• TheTexan's Avatar
    Today, 01:30 PM
    A lot of people haven't voted yet in this poll. You know who you are. Vote!
    48 replies | 415 view(s)
  • Aratus's Avatar
    Today, 11:39 AM
    Is he trying to make German moderates and centrists actually feel sorry for her? He is not really liked too much in Germany. Had he said nothing, she might have been in a much more precarious situation. If he looks like he is gloating ahead of time, things may backfire. Support could swing back towards her. Trump polarizes.
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  • Aratus's Avatar
    Today, 11:30 AM
    You go first. You have better odds of communicating your angst to the very wealthy than I do. You are correct. Elitism is a form of snobbery. Elitism thrives on uneven rules and/or basic laws...
    69 replies | 827 view(s)
  • Aratus's Avatar
    Today, 11:23 AM
    Aratus replied to a thread Hillary 2020 in U.S. Political News
    I think he is worse than she is, they both are like vampires...
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  • Aratus's Avatar
    Today, 11:22 AM
    Aratus replied to a thread Hillary 2020 in U.S. Political News
    If HRC and DJT never never never experience being inside a jail cell at all, I will not be in shock. Slight shifts in the population of active voters could see both of them running over the next decade to vindicate their sorry selves!!!
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  • Aratus's Avatar
    Today, 11:19 AM
    Aratus replied to a thread Hillary 2020 in U.S. Political News
    First THAHHH DONALD is impeached, staves off being convicted in the Senate Trial by one vote, somehow gets the GOP nomination in the summer of 2020 and then Hillary Clinton makes Bernie's day by cheating HIM out of the nomination once again, after being late as she enters the race??? Are you suggesting the GOP in the bi-election of 2022 gains back what it lost in 2020 to the degree it then can impeach her as a retaliation for what the Democrats are about to put Trump through? I trust you were not being sarcastic. It would be freaky if the 2024 election splits 369 vs. 369!!!
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  • Aratus's Avatar
    Today, 11:08 AM
    Matt Collins, Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Doctor Rand Paul are my choices over Donald Trump, assuming he is still POTUS running in 2019. If I can think of anyone who wants to run against Thah Donald despite or because of the total drubbing he gave Marco Rubio, then name them to me. I want to keep my options open. Even if Mike Pence runs against him, if it came down to a choice between the two of them, i'd go aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarg and then go off to vote dutifully.
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  • Aratus's Avatar
    Today, 11:01 AM
    One simple thought concerning a mother and her small children, do a DNA test. Someone who is a total stranger who kidnapped the children in question then has to explain what they were doing and where the children came from for starters.
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  • Danke's Avatar
    Today, 10:30 AM
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=34&v=LquIQisaZFU
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  • thoughtomator's Avatar
    Today, 10:24 AM
    I did NOT vote for Trump (or anyone else) in 2016, favoring a position of withholding my consent to the legitimacy of a deeply corrupt election system. However, if the rule of law continues to be restored at this pace, I will register to vote again and once again start participating.
    48 replies | 415 view(s)
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    Today, 07:34 AM
    Matthew 16:21-23 (KJV) 21 From that time forth began Jesus to shew unto his disciples, how that he must go unto Jerusalem, and suffer many things of the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be killed, and be raised again the third day. 22 Then Peter took him, and began to rebuke him, saying, Be it far from thee, Lord: this shall not be unto thee. 23 But he turned, and said unto Peter, Get thee behind me, Satan: thou art an offence unto me: for thou savourest not the things that be of God, but those that be of men.
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  • otherone's Avatar
    Today, 06:25 AM
    It's terrifying to hear that really hormonal people are in positions of authority.
