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    Yesterday, 10:52 AM
    The article says the guy is mentally ill. A lot of cities right now are dealing with hordes of drunk crazy homeless people that wander around cursing people and literally shitting in the middle of busy sidewalks and stuff. This is one of those issues where there really isn't a "good" libertarian response. In a true libertarian world we wouldn't have laws against public drunkenness but at the same time there would be private security who would beat the living crap out of people like this too ensure that they keep their public drunkenness far away from other people, homes, or businesses. If the person kept coming back, you might even have to kill them to resolve the problem. There isn't any clean or pretty solution to crazy, smelly, drunk, obnoxious, vagrants in any political system.
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    08-22-2016, 04:41 PM
    He won't change his mind because there is nothing to gain. Republicans almost universally favor Trump's position. Independents overwhelmingly favor Trump's position. Even Democrats are pretty much split down the middle. The only group down on enforcing the law are the corporate elites, globalists, the mainstream media, and Democratic Partisans. And besides being numerically insignificant, none of those groups will vote for him no matter his position on immigration anyway.
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    08-21-2016, 08:29 AM
    Not really a fair point since Goldman Sachs gave Cruz the loan for a political campaign, not a business deal and most importantly, Cruz didn't disclose the loan as required by election law.
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    08-20-2016, 02:50 PM
    Do you not recognize the difference between being given money and taking out a loan which requires you to pay back the entirety of what you took out plus interest? Trump's entire career has been defined by his adversarial relationship with his debtors. There is nothing inconsistent with being in debt to Goldman Sachs and railing against them daily in speeches. The political dynamic of early America was almost entirely shaped by the struggle between farmers in the interior and their debtors on the East Coast. Owing someone money doesn't make you like them.
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    08-16-2016, 11:06 AM
    Because the nation is currently being flooded with immigrants who believe in classical liberalism? Hillary can't twist anything to her advantage because as it stands now, 99.9% of immigrants are exactly the sort of people she wants to replace the American population with.
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    08-15-2016, 04:36 PM
    It is forbidden to drink alcohol in Islam. I imagine her resignation has more to do with the reaction of her constituents to the drinking itself than anything to do with secular Swedish drunk driving laws.
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    08-15-2016, 04:35 PM
    It is forbidden to drink alcohol in Islam. I imagine her resignation has more to do with the reaction of her constituents to the drinking itself than anything to do with secular Swedish drunk driving laws.
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    08-15-2016, 03:50 PM
    Brilliant move by Trump. By refining the test from religious to ideological he makes his position virtually unassailable. Hillary will either have to copy him or look like a potential Merkel in waiting.
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    08-12-2016, 12:38 PM
    Constitution Party pulled a LP' in 2012 and nominated globalist shill Virgil Goode because of his supposed "electablity" but have gone back to their principles in 2016 and nominated Darrell Castle. Ron Paul endorsed Chuck Baldwin in 2008 when Castle was the Vice Presidential nominee. Is there any doubt Paul is going to endorse Castle and the CP again this time around?
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    08-12-2016, 12:07 PM
    I could perhaps see the sense of that when he was running for President? But now? Rand doesn't need the Zionists to keep his Senate seat in Kentucky. Now that this Presidential nonsense is over with he is at liberty to go full Shitlord and become the Senate version of his Dad. Don't understand why he's not unloading truth bombs on a daily basis. He has nothing to fear anymore.
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    08-12-2016, 11:53 AM
    Immigration is far more important than debt and spending. Nothing can be done to prevent an eventual financial reckoning at this point. The make up of the country at the time that reckoning takes place determines the trajectory of the recovery. A country like Iceland can go through a total economic collapse and it wouldn't really be that bad at all because the the demographic make up of their country. A country like Venezuela descends in to chaos and violence. US immigration policy should be more focused on getting the most violent elements of our society to leave (perhaps by bringing back Transportation as a punishment) than bringing new people in. And if we do bring any new people in the priority needs to be on importing the most intelligent and well behaved folks that we can find.
