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    Yesterday, 11:42 PM
    That honor goes to Ezola Foster.
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    Yesterday, 10:53 PM
    I know what you're saying is true...this story just chaps my ass much worse than many others. A grown man who is innocent and being run through the system's wringer is one thing. But this little boy is going to end up chemically and physically castrated at the hands of an insane "mother" and a misandrist court system and the best any of us can do is sign some petition... A healthy society would never permit this.
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    Yesterday, 10:43 PM
    So, shoot them back. We number in the millions. We have hundreds of millions of weapons. We have trillions of rounds of ammo. Shoot the fuckers back.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:38 PM
    You already can. Half a cup of vaporized gasoline renders the explosive force of six sticks of dynamite. Oxygen and acetylene properly mixed, forms a thermobaric bomb of incredible power. I could go on and on like that.
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    Yesterday, 10:27 PM
    Yes, this what I have always determined the line to be as well. All arms available to the individual infantryman, should equally be available to every citizen. That would include select fire rifles, SAWs, grenades, anti tank and anti aircraft weapons. This would include crew served weapons as well, assuming funding was available...tanks, artillery, ships, you name it. NBC weapons of mass destruction should not only be aggressively prohibited for citizens, but governments as well. We are currently living through the nightmare that can be caused by government playing fast and loose with viral pathogens.
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    Yesterday, 10:16 PM
    Our enemies riot and burn and kill in the streets. They surround their target's homes and businesses and families and threaten them with arson and death. They stop at nothing, nothing is sacred, nothing is off limits, nothing is out of bounds. And their demands get met.
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    Yesterday, 10:10 PM
    I'm happy for you...you are such a better person than me.
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    Yesterday, 10:05 PM
    You're honestly going to sit there and try to tell me, in today's environment, that if a felonious white man ran up and executed a black toddler playing on his bike, for no apparent reason at all, that it would NOT be national news and used non-stop as an indication of long standing white racism, white supremacy and white violence against peaceful colored people? Is that what you're saying? Because you're fucking nuts if it is what you are saying. As far as the cops are concerned, the ones in Minneapolis were arrested and charged as well. Get back to me when they arrest the cops (or do any fucking thing to them) that murdered Tony Timpa.
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    Yesterday, 09:55 PM
    Justice for 5-year-old Cannon Hinnant means locking up violent criminals https://www.theblaze.com/op-ed/horowitz-justice-cannon-hinnant-jail-violent-criminals By Daniel Horowitz August 12, 2020 The fact that George Floyd has become a household name but almost nobody will ever hear of 5-year-old Cannon Hinnant is what’s wrong with America in a nutshell.
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    Yesterday, 09:49 PM
    Justice for 5-year-old Cannon Hinnant means locking up violent criminals https://ussanews.com/News1/2020/08/12/horowitz-justice-for-5-year-old-cannon-hinnant-means-locking-up-violent-criminals/ By Daniel Horowitz August 12, 2020 The fact that George Floyd has become a household name but almost nobody will ever hear of 5-year-old Cannon Hinnant is what’s wrong with America in a nutshell. In the new America that is driven by racial politics rather than justice, what do you think would happen if a white man killed a 5-year-old black boy on his bike execution-style, regardless of racial motivations? Well, based on the reaction to the death of George Floyd, which still remains unclear as to the exact cause of death despite what appears to be police wrongdoing, rioting would probably be the mildest reaction.
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    Yesterday, 09:34 PM
    Looking now...so far: Very little, if any, outside of local coverage.
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    Yesterday, 08:50 PM
    Court axes ‘Save James’ ruling, mom who wants gender ‘transition’ for 8-yr-old regains decision rights https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/court-axes-save-james-ruling-mom-who-wants-gender-transition-for-8-yr-old-regains-decision-rights The order, issued without a proper hearing, allows mother Anne Georgulas power over her son James' medical decisions – and apparently forces James' father to pay for pro-trans counseling that costs $5,000 a month. August 12, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – Yesterday, a Dallas judge took away Jeffrey Younger’s say in his son James’ medical, psychological, and psychiatric care, giving that power to James’ mother, who wants to “transition” him into a “girl.” After receiving national attention in October 2019, the bitter parental dispute had ultimately resulted in both parents getting a say in decisions regarding James and his twin, Jude; this ruling effectively reverses that. James Younger’s mother, Dr. Anne Georgulas, will now be able to enroll the eight-year-old in school as a “girl” named “Luna” and subject him to transgender medical procedures.
