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    Today, 10:11 AM
    The greater problem is the dictatorial powers themselves that have been bestowed on the presidency. The greater issue is that no one should wield such power, not simply which popularity contestant gets to wield those powers. Unfortunately the bulk of the people upset with either Trump or his predecessors, dont' oppose these dictatorial powers, they simply want a different dictator. James Bovard on the presidential dictatorship: Donald Trump Didn't Create Danger of Presidential Dictatorship, HE INHERITED IT! Many people are denouncing Donald Trump as a dictator. But the real problem in this nation is the dictatorial illiteracy that has allowed modern presidents to commandeer far too much power. … Many of the experts who have condemned Trump are also clueless about how far federal control has stretched. … violating the Constitution is practically the job description for modern presidents. It was George W. Bush’s White House, not Trump, that asserted a “commander-in-chief override” entitling presidents to ignore the law and the Bill of Rights. Congress utterly failed to thwart that outrageous claim.
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    Today, 08:21 AM
    Customs and Border Protection is returning a Kentucky man's truck, more than two years after it was seized because Border Patrol officers found five bullets in the truck's center console. In September 2015, Customs officers seized the pickup truck belonging to Gerardo Serrano after they found the bullets when he attempted to cross the border into Mexico. The agency maintained that the bullets were “munitions of war” and that transporting them to Mexico was illegal. Serrano says he simply forgot that he left the small ammunition magazine in his truck's center console. Serrano, who holds a concealed carry permit, did not have a gun or any other weapons with him at the time. Customs never officially charged Serrano with a crime. They never gave him a day in court to fight the allegations against him. But they held on to his truck anyway, under the controversial practice of civil asset forfeiture, … Serrano opted to challenge the seizure, paying a required bond of $4,000 — 10 percent of the truck's value — to do so. But two years after the initial seizure, Customs had still not granted Serrano a hearing. They were still holding on to a truck that he was making loan, registration and insurance payments on.
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    Yesterday, 06:17 PM
    Leave it to the Zippy to spread false information. As if that would make it OK even were it true. However Zippy's assertion is just more disinformation. It is completely false. (A link to the full text of the actual bill is below.) Zippy's link to the article is not good as a subscription is required, so have to rely on zippy's quote. Zippy quotes that "only two foreign companies are affected". Maybe only two foreign companies have been placed on the blacklist so far, but the statute does not limit itself to only "foreign companies." The statute applies to all companies, partnerships, sole-proprietorships, LLCs, associations, organizations, etc. The comptroller may have only identified two foreign companies so far as boycotters, and thus forbidden them from any state contracts, but every company anywhere in the world is forbidden from any Texas state contracts unless they certify they don't and won't participate in the boycott. It is an ominous chilling effect and a serious affront to free speech and thought. Further, even what Zippy does quote provides serious reason for concern,"Senate sponsor Brandon Creighton, R-Conroe, said he is confident the law will act as a deterrent going forward. 'We are not only talking about businesses today, but also tomorrow,' he said in a statement. 'Should any think about changing strategies to boycott Israel, maybe they will think twice.'”
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    Yesterday, 05:43 PM
    "Truth is treason in the Empire of Lies" - Dr. Ron Paul, Revolution, A Manifesto
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    Yesterday, 04:53 PM
    The Intercept Exposes Texas Thought Control Policy: To Get Hurricane Rebuilding Contracts, Texas Contractors Must Pledge Not to Boycott Israel If You’re a Texan looking to rebuild in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, you’d better not boycott Israel. … If you’re confused why the two things are related, look to a bill that Texas’s Republican Gov. Greg Abbott signed into law in July. House Bill 89 prohibits the state from entering into contract with a business unless it “does not boycott Israel; and will not boycott Israel during the term of the contract.” The law applies even to businesses that would refuse to buy products made in illegal Israeli settlements on Palestinian land — as it defines Israel as both Israel proper and “Israeli-controlled territory.” … check out a sample application :
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    Yesterday, 10:12 AM
    Good Judge Napolitano predicts indictments based on the new 2800 emails, if investigation reopened.
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    Yesterday, 10:08 AM
    25 micrograms to .5 micrograms is a divide by 50, not 500. Even at .5 micrograms, that equal 1.5 x 10^14 molecules of mercury for Tdap ( or 150,000,000,000,000 molecules). That is a tiny amount, but still a far cry away from just "a few molecules" . But of course this is a red herring by Zip because the OP pertains to fraudulent research used by the CDC to justify the concentrations in mercury in the prior vaccines, not current. The report in the OP refers to the fraudulent studies the CDC used to previously tout the injection of mercury into the body as safe. Those studies pertained to the prior vaccines, not the current ones. At the time of that fraudulent research, Tdap vaccines contained at least 25 micrograms of mercury per dose. At the scheduled three doses during infancy that was 75 micrograms of mercury injected during infancy just from Tdap vaccines alone.
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    10-18-2017, 09:06 PM
    AZJoe replied to a thread Catalonia in World News & Affairs
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    10-18-2017, 08:38 PM
    According to the FDA, a .5 ml dose of vaccine contains 25 micrograms of mercury. There are 3x10^21 molecules of mercury per gram. 25 micrograms then equals 7.5 x 10^15 molecules of mercury. Just a tiny tad more than "a few molecules".
