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    10-10-2017, 07:20 PM
    “Go to confession.” “Don’t eat meat on Fridays.” “God curses thoughs that curse Israeli.” Things that Mom Says
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    10-05-2017, 06:00 PM
    According to the Natural Law, which is codified in the Constitution by the 2nd & 9th Amendments of the Bill of Rights, individuals can own any firearms, including rocket launchers, and explosives, including nuclear bombs, BUT property owners can only lawfully own an explosive with a blast radius small enough to only destroy their own property. If you own a bomb that has a blast radius large enough destroy my property as well, then that device is a threat to my life, liberty and property. I (and your other neighbors) have a Right to disarm and neutralize that threat. There’s your line.
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    10-03-2017, 06:09 PM
    Just, wow.
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    10-01-2017, 04:10 PM
    Just more utopians trying to use force to enact the marvelous dreams they envision in their heads.
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    09-30-2017, 09:32 PM
    That is bold statement. You don't care how you are robbed? Even if a different method of robbery is easier to circumvent? I do. Lower taxes are always preferable to higher taxes, period. So if it doesn't matter why don't they just raise income taxes to 60%? Since it doesn't matter I'm sure it would have no effect on your liberty :rolleyes: I'm sorry but of course tax rates matter (even when the govt has a printing press). The truth is, the Feds are out of control and will continue spending no matter what. If they raise taxes the taxpayers will pay the piper now as the tax eaters continue to feed (until the productive go Galt). If they lower taxes holders of bonds, dollars, US stocks, and Govt IOU's (SS, Medicare, Medicaid) will pay for the spending later. Either way the country is screwed. Although the latter allows economically literate individuals to withdraw their savings from the system before it implodes. I'd take lower taxes any day.
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    09-30-2017, 05:09 PM
    Look this isn't a cult. The reason I agree with the Bill of Rights, Natural Law and Dr. Paul is because the philosophy makes logical sense. I trust in the math. I use reason when forming my opinions. While I believe that Dr. Paul is right that spending is a more important (in terms of size of govt.) than taxation, I do not believe for a minute that they are the same. A sovereign state (or individual) always has a right to default on obligations.The Fed will never honestly default but either way I don't have to hold dollars. Now, will most people suffer because of the coming devaluation of the dollar? Yes, and this is what Dr. Paul is saying. It doesn't matter what the tax rate is, the spending rate will cause the Fed to monetize the debt. I disagree that the tax rate is meaningless though. If (and ifs are always iffy) a President and Congress was able to pass reform that actually lowered taxes, even if it didn't lower spending, it would be a step in the right direction. If the way we lower federal taxes is to require the citizens of high tax states to suffer the consequences of their own states legislatures and actually pay their taxes without federal help then so be it. It's an incremental step in the direction of liberty. I'll take it.
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    09-30-2017, 02:06 PM
    I just think its funny how half the country thinks they're resisting oppression by kneeling while the other half thinks that standing is an act of observance. Up is down and black is white. Just another day in Bizarro World.
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    09-30-2017, 11:19 AM
    Someone will pay for all this spending. I say it's going to be those holding bonds, dollars and stocks denominated in dollars. If those in low tax states can keep more of their fiat dollars, from the IRS, and convert them into real money before this whole house of cards comes crashing down the better. These states should be rewarded for fiscal prudence. Big government states should not be able to pay less taxes because they choose to tax themselves more. That is their choice. They should see and feel those results good and hard. Besides, I believe your central point to be a fallacy. Alternative non-fiat forms of money i.e. gold and silver enable you to escape devaluation. Taxes do not equal spending if I can buy silver and protect my savings. The bills will come due but not everyone will be splitting the tab when this whole thing comes crashing down. This, coming from a guy from NJ.
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    09-30-2017, 10:11 AM
    How is allowing residents of NY, NJ and California to pay their own tax rates (the ones that they chose for themselves) a totalitarian act? It might actually wake some people up. Half will want lower taxes. Half will want secession. Win-win-win. The removal of the state and local deduction encourages lower state and local government taxes. It might also encourage principled State candidates to run on more radical plaforms (in low tax states) like abolishing property taxes entirely. Sounds good to me.
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    09-30-2017, 08:14 AM
    I guess my point is that the history of banking is important when discussing Israel and US Elections. The same people who control US Elections (Fiat Banking Empire) control Israel and visa versa. It's not "meddling" per se if the people who run the show influence the election. It's only meddling when the "rogue" (independent) nations like Russia, China and Iran do it ;)
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    09-30-2017, 06:36 AM
    This goes back much further than the Zionist Movement of the 19th Century. Like most of our most fundamental Western institutions, this story has its roots in Rome and the Roman Catholic Church. After the collapse of the Roman Empire, In both Charlemagne's Empire and the Medieval Feudal Period that followed it, USURY (lending money at interest) was outlawed between Catholics and any usurious property owners were subject to punishment under Roman Law. Under Jewish Law, Jews were forbidden from lending money at interest to other Jews, BUT not to none believers. This situation created incentives for Jews, who could neither own land under the Feudal System nor be excommunicated under Medieval Canon Law, to become bankers and financiers. Some in the Jewish Community, like the Rothschilds (Red Shield), came to dominate the world of finance and banking from roughly the Renaissance to the Present. (Quite a feat I would say.) This is not to say that this is a genetic, racial or "Jewish Problem" like Nordics & Anglos said it was in the 1920s and 1930s (in both America and Europe). What we are really dealing with is a Jewish/Anglo Banking Mafia which like the (much less powerful and much publicized) Italian Mafia is real and dangerous BUT unrepresentative of the rest of their race. You don't condemn all Italians for the Mafia. You shouldn't condemn all Jews for the Banking Mafia.
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    09-29-2017, 05:03 PM
    A "good electoral trashing" meaning more Roy Moore's or more Nancy Pelosi's? If you think the Democrats are going to take Congress in a wave similar to the Republicans in 2010, you are sadly (happily) mistaken. The Democratic Party is coastal, out of cash, without ideas and without leaders. How sweet it is.
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    09-29-2017, 03:54 PM
    I stand by my assertion in November. The Hamiltonian Nationalists are retaking the Republican Party. Even as a Jeffersonian Individualist, I believe this to be a positive step in the right direction. What say you?
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    09-29-2017, 03:22 PM
    Truth, it's a racket like everything else. In regards to the rest of Swordsmyth post, I completely agree that Trump's Tax Plan is a step in the right direction. I live in NJ. The suburban yuppy "NYC Commuting Class" (statist social-engineers who believe that they make the big bucks because they are soooo much more talented than the rest of fly-over America :rolleyes:) deserves a swift kick in the ass. Property taxes in my home town average $12,000 per year. The only way to "make it" is to have an income large enough to deduct the taxes in their entirety. Working class people get hosed (and the smart ones leave). All the while, the working class is being systematically replaced by an underclass of foreigners too desperate for work and too uneducated to protect their Natural Rights from this pretenscious, parasitic, unskilled, Fiat Banking "Nobility". I say let it burn.
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