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    Today, 12:13 AM
    I never said I had a medical degree. I said there is no evidence to support the theory that too many vaccines are overloading young immune systems.
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    Yesterday, 11:04 PM
    government moving toward a digital currency so they can track every dime? nah, can't be.
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    Yesterday, 11:01 PM
    Scientific data collection includes controls and verification. VAERS has neither. This is a quote from the paper linked in your post:
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    Yesterday, 10:58 PM
    I think that's a bit of a strawman. All theories are valid theories. But there is no evidence to support the theory that too many vaccines are overloading young immune systems. If you're seriously interested: http://www.oregon.gov/oha/ph/PreventionWellness/VaccinesImmunization/VaccineSafety/Documents/SafetyAntigenCount.pdf
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    Yesterday, 09:20 PM
    Now that they aren't motivated to give Obama cover, and now that the sitting president has finally gone full neocon, it's about to be rekindled. Between that and the fact that we know we can make hay with them arguing that local governments do a better job of helping people than the federal government does, also especially when Republicans are in control in Washington, we can seriously gain traction on that side of the aisle. Seriously. And if there are seventeen candidates running in the Democratic primaries? Trump won the first few he took with about six percent of the total population in those states. He did. We can totally work with a number like that.
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    Yesterday, 09:16 PM
    The federal government doesn't even dole out dough directly to the poor. It doles out dough to states, counties and cities that jump through the hoops. Of course we're better off refusing to pay federal taxes, and giving that money directly to our counties. It's obvious.
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    Yesterday, 09:13 PM
    Another reason to do the Democratic fight. They're generally easier to reach without buying a radio station.
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    Yesterday, 09:09 PM
    Matthew 21 12And Jesus went into the temple of God, and cast out all them that sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers, and the seats of them that sold doves, 13And said unto them, It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves. 14And the blind and the lame came to him in the temple; and he healed them. 15And when the chief priests and scribes saw the wonderful things that he did, and the children crying in the temple, and saying, Hosanna to the Son of David; they were sore displeased
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    Yesterday, 08:57 PM
    I'm very conflicted. I think it would be hilarious to primary the $#!+ out of that orange clown. I'd love it. But on the other hand, I'm realistic enough to realize that defeating a sitting Republican president in Republican primaries is about as likely as turning Hillary honest. Which means Rand could cost himself by doing it. He could cost himself Senate allies. He could cost himself popularity among red meat Republidiots in Kentucky, or in 2024. Is there anything to gain to compensate for those risks? On the other hand, the extreme end of the liberal spectrum is being encouraged to go stark raving mad. Liberals got screwed by Hillary's superdelegates, and they're being tarred by these goons who self-identify as being like them when they're nothing like the traditional, peace-loving lib. I think it's time to do to the Democratic Party what we did to the GOP. Let's get the Deep State in a pincers. Time to hit their Left flank for a change. If they can screw us in a bipartisan manner, then we can damned well fight back in a bipartisan manner. The Deep State did just as much to torpedo them by blacking out their most electable candidate--Webb--and did just as much to screw them at the convention--with superdelegates. They're pissed. They're ripe for the picking. Tulsi Gabbard?
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    Yesterday, 08:31 PM
    It was a joke. It was a sort of a pun on the word first. It was gallows humor. Clearly I know that America First has nothing to do with spending our blood and treasure nation building in Afghanistan. Clearly I know that America First was never about America being the First to break its empire in that quagmire. Chill, dude. I know it hurts that Trump has betrayed and abandoned you. It hurt us a year and a half ago when we tried to warn you this day would come, and you called us names and abandoned our honest candidate for that clown. It hurt. You were warned this day would come. You people spent enough time biting my head off back then when I tried to tell you that your orange clown would do that to you yesterday. Stop already.
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    Yesterday, 08:03 PM
    People who understand our cause--understand it enough to really feel it--are rare, period. Sure, if we lose everyone else will learn to feel it, but only a relatively few of us can foresee that day. If only five percent of sixty percent of the population fit that description, that's few enough people. If only five percent of fourteen percent of the population are in that group, then they are rare indeed. But we aren't so overwhelming in our numbers that we can afford to do without any single one of us. So, it's vital to our cause for us to be absolutely sure we never do anything to thin our own herd. Besides, if we don't live by our principles, then we're nothing. We're worthy of no more than to have Pink Floyd wing at us, 'ha ha, charade you are'. We stand for justice, and justice is blind to all but Truth. Skin is not truth. Souls are Truth.
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    Yesterday, 07:37 PM
    +rep Like jmdrake, for instance? It's a trap, and you're falling into it. Don't throw the baby out with the bathwater. Individuals who are worthy of Gault's Gulch will be an asset to it--maybe the very asset it needs to survive everything the leeches left behind throw at it out of spite. Don't leave that key, vital individual out because of what other people who look vaguely like him or her do.
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    Yesterday, 03:30 PM
    That's not how Italy worked. The fascism became institutionalized, and didn't really end until the 1990s. Perhaps 'majority stockholder' is a poor way to describe how Italy privatized profits and subsidized losses. Try this on for size: http://www.nber.org/chapters/c10273.pdf
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    Yesterday, 01:29 PM
    That's right. Will your property to someone who can't afford the property tax, so the government can seize it.
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    Yesterday, 12:50 PM
    What, you can afford his purchase price? Because I can't. Besides, he doesn't have a purchase price, per se. He takes bids. The auction isn't over until the MIC stops bidding.
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    Yesterday, 12:44 PM
    No. 1. Just because Fiat is a principal investment of Exor does not mean Exor is the principal investor in FiatChrysler. 2. I did say Fiat, not FiatChrysler. Chrysler represents enough of that company, and Chrysler stockholders wound up with enough FiatChrysler stock, that the equation has changed. 3. The Italian government has not been announcing any divestitures it may have been making lately, so far as I can tell.
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    Yesterday, 12:38 PM
    Well that didn't take long. Is Paul Ryan gone yet?
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    Yesterday, 12:33 PM
    Yeah, that'll never happen. The forces of totalitarianism are happy to undermine our faith in our elections. But they'd never allow their MSM to let it slip that Moscow could use the electronics the MIC charged us billions for to drive our warships to whatever location Putin chooses.
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    Yesterday, 12:24 PM
    Should I wait until someone holds this up as an example of why socialism is better than capitalism, or should I go ahead and point out now that the majority stockholder in Fiat from 1921 was the Italian government?
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    Yesterday, 12:11 PM
    It is grown other places, including California. But opiate-producing poppies are very particular about their environment. Too much rain, and they just don't produce thebaine. Here's an article from the New York Times in 2014 which doesn't mention Afghanistan, but certainly could point to a motivation for the Afghan Quagmire... https://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/20/business/international/tasmania-big-supplier-to-drug-companies-faces-changes.html
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    Yesterday, 11:29 AM
    Poppies are the raw ingredient, and no land is more perfect for growing them.
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    Yesterday, 11:17 AM
    Isopropyl alcohol can make it impossible to distinguish skin color, too...
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    Yesterday, 11:11 AM
    'Stooge attack dogs for the oligarchy' is considered a 'race' now?
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    Yesterday, 10:55 AM
    Just as a person can move a piece of furniture too heavy to lift across the floor by 'walking' it, moving one side at a time, so this childish partisanship gets us to insist on having totalitarian measures we would never put up with if they were simply imposed upon us. We always think we need it to protect us from our crazy neighbors, but it always gets used on us in turn.
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    Yesterday, 10:42 AM
    If they win back a majority in Congress next year, watch them try to pass Godwin's Law.
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    Yesterday, 10:10 AM
    Actually, I believe the Wicked Witch of Western Arkansas would have been worse. About an inch worse. Perhaps two teaspoons worse. Maybe four grams worse. Rand got thrown under the bus because we had better odds of nominating the guy who was getting more press, and he was the lesser evil. So we pissed away all that public dissatisfaction--our best chance in a lifetime--to get guaranteed two teaspoons less evil. Well. Hand out the medals.
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Oklahoma Grassroots share Liberty Pep Rally – May 11th at Remington Park

