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    Yesterday, 07:32 PM
    Congressional keg party at Kavanaugh's place in nearby Maryland, so that Javanka and Mitch McConnell can Boogie till Ya Puke at the SOTU. RBG will love it.
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    Yesterday, 06:20 PM
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Blocks President Trump Entry into Capitol Building – Confirms State of Union Speech Cancellation… It looks like Speaker of The House Nancy Pelosi has no intention of allowing the House chamber to be used for a State of the Union address. Speaker Pelosi has informed the House Sergeant at Arms that no executive branch official will be permitted entry into the Capitol building. Earlier Fox News reported Pelosi cancelled a walkthrough last week, and a second request for reconsideration from the White House is expected to meet the same fate. The House Speaker controls who is, and who is not, permitted entry to the House floor. Until Speaker Pelosi calls for a vote to support a joint session of congress, the President cannot enter the chamber.
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    Yesterday, 05:23 PM
    It's not illegal for the Corp of Engineers and National Guard units to build & repair walls and fences, that's for sure. There are many unit logos on the Operation Gatekeeper runway mat wall between San Diego and Jacumba, built in the '90's. There are also Corp of Engineer yards for equipment and supplies on the border. It takes upkeep just to keep the wall & fencing standing. The steel mat gets torch cut next to the posts and then smeared with mud to make them less noticeable, and you can knock the section of runway down easily. That's why I prefer a concrete pillars with gaps wall, although even those could be cut. BP looks for stuff like that and gets it fixed quickly. Unit logo on the runway mat wall, next to the Pacific Crest Trail head in Campo, CA. About 40 miles east of San Diego.
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    Yesterday, 01:07 PM
    They'll be feeling the love for limited government soon.
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    Yesterday, 12:00 PM
    LOL, them's some funny boys over at CNBC.
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    Yesterday, 08:58 AM
    Before Ben Garrison lost his marbles and became a TrumpTard.
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    01-21-2019, 10:13 PM
    Disunity Of U.S. Commmand Lets Afghan Rebels Win The War The U.S. war on Afghanistan continues to fail. Disunity of command and lack of political foresight guarantee that the U.S. will be losing it. Throughout the last months the 'moderate rebels' in Afghanistan made great strides against the U.S. sponsored government forces. Last week a convoy of some 40 trucks loaded with military equipment was ambushed and destroyed (pics, vid). It was the largest such incident since the Soviets left Afghanistan. Also last week a large bomb hit a security compound within the fortified international quarter of Kabul. At least five people died and some hundred were injured. On Sunday a car bomb hit the convoy of the governor of Logar province. Eight of his body guards died in the attack.
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    01-21-2019, 07:23 PM
    Thomas Massie & Covington Catholics
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    01-21-2019, 06:45 PM
    Written by Ron Paul Monday January 21, 2019 President Trump’s frustration with the Federal Reserve’s (minuscule) interest rate increases that he blames for the downturn in the stock market has reportedly led him to inquire if he has the authority to remove Fed Chairman Jerome Powell. Chairman Powell has stated that he would not comply with a presidential request for his resignation, meaning President Trump would have to fire Powell if Trump was serious about removing him. The law creating the Federal Reserve gives the president power to remove members of the Federal Reserve Board — including the chairman — “for cause.” The law is silent on what does, and does not, constitute a justifiable cause for removal. So, President Trump may be able to fire Powell for not tailoring monetary policy to the president’s liking. By firing Powell, President Trump would once and for all dispel the myth that the Federal Reserve is free from political interference. All modern presidents have tried to influence the Federal Reserve’s policies. Is Trump’s threatening to fire Powell worse than President Lyndon Johnson shoving a Fed chairman against a wall after the Federal Reserve increased interest rates? Or worse than President Carter “promoting” an uncooperative Fed chairman to Treasury secretary? Yet, until President Trump began attacking the Fed on Twitter, the only individuals expressing concerns about political interference with the Federal Reserve in recent years were those claiming the Audit the Fed bill politicizes monetary policy. The truth is that the audit bill, which was recently reintroduced in the House of Representatives by Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) and will soon be reintroduced in the Senate by Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), does not in any way expand Congress’ authority over the Fed. The bill simply authorizes the General Accountability Office to perform a full audit of the Fed’s conduct of monetary policy, including the Fed’s dealings with Wall Street and foreign central banks and governments.
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    01-21-2019, 06:29 PM
    Reagan's commandment has been updated to... Never speak ill of an Orange Republican.
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    01-21-2019, 04:19 PM
    Fire the Fed? Written by Ron Paul Monday January 21, 2019 President Trump’s frustration with the Federal Reserve’s (minuscule) interest rate increases that he blames for the downturn in the stock market has reportedly led him to inquire if he has the authority to remove Fed Chairman Jerome Powell. Chairman Powell has stated that he would not comply with a presidential request for his resignation, meaning President Trump would have to fire Powell if Trump was serious about removing him. The law creating the Federal Reserve gives the president power to remove members of the Federal Reserve Board — including the chairman — “for cause.” The law is silent on what does, and does not, constitute a justifiable cause for removal. So, President Trump may be able to fire Powell for not tailoring monetary policy to the president’s liking. By firing Powell, President Trump would once and for all dispel the myth that the Federal Reserve is free from political interference. All modern presidents have tried to influence the Federal Reserve’s policies. Is Trump’s threatening to fire Powell worse than President Lyndon Johnson shoving a Fed chairman against a wall after the Federal Reserve increased interest rates? Or worse than President Carter “promoting” an uncooperative Fed chairman to Treasury secretary?
