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    Yesterday, 05:28 PM
    The little guy doesn't pay taxes. Any tax cut will go mostly to the wealthy
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    Yesterday, 02:45 PM
    https://www.heritage.org/index/ranking Number 3 behind Hong Kong and Singapore in economic freedom. I think they let you buy citizenship too.
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    Yesterday, 02:16 PM
    Anyone who doesn't have a positive view of capitalism is morally depraved. I view anti-capitalists as evil as Nazis. They should be treated as such. I always stick up for Bill Clinton because he was a pretty moderate Democrat. I know it is easy to hate on Clinton. But how many current elected Democrats are as conservative on fiscal issues as Bill Clinton? I can't even think of one. There might be someone but I don't know who it would be. Democrats have become radically left wing.
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    08-11-2018, 04:58 PM
    He's a life failure from a wealthy family who lives off a combination of welfare, donations, and probably his parents. Would not considering supporting him for any race under any circumstances. A good start for him would be a job, not another grift. I don't know what it is with these people like Kokesh and Austin Petersen. It is go time man. Scamming morons out of money is not a way to live. J-O-B.
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    08-11-2018, 01:11 PM
    Why would the neocons hate a person with their foreign policy? Last I checked, he didn't do much with Syria. The sanctions from Russia were basically forced by a unanimous Congress vote. He is brokering peace in North Korea. He did break up the Iran Deal. Trump has generally good instincts on foreign policy and on balance isn't doing much wrong. Saying Trump's foreign policy is anything like Bush's is factually wrong. There is plenty to say about Trump but that he is like Bush on foreign policy is indisputably incorrect.
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    08-10-2018, 06:44 AM
    His judges have been great. By all accounts from libertarians, his lower court appointees are about as good as they get. Gorsuch is great. We'll see with Kavanaugh. If you are complaining about his judge picks then you are just a perpetual whiner.
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    08-09-2018, 12:23 PM
    Because violent unprovoked assault that punctures a lung is hilarious.
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    08-09-2018, 11:07 AM
    1. It was ruled to not be a Ponzi scheme 2. The role of a market participant is to make money. I would consider passing on a good investment a lack of integrity from a public money manager like Icahn. His job isn't to be a moral arbiter.
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    08-09-2018, 10:25 AM
    What's wrong with that again? His job is to make money. And he made a fortune in Herbalife. Not to mention it just hit new all time highs. The Ponzi scheme allegation are five years old. At some point you have to admit you are wrong.
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    08-09-2018, 09:14 AM
    Leftists are unhappy people in general. There are different theories. Why Conservatives Are Happier Than Liberals https://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/08/opinion/sunday/conservatives-are-happier-and-extremists-are-happiest-of-all.html
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    08-09-2018, 08:48 AM
    If you are interested in reading about him, read King Icahn. Great read. A lot of the Gordon Gekko scenes like the shareholders scene were based on real life events from Icahn in the 80s. Just the stories in the book on how he negotiates are super entertaining and insightful. I use the Icahn method of wearing people down for everything now.
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    08-07-2018, 06:02 PM
    So let academics determine what is hurtful and what should be banned? Super idea. Knew very little of what was in the First Amendment but all had very strong opinions on what they wanted banned.
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    08-07-2018, 03:28 PM
    Human Fund.
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    08-06-2018, 01:25 PM
    Without looking right after I read the title of the thread, I got speech, religion, and the press and thought that was it. I completely missed " the right to peaceably assemble, or to petition for a governmental redress of grievances . I'll bet if people here are honest, I am not the only one who missed key parts without looking it up.
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    08-05-2018, 08:33 PM
    Watched Full Metal Jacket on Netflix. Wasn't that impressed. Did find this scene hilarious.
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    08-05-2018, 06:33 PM
    I think a slave can murder a slaveholder. Not being able to engage in insider trading or dealing drugs is not slavery. Yes. You should follow drug and insider trading laws even if they are morally wrong.
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    08-05-2018, 06:09 PM
    He would be great. He could run as a Republican and win. Instead he is going to run as a Libertarian and ensure a Democrat wins.
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    08-05-2018, 06:05 PM
    I am struggling here. I guess you are on like 8th level sarcasm. You will have to dumb it down for me. Here was your helpful hint. I don't know how else to interpret other than you believe it is okay to use violence against police who are trying to arrest someone for morally wrong laws.
