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    03-23-2017, 10:42 AM
    Obama's mother in-law lived at the White House the whole time they were there. Never heard a peep about it from the media.
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    03-23-2017, 07:52 AM
    Because Chinese have no inherit desire to save Western Civilization and their geopolitical interests revolve solely around China.
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    03-23-2017, 05:42 AM
    Unfortunately, I'd wager the vast majority of the attacks on migrants are by other migrants. These are just a horribly violent group of people we are talking about. Germany is in desperate need of home grown militias to take care of the migrant problem, but don't see it happening. If Germany is to be liberated, it will probably be by an invading army of Russians, Czechs and/or Poles.
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    03-22-2017, 04:06 PM
    How exactly would he do that? Trump has been dealing with Deep State Sabotage on a near daily basis for the past 50 days. If Trump were strong enough to depose Ryan he never would have allowed him to get elected Speaker again in the first place. Trump can't depose Ryan on purely ideological grounds because the Establishment is still too powerful. Pointing out that Ryan is an establishment shill and cuck of the highest order won't do the trick. He needs something else. He needs Ryan to fail. If Ryan can't even deliver on a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare (something backed by 100% of Republicans) then what can he deliver on? What good is he?
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    03-22-2017, 09:34 AM
    Don Jr. proved during the course of the campaign that he is the one who inherited his father's wit and charm. Ivanka is pretty and calculating, but won't be nearly as pretty eight years from now. Don Jr. is the chosen one.
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    03-22-2017, 09:30 AM
    Rand says they are on the same side.
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    03-22-2017, 07:12 AM
    Could this have been Trump's plan all along? Go through the motions supporting Ryan's plan and then when it fails use that as the pretext of getting rid of his most powerful enemy in Congress? I noticed on CNN this morning that despite the anchor doing everything she could to paint Rand's opposition to the bill as opposition to Trump, Rand refused to take the bait and instead laid blame for the bill squarely on Ryan while insisting that he and Trump were on the same side. Could Rand and Trump have masterminded this whole thing?
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    03-22-2017, 07:01 AM
    Trump isn't the one who gives a shit whether NATO exists or not. Forcing the Globalists in Germany to put up or shut up is a brilliant way to undermine support for NATO without giving the Globalist a valid avenue of counterattack. If Germany cuts domestic spending to appease Trump, it erodes support for NATO within Germany. If Germany refuses, it erodes support for NATO within the United States.
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    03-21-2017, 04:36 PM
    Her argument is poor. I'm as pro-abortion as anybody. Abortion targets criminals, Leftists, and other assorted scum and God knows what this country would look like right now if not for the eugenic benefit of millions of aborted undesirables. But pro-life people are not "hypocrites". Their argument is that fetuses are people and should therefore be covered under murder laws. Since nearly all libertarians except for true anarcho capitalists believe in murder laws, there is no hypocrisy. Just a dispute over whether a fetus is a "person" or not.
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    03-18-2017, 08:07 PM
    Trump is a negotiator, not a liar. The MSM still doesn't understand him because they are used to dealing with politicians rather than businessmen.
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    03-15-2017, 06:53 PM
    Yes, I was. Today is the 100th anniversary of the abdication of the Czar, whose imperial tri-color once again flies over the Kremlin instead of the Hammer and Sickle. This is what this whole "Russia" business is all about. The people criticizing Russia today were the same group who cackled with glee when word of the Imperial Family's murder reached our shores. Rand needs to clarify this whole Russian Business for what it is- a proxy war between those who want to destroy Christianity and the West and those working to save it.
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    03-15-2017, 06:30 PM
    That was a wall within Germany so I'm not sure how that makes any sense. Rand needs to focus on what is really going on here. He needs to note that you never heard a word of criticism against Russia during the entire period when they were Communist and when they were our actual enemy. But now that they are Christian and Capitalist? Now they are public enemy #1. Frame it for what it is, a war against Christianity.
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    03-06-2017, 10:43 AM
    Trump never would have even gotten off the ground if Rand had run a good campaign. The whole "America First" platform was just sitting there for anybody to pick up. Nobody did, so Trump came in and ran with it. Rand is a guy who doesn't even believe in birthright citizenship, but voters didn't even hear about it until Trump brought it up first and that was after Rand had already convinced most GOP voters he was pro-amnesty with his wishy washy rhetoric.
