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    Yesterday, 10:41 AM
    While I don't expect random citizens to act the role of a patriot, I'm fully expecting him to get special celebrity treatment and in return, he will cuck out and say about he loves and respects the po-po and other associated bootlicking. Meanwhile, in the same state, this semi-disturbed, odd youtuber gets the full weight of the law thrown at him for sleeping in his car in a church parking lot. He got the full treatment and settled for deferred judgement and probation for violating no laws.
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    Yesterday, 09:29 AM
    This is probably a good thing. Maybe this is what will get people to remove their children from the 'gubmint training camp. There is no reforming the skool system at this point. We need to starve it. I do not like the voucher system as practiced in some places, but I do like anything that reduces their revenue.
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    Yesterday, 08:50 AM
    sparebulb replied to a thread MTG vs. AOC in U.S. Political News
    Is it just my minority african dna, or does Crockett have some curb appeal? Maybe I could spend some time with with both her and MTG, but I can only keep one from talking at a time.
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    Yesterday, 08:42 AM
    True. I think they have all played in the tar, but they want to make sure that Don gets enough on him.
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    Yesterday, 07:51 AM
    I forgot that I wrote this. I surprise myself with my literary genius.
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    Yesterday, 07:48 AM
    TYFSAK Does anyone remember that?
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    Yesterday, 07:44 AM
    Not that I don't believe this, but it serves the mission to smear the future blame on Project Ukraine onto Trump. We will be lucky if all Trump does in a second term does is lie about pulling out, aka Syria, but not ratchet it up very far. But Trump does love his generals, and he will do what they say. And lie to us and do the opposite. 5D America Last
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    05-16-2024, 10:00 PM
    Same here. My first job was at Kmart when I was 16. Paid in cash left in a yellow envelope right next to the time clock. I made a nickle over minimum wage to start. I never made minimum wage until I got my first airline pilot job where I made quite a lot less than minimum wage.
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    05-16-2024, 09:40 AM
    71 is pretty old for an assassin. Most people value their own life long before that age. Is he terminally ill, or will he become terminally ill, aka Jack Rubenstein style?
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    05-15-2024, 01:17 PM
    There is no greater statement in support of ending racism than to cut off your dick and balls.
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    05-15-2024, 08:43 AM
    I have no clue who did this. I'm pretty sure we know who ordered it. That is, once we rule out he is a friend of the Klintons or a QA supervisor for Boeing.
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    05-14-2024, 07:57 AM
    Mr. Burks exhibits exactly what I want out of my aircraft mechanic: The backbone to stand up for what is right in the wake of tremendous pressure. I hope he does not have to do thirty days in the hole.
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    05-13-2024, 05:03 PM
    Wise move. In my state, the public school retirement system is one of the best. If I had any common sense when I was young, I should have gone that direction.
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    05-13-2024, 10:38 AM
    I've always been an advocate of arming the janitors. They are level-headed, no one ever notices them, they move like ninjas, and are not emotional creatures like most teachers.
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    05-13-2024, 12:20 AM
    Gorsuch is another profile in courage.
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    05-12-2024, 11:59 PM
    That certainly would have worked better than what they did. Hell, even this famous tactic would have worked better for the poor guy than opening his door.
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    05-12-2024, 10:47 AM
    Bongino is a fed. Dirty NYPD kop turned dirty US Secret Service goon. Wikipedia makes no mention of when he left the USS, so I can assume that he still works for them in their propaganda department. And making money on the side being Hannity and Levin's guest host. This guy will lead us into dead end or a prison cell if you let him.
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    05-12-2024, 07:46 AM
    What a strong, brave woman. Would prison even be considered punishment for him/her?
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    05-12-2024, 07:24 AM
    Some/all/or a few of the Kent State protesters burned down the ROTC building that day. See how punishing the criminals works: No arsonists were charged. No murderous goons of the National Guard were charged. Campus protests spread around the country and Kent State cancelled classes for the rest of that semester.
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    05-11-2024, 02:55 PM
    There's about a 99% chance that if you shot six holes in any Air Force property, you would be charged with some sort of federal crime. No such chance when you ventilate one of their biological units.
