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    Today, 11:12 AM
    Ron Paul does not read the RonPaulForums. Does he?
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    Today, 10:30 AM
    That was actually Walter who said that. :-)
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    Today, 10:21 AM
    So if some of these girls insist on being on their own, feel that they want to "travel the world", not work a full time job, and look for some sugar daddy to pay for her lifestyle, it is consent. I would presume, for the most part, they are not drawing Welfare from the taxpayer. Conversely, there are multi-generational Section 8's having a baby at 14, 15, 16 years old, street smart enough to figure out that having another, many times by a different father, will up the monthly Welfare check. All while government gets to decide how government can extract the most amount of tax dollars from the rest of the middle class to keeping the court/prison complex alive and well. My take from this: If a girl in Section 8 knows how to game the system and is determined to live off of my dime, and if the consensus among republicrats is that there should not be a call to end Welfare, at least recognize that after the 2nd or 3rd kid being born by a 2nd or 3rd father, Welfare payments should immediately stop, the mother and/or fatherzzz should be required to obtain a job and stop soaking the system. There are legitimate cases, if the girl is actually kidnapped/abused, with evidence, there are already laws to deal with that regardless of age.
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    Today, 08:49 AM
    Kelly will help.
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    Today, 08:34 AM
    The title is a dead giveaway and says it all: Peter Thiel, “The Star Trek Computer Is Not Enough” A restrained foreign policy is indeed good, but keep in mind the shift is away from bombing and destroying, to one of population control, which is cheaper and easier to deploy. Read here and here.
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    Today, 08:25 AM
    Another Omnibus? Another "emergency" spending bill? A toast, once ratified, to the USMCA that he signed at the signing ceremony? More protectionism, infrastructure and MIC contracts with TSA, DHS, et al....? Lawsuits, taking private property and contract rights away from hard working people and businesses?
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    Today, 07:34 AM
    Written by Ron Paul Monday July 15, 2019 Recently several prominent social and populist conservatives have attacked libertarianism. These conservatives, some of whom are allies in the fight against our hyper-interventionist foreign policy, blame libertarianism for a variety of social and economic ills. The conservative attack on libertarianism — like the attack on the freedom philosophy launched by leftists — is rooted in factual, economic, and philosophical errors. Libertarianism’s right-wing critics claim libertarianism is the dominant ideology of the Republican establishment. This is an odd claim since the Republican leadership embraces anti-libertarian policies like endless wars, restrictions on civil liberties, government interference in our personal lives, and massive spending increases on welfare as well as warfare.
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    Today, 07:10 AM
    That is one solution. .GOV forces itself into every aspect of our lives. Companies move abroad, people save, retire and become Ex-Pats, looking to escape .gov's enormous choke-hold. And then people wonder why America is left with the garbage, while continuing to participate in the two-party duopoly that created the problems in the first place. The problem becomes, .GOV is not happy controlling just American's lives - it invades and conquers other countries, creates organizations such as U.N., IMF, proposes USMCA (North American Union) and can't leave the people who try to escape the hell alone. Try taking just $10,000 cash of your half million that you earned and invested out of the U.S... hellhound-on-your-tail.
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    Today, 06:41 AM
    PAF replied to a thread Biometric Update in World News & Affairs
    Airport Biometrics Adoption Itinerary Explored By Diverse Stakeholders . . In the U.S., however, CBP has already engaged a broad group of stakeholders to build the public-private partnerships behind the growing number of Biometric Exit trials, which have nearly doubled from nine airports in late 2017 to 17 by mid-2019. CBP had hoped to process the majority of international flights departing the country’s top 20 airports by early 2018, but it has already caught more than 20 imposters, Hutchinson notes, and the program seems likely to cross that threshold in the coming months. The trials, while controversial in some corners, have helped encourage a growing trend of acceptance and adoption of facial recognition, Hutchinson says, which is now combined with a greater understanding of biometric technology’s value among aviation industry players. Stein also says government agency participation in the funding of trials and other processes is making adoption easier for airlines and airports. “Because they’re eager to get adoption and collaboration with the airports and the airlines, they’re working very actively across the stakeholders including IATA, ACI (Airports Council International), ourselves, and each of the early adopter carriers to show how the technology they’re providing can add benefit both from a customer experience perspective, and an operational efficiencies, while helping CBP meet its mandate,” Stein points out.
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    Today, 06:20 AM
    by Walter Block Previously, I wrote this comment on that question. Several people sent me comments about this. I append them below, along with my reactions to them. Would Epstein Be A Criminal Under Libertarian Law, Part II Previously, I wrote this comment on that question.
