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    Today, 06:58 AM
    https://tech.slashdot.org/story/18/12/18/0849254/google-isnt-the-company-that-we-should-have-handed-the-web-over-to
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    Today, 03:39 AM
    Freedom of Speech is NOT Hate Speech. People have a Right to speak freely without fear of criminalizing everything that is not in line with the political party. The Freedom of Speech is there to protect the Unpopular thing to say. The Popular thing to say will ALWAYS be in support of the current Political Party that is in power, and the Unpopular is speaking in condemnation of it. --- The world will always be a better place if only we give those in power MORE POWER and only do what they tell us to do an donly think what they tell us to think. Everything else is prohibited.
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    Today, 03:34 AM
    Ok, gay is the new normal, straight people should hide in the closet, white people are all racist, if youre not white then nothing you say can be racist, Santa Claus should be Transgender. Whats next, saying Gravity is fucking racist? What about other obvious standards, like morning time is now racist? How about the sun is the center of our solar system, thats fucking racist too? No, what they are doing is ACTIVELY DESTROYING NORMALCY. Those are the people that it should be VERY NORMAL to publicy shame and intentionally humiliate. I mean they are doing a fine job of it all by themselves, but seriously, when this is the ONLY thing that people hear, there MUST be a Counterpoint that stands by what has been and what always should be fucking NORMAL.
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    Today, 03:01 AM
    Cant embed the video, just click the link. https://www.infowars.com/watch/?video=5c1843d33e199a6e255d2a20 ------ Edit: Ron Paul: The Market Correction Could Make Things ‘Worse Than 1929’ http://www.shtfplan.com/ron-paul/ron-paul-the-market-correction-could-make-things-worse-than-1929_12172018
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    Today, 02:46 AM
    How about sending people AWAY from our site, you send those Facebook people HERE instead?
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    Today, 02:44 AM
    https://tech.slashdot.org/story/18/12/17/2120227/former-edge-browser-intern-alleges-google-sabotaged-microsofts-browser
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    Today, 02:43 AM
    Video at link. Couldnt embed it, sorry. https://www.ted.com/talks/nita_farahany_when_technology_can_read_minds_how_will_we_protect_our_privacy/transcript#t-183143 What happens when things you 'think' are interpreted as Dissident Behavior? Say hello to the Thought Police. What happens when you have to give up your Thought Privacy AT HOME in order to even keep your job?
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  • Swordsmyth's Avatar
    Today, 01:48 AM
    Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday she would bring her Brexit deal back to parliament for a mid-January vote, pledging to get assurances from the European Union before then to break a deadlock over Britain's fraught efforts to quit the bloc.With just over 100 days until Britain is due to leave the EU, May faced accusations from some lawmakers that she was trying to force a deeply divided parliament into backing her deal by running the clock down to exit day. A mid-January vote could oblige lawmakers to make a decision between her deal or leaving without one on March 29, a nightmare scenario for many businesses. May is pressing on with her deal to leave the EU, rejecting calls for a second referendum or to test support for different Brexit options in parliament, despite hardening opposition to the agreement to maintain close ties. May said parliament would debate the deal in January, before a vote in the week beginning Jan. 14 - more than a month after an original Dec. 11 vote which she cancelled after admitting she faced a significant defeat. After a tumultuous week in which she survived a confidence vote within her Conservative Party and sought last-minute changes to the Brexit agreement reached with Brussels last month, May said again that the alternatives to her deal were leaving without an agreement or no Brexit at all. "I know this is not everyone’s perfect deal. It is a compromise. But if we let the perfect be the enemy of the good then we risk leaving the EU with no deal," she told lawmakers, her speech punctuated by loud shouts of protest. "Avoiding no deal is only possible if we can reach an agreement or if we abandon Brexit entirely." She said the EU had offered "further clarification" on the most contentious aspects of the withdrawal agreement and her government was seeking "further political and legal assurances". The leader of the opposition Labour Party sought to turn up the pressure by lodging a motion of no confidence in May for not quickly re-scheduling the vote by lawmakers on her Brexit plan that she delayed last week. "This is unacceptable in any way whatsoever," Jeremy Corbyn said in the House of Commons.