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    Yesterday, 08:47 PM
    I'm told I must be patient. I'm told I must bide my time. I'm told that there is a day soon coming where patriots will rise up in righteous anger and throw off the chains of oppressors that hand down rulings like this. I'm told Jesus will be here soon, and straighten everything out. And here we all sit while we watch a young, healthy, happy young white boy be castrated in front of our eyes to satisfy wokeness.
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    Yesterday, 08:35 PM
    Mass killings? The majority of mass shooter incidents, those described as four or more people, not including the perpetrator, being shot, are committed by colored men. The worst school shooting in the US was committed by a Korean migrant. You mean that "white male culture" that came up with germ theory, antibiotics, heart transplants, kidney dialysis, among a million other things?
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    Yesterday, 08:04 PM
    :rolleyes: I knew about it and posted here about it before Trump ever made an announcement. That said I will agree that people are reflexively against Trump. If Trump had said "Keep the churches closed" people would have said "He's just doing that because black churches might oppose him."
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    Yesterday, 04:29 PM
    Yeah. Totally understandable that a Mexican drug cartel would kill all Mormons. Totally understandable. /sarcasm.
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    Yesterday, 04:26 PM
    Your saying that you understand why people would want to kill all lawyers would be like me saying I can understand why Mexican drug cartels randomly killed Mormons.
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    Yesterday, 04:25 PM
    I didn't say you said that liar. I said "If I say kill all of the Mormons." But just to be clear, if I were to say "No wonder the Mexican drug cartels killed those Mormons. Mormons are vile people." I don't think you would be too happy with me. Maybe I'm wrong though. To be clear I don't hold your asinine behavior against all Mormons.
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    Yesterday, 04:23 PM
    :rolleyes: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Acosta In 2007–2008, as U.S. attorney, Acosta approved a plea deal that allowed human-trafficking ring-leader Jeffrey Epstein to plead guilty to a single state charge of solicitation, in exchange for a federal non-prosecution agreement. After Epstein's arrest in July 2019 on sex trafficking charges, Acosta faced renewed and harsher criticism for his role in the 2008 non-prosecution agreement, as well as calls for his resignation; he resigned on July 19 and was replaced by Eugene Scalia. Acosta had to resign because Epstein was arrested and not the other way around. Epstein was arrested because of the letter writing campaign of Senator Ben Sass. But keep lying to yourself.
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    Yesterday, 04:19 PM
    Okay. So if I say "Kill all the Mormons" then you won't consider that a threat. Got it. By the way I already brought your threat to the attention of the moderators liar.
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    Yesterday, 04:17 PM
    I ignore your bvllshyt in general. But guess what a$$hole who threatens to kill lawyers? Donald Trump hired the lawyer that kept Epstein from having to go to prison. Because that's how you punish pedophiles. For the record, you vile violent person, I never said Trump was involved in the pedophilia himself. I simply refute the lie put out by you and your ilk that he has gone after them.
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    Yesterday, 04:12 PM
    Trump hated Epstein so much that he hired Epstein's lawyer to be his secretary of labor. Maybe he should have followed your advice and killed the lawyers? By the, your threat of violence has been noted and reported. If you come for me you won't find me an easy target. That said, you apparently don't understand the "kill the lawyers" quote. Shakespear was not voicing his own view but the charecters in the play were tyrants and didn't want any lawyers around to break up their tyranny. That seems fitting as you are so busy defending a man who hired the lawyer that got the Jeffrey Epstein his sweetheart deal because...that's how you go after pedophiles.
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    Yesterday, 04:01 PM
    LOL. Keep telling yourself that chump. You've just convinced me to vote for Jo Jorgenson by the way. I was leaning Trump because Biden/Harris supporters are so insufferable but you're even worse. Now are you ready to admit you were wrong when you said I didn't give a source? I gave you a link the first time, but this time I went straight to the court documents.
