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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Today, 08:27 AM
    Lol, keep telling yourself that. People in the country don't "need" city folk for shit.
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    Today, 08:10 AM
    I couldn't agree more.
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    Today, 08:04 AM
    I don't know, this one sounds like he might be a keeper.
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    Today, 03:38 AM
    https://www.finviz.com/futures_charts.ashx?p=d1&t=6B
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    Today, 02:35 AM
    Global: MilitaryInfo FLASH: Enough letters have been sent to trigger a no-confidence vote on PM Theresa May - Sky News Political Editor 1072762020548759553 https://twitter.com/Steven_Swinford/status/1072762020548759553 -------- 1072764666114383872
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  • goldenequity's Avatar
    Today, 02:31 AM
    Strasbourg BREAKING: Terrorist At Large After Shooting Near Christmas Market In France, At Least 1 Killed & Up To 10 Injured EHA News President of the EU Parliament Antonio Tajani: • 3 different attacks in the centre of Strasbourg France • toll has significantly rised (from 1 to 4 killed and many wounded) • assaliants at large
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 12:47 AM
    osan replied to a thread Daily Anti-Federalist in History
    Antifederalist No. 13 THE EXPENSE OF THE NEW GOVERNMENT Part 1: From The Feeeman's Oracle and New Hampshire Advertiser, January 11, 1788, by "A FARMER" Part 2: An unsigned essay from The Connecticut Journal, October 17, 1787.
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    Today, 12:38 AM
    osan replied to a thread Daily Anti-Federalist in History
    Antifederalist No. 12 HOW WILL THE NEW GOVERNMENT RAISE MONEY? "CINCINNATUS" is an Antifederalist writer. In this essay, from an Address to a Meeting of the Citizens of Philadelphia, the writer responds to James Wilson's statements about Congress' powers to tax under the Constitution. It appeared in the November 29 and December 6, 1787, New-York Journal, as reprinted from a Philadelphia newspaper. On the subject of taxation, in which powers are to be given so largely by the new constitution, you lull our fears of abuse by venturing to predict "that the great revenue of the United States must, and always will, be raised by impost"-and you elevate our hopes by holding out, "the reviving and supporting the national credit." If you have any other plan for this, than by raising money upon the people to pay the interest of the national debt, your ingenuity will deserve our thanks. Supposing however, that raising money is necessary to payment of the interest, and such a payment requisite to support the credit of the union-let us see how much will be necessary for that end, and how far the impost will supply what we want. The arrearages of French and Spanish interest amount now to--1,500,000 dollars; Interest and installments of do. for 1788--850,227; Support of government; and its departments, for 1788-- 500,000; Arrears and anticipations of 1787-- 300,000; Interest of domestic debt-- 500,000 {total} 4,650,227 The new Congress then, supposing it to get into operation towards October, 1788, will have to provide for this sum, and for the additional sum of 3,000,000 at least for the ensuing year; which together will make the sum of 7,650,227 .
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 12:33 AM
    osan replied to a thread Daily Anti-Federalist in History
    Antifederalist No. 11 UNRESTRICTED POWER OVER COMMERCE SHOULD NOT BE GIVEN THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT Scholars regard James Winthrop of Cambridge, Mass. to be the "Agrippa" who contributed the series to The Massachusetts Gazette from November 23, 1787 to February 5, 1788. This is a compilation of excerpts from "Agrippa's" letters of December 14, 18, 25, and 28, 1787, taken from Ford, Essays, pp. 70-73, 76-77, 79-81. It has been proved, by indisputable evidence, that power is not the grand principle of union among the parts of a very extensive empire; and that when this principle is pushed beyond the degree necessary for rendering justice between man and man, it debases the character of individuals, and renders them less secure in their persons and property. Civil liberty consists in the consciousness of that security, and is best guarded by political liberty, which is the share that every citizen has in the government. Accordingly all our accounts agree, that in those empires which are commonly called despotic, and which comprehend by far the greatest part of the world, the government is most fluctuating, and property least secure. In those countries insults are borne by the sovereign, which, if offered to one of our governors, would fill us with horror, and we should think the government dissolving.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 12:31 AM
    osan replied to a thread Daily Anti-Federalist in History
    Antifederalist No. 10 ON THE PRESERVATION OF PARTIES, PUBLIC LIBERTY DEPENDS This essay follows a theme similar to Federalist No. 10, and appeared in the Maryland Gazette and Baltimore Advertiser, March 18, 1788. The opposite qualities of the first confederation were rather caused by than the cause of two parties, which from its first existence began and have continued their operations, I believe, unknown to their country and almost unknown to themselves-as really but few men have the capacity or resolution to develop the secret causes which influence their daily conduct. The old Congress was a national government and an union of States, both brought into one political body, as these opposite powers-I do not mean parties were so exactly blended and very nearly balanced, like every artificial, operative machine where action is equal to reaction. It stood perfectly still. It would not move at all. Those who were merely confederal in their views, were for dividing the public debt. Those who were for national government, were for increasing of it. Those who thought any national government would be destructive to the liberties of America . . . assisted those who thought it our only safety-to put everything as wrong as possible. Requisitions were made, which every body knew it was impossible to comply with. Either in 82 or 83, ten millions of hard dollars, if not thirteen, were called into the continental treasury, when there could not be half that sum in the whole tract of territory between Nova-Scotia and Florida. The States neglected them in despair. The public honor was tarnished, and our governments abused by their servants and best friends. In fine, it became a cant word things are not yet bad enough to mend. However, as great part of the important objects of society were entrusted to this mongrel