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    Yesterday, 06:48 PM
    Murkowski has always been a cutthroat politician. Good to see the 'favors' returning her way.
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    Yesterday, 02:57 PM
    Toothless huh? So as long as everyone shuts up, never expresses any comment or argument in violation of the unapproved thought expression statute, then its all hunky dory. Because if anyone expresses the wrong opinion advocating the wrong political stance, its felony time - prison and exorbitant fines. As long as an entire populace self censors themselves, and doesn't speak their thoughts which run afoul of the political advocacy law; As long as they don't open their mouths and say something truthful; as long as they don't express boycott of a nefarious government for its heinous policies, its all good. So everyone keeps their head down, never expressing any advocacy in violation of the political thought crime law , and thus no one goes to prison and that makes it toothless? That does not make it toothless. That makes it even worse. The mere threat from the law censors the population, silencing entire viewpoints and expressions. Not being able to express unapproved political advocacy is horrible. That is a far worse bite then mere prison and fines. It means means the law designed to chill the unapproved thoughts and political advocacy has completely succeeded in silencing an entire population from expressing unapproved thoughts. That is a far, far worse wound and damage to freedom.
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    Yesterday, 12:02 PM
    AZJoe replied to a thread Target: Iran in World News & Affairs
    PNAC and AEI have just concluded this leaves Washington no other option but to bomb Iran. Of course all options are on the table, so long as those options are limited to eventually bombing Iran.
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    Yesterday, 11:51 AM
    A trillion here; a trillion there; Another trillion or four for pointless war. Its not like American households could have had any beneficial use for this money. For the rest of you masses of proles, accept destitution as the fate or your roles. Whatever it takes to keep the MIC CEOs rolling in honey. Whoops there goes another trillion; Whoops there goes some other trillions; Whoops here goes perpetual trillions for war.
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    07-26-2017, 08:28 PM
    with border funding. Trump isn't stupid.
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    07-26-2017, 07:59 PM
    Both parties are oligarchical in nature. However, the rank and file Republican voter is far more conservative and free market oriented than their elected representatives.
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    07-26-2017, 07:54 PM
    More garbage from Jewish screenwriters. Funny how that works out consistently. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/hbos-casey-bloys-defends-slave-drama-game-thrones-creators-a-risk-worth-taking-1024585
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    07-26-2017, 06:39 PM
    Trump could singlehandedly remove Corker and Alexander if he wanted to. He won the freaking state by close to 30 pts.
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    07-26-2017, 06:15 PM
    We're dealing with life sized rodents who vote. Stubborn rodents will find sources of food and multiply quickly. 90% of the foreigners probably fall into the same boat. They are culturally infected with communal biases and with no regard for finite resources. If someone put a gun to my head and forced me to take in foreigners, I'd probably choose citizens from the ex-Soviet Bloc countries. They and their immediate families lived through the terror and seem to be historically aware of creeping progressivism.
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    07-26-2017, 10:03 AM
    Why were they paying for gender reassignment surgery to begin with? No way such an odd task would be outlined in their overall mission statement.
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    07-25-2017, 09:23 PM
    Burn with fire.
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    07-25-2017, 08:48 PM
    Not bad people, but culturally infected. Scandinavians are hostile to Western ideals as well. Most foreigners are enemies of the constitution when you cut through the rhetorical rubbish.
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    07-25-2017, 08:21 PM
    Rand told Limbaugh privately he was going to run an Obama like campaign with horseshit platitudes, while the country is literally being raped by globalized special interests. You saw how that tact worked out. Trump can be criticized but this was the speech that will live on far past his existence. I'm almost 100% sure he didn't write it, but that is not important. This speech was the staking of the flag moment for the disenfranchised.
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    07-25-2017, 08:18 PM
    All nationalities. This isn't necessarily a color issue. Very few immigrants in the contemporary period have added to the collective strength of the country. Many are leeches because the corruptible environment attracts those type of people.
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    07-25-2017, 07:38 PM
    A physical barrier is the last line of defense in a corrupt land where material benefits are judicially enforced by physical violence. Numerous states have been struck down by the USC when attempting to turn off the magnets.
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    07-25-2017, 07:32 PM
    That conditional would disqualify many immigrants of the last 80 years.
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    07-25-2017, 05:08 PM
    Sounds like Sessions is scared of the Clinton Crime Cartel.