by scrosnoe on 05-05-2012 at 06:21 PM
Come join us as we rally for liberty with Tom Woods, Jordan Page, and Jason Rink! Let’s celebrate our growth and success in 2012, and get pumped about taking this movement to the Oklahoma GOP State Convention!




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The rally will kick off at 7pm at the Remington Park Casino. Enter at the casino, and go straight back to the left of the escalators to the banquet

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Updated 05-05-2012 at 06:22 PM by scrosnoe

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Oklahoma: Ron Paul OK Announces Honorary State Co-Chairs – Key and Brogdon

by scrosnoe on 01-18-2012 at 11:47 PM
Oklahoma: Ron Paul OK Announces Honorary State Co-Chairs – Rep Charles Key and Former State Sen Randy Brogdon

http://r3publican.wordpress.com/2012...randy-brogdon/

[Editorial comment: Great news for the movement! As one of two Grassroots Coordinator in Oklahoma for Ron Paul in 2008, I am encouraging other counties to follow the lead of Ron Paul OK, a group based in the OKC Area. We are principled, limited government, constitutional Republicans -- Republicans Restoring the

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News on 6: Tulsa Ron Paul HQ Opening Kicks Off a Full Calendar of Events

by scrosnoe on 01-09-2012 at 04:52 AM


TULSA, Oklahoma -
As the Republican field sets its sights on New Hampshire, one of the candidates is looking forward to the Oklahoma primary.


It’s not until March 6th, but Ron Paul is already planting roots in Tulsa.

He is the first Republican candidate to open campaign offices in the Sooner State. One is

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A Pumpkin, a Speech and a Song -- Carve a Message and Convey a Story

by scrosnoe on 10-31-2011 at 11:13 PM
Current Conditions or Just a Bad Dream?
Could it all be a bad dream or a nightmare?
Is it my imagination or have we lost our minds?
It is surreal.
It is just not believable.
A grand absurdity.
A great deception.
A delusion of momentous proportions.
Based on preposterous notions and on ideas whose time should never have come.
Simplicity grossly distorted and complicated.
Insanity passed off as logic.
Grandiose schemes built on falsehoods

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R3s via Naomi Wolf: How I was arrested at Occupy Wall Street

by scrosnoe on 10-24-2011 at 04:32 AM
Naomi Wolf: How I was arrested at Occupy Wall Street


Arresting a middle-aged writer in an evening gown for peaceable conduct is a far cry from when America was a free republic. Read Naomi Wolf's report of her arrest at Occupy Wall Street about the 'closing civil society' where we live.

Report from Naomi Wolf (October 19, 2011):

Last night I was arrested in my home town, outside an event to which I had been invited, for standing

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