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    Today, 10:18 AM
    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2017/11/david-hathaway/2830-appendectomy-in-mexico/
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Today, 10:12 AM
    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2017/11/fred-reed/mexico-as-it-is-and-wasnt-some-stuff-wroth-knowing/
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    Today, 09:46 AM
    Legalization = partial FAIL. DECRIMINALIZE, damn it!
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:54 PM
    Making solar panels is a dangerous occupation as the process can be quite poisonous to the environment and the workers. That is the main reason they are not made in the US. What this will do is kill solar companies in the US that install panels, as it will become too expensive to keep customers.
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:49 PM
    Absolutely. End the WoD and get .gov out of the medical business.
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  • 1stvermont's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:02 PM
    I watched the movies first, loved them and than read the books. Fell in love with tolkien and read books on the mind that produced lotr. I especially loved the libertarian shire.
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    Yesterday, 07:59 PM
    Main References -The Letters of J.R.R Tolkien edited by Humphrey Carpenter with the assistance of Christopher Tolkien Houghton Mifflin 2000 -J.R.R Tolkien The Authorized Biography Humphrey carpenter Houghton Mifflin company NY 2000 -The Inklings C.S Lewis J.R.R Tolkien, Charles Williams and their friends. Humphrey Carpenter Harper Collins Publishers 2006 -Ents, Elves, and Eriador the Environmental Vision of J.R.R Tolkien by Matthew Dickerson and Jonathan Evans Kentucky University press 2006. -The Hobbit party the vision of freedom that Tolkien got, and the west forgot by Jonathan Witt and Jay W. Richards Ignatius Press San Francisco 2014 -The Gospel according to Tolkien visions of the kingdom in middle earth by Ralph C. Wood Westminster John Knox Press 2003 -Finding God in the lord of the rings by Kurt Bruner and Jim Ware Salt river 2001
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:39 PM
    Exactly-and we don't even know if he was "guilty" of a misdemeanor. Had a friend who pled guilty & went under the same kind of youth program, because he was threatened with juvenile detention. His crime? Playing in a park after 10 PM.
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    Yesterday, 01:42 PM
    I'm surprised Chucky didn't ask for the Moon.
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    Yesterday, 01:40 PM
    @ r3volution 3.0. When you convert pounds to dollars the difference in cost is roughly what The Count posted. About $4-5000 more in the US per capita. But I don't know what historical European immigration has to do with illegals voting here. They've estimated that immigrants from 111 countries are crossing the border. There's probably a lot more diversity going on then we can measure or care to admit.
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    Yesterday, 01:11 PM
    Been to Mexico a lot and they are wonderful people. Have US friends that will only go to dentists & doctors in Mexico because the care is excellent & the low prices are unbelievable.
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    Yesterday, 01:09 PM
    No. America's crime rates would be a lot lower if we got rid ot the WoD & the Wot- unfortunately this is a huge profit machine for the alphabets & MIC. Most US crime isn't immigrant based- it's "victimless crime" based- meaning years in jail for smoking a joint.
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    Yesterday, 12:29 PM
    Excellent, let's keep it that way, and get rid of as many that are here illegally as possible.
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    Yesterday, 12:23 PM
    Y'all better stop dismissing this and be prepared to get active this year.
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  • 1stvermont's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:40 AM
    i would rather suggest you have misunderstood the bible and its laws. please read here http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?516330-Responding-to-Common-Objections-to-the-Bible-OT-Death-Penalty-Laws-and-Similar-Objections Understand the biblical worldview and the early america one of morals and right and wrong in many ways differs from our modern liberal view.