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    07-25-2017, 02:06 PM
    correction: The impossibility is of restraining power by concentrating it. R3 back with anti-libertarian, anti-Ron Paul, anti-freedom advocacy for the consolidation of power--that the way to restrain power is to consolidate power in a monopoly. The way to keep a government weak and limited is not to disperse and limit it to the smallest possible segments, but rather to monopolize all power in a dictatorship. The more concentrated the monopolization of force and power, the "better the incentives" the dictator has not use the power. Makes perfect sense. That is of course why the places with the greatest consolidation of power always turn out to be the most free: the Saudi Monarchy, The Soviets, North Korea. So the R3 way to restrain power is to concentrate power into a centralized dictatorship. So power corrupts, but absolute power turns dictators absolutely virtuous, saintly, angelic, honest and benevolent. The wonders of R3 newspeak - monopolizing force restrains it, just as war is peace, slavery is freedom, ignorance is knowledge, 2+2=5, R3volution 3.0 is wise, ... Such foolish oxymoronic sophistry persuades no one, save the fool who speaks it into believing himself persuasive.
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    07-25-2017, 08:06 AM
    The pamphlets were handed out on public sidewalk outside the courthouse to anyone. No one disputes the free speech rights to hand out pamphlets at the location, yet judge Booher (or is it Boo Her!) rejected all free speech defenses. The pamphlets were created many years before any events involved in the Andy Yoder case. They say nothing about the Yoder case. They did not mention any facts of the Yoder case. They do not suggest how any jury should vote in the Yoder case, or in any case. The pamphlets provide a short history of the jury. They state the jury's power to convict when the facts and law warrant it, but highlights the jury's not as well known inviolate power to acquit when facts and conscience warrant it. Jury tampering? How by any stretch of the imagination is this undue influence of a juror in any particular case, let alone the Yoder case? There is no threat. There is no bribe. It does not argue how anyone should vote in any case. There is not even any presentation of facts, arguments or even discussion about the Yoder case or any particular pending case. Under Brandenburg v. Ohio (1969), even advocacy of criminal conduct is constitutionally protected unless it is both intended and likely to cause imminent criminal acts. Thus one can stand on the sidewalk outside the Courthouse and advocate jihad, bombings of medical marijuana dispensaries, or some future death of Trump, and the Courts would uphold all of that as protected. Yet distribute some pamphlets with content originally created decades ago by fija.org that don't even discuss any pending case, and you go to jail. There are at least some good judges. A federal judge in Colorado issued an injunction recognizing the distribution of the nullification pamphlets as protected for identical conduct distributing identical flyers outside a Denver courthouse. The 10th Circuit Appellate Court affirmed the District Court's injunction.
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    07-25-2017, 07:13 AM
    If only someone had been handing out pamphlets the day the jury was selected for Keith Woods' trial.
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    07-25-2017, 07:04 AM
    neo-cons and conservatives are contradictions in terms. neo-cons are not by any stretch conservative.
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    07-24-2017, 10:03 PM
    Given the dire state of the federal balance sheet, we will never see single payer. Funny how we have been saved by past obligations.
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    07-24-2017, 07:45 PM
    AZJoe replied to a thread Clowns! in Open Discussion
    Three Scary Creepy Clowns
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    07-24-2017, 07:05 PM
    Snopes "fact-checking" confirms that these antics had nothing to do with the company's downfall.
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    07-24-2017, 01:28 PM
    From Mondoweiss: "This bill is the work of the Israel lobby. It was drafted by one of its lead groups, AIPAC– “one of the most powerful, and pernicious, lobbying forces in the country,” … American interest: In what conceivable sense is it of benefit to Americans to turn them into felons for the crime of engaging in political activism in protest of a foreign nation’s government? … Lastly, remember this story and the frank declaration of support for a foreign nation by legislators the next time you hear about the insidious influence of Russia in our politics. …
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    07-24-2017, 10:42 AM
    Let Americans Go to North Korea Enforced Isolationism Benefits No One. The Kim regime is acting out of weakness, not strength, in seeking a nuclear deterrent against U.S. military action. What has American officials so concerned is that Pyongyang’s action threatens to prevent them from freely intervening around the globe. The DPRK is threatening to turn the U.S.-South Korea alliance on its head. … Threatening the North simply reinforces the case for building them. … Another policy that won’t help is banning travel to the North. … The State Department already discourages travel to the North. … Whether imposed by executive fiat or statute, a ban is a bad idea. … Further isolating the DPRK won’t help. … even tourist excursions can play a positive role. … Visitors should keep their wits about them and remember where they are. The North will enforce its rules. … While the DPRK is unique, it is hardly alone in holding, often brutally, foreigners accountable for violating local laws and practices. A non-Muslim better not show up in Mecca or Medina. Don’t visit Pakistan and insult the Prophet: a mob will probably dispose of you before you are even arrested, let alone tried. Trashing a Koran might yield the same result. … Smuggling drugs has gotten Western tourists executed in countries such as Indonesia. Try being a Christian missionary in Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, or Maldives. … Then there are war zones. Americans can and do travel to Afghanistan, Syria, Burma, Turkey, Pakistan, Iraq, and other nations where conflicts rage and guerrillas operate …
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