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    Today, 07:31 PM
    This type of stuff never happened in the 50s, 60s, 70s or 80s. And you could own all types of lethal weapons. Anyone with a working brain can see that this isn't a weapons problem.
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    Yesterday, 12:58 PM
    Society is deranged. I don't entirely blame the women. They have been infected with a noxious form of propaganda.
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    Yesterday, 12:48 PM
    Chuck has some valid points but the GWB comparison is off base. The Bushes despise Trump and have done all in their power to keep him contained.
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    02-15-2018, 03:32 PM
    Like I said, the IRS is in trouble against an invisible foe, but it remains to be seen for how long this will continue. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/22/opinion/irs-bitcoin-fear.html
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    02-15-2018, 03:00 PM
    However, there is no transaction available to the IRS of one actually selling the said coin(s). All they have is a point of origin and some blockchain traces in some instances. Understand that I have anonymous accounts on exchanges in the Far East. You can move it all over the internet to your heart's delight. Anonymous personal wallets exist. The burden of proof is on the IRS to prove that you sold the coin, but once it goes down the rabbit hole ( see Monero :)), they are lost. ROFL This is the primary reason the TPTB are crying out for regulation. As long as you don't spend the washed fiat on a high profile luxury item that doesn't mesh with your annual income, you are in the clear. The IRS is completely powerless unless you are dumb enough to reconvert with an IRS assisting company like Coinbase.
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    02-15-2018, 01:28 PM
    I took a significant chunk of my bitcoins at 12500-9500 and reinvested in reputable alts. I can make multiples of my money in the runup.
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    02-15-2018, 01:27 PM
    Go to a bitcoin atm. Scan your barcode. Walk away with fiat ANONYMOUSLY. Sorry IRS.
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    02-15-2018, 06:20 AM
    A little Snowden tribute from Jeffrey Tucker: worked in a massive professional machinery of enormous power, prestige, and money. His world was the pinnacle of achievement for his skill set. Everything about the massive surveillance state broadcast that there was no escape. Everything about his environment demanded compliance, service, and submission. His job was to check at the door his individualism, integrity, and character and become a faithful cog in a machinery of superiors. Everyone else went along. They didn’t question it. If they did question the goings on, it was purely abstract. Surely there was no real escape. You could only adapt, enjoy the power, take the money, and die someday. Snowden, for whatever reason, decided to take a different direction. Alone, and without consulting even those closest to him, he struck out on his own. He took the unfathomable risk of copying all the most pertinent files. … What he revealed rocked the world. Throughout it all, he was scared but never indecisive. Unimpressed by the machinery all around him, he saw it not as his master and not even his equal. He saw it all as beatable. He knew that what he was doing was right, and he did it all because – against all odds – he thought he could make a difference. He literally risked his life in the service of human freedom. …
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    02-15-2018, 06:08 AM
    From Jeffrey Tucker: She was born in Russia and fated to live under communist despotism. Had she acquiesced to the systems around her, she might have lived and died in poverty and obscurity. … She wanted her life to matter. So she plotted her own escape from Russia. … Alone … built a career as scriptwriter, before writing her own plays and becoming a novelist. This peasant born in Russia made a brilliant career for herself, becoming one of the 20th century’s most influential minds – all without an academic career or any champions in the centers of power. … Rand’s greatest characters follow a similar path of refusing to go along … Her message is that one person with a mind and moral stamina can stand up to even the most powerful machinery of oppression. … Rand’s influence is still making the world a freer place. ...
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    02-14-2018, 10:37 PM
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    02-14-2018, 10:37 PM
    It is a distraction only to the short sighted. It is not a single act in isolation. Its not simply little Pence's pouting and sitting for the historic, peace promoting, groundbreaking march of the unification team. Each of the stupid Pence antics and Trump administration's antics is not in isolation, but a concerted pattern of arrogant foreign policy. The entire purpose of Nitwit Neocon Pence's Korea tour was to prevent any peace and diplomacy, extinguish any sparks of peace, drive a wedge between the Korea's, silence any dialogue, thwart any reconciliation. As Dr. Ron Paul succinctly put it, Pence's role at the Olympics was to prevent any peace overtures. From sabotaging Moon's pre-scheduled diplomatic VIP dignitary reception dinner, to shaking every single diplomats hand at the VIP dignitary table except the NK diplomat, to avoiding any dialogue, to being the only two people in the entire Olympic stadium that did not stand for the march of the Korean unification team, to proclaiming "there is no daylight and there will be no daylight” between the Koreas; to promising during his tour a new level of the most extreme sanctions on top of the already most extreme sanctions ( don't ask me what that could be- maybe fining people for even looking at NK on the map or talking about it). Yes, Pence played he complete evil fool. Add to this the both evil and stupid policies of :
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    02-14-2018, 09:39 PM
    Dr. AWR Hawkins–Florida School Shooting: Time to Arm Teachers for Self-Defense Are teachers to join their students and shelter in place while dialing 911? ... arm themselves with chalkboard erasers, books, or rulers? All of these are terrifying options because they ultimately mask defenseless – the very defenselessness that results from being disarmed ... Consider ... Sandy Hook ... The attacker ... had over nine minutes without armed resistance. ... over nine minutes with no means of defense ... What if just two teachers had been armed? How many lives might they have saved, even if it took till the four minute mark to stop the attacker? ... The lessons from Sandy Hook cross over to Marjory Stoneman Douglas ... How many lives could two (or three) armed teachers have saved by greeting the attacker with armed resistance? ...