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    Yesterday, 06:54 AM
    Biblical and Christian Themes in the LOTR “I am a Christian, that fact can be deduced from my stories.” -J.R.R Tolkien “The Lord of the Rings is of course a fundamentally religious and Catholic work.” -J.R.R Tolkien “The religious element is absorbed into the story and the symbolism.” -J.R.R Tolkien
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    Yesterday, 06:54 AM
    His Life John Ronald Reuel Tolkien was born to Arthur Tolkien, who was of German ancestry and third generation English and English woman, Mabel Suffeld on the night of Jan 3 1892. Arthur and Mabel had been married on April 16, 1891. Tolkien would later say, “I am in fact far more a Suffeld than a Tolkien and English than German.” As a baby in South Africa, Tolkien was once stolen by a black boy named Issac. The boy stole him so he could show off with pride a white baby to his village. He was also once bitten by a tarantula; luckily a nurse grabbed him and sucked out the poison, saving his life. . In the spring of 1895, his mother, Mabel, took him and his brother back to England, leaving his father for some time in South Africa to visit family. Soon after, in February of 1896, Tolkien’s father, Arthur, dies. Mabel then returns for good to England with Tolkien and his younger brother Hilary. After living for a short time in Birmingham, they move south and rent a cottage in the town of Sarehole mill. Tolkien was raised in poverty. In 1900, Mabel converted from Anglican to Catholic and they moved into the city. Tolkien and his brother then attend King Edwards School. When his mother joined the Catholic Church, their extended family was resentful and most cut off all their funds and support. Most of their family had been Baptist/Anglican and Unitarian. Tolkien’s fathers had been an Anglican and his father’s side of family was mostly Baptist. At age 10, Tolkien attended St. Phillips School where Father Francis Xavier Morgan had a big influence on his life. He smoked a large cherry wood pipe, Tolkien stated that “my own later addiction to the pipe derived from this.” In 1904, Mabel is found to have diabetes and dies in November, at the age of 34. Before his mother’s death, she gave Father Francis guardianship of her sons. By 1908, the boys move to Mrs. Faulkner’s house on duchess road. This is where Tolkien met Edith Bratt, his future wife. Edith was an Anglican and conservative, actively attending party meetings. Tolkien’s first diary entry of the new year read, “God help me, feel weak and weary, New Years Day, 1910.” Later, in 1911, while at King Edwards School in Birmingham, Tolkien, Rob Golson, Geoffery Smith and Christopher Weisman formed TCBS “Tea Club and Barrovian Society.” TCBS was designed to testify for god and truth. Tolkien’s best friend Chris Wiseman said regarding Tolkien, “he was by nature cheerful...with a great zeal for life.” Wiseman, a staunch Methodist, said they would argue religion without bitterness. Tolkien excelled with languages and words. He studied and learned many languages while at King Edwards. These included German, French, Greek, Latin, Anglo Saxson, Middle English, Spanish, Welsh, and Gothic. He even started to invent his own language by the age of 16. Later in his life, he would also learn more languages as well as inventing his own. A lover of words and languages, Tolkien once said, “as if something had stirred me, half awakened from sleep, there was something very remote and strange and beautiful behind these words.”
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    Yesterday, 03:09 AM
    I take it you don't see the trick here, eh? This passage is WIDE OPEN to interpretation. It could mean almost anything. "Holy spirit", to my meager knowledge is defined nowhere in the bible - certainly not in a way that would meet even the lowest standards of rigor. So even if we accept it as true, it still tells you nothing beyond that which is vague. No big sin there, mind you, but a point of which any man should be keenly aware. Now consider that "the Spirit teaches you". This speaks in strong accord with my own beliefs about God having given us everything we need to live the life of man with propriety, grace, and joy. Witness how any ten men placed together in a room will hold at least eleven interpretations of a given passage. GuaRONtee. Therefore, that passage means different things to different people. The passage says the Holy Spirit will not lead you astray. Therefore, the widely differing interpretations are all valid, including the ones that say "this is gibberish to me". This all underscores my view that the bible is only one avenue to understanding and that it is not for all people, such as myself. It also illustrates the tricky, dare I say devilish, nature of linguistic communication. And this is why people need to tread lightly where such subjects are concerned. What blossoms with resonance and meaning for some, falls dead for others, yet it is all valid because the Holy Spirit guides each man in his own way toward truth fit to his needs. They may be different from those suited to others. If folks got this clue and accepted it, we would not have crazy people in the middle east, for example, running about sawing the heads off of those with whom they disagree.
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    Yesterday, 03:08 AM
    What’s Behind the Coming Democratic Wave http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/01/19/blue-state-blues-whats-behind-coming-democratic-surge/ by Joel B. Pollak19 Jan 2018 Saturday marks the completion of Donald Trump’s first year as president. It has been a year of remarkable accomplishments. So why are Republicans in trouble? Trump signed a tax reform law bolder than the one Ronald Reagan signed in his sixth year in office. He appointed a new Supreme Court justice and set a record for appointments to the federal appellate bench. He rolled back federal regulations and he fulfilled a promise to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, among many other achievements.
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    Yesterday, 02:53 AM
    Bad medicine went a long way toward killing my father, father in law, and almost killed my mother in law. Depending on whose research you want to believe, 80,000 to 250,000 people die every year from "medical mistakes and misadventures". Sue 'em fucking blind. I'd be in jail if I conducted myself professionally in the same manner.
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    Yesterday, 02:48 AM
    Yes, culturally and politically poisonous to the ideas of limited government, individual rights and non interventionism. I don't want a bunch of German socialists here, any more than I want a bunch Honduran MS13 here.
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    Yesterday, 02:46 AM
    Had to double check that... Immigrants overwhelmingly favored and voted for Wilson, FDR and LBJ.
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