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    Yesterday, 09:15 PM
    Why don't you put the blame where it belongs: the Fed.gov has been doing it for decades, Trump comes along and not a single tweet or fire-side about ending incentives/welfare, not only for foreigners but Section 8 as well.
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    Yesterday, 08:57 PM
    I wish I could LOL back, but in this case it is no laughing matter. What I propose would lead to a true free market, freedom and liberty, protects the Bill of Rights, Private Property, etc. What you propose is restrictionist, creates crimes laws for businesses, and Funds the Fed. You know it, you advocate for it, but you will never willfully admit it. Because your goal is to see it through. Interesting, because you and I fully agree on what the USMCA will do.
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    Yesterday, 08:50 PM
    Actually you have that backward. It is in fact YOU guys who are working toward that unintended consequence, because you are not able to put the pieces of the puzzle together, of which there have been countless posts.
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    Yesterday, 08:47 PM
    Yes, of course! What is your position on the USMCA? Trump signed it at that ceremony, so I take it you are good to go with it?
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    Yesterday, 08:41 PM
    Think of it as a ledger, which already exists to some degree. When somebody wishes to run the government on the taxpayer dole, everything should be FOIA *without exception*. I believe I stated earlier that I see no need for a Constitutional Amendment, but rather a "condition of employment".
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    Yesterday, 08:36 PM
    I agree with TheCount: This wishy-washy bribery deal sets the stage for USMCA, which is NOT a free-trade agreement, but government dictated. And "republicans" are all over the map with tariffs just to "support" the CIC.
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    Yesterday, 08:28 PM
    Didn't Block write a paper on paid slaves? I'm pretty sure he did...
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    Yesterday, 08:25 PM
    Oh, I am NEVER a statist. I stay awake at night conjuring up more ways not to be. I truly believe I was put on this planet just to upset the government. You would not believe the run-ins I have in a typical week, from LEO to representatives. If I was anybody else I would imagine I would be locked up by now, but somehow my personality affords me the opportunity to skate. I actually amuse myself ;-)
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  • PAF's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:21 PM
    Perhaps take the car, as junky as it might be?
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    Yesterday, 08:18 PM
    I think people would look at the risk reward factor. If you have assets that could be lost you are probably more likely to purchase insurance because you are going to get sued if you are at fault in an accident. You would want protection. However if you are not so well off and it is not mandatory and you do not have anything that could be lost chances are you won't be sued because you are judgement proof. What incentive would a not so well off person have to voluntarily purchase insurance?
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    Yesterday, 08:14 PM
    Wait a minute. How can I be an anarchist AND a statist? I would much rather keep the momentum going and call you a statist, which you definitely are without a doubt, and me be considered an anarchist which teeters on the see-saw.
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    Yesterday, 08:09 PM
    It was a hypothetical. Yes of course the poor are "allowed", though I do not go around telling people what they are or are not allowed to do. Do you think I go around telling poor folks not to buy smokes?
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  • PAF's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:03 PM
    Yes, I said that, and even provided "Agorist theory" so that folks can study up on freedom/risk analysis:
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    Yesterday, 07:59 PM
    On October 23, 2014, Whitaker joined the advisory board for World Patent Marketing, a patent assistance organization based out of Miami, Florida and founded in February 2014. He said, "World Patent Marketing has become a trusted partner to many inventors that believe in the American Dream...I have always admired World Patent Marketing and its innovative products and dynamic leadership team. It's an honor to join the World Patent Marketing board." This was re-announced the following week with the title, "Former US Attorney Whitaker Joins World Patent Marketing to Protect Inventors From Patent Marketing Scam", and the statement, "'World Patent Marketing is deeply concerned about the integrity of the patent system,' according to Bill Flanagan, VP of Public Relations for WorldPatentMarketing.com, 'As the fastest growing patent assistance company, it is our responsibility to weed out the bad actors.'" Less than two months later, the company announced his "renewal", and Whitaker stated, "As a former US Attorney, I would only align myself with a first class organization...World Patent Marketing goes beyond making statements about doing business 'ethically' and translate (sic) those words into action." CEO Scott J. Cooper "gave Whitaker's 2014 Senate campaign a $2,600 donation and paid him nearly $10,000, World Patent Marketing records show." The firm was closed in May 2017 by the Federal Trade Commission for fraud. New Attorney General Nominee William Barr’s Record on Guns Revealed Dec 08, 2018
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    Yesterday, 07:46 PM
    I am saying: If one owns a vehicle, it is advantageous to carry insurance in the event of a catastrophe, 1. so that if I or my property is harmed I am able to recuperate my loss(es), 2. pay the deducible and the person responsible doesn't have to worry so much about losing everything in order to make things square for me. 3. If one chooses not to travel by motor carriage, there is no obligation to carry insurance, unless he/she decides to rent, in which case insurance can be purchased through the rental agency. Of course if one is wealthy enough (Agorist theory), they may choose not to purchase insurance at all, but must weigh those options if/when faced in claims court.
