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    Today, 10:59 AM
    Whether or not he ends up running, he will keep that speculation open as long as he's alive.
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  • CaptUSA's Avatar
    Today, 10:57 AM
    Come on, guys... we don't need to do this. Things are bad enough without trying to exaggerate or mislead. Just makes us look dumb. He was obviously asking about the format of the meeting transitioning to the Q&A segment.
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    Today, 09:32 AM
    I agree with you about Greenwald. But I also agree that this particular line of argument from him does seem new to me. He's always been a big ally on civil liberties, but I don't remember him really being one on economic issues. I wouldn't have expected him to accuse people of supporting central management of parts of the economy as if he considers that a bad thing. I might have misjudged him on that though, maybe just because economic issues are not his hobby horse.
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    Today, 09:15 AM
    "You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Krugminator2 again." Tucker Carlson followed a similar path to some frequent posters here. He's a former Ron Paul supporter who has since that time repudiated the core ideas Paul ran on.
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    Today, 09:11 AM
    There were a lot of threads here that would serve as good examples. There was even this big rally on January 6 when Trump and a bunch of his followers insisted that Pence and Congress were not supposed to count the delegates the states certified. It was a big deal. It was in the news. And of course Trump himself has always been for nationalizing elections and eliminating the electoral college. That's nothing new for him.
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    Today, 09:02 AM
    Remember when from November of last year through January of this year Trumpers saw letting states run their own elections as intolerable? What a difference a month-and-a-half makes.
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    Today, 08:44 AM
    Trump appears to intend to run in 2024. And he appears to be the front-runner. Even if he doesn't have the party establishment behind him, and in spite of all his baggage, he'd still be the odds on favorite to get the Republican nomination if he does run. A lot can change in 3 years. But it seems to me that we should work with the assumption that he is the Republican front runner, and being this far ahead of an election never stopped us from criticizing people in that position before. We should treat him the same way we would have treated anyone else in that position from the vantage point of this site's mission. And while the opinions of outsiders who frequent the site with other agendas that oppose our mission are welcome, we shouldn't let them make us feel like we need to cater to them.
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  • CaptUSA's Avatar
    Today, 08:38 AM
    Unfortunately, this is bleeding over into private schools as well. The institutions are definitely pushing it hard, but we gotta remember that these institutions are run by people. And right now, the people have lost their damned minds. Even the ones who sense something is wrong with all this are afraid to speak up for fear of being labeled as a racist. When, in fact, those pushing these types of things couldn't be more racist! This goes back to "intellectual" pursuits vs. real world concrete pursuits. We've fooled generations of people into thinking they can pursue intellectualism lazily. So you get people attracted to the fields like education, journalism, law, politics, or the arts, without the empirical academic rigor that those fields should entail. And they're safe because unlike real-world pursuits, if they produce shoddy products, they pay no price for being wrong. Whereas, if you or I mess up, your employer or customer will know pretty quickly. What's worse, is that they're ALL lazy now and don't even realize it. Something like 95% of people in those fields, not only think in a similar way, but they think they're right and you're too stupid to understand how smart they are!
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  • CaptUSA's Avatar
    Today, 06:46 AM
    Don't forget to add that this meme has been "fact-checked" and deemed to be misleading. Never mind that this fact check is for a different meme of similar content - they still applied it to this meme. Never mind that the fact check misses the entire point of the meme. Never mind that the fact check doesn't mention that WAP was named NPR's song of the year in a flattering piece about how in spite of the bad in 2020, it gave us some really great music! Never mind that neither the pulling of Dr. Seuss books, nor the promotion of WAP was based on demand. (Those books still sell and WAP wasn't even in the top 20 songs sold or streamed in 2020) Another thing I'm seeing is that there's a perception is that this is the free market in action. A company decided to stop selling their books out of their moral concern; they weren't "forced" to stop selling them. And WAP was a hit song because people like it.
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:45 PM
    I was thinking more about the spin that has dominated here at this website. But yes, you're right that since 2016, this has been pretty interchangeable with Trump's own spin/Fox News/Limbaugh-Hannity-etc.
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  • CCTelander's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:07 PM
    Sadly, I have no trouble at all believing that this will be borne out as truth. Welcome to the Trump legacy.
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:09 PM
    If you're confused about which parties bear blame and how much of it when it comes to these COVID responses that are imposed by partnerships between the state and federal governments, the rule of thumb is that when Trump was president, 100% of the blame belonged to the governors, but now that Biden is president, we can blame him too.
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  • CaptUSA's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:04 PM
    If this is true, that judge needs immediately removed.