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    08-05-2018, 05:50 PM
    So to confirm, because drug laws are morally wrong (everyone would agree on that), if the police came armed to arrest El Chapo then El Chapo would be justified in shooting at the police. And if the police shot El Chapo, the police would be the bad guys in your world? What about insider trading? Those laws are morally wrong. If the police raid a hedge fund, then it is okay to shoot the police? Is that what you are saying?
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    08-05-2018, 05:37 PM
    Nope didn't make it up. "Wash Post Analysis: Police Justified in Fatal Shootings At Least 95 Pct. of the Time" https://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/tom-blumer/2015/11/02/wash-post-analysis-police-justified-fatal-shootings-95-pct-time Apology accepted.
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    08-05-2018, 05:34 PM
    It is only a legitimate number if you make the assumption that 100% of people killed by cops are murders.
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    08-05-2018, 05:23 PM
    Ummm... I explicitly said the cop was guilty of murder. Why would you say otherwise? Seems pretty clear what I said. Here it is again. He would have been one of the 25 of actual real murders. Instead you want to use phony numbers like 1150. Shooting people who are armed and using violence against you is okay in a libertarian society. It might not be in anarchotopia. It isn't murder. Acting like the police just execute thousands of people. is wrong. It isn't my opinion. It is what the facts say. It is a clownish argument that takes away from real police abuses. Even that guy's murder in South Carolina was completely avoidable. If didn't behave like a degenerate, he would be alive. I am NEVER getting shot by cop in that situation. NEVER. It isn't because I am white either. It is very easy to not get in a chase with a cop.
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    08-05-2018, 04:31 PM
    I guess. Or maybe just logical and fair.
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    08-05-2018, 04:19 PM
    There are legitimately bad things the police do. Planting evidence. Shooting dogs on raids. Stealing people's money through civil asset forfeiture. Using attack dogs on people who aren't resisting arrest. There is no need to make up an outrageous stat that they murder 1150 people.
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    08-05-2018, 04:14 PM
    Okay. Well. That's factually wrong. Most of the animals who get shot by police deserved to be shot. That isn't being a statist bootlicker. It is a pure fact that most people cops shoot are subhuman trash. That doesn't mean the cops are good or they don't abuse power. It just means the people they usually shoot are much worse. Watch Flint Town on Netlfix. I would never want to be a cop dealing with the dregs of society. You are dealing with animals. 12 cops were charged last year. I get that bad cops get acquitted and many don't get charged. Let's say all 12 who were charged were guilty and 13 more cops never got charged. So 25 people were wrongly shot by cops. And most of those people could have avoided it if they weren't mouthy and aggressive. Like the guy who got shot in South Carolina fleeing the cop. The cop should have been convicted but the guy who was shot was running from the cop. The cop got lazy and didn't want to run. But I can't really say I feel bad for the guy who was shot. He was running from a cop. Sp 25 (maybe) not 1147. The idea that cops murder over a 1000 people a year is just wrong.
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    08-05-2018, 03:12 PM
    Mexico is a third world shithole. It is the shithole of all shithole countries. It isn't propaganda to say it is shithole. Even the water is shit (literally in that case). It is much less free than the US. They might not have no knock raids but they do have no knock seizing money out of your bank account. The police are somehow more corrupt there than the US. How many times did let El Chapo escape. The murder rate in Mexico dwarfs the US. The US government has a kidnapping warning for US citizens there. You aren't supposed to leave resort towns and venture out. It is easy to see that Mexico is much less free. There is one simple test. They are poor. Freedom and prosperity go together.
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    08-05-2018, 01:17 PM
    The United States has a population of 320 million people. How many people are clearly wrongly killed by the government each year? Like 15? 25 maybe? Getting killed by the government isn't something that anyone needs to worry about on a daily basis. Even when a cop shoots someone in the hood, let's face it, 98% of the time the people shot brought it on themselves. They usually weren't reading the Ethics of Liberty and all of a sudden got blown away. I would rather pay taxes and have a rule of law than live as a serf in anarchotopia. Trust would evaporate without a predictable rule of law. Markets would not work on a grand scale in anarchy. No government would be a much bigger infringement on liberty than taxes are. And far more people would die because of anarchism. You would have "sovereign citizens" with all sorts of crazy ideas of justice.
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    08-05-2018, 08:17 AM
    I just got slightly dumber after reading your link.
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    08-04-2018, 07:16 PM
    https://www.newsweek.com/trump-trade-war-will-add-3000-price-toyota-vehicles-1057269?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=NewsweekTwitter
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    08-04-2018, 07:10 PM
    Which I of course agree with. The absolutist view that immigration is some fundamental right is a braindead view. There are good economic arguments for immigration. But controlling who enters a country is just commonsense.
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