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    Yesterday, 07:36 PM
    I clarified my initial statement with my second post. My goal is to help educate others about the difference between relying on government, and private solutions. Though there are some exceptions, many people do want to do the right thing and take some level of pride with self-responsibility. So, do you agree with my clarified second statement, or not (Post #17)? Come on, Swordy, you can do it - just say yes :-)
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    Yesterday, 07:18 PM
    I hope you do get more involved again, it is definitely a workable state.... unlike much of PA where I am currently.
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    Yesterday, 07:13 PM
    I never said anything about "government" requiring it. I think if people really put some thought into it, weigh the options, consider the financial risk/ramifications, most would opt to purchase insurance, not just to protect others, but themselves. You quoted my explanation, perhaps you did not thoroughly read it: So, whachya think?
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  • Schifference's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:55 PM
    This is probably due to the fact that he is a privileged old white straight guy.
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    Yesterday, 05:40 PM
    I know nothing about this. I know nothing about Trumps business's. The topic of this thread seems pretty bad. What about Trump wanting to stay at one of his own resorts? Is one illegal? Are both illegal?
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    Yesterday, 04:23 PM
    Damn, I lost site of PorcFest, I really wanted to go, but I will be in Mexico during that time. I am shooting for Anarchopulco 2020. Correct me if I am wrong but wasn't the majority of the Free State'rs in the Keene area? I lived in Jaffrey for a couple of years but that was well before FS ever took root. Are there still some activist who hold weekly's, educational and what not? It surprises me that as "republican" as NH used to be that more haven't hopped on that bandwagon. Maybe hit the monthly gun shows, set up a table and pass out info and literature about things affecting our country. We have been very successful and still do it, issues such as Agenda 21, politicians "On the Record", local issues such as red light cameras (they actually won the ballot and removed all of them), etc. It beats door to door, you will never find more gun-toting republicans at one single spot than a gun show - they come to you ;-)
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    Yesterday, 03:38 PM
    PA requires it. Ohio used to be optional but I do not know the current status, I will check it out. Aren't you near the Free State Project? If so, what is the momentum these days? According to the 10th, states rights, if else, peoples rights... is anybody going that route?
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    Yesterday, 03:36 PM
    Rats are living creatures that deserve to be treated humanely. Funny thing is I would bet that a person that would butcher their live child in the birthing room would be an activist for saving the rats.
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    Yesterday, 03:33 PM
    We can agree on that, but instead of blaming the problem on "invaders" or request government intervention, or complain about what businesses pay or do not pay, why not get to the root and we all demand an end to lobbying? It has to start somewhere, the more of us who scream the better. But we must help educate others to the root cause.
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    Yesterday, 03:19 PM
    That is another loophole question that I have pondered. Here is what I reasoned: I do not like LEO, they are nothing more than extortionists and will create/abandon any statute/ordinance they choose at the expense of innocents. If one owns a vehicle, it is advantageous to carry insurance in the event of a catastrophe, 1. so that if I or my property is harmed I am able to recuperate my loss(es), 2. pay the deducible and the person responsible doesn't have to worry so much about losing everything in order to make things square for me. 3. If one chooses not to travel by motor carriage, there is no obligation to carry insurance, unless he/she decides to rent, in which case insurance can be purchased through the rental agency. Of course if one is wealthy enough (Agorist theory), they may choose not to purchase insurance at all, but must weigh those options if/when faced in claims court. It is a contractual agreement which fits within Free Market principles. Government extortion to ticket, fine or suspend to fund the state, even if no harm has been done (in the case of speeding or a U-turn when conditions permit) is not.
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    Yesterday, 03:13 PM
    I disagree. I think it is all about the pleasure senses of the brain getting immediate stimulation. Stuff that comes out of a package, box or delivery. There is no need for advertising. It matters not if health food network was the only channel that came across a television or if healthy choices were the only pop up on the computer screen. It is about habits and addiction. It first starts out with oh wow that was so good. I want more. To eating that stuff all the time. To getting overweight. To recognizing you are getting overweight. To knowing you are overweight and you should eat better. To knowing you are overweight but are going to eat this anyway. To I shouldn't have eaten that. To telling yourself that tomorrow you are going to eat better. To cycle repeat. No advertisement needed. No amount of education would solve the issue.
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    Yesterday, 03:04 PM
    So if/when you decide to open a business out your garage (until you expand), you would not mind if I complained about what you are paying your workers, or better yet, if I turned you in to the government, even if I am not part owner? Or perhaps if you decide to hire me and I feel that I am not being paid enough and your and my negotiations fail, I should have a right to order you to pay more or cry to the government to "do something (Danke)". There was a time when workers worked, climbed the ladder, sought other employment, or took the risk and started their own venture. Now we have folks on RPF "complaining" about what a private owner/business does. Marvelous.
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    Yesterday, 02:58 PM
    + Rep. Some of us are still activists, attend weekly meetings and events to help educate others ;-)
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    Yesterday, 02:52 PM
    Without being specific, it is a trick question, one that statists in the mainstream news uses. You answer mine and I will answer yours: Private property, or unused land that could be homesteaded :question: This is a good response:
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