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    Today, 12:12 AM
    Hmmmmm..... Constantine, who formed & controlled the Nicene Creed was a pagan. 75 Books were taken out of the original writings- including some of Jesus words (The Book of Thomas.) And the word that was later translated to witch originally meant herbalist or poisoner. Here's an interesting article on the probable meanings & translations: And I'm not going to get into a heated discussion on religion- I am a minister and have studied the histories of the ancient texts etc for a long time. You can believe what you wish.
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:07 PM
    So more government is the answer as usual of the leftist statists. The answer is to oppose free trade, and expand government and increase taxation and more government regulation. And this is a perfect example of the kind of statist idiocy that is destroying our nation and destroying US competitiveness. Simultaneously recognizing that government regulation, taxation and interference in the markets is hindering US competitiveness and so the solution is a call for bigger government, more regulation, more taxation, more intervention in the markets. Brilliant, just brillant. And people wonder why US has lost so much of its competitive edge. Its this leftist mindset, whether by Bernie Sanders protectionists or the Trump delusion cult socialist protectionists. They are all big government central planning crony socialist statists.
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    Yesterday, 09:56 PM
    So the Washington now released a few stills from their previously released video. amazingly the stills are less grainy, higher resolution and in color. This establishes that the prior video was highly edited before release. Why? Why can't we have the full video at this resolution and in color? What are they hiding? And when I say full video, I mean full video, not just the selected 1 minute 40 seconds. We want to see the entire of the boat approaching the ship. And doesn';t it seem highly convenient that this "smoking gun" evidence was left there on the ship in plane site for many hours and the US government with all its high tech satellite surveillance, plane surveillance, drone surveillance, helicopters, shops and everything else they have in the area was not able to document that evidence or go get it. But they conveniently left it there for a small boat to come back many hours later in broad daylight and under perhaps a myriad of active surveillance and retrieve the alleged "smoking gun" that Washington left.
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    Yesterday, 09:45 PM
    "Just four Chinese companies accounted for 48 percent of global Android phone shipments in Q1 2019. Adding the smaller manufacturers the share apparently rises to 67 percent. ... what if they all backed and switched to Huawei’s OS? "
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    Yesterday, 09:38 PM
    Just more leftist-socialist economic whining. (WAHHHH). If trading with China is just so "unfair" then why is it Japan has a trade surplus with China? Why is it that Korea has a trade surplus with China? Why is it that Germany has a trade surplus with China? Australia, Malaysia, Brazil and others all maintains a trade surplus with China. ITs the same old crying that markets are "unfair" so we need government intervention to protect our US manufacturing again the ability to obtain low-cost qualify materials to make themselves more competitive. When it is remarkably faster and easier to sety up a business or manufacturing in China than the US that is a reflection of the US self-sabotage, nothing to blame China. China is not responsible for USA's loss of competitiveness. You can blame the US government for that along with to a lesser extent various state governments with their income taxes, the regulations and reporting and red tape, and minimum wage laws and withholdings regulations and regulatory requirements, and unemployment tax and ss tax and medicare tax and 10.000 other requirements, and import and export requirements and filings and tariffs and excise taxation and reportings and 10,000 other burdens and requirements piled on. It is death by a 1,000 cuts. Now these same protectionist leftist mindset statists want to fix the problems cause by government regulation and taxation by adding more government regulation and taxation in the form of tariffs and trade wars and sanctions and imperial decrees of what business can buy and sell and from and to whom. Pure idiots. You can also blame the statists protectionists because it is their mindset that led to all these handicaps imposed on American businesses to make us less competitive.
