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    Yesterday, 12:09 PM
    Can freedom exist without independence? --------------------------- But muh consumption!
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    12-09-2018, 04:20 PM
    Tucker would have been the guy making the argument that 9/11 was a result of our government meddling in Middle Eastern affairs to elicit a response from people who hate us. He walked out of Rally for the Republic because of people who tried to make some amateurish scientific argument that burning jet fuel somehow won't weaken metal, or that the people on those planes never existed. Practically no one back then was (publicly) going with Ron Paul's rather sensible concept of "blowback"—which would have put the focus on foreign policy, and Tucker just didn't want to be associated with the other nonsense. Recorded with a potato: You'll need to turn your volume up. Kind of a lewd comment in there though, so don't watch it at work I guess. Tucker seemed like the cordial one, the truthers came across as pushy.
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    11-30-2018, 03:57 PM
    Oh there's one-sided propaganda alright. The left loses an election and the entirety of the world's media outlets pounce on the victors. Maybe it's you that can't imagine what it's like to try to look past it.
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    11-30-2018, 07:07 AM
    Where were these people, who are outraged about the future of the rainforests, when the Worker's Party was selling off chunks of land to China? Hmmm?
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    11-27-2018, 11:27 AM
    That was before Bolsonaro, yes? It's retarded that you are even posting this stuff since it actually makes the people who came before Bolsonaro (the socialists who ran the country into the ground) look worse. Look at the dates. China Gobbles Amazon Rainforest Ore to Clean Polluted Skies <--- That's before Bolsonaro. Of course, it's only a story now because the leftists are upset they lost an election.
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    11-27-2018, 07:07 AM
    Well, if you want to debate the pitfalls of having a currency based on debt, you're in for a boring debate because we'll agree more than we disagree. :) Still, FRNs seem to be enough to motivate people to show up to work every day, AND to buy stuff with them. I don't know if the fundamentals there would be much different if we had a real currency backed by something of value. I think consumerism is a way to mask the problem though. The new "opiate of the masses." You say it is production, but I disagree simply based on the fact that almost all trade and tax policy over the last century has been geared towards punishing productivity and encouraging consumption. We ushered in the income tax and shunned things like tariffs. Something fishy about that, IMO. There's enough suspicion there to keep me from jumping on the "free trade" bandwagon. Seems to be a bit of a rat race against the shenanigans of the Fed, to find cheaper labor and cheaper garbage before anyone gets wise. I don't believe libertarian free-marketers are in on the deception, but I do think they might want to take a look at who is standing behind them and nodding their heads in agreement.
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    11-27-2018, 06:54 AM
    I see what you did there.:D
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    11-26-2018, 09:23 AM
    You're the one saying it's okay to benefit from the Chinese system. But you hate it. So which is it? The era of illusion that we can just flip burgers for each other and call it a strong economy is coming to an end. We're gonna start producing again. Working again. Gaining wealth again. If you want to sit at home and complain that there's no more cheap steel coming from a country that has suicide nets around their buildings, go right ahead. But there's a lot of opportunity right now for people who will take advantage of it.
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    11-26-2018, 05:19 AM
    Apparently, so was the Chinese industry. That's why their economy is collapsing right now. Of course, this would have never been realized if we hadn't elected a president who was gonna fight back in a trade war that's been raging on one side for decades. Otherwise the illusion would have just continued on it's merry way.
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    11-26-2018, 05:12 AM
    Or gaining wealth from production. But why is it only viewed from the consumer's standpoint? No one ever got rich by consuming. Production creates wealth. If consumption creates wealth then people drowning in credit card debt must be living the dream. That's what's so frustrating about the whole debate. As long as people get cheap crap, no one really cares what happens to the producers, The entrepreneurs, The workers. We've gone from one extreme to the other since the days of Smoot-Hawley protectionism, to this new-age notion that you don't actually have to work hard or risk anything to increase your lot in life, and being able to buy a bunch of junk = wealth(?).
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    11-25-2018, 04:56 PM
    Again, it's really like we're trying to force people to see that they're affected, but despite the claims, the apocalypse isn't likely to happen. Quite the contrary. American lumber companies might see opportunity where none existed before. American steel/aluminum producers as well. Just because there are tariffs, does not mean the laws of supply/demand cease to exist and people just give up meeting demand. It is a smaller market, yes, but if your mind is geared more towards production than worshiping at the altar of consumerism, then it's a great time to open a steel plant or harvest some trees. Instead of freaking out over 'where'd muh cheap crap go?', the attitude has shifted towards "I smell money." I'd say that's a much healthier attitude for Americans to have.
