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    Yesterday, 10:47 AM
    mmmm.....msg and soy. it's what's for dinner.
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    Yesterday, 10:33 AM
    Walmart's great numbers are because of higher prices. More revenue+stock buybacks=higher EPS price beats and revenue beats. Walmart already admitted that to offset sticker-shock price increases in some goods they have raised prices on other goods, mainly low priced but high volume items like food items, so that the price increase impact is felt less on an individual customer basis. IOW, spread out the overall increases wider and smaller....mile wide but an inch deep. The gross overall increase in prices is still reported in Walmart's top and bottom line numbers. I buy a few food items at Walmart and have observed what they're doing. High volume, low priced items like Gatorade, cheese, yogurt, etc were price hiked about 25% over the last year.
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    Yesterday, 09:52 AM
    If the car is registered, it is the state's car, not yours. That's why they can pass arbitrary rules like this one to seize a car. It's not your car. It's their car.
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    Yesterday, 09:48 AM
    Absolutely unrelated to being a 70+yo overweight male eating cheeseburgers in front of the teevee during "executive time", while stressed out over all the drama and lying he has to do on a daily basis.
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    Yesterday, 08:53 AM
    I'm trying to force you? Pardon me but I only made a rational suggestion, given the facts of the situation and the realities of what this society will tolerate, to any one that thinks it is indeed an existential crisis. If there's one thing I can't do it's force people to have children. So let's simmer down with such ridiculous claims that I'm trying to force anyone to do anything and especially something as absurd as forcing people to breed. No one is rounding up and deporting millions of immigrants. Not happening. Stop talking about it. It makes you look delusional to keep suggesting it as even a possibility. I am supporting liberty right now, wherever I happen to see it. You're hoping for some hazy vision of liberty somewhere down the road in the future, which will be somehow obtained by somehow continuing the current liberty-less status quo, while actually removing the relatively few people that actually are living in real freedom today. Newsflash: THERE IS NO LIBERTY IN THIS COUNTRY FOR THE AVERAGE AMERICAN (U.S. Citizen) EXCEPT THE FREEDOM TO CHOOSE BETWEEN 15 FLAVORS OF HFCS ICE CREAM. When I see actual free people here, even if they often don't realize the gift they have, I will never advocate to remove them. In fact, I just wish some of them weren't in such a hurry to "legalize" themselves and lock on the chains of the Rothschild BAR debt slave banking legal system. I suspect that your hazy vision of future liberty is merely white religious Mormon rule over the world. You are told that upon death you get your own little planet to lord over and all of the inhabitants are your slaves, yes? Sorta sounds to me like that's the "liberty" you want to enact upon this planet, instead of the afterlife.
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    11-16-2019, 04:38 PM
    I'm mostly past the point of supporting or opposing anything except freedom, since I have come to realize there's nothing I can do to stop it and no politician is going is going to do anything either. As I've said before, I'm more the color commentator in the booth during a football game, while you're the water boy spraying Gatorade into player's mouths. Having said that, I find it odd that conservatives advocate for competition/free market in all things except biological contests. That's apparently different for some reason. Never made much sense to me but most mainstream conservatives never seem to recognize their own hypocrisy, cognitive dissonance or lack of logical continuity to the platform. Cognitive dissonance is definitely a bipartisan issue. Further, since I have come to fully understand what is "illegal" about an "illegal immigrant", and have interacted with some and found them to be hard-working, family oriented people, not the stereotype you claim, I don't hold ill will toward them. My own immigration stance has become much more classic libertarian and much less conservative. "Illegal immigrants" are the most free people here and are not contractually bound to the legal jurisdictional game that's been foisted upon everyone by the bankers and their attorney foot soldiers that make up most of the legislatures. Freedom is something I do advocate and no amount of demonizing of immigrants is going to make me want to see them chained into this freedom-less legal system as "legal" or removed from the country because they aren't. Besides, human migration is as old as humanity itself. As a final note, to follow up my start f*ckin' comment, there's a lot of immigrants that are doing very well economically in my area (running successful businesses, buying/building/upgrading nice properties, etc) and are not the welfare whores you like to claim they are. In case you haven't noticed, the banker controllers are reversing national and global economics. At one time it was immigrants and Chinese that worked hard to make money for white people. That is slowly being reversed. Despite his rhetoric, this is why Trump does nothing about it and nothing changes. He's controlled by those same banker interests and his job to keep you pacified while the reversal continues. --------------------
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-15-2019, 03:24 PM
    So we can blame your ancestors for what has transpired since then? :p
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    11-15-2019, 02:13 PM
    Thanks for digging up the pics. Not quite what I asked for but it is apparently true that Lewiston ME has added 5000 Africans since 2001 to a town of ~35,000. I don't think it's quite the breathless existential crisis being painted though. As I've said in other immigration related threads, if you really think there's an existential crisis underway, there's only one answer. Start f*ckin'. Since it's a Vatican directed initiative, as you allude to, immigration as a whole is not going to stop so the only solution is the biological one. There is no political solution. There is only the natural one.
