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    Today, 09:24 AM
    Awesome. Unfortunately you have more work cut out for you.
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    Today, 09:21 AM
    Yet another thing I hate about NJ. There are times when I am dressed in business attire and appreciate the full service, but when my biker cap is on with a smoke in my mouth I do NOT want people touching my car or bike!
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    Today, 09:15 AM
    Are you just worried because it is more difficult to find a good buggy-whip these days? You can still get them if you look around ;-)
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    Today, 08:37 AM
    ATruepatriot In a world full of battery operated and electric power tools and such, which I do have and use, most of the time I prefer a good 'ol hammer, wooden miter box, manual screwdrivers and socket sets where I have better control and they keep my arms fit. I do not think manual screwdrivers will go away anytime soon.
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    Today, 08:24 AM
    I enjoy the freedom of choice and use both. There are times when there are no long lines and the cashier is pretty quick. There are other times when the cashier seems to be taking their good old time, or people in the lines chat on phones while transferring their stuff from buggy to belt, so I do the self-checkout and whiz right through. I do not worry about "jobs" so much, human cashiers are employed, as are the folks who design, manufacture, program, upgrade and service the auto check-out equipment.
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    Today, 07:27 AM
    LOL you don't say :seenoevil: :hearnoevil: :speaknoevil:
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    Today, 07:25 AM
    Dennis is a good man. I do not care for his domestic policy, but would have supported him as VP under Ron Paul. We know what the "repubs" did to Ron, the dems did their share by redistricting to oust Dennis. Btw, Dennis is on RPI's advisory board.
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    Today, 07:05 AM
    If San Francisco can do this, why aren't other cities/states, such as where YOU live, doing this too?
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    Today, 07:02 AM
    Published on May 29, 2019 In San Francisco, local lawmakers are pushing for a new ban on the use of facial recognition software in the state of California, as their own municipality will become the first to prohibit police from using this technology without a warrant. Investigative journalist Ben Swann joins In Question to discuss.
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    Today, 05:49 AM
    By Caitlin Johnstone CaitlinJohnstone.com June 24, 2019 Last night Fox’s Tucker Carlson praised Trump’s decision not to go forward with a planned attack against Iran which the president claims would have killed approximately 150 people in response to a downed drone, which if true would have been a profoundly barbaric response to a broken toy plane and would have led to retaliations from Iran, followed by a chain of military actions which could have escalated God knows how far. Carlson, who has been credited with persuading Trump against further military escalations with Iran, lit into the neoconservative elements of Trump’s cabinet with unprecedented viciousness. He called National Security Advisor John Bolton a “bureaucratic tapeworm” who never suffers any consequences for his relentless warmongering and accusing him and his collaborators of deliberately engineering a provocation to lead to direct military confrontation. Carlson urged Trump to expunge the influencers who are pushing for a war with Iran, and cautioned that it would cost him re-election. “Bombing Iran would have ended political career in a minute,” Carlson said. “There’d be no chance of re-election after that.”
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    Today, 05:39 AM
    + Rep
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    Yesterday, 08:07 PM
    Yes. Republicans turn warmongers once again. Because, can’t side with the opposition. Right? It happens every election cycle.
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    Yesterday, 03:49 PM
    Do you work? Do you have a job? Would you be willing to do whatever it takes to work yourself out of a job, or would you do whatever it takes to expand your business and ensure your own employment? Someday when you grow up you might catch on. $4.6 Billion migration “budget”. It’s in that other thread.
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    Yesterday, 03:39 PM
    How much more will this cost, another $4.6 Billion, like that migration budget? Every single time the government does something it ends up costing me more frn’s and freedom.
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    Yesterday, 03:33 PM
    Here’s the difference between you and me: I printed out stacks of Mike Kelly On the Record (R-Pa-CD3), attended his re-election camping trail and handed them out. Beside the fact that 97% of his constituents became irate with me, crunched them up and pitched them, Mike Kelly chuckled when I told him he’d be a shoe-in on a D ticket. When he actually read the record sheet he and his staff tried to talk me out of passing them out. It was my turn to chuckle. The problem was, he got voted back in anyway and maintained his pathetic record. “Republicans” love that guy. And no, they are not “immigrants”. Immigrants were not responsible for his pathetic floor votes.
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    Yesterday, 03:15 PM
    From the above article: “$112 million for migrant medical care and consumables, including clothing, baby formula, hygiene products, and other essential items … $45 million for detainee medical care … Prioritizes use of community-based residential care and licensed facilities over large facilities … Ensures that Senators and Members of Congress have access to shelters for the purpose of conducting oversight … Restates current law on applicability of Section 224 in the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2019.” My way would have been cheaper and freer. No incentives, welfare, other assistance, etc. You want to come to Land of the Free, get a job and work, you are an adult and on your own.
