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    Gun Free Zones!!! Turn in your guns! Incompetent "Amazing Leadership" Sheriff Israel is on the job to protect you.
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    Today, 01:08 PM
    So the inept Sheriff Israel claims "protection" by law enforcement is a civil right, by that proclamation incompetent Sheriff Israel is admitting he just violated all those students civil rights.
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    Today, 01:03 PM
    These school shootings seem to all have 3 common elements: "public" school gun free zone psych meds
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    Today, 12:59 PM
    Now the incompetent Sheriff Scott Israel needs to resign.
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    Today, 07:20 AM
    Except for your issues with them, they're really great; So you should change your avatar to their pictures. Or must they commit mass murder and totalitarianism to be worthy of such? If only they could be more like Che - the poster child of libertarianism.
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    Yesterday, 06:46 AM
    So who punked the USA women's Skating Team? 961457437399162880
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    A $trillion here, and a $trillion there, and pretty soon you're talking about some real money.
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    02-23-2018, 06:03 PM
    For those of you interested in the study of strategy, Serpents and Doves by James Loriega is a worthwhile read. He draws parallels between the strategic thinking of shinobijutsu (what Hollywood calls "ninjutsu") and the writings of Baltasar Gracian, a 17th century Jesuit philosopher. Gracian was an astute observer of human relations, as the opening line of his 13th Aphorism demonstrates: It can be purchased here: http://www.lulu.com/shop/james-loriega/serpents-and-doves-the-shinobi-wisdom-of-baltasar-gracian/paperback/product-23384676.html I have no financial interest whatsoever in this volume, in case anyone was wondering. Have a good weekend and don't do anything I wouldn't do.
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    02-22-2018, 05:48 PM
    Washington Latest Election Meddling/Regime Change Color Revolution: Confirmed US Interference in Thailand's Upcoming elections Washington is attempting to rush elections in Thailand in hopes of returning their proxy Thaksin Shinawatra and his Pheu Thai Party (PTP) to power. ... the United States government through the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) is funding media organisations like Prachatai which promote daily protests and demands for immediate elections. ... Supposed rights advocates like Fortify Rights (page 20, .pdf), iLaw, Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR), Cross Cultural Foundation, Thai Netizen Network and Isaan Record are also all funded by the US government via NED and have not only contributed toward attempts to manufacture dissent, but have also led small protests in the streets themselves ... US-funded TLHR has repeatedly led anti-government protests demanding elections while concurrently representing fellow protesters in court cases, calling into question the supposed impartiality his organisation claims to represent. Protesting alongside Nampa are members of Thaksin Shinawatra’s own street front, the United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD) also known as red shirts. ... The UDD red shirts have committed serial acts of violence and terrorism including gunning down two shopkeepers while committing widespread arson and looting in 2009, the use of some 300 heavily armed militants during protests in 2010 which led to nearly 100 deaths and also ended in widespread arson and looting, bombings including that of a Bangkok hospital and a terrorist campaign aimed at anti-Shinawatra protesters in 2014 that left nearly 30 dead.With the reemergence of Shinawatra’s red shirts on the streets, observers have warned that violence is imminent. ...
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    02-22-2018, 05:10 PM
    Justin Raimondo weighs in on Mad Hatter Mueller The indictment handed down by Robert Mueller against 13 Russians connected to the Internet Research Agency, a Russian-owned- and- operated clickbait farm, is the capstone of my case that we have indeed entered Bizarro World, an alternate universe where up is down, black is white and truth is a ridiculous falsehood. Yes, I said clickbait farm – because that’s precisely what the Internet Research Agency (IRA) is … as pointed out here, is a money-making operation. Mueller seems to acknowledge this … “Defendants and their co-conspirators also used the accounts to receive money from real U.S. persons in exchange for posting promotions and advertisements on the ORGANIZATION-controlled social media pages. Defendants and their coconspirators typically charged certain US merchants and US social media sites between 25 and 50 US dollars per post for promotional content on their popular false US persona accounts” … they focused on “hot button” issues – precisely the sort of thing intended to attract visits and make money for the creators via ads. This business model has been widely utilized by enterprising Macedonian teenagers and others out to make a quick buck … The IRA, like other clickbait operations, isn’t really about politics … it’s about making money for it owners. Period. As the Moon of Alabama blogger points out … a fairly profitable business – not a state-run “disinformation” project, but rather good old free enterprise. … What I want to know is this: what in the name of all that’s holy does Robert Mueller think he’s doing? Is he just plain ignorant of the internet and how it works – or is he mocking us? His “indictment” is nothing but a joke. And as for the hysterics … these people need to be heavily sedated. …
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    02-22-2018, 06:41 AM
    Dermokratiya, USA twenty years ago, the United States launched an … interference campaign to ensure Boris Yeltsin’s reelection. … the Americans supported Yeltsin in body and spirit … American influence in Russia was so openly acknowledged. The public record shows clear points of direct American coordination, collusion, and action in Yeltsin’s favor. … the United States interfered … to advance its foreign policy goals. “e thought it was imperative that Yeltsin win, or that someone like Yeltsin win in June of 1996, in order to continue the reform process,” recalled Thomas Graham, the chief political analyst at the US embassy in Moscow in 1996. “This was a classic case of the ends justifying the means, and we did get the result that we wanted.” … American democratic mantras are often thinly disguised rhetoric that promote US power. … Throughout the 1990s, the IMF, the US Agency for International Development (USAID), and other American and European sources poured tens of billions of dollars into Russia. USAID had funneled over $40.4 million in noncompetitive grants through Harvard University’s Institute for International Development (HIID) by June 1996 … HIID created and financed NGOs that led seminars and distributed materials on how to run Western-style campaigns and elections.
