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    Today, 11:36 AM
    Nothing? And what about Representatives? :rolleyes: JWK
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    Today, 10:09 AM
    I have been very clear. You wish to ignore my clarity and the expressed intentions of our founders. Have fun arguing with yourself. And when you are done, return to posts 44 and 46 and study our founders' clear intentions. JWK
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    Today, 08:46 AM
    I provided the founder's stated intentions in posts 44 and 46. They certainly did not intend to allow Congress to give financial preferences to one state over another. You can ignore their stated intentions all you want, but there they are and they contradict your opinions. We are not talking about building "lighthouses" or forts or other military installations... a legitimate function of our Federal Government. We are talking about our federal government handing out large sums of money from the federal treasury to the States. Read the Constitution: "...and to exercise like Authority over all Places purchased by the Consent of the Legislature of the State in which the Same shall be, for the Erection of Forts, Magazines, Arsenals, dock-Yards, and other needful Buildings" JWK
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    Today, 08:01 AM
    Those purple penguins are so violent!
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    Today, 06:27 AM
    :rolleyes: We are talking about Congress giving financial preferences to one state over another. Post 44 and 46 documents our founder's intentions. JWK
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    Today, 06:21 AM
    Under Congress' power to lay a direct tax Congrerss first determines a total sum needed and then determines each state's share by the rule of apportionment. For an actual example to levy a direct tax see The Act of July 14, 1798, c. 75, 1 Stat. 53 in which a direct tax was laid upon real estate and a capitation tax upon slaves. JWK
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    Today, 01:32 AM
    Why stop at gender, what about ethnicity, species, age, eye and hair color, eye glasses requirement, height and weight, fingerprints, driving history, etc. I self-identify as n superhero LLC from the 1800s! The world is now my oyster too!
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    Today, 01:03 AM
    MGM has motion against them to preserve evidence for victim lawsuits: http://news3lv.com/news/local/motion-filed-to-preserve-evidence-in-1-october-shooting MGM pressured the hero to aid and abet their culpabilities: http://news3lv.com/news/nation-world/report-hotel-owner-mgm-pressured-jesus-campos-to-only-appear-on-ellen
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    Yesterday, 03:20 PM
    What you did was post an adolescent comment which you thought would be cute. GROW UP! :rolleyes: JWK
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    Yesterday, 03:16 PM
    Your absurd comments are made to intentionally deflect. An example showing our founder's intentions to allow a direct tax upon the states can be found in several of our Constitution’s ratification documents, such as the Ratification of the Constitution by the State of New Hampshire: Fourthly That Congress do not lay direct Taxes but when the money arising from Impost, Excise and their other resources are insufficient for the Publick Exigencies; nor then, untill Congress shall have first made a Requisition upon the States, to Assess, Levy, & pay their respective proportions, of such requisitions agreeably to the Census fixed in the said Constitution in such way & manner as the Legislature of the State shall think best and in such Case if any State shall neglect, then Congress may Assess & Levy such States proportion together with the Interest thereon at the rate of six per Cent per Annum from ……. The fact is a direct tax was laid upon the states a number of times in our nation's history, e. g., see Act laying a direct tax for $3 million in which the rule of apportionment is applied. And then see Section 7 of the direct tax of 1813 allowing states to pay their respective quotas and be entitled to certain deductions in meeting their payment on time.
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    Yesterday, 02:59 PM
    I provided a link and it proves the money was disbursed from the federal treasury to the states using the rule of apportionment. The fact is, apportionment dates back to the 1600s and our early English Colonies. Let us refresh our memory by reading part of the New England Confederation of 1643 _ an agreement among the first English Colonies on America soil. "It is by these Confederates agreed that the charge of all just wars, whether offensive or defensive, upon what part or member of this Confederation soever they fall, shall both in men, provisions and all other disbursements be borne by all the parts of this Confederation in different proportions according to their different ability in the manner following, namely, that the Commissioners for each Jurisdiction from time to time, as there shall be occasion, bring a true account and number of all their males in every Plantation, or any way belonging to or under their several Jurisdictions, of what quality or condition soever they be, from sixteen years old to threescore, being inhabitants there. And that according to the different numbers which from time to time shall be found in each Jurisdiction upon a true and just account, the service of men and all charges of the war be borne by the poll: each Jurisdiction or Plantation being left to their own just course and custom of rating themselves and people according to their different estates with due respects to their qualities and exemptions amongst themselves though the Confederation take no notice of any such privilege: and that according to their different charge of each Jurisdiction and Plantation the whole advantage of the war (if it please God so to bless their endeavors) whether it be in lands, goods, or persons, shall be proportionately divided among the said Confederates." Note a specific rule is established among the members of the Confederacy under which their treasury is filled by each member supplying “men, provisions and all other disbursements“. There is no allowance for the burden being selectively placed upon one member at the expense of the others.
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    Yesterday, 09:46 AM
    If the family dislikes Trump or is black-power, absolutely.
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    Yesterday, 09:44 AM
    Ahum. Yea, that does not permit the IRS to refuse to process individual tax returns. In fact the IRS is legally obliged to process all such income tax returns, excluding only that that are incapable of being processed due to being grossly incomprehensible or nonsensical.