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    05-11-2024, 09:23 AM
    Only marginally related, but I voted my proxy last month for Southwest Airlines. They are going to put that f'ing turd Roy Blunt on the board. Not with my vote, of course. But my vote is meaningless.
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    05-11-2024, 06:31 AM
    I think that you fail to acknowledge the fact that violent radical islamists in this country have been specifically selected by our government to come here. Is is not an islamist plot originated by an ayatollah somewhere. I also believe that you overestimate the muslim involvement in these protests. This is a case of either the activist left stumbling onto a righteous cause or simply the cause de jour and virtue signaling with the dish towels around their heads. Don't get me wrong, I don't think that these largely incompatible cultures should be allowed to immigrate here. Immigration should only be allowed from countries that reflect our traditional composition in their respective ratios. Your insistence on regurgitating the Hannity/Beck line seems to just lead us to more of the same. More foreign intervention and more assistance to genocide the Palestinians. How is that going to stop protests on campus?
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    05-10-2024, 09:09 AM
    I definitely agree about gender segregation. I think that race relations might be improved as well by simply segregating genders. Social awkwardness is manifested in lots of misbehavior during adolescence. The presence of girls always distracts and undermines the male development mission. The hard-wired mission for girls is to distract males and get them to compete with each other in ways that always result in drama.
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    05-10-2024, 08:51 AM
    We had exactly one-half of one black student in my entire school when I was growing up. Therefore, we did not have that dynamic back then. However, I noticed that the mainstreaming of retarded students started slowing down progress for everyone. This is not a comparison of retards to blacks, but the sudden infusion of a lower baseline capability will probably bring the lower group up marginally, but reduce the higher baseline significantly with wasted time and lowered expectations. In my city in Missouri, we used to have a larger black population way back and the blacks had their own separate-but-equal school on the other side of town. It was a nice small red brick school which was quite impressive considering the small student population. Every few years ever since I remember, the media revisits the story of the black school. Contrary to where most reporters would like to take the story, interviews with former students were unanimous in their appreciation for the school and the quality of their education. This school offered these students the chance to excel and represented the best of having a essentially a neighborhood private school with a larger per-capita budget. This story is always presented in the sense of evil segregation, but by all accounts, it worked out very well for everyone and we avoided race conflicts and protected these students from inevitable ridicule, teasing, taunting. And conversely, it protected them from false praise, lowered standards, and over-accommodation. Do I think that we should re-segregate schools? No. I think that the public schools should be drawn down or eliminated. But if we are going to have them, they should be small neighborhood schools that pull back to ensure literacy and competency up to the 8th grade level.
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    05-10-2024, 08:24 AM
    If that were true, there would be no Christians left in Palestine or the Middle East at all. Christians used to comprise a large percentage of the Palestinian population. There numbers have been dwindling, probably through emigration. Also if true that radical Islamists wanted to wipe out Christianity, there would be none left in Iraq, Lebanon, or Syria. The ZOG United States have succeeded in nearly wiping them out of Iraq, where they were protected under Sadam Hussein. President Assad and his family have protected the Christians in Syria.
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    05-09-2024, 07:33 AM
    You seem to have missed the point. I'm quite sure that laws were broken in providing material support to the IRA. Hamas does not want to "destroy America". Or at least they didn't before we've now officially declared genocide upon them with our resources and rhetoric like you have repeated. Also, please remember that Hamas is an invention of Israel. And Israel does hate America.
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    05-08-2024, 08:28 AM
    I love to paint with a broad brush. I also have to temper such characterizations with realities. All I can say about people with Hamas sympathies is: So what? We are free to think and support what we want. We looked the other way for many decades the monetary support for the IRA and, of course, Israeli terrorist groups.
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    05-07-2024, 03:15 PM
    It does sound promising. Latin America could be prosperous if it were not for greed and meddling.
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    05-07-2024, 12:14 PM
    Doesn't it seem a bit like an unfair characterization to label protesters who are anti-genocide as being pro-Hamas? I'm sure that there is a spectrum of views amongst the protesters, with not all of them supporting Hamas.
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