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  • phill4paul's Avatar
    Today, 04:49 PM
    Can't say one way or the other WRT whether he would make a good man for the job. I can say that his appointment is violating the laws/allowances/restrictions we have placed on government. And ignoring even the slightest will..well, it will lead us to where we are now.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 04:45 PM
    This raises the question of a very serious and fundamental problem: our legal system is hosed in a most impossible way. In what way, you ask? We lack the basics of proper LAW. We have an abundance of LEGAL elements well established, yet next to nothing for law. An example of this can be taken directly from Black's (hideously wrong) Dictionary. Take, for instance, the definition of "crime", which states: Before we can assess the merits of this definition, we must first look at the definition of "penal law":
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  • phill4paul's Avatar
    Today, 04:42 PM
    The way it works here is that the city contracts a private company for household trash and recyclables. The city has it's own vehicles for limbs and leaves. The contract with the city allows for collecting recycling. So when the recyclables are in the container at the curb they are considered property of the trash company.
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  • phill4paul's Avatar
    Today, 04:20 PM
    Disagree. Amash is in the "A" list of those who follow the Constitution. Of which very few are and then the list drops heavily straight down to "F." The is no inopportune time to follow the rule of law. In particular making government follow it.
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  • phill4paul's Avatar
    Today, 04:02 PM
    phill4paul replied to a thread Trumps Tweets in Open Discussion
    This thread definitely belongs in U.S. Political News. :rolleyes:
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  • phill4paul's Avatar
    Today, 04:00 PM
    Trump had "You're fired." O'leary will have "You're dead to me." Lol.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 03:59 PM
    This is certainly plausible, but I'm staying on the fence until such time as the indications become a whole lot more telling, either way. Wish I could bitch-slap you into the next county for this, but alas, it is all too likely to prove the case. But I hold out some sliver of hope that things may not become this bad. I know it is foolish, but Trump surprised at least 150 million people, probably closer to double that, not only when he won the nomination, but when he won the booby prize. I still cannot rule out smoke and mirrors as the cause of this result, but if perchance it is not the case and Trump got where he did based on shrewd strategies and tactics, then I can only say that damned near anything is possible in the coming months, including a sea change in America for the better - even the MUCH better. I don't dare place any expectations there, but cling to that sliver of hope that I may be pleasantly surprised in the end. However, we have to keep in mind the currents against which he will be sailing in the even he proves the better man than that for which so many are perhaps understandably giving him credit. We've been bitten in the ass so many times since 1789... erm, perhaps 1980 anyhow, that one would have to be a complete idiot not to have serious reservations. Now here's a question: to what should be all be looking in the event the better man makes his hand felt? It could only be a beginning because no man could correct 228 years of progressively worsening tyranny in a mere four years. What would be the path moving forward? A path with milestones set should be on the agenda for those interested in liberty. Thus far it has been willy-nilly Freedom! RAH RAH RAH... and nothing more. The progressives are planners. IF you want something to happen, you have specific goals, however humble, and you work to achieve them.
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  • luctor-et-emergo's Avatar
    Today, 02:08 PM
    Well, he was the campaign manager... They regularly received millions from moneybombs around the time this happened. I don't know about that approval thing that you mention.
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  • bunklocoempire's Avatar
    Today, 01:13 PM
    All these outposts bases, are not at all like the Roman empire, nope, not one bit. Support our legions, protecting fruit, sugar, oil interests, etc. freedom isn't free. Penned from the region of the Pohakuloa Castrum... er, I mean the Aloha state.
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    Today, 12:08 PM
    RPLR has broken the 70,000 subscribers mark.:) Thank you Dr. Ron Paul and Danial McAdams, and thanks to the whole crew at The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity.
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Today, 11:50 AM
    Personally, I don't even see anything wrong with what he did. Especially when we have congressmen being paid thousands of dollars to introduce industry penned legislation that would strategically void our most fundamental foundations for the rghts to life and Individual Liberty, like freedom of choice and things like that and without so much as a peep about it.