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    10-18-2017, 07:51 PM Deputy has panic attack and starts shooting at non-existent phantom threats. "Deputy Justin Johnson did not mention the panic attack in his report on the December 2016 incident, and he remains on active duty, court records show. Brian Keith Mullinax, 41, and his girlfriend, Tina Carrie Jo Cody, 37, spent 42 days in jail on felony charges, accused of causing what was described in court statements as a "panic attack" From Free Thought Project:
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    10-18-2017, 10:23 AM
    From James Rickards: These efforts are always portrayed in the most favorable light. Private parties talk about convenience and lower costs. Governments talk about putting pressure on tax cheats, terrorists and criminals. Governments always use money laundering, drug dealing and terrorism as an excuse to keep tabs on honest citizens and deprive them of the ability to use money alternatives such as physical cash and gold. But the so-called “cashless society” is just a Trojan horse for a system in which all financial wealth is electronic and represented digitally in the records of a small number of megabanks and asset managers. Once that is achieved, it will be easy for state power to seize and freeze the wealth, or subject it to constant surveillance, taxation and other forms of digital confiscation. The war on cash has two main thrusts. …1)make it difficult to obtain cash in the first place. U.S. banks will report anyone taking more than $3,000 in cash as engaging in a “suspicious activity” using Treasury Form SAR (Suspicious Activity Report). … 2) eliminate large-denomination banknotes. …
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    10-18-2017, 10:09 AM
    From Business Insider: The shots fired by governments to fight its war on cash may have several unintended casualties: 1. Privacy Cashless transactions would always include some intermediary or third-party. Increased government access to personal transactions and records. Certain types of transactions (gambling, etc.) could be barred or frozen by governments. Decentralized cryptocurrency could be an alternative for such transactions
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    10-18-2017, 10:08 AM
    The War on Cash, banning cash = To monitor and record every transaction; to monitor your behavior; to observe where you go, who you donate to, who you associate with; what businesses and organizations you patronize; what you buy; what you own; your patterns and behaviors and preferences; how much you save … To maximize collection of fees, fines and taxes, simply impose fees and skim them right off of every transaction To exercise total control: the ability to shut down any business, bank account, credit line; or all transactions. When all cash is gone and the computer says you’ve been frozen, every transaction is declined, how do you buy or sell or save? Provides the mechanism to prevent the common people from the ability to escape the ravages of mass inflation when it occurs by freezing, limiting how much or stopping altogether the conversion of electronic currency by purchasing hard assets such as gold or silver.
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    10-18-2017, 07:58 AM
    AZJoe replied to a thread War Quotes in Grassroots Central
    A Vietnam Veteran's take on war from Though being ex-military with two combat tours in Vietnam (5th Special Forces Gp) and having a 60% VA disability to show for it) and two sons as military combat pilots I’ve belatedly come to the conclusion that no war we’ve ever engaged in ever settled anything for the better. The Civil War left this nation with psychic which persist to this day. WW I brought about the successful birth of Russian communism, which begat WW II, Red China, the Korean War, Vietnam, the Cold War, the idiotic Gulf War (which allowed us to congratulate ourselves over our ability to beat the hell out of a bunch of helpless camel-jockeys), and gave birth to the state of Israel, which has been stirring up trouble in the Middle East ever since and might well precipitate WW III. Our nation had long periods of no significant standing armies at all – from our own revolution to the Civil War, and thereafter until WW I the US had nothing but Western frontier troops, and after WW I until WW II we had little but underfunded nominal military forces. It wasn’t until the Korean War that we began maintaining a permanent standing military, which allowed us to leap into Vietnam, a bottomless quagmire, which we finally left, disillusioned, exhausted, and finally humiliated by a bunch of bandy-legged little rice-farmers, a ridiculous war in which success or failure was tallied by the “body-count.”
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    10-18-2017, 07:47 AM
    Insider Trading: Not only did MGM CEO and Chairman James Murren dump 450,000 shares, but MGM officers and directors, dumped $200 million of shares in a one week period in September. Contrary to Zippy's options theory, less than 1 % of these sales were options according to the SEC insider transactions reports. There was also heavy dumping of MGM shares by insiders more than six months ago as well, but the one week of dumping by insiders in September was massive. During the same time period there was no similar dumping by insiders at Wynn Resorts or LVS Sands resorts as both had steady and continuous net accumulations by insiders.
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    10-18-2017, 07:23 AM
    MGM CEO and Chairman, James Murren, sits on the National Infrastructure Advisory Council for the the Department of Homeland Security as well as trustee for the Brookings Institute. “The National Infrastructure Advisory Council is tasked with providing the president with advice on the “security of the critical infrastructure sectors and their information systems.”
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    10-17-2017, 08:51 PM
    Nine shareholders in Uranium One just happened to provide more than $145 million in donations to the Clinton Foundation in the run-up to State Department approval. The Clintons took the cash from Uranium One officials before the deal was approved by Hillary Clinton’s State Department. The Clintons hid the donations which is a clear violation of the Memorandum of Understanding Hillary Clinton signed with the Obama administration wherein she promised and agreed to publicly disclose all donations during her tenure as Secreatary of State. … Sara Carter of Circa News interviewed Victoria Toensing, a lawyer for the FBI informant. The FBI informant was actually threatened by the Obama administration for speaking out about the corruption he witnessed while he was providing information. Toensing said her client “is not only afraid of the Russian people, but he is afraid of the US government because of the threats the Obama administration made against him.”
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    10-17-2017, 08:23 PM
    Excerpts from former Miramax screenwriter Scott Rosenberg's Facebook post, whose mentor was Weinstein throughout the 1990's and early 2000's: So, yeah, I was there. And let me tell you one thing. Let’s be perfectly clear about one thing: Everybody-fucking-knew. Not that he was raping. No, that we never heard. But we were aware of a certain pattern of overly-aggressive behavior that was rather dreadful. We knew about the man’s hunger; his fervor; his appetite.
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