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    11-25-2018, 02:36 PM
    The problem with trying to convince people "tariffs are taxes" is that you're only going to convince people who consume, specifically those who consume foreign goods. You aren't likely to convince the savers, investors, or producers, who see themselves largely unaffected by these tariffs. Those folks have been getting the shit-end of the stick for decades. Cutting income (productivity) taxes and taxing consumption is sort of a reversal of what we've seen, where government has seemingly geared all trade and tax policy towards increasing dependency and encouraging slothfulness. It's by design, I'm sure. A proud, independent, self-sustainable people cannot be easily controlled, but if you can scare them into believing they'll lack shiny new trinkets to buy with their food stamps and credit card debt . . . well, this seems to be the narrative of the MSM. I wonder why. The idea that not being able to consume, consume, consume is gonna crash our economy all seems very Keynesian to me.
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    11-23-2018, 02:08 PM
    If these people were as passionate about fixing their own government as they are about forcing their way into the USA, they could be back in Honduras living like kings.
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    11-23-2018, 12:56 AM
    here is Franklin's first appearance....yes obviously Sgt.Charles Schulz of the armored division that served in 1943 in Europe against the axis was so fkn racist.....stupid people nowdays, I swear they need to get over their OWN RACE,and look at the history in context,and art work in context. the defamation and disrespect of this generation is unrepairable. maybe they ought to actually protest rap music with the N word, because its B SH IT
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    11-23-2018, 12:54 AM
    here is Franklin's first appearance....yes obviously Sgt.Charles Schulz of the armored division that served in 1943 in Europe against the axis was so fkn racist.....stupid people nowdays, I swear they need to get over their OWN RACE,and look at the history in context,and art work in context.
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    11-23-2018, 12:48 AM
    some people never get OVER themselves. like ever????How many centuries must it take? Charlie Brown was ahead of its time, and do people really think desegregation magically made society integrate? FFS desegregation still has repercussions because of young people not knowing history, and thinking they can be better than their own parents or grandparents, often making themselves WORSE.
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    11-23-2018, 12:42 AM
    oh please. No one in their right mind would even TRY to compete for that job because its undercut . most of the trade skills in arizona are undercut now, if an honest worker wanted to make a living, no one will pay that person their time and value because you have half ass shit services ready to undercut them by 60 percent sometimes. Flooring for instance.........guys who do specialize should be paid 3-4 dollars per square foot, but illegal immigrants undercut at 1 dollar per square foot. how? they shack up together, thats how familys on familys they can undercut that way,and its what really goes down in the ghettos. so when farmers want to pay american workers 8 dollars an hour, they are morons.
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    11-22-2018, 04:45 PM
    We have too much food. That sucks. I wonder how China is doing.
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    11-22-2018, 12:57 PM
    You would think the trends for mail-ins would mimic the in-person votes.
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    11-22-2018, 01:02 AM
    I tried being a libertarian but I got burnt out on the purity tests. Not much different than liberal behavior, where you step out of line and get dog-piled. Sorry if that ruffles some feathers but it's just what I've observed over the last decade, and frankly it's tiresome. I believe what I believe. Most of it aligns with Ron Paul's views. A dogmatic belief in "free trade" is one issue I couldn't come around on simply because I —speaking only for myself —got tired of feeling like a useful idiot for the globalists.
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    11-21-2018, 08:21 AM
    Agree with the missiles, bloodshed, or military bases bit. The rest of it is overly simplified.
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    11-20-2018, 12:33 PM
    Brooke is notorious for her fake focus groups. Frank Luntz would be jealous.
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    11-20-2018, 12:09 AM
    CNN 100% fraudulent anyone who remembers Ron Paul being blacked out by all major news, should know by now...its all a world stage to create communication breakdown , to usher in ideologies as the solution, and de-elect certain people
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    11-18-2018, 07:40 AM
    The areas being called into question are areas in Georgia where democrats have reigned supreme since ancient history. If they find . . . irregularities, well, they'll be shooting themselves in the foot. I highly doubt those areas would put a republican in charge of gathering up the ballots.
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    11-17-2018, 03:44 PM
    Good bump. Always need to be reminded that the media lies.
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    11-17-2018, 02:04 PM
    Trump did sort of make a martyr of the guy. If I'd been behind the podium, I would have said something like, "Thank you all for coming out to Jim Acosta's press conference." and walked out, haha.
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    11-16-2018, 09:14 PM
    I've been trying to hand out +rep all day so that I could be allowed to +rep this post but someone's gonna have to cover me. I haven't spread enough around, so someone say something worth +repping so I can get on with this.
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    11-16-2018, 05:12 PM
    A judge supportive of fasting has over-ruled you both.
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    11-16-2018, 02:22 PM
    That would be an empty press conference. I don't even know if you could call it a press conference without press.
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