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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    Today, 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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    Today, 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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    Today, 11:41 AM
    Lawrence Vance gets it.
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    Today, 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
    Today, 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
    Today, 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
    Today, 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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    Today, 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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    Today, 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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    Today, 06:31 AM
    Really?? And how do you know that? Is there a minimum effort that goes along with that? Are employees required by law to provide at least $20 of value each hour to their employer? Don't you think it's rather arrogant to think that you know better than each individual worker and employer what their value is worth to each other? And don't you think it's heartless to prevent those who are unable to provide $20 of value per hour, either through lack of skills or knowledge, the ability to at least make something while gaining those skills and knowledge?
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  • CaptUSA's Avatar
    Today, 06:21 AM
    Here's a breakdown by state: Looks like Alabama's is set to expire this week - will Kay Ivey (R) extend it? Arkansas expires at the end of the month... Asa Hutchinson (R)?? Indiana expires at the end of the month - Gov Holcomb (R)?? Iowa quietly dropped their mandate on Feb 7th Montana's order expired on Feb 12th NH is set to expire this month - Sununu (R)??? ND expired Jan 18th Utah is set to expire on March 25th - Gov Cox (R)?
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    Today, 05:57 AM
    Think about how irrational that is. Should Captain Hook be removed from Peter Pan because it portrays handicapped people as evil? Hannibal Lecter was a middle-aged white guy - shall we consider it a commentary that middle-aged white guys are cannibals?? Emperor Palpatine was a decrepit old politician - does that mean all decrepit old politicians are the embodiment of the dark side?? Eh, maybe that last one is a bad example. The point is that "characters" by their very definition are distinctive to an individual.
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    Yesterday, 07:32 PM
    Let’s hope. I doubt it’ll happen, but I’d love to see those blue states take their punishment. Watch all the jobs go to states that are open. Watch the cowering weenies cry in their basements.
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    Yesterday, 07:23 PM
    Let’s hope this gives some balls to others. We really need to get this thing to snowball. (Sorry, gov)
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    Yesterday, 05:38 PM
    What do we want?! More money!!! What don’t we understand?! Economics!!
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:03 PM
    I've heard this, or numbers in this range, from a couple places. Is this actually true, that the minimum wage at some point in the past was that ridiculously high? If it is, then what's the catch? Because that is such a ludicrous idea, that if it's true, there has to be a catch. Edit: Looks like the highest MW, indexed for inflation, was in the late 60's, when it was about $11.50/hr in today's dollars. So the liberals giving numbers in the 20's are either flat out lying or playing some kind of games with the data.
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    Yesterday, 04:37 PM
    Almost primary season......he had to go big after snowpocalypse.
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    Yesterday, 12:16 PM
    Nevermind that! Did you hear he spoke badly to a few women?! Killing thousands and covering it up is one thing, but hurting feelings is unforgivable.
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    Yesterday, 12:14 PM
    Annnddd, they're gone. Insanity. You know, kids don't see things the way these idiots do. They don't see a character in a cartoon and think that people in real life are like that character or that the character is a representation of a group of people. Kids look at these characters as individual characters. If they look, act, or talk a certain way, that's unique to the specific character. It's only racists that look at these things and say that because this specific character is portrayed badly, that it means that anyone that looks like this character is being portrayed badly. How could you get more racist?!
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:13 AM
    Who did what? Apparently yes, whatever it is is over my head.
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    Yesterday, 09:20 AM
    And more than just having teeth, it will also get down to actually applying this. It requires either the AG or the legislature to go through the process of actually deeming orders and laws unconstitutional. They may want to pass a bill like this to get credit for standing up for the Constitution, but then never actually put it to use. Even if the only effect will be that state LE won't enforce those particular orders and laws, if nothing is being done right now to stop them from doing that, then passing another bill that does nothing more than essentially declare that the state reserves the right to do it won't make them start doing it.
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    Yesterday, 08:44 AM
    It looks like in practice, all this means is that state law enforcement won't enforce the executive orders that get deemed unconstitutional. But what's the status quo? Can't the governor just opt not to enforce them already? Federal agents will still be able to enforce them in the state either way.
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  • CaptUSA's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:36 AM
    I'm sure they just got the date wrong... It's gotta be April 3rd. You know, 4/3/21.
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    Yesterday, 05:55 AM
    I'm sure there will be plenty of Baghdad Bob's in here that will believe this.
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    03-01-2021, 07:27 PM
    It also shows what happens when these sites give you a merit badge for voting.
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    03-01-2021, 06:51 PM
    Read the article. It’s the best piece of journalism so far this year. Just read it. Then spread it.
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  • Invisible Man's Avatar
    03-01-2021, 03:35 PM
    What is "universal signature matching"? Most of the items on that list look like things that I would expect to be matters of state law. But then that one, because it uses the word "universal" looks like something he's trying to make federal. Is that not what "universal" means there? I guess the same thing could be said about the way he includes "100%" in point #6.
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  • CaptUSA's Avatar
    03-01-2021, 02:08 PM
    Unfortunately, we'll never know what's going on because we don't have "scientists" looking at this - we have "scientific analysts" that provide confirmation data for whatever the prevailing narrative is. Are flu deaths being counted as Covid? Probably likely. Does the Covid virus prevent the flu virus from transmitting data? Could be. Do any of these preventative measures stop viruses from moving in a large population? Probably not. Is this just a coincidence? Doubtful, but it's possible. I'd like to understand this, but we will never get there under the current circumstances. People will cling to whatever answer will validate their chosen narrative. And any conflicting information will be washed away.
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