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    02-14-2018, 08:53 PM
    Try an experiment and test it.
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    02-14-2018, 08:05 PM
    But its a gun free zone. The shooting is impossible.
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    02-14-2018, 03:26 PM
    White so-called 'progressives' are the most dangerous in the nation. At least, some minorities are acting out of ignorance, but these statements are part of a cold & calculated strategy.
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    02-14-2018, 10:13 AM
    we are spending far too much money on schooling, not too little. … we have too many people employed in interfering with the way children grow up – and that all this money and all these people, all the time we take out of children’s lives and away from their homes and families and neighborhoods and private explorations – gets in the way of education. … One of the principal reasons we got into the mess we’re in is that we allowed schooling to become a very profitable monopoly, guaranteed its customers by the police power of the state. Systematic schooling attracts increased investment only when it does poorly, and since there are no penalties at all for such performance, the temptation not to do well is overwhelming. That’s because school staffs, both line and management, are involved in a guild system; in that ancient form of association no single member is allowed to outperform any other member, is allowed to advertise or is allowed to introduce new technology or improvise without the advance consent of the guild. Violation of these precepts is severely sanctioned … A movement as visibly destructive to individuality, family and community as government-system schooling has been might be expected to collapse … but this has not happened. … What is needed for several decades is the kind of wildly-swinging free market we had at the beginning of our national history. The Public School Nightmare https://www.lewrockwell.com/2010/07/john-taylor-gatto/a-very-profitable-very-destructive-monopoly/ ..........................
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    02-14-2018, 08:40 AM
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    02-14-2018, 04:32 AM
    Even Deep State Elements Admit Intel chief: Federal debt poses 'dire threat' to national security Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats warned lawmakers Tuesday that failing to curb the national debt could jeopardize national security. ... the U.S. fiscal situation “is unsustainable ... and represents a dire threat to our economy and national security.” ... “I would urge all of us to recognize the need to address this challenge and take action as soon as possible before a fiscal crisis emerges that truly undermines our ability to ensure our national security,” ... Former Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mike Mullen in 2010 called the national debt “the most significant threat to our national security.” ...
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    02-14-2018, 04:11 AM
    Zilstra Resigns Dutch Foreign Minister Halbe Zijlstra has announced his resignation, effective immediately. ... Since admitting he made the whole thing up ... he’s also set the stage for a vote of no confidence on Prime Minister Mark Rutte that could bring down his government. Rutte is defiant, however, insisting that while Zijlstra’s story might be made up ... it shouldn’t be that big of a deal ...
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    02-14-2018, 03:41 AM
    And what's up with the six fingers?
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    02-14-2018, 03:32 AM
    That about sums it up.
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    02-14-2018, 03:18 AM
    Corrupt James Comey testified that he never had any meeting with Obama on the DNC-Steele Dossier. Now Rice's email is saying he had a meeting with Obama in the Oval Office regarding the dossier.
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    02-14-2018, 02:55 AM
    No s*&t Sherlock. Yes socialism tends to do that. And starving people with totalitarian blockades and sanctions tends to do that even faster. Sanctions and blockades are as totalitarian communist measures as one can get - every individual and business must sacrifice for the "common good" of the uber government. Advocating totalitarian communism measures to oppose totalitarian communist measures? What is this nonsense in defense of totalitarian statist sanctions? Do you think the North Koreans are any more grateful and wise because they are impoverished and starved by Washington's totalitarian economic sanctions as opposed to NK's totalitarian economics? Oh yes, we killed those people by our totalitarian communist economic measures. That's so much better than their totalitarian economics. This is pure statist lunacy. Don’t forget the purpose of the sanctions is to intentionally kill the North Korean populace through starvation and illness. As Jacob G. Hornberger explains, "The idea is that if enough of them are dying, either Kim Jong-un will abdicate in favor of a pro-U.S. dictator or ... a violent revolution and install a pro-U.S. dictator into power." How about instead of embracing totalitarianism communist economics in the form of blockades and sanctions, actually combating socialism with the things that destroy it - free trade, communication, travel, dialogue. Washington is not fighting totalitarianism with the sanctions. Washington is imposing economic totalitarianism. Washington is embracing totalitarianism as well as death, destruction, impoverishment, starvation and everything else that goes with it. As already stated, Washington loves oppressive governments, so long as they are are obedient. It props them up, funds them, trains them, arms them. The sanctions embrace totalitarianism. The sanctions are totalitarian communist themselves. Washington does not give two cents worth of care for the people of North Korea. It has no problem instigating another mass genocide on the people of North Korea. It cares only about about bending another government to its will as an obedient vassal state.
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    02-13-2018, 08:20 PM
    Possibly. It's worth watching play out. With that said, no one regrets voting for him, given the options. Even the residual damage to the federal government apparatus has been astonishing to watch.
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    02-13-2018, 07:52 PM
    Trump delegates and the partitioning of Syria goes on. He's not strong enough to fight them. I bet he doesn't even run in 2020 because he's seen the real dark side behind our gov and doesn't like it.
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