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Today, 11:44 AM
    Political corruption, to be clear, is a consequence of acting/judging/legislating/reporting on the assumption that we are a Democracy. We're not. And this judge should know that. This popularized language annoys me greatly. "...our democracy"...and I read/hear it placed into dialogue this way more and more these days. Particularly by people of authority. He didn't say foundations of democracy. He said foundation of our democracy. Like it's our form of government. It isn't. People like this judge are the problem. He's in dire need of re-education. Anyway. I'll share the distinction for the benefit of the casual passer-by - An Important Distinction: Democracy versus Republic
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    Today, 11:42 AM
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  • brushfire's Avatar
    Today, 11:25 AM
    He would not be the success that he is today without racism. Why wouldn't he cling to it, and leverage it at every chance he had?
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Today, 11:24 AM
    The grounds that they don't want to be blacklisted from their political gravy train.
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Today, 11:20 AM
    I do not recall the exact details but it was a violation of MN law.
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Today, 11:19 AM
    I am a firm believer that elected officials should be held to a higher standard than mundanes. Therefore, I can justify sending Sorenson to prison while the others got probation.
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    Today, 09:11 AM
    1 Corinthians 10:13 (KJV) 13 There hath no temptation taken you but such as is common to man: but God is faithful, who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will with the temptation also make a way to escape, that ye may be able to bear it.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 08:46 AM
    Not sure how to take this. I have no love of Reagan. At times he talked a good game, but didn't do much to walk it. "Smaller government... smaller government..." as government inflated to unprecedented proportions on a daily basis before our eyes. IMO, the best thing he ever did was to fire all the air traffic controllers when they went on strike. Kudos where due. Also, Trump's style is fundamentally different from that of Reagan. He addresses issues in a way that puts the hallowed Ronbo to some paleness. I will go way out on a limb here and predict that Trump will be no milquetoast president in the manner of an Obama. He will either prove really good, or very lousy, on the net. Here's to hoping for the former.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 08:04 AM
    As far as it went, not bad. If things work out even half as good as appearances, we would be in a far better place than we are now. I will believe it when I see it. One thing he mentioned that holds great promise was the bit about regulatory agencies. They should have no policy making power, nor that to judge, enforce, or "punish", as the good judge put it. If we are to have such agencies, and I say we should not, their sole tasks should be to monitor, gather evidence, and present cases to courts for further action. This having vested them with judge prosecutor and jury powers was an error of truly epic stoogery. I would add this: any agency found to have mis-constructed a case against any party, whether corporate or individual, would have the responsible parties see the inside of the military barracks for not one minute less than ten years, hard labor. In any such case, the head of the agency is automatically sent to the barracks no matter what the circumstance. I would all this the "buck stops here doctrine". Most specifically, I would place in this immediate peril anyone or group who kept exculpatory evidence from the view of grand juries, prosecutors, etc. Anyone knowing of such evidence and not coming forward: barracks. I would put the terror of a minimum of a decade of turning large rocks into small, rain or shine, into every government official from sea to shining sea. Want to collect your cushy government salary w/bennies and pension? Fine. But you will do it without injustice to your fellow men, or you will pay with your life in a manner far less pleasant than a firing squad.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    Today, 06:35 AM
    If Donald Trump selects Judge Napolitano as the next Supreme Court Justice, then I'll...nah, it'll never happen. Trump is too much of an authoritarian to nominate a judge like Napolitano.
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    Today, 05:53 AM
    The NAP? ...Why isn't Bachmannís campaign involved with this as well then?
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    Today, 04:57 AM
    So you forfeit your rights to your trash once placed around a publicly accessible space. The city claims ownership of such trash, but only so far as such items hold inherent value. Yet the city claims you are responsible to remove all items and trash dumped on or around the premise of your property without your permission or knowledge. I feel like logic has itself broken here.
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  • lilymc's Avatar
    Today, 04:28 AM
    Also, I don't like to burst any bubbles but....
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  • lilymc's Avatar
    Today, 03:47 AM
    Unless you're talking about that sugary instant oatmeal that comes in packets, what you're saying is simply untrue. Oatmeal is very nutritious and it is not a high glycemic index food. Back when I used to eat unhealthy I'd start my day off with a cup of coffee w/sugar and maybe something sweet then I'd head out the door and I'd always crash a couple hours later and have no energy. But now I often start my day with oatmeal and I always have a very stable amount of energy throughout the day.... and I don't even feel hungry again until like 2 o'clock. Oatmeal is fantastic, unless you're you're talking about that instant kind I mentioned before. Even your paleo people list it at 55... which is considered low. Other stuff to look at:
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