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    Today, 01:35 AM
    What is the source link for the above article? Why not post it here?
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    Today, 01:32 AM
    Cool. Some of the footage is from New Hampshire. On Thursday of the New Hampshire Liberty Forum, the documentary will be shown. I'm going to wait until then to watch it. From the preview I saw, it looked good :)
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    Today, 01:09 AM
    If it isn't against state law, a city may raise or lower the drinking or smoking age. As you pointed out, towns and cities, and even liberal and conservative states across the country, have raised the age for smoking. Statewide, this doesn't appear to be a liberal vs. conservative issue. However, on a city level, it likely is mostly a liberal issue, at least for smoking. For alcohol, on the local level, it seems to be mostly a conservative issue. There are still lots of dry places around the country, and they are mostly bastions of Conservativism.
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    Today, 12:40 AM
    It is definitely a good thing, a very good thing - for the small businesses located near the California state border in OR, NV, and AZ :D
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    Yesterday, 04:43 AM
    The whole point of the EPA is to solve or reduce pollution problems that cross state lines. In this case, it actually created the problem, and refuses to solve it. It seems there is no longer any point in the EPA. Time to follow Ron Paul's advice! :cool:
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    Yesterday, 04:24 AM
    This is great news for out-of-state small business owners. It should be named the OR-NV-AZ Small Business Promotion Bill.
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    Yesterday, 04:14 AM
    It wouldn't make sense for the federal government to make it illegal since seat belt use isn't required in all states. #LiveFreeorDie :D
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    Yesterday, 04:11 AM
    My understanding is that both industry leaders, Google and Samsung, already sold over 5 million of their various VR headsets. Google just released a new headset and Samsung is supposed to do so later this year. VR never caused any issues for my roommate or me with our headsets. The problem with Sony not being able to sell more, is that it is producing headsets at a slow rate. I'm loving the technology, and if it only doubles the 2016 sales this year, that's fine with me.
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    01-11-2017, 08:53 PM
    SB12 passed a NH Senate committee yesterday. Now it goes to the full NH Senate. The vote is expected to be around 14 to 10, with all 14 Republicans expected to vote for it. This bill is on a fast track because the NH Senate leadership, NH House leadership, and the Governor all strongly support it. As written, this is the best Constitutional Carry bill in the nation. If it becomes law, it will be very obvious that NH has the best firearm laws in the nation. While the NH Senate isn't expected to amend the bill, it is possible that the NH House might amend the bill. Feel free to contact your elected officials and ask them to support and pass SB12, the Constitutional Carry bill, as written. Look up your elected officials here. http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/ A story about SB12. http://www.guns.com/2017/01/11/new-hampshire-constitutional-carry-legislation-makes-it-out-of-committee/
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    01-09-2017, 11:15 PM
    This is a very close game :D Not great defense, but that's what I expect in college football. It was nice to see AL finally fall behind, if only for a couple minutes.
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    01-03-2017, 11:59 PM
    How many students would this effect? Perhaps half the students in the system. That's 220,000 students. How much will it cost per student? I'll go with a conservative $60,000, assuming most of the students will not finish a traditional 4.5 year degree at a university. 220,000 x 60,000 = over 13 billion dollars. NY should easily be able to afford this if it doubles state income taxes and no businesses let any employees go or relocate to a different state. Sounds like a plan :rolleyes: :confused: :toady: BTW, NY is already the least free state in the nationl overall and specifically for economic freedom. This might lead to NY being the least free place in North America. https://www.freedominthe50states.org/overall/new-york
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    01-03-2017, 09:19 AM
    I guess they don't have independent contractors in France, or I'd think millions of workers would soon be told they had to become independent contractors to counter this new regulation.