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    01-21-2019, 02:27 PM
    She was horrible as California Attorney General. Screwed up the NICS background system so badly that it became very tough to buy a gun. I've bought several guns over the years in CA, but came up "Undecided" during her reign, due to some misdemeanor stuff 30 years ago. FFL's won't take the chance of selling you a firearm, even though they legally could. So no new shotgun for me, even though I'd already bought and paid for it. :mad: Did I get the bogus NICS fee of $25 dollars refunded, Hell NO!
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    01-21-2019, 12:00 PM
    World War 3 Alert: Iranian Forces Fire Rockets Into Israel, And The IDF Responds With “Waves Of Guided Missiles” Israel and Iran are edging dangerously close to a state of all-out war. On Sunday night, Israeli forces rained missiles down on Iranian forces based in the Damascus area “for nearly an hour”. According to the IDF, this was a response to “dozens” of missiles that were fired by Iranian forces in Syria toward targets in Israel earlier that day. The Israelis were able to intercept the Iranian missiles, but if any of them had gotten through they could have caused a tremendous amount of damage. Some of the missiles that Israel fired at the Iranians were reportedly intercepted, but quite a few of them did hit their intended targets. If the violence continues to escalate, we could potentially soon be talking about an all-out war between Israel and Iran in which both sides use their weapons of mass destruction. The missile strikes against Iranian targets in Damascus made headlines all over the globe. According to Syrian state media, there were “consecutive waves of guided missiles”… Syrian state media cited a Syrian military source as saying Israel launched an “intense attack through consecutive waves of guided missiles”, but that Syrian air defenses destroyed most of the “hostile targets”.
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    01-20-2019, 10:43 PM
    Those 500 troops are doing a heck of a job keeping the Somali Pirates from taking over the US Navy.
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    01-20-2019, 08:55 PM
    Syria says its air defenses intercept ‘most of Israeli missiles’ fired on Damascus An image released by the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) early on May 10, 2018 purportedly shows what the official news agency said was air defense systems intercepting Israeli missiles over Syrian airspace, without specifying the location. (Photo by AFP) Syrian media reported on Sunday that the country’s air defenses have thwarted an Israeli aerial attack on targets in the capital Damascus, intercepting and shooting down several missiles. A military source told Syria's official news agency SANA that "at 01:10 o’clock (local time) on Monday, January 21, 2019, the Israeli enemy launched land and air strikes and through successive waves of guided missiles." The source added that "immediately our air defenses dealt with the situation and intercepted the hostile missiles, downing most of them before reaching their targets as they continue their heroic response to the aggression."
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    01-20-2019, 07:05 PM
    More golf and foreign junkets to Ashcanistan, etc. will best serve the national interest. Pelosi has the right idea in abandoning the swamp. If they have to stay in the beltway zone, how about a keg party at Kavanaugh's place?
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    01-20-2019, 05:41 PM
    The 1st Reconquista Republican Amnesty
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    01-20-2019, 03:50 PM
    RonZeplin replied to a thread Rand Paul on CNN in Rand Paul Forum
    CNN sure picked a dopey looking frame to start this off. :down:
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    01-20-2019, 02:39 PM
    These upstanding Americans have been schooled in the US Constitution and the rule of law, maybe some of their knowledge will rub off on the President? :pray: It's a great honor for The Donald to be in the presence of such learned Americans. It's never too late to learn.
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    01-20-2019, 12:25 PM
    Facing populist assault, global elites regroup in Davos DAVOS, Switzerland (AP) — As the world’s financial and political elites convene here in the Swiss Alps for the World Economic Forum, their vision of ever-closer commercial and political ties is under attack — and the economic outlook is darkening. Britain’s political system has been thrown into chaos as the country negotiates a messy divorce from the European Union. Under President Donald Trump, the United States is imposing trade sanctions on friend and foe alike, and the government is paralyzed by a partial shutdown over immigration policy that forced Trump and a high-level U.S. delegation to cancel the trip to Davos. A year after getting a standing ovation from the elites at Davos, French President Emmanuel Macron is sinking in the polls as he contends with “yellow vest” protesters who have taken to the streets to call for higher wages and fairer pensions. Nationalist political movements are gaining strength across Europe.
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    01-20-2019, 12:52 AM
    Apparently it was a technology gathering. One of Africa’s most innovative fintech startups lost six colleagues in the Nairobi attack
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    01-19-2019, 11:15 PM
    Looks like Jeb! and Karl Rove are getting the last laugh.
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    01-19-2019, 07:50 PM
    Reminds me of LBJ's war in Vietnam. Ouch! RIP. :brokenheart: A big deal, especially for those of us caught in the draft.
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    01-19-2019, 07:15 PM
    Yes, an Aztlán Chess move.
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