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    02-22-2018, 05:48 AM
    Highlights of the OP speech, courtesy of Schiffgold: “The economy has not improved under Trump. We don’t have a booming economy. … Trump keeps telling us we have a booming economy, but nothing is booming.” “When Donald Trump was a candidate for president, he said that the unemployment numbers were phony. They were fake. They were a fraud. They were a con. He said the real unemployment rate is 30%, 40%. Now, every time there is an unemployment number that comes out, he’s tweeting about how great it is we have this record low unemployment and we should all give him credit for it.” “Now, the tax cuts, are they going to grow the economy? No! Because they didn’t cut government spending. See, you don’t get government for nothing. Taxes pay for government. But if you cut taxes and you don’t cut government, how do you pay for that government?” “I believe the debt and inflation we have to create to finance the tax cuts will be a bigger drag on the economy than the tax cuts are a boost.” …
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    02-22-2018, 05:43 AM
    Zippy's schtick is making things up, and responding without watching the video, and irrationally concluding that because something has not yet occurred, it will never occur despite all underlying fundamentals, logic and mathematics to the contrary. Notice Zippy does not address Schiff's actual analysis, he simply says the predictions are wrong because they have not come true yet. That's like saying the engineer who points out the bridge is infested with termites and will eventually collapse must certainly be wrong because the bridge has not collapsed yet. Just ignore the termites and keep papering over the bridge and using that bridge. Ignore logic and mathematics. Because it hasn't collapsed yet, means it will go on forever. That's the Zippy analysis. Schiff does not predict dates, only the direction and inevitable consequences from the fundamentals. He is spot on on the fundamentals. He does express surprise that the phony party charade continues on as long as it does. Eventually, however the inevitable consequences do catch up. So Zippy thinks Schiff's speech in the OP is wrong? Zippy's contra position is therefore that the economy is just wonderful, and its all thanks to Trump, deficits are great, we can keep exploding the debt in perpetuity with no consequences, everyone just gets richer, shifting high wage jobs to lower wage service sector employment is just wonderful, while corporate earnings are stagnant at best or falling and P/E ratios are sky high but stocks are still a good bargain and everyone should still keep buying into this bubble peak. Leave it to the Zippy. The debt hasn't gotten any smaller - just grown and at faster and faster rates. Deficit spending continues and grows. The economy has not gotten better, despite the MSM cons. Yes the stock market has bubble. They attempted to re-inflate the bubble, and they succeeded. The folks at the high end of the wealth spectrum with first access to new money have done well - the bankers, wealthy investors, MIC getting first dibs on the government deficit spending new money. But what of the common people? Expenses have gone up. Wages are stagnant. the unemployment numbers are manipulated and phony. The jobs that have been created are lower wage (many part-time) service sector replacing higher wage manufacturing and others. How is that good economy.
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    02-22-2018, 05:08 AM
    What does that chart look like?
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    02-21-2018, 07:45 PM
    I dropped Bibi at the airport - back to Beijing for another week. On the way home, an ad comes on a local station: a woman's trembling voice going on about a bill in WV that would allow adults to carry firearms on college campuses. You had to hear this circus-like nonsense - how ANYONE can snap and how we must band together to stop the coming Eville(tm), lest the world come flying apart. It was amusing to hear the voice go on about protecting our "grandchildren". How many small children attend college these days? It was droll and nauseating all at once. WV is arguably the most singularly gun-friendly state in the union. Hearing this nonsense struck me as indicative of the so-called "left's" desperation driving them to acts of even greater rampaging idiocy. Has anyone in other states been hearing similar appeals to terror, the likely product of people making sure not to allow perfectly good tragedies involving murdered children to go to waste?