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    Yesterday, 07:14 PM
    Ron Paul Institute Sunday July 14, 2019 House Democrats and a few Republicans have approved an amendment to the fiscal 2020 National Defense Authorization Act that they say will prevent President Trump from violating the Constitution by bombing the daylight out of Iran without approval from Congress. https://twitter.com/washingtonpost/status/1149716707373699076?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1149716707373699076&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ronpaulinstitute.org%2Farchives%2Ffeatured-articles%2F2019%2Fjuly%2F14%2Ftwo-faced-democrats-move-to-prevent-trump-s-iran-war%2F
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    Yesterday, 06:12 PM
    PAF replied to a thread Biometric Update in World News & Affairs
    FBI and TSA Legal Footing Criticized at House Committee Facial Recognition Hearings U.S. lawmakers criticized the FBI’s failure to implement five of the Government Accountability Office’s (GAO’s) recommendations and expressed concern with the method the FBI used to gather images from states for its facial recognition database in hearings Tuesday. Government agencies take their turn at The House Committee on Oversight and Reform’s reconvened facial recognition hearings, with testimony from both the FBI and GAO, and well as the TSA and NIST. FBI Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Information Services Deputy Assistant Director Kimberly Del Greco told the committee that facial recognition greatly enhances law enforcement capabilities and helps protect public safety.
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    Yesterday, 05:48 PM
    Is Ron Paul and Walter Block attending lol? I voted NO From my perspective, most if not all of these folks are already grounded in their positions. Ideas of liberty may get a few hand claps here and there, but dismissed by the time food is served. Again, from my perspective, time and money is better spent staying away from extremely well-spoken promoters of lobbyists, and instead reach out to the populace and college-age kids who are looking for answers. Locally and from the bottom up, not top down. But hey, if ya have a few thousand frn's for Surf and Turf that you can get elsewhere for $60, it is your money and you can do as you wish. Basically you would be "funding their cause".
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    Yesterday, 05:20 PM
    Not when you omit and/or twist/put words in my mouth. But, carry on.
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    Yesterday, 05:13 PM
    This is not a productive debate.
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    Yesterday, 04:59 PM
    Wait... wha? Let's be a little more productive here. Please explain how you think I "walk away" when I am more than typically front and center? Let's leave the "open border but Welfare NEEDS to cease to preserve maximum liberty" aside for the moment, since you and I will never come to an agreement. Tell me where you think I "walk away".
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    Yesterday, 04:48 PM
    Why should I let you know when the next revolution is? Did Paul Revere (folklore) or whoever fired the first shot wait for somebody else to let him know? Are you the type that leads, follows, or gets out of the way? Or perhaps like the road crew that takes 6 months to do a 2 day repave, you prefer to supervise? Your statement "walking away hands power to our enemies" is a little confusing. I was in the video above, among many others. How 'bout you?
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    Yesterday, 04:30 PM
    I know that you have been wanting to have that sit down with Ron to explain reality to him. Don't forget to block out some of your valuable time to sit Rand down afterward to provide your valuable words of wisdom to him also. Perhaps you should run for president to set the world free since you are all knowing.
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    Yesterday, 04:18 PM
    You hear but you do not listen. You are programmed to believe that the very system which enslaves you will one day free you. For example: 1. Do you actually believe that winning even 50% (slim to none chance) 90% or higher liberty representatives next election will stop the NSA, TSA, DHS and the implementation of a nationwide biometric identification system, slated to be fully live by 2025-2030? 2. Do you actually believe that the millions throughout the country who work those MIC contract jobs to feed their families are just going to wake up one day and quit their jobs and find something else to do? 3. Do you believe for one second, no matter how many people are exposed, fired, prosecuted, jailed - even if trump wins next election - that the contractors will suddenly stop lobbying the White House and around the world, wherever they can obtain tax paid government contracts?
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    Yesterday, 03:15 PM
    Keeping Trump from doing it won't keep liberals from doing it.
