• heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 07:17 PM
    They're also skeered of Russian. Especially written cyrillics.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 07:00 PM
    I wonder if the OP knows that the FFs he worships had their own definition and understanding of Federalism that has little to do with his copypasta....
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  • Conza88's Avatar
    Today, 06:09 PM
    Yeah, you clearly didn't understand it. I didn't see any "state" mentioned specifically in that excerpt of yours; aye? Put down the pitchfork. Who is granting the state rights? :rolleyes:
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  • dannno's Avatar
    Today, 05:17 PM
    Tradewave runs his botscripts and connects up to exchanges to trade your BTC automatically. Pres has free botscripts available to run on tradwave, but you still have to pay tradewave to run the scripts, I think it's like $14/mo for up to $1k in equity and not sure what the other price levels are. Then if you want the better script that makes better trades, you have to do a 90 day lease on the script (prices above). Add the costs together based on the equity and you can see how much you will make in the longrun based on the history. There is some setup involved, it's not terribly complicated but more than some may be able to handle without assistance. I may get back into it now that BTC looks like it is going to be making some moves.. I was using the free version and paying $14/mo for tradewave a while back when it was mostly flat-lining and it wasn't doing a whole lot for me, but when it starts making moves it can help make some good trades.
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  • Bryan's Avatar
    Today, 03:03 PM
    There are a lot of people hot on this issue.. the 2016 race... on both sides. I don't see him as bashing all liberty supporters, just fighting on his point of view. While the site does not support Trump, and for well established reasons, I also see it as a failure to have the site be an echo chamber of bashing on the lowest common denomination. It doesn't help anyone intellectually. We need our positions to be solid against criticism. Without this, if you develop your talking points from an echo chamber you'll get destroyed once you leave the walls of the echo chamber. So discussion on the issues is valid, even if that means defending wrong information for someone we don't support. Also consider, different people have different MOs for why they support a candidate, for most here there is some strategy. Some will agree with that and some not.
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  • Bryan's Avatar
    Today, 02:47 PM
    Well, I certainly disagree with that, which part of this is irrelevant? http://www.ronpaulforums.com/content.php?1957 (Link to Mission Statement) Thanks.
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  • Bryan's Avatar
    Today, 02:38 PM
    Bossobass has been a strong liberty fighter for a long time. We obviously disagree on the Trump issue but we can still be amicable on matters. So long as people stick with the guidelines they are welcome here. The guidelines include not promoting non-supportive candidates but we can still rationally breakdown issues and the news cycle for everyone to get a better focus on current events. (Not just addressing erowe1). Thanks.
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  • Bryan's Avatar
    Today, 02:31 PM
    Let's please keep this civil. I think Bossobass first post here was sarcasm to spin some common talking points. Things work best by sticking to a logical discussions of the issues but at least, stick with the guidelines, see my sig. Thanks.
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  • dannno's Avatar
    Today, 02:17 PM
    He's actually the most informative and well-researched podcasters on the internet. I don't always agree with him, but by shutting him out completely you are doing yourself an enormous disservice. There are a lot of lies and bullshit out there about Stef, I've run into quite a lot by anti-Stef posters on this site. These people tend to have very low reasoning skills or are very uninformed.
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  • dannno's Avatar
    Today, 02:08 PM
    That's fine, I'm not a big fan of a border fence either. I prefer getting rid of entitlements, that is a much better solution. That is the solution Ron Paul prefers, that is the solution Stefan prefers, I think that is the solution we all prefer. Ron Paul had this principled stance that he was tired of the government expanding to fix problems that they themselves created. He saw the wall as government expansion to fix a problem they created through entitlements, hence the principled stand he took against it. However, Ron Paul was FOR a HUMAN WALL at the border, but the catch was we didn't have to expand government - we could use the troops who are overseas killing people and put them at the border, kill two birds with one stone so to speak.. The reason a lot of people want to see the wall built is because they know the government won't get rid of entitlements but they know they might be able to get them to build a wall or fence. So they are being a little more realistic than Ron Paul on this one. The other issue with Ron Paul's position is that by allowing more people in, we will be expanding government even more than if we just built the damn fence because they will be voting for socialist policies.
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  • dannno's Avatar
    Today, 01:43 PM
    If this kinda shit keeps up, Trump will destroy the poll numbers on election day.