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:21 AM
    What were those mask police going to do in Texas anyway? Just enforce mask mandates on federal property?
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:43 AM
    Remember earlier, when PRB's line was this? And then it was this? And now after seeing that Alaska's state government website does give up to date numbers of both registered voters and residents who are 18 an over (which has to be higher than the number of eligible voters), and shows that the former is far greater than the latter by an amount far in excess of any reasonable margin of error, PRB's line is that the Alaska state government website isn't reliable. Earlier, before PRB realized that it supported our claims, the Alaska state government website was all PRB would accept.
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    03-03-2021, 05:07 PM
    It should be zero for very obvious logical and ethical reasons. If you want to offer your labor to someone else for one cent per year, and they agree to pay you that, I have no right to tell you you can't do it.
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    03-03-2021, 02:07 PM
    I'm not asking you to assume that. I'm asking you to dig into the actual details and provide support for the dogmatic claims your making. Have you looked at their data? A minute ago you agreed that they only need to be accurate to within a margin that's less than the difference between the numbers of eligible voters and registered voters. That's a huge margin. We're not talking about some subjective touchy feely evaluation of reliable versus unreliable. We're talking about actual numbers. So again, if you look at that data and see a way to squeeze an extra 50,000+ people into Alaska's estimate of the number of people over 18 in the state, then please show it. If you think we can agree that they're liable to be off by anything close to that amount, then you're wrong, we can't agree on that. If you don't want to bother looking at the proof that's been provided to you, then the claim that they have more registered voters than eligible voters stands proven, and you should stop saying it hasn't been just because you assume the numbers could be off by a little bit.
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    03-03-2021, 01:33 PM
    It's proven. I showed you the proof. You just chose not to look at it. You being unaware of something (in this case by choice) is not the same as its nonexistence. If you see any way to avoid the conclusion that Alaska has more registered voters than eligible voters, then please show that using the data from Alaska's own website.
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    03-03-2021, 01:24 PM
    No you don't. You only have to assume that it's accurate to within a margin of error that's less than the difference between it and the number of registered voters. We haven't discussed each and every state and county. But Alaska has been used as an example, and it's been shown irrefutably that this is the case for at least that state.
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    03-03-2021, 12:20 PM
    I'd say those are good guesses. I won't check them out because I grant that you're probably right. I don't see why it matters though. If she voted no on those bills for leftist reasons, then it's too bad some of the Republican senators on those lists didn't also vote no on those same bills for those same leftist reasons.
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    03-03-2021, 11:50 AM
    One of the advantages of this theory is that it allows its adherents to buy some time to save face by switching the date to 4/3 after 3/4 passes and saying that that's what they meant all along.
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    03-03-2021, 11:41 AM
    Lawrence Vance gets it.
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    03-03-2021, 11:26 AM
    It seems like all you're doing is drawing some kind of line of guilt by association from Cecil Rhodes to every Rhodes scholar. That doesn't make sense. Getting a Rhodes scholarship doesn't entail an invitation to secret meetings. It may well be true that there's a lot of overlap there, because Rhodes scholarships get awarded to the kinds of people who are the most likely to be politically powerful. And I have no doubt that people who do get awarded them are likely to be made into anglophiles by their experience. But that's a far cry from some kind of conspiracy where something happens to them at Oxford, aside from a pretty normal academic experience, that turns them into Manchurian candidates. And the OP wasn't just about Rhodes scholars, but anyone who went to Oxford at all.
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    03-03-2021, 10:51 AM
    No. It's you who is misrepresenting the point, at least the point my initial question was addressing. I am not talking about Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, Princeton, and Yale being nursings for the Anglo-American Financial Elite. I am talking specifically about Oxford, and specifically about the claim that having cabinet members studying there indicates that the US is effectively a British colony.
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    03-03-2021, 10:11 AM
    That works against you. Since the number of registered voters in some places exceeds the number of adults living there, then it must exceed the number of eligible voters by even more than that.
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    03-03-2021, 09:58 AM
    And these books show that everybody who takes a class at Oxford works for the deep state under the employment of the United Kingdom, or something like that? I'm pretty sure that Tragedy and Hope does not support that claim, or anything similar to it.
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    03-03-2021, 09:32 AM
    Watching Youtube videos doesn't count as studying history. And I'm not going to waste time watching videos anyway. If you have anything serious, then it's in writing. Do you? But to get to the gist, are you suggesting that if I went to take some classes at Oxford, somehow that would make me part of the deep state?
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    03-03-2021, 09:00 AM
    How does having cabinet members who studied at Oxford mean that the US is under the rule of the UK?
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