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    Yesterday, 03:55 PM
    I'm tired of having to repeatedly give sources to the truth to people who persist in being dishonest. So, here is the suit by former Trump employee and Jeffery Epstein victim Virginia Guiffe. The document is the Plaintiff's Response to Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment. https://www.courthousenews.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Giuffre-unseal.pdf For those who don't know, a motion for summary judgement, different from a motion to dismiss, is after there has been discovery (each side exchanges documents and takes depositions), one side or the other tells the court "Even if we accept all of the other sides alleged facts as true, you should rule in my favor because..." I am copying and pasting the text from pages 2 and 3. Defendant’s primary argument in support of her contention that she did not abuse and traffic Ms. Giuffre as a minor child is that employment records show that Ms. Giuffre was either sixteen or seventeen when Defendant recruited her from her job at Mar-a-Lago for sex with Epstein, not fifteen-years-old as Plaintiff originally thought. Call this the “yes-I’m-a-sextrafficker-but-only-of-sixteen-year-old-girls” defense. Defendant does not explain why sexual abuse of a fifteen year old differs in any material way from sexual abuse of a sixteen or seventeen year old. All instances involve a minor child, who cannot consent, and who is protected by federal and state laws. The fact remains that Defendant recruited Ms. Giuffre while she was a minor child for sexual purposes and then proceeded to take her all over the world on convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s private jet, the “Lolita Express,” as well as to his various residences, and even to her own London house. Flight logs even reveal twenty-three flights that Defendant shared with Ms. Giuffre – although Defendant claims she is unable to remember even a single one of those flights. Inconsequential details that Ms. Giuffre may have originally remembered incorrectly do not render her substantive claims of abuse by Defendant false, much less deliberate “lies.” At most, these minor inaccuracies, in the context of a child suffering from a troubled childhood and sexual abuse, create nothing more than a fact question on whether
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    Yesterday, 03:38 PM
    I gave the source. You just never never read it. https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-epstein-friendship-timeline-history-2019-7#message-pads-investigators-seized-from-epsteins-palm-beach-home-indicate-that-trump-called-epstein-twice-in-november-2004-15 At the time Trump made the "terrific guy" quote it was not well known that Epstein was a pedo. But after making that quote in 2002, phone records showed Trump called Epstein TWICE in 2004. Do you make a habit of calling people you know are pedophiles? Because I don't. Oh, and that source is in the same link that you didn't read.
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    Yesterday, 01:59 PM
    Please explain this to me. Why was the destruction of the King George statue not considered destroying history but removal, without destruction, of confederate statues somehow is?
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    I remember that, and I remember that you made new accounts and came back to CFC a few times.
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    music director at the Catholic Church I went to removed all references to God as he and used gender neutral terms instead. Two priest did nothing about it. In the Orthodox Churches that I've gone to not just the priest and bishops would not have put up with that, but neither would the congregation. The reason the Orthodox is Orthodox world wide despite separation by land, language and nationalities is that the congregation wants to be Orthodox.

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    I found there is less of a tendency for people to ask favors in prayer and more to accept God's will and his mercies.

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    2 Peter 1:1-11 is our view of Salvation. Yes we are predestined and were are also told to make every effort to confirm our election, so I see it as a mix of Calvinism and RCC. After the schism the Western Churches got hung up on different on bits and pieces of scripture and couldn’t focus on the whole of it. Hell’s Unicorn described Orthodoxy view on soteriology as “primitive.” I couldn’t argue with that. The icons are our family album. The Orthodox way of venerating them is no different than the way we greet each other at Church because we are made in His image. Sometimes I think Orthodox tend to argue too much like Catholics, IMO.

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    Here's a quick rundown: This is my understanding of the differences between RCs and EOCs. The EOC’s interpretations of scripture takes its roots from the Desert Fathers from the 1st few centuries. There is less of a legalistic and more mystical take. God is not narrowed down to judge, brother, creator etc. He is all that at once. John the Evangelist who reclined his head on Jesus’ chest at the Last Supper, fell to his face in awe and worship in his vision in the Book of Revelation.

    Fasting and works are not to fulfil a penance, it is to be closer to God (Actually your questioning about fasting led me to Orthodoxy from the RCC) My understanding of salvation is that I am saved, and my works are to unite me with God-- more to bend my will towards God's.
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    Yeah he has my respect.
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