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  • Danke's Avatar
    Today, 04:29 AM
    But the guy turns out to be black. Police Smash Car Window, Drag Man Out, Beat Him, Turns Out Car Was Not Stolen It took more than two minutes for two New Hampshire state police officers to bust out a man's car window and drag him out as he was live streaming to Facebook Wednesday. During that time, the cops refused to tell Jean Ronald Saint Preaux why they were trying to arrest him which is why he refused to step out of the car. After they finally dragged him out of his car by his dreadlocks and arrested him, they told him the tags on his car had been reported stolen.
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  • JJ2's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:28 PM
    I get what you're saying, but they are still prohibiting the free exercise of religions. There is nothing in there that says it has to be in a discriminatory way. There is no exception for pandemics. There is no exception that says, "unless you ban other gatherings as well." It simply says you can't prohibit it. No exceptions. But yes, banning both secular and religious gatherings is prohibited by the other part of the amendment.
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  • Working Poor's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:50 PM
    I think at a time like this only our own morality can save us. Many will be lost because of lack of moral courage and wisdom. It is a straight and narrow path few can walk it even fewer will try to find it. Freedom ain't free. You can't expect anyone without morals to safely guard your freedom.
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  • jkr's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:52 PM
    now that they feel the have control of government, media, and science they want to protect THEIR financial advantage to dominate our lives
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:04 PM
    Sure it is. Ask Karl Marx. From each, according to his merit; to each, according to the stickiness of his fingers.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:52 PM
    So, current U.S. government is showing favoritism to thieves and killers? So? They didn't invent professional courtesy...
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:34 PM
    Horowitz: 67K criminals released so far under coronavirus jailbreak. And crime keeps rising https://www.conservativereview.com/news/horowitz-67k-criminals-released-far-coronavirus-jailbreak-crime-keeps-rising/ Daniel Horowitz · May 22, 2020 Is this the country for which our soldiers sacrificed their lives? By now, most Americans are familiar with the shocking stories of everyday Americans getting arrested for simply opening businesses that don’t even attract large crowds. However, fewer are aware of the other side of this dystopian and tyrannical equation. As salt-of-the-earth small business owners are being marched into the jails, career dangerous criminals are being marched out of the jails and prisons in astounding numbers.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:23 PM
    COVID Craziness: Lockdowns for Us but Not 67K Criminals — Now Killing Americans https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/crime/item/35793-covid-craziness-lockdowns-for-us-but-not-67k-criminals-now-killing-americans Written by Selwyn Duke Lock down those who are supposed to be free — and free those supposed to be locked up. That’s the formula being applied, and it’s leading to rising crime, suffering innocents, and murder. Americans have been arrested for opening their hair salon, working out in a gym, and sitting alone in a lifeguard chair and reading, as officials enforce rules such as you can go to the beach but will be forcibly yanked from the ocean if you swim (huh?!). Apparently, jail-borne Wuhan coronavirus spares the puerilely persecuted but, having a better moral sense than many politicians, not those rightly punished.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:19 PM
    What schedule? What schedule? Which freaking schedule? You once reported they'd be out by July 26 this very summer. You standing by that? Or are you admitting you were full of bull then, but claiming you're not full of bull now?
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:14 PM
    You're pretending that answers my question? Out with it, man. Which (if any) of these many contradictory promises will be kept?
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:10 PM
    Ahead of which schedule? This schedule? Or that schedule: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?530768-Foreign-troops-to-quit-Afghanistan-in-18-months-under-draft-deal&highlight=Withdraw+afghanistan ?
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:08 PM
    LOL This is the site of the WWII Burma Road. It's some of the most beautiful, yet ugliest mountain territory in all the world. It's even worse than Afghanistan. It's so tough that three kilometers (less than two miles) is a huge gain. Nothing burger.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:59 PM
    There are religions-- both theism and atheism, for example--which do not involve services.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:57 PM
    If you create twenty-two trillion FRNs by typing on a computer, which is the way they're created, then use them to pay off all the bondholders, then there are no more outstanding bonds. There are also so many former bondholders flush with cash and looking to make other investments that FRNs will come to seem as common and undesirable as tree leaves. How we get weaned of foreign oil is as simple: We lock down and destroy our own economy. Sounds simple enough, right? Actually, it's not. Now, FRNs are actually based on something. They're based on debt. Each dollar bill in your pocket is, in essence, a junk bond (look it up--that really is what you get for your labor). So, there has to be some outstanding loan to "back up" each dollar. So, the only way there's enough debt-based "dollars" to pay off the federal government's debt is if the Fed monetizes lots of different kinds of debt. They'd have to use mortgages and credit card debt and everything under the sun. These are the FRN's "solid foundation". The question is, is there enough debt in the world to create enough currency to pay the debt? At the end of the day, we don't know how the imminent crash will work itself out. Anyone who thinks they do is full of hubris. But we do know this much: We may not know exactly how a house of cards will fall, but we know it will fall. And the current crop of elites will turn their grants and kickbacks into something if real worth and cart it off to Dubai or wherever.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:36 PM
    You're blaming "There ought to be a law" over legislation and "bomb 'em back to ancient Athenian Democracy" warmongering and Modern Monetary Mularkey on immigrants?
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:30 PM
    There is plenty of religious discrimination here. Thus discriminates against everyone whose religion involves gathering together in fellowship.
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  • jkr's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:15 PM
    Just them
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:45 AM
    Lots of unemployed Yoots as it happens.
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  • Dr.3D's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:45 AM
    While you're at it, check out N-Acetyl-Cysteine.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:55 AM
    What makes you think bots sleep?
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:51 AM
    The Federal Reserve Note, or FRN, is known as the petrodollar. Its value is determined by supply and demand, like everything else in this world (water is cheap, but not in the desert). Its supply is determined by the half dozen huge banks that own the Fed. Demand is determined by many things. The two biggest things are the legal tender laws that make it fiat money (the federal law that makes using it legal and almost mandatory) and the fact that it has become the "petrodollar". The term petrodollar refers to the fact that anyone who buys lots of oil internationally uses dollars to do it. The reason for that is simple. You, as a taxpayer, send the military to any country that sells oil for other things to kick their dog asses. This creates a demand for dollars, as anyone who needs oil has to buy dollars before they can buy oil. This allows those banks to print more dollars without creating too much inflation. Inflation, by the way, looks like prices going up. But it isn't, really. It's the value of the dollar going down. And if you're paid in dollars, your pay is worth less as a result. They just printed lots of dollars, and as soon as this silly lockdown is over, "prices will skyrocket" (your pay will become almost worthless). Yes, the federal debt is in FRNs, and yes, if the FRN becomes worthless, so will your mama's savings bonds, leaving her out in the cold.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    05-23-2020, 11:25 PM
    You're contradicting yourself...which is it?
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