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    Today, 09:44 AM
    Mr. Animal needs to step up here.
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    Today, 09:36 AM
    Lol, don't hurt yourself.
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    Today, 09:05 AM
    The series rocked too.
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    Today, 08:58 AM
    MAY 28, 2017 By Dawn Luger Donald Trump was endorsed by the NRA (National Rifle Association) and he assured his voters he’d protect their Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. Considering his new desire to keep non-violent “criminals” from owning guns, this flip-flop on values needs to be known. Scouring through conservative alternative media left much to be desired on this, while the left-leaning outlets are having a heyday. The truth is more important than partisan politics, so it bears mentioning that this won’t sit nicely in the belly of those on the political right. But Sessions vs. Binderup is a big deal to anyone who seeks freedom from the continued oppression of the federal government. Trump administration lawyers are urging the Supreme Court to reject a 2nd Amendment claim that would restore the right to own a gun for two Pennsylvania men who were convicted more than 20 years ago of nonviolent crimes. –LA Times
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    Today, 12:19 AM
    Oooops, too late.
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    Today, 12:15 AM
    Keeps the State healthy.
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    Today, 12:06 AM
    Published time: 25 May, 2017 A newly released declassified audit from the US Department of Defense shows that negligent accounting by the military has resulted in the Pentagon not knowing what happened to more than $1 billion in arms and equipment meant for the Iraqi Army. The Office of Inspector General for the Pentagon's findings from September 2016 was made public Wednesday as a result of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request from human rights group Amnesty International. Over $1 billion worth of arms and military equipment designated under the Iraq Train and Equip Fund (ITEF) and meant to assist the Iraqi government in combatting Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), was not accounted for, the DOD audit found.
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    Today, 12:02 AM
    written by ron paul sunday may 28, 2017 http://ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/featured-articles/2017/may/28/are-we-fighting-terrorism-or-creating-more-terrorism/ When we think about terrorism we most often think about the horrors of a Manchester-like attack, where a radicalized suicide bomber went into a concert hall and killed dozens of innocent civilians. It was an inexcusable act of savagery and it certainly did terrorize the population. What is less considered are attacks that leave far more civilians dead, happen nearly daily instead of rarely, and produce a constant feeling of terror and dread. These are the civilians on the receiving end of US and allied bombs in places like Syria, Yemen, Afghanistan, Somalia, and elsewhere.
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    Yesterday, 11:59 PM
    Appleton, WI — Police shot and killed a man last Sunday at Jack’s Apple Pub. Jimmie Sanders, of Milwaukee, was fatally wounded when police arrived after someone at the pub called 911. Sanders and Henry Nellum got into a fight. Nellum pulled out the gun witnesses said he brought with him to the bar. Nellum told police he was attempting to hand his gun to a friend when the fight broke out. But witnesses told police that wasn’t true. Nellum allegedly put the gun to Sanders’ neck just before Sanders wrestled the firearm away from him. During the scuffle, the gun went off. That’s when police were called to the scene. When police arrived, Sanders had just gotten the gun away from Nellum and, according to witnesses, this resolved the situation. However, seeing the gun in his hand, police opened fire on Sanders, killing him. Now, police have charged Nellum with attempted homicide but it wasn’t Nellum who killed Sanders. It was the Appleton police. Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/milwaukee-man-killed-police-disarmed-attacker/#Pi2Yzm3pHtWfrAEG.99
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    Yesterday, 11:51 PM
    I decided I'm going to visit my dads grave on a different day, even though he's buried in a military graveyard. I'll pay my respects for reasons other than his serving in a banksters war.
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    Yesterday, 11:46 PM
    Oh well, I still get referred to as 'Originalist'. But I haven't been here as long.
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    Yesterday, 10:56 PM
    Holy shit!! Amazing
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    Yesterday, 09:39 PM
    Reminds me of that injun from F-Troop.
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    Yesterday, 08:25 PM
    Indiana's legislature hasn't made PMs legal tender yet though, AFAIK.
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    Yesterday, 08:17 PM
    Uncle oyarde should visit this summer. His coinage should go quite far here. :D And the injun reservations sell plenty of trinkets. The Grand Canyon gift shop ain't too shabby...