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    Yesterday, 07:45 AM
    The rule of apportionment was intended by our founders to also apply to revenue disbursed from the federal treasury to the states and is documented in an Act of Congress passed in June of 1836 when all surplus revenue in excess of $ 5,000,000 was decided to be distributed among the states, and the rule of apportionment was strictly applied! The fact is, the legislative intent of our Constitution would have to be violated to do what you suggest. JWK
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    Yesterday, 07:30 AM
    I have no idea what you mean by a "flat tax". If it is a direct tax it needs to be apportioned. What are your objections, if any, to return to our Constitution's original tax plan by adopting the Fair Share Balanced Budget Amendment? Let us take a look at the wisdom and brilliance of our Founder's original tax plan which is proposed as follows. The Fair Share Balanced Budget Amendment
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    Yesterday, 05:44 AM
    I don't think individuals tax dollars are relevant, the fact being this is taking place on a publicly funded facility designed for children within a specific age group and degree of maturity or immaturity. And the story sucks, it is a blatant lie and is not okay. It is not okay for dogs to eat cat food and for cats to eat dog food. No, it is not okay to come in last, or to let people beat you down, or shoot you while you're unarmed at a concert, or for the government to conduct covert social experiments upon the masses.
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    Yesterday, 05:05 AM
    Oh I don't doubt that, he faltered, but they congresswoman is exploiting it and does have an agenda. This was intended to be a private phone call, she made it public to further the push to impeach Trump, shame on her for this. This was an absolute setup to demean and discredit Trump; they were going to complaint about something no matter what it was, his tone of voice, his lack of concern, whatever. Remember his name, seriously, as if he personally knows the guy (dude was already active from before Trump's administration anyways), it is a lame political stunt through and through, and it should have been avoided, as it in the end, pointless. Just make sure his contracts are honored and his final resting place as well, leave it at that and move on to other things. The congresswoman is clearly lying about her motives and the family is very willing to aid her, if they have to tell a few white-lies so be it.
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    Yesterday, 01:38 AM
    Oh I misread the title, skimmed past the word least.
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    Yesterday, 01:33 AM
    But did Ellen open the show with a silly little jig? Because if not, then we know something very, very serious had taken place behind the scenes.
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    Yesterday, 01:15 AM
    History teaches us that we are to learn from it so that we thus not commit the same errors in the future. Stupid asses. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-stockton-bankruptcy/stockton-california-files-for-bankruptcy-idUSBRE85S05120120629
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    Yesterday, 01:11 AM
    And what statute affords the IRS such privilege, pray tell?
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    Yesterday, 01:07 AM
    Oh yes, sure. ...And I heard Obama verified it too, and he wasn't even in the car! Amazing, just amazing!
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    10-18-2017, 11:36 PM
    Las Vegas coroner’s office on lockdown — but why? https://www.intellihub.com/las-vegas-coroners-office-on-lockdown-but-why/
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    10-18-2017, 10:11 PM
    I call BOLLOCKS, she is pushing the Trump is a racist, Trump is mentally ill narrative! She is associated with Black Caucus: https://wilson.house.gov/media-center/press-releases/congresswoman-wilson-hosts-congressional-black-caucus-for-the-people She has a history of associating with pro African-American groups, rather than diversity focused groups. She has a history of disliking Trump: http://www.businessinsider.com/who-is-frederica-wilson-trump-2017-10
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    10-18-2017, 02:37 PM
    Maybe it's time to consider raising a federal revenue in a manner which allows the market place to determine the amount of revenue Congress can raise, and also makes each State's Congressional delegation accountable when imposts, duties and miscellaneous internal excise taxes on consumption are found insufficient to meet Congresses' expenditures. Keep in mind the beloved and socialist inspired adoption of an "income tax" opened the door to revenue redistribution programs which in turn has created countless federal government cheese-eating factions and a constant swelling of our national debt. JWK
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    10-18-2017, 10:28 AM
    Wow the maintenance worker's name is Steven too. Not certain that makes sense, Paddock was drilling a stairwell door (or inside his suite), yet was able to heard another distant stairwell door close and then was able to get back into his room grab a machine gun and fire off 200-rounds (?), with only one round striking Campos, as a minor wound (considering these are .223 rifle rounds at close range.) So that means Campos actually saw the shooter, being that the original story was that Paddock shot at him through the door, viewing him by camera only. So which is it was he drilling the stairwell door or the door to his suite? If the stairwell door was drilled closed, how did Campos get through it? It is as if the details are intentionally vague. Photos of the drilling equipment and bar rig?
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    10-18-2017, 07:14 AM
    What if each State's Congressional Delegation had to return home with a bill to extinguish an annual deficit which would be paid out of their own State's Treasury, and each State's share would be apportioned as its representation in Congress is apportioned? Would this not encourage each State's Congressional Delegation to avoid deficit spending? JWK
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    10-18-2017, 06:25 AM
    Actually, I think they use the back of their chemical sheds to do that now.
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    10-18-2017, 03:37 AM
    More coming to light, Laura Loomer called out by LVMPD now and blocked on Twitter (Potential legal concerns raised by a public entity banning viewers on their public social media account?) ...And more on Campos too: https://www.infowars.com/vegas-police-blame-journalist-for-missing-security-guard/
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    10-17-2017, 11:41 PM
    Well "professor" by your own (faulty) logic, Clinton would have to resign herself as well as would the entire DNC because they would have all benefited from the reeking corruption which cost Sanders his seat at the table and Clinton's enabling of the massive hacking of classified materials from her home brewed bathtub server. Take a hike Ivy, you are out of your league on this one. Dumbass.
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    I saw your debate with Wild English nut-job Rose with the Fair Tax. Man you tore him apart!

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