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  • dannno's Avatar
    Today, 11:54 AM
    Excision concert, next town over?
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 11:29 AM
    Almost. In "serious" places like airports and such it was best to make sure there was an orange tip on the end of the barell so everyone knew it was a toy. Even back in the 80s and 90s airport screeners didn't know the difference between cap guns/some water guns and real guns, so they had to be shown to the screener. True story.
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  • dannno's Avatar
    Today, 11:23 AM
    Of gold and silver?
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  • dannno's Avatar
    Today, 11:10 AM
    Do I get a lube offer?? I prefer all natural/organic, but I'll take whatever I can get as long as it's non-synthetic.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 10:25 AM
    We must not question them. They're brave soliders who feared for their lives, obviously. Be a Good American(TM) and recognize their Heroism Under Stress(TM), comrade.
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  • Conza88's Avatar
    Today, 08:30 AM
    Yes. Meh. Good for speculators for being treated well in a sense. See; JT's review.
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    Today, 08:28 AM
    The pre-1914 world saw no immigration issues or policies, and no real border controls. Instead, there was free movement in the real sense; there were no questions asked, people were treated respectfully and one did not even need official documents to enter or leave a country. This all changed with the First World War, after which states seem to compete with having the least humane view on foreigners seeking refuge within its territory.The “immigration policies” of modern states is yet another licensing scheme of the 20th century: the state has enforced licensing of movement. It is virtually impossible to move across the artificial boundaries of the state’s territory in the search for opportunity, love, or work; one needs a state-issued license to move one’s body, be it across a river, over a mountain or through a forest. The Berlin Wall may be gone, but the basic principle of it lives and thrives. Yet the immigration issue seems to be somewhat of a divide within libertarianism, with two seemingly conflicting views on how to deal with population growth through immigration. On the one hand, it is not possible as a libertarian to support a regulated immigration policy, since government itself is never legitimate. This is the somewhat classical libertarian standpoint on immigration: open borders. On the other hand, the theory of natural rights and, especially, private property rights tells us anyone could move anywhere — but they need first to purchase their own piece of land on which to live or obtain necessary permission from the owner. Otherwise immigration becomes a violation of property rights, a trespass. This is an interpretation of a libertarian-principled immigration policy presented by Hans-Hermann Hoppe a few years ago, which since then has gained increasing recognition and support. I intend to show that the libertarian idea is as powerful as we claim, and that there is no reason we should not be able to reach consensus in the immigration issue. Both sides in this debate, the anti-government-policy as well as the pro-private-property, somehow fail to realize there is no real contradiction in their views. The anti-government-policy immigration standpoint (or, the open borders argument) and the pro-private-property ditto are two sides of a coin; their respective proponents have simply fallen prey to the devil in the details. Let’s go through the main arguments of both camps, and see to their respective strengths and weaknesses, and I’ll show you how this is true. We must not forget libertarianism is not a teleological dogma striving for a certain end; it rather sees individual freedom and rights as the natural point of departure for a just society. When people are truly free, whatever will be will be. Hence, the question is not what the effects of a certain immigration policy would be, but whether there should be one at all.
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  • Conza88's Avatar
    Today, 08:19 AM
    I literally cannot fathom this. He did NOT speak nicely of Ron back in the day; and he was always dismissive. He was literally incapable of seeing Ron's nuanced approach; that his real goal was education first & foremost: Stefan was guilty of the purist deviation fallacy. I haven't been listening / paying attention to him or his podcasts for about a year. What did I miss? How on earth has it gone all Trumptard?
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    Today, 03:40 AM
    He's whatever you want him to be, bae.....
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  • Bryan's Avatar
    Today, 01:09 AM
    Pointing out reality isn't a downer. All IMO... for some people, you can't complete. Most others aren't going to turn on a dime, it can nominally take around six months or more for someone to go from getting a seed of liberty and turning it into a new world outlook. Within that six months there is a lot of person reflection, withdraw from past ties, leaning new things and then starting to articulate new views. One key is to recognize when you are just planning seeds that you need to accept that you are doing just that, don't expect the quick change. Otherwise, there are a lot of do's and don'ts to this; another major topic. These things are doable for most people, and it's the people that are important, the vessel comes after that. While working towards it, I understand the scope of the problem, so it's in mind. The key however, is that it has to be planned for, and it's why we need better plans. The Liberty Blueprint is just the first layer of plans.
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