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    Today, 09:12 PM
    And I do hate to come off like I'm mean -- I'm not, really! But some things just make me mad.
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    Today, 08:28 PM
    HitoKichi posted a visitor message on Danke's profile
    wy helo dere
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    Today, 08:18 PM
    If you're using Tracfone, you like simple and pre-paid. I'll PM you a good, easy way to do it.
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    Today, 08:12 PM
    She has bragged about how she recently called the CPS goons on a neighbor and had their boy taken away from them. Because "she knew" he was being mistreated. Oh yeah, I'm sure she knew. I trust her judgment and that of her beloved CPS soooo much. Why she thought RPF would be a good receptive audience to whom to brag about this, well, we may never know. Though we may have a pretty good hypothesis involving the damage done to her by being "raised" (ha, ha, ha, ha!) by a single mom.
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    Today, 07:20 PM
    What's the matter, MallsRGood? No snappy retort? Too busy launching yet another fail3d r3volution? What are we on now, 5.0?
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    Today, 06:10 PM
    I'm sure there are already plans to address most of those issues in 2019. Police notification in will get old for police really fast. I imagine it will be like Officer: "Do you know why I pulled you over?" Citizen: "I HAVE A GUN" repeatedly. There was a similar situation with carry in churches where churches are required to notify police of who in the congregation has permission to carry in the church, but it became pointless because there would be like 50 people with permission. There is a lot of distrust towards out of state people. Both "oil patch worker criminals" and "anti-pipeline ecoterrorists" in particular. One at least one occasion, I heard people arguing that concealed carry licenses were discriminatory against these groups and that constitutional carry would right the wrong. Maybe that train of thought got some D votes in the House.
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    Today, 02:50 PM
    And yet: it isn't! "Equal in person" is just a baffling phrase to me. I guess my little brain just can't deal with it. Maybe you could even just tell me what you mean by "in person." Break it down for my little brain. We're all created by God? OK, fine. We're all related? Again, got it. But how do either of these propositions add up to being "equal in person"? I am related to my brother, and yet I am not equal to him. I am allegedly (according to the theory of evolution) related to Smilodon Fatalis, but I'm not equal to him, either (leastwise not in coolness of name). And this hammer in front of me was created by God, but is also not "equal" to me in any meaningful sense that I can muster.
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    Today, 02:49 PM
    God Bless the ‘Alt-Knight’ Based Stick Man! May His Tribe Increase!March 7, 2017 Ambrose Kane Racial15 comments This guy, affectionately and proudly dubbed, the ‘Alt-Knight Based Stick Man’ or ‘Based Stick Man’ showed up at the pro-Trump rally in Berkeley this past weekend and fought the ‘Antifa’ scum who were attacking Trump supporters using the very same kind of weapons they employ (e.g., stick and shields). I’m not sure if he had pepper spray, but he sure made good use of their Libtard heads! Even though the ‘Antifa’ wussies had sticks too, the ‘Based Stickman’ made sure to fight fire with fire. Now that’s a guy who understands what he’s up against. He was eventually arrested by Berkeley cops, and later bailed out of jail. Few of the ‘Antifa’ agitators were arrested doing the same thing as ‘Based Stick Man.’ Our commie-crusher’s real name is Kyle Chapman (it’s already all over the Internet so I’m not outing him!). He’s facing about five felonies and a misdemeanor, so he’s going to need some cash to get himself a good lawyer. He has a site soliciting funds for his legal defense, so I encourage my readers if they have some spare change to send it his way if possible. I don’t know if Kyle would necessarily agree with White nationalism or the kinds of things I post on this site. I suspect, in fact, that he probably wouldn’t. He’s married to an Asian woman, and she’s currently pregnant with his child. Nonetheless, the man has fought on behalf of Trump and his supporters, and he’s now paying the price for it. He bravely fought against our enemies, and I’m grateful for it. I think Kyle at least deserves our support, don’t you? Some of those on the ‘Alt-Light’ are not pleased that Kyle is being praised and supported by those of us on the Right. I don’t care what they think. We can only take so much from these thugs along with the police doing nothing before we start to rise up and fight back. Sticks and pepper spray now, but I suspect bullets later as the inevitable unfolds before the watching nation. It’s just a matter of time.
