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    02-15-2017, 11:40 AM
    Look, I agree -- philosophically, there are a ton of things that are currently considered law that are unconstitutional. However, this is an entirely meaningless thing to say. Until the judicial branch rules that a law is not allowed under our constitution, the law stands.
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    02-14-2017, 08:37 AM
    A law is Constitutional until it is ruled unconstitutional. That's how this legal system works. It is patently obvious that we have a slew of laws that should be ruled unconstitutional by the courts. However, until the courts make such a ruling, those laws stand. We can gnash our teeth all we want, but it has no practical impact on the state of our country. Given that, I'll gladly take an AG who isn't in the pocket of Wall Street / Soros / RNC / DNC. If he does nothing but clamp down on pedo rings, prosecute people in power who break the law, and refrain from really go all-out wrt to the War on Drugs, I will be happy.
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    02-13-2017, 03:00 PM
    What do you want from an AG? He has an obligation to justly enforce the laws as they are written. In that position, I want a man of unwavering morality and integrity. By all accounts, Sessions fits that bill. What I also want is for the laws he's asked to enforce be limited and Libertarian in nature. That, however, is not on him. It is on Congress, the president, and our judges to decide.
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    02-12-2017, 11:31 PM
    The same I make of Milo pulling back from his Pizzagate discussion. Something is up. Neither is being punished for this. Ben is still on air, Milo is still making the media rounds. But neither is speaking much on this topic, though neither seems afraid to do so. They are willingly not going deep into it, I imagine because fellow good people have told them to remain quiet for a bit.
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    02-12-2017, 11:20 PM
    His presence was not removed from CBS46. http://www.cbs46.com/story/29304911/ben-swann He's been on the air many times lately, too. I don't understand why we need to spread lies. The truth is sincerely significant enough.
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    02-12-2017, 11:02 PM
    It blows my mind that people feel a need to push such insane theories. Just stick with what we know: A former speaker of the house has been arrested for raping children, and was given a relatively light sentence for it. A multi-billionaire with ties to many elite people was jailed, and given a relatively light sentence, for flying people to an island to rape children. A widespread history of pedophilia within the catholic church is well documented, after decades of being covered-up. A very popular member of British society has been found to have raped dozens, if not hundreds, of children. A long-term member of a major college football organization has been found guilty of raping dozens of children, which he met through a foundation ostensibly created to help children.
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    02-06-2017, 08:52 AM
    I've generally spent most of my focus, when it comes to things related to politics, away from the weirdest and most absurd conspiracy theories. This is different. I've read a ton about it, and I'm convinced that there is something to this. Whether or not it is "Pizzagate" or something much simpler -- that there are some pedophiles in governments and trusted institutions world wide, supporting and protecting each other -- I don't know. When you start with Senator John DeCamp, and trace all of this forward to Epstein, Seville, Hastert, and Sandusky and all of their connections.... when you throw in what was contained in the Wikileaks, when you throw in Dyncorp, when you throw in the art-work that the Podesta's love.... .. there is a lot of smoke here. It's hard to imagine there being no fire at all.
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    Just to reply to your rep. The difference is women openly hate men at work and get away with it. Plus they get preferntial treatment from their male bosses, so men really have it bad in many workplaces now. From what I have seen its women who dictate what happens and they do a bad job at it. The best thing you can do for your career is be an attractive female.
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  5. Thanks. Of course I'm more concerned with how education moves forward relative to the space program. Paul would do well to see that too.

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