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    11-15-2019, 03:51 AM
    Sub Saharan Africans working frozen North American fishing ports. Gotta see pics of this asap. I eagerly await...
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    11-15-2019, 03:36 AM
    There's a lot of hispanics invading the far reachs of NH fishing boat harbors?
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    11-15-2019, 02:52 AM
    It's all bullshit made up numbers. Yes, there are a lot of immigrants here, some are lazy, most aren't. All of our families were immigrants at some point.
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    11-15-2019, 02:42 AM
    LOL. A muslim and two jews from Skull and Bones Univ. putting out a report about the number of hispanics. Can't make this stuff up. Oh wait... I remember when 30 million immigrants was the official number 10 years ago.
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    11-14-2019, 11:53 PM
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^ Such riveting drama! How will it turn out? Tune in next time to find out on The Apprentice: Oval Office Edition. Check local listings. (the folks at Langley are laughing their asses off that people actually believe there's a CIA whistleblower with the last name CIAramella.)
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    11-14-2019, 01:10 PM
    And that's why you push the Constitution Party instead. It's a really small and unknown party that isn't even on most ballots, compared to the Libertarian Party, which is the third largest party and is on most ballots.
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    11-13-2019, 12:17 PM
    Newly elected Rep. Dan Bishop is reported as being the first Congresscritter to publicly name him. He just won the NC9 special re-do election so he needs to create some sort of reason for people to vote for him again in the next election next year. https://www.wfae.org/post/rep-dan-bishop-offers-name-ukraine-whistleblower-social-media
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    11-12-2019, 04:10 PM
    You keep talking about due process so tell me what the term means. I can provide the link to Black's Law definition if you'd like.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-12-2019, 03:50 PM
    Define the legal term "due process".
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    11-12-2019, 01:27 PM
    Metals COMEX paper volume is at record highs. The suppression banks are pushing out as much short paper as they can to keep metals capped for as long as they can. It has little to do with rates or china.
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    11-12-2019, 01:21 PM
    Easy peasy. The liberty to live prosperously on the fruits of property stolen from -you- ;) You know the Trump clan is making out like bandits manipulating the stock markets via tweet, for example.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-12-2019, 12:04 PM
    You just don't stop with the constant mass collectivizing, do ya? You have an expert opinion on everyone while interacting with no one.
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    11-11-2019, 02:59 PM
    Part of strategy is not killing yourself with death by 1000 cuts. Hopefully conservatives and libertarians will be back on top of things and actively oppose the Dem governor instead of sitting idly by as an, apparently, lukewarm GOP governor raises taxes. Trump has proven how lazy conservatives get when the R is in office but spends most of his time actually furthering Democrat agendas. If Hillary had won, there would be fierce opposition to things that are, instead, now sailing right through unnoticed, such as Trump's executive expansion of Medicare, which no one even noticed.
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    11-11-2019, 12:55 PM
    We showed that we may oppose certain things for different reasons but a multi-partisan coalition with a $1000 budget can beat a corporate initiative with a $1,000,000 budget. Yes they spent $1m to push it through. And failed. A bellwether signal only applicable to our area perhaps, given our Agenda 21 2030 status, but certainly a sign that if the divide and conquer narrative can be broken through, people can come together to oppose that which affects us all.
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    11-11-2019, 12:23 PM
    Here's an encouraging data point. A county sales tax hike (largest county in NC) was voted down last week and a large percentage of Democrats opposed to it got it killed. It was voted down even in very heavy D precincts. The referendum was defeated handily overall, about 60-40. This is the sort of stuff the controllers don't want to see and why the constant divide and conquer games played by the media. Republicans, Dems and unaffiliated/third parties all finding common ground to oppose something that hits us all. Of course, the next day the local media (which are all now subsidiaries of giant corporate media) was putting out articles calling on the county commission to ignore the vote results and force the tax hike through any way. Sorta tells the story of what's really going on. A bunch of rubbish. Illegals don't vote and can't. I always enjoy reading posts that see into the souls of illegal immigrants yet CLEARLY DON'T KNOW ANY. Most are terrified of driving around for fear of deportation if they cross the wrong cop, much less setting foot into a voting center and casting an illegal vote for practically no real benefit at all. Vote fraud isn't perpetrated by illegal immigrants in any number that matters, it's perpetrated by party apparatus from both parties, with illegals being the easy scapegoat for it.
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    11-11-2019, 11:32 AM
    I don't even know what that means. I admit to not being knowledgeable of KY politics specifically and Bevin's actions as Governor but I do generally trust state LPs to be honest in their assessments. Did Bevin not ditch a libertarian Lt Gov for an establishment mate instead? He didn't sign off on a tax hike? He didn't oppose cannabis reform? I'm open to being educated on what happened but I certainly will trust a state LP's assessment of a candidate long before I trust a GOP assessment unless strong, strong evidence is presented to the contrary. I only drink RO water, btw. You lose credibility when you, in SS-esque fashion, quickly shoot off into "commie libtard!11!!" territory as a first response to someone's post.
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