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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Today, 09:52 PM
    Basic principles don't change.
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 09:32 PM
    If your government can't be bought by our bribes anymore, then we just won't bribe you anymore.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 09:31 PM
    I'm not arguing and do see your point.
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 09:30 PM
    As May's UK's scam operation is exposed, it certifies itself as intellectually impotent con with British Minister of Defense Gavin Williamson's (a former fireplace salesman from Stoke) official response at the UN to Russia, "Shut up and go away" in his loudest British accented sniveling whimper. Seriously. Not satire. Not the Onion. That's UK's official thoughtful response.
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  • phill4paul's Avatar
    Today, 08:48 PM
    Gunny is getting some new signs in. I'm sure a donation or two could help him out. Thanks.
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  • enhanced_deficit's Avatar
    Today, 08:46 PM
    With reports of Mueller interest, there seems to be quick escalation of this scandal. Mika Brzezinski of MJ today hosted various legal minds to dissect this case and warned public that there could be more White House firrings to create "distraction" from latest Stormy accusations. Stormy Daniels' lawyer says porn star was physically threatened to remain silent over alleged affair with Trump CNBC 11h ago
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  • phill4paul's Avatar
    Today, 08:37 PM
    I dunno Pete. I suppose it will all clean up in the wash.
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  • phill4paul's Avatar
    Today, 08:36 PM
    ;) Absolutely.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 08:30 PM
    You and everybody else do see what I am seeing in that picture and why my mind is blown?
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 08:28 PM
    US National Debt Hits $21 Trillion
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 07:25 PM
    Off-Guardian on UK's Exposed Lies: Former UK ambassador Craig Murray has released the following information on his blog …“I have now received confirmation from a well placed FCO source that Porton Down scientists are not able to identify the nerve gas as being of Russian manufacture, and have been resentful of the pressure being placed on them to do so. Porton Down would only sign up to the formulation “of a type developed by Russia” after a rather difficult meeting where this was agreed as a compromise formulation. …Until this week, the near universal belief among chemical weapons experts, and the official position of the OPCW, was that “Novichoks” were at most a theoretical research program which the Russians had never succeeded in actually synthesizing and manufacturing. … It is very carefully worded propaganda. Of a type developed by liars.” Such an admission from such a source is damning, and devastating for the government’s bid to create momentum for fresh international action against Russia. … enough to be sure Theresa May was effectively lying to the British parliament. It’s an indication, if any more were needed, that extreme skepticism is required here. An undisclosed agenda is driving things and driving them so hard even members of the political establishment are concerned. Until we know what the true aims are we simply can’t accept anything told to us at face value. Everything should be open to question. So, what do we currently know with reasonable certainty?1. We can be fairly sure a man called Sergey Skripal really exists. …
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  • enhanced_deficit's Avatar
    Today, 07:22 PM
    As US drone strikes with aim to defend our freedom, racial equality values are notorious for killing/maiming many innocent childrens of other countries as well, a very media image conscious POTUS would never allow any policy that could produce a very negative publicity worldwide headline like "A child named Trump killed/maimed by US freedom drone strike". These Afghan parents might be far more clever than generally assumed, they seem to have quickly figured out what drives current POTUS. They mght not be ready to build Trump Plazas in their villages yet but still they are not completely ignorant about branding value. Afghan toddler named after US President Trump Little Donald's father is a fan of the US leader's books and leadership style but Donald's grandparents are not as keen. 05:14, UK, Thursday 15 March 2018
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 07:12 PM
