• RJB's Avatar
    Today, 04:27 PM
    Thank you. I usually do. But obsessing over the bad orange man is ok? Wait a second. You are the same guy calling for a monarchy and return to the high churches?
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  • RJB's Avatar
    Today, 03:36 PM
    Just because the group you run with are full of them doesn't mean that is the way everyone else is. Lol
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  • RJB's Avatar
    Today, 03:34 PM
    Yeah, it's horrible when people speak their minds and they disagree with you. If it's a website, shut it down. If it's a foreign country, bomb them, right?
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  • Dr.3D's Avatar
    Today, 02:32 PM
    The cat dug a hole in the litter box.
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Today, 01:47 PM
    I'm on my phone and the twitterbird wont let me copy the twits posted about this. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/06/far-left-reddit-quarantines-largest-pro-trump-forum-online-as-election-season-begins-republicans-twiddle-thumbs/
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    Today, 01:37 PM
    People are too worried about hating Donald Trump or owning the libs to give a shit. Besides, just think of all those beautiful jobs. I've even heard the lame excuse that if we didn't supply them the ruskies would and this way we can modify their behavior because of our influence.
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    Today, 12:35 PM
    All that sounds cool, but I can't help but wonder if he sat down and asked himself, what is the most stereotypical stunt I could pull as a Southern used car salesman that will get me attention north of Virginia.
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    Today, 11:28 AM
    Michigan City, IN — A video detailing the utter disregard for the Constitution that some police departments in the United States have has been shared with the Free Thought Project. The sheer scope of the violation is up there in the most egregious cases on which we’ve ever reported here at TFTP. An entire bar was unlawfully detained, held against their will, and forced to submit their identification to police officers who ran all of their details through a police database. The Free Thought Project has reported on multiple instances in which entire groups of people were detained and forced to show ID or submit to a search. However, during these questionable situations, police were able to reasonably articulate suspicion that a crime had been committed or was about to be committed. Over the weekend, at a popular Michigan City bar, there was no crime and no one had been suspected of committing a crime. Despite these facts, more than a dozen officers raided this peaceful establishment in which patrons were enjoying their Saturday night. Police officers with the Michigan City Police Department blocked all the exits and the rights violating process began. After police trapped them inside, every person in the bar was forced to line up and submit their identification to one of the many police officers who had setup laptops. Only after they submitted to the background checks were the patrons allowed to leave. In the state of Indiana, a person only has to show their identification to law enforcement only if they have been stopped for an infraction or ordinance violation. Obviously, every single person inside this bar was not suspected of a crime, which made this process unconstitutional.
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    Today, 08:26 AM
    http://www.ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/featured-articles/2019/june/26/ny-times-admits-it-sends-stories-to-us-government-for-approval-before-publication/ Them - "We dont lie." Us - "Are you lying now?" Them - "No, of course not."
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    Today, 08:18 AM
    https://science.slashdot.org/story/19/06/25/2041217/smartphones-and-fitness-trackers-are-being-used-to-gauge-employee-performance Then AI fires you. Then AI fires your friends. Then AI recommends all your jobs should be done by robots. What could possibly go wrong?
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    Today, 12:19 AM
    https://news.slashdot.org/story/19/06/25/215219/two-thirds-of-american-employees-regret-their-college-degrees
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 12:15 AM
    According to Alex, the FBI cleared him of all charges, and, he is going after the media mouthpieces for Libel and Slander. Even if people do not agree with AJ at all, he still has a Constitutional Right to speak. I still think they go after him because he says what they dont want to be said about them, which is the very definition of Free Press.
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    Yesterday, 11:37 PM
    Also the fact that the US is running trade deficits, not just with China, but ALL of its largest trading partners [Canada, Mexico, Japan, Germany, South Korea, France, India, Taiwan, Brazil, the EU, also reveals that China is not to blame and the issue lies squarely with the US. The real primary driver of the trade deficit is the US fiat currency expansion enabled by the US government abuse of the reserve currency status. The following analogy highlights the principle.
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    Yesterday, 11:26 PM
    There Is a Problem With the US Account of the Drone Shootdown For one thing why was the transponder switched off? Did somebody want Iran to take the damn thing down? The Pentagon just held a very short press conference. … Lt General Joseph T. Guastella … made a very short statement. No questions were allowed. He said that the drone was in international airspace at high attitude and “34 kilometer from the nearest point of the Iranian coast” when it was shot down. That is trickery, or if you will trigonometry. High attitude means that the drone flew at a height of around 60,000+ feet or 20 kilometer. If it would have flown directly over the Iranian coastline it would have been “20 kilometer from the nearest point of the Iranian coast”. … The Iranian IRGC says that the drone had switched off its transponder shortly after takeoff. A look at the usual live air traffic sites confirms that the drone was not tracked by the civil aviation systems which monitor transponder signals.
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    Yesterday, 11:15 PM
    Gold Goats 'n Guns: Iran — Message Sent, Message Delivered It is clear that Iran is sending the U.S. a stern message. And that message is we can hurt you asymmetrically as much as you hurt us. … Iran’s leadership made it clear there was no mistake in their actions last week. They purposefully shot down one of our most advanced drones to send the U.S. a very clear warning. ‘Our capabilities far exceed your tolerance for withstanding them.’ The more we learn about this incident the more the initial story concocted by the U.S. looks specious. Drone in international airspace? Most likely not. … The drone that was shot down, an RQ-4A Global Hawk, was the cream of our surveillance drones. It was flying in tandem with an anti-submarine Poseidon P-8 spy plane, which, according to Elijah Magnier was carrying far more than its normal crew of 9. Try 38. …
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:05 PM
    The American Conservative: Trump Must Choose: War President or Anti-Interventionist Patrick Buchanan Visualizing 150 Iranians dead from a missile strike that he had ordered, President Donald Trump recoiled and canceled the attack … Good for Trump. By canceling the strike, the president also sent a message to Iran: we’re ready to negotiate. Yet given the irreconcilable character of our clashing demands, it is hard to see how the U.S. and Iran get off this road we are on, at the end of which a military collision seems almost certain. Consider the respective demands. Monday, the president tweeted: “The U.S. request for Iran is very simple—No Nuclear Weapons and No Further Sponsoring of Terror!” But Iran has no nuclear weapons, has never had nuclear weapons, and has never even produced bomb-grade uranium.
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:52 PM
    Why should they? He has proven completely untrustworthy. He can't keep a deal. Why would anyone in the world want to make a deal with Trump when he shown he will simply violate it at will. Trump is an idiot.
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    Yesterday, 10:47 PM
    I think it highly likely the unmanned spy plane was over Iranian airspace. Washington violates national airspace at will. Just look at the track record of drone bombings and assassinations, and Syria. Also, the Iranians almost immediately released a detailed flight path and exact coordinates of the planes location at time of strike. Regardless, the plane turned off its transponder and refused to respond. And this is during a period if heightened hostile acts by teh empire from an economic sanctions blockade to threats, the news reports promising a massive bombardment of Iran limited to specific targets. Would Washington have allows any Iranian spyplane within 15 mils let along 100 miles of the US coast? Never. I suspect that the empire bigwigs just never imagined Iran would shoot its high altitude spy plane down, and may not have even thought they could take out an aircraft at that altitude. Iran sent a message and that message was "Don't tread on me!"
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