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  • Swordsmyth's Avatar
    Today, 01:44 AM
    Tunisian activists took the streets Monday in the same rural town where a fruit seller set himself ablaze years ago, demanding more job opportunities and lower prices in a new show of force on the anniversary of the uprising that triggered the Arab Spring revolts.Among the several hundred protesters marching in the town of Sidi Bouzid were members of the Red Vests, activists modeling their movement on France’s Yellow Vest protesters. The group’s members, however, opted against donning the vests or even holding their planned march in the restive Kasserine province, as had initially been planned. "We won’t back down and we won’t go home until our demands are met," said Riad Jrad, a leader of the protesters. Another organizer, Seifeddin El-Ghabri, said that wearing the red vests was not necessary. “This is the name of our movement, but the first blow came in Sidi Bouzid, which witnessed the igniting of the spark of revolution in Tunisia in 2011." The demonstration is the latest flare-up in the North African nation that had emerged as the most vibrant democracy in the region after the 2011 uprisings. Those rebellions began when Mohamed Bouazizi’s act of self-immolation because the catalyst for movements of millions against autocratic governments in the region. While Tunisia has avoided the broader chaos that engulfed other Arab Spring neighbors, it has endured several major militant attacks that have encumbered efforts by successive governments to revive the economy. Officials are now struggling to implement cost-cutting measures without stoking further unrest. The new budget for 2019 increases spending by 8.5 percent and includes no new taxes -- a plan that largely runs counter to the reform measures supported by the International Monetary Fund which, in 2016, approved a $2.9 billion loan to Tunisia. Evidence of the unrest that led up to the Red Vest protests has been ample. In the past month alone, hundreds of thousands public service employees went on a day long strike. Lawyers and teachers have also walked off the job, while negotiations narrowly averted a strike by air navigation technicians in the country’s main airport. Adding to the chaos has been a weeks-long feud between President Beji Caid Essebsi and his premier, Youssef Chahed -- a battle that has largely ripped apart the coalition government of moderate Islamists and secularists. More at: https://news.yahoo.com/seeing-red-tunisians-protest-arab-115201102.html
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    Today, 12:48 AM
    Russia has signaled it will continue its controversial build-up of defensive fortifications on a disputed chain of islands near Japan at a time when the United States is increasingly active in the region and has maintained a stance in recent years of voicing support to Japan's claims over the islands. On Monday Russia announced it had built new barracks for troops in the Southern Kurils as they are known in Russia — referred to as the Northern Territories in Japan — and further said there were plans to construct more facilities for armored vehicles, in defiance of Japan's urging Moscow to cease militarizing the disputed territory. Japan has long urged its powerful northern neighbor to cease its military build-up there, recently promising President Putin that the US would not put its forces there should Russia hand the islands back to Japan. Russian officials have expressed deep concerns that Japan could allow the US military a foothold in Russia's eastern backyard, a legitimately heightened fear especially after Japan’s acquiring and testing of the Aegis Ashore U.S. missile system in recent months, which Russia officials have warned could be placed on the islands should they ever be returned to Japanese sovereignty. Putin and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe have held numerous face-to-face meetings to attempt to resolve the crisis, which has been a central issue in relations since the Soviet Union seized the island chain at the end of WWII. In recent years the Kremlin has gone so far as to authorize live military exercises and significant troop deployments on the islands, which have been interpreted by Japan as a clear sign Russia maintains them for military offensive purposes. According to a Russian Defense Ministry (MoD) statement, Moscow plans "to shift troops into four housing complexes on two of the four disputed islands" by next week. “Also on both islands we have modern and heated storage facilities for weapons and armored vehicles,” the MoD said.
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    Today, 12:32 AM
    This will drag the Demoncrats even farther left which is good, the question is what effect will it have on the GOP?
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    Today, 12:31 AM
    Ban all absentee voting.
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    Today, 12:28 AM
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    Yesterday, 11:59 PM
    Damn.:bigpoo::bigpoo::bigpoo::bigpoo::bigpoo:
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    Yesterday, 11:50 PM
    Puritans gonna puritan. I wonder what would happen if the electric blue haired SJW crowd ever discovered how they are the true lineage of Increase and Cotton Mather?
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    Yesterday, 11:45 PM
    Rest is behind a paywall. But you get the drift... California Upends 2020 Democratic Primary Calendar https://www.wsj.com/articles/california-upends-2020-democratic-primary-calendar-11545051601 By moving its presidential primary to early March, California will force candidates to address West Coast issues
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    Yesterday, 11:42 PM
    Violates the ex post facto clause, and the Fifth amendment prohibition against uncompensated "takings" as well. But hey, who gives a fuck about all the dead white guy patriarchal bullshit?
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    Yesterday, 11:34 PM
    Sooner or later there will be blood spilled over the issue, this is what societal acceptance of "consenting adult" perverts and government recognition of pervert "marriage" was guaranteed to take us.
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    Yesterday, 11:29 PM
    Make no mistake: pedophilia, in the strict definition of the word, sex with pre pubescent children, often queeer sex between adult men and pre-pubescent boys: this is the next front on the weirdosexual battlezone. Give it about twenty or thirty years, maybe less, and it will be as common and be as arrogantly demanded to accepted and "tolerated" as all the various weirdosexual perversions are now. "Pride" parades in various downtown venues with adults marching around while diddling 8 year olds will be commonplace. Love is love, right? I was made this way and can't help who I am, right?
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:21 PM
    But bans on commonly used magazines are...
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  • Swordsmyth's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:21 PM
    This should be good precedent for getting rid of certain gun laws in the state.