    Update from Craig Murray: UK Lies I have now received confirmation from a well-placed FCO source that Porton Down scientists are not able to identify the nerve agent as being of Russian manufacture, and have been resentful of the pressure being placed on them to do so. Porton Down would only sign up to the formulation “of a type developed by Russia” after a rather difficult meeting where this was agreed as a compromise formulation. … This substance is a “novichok” in that sense. It is of that type. Just as I am typing on a laptop of a type developed by the United States, though this one was made in China. To anybody with a Whitehall background this has been obvious for several days. The government has never said the nerve agent was made in Russia, or that it can only be made in Russia. The exact “of a type developed by Russia” was used by Theresa May in parliament, used by the UK at the UN Security Council, used by Boris Johnson on the BBC yesterday and, most tellingly of all, “of a type developed by Russia” is the precise phrase used in the joint communique issued by the UK, USA, France and Germany yesterday … When the same extremely careful phrasing is never deviated from, you know it is the result of a very delicate Whitehall compromise. My FCO source, like me, remembers the extreme pressure put on FCO staff and other civil servants to sign off the dirty dossier on Iraqi WMD …
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  • enhanced_deficit's Avatar
    Today, 07:11 PM
    While there are tons of top headlines and in depth analysis in media these days about Stormy Daniel sex scandal, only saw brief reports on this if was covered at all by various outlets: U.S. Military Helicopter Crashes in Iraq-Syria Border, Pentagon Confirms By Tom O'Connor On 3/15/18 Updated | A U.S. military helicopter has crashed in western Iraq, killing all seven personnel on board. The Defense Department confirmed to Newsweek on Thursday that an "incident" occurred involving one of its helicopters in Iraq, as reports emerged that an HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopter crashed in the Al-Qaim region near the country's border with Syria. As more information surfaced in ABC News and CNN reports that identified the aircraft and potential fatalaties, the U.S. coalition elaborated. "All personnel aboard were killed in the crash," Brigadier General Jonathan P. Braga, director of operations for the coalition said in the statement. "This tragedy reminds us of the risks our men and women face every day in service of our nations. We are thinking of the loved ones of these service members today."
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  • enhanced_deficit's Avatar
    Today, 07:00 PM
    While many top media headlines are about Stormy Daniel sex scandal, don't recall news like this making top headline in recent weeks/months in US media owners programming: Civilian Casualties Soared in Iraq and Syria in 2017. Was Trump’s Bloodthirsty Rhetoric to Blame? After three years of brutal fighting, the U.S.-led war against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria is winding down, the U.S. military announced on Thursday, saying the coalition has “liberated” more than 98 percent of the area formerly controlled by ISIS, or Daesh, freeing “7.7 million Iraqis and Syrians once held under brutal Daesh rule.” By all accounts, this victory has come at a huge cost to civilians, but how huge depends on who you ask. The U.S.-led coalition says it conducted 29,070 strikes between August 2014 and January 2018, killing “at least 841civilians.” But that figure is much lower than independent estimates, raising questions about the conduct of the war and its disproportionate impact on Iraqi and Syrian civilians. According to reporting by the nonpartisan monitoring group Airwars, between 6,136 and 9,315 civilians have died in coalition strikes since 2014, with death tolls spiking sharply in 2017. A recent New York Times investigation on airstrikes in Iraq also found drastic underreporting of civilian casualties in official statistics, with thousands of civilian casualties undocumented by official figures.
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  • enhanced_deficit's Avatar
    Today, 06:53 PM
    That's great but the headline is bit confusing. White House top diplomat was fired yesterday by the disruptor-in-chief: Trump says Rex Tillerson out as Secretary of State
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  • enhanced_deficit's Avatar
    Today, 06:51 PM
    To be fair, they are free market guys.
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 06:00 PM
    Not even close. When Harding took over, we had full-blown socialism. Wilson had nationalized the railroads, for God's sake. It did not take Harding and Coolidge a year to undo all of that.
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    Today, 05:57 PM
    India needs more street food vendors.