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    Yesterday, 09:13 PM
    Trump's Pompeo Shamefully Covers for the Bonesaw Saudis Again Pompeo has just proven once again that there is nothing the Trump administration won’t do to cover for Saudi Arabia … Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has blocked the inclusion of Saudi Arabia on a U.S. list of countries that recruit child soldiers, dismissing his experts’ findings that a Saudi-led coalition has been using under-age fighters in Yemen’s civil war … Pompeo has made a habit of overruling State Department experts when their recommendations don’t line up with the administration’s preference for giving the Saudis whatever they want. Last fall, he overruled them to make the bogus certification that the Saudi coalition was making an effort to reduce civilian casualties, and now he has overruled them to pretend that the Saudi coalition doesn’t use child soldiers when there is ample evidence … Pompeo is doing it as a favor to a despotic regime because it happens to buy a lot of U.S.-made weapons. … The argument goes that we must arm anyone who is not Iran. … even bone-saw-wielding countries brazen enough to kill a dissident in a foreign consulate. … we’ll still give you arms. …
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    Yesterday, 09:00 PM
    An Eritrean 'asylum seeker' has been sentenced by a German court to seven and a half years in prison for attempted murder after the man stabbed his host family's 11-year-old son, according to local media. Abdulrahman M., 26, had been staying in Vilshofen, Lower Bavaria, with a family known to house migrants, Junge Freiheit reports. In July, 2018, he attacked the family's 11-year-old son when they were home alone, pushing him to the ground and stabbing him in the throat with a 15 cm blade while yelling, "Die! Die! Die!" An intervention by the family dog, who bit Abdulrahman, enabled the boy to escape and flee down the street with his assailant in pursuit. Abdulrahman would later tell prosecutors that he had a video of himself naked on his cell phone, which his victim's mother had somehow seen, and the attempted killing was an act of retribution. "It is not possible for a woman to see a Muslim naked, this must be punished with death," Abdulrahman said, asserting that 'the devil' had ordered him to carry the knife. The child now suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and has reportedly not been able to attend school. "We always helped Abdulrahman," said the victim's mother. "We do not understand why he did this to us."
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    Yesterday, 08:26 PM It took an Australian jury only 15 minutes on Tuesday to decide the fate of Sarah Joy Guazzo, a teacher who had sex with a 16-year-old student on multiple occasions in 2016.Sitting in the District Court in Townsville, the jury acquitted the 29-year-old Queensland woman of unlawful carnal knowledge, Australia’s ABC reported. Jurors apparently bought the argument, put forth by Guazzo’s attorney, Stephen Zillman, that her teen victim was a more than willing party and that the student had “treated her like a piece of a meat.” “You might have got the impression that he was not virginal — quite an experienced practitioner in the art of love-making,” Zillman told the court, in reference to the teen’s behavior.
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    Yesterday, 08:12 PM
    DamianTV replied to a thread 'Puppy dog eyes' in Open Discussion
    Interesting... It does gives us both a two way street. We can better communicate with them, and they can better communicate with us. Most human / animal communication problems come from humans, not animals. We just dont know how to listen. Or maybe we have been too distracted to bother listening to what they have to say. Ive seen nothing build up a dogs self esteem and self confidence more than the dog knowing there are those of us who DO listen and DO pay attention to both wants and needs. One pleasing thing about these eye muscles is that I know damn good and well when they are smiling.
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    Yesterday, 08:06 PM
    When a 10 year old matches symphony masters - Chloe Hua
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    Yesterday, 07:25 PM
    The deep state finger puppet Trump, so upset by the FISA abuses against him, that the Idiot-in-Chief wants to make FISA warrantless spying permanent fixture to be abused against Americans for all perpetuity.
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    Yesterday, 06:38 PM
    No worries, I'm on a first-name basis with the local FBI here.
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    Yesterday, 06:34 PM
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    Yesterday, 06:27 PM
    Take it back! Take it back! I was just joking. I only use old Mexican flags for shop rags.
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    Yesterday, 06:25 PM
    Is that legal?
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    Yesterday, 06:23 PM
    Does it matter?
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    Yesterday, 06:20 PM
    When the civil war comes...
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:40 PM
    Yeah- Mises knows nothing about money. :rolleyes:
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:39 PM
    The more the media ignores someone, the more you can bet they are being shoved outta sight on purpose. In opposition, the more the media talks about a politician/candidate/etc- good or bad- the more you can bet that the media is with TPTB in holding them up. It was very obvious with Trump & still is- he & Hitlery were virtually the same candidate. TPTB didn't care which one won.
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    Yesterday, 05:16 PM
    Yesterday your taxes were too high. Today your taxes are too high. And two months from now your taxes will be too high. And that's like the fifth worst thing about the state. I'll take sweltering heat or extreme cold over living in mild climate any day if it means I'm not living in a Hep A, feces infested, communist shit hole.
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