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    Yesterday, 08:14 PM
    https://lewrockwell.com/2017/05/no_author/another-ron-paul-victory/ Phoenix, AZ — The latest massive price increases in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum have boosted the credibility of investors who criticize the fiat currency system. Unfortunately, precious metals haven’t followed in crypto’s footsteps yet, and heavy losses over the last few years have led many people to write off the asset class altogether. Owning things like gold and silver in the United States has either been outlawed or stigmatized since the Great Depression, but recently, real progress has been made towards once again recognizing them as legal tender. In anticipation of the growing problems with the national debt, individual states across the country are seizing the opportunity to protect themselves and their citizens from financial repression. Twenty states have already eliminated sales taxes on precious metals transactions, but some are taking it even further. The most recent bill was H.B. 2014 in Arizona, which classifies U.S.-minted coins as a form of currency and even eliminates capital gains taxes on qualified precious metals. These kinds of simple actions directly threaten the power of the U.S. Federal Reserve, and any competition to the U.S. dollar undermines the central bank’s longstanding monopoly. Representatives in Arizona worked on this legislation for years, and thanks to the support of people like Ron Paul, there was enough pressure on the governor to sign it into law. Dr. Paul explained why this bill is so crucial for the future: “HB 2014 is a very important and timely piece of legislation. The Federal Reserve’s failure to reignite the economy with record-low interest rates since the last crash is a sign that we may soon see the dollar’s collapse. It is therefore imperative that the law protect people’s right to use alternatives to what may soon be virtually worthless Federal Reserve Notes.” “We ought not to tax money, and that’s a good idea. It makes no sense to tax money,” Paul told state senators in March. “Paper is not money, it’s a substitute for money and it’s fraud.” Utah was the first to implement this new policy of empowering state governments against reckless federal incompetence when they passed H.B. 317 in 2011. This bill not only recognized coins as a form of money and eliminated taxes on them, but it also encouraged the state to study how it might establish an entirely new system of legal tender if needed. Each state that stands up and refuses to be condemned to bankruptcy by the bloated bureaucrats in D.C. puts additional pressure on this failing paper Ponzi scheme. Only when enough people recognize the destructive road we’re heading down and demand a change will the federal government and banking institutions be forced to adapt. These growing pressures aren’t just manifesting domestically but can be seen developing around the world.
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    Yesterday, 06:37 PM
    ZPG? (zero population growth)
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    Yesterday, 04:25 PM
    Meh. I've actually had this myself lately. It's been a really bad year for allergies. :( IDK if she's lying, but it's plausible. Has she had allergy problems during speaking engagements in the past? If not, it's probably just a made up excuse.
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  • The Northbreather's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:54 AM
    Anything a government has to give was stolen by force from another- Ron Paul
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    05-27-2017, 11:16 PM
    Saw Skynyrd in their early years, pretty good shit.
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    I let my business go. But I'm still busy as hell all the time. It's nice not to have to detail every little transaction you make and report it to to our overlords.
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    I agree with everything you wrote. This has alot to do with the decline of our culture, where people eat unhealthy fast food, live sedentary lives in front of the tv and then expect some magic pill to cure them of all their poor lifestyle choices and the consequences thereof. Big Pharma is most definity complicit in this, as is the fed gov and the medical providers/practioners as well. But it has come to the point where many people don't want to hear that their back pain is due to the fact that they are overweight or the best treatment for their type 2 diabetes is lifestyle changes and diet modifications. A good amount of people in this society just would rather do that which makes them happy at the moment (fast food/tv/etc) and then turn to magic pills to wipe away any of the guilt or negative effects of their choices.

    but I do agree that the system is broken and needs to be fixed, and i am not at all against alternative treatments which are sound and backed by real data.
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    No worries. I am just getting sick and tired of the way this liberty movement is so against medical doctors because of the abuse found in the system. There is no way this movement will ever take off in this country without the aid of those professions with fiduciary duties, such as doctor, nurses, lawyers and police officers. There is this fantasy I keep reading from posts (and I am not talking about you) where zealous alternative therapy advocates seem to keep judging and castigating entire (conventional) medical professions and are blind to see the rampant quakery, corruption and greed which is also found in the world of alternate medicine.
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    Thanks for the rep. Keep thinking
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