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 05:18 PM
    Survivors Recall Although 26 US soldiers were charged with war crimes, only the platoon leader Lieutenant William Calley was convicted of murder. Calley made his first public apology in 2009 … "I am very sorry ... I was a second lieutenant getting orders from my commander and I followed them - foolishly, I guess." … Pham Thi Thuan had just woken up and was cooking potatoes when the Americans landed …"They first killed the people at the rice paddies, as well as the cattle," said Thuan, an 80-year-old rice farmer from Son My village. .. Private Paul Meadlo, recounted what he had done …"You just spray the area on them and so you can't know how many you killed 'cause they were going fast. So I might have killed 10 or 15 of them," … "Men, women, and children," he replied. "And babies?" "And babies." He answered …
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 04:50 PM
    Excerpts: American Reckoning shattered was the faith that America’s fighting forces were inherently more virtuous … The unraveling of that conviction began in earnest in 1969 with the revelation that American soldiers had murdered hundreds of unarmed and unresisting women, children, babies, and old men in the village of My Lai. For many people, the shocking news came first in the form of several horrifying photographs. One shows almost two dozen dead Vietnamese bodies on a dirt road. … Another photograph shows a woman lying in a field with her legs drawn up under her body. Her conical straw hat has flipped off her head. … a large portion of her brain lies exposed beneath the hat. A third photograph shows a group of six Vietnamese women and children huddled together. At the center an old woman stands, stooped over, with a look of unspeakable terror on her face. Behind her a young woman clutches her around the waist with her head buried in the older woman’s shoulder. A young girl stands wide-eyed and openmouthed, with disheveled bangs. She is pressing into a balding woman, barely visible, who is lifting an arm over the head of the young girl, perhaps to embrace her. On the other side of the photograph, a young woman holding a small boy in one arm uses her free hand to button the bottom of her blouse. … The massacre remained hidden1 from the public for more than a year and a half because the military had lied to cover it up. Dozens of officers who had information about the killing of civilians participated in the cover-up, including the commander of the Americal Division, Major General Samuel Koster. The army’s fabricated cover story claimed that an actual battle had been fought in My Lai. According to the after-action report filed by Lieutenant Colonel Frank Barker Jr., the operation in My Lai "was well planned, well executed and successful…. The enemy suffered heavily." Details from the fake report were published the next day in the New York Times … The massacre might have remained a secret much longer had it not been for the moral courage and persistence of Vietnam veteran Ron Ridenhour. Though not present at My Lai, Ridenhour heard details of the slaughter from men he knew in Charlie Company. … Ridenhour ignored the advice and sent a long, detailed letter to officials in the Pentagon, State Department, and Congress. … The full story began to emerge later that fall, mostly from investigative journalist Seymour Hersh, writing for a small antiwar news syndicate …
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 04:27 PM
    Tribute to Whistle-blowers Hugh Thompson Jr. Ron Ridenhour More on Hugh Thompson Jr. ;
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 04:13 PM
    Today, March 16, Marks the 50 Year Anniversary of the My Lai Massacre March 16 marks the 50th anniversary of the date that does not live in infamy. … In 1968, American soldiers slaughtered animals, raped villagers, and murdered 109 "Oriental human beings" in My Lai. That was the number cited in a court-martial 18 months later. The memorial there today, however, lists 504 men, women, and children. Lieutenant Calley was found guilty of murdering "not less than 22 victims" and sentenced to life in prison. … His sentence was reduced to 20 years, then to 10. He was released after 42 months of house arrest. His captain was found not guilty. No one else faced court-martial. … Americans learned about the My Lai story on 12 November 1969, from Seymour Hersh’s Associated Press story, and then saw grisly photos of the carnage 10 days later when Life published Army photographer Ronald Haeberle’s shocking photos … Haeberle’s photos, like Calley’s sentence, create cognitive dissonance. They do not comport with Americana ideals of brave soldiers risking their lives to protect freedom and make the world safe for democracy. … our soldiers abused prisoners at Abu Grahib; marines murdered women and children in Haditha, Iraq; Navy SEALs killed Afghan detainees at Kalach.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 03:53 PM
    Agree, it can not continue without a major correction. What it proves? In and of itself, not much. Its the overall trend of many stores from many different companies that needs to be observed. Im sure a lot of the stuff sold in Toys R Us is not made in the US. If the Tariff Trends continue, this could be bad for those overseas manufacturers, which could be good for us. Not sure on that either. Thing is, thats 33,000 jobs (according to the article) which is a good chunk of "new jobs created every month" that now have to be "created" to handle the people that lost their jobs. Not that they were great jobs to begin with, but they were jobs. That, in and of itself is something that the country can handle. But like I said, its the overall trend to watch, not just one chain. Lose 10 chain stores like Toys R Us, roughly equal in size, and thats 330,000 jobs that go bye bye. That is more jobs than the US "creates" every month. A major economic downturn wont hit only one chain, or a limited number of chains. It will hit EVERY business in the US. Again, watch the Trend. A severe major economic downturn or correction will hit hundreds and even thousands of businesses, and tens of thousands of individual stores. If we dont want to look at Toys R Us as the small sample, but bigger picture, try watching this related thread: The retail apocalypse has officially descended on America
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