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    Yesterday, 03:04 PM
    I just got telling you not to give republicans easy passes and “blaming others” for their own pathetic floor votes and there you go doing just that. Sheesh! It is just like grounding the kid from tv for not doing homework but then letting him watch it because it is Tuesday and that is when his favorite show is on. :-O Boy, the deep state loves folks like you lol
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    Yesterday, 01:51 PM
    Curious indeed. Also, when I resided there, it was not flooded with thousands and thousands of Mexican immigrants. And the list AF provided they are all “Americans”. Something else seems to be going on. Perhaps government workers inherently like government growth, much like companies wanting to expand their businesses. They certainly do not want to work themselves out of a job.
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    Yesterday, 01:29 PM
    Yet you just told me in another thread that Index ratings in the 70’s was acceptable. LOL No thanks. Though I do not bother to vote national circus party anymore, I will stick to supporting only those with 90% or better.
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    Yesterday, 01:11 PM
    Don’t give big-government-MIC-no-bid-contract-pro-surveillance-state republicans an easy pass and other people to blame. Immigrants can not vote outside of maybe local. Immigrants, like Americans are not even aware of the pathetic anti-constitutional votes on the house/senate floor. Refer to post #45, replace democrat with republican and the same exact conversation applies.
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    Yesterday, 09:48 AM
    I was almost going to run numbers to see what the national average index score is but figure the country is so far off the constitutional mark why bother.
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    Yesterday, 05:22 AM
    Feel the Bern! What do you like about Sanders? He cares about people and we need him. What floor votes of his do you support or not support? Well, he’s a democrat and so am I!
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    06-22-2019, 09:40 PM
    Ron suggested working with both parties. He believes there is little difference between the two. That does not necessarily mean endorsing or throwing money bombs. While she may have some ideals that align with some of ours, she is still an internal welfare supporter the same way the gop are external welfare supporters. Her Freedom Index Score is 30% which is far, far, far below even tolerable.
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    06-22-2019, 09:22 PM
    Seriously? Do you not read Lew Rockwell, and RonPaulInstitute where he is senior fellow?
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    06-22-2019, 09:19 PM
    Either or... having a platform to speak to whatever audience to draw more folks to the ideas of liberty. Justin is polished, Adam is more gut.
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    06-22-2019, 08:00 PM
    ...all to catch up to the 21st century. A little smoke and mirrors, a few bones here and there, make it appear it is an elimination when in fact it will be a technological overhaul. You know, to hire even more and retrain top talent.
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    06-22-2019, 07:37 PM
    Fantastic. Think what would happen if the same counties across the country revolted against other aspects of government infringement, such as eliminating the IRS, welfare, etc.
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    06-22-2019, 06:27 PM
    Well, considering I no longer vote national elections, have at it. It is the centralized government, written by centralists, that I oppose. No matter how you slice it, both parties are part of the same government that has been abusing personal liberties and individualism since pen hit the page. If I see a Rand, Justin, Tom... as I did with Ron, I wish them all the hope. If folks are intent on voting in order to feel USA USA “proud” I at least try to steer them in the right direction, hoping someday they will figure it all out. Perhaps now you will give me a + REP for this well thought out, truthful and eloquent post ;-)
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    06-22-2019, 05:04 PM
    Every representative should vote 100% to the government’s Law of the Land. While I personally do not deviate when it comes to Bill of Rights, there are portions of the Constitution that I obviously and absolutely do not agree with. Therefore my magic number is 90% in this ridiculous climate. Anything below 90% is a net loss. 70’s and 80’s you are simply pleading for bigger government than it already is. So, as I stated above, NO. Sound complex? It isn’t really ;-)
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    06-22-2019, 01:20 PM
    Libertarian Presidential Candidate Adam Kokesh Says Dissolve the US Government written by adam dick tuesday june 18, 2019 So, you think the United States government is too big and powerful and that power should be returned to state and local governments? Well, Adam Kokesh may be your presidential candidate — if you are willing to take your thinking to the extreme. Interviewed Monday by Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Andrew Napolitano on the Fox Business show Kennedy, Kokesh, who is seeking the Libertarian Party presidential nomination for the 2020 election, declared he supports “dissolving through a bankruptcy process in a peaceful, orderly, responsible manner that would leave us with 50 independent states and, of course, up to 562 sovereign native nations.” Watch Kokesh’s complete interview HERE.
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