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    08-12-2016, 10:52 AM
    No way to ignore it? Here's one: it's never going to happen. Trump talks out his ass all the time. He's not actually going to expand the tremendous political capital it would require to fight what would ultimately be a losing war against Congress and the Courts on this. Truth be told, will probably even forget he said this by next week. Hillary on the other hand, is committed to appointing left wing radicals to the Court. If she's elected, there will be a 6-3 Majority on the Supreme Court for doing away with the individual right in the Second Amendment. There already gun prohibitionist majorities in many American states including the largest state which means if Hillary wins, a good portion of the American populace would be disarmed. So what's more dangerous? A guy who talks out his ass about theoretical threats to liberty that aren't even remotely close to happening or the lady who is going to disarm the population and set the conditions for a realistic achievement of those threats at some point down the line? Trump is a bozo who doesn't think particularly deeply about political theory and occasionally says dopey things. Hillary is a cold and calculating servant of the New World Order who has a detailed plan for enslaving America.
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    08-10-2016, 11:51 PM
    Doesn't really matter whether Kasich and Trump get along. Kasich is putting the full weight of his political machine towards getting out the GOP vote in November because he wants his boy Portman to win his Senate seat. So he's doing what Trump needs from him despite his hatred of Trump.
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    08-10-2016, 11:46 PM
    This map is slightly inaccurate because it offers no ability to split the electoral vote in Maine. Final tally will actually be 291-247. This assumes no major October surprise scandal for Hillary. If Putin unveils the emails, Trump breaks 300.
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    08-09-2016, 01:12 PM
    He also worked for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees helping to resettle "migrants" in the West. I think Bill Kristol may have created him in a lab.
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    08-09-2016, 12:32 PM
    She's having seizures on the campaign trail and can't even walk up stairs on her own. And that is just the stuff that has somehow filtered out to us. You have to imagine the press is covering up the worst of the things they are witnessing. Contrast that to Trump, who sleeps four hours a day and is a fireball of energy, or Ron Paul when he ran. I personally witnessed Ron Paul effortlessly bound up on to a stage that was at least three feet above ground level. The man was a physical freak of nature.
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    08-08-2016, 04:22 PM
    Trump's contribution to the marraige: A penthouse apartment on 5th Avenue. A driver. Maids. A chef. A personal jet. Unlimited money for wardrobe, shoes, and flights back home to Slovenia. Country club memberships around the country and world. A vacation estate in Palm Beach. And you are telling me it is some kind of outrageous deal for him to expect her to handle the fucking diapers?
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    08-08-2016, 01:09 PM
    No better way to inspire depressed working class conservatives than to trot out a Open Borders Globalist shill of the Corporate Elites, lol. Everywhere I go I hear conservatives pining for their communities to be overrun by third world migrants, their sons to be shipped off to die in wars for Israel, and tax policy structured to benefit mostly left wing billionaires. This is an absolutely full proof plan. Trump is really done for this time.
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    08-08-2016, 01:01 PM
    Donald Trump's base is the group of people who generally vote Republican in Presidential elections plus working class whites that might not have voted GOP in the past because it was too Corporate and too Religious. Those folks by and large don't care who the VP is and don't pay attention to silly endorsement games either. Does Donald Trump care about the Constitution? No, he does not. But he will appoint two judges that on the whole aren't that bad and will give the Liberty movement four years of breathing room to learn Trump's methods and put them in to action in the name of candidates who do care about the Constitution. If Trump doesn't win, then the Constitution doesn't matter. 2nd Amendment will be gone and there will be enough new migrant voters that no liberty candidate or even mainstream Republican could ever compete at the national level ever again. If Trump loses, we basically go to war immediately. I'd rather the chance for a peaceful political revolution, which is why I support Trump. Not because I'm under some delusion that he's a perfect Constitutional candidate.
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    08-08-2016, 01:19 AM
    Most of the under 30 people that supported Ron Paul are over 30 now. This is a totally different demographic.
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    08-07-2016, 09:46 AM
    Trump suffered one significant business failure in his life- the investment in the Taj Mahal. He survived it, learned a huge lesson from the experience, and ultimately clawed his way back to become even more successful than before.