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  • TheTexan's Avatar
    Today, 04:59 AM
    He probably slept with the King's wife
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  • A Son of Liberty's Avatar
    Today, 04:32 AM
    I thought it was pretty clear what I was stating. You see private schools within the state-school paradigm and think that private schools only cater to the wealthy. That is vaguely accurate, but only because the lower end of the economic scale is monopolized by the state schools. Remove the coercive state schools, and the vacuum left will be filled by private education services; and most importantly, innovation will flourish because there will be competition in the market - companies will compete to gain market share, finding ways to deliver education more efficiently and cost-effectively. Those on the lower end of the economic scale should benefit from lower property taxes or lower rents (which admittedly is a bit of a hope, because there's no reason to assume that the state will willfully lower tax rates). Yet as technology advances, education becomes more and more accessible, even within the current paradigm. Just IMAGINE how innovative the market would become absent the coercive state-school!
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  • A Son of Liberty's Avatar
    Today, 04:22 AM
    Pics or it didn't happen...? I'll show myself out...
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  • Danke's Avatar
    Today, 04:09 AM
    L’Humanité on December 14, 2001, translated to English by Global Outlook in 2002, and published by Global Research in March 2004. It shows how the so-called Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) was founded by Israel’s Institute for Intelligence and Special Tasks (Mossad) with the strategic purpose to prevent the creation of a Palestinian State. http://wariscrime.com/new/hamas-was-founded-by-mossad/
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  • TheTexan's Avatar
    Today, 03:38 AM
    There's been some great movies this year. A Quiet Place was especially good, which shouldn't be surprising as its a Michael Bay film
    2 replies | 73 view(s)
  • Danke's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:30 PM
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=34&v=LquIQisaZFU
    0 replies | 75 view(s)
  • Danke's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:13 PM
    Danke replied to a thread Are you an Alpha? in Open Discussion
    Keep repeating that myth on your reservation. I enjoy your powwow shows. Here is Jules relatives, similar to yours before we tried to civilize your kind.
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  • lilymc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:51 PM
    This is interesting. From an article on lewrockwell.com: Also, troubling is the fact that the STAR tabloid that first hyped and then allegedly conducted, the flawed "test" was owned by Robert Altman – a close friend, a college classmate, political supporter, major donor and federal appointee of Bill Clinton. The Editor later admitted that no sample of DNA was ever obtained from Bill Clinton and that the incomplete DNA test included in the Starr Report had been used to compare with a sample obtained by Danney Williams. The Editor Phil Bunton would also later admit he had not seen written test results.
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  • lilymc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:37 PM
    I don't buy that. Even Snopes – a liberal, Clinton supporting source – gave it a verdict of 'unproven.' A remainder of doubt There were a couple of issues with the reliability of the paternity test, however. One was its origin: the tabloids. Despite running with the story, Time‘s only source for the Clinton paternity results was Star magazine (indeed, The Clintons’ War on Women co-author and former Donald Trump adviser Roger Stone claims there is no evidence the test was ever conducted). The other was a 1999 piece published in Slate arguing that because it was based on the limited analysis provided in the Starr Report and not a new DNA sample, the test results were inconclusive: The FBI performed two genetic fingerprinting tests on the president’s DNA. The Starr report, for unexplained reasons, gives data only for the less specific of the two tests. In fact, this test is imprecise enough that it would probably not be persuasive to a judge. Dr. George Riley of Genelex–a well-regarded forensic DNA lab–calculates that the genetic fingerprint given in the Starr report will most likely yield a so-called “paternity index” of only 20 to 30. In other words, a positive test would mean that President Clinton is only 20 to 30 times more likely than a random Caucasian male to be Danny Williams’ father. This would be suggestive but not conclusive. (50,000 white men in Arkansas would get the same test results.) The legal threshold is 100. At best the genetic fingerprint contained in the Starr report can only yield a paternity index of 120. The actual value depends on the mother’s DNA. https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/bill-clinton-illegitimate-son/
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  • TheTexan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:12 PM
    TheTexan replied to a thread Are you an Alpha? in Open Discussion
    Alphas make short posts. Long posts are for betas
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  • oyarde's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:09 PM
    Seems like I had a dream I was in LA and saw Zip and this guy at a Chicano Batman concert.
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