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    Yesterday, 11:20 PM
    Fuck, I'm old, I remember when this passed. New Jerkey banned them as well.
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  • Swordsmyth's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:14 PM
    Or your own hand.
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    Yesterday, 11:12 PM
    All animals are equal but perverts are more equal.
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    Yesterday, 11:06 PM
    The Senate advanced a White House-backed criminal justice reform bill on Monday, paving the way for senators to try to pass the bill as early as Tuesday. Senators voted 82-12 to end debate on the legislation, which merges a House-passed prison reform bill with a handful of changes to sentencing laws. Twelve Republicans voted against advancing the legislation despite President Trump endorsing the measure in November: GOP Sens. John Barrasso (Wyo.), Richard Burr (N.C.), Tom Cotton (Ark.), Mike Enzi (Wyo.), John Kennedy (La.), Jon Kyl (Ariz.), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), Jim Risch (Idaho), Ben Sasse (Neb.), Dan Sullivan (Alaska), Mike Rounds (S.D.) and Pat Toomey (Pa.). The Senate is expected to vote on potential changes to the legislation as soon as Tuesday before taking a final vote on the bill. “There are a number of members with outstanding concerns that they feel are still unresolved. ... The Senate will be considering amendments before we vote on final passage later this week,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said ahead of the vote. Though supporters rolled out a final version of the bill last week to try to win over more GOP senators, conservatives, led by Cotton and Kennedy, are expected to get votes on three amendments. Cotton, in a National Review op-ed published Monday, said his potential changes would help "limit the damage" and conservatives who had already said they would support the bill "have jumped on the bandwagon too soon."
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    Yesterday, 11:06 PM
    The Senate advanced a White House-backed criminal justice reform bill on Monday, paving the way for senators to try to pass the bill as early as Tuesday. Senators voted 82-12 to end debate on the legislation, which merges a House-passed prison reform bill with a handful of changes to sentencing laws. Twelve Republicans voted against advancing the legislation despite President Trump endorsing the measure in November: GOP Sens. John Barrasso (Wyo.), Richard Burr (N.C.), Tom Cotton (Ark.), Mike Enzi (Wyo.), John Kennedy (La.), Jon Kyl (Ariz.), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), Jim Risch (Idaho), Ben Sasse (Neb.), Dan Sullivan (Alaska), Mike Rounds (S.D.) and Pat Toomey (Pa.). The Senate is expected to vote on potential changes to the legislation as soon as Tuesday before taking a final vote on the bill. “There are a number of members with outstanding concerns that they feel are still unresolved. ... The Senate will be considering amendments before we vote on final passage later this week,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said ahead of the vote. Though supporters rolled out a final version of the bill last week to try to win over more GOP senators, conservatives, led by Cotton and Kennedy, are expected to get votes on three amendments. Cotton, in a National Review op-ed published Monday, said his potential changes would help "limit the damage" and conservatives who had already said they would support the bill "have jumped on the bandwagon too soon."
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    Yesterday, 11:03 PM
    A federal court has ruled that that a New York state ban on possessing nunchucks is unconstitutional. Judge Pamela Chen issued the ruling about the famous martial arts weapon last Friday in a Brooklyn federal court, according to The Associated Press. The news service noted that Chen's ruling recounted the history of the nunchucks ban, which was instituted in New York in 1974 "out of a concern that, as a result of the rising popularity ‘of ‘Kung Fu’ movies and shows,′ ‘various circles of the state’s youth’ — including ‘muggers and street gangs’ — were ‘widely’ using nunchaku to cause ‘many serious injuries.’” The plaintiff in the case, James Maloney, was charged with possession of nunchucks, two rigid rods connected at one end by a chain or rope, in his home in 2000. Maloney initially filed a complaint in 2003. The AP notes that he was mainly focused on getting that part of the law that bans nunchucks even in private homes overturned. Chen said in her ruling that the court couldn't just take that part out of the existing law. She ruled that the state law as it pertained to possessing the weapon was in violation of the Second Amendment. She also said that the law as it applied to the manufacturing, transporting or disposing of nunchucks was unconstitutional.
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    Yesterday, 10:58 PM
    It couldn't be that the place is a pedo den, could it?
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    Yesterday, 10:55 PM
    There was much anticipation ahead of tonight speech by Chinese President Xi Jinping at the 40th Reforms Anniversary Event. Hope was high for Xi to highlight potential new reform measures, growth initiatives, and - what the markets want most - moar stimulus. He instead offered none of the above, choosing a propaganda-heavy discourse on the Communist Party's contributions to the success of China. Main highlights include Xi pointing out that 1978 marked major turning point of far reaching significance and "China's stability makes it one of the safest nations in the world..." (except if you're a Canadian businessman) China's had an average +9.5% growth for the past 40 years. But warned that: "China may face unimaginable difficulties ahead"
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