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    02-21-2018, 05:19 PM
    ZeroHedge review: The former director of the FBI has assembled a "dream team" of investigators for his Special Counsel probe and concluded that 13 Russians and 3 entities tried to meddle in the election after an entire year of investigation. Those efforts had zero impact on the election Facebook's VP of ads is on record saying "I have seen all of the Russian ads and I can say very definitively that swaying the election was *NOT* the main goal" The same FB Exec noted that most of the ads were purchased after the election. Suggesting that the real, underlying narrative is one of US media propaganda, he was then made to walk back his comments and apologize for his "uncleared thoughts" CNN is rooting around in the trash outside the troll farm.
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    02-20-2018, 09:14 PM
    While Mueller and the Mainstream Media refuse to show the actual notorious click-bait ads that supposedly were targeted to control the election, now we know why they are suppressing the key central evidence. Here is one of the frightfully "dangerous" actual click-bait ads that the media wont show you, supposedly designed to control the outcome of an entire election and destroy the American electoral process: Here it is - one of the Facebook ads that swung the election
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    02-20-2018, 08:00 PM
    America’s Election Meddling Would Indeed Justify Other Countries Retaliating In Kind There is still no clear proof that the Russian government interfered with the 2016 U.S. election in any meaningful way. Which is weird, because Russia and every other country on earth would be perfectly justified in doing so. Former CIA Director James Woolsey admitting on national television that the United States routinely meddles in other countries’ elections. … Mueller’s indictment of 13 Russian social media trolls was paraded around as proof of something hugely significant (an “act of war” in this case), but on closer examination turns out to be empty. … there is in fact no evidence that the troll farming operation was an attempt to manipulate the U.S. election, nor indeed that it had any ties to the Russian government at all, nor indeed that it was anything other than a crafty Russian civilian’s money making scheme.
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    02-20-2018, 07:29 PM
    Israel Arming at Least Seven Syrian Rebel Groups Israel’s mounting interest in Syria’s War, and in particular in picking fights with the Assad government, Iran, and any other Shi’ite factions in the country, have included reports by analysts of a growing amount of Israeli arms and ammunition flowing across the border for rebels. ...
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    02-20-2018, 07:08 AM
    So a tiny handful of private individuals are accused of trolling and the entire system of government in US of A is in jeopardy of crumbling down. But all would is Ok if a government poured billions of dollars of funding into NGO's to sponsor a color revolution regime change in the USA, and perhaps official foreign diplomats went onto the streets of Washington DC to hand out cookies and pastries and give encouragement to protesters attempting to overthrow the US government. , and the official foreign diplomats were caught on a recorded call deciding the next leader of the USA even before the coup is complete (Like Washington's actions in Ukraine). Now that would be totally fine behavior. But hey, a tiny handful of private individuals "trolling" on the internet - the world is coming to an end.
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    02-20-2018, 06:55 AM
    Mueller's "ham sandwich: Indictment a Hail Mary Attempt to Divert Focus from FBI/DOJ Felonies Robert Mueller’s Friday night indictment-spree, is a flagrant and infuriating attempt to divert attention from the damning revelations in the Nunes memo (and the Graham-Grassley “criminal referral”) which prove that senior-level officials at the FBI and DOJ were engaged in an expansive conspiracy to subvert the presidential elections ... Think about what’s Mueller is really up to: He’s not just moving the goalposts, he’s loading them onto a spaceship and putting them on another planet. Where’s the evidence that Russia hacked the DNC computers and stole their emails? Where’s the proof that members of the Trump campaign colluded with Russia? That’s what we want to know, not whether some goofy Russian troll was spreading false information on Facebook. That has nothing to do with the original charges. It’s just politically-motivated gibberish that proves Mueller has nothing to support his case. ... “The third thing to say about the indictment – and a point which has been almost universally overlooked in all the feverish commentary about it – is that it makes no claim that the Russian government was in any way involved in any of the activities of the persons indicted. Nowhere in the indictment is the Russian government or any official of the Russian government or any agency of the Russian government mentioned at all. Nor at any point in the indictment is it suggested ... if there was, you can bet that Mueller would have exploited it for all it’s worth. ... The more reasonable explanation is that the hackers were trying to make a little dough on “pageviews or clicks” rather than trying to persuade voters ...
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