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    08-07-2016, 09:31 AM
    One of the unappreciated benefits of the Trump campaign is how he's drawn out the tribalists at the NY Times and baited them in to coming clean on their agenda of white genocide. If they keep this up, Trump's percentage of the white vote might top 70% before it is all said and done. To the contrary, I think most of them are probably just putting themselves in to the category most of society (especially the media) classifies them as. One drop rule. Media never refers to people like Obama or Halle Berry as "two or more races". If you are part black, you are black.
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    08-07-2016, 09:25 AM
    Trump will appoint reasonably conservative justices because that is what his base wants and he has no incentive to do otherwise. In fact, Trump's disinterest in the Court in general could led to his advisers (like the awesome Stephen Miller) influencing him in to appointing someone we consider fantastic. Worst case scenario, you get the same type of judge somebody like Pence would nominate (an Alito or Roberts clone). Hillary, on the other hand, cares passionately about the Court and nominate Justices who are ideologically committed to destroying the Constitution. There are going to be at least two seats appointed by the next President (replacing the dead Scalia and the retiring Thomas) so a Hillary victory means a 6-3 liberal stranglehold on the Court. People are underestimating what that would be like since so few of us have any living memory of what a radical left wing Court looks like. At bare minimum, the Second Amendment would be gone. I'd argue that the end of the right to keep and bear arms is a pretty massive reason to care who gets elected.
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    08-06-2016, 12:59 AM
    If Hillary wins there are going to be 50-100 million new "migrants" ready to vote in the next election and future "elections" become foregone conclusions. The GOPe figures will simply change their party affiliation to Democrat and for everybody else in the GOP (as well as us in the Liberty Movement) it all becomes about arming ourselves and attempting secession or outright revolution wherever we have the numbers to resist locally.
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    08-06-2016, 12:32 AM
    Wisconsin is the most cucked state in the Union. Ryan's challenger has no chance. Wisconsin is going to be the absolute last state in America to rid itself of the globalist/corporate parasite class and by the time that happens there probably won't be any Wisconsinites left. The entire state will be one huge lawless, third world Somali reservation in the middle of America. That's a big reason why Ryan was named Speaker. They know that of all the globalist shills in the House, he stands the least chance of ever getting Cantored for his treasonous views. McCain going down is far more likely. Ward has gotten her name out there enough and Arizona's electorate is decent enough that there is a chance they'll revolt. Trump did his part for both candidates. His tweet brought Nehlen massive media attention the week before the election and that's all Trump really could do for the guy. Trump isn't wildly popular in Wisconsin so anything more than that might have been counterproductive. And Ward has been dutifully attending Trump events for the better part of year. Everybody knows she's on the Trump train. Trump can't endorse her though because her odds of winning are probably at best 50/50. If he endorses and she loses Trump looks week and he's got to look after his own image first.
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    08-05-2016, 03:06 PM
    Poll was of registered voters, not likely voters, so doesn't really mean much. Up 4 among "registered" voters for Hillary probably translates to a 4-6 point lead for Trump among actual voters.
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    08-05-2016, 12:08 AM
    Nothing good about it if you are Goldman Sachs. Or the Fed. Or the corporate elites that feed off the blood of the American people and require a docile and submissive public. But for the rest of us? Hatred is essential.
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    08-04-2016, 11:34 PM
    Trump is fantastic for Libertarianism whether he wins or loses in November. He's provided us the blueprint for success for taking on the establishment and the MSM. And think about the dynamics of the campaign he's running. The toxicity that he's promoting is amazing. For the first time ever, normal, everyday people are getting angry. The people who vote against Hillary just don't prefer another candidate to her. They despise her. They hate her. Even if she wins, do you realize how powerful it is for our movement if half the American electorate (and the vast majority of the productive half) views the President of the United States as nothing more than an evil, corrupt criminal? https://mises.org/library/do-you-hate-state
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    08-04-2016, 08:31 AM
    Because this video highlights just how low the left is willing to stoop. If you want to fight them, then you have to be willing to do the same. This is war. You don't win some kind of cosmic brownie pounds by standing bravely aloof while the left comes behind and slits your throat. They aren't going to respect you for your "honor". They'll just laugh at how stupid you were.
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