species of general government, the sentiment of pushing it forward became general throughout America, and the late Convention met at Philadelphia under the uniform impression, that such was the desire of their constituents. But even then the advantages and disadvantages of national government operated so strongly, although silently, on each individual, that the conflict was nearly equal. A third or middle opinion, which always arises in such cases, broke off and took the lead-the national party assisted, pursued steadily their object- the federal party dropped off, one by one, and finally, when the middle party came to view the offspring which they had given birth to, and in a great measure reared, several of them immediately disowned the child. Such has been hitherto the progress of party; or rather of the human mind dispassionately contemplating our separate and relative situation, and aiming at that perfect completion of social happiness and grandeur, which perhaps can be combined only in ideas. Every description of men entertain the same wishes (excepting perhaps a few very bad men of each)-they forever will differ about the mode of accomplishment-and some must be permitted to doubt the practicability. As our citizens are now apprized of the progress of parties or political opinions on the continent, it is fit they should also be informed of the present state, force and designs of each, in order that they may form their decisions with safety to the public and themselves-this shall be given with all the precision and impartiality the author is capable of.
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    Today, 12:27 AM
    osan replied to a thread Daily Anti-Federalist in History
    Antifederalist No. 9 A CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT IS A TYRANNY "MONTEZUMA," regarded as a Pennsylvanian, wrote this essay which showed up in the Independent Gazetteer on October 17, 1787. We the Aristocratic party of the United States, lamenting the many inconveniences to which the late confederation subjected the well-born, the better kind of people, bringing them down to the level of the rabble-and holding in utter detestation that frontispiece to every bill of rights, "that all men are born equal"-beg leave (for the purpose of drawing a line between such as we think were ordained to govern, and such as were made to bear the weight of government without having any share in its administration) to submit to our Friends in the first class for their inspection, the following defense of our monarchical, aristocratical democracy. lst. As a majority of all societies consist of men who (though totally incapable of thinking or acting in governmental matters) are more readily led than driven, we have thought meet to indulge them in something like a democracy in the new constitution, which part we have designated by the popular name of the House of Representatives. But to guard against every possible danger from this lower house, we have subjected every bill they bring forward, to the double negative of our upper house and president. Nor have we allowed the populace the right to elect their representatives annually . . . lest this body should be too much under the influence and control of their constituents, and thereby prove the "weatherboard of our grand edifice, to show the shiftings of every fashionable gale,"-for we have not yet to learn that little else is wanting to aristocratize the most democratical representative than to make him somewhat independent of his political creators. We have taken away that rotation of appointment which has so long perplexed us-that grand engine of popular influence. Every man is eligible into our government from time to time for life. This will have a two-fold good effect. First, it prevents the representatives from mixing with the lower class, and imbibing their foolish sentiments, with which they would have come charged on re-election.
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:20 PM
    You should probably give the computer a break and get some sleep.
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    Yesterday, 11:11 PM
    Is really Swordsmyth.
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:13 PM
    ^^^can't count
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  • Danke's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:06 PM
    Frick. Goddamn Feds! My replacement spa only goes to 104 degrees. My old one got nice and hot. Found out it is a Federal law now that tubs can only go to up to a maximum of 104. I will have to get some resistors to hack this and get it hotter.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:51 PM
    Dont try to put this on me. You define everything however you want. One thing is for sure, however you define recession, I will be sure to not define it the same way. You have blown every ounce of trust I have in anything that comes out of your mouth or keyboard. Joke: How do you know if Zippy is lying? There are words on your screen.
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:10 PM
    Too early to say, they have to pass the bill to see what's in it.
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:18 PM
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to angelatc again. My first thought was, "Oh, yeah? Well, I wonder what they have to say about Julian Assange ..." And the answer is: absolutely nothing. Zero. Zip. Nada. Not even in passing. According to the Firefox search function, Assange is never referred to in the article.
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  • AuH20's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:59 PM
    Come again?!?!? https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/made-by-history/wp/2018/03/09/gun-rights-are-about-keeping-white-men-on-top/?utm_term=.23527c4ec8f3 .
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    Yesterday, 02:46 PM
    The real journalists in this country are either dead, imprisoned or driven underground.
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  • Danke's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:20 PM
    That's my life...
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:29 PM
    White male capitalists, who else?
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:26 PM
    Is tone deaf.
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    Yesterday, 12:26 PM
    Better than Florida.
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    Yesterday, 12:01 PM
    ^^^ lives in Florida.
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  • Danke's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:52 AM
    Oyarde can no longer fly for free.
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    Yesterday, 10:55 AM
    Bark activated ones. The lights only work on ground with cargo door open.
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