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    Today, 01:05 PM
    what surprised me was that Jackson was up there in the 10 worst
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    Today, 12:18 PM
    "Equal in person." What does that mean? Scriptural charity =/= anything about giving stuff to people who have less, or indeed to anyone. Relieving those who have less is, in fact, a very bad idea. If you relieve them, they never get out of the gene pool. Bad for humanity. Instead, those who have less quality should be shunned and disassociated from us. They should never get a chance to reproduce. "but whoever hath not, from him shall be taken away even that which he hath." Mt. 13:12
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    Today, 08:20 AM
    So, does this mean that you have gotten back from the Mall? Was it really Good? Did you pick up some cute to-die-for handbags, or just check out hot boys the whole time? I must admit, I lost all respect for you for your dishonest weaselness. I think everyone else here did, too. And yet, you just couldn't stay away. But you couldn't lower yourself to actually keep your word, either. What's a weasel to do? Where's your avatar, MallsRGood? Hmm? Where is it? Background:
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    Yesterday, 09:12 PM
    There was a bit of drama with a former gorvernor urging the new governor to veto: http://kfgo.com/news/articles/2017/mar/22/former-gov-schafer-says-burgum-should-veto-concealed-gun-bill/ Ed Schafer is probably the most respected former governor in the state, and he had endorsed the current governor Burgum back in the Republican primary. I imagine he'll be a little less respected on the right now, though! But that doesn't matter, because Governor Burgum has announced that he will sign the carry bill!
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    Yesterday, 06:55 PM
    :D :D But where oh where are our paid ShariaBlue DNC shills to make sure we're being negative in the right, Deep-State-approved way?
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    Yesterday, 05:07 PM
    This poll is both missing some sort of option about Kludge, and also the obviously correct option which is: ✔ Eliminate the Fillibuster and then Full-Repeal, Full-Free-Market, Full-Speed Ahead!
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    Yesterday, 05:02 PM
    But, but... the Dignity of the Office!
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    Yesterday, 04:58 PM
    "Initiative" makes it sound way more full of life and, well, initiative, than is warranted. The website is here: http://freestatewyoming.org/ I am speaking as a Founding Associate in the FSW who moved to Wyoming, and even specifically to north-east Wyoming, the target area, as part of the FSW project and then lived there for several years. I know probably most of the people who were involved. Many have since moved back. Some are still there. Currently it's a group of I would offhand-guess a couple dozen.
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    Yesterday, 01:38 PM
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    Yesterday, 01:36 PM
    bump
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  • helmuth_hubener's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:38 AM
    Well, in fairness, I have focused on one factor, and there were, as in all contests, many factors that led to victory. There were certainly also people not living in NH who voted for NH as the best choice. But there were more people not living in Wyoming who nevertheless voted for Wyoming. In my opinion, the aggressive signing up of NH natives was the decisive factor that put NH over the top. Without those extra hundreds of votes, Wyoming, the second-place choice, would have come out on top. But, there is someone who will probably be along shortly to give you the pro-NH point of view.
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    Yesterday, 09:33 AM
    Oh, and Alaska. A lot of people left Alaska unchecked, though. ;)
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    Yesterday, 09:05 AM
    Back to the topic of equality more directly (though this is all related, I'm going to tie it all back in (if I get time)): The equality idea basically comes from Christianity. I can't think of any other religions nor ancient civilizations that had it. Your modern-day leftists are effectively Christians without Christ. You can draw a direct line from some of the egalitarian-sounding teachings of Christ ("If any man desire to be first, the same shall be last of all, and servant of all." Mark 9:35) and the Apostles ("Who will render to every man according to his deeds ... For there is no respect of persons with God." Romans 2:6-11) to Bentham's Utilitarianism (who looked to "the greatest good of the greatest number" as his moral yardstick) and from there to the radical leveling of society promoted by Marx. It’s a strong line -- Murray Rothbard has a whole fascinating (and hilarious!) lecture on communism's explicitly Christian genealogy. It's also a line or connection that the left relies upon a lot these days, for propaganda/persuasion purposes. "Don't you claim to be Christian? Real Christianity™ is about brotherhood and equality and giving free rapes to a hundred million rapeugees!" Of course this is just for the plebes, for propaganda -- the modern left, as directed by Bentham and Marx, completely denies the spiritual aspects of Christianity. For a Christian, we are not equal on Earth, and the idea of equality comes in as we are all to be judged at the Last Day with equal justice by our Lord God. The leftist, however, denies the existence of God, and instead takes the Christian idea of spiritual equality and attempts to apply it to this earthly world, where people are actually highly unequal, and then he proceeds to enforce it with worldly means. Lastly, without God or the Devil waiting for us when we die, many leftists aren’t too concerned about ethics, at least certainly not in the strict sense. All that strictness is so old, so tired, so worn-out, so lame. Get into the '90s! (or whenever) We've moved so beyond that old-fashioned White Man Morality, a morality that only ever served the White Man. Stop being so narrow-minded. A little robbery? A little murder? Ahh well, we're correcting past wrongs or "institutional biases". Our Holy End, Equality, justifies any means. Justice is defined by outcomes, equal outcomes, not by, well, what the word traditionally actually means. Social Justice is the opposite of Actual Justice.
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