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    Yesterday, 08:22 AM
    The Military Industrial Complex was a phrase used by outgoing President Dwight Eisenhower when warning of a close relationship between the government and its defense industry. Military-Industrial Complex is an unofficial phrase used to signify the "comfortable" relationship that can develop between government entities (namely defense) and defense-minded manufacturers/organizations. This union can produce obvious benefits for both sides - warplanners receiving the tools necessary for waging war (while also furthering political interests abroad) while defense companies become the recipients of lucrative multi-million or multi-billion dollar deals. "War for profit" is not an exclusive approach for modern times as it drove the best and worst of old Europe for many decades - perhaps best exemplified by the naval arms race seen between France, Spain and Britain. The driving force behind these initiatives was generally in out-doing a potential foe and, therefore, forcing the establishment of a large standing military force to counter the moves of the potential enemy. The modern interpretation of this, as it relates to the Military-Industrial Complex, is only slightly altered in that the established military force is now utilized to further global interests - the enemy is no longer another nation per se but any organization not in line with presented ideals. At any rate, the theory of a mutually beneficial relationship existing between warplanners and industry is not unfounded for there is much money to be made in the design and development process of military goods which precede lucrative production commitments. As such, a defense contractor can be the recipient of multiple contracts during the lifespan of a single product leading many of the top firms to find ways to consistently outdo competitors in an attempt to maintain their own respective bottom lines in the boardroom and appease shareholders.
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    Yesterday, 07:40 AM
    I didn't count lately but this is known: On November 30, 2018, President Trump, along with the Prime Minister of Canada and the President of Mexico, signed the United States-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) “Trade Agreement”. “Trade” is in quotes, because the document isn’t about “trade” – it’s about setting up global government. “Agreement” is in quotes because the document is a “treaty” – and that invokes the two-thirds ratification requirement of Art. II, §2, cl. 2, US Constit. The USMCA Treaty (“Treaty”) was negotiated by U.S. Trade Representative, Robert Lighthizer. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, which works to move the United States into the North American Union (NAU). https://publiushuldah.wordpress.com/2019/01/27/the-usmca-trade-agreement-violates-our-constitution-and-sets-up-global-government/
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    Yesterday, 07:27 AM
    Same with Ron Paul as we all know too well.
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    Yesterday, 07:24 AM
    There will be no cuts whatsoever to welfare no matter who holds office. This is about NWO/MIC using pawns in order to accomplish the goal. Excuses will be made why we must restrict our right to travel freely and give up private/business property rights (sustainable development), and implement biometrics not only in America, but on a global scale. It is Bush's TSA all over again. Only this will seal our fate. Rand is doing whatever he can to hang on to the last threads of our freedom, especially knowing how the GOV/MIC operates. It is no longer a matter of if, but when. 2030 is the stated goal, but you can count on 2022.
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    Yesterday, 06:49 AM
    Announcing to the world that you are going to wall off the "Land of the Free Home of the Brave", people flock to get in while they can. Along with contractors who want to implement police state apparatus. It is a lot like prohibition, and the "War on Drugs". Only now, the emphasis even among "republicans" is "legally documenting", which enables easy access to government programs. Trump picked up where Obama left off. Liberty, freedom and fiscal responsibility (ending Welfare/Incentives) is the ONLY remedy. Other than that, good intentions always lead to bad consequences, ie: bigger government.
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    Yesterday, 06:30 AM
    This powerful video discusses the little known backstory of why 1992 presidential candidate Ross Perot was blackmailed and intimidated to drop out the race. As I pointed out in a previous LRC blog, none of this crucial information will be reported in mainstream regime media reports on the death of Perot. James Gordon “Bo” Gritz is a former United States Army Special Forces officer Green Beret colonel & Delta Force commander who served for 22 years, including in the Vietnam War. I met and discussed the factual issues presented in the video with him in August 1999. They are detailed in his authoritative book, Called To Serve: Profiles in Conspiracy From JFK to George Bush (of which Colonel Gritz presented to me an autographed copy). Gritz was privately commissioned by billionaire Ross Perot to attempt POW rescues in conjunction with the Vietnam War POW/MIA issue. In 1986, after a trip to Burma (now Myanmar) in the Golden Triangle to interview drug kingpin Khun Sa regarding possible locations of U.S. POWs, Gritz returned from Burma with a videotaped interview of Khun Sa purporting to name several officials in the Reagan/Bush administration involved in narcotics trafficking in Southeast Asia. Among those named was Richard Armitage, who later served as Deputy Secretary of State during George W. Bush’s first term as president. Gritz believed that those same officials were involved in a cover-up of missing American POWs. Perot later confronted George Herbert Walker Bush with the conclusive damning evidence Gritz had uncovered. Bush did nothing. A frustrated Perot became adamantly determined to challenge President Bush in his 1992 re-election effort. Bush and deep state forces had other plans for the insurgent Perot. https://www.lewrockwell.com/2019/07/charles-burris/a-nation-betrayed-the-backstory-of-why-ross-perots-1992-presidential-campaign-was-sabotaged/
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