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    03-06-2017, 09:42 AM
    Megyn Kelly was let go by Fox in the aftermath of Trump's win. It wasn't some game. Fox didn't want Trump to win. It was widely reported they were planning on pivoting to a more CNN-like perspective until the surprising election results took all the steam out of that plan and forced them to cozy up to Trump.
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    03-06-2017, 09:36 AM
    No way in hell. They know if they do that, Trump will move over to Gab and totally legitimize Twitter's until now small potatoes competitor. Trump doesn't really interact on Twitter much anymore. He just uses it to sound off. He can do that on Gab just as easily as Twitter. If he were to move to Gab the media will still have to cover his every "tweet" and Gab would get an avalanche of non-stop free publicity.
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    03-06-2017, 09:32 AM
    Actually, a lot of Jews illegally migrated to Germany from Eastern Europe in the interwar period. It isn't discussed in the West because it isn't a part of the official Holohoax Narrative, but a certain percentage of the Jews Hitler wanted expelled were indeed foreign invaders not just from an ethnic perspective but from a purely legal one as well.
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    03-04-2017, 05:04 PM
    You act like Trump had nothing to do with that. Trump is a MASTER media manipulator. To this day he is still clowning the press on an almost daily basis and tricking them in to doing his bidding.
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    03-03-2017, 08:03 PM
    Not at all. He just set the ball rolling for the destruction of those whole canard. Because it wasn't just Schumer who talked to the Russians. Media is now forced to report all the politicians who talked to Russian, which pretty much includes everybody, since talking to Russians is normal. Democrats are now forced to switch from "Talking to Russians Bad" to "Republicans Talking to Russians Bad" which makes the idiocy and hypocrisy of their argument apparent to even the dumbest voters. Trump knows what he is doing. His next press conference is going to be absolute savagery.
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    03-03-2017, 06:13 PM
    In other words, not a flat tax. And the Fair Tax (a national sales tax) has always been controversial among conservatives and libertarians because of the fear it would do nothing but open up yet another method of taxation. Taxes just aren't an important issue at this point in time. Trump has demonstrated without a shadow of a doubt that nothing positive is going to be accomplished until the neocons and mainstream media are destroyed. That is the battle we need to focus all our efforts on.
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    03-03-2017, 06:08 PM
    Not a chance in hell. Flynn was done in by his personal faults (like not being able get along with others or control his own son's tweeting). Sessions is a rock solid guy. Trump will not only stand by his man, he'll go on the attack and expose the liberal/neocon "Russia" canard for what it is.
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    03-03-2017, 06:04 PM
    MSM is failing so bad they are now tweeting out examples of how alternative media now sets the agenda without even realizing they are publicizing their own irrelevance.
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    03-02-2017, 04:45 AM
    Pretty clear what is going on here. Trump is a master negotiator. Dreamers are a chip. He's dangling it out there in front of the Dems, but he's not going to give it to them for nothing. Deal will be a wall, reduction in overall immigration numbers, and shift to merit based system that results in almost entirely European and Asian immigrants moving forward. If they give him that, he'll give the Dreamers amnesty.
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    02-25-2017, 10:15 AM
    Trump is nothing like Hillary. Can you imagine Hillary saying "Ask Jeff Zucker how he got his job?" at a press conference? He hates these people precisely because he knows them so well. That picture was from when Trump had The Apprentice and Zucker was head honcho at NBC. Trump wasn't a politician back then. He was TV Producer, and Zucker was the guy who decided how much he got paid and whether his show got canceled or not. Of course he's going to be friendly towards him.
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    02-25-2017, 10:03 AM
    Under a libertarian regime, most of those people would have been excluded via private property and freedom of association. The Alt-Right favors harnessing the power of government to reverse the current demographics which are themselves a result of government intervention. From a practical standpoint, this strikes me as far more realistic than waiting for the day America suddenly turns in to libertarian paradise. The former at least has a possibility of happening. The latter amounts to nothing more than shouting at a cloud while you watch your nation destroyed.
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