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    01-03-2017, 09:14 AM
    We cannot underestimate the positive impact Dr. Sowell had on the lives of millions of Americans. He deserves another post here in his honor. Happy 85th Birthday (June 30) Thomas Sowell By Mark J. Perry https://www.aei.org/publication/happy-85th-birthday-june-30-thomas-sowell/ Click on the link for the ten quotes by Dr. Sowell. https://www.aei.org/publication/happy-85th-birthday-june-30-thomas-sowell/
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    12-30-2016, 04:23 PM
    I did fix the title :) He is one of the best known libertarians in the country. I guess you could say he was a libertarian/conservative or some combination of the above. He is libertarian on economic issues, and on many social issues such as: drugs, firearms, affirmative action, etc. https://www.theadvocates.org/libertarianism-101/libertarian-celebrities/thomas-sowell/ Call Dr. Sowell libertarian or conservative. What really matters is that he did so much, far more than any of us, to explain to millions of people over decades that libertarian policies are good policies ;)
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    12-30-2016, 11:43 AM
    Many conservative sites have posted dedications to Dr. Thomas Sowell. Here is an example. Thomas Sowell Retires: Nine of His Greatest Hits The seasoned libertarian-conservative columnist shaped the political debate for decades by Jim Stinson | Updated 28 Dec 2016 at 7:33 AM http://www.lifezette.com/polizette/thomas-sowell-retires-nine-of-his-greatest-hits/
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    12-30-2016, 11:41 AM
    Legendary libertarian author Dr. Thomas Sowell retired is weekly column. This is sad news, as it was featured in many newspapers, providing a regular libertarian perspective to millions of readers. Thank you Dr. Sowell for all you have done to advance liberty, and especially economic liberty, over the many decades! http://www.unionleader.com/editorial/Thank-you-Dr-Sowell-Legendary-conservative-retires-12282016
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    12-30-2016, 11:14 AM
    We don't know for sure if they have the law on their side with a slam dunk case. I agree that the state law should stand. However, state or federal judges might disagree. Until this or similar laws have gone to court multiple times, we don't know. It is great that these folks volunteered to be test cases, though. They are better men than I.
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    12-29-2016, 11:28 PM
    I like it. Governor Paul!
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    12-22-2016, 06:30 PM
    This bill is out. It is HB84. I was pleasantly surprised that of the 4 sponsors, 2 are Democrats! http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/bill_status/bill_docket.aspx?lsr=35&sy=2017&sortoption=billnumber&txtsessionyear=2017&txtbillnumber=hb84 Docket of HB84 Bill Title: relative to carrying a loaded rifle, shotgun, or crossbow in a vehicle or boat. Official Docket of HB84: Date Body Description 12/21/2016 H To Be Introduced 01/04/2017 and referred to Fish and Game and Marine Resources
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    12-22-2016, 06:15 PM
    List of sponsors is out. It has more senators as co-sponsors than any other piece of legislation. That's an excellent sign. This should sail through the senate with all 14 Republicans supporting it. Sponsors: (Prime) Sen. Jeb Bradley, Sen. Chuck Morse, Sen. Sharon Carson, Sen. Andy Sanborn, Sen. John Reagan, Sen. Regina Birdsell, Sen. Kevin Avard, Sen. Bob Giuda, Sen. James Gray, Sen. Ruth Ward, Sen. Daniel Innis, House Majority Leader Richard Hinch, Rep. Howard Pearl, Rep. Daniel Itse, Rep. James Spillane, and Rep. Michael Harrington
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    12-22-2016, 01:06 AM
    Good point. The Exxon/Mobil guy is a Democrat, so I'm not sure the Republicans will support him. Still, I think enough Republicans might give him a chance for him to get it. If not him, Rand Paul wanted Senator Bob Corker, a somewhat moderate/liberal Republican from TN.
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    12-19-2016, 05:20 PM
    Saw it on Fedbook. That face you make when Ron Paul didn't even run but got more electoral college votes than Gary Johnson/Bill Weld. I'm just sayin'.....
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    12-18-2016, 10:10 AM
    Very unlikely this term. Heck, no state has ever passed cannabis legalization though the legislature, not even the most liberal state in the nation - VT. NH was the first state to get legalization passed in a state legislative body, but then it was defeated. The good news is that NH has 25 cannabis reform legislative service requests. All of them good, and most of them will become bills. How many will pass? 6, 13, 22? That's anyone's guess. We expect cannabis decriminalization to finally pass in NH this term because we now have a Republican governor.
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    12-18-2016, 09:56 AM
    That is one of the two main reasons stated for why the incumbent Republican governor lost. He supported costly tolls on the roads that hurt locals, cost much more than not tolling the roads would cost, and sent any profits to Spain.
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