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    Today, 05:30 PM
    Just forget about the rape and the treason with China.
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    Today, 05:24 PM
    ^^^THIS^^^ They have been promoting people who drink the kool-aid and now they are going to pay the price.
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    Today, 05:20 PM
    Benton may have been a source of bad advice.
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    Today, 05:13 PM
    Do you know how many people still believed the official narrative on 9/11 and automatically discounted anyone who disagreed as a "lunatic"? Ron played the 9/11 issue just right at the time and left it to the grassroots to spread the truth, if he had come out with the full truth about the deepstate far fewer people would have voted for him. The truth must be brought forward in stages and he could have started to bring it farther forward if he had won the nomination and farther yet if he became POTUS.
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    Today, 04:51 PM
    I think he had to balance the truth against what people were willing to believe and perhaps against what was safe to say.
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    Today, 04:41 PM
    Don't forget Bush Jr., Clinton and Bush Sr. all were part of the same team.
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    Today, 04:01 PM
    Are there any good FBI leadership?
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    Today, 03:59 PM
    ^^^THIS^^^ However it is good that the far left is coming out of the closet, it will drive anyone with two brain cells to the right.
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    Today, 03:55 PM
    If the UK hands him over to the US the trial could get interesting, the deepstate should be careful what it wishes for.
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    Today, 03:53 PM
    Those following Russiagate are well aware of the Perfidious Albion connection
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    Today, 03:20 PM
    Perot was playing wingman for Clinton, that is why he dropped out when his campaign was too successful and jumped back in at the last second to take just enough votes away from Bush, Bush was in on the whole scam as well, he had been President for most of Reagan's time and he had had a term of his own to go down in the history books so the powers above him said it was time for a Dem to make things worse faster than Bush could get away with. Buchanan would have been a great President.
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    Today, 02:44 PM
    Yawn. :sleeping: He must be doing something right.
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    Today, 02:02 PM
    And man's effects on the planet are minuscule compared to nature's, the sun and other factors completely drown out any human activity.
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    Today, 01:47 PM
    Local conditions may be affected but planetwide it is like whistling in the wind, there is no significant effect.
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    Today, 01:27 PM
    Natural variation, there have been periods when the earth was much colder and periods when it was much hotter.
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    Today, 01:24 PM
    Without borders the leeches chase the prosperity freedom brings and destroy it everywhere, the free market doesn't work without property rights.
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    Today, 12:40 PM
    It's healthy if you're a baby cow. Just like human breast milk is healthy for a baby. But contrary to what we've been indoctrinated to believe, there is absolutely no need to drink cow breastmilk, and tons of reasons not to. Any nutrients that you want to get from it, you can get in other sources, minus the hormones, antibiotics, as well as components that increase the risk of certain types of cancer. Plus, it causes inflammation, phlegm, and for a lot of people, other health issues. For crying out loud, something like 75% of the worlds population cannot drink milk. If it truly was a healthy food for humans, then do you really think that 3/4ths of the worlds population wouldn't be able to consume it? Plus, every time you drink milk you are supporting taking a calf away from his mother. I know that most of you guys don't care about that, but it needs to be said. You support stealing a baby and the milk that was supposed to be for that baby, which causes continual distress and to both the mother and the calf. And that's just the beginning of it, the cruelty continues from that point on. Since you don't need it for your health, and since it absolutely is not as healthy as we've been told, quite the opposite… And since with every glass of milk you are supporting cruelty, why do it? Why do it when there are alternatives that are healthier and taste better? Without the pus, without the hormones, without the misery. Thankfully, the dairy industry is slowly dying, as more and more people are realizing the truth.
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    Today, 01:32 AM
    Hitlery herself would find it hard to be more corrupt and dishonest than Mueller, she had greater opportunities but he made excellent use of his.
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    Today, 01:28 AM
    This is what happens when you apologize, there is no forgiveness, they close in for the kill: The chief executive and a second high-ranking executive at the pizza chain — pals of Schnatter whom he installed in key positions — failed to curb a “bro” culture at the Louisville, Ky., business that featured open discussion of “gangbangs” and other hostile terms, a report on Thursday claims. Women in the office were often mocked, asked during business conversations if they were menstruating and were subjected to comments from male executives about whether they wanted “to jump on the train,” according to a report from Forbes, which interviewed 37 current and former employees. CEO Steve Ritchie was present for many of the toxic comments and just laughed, three employees told Forbes. Over Schnatter’s tenure, Papa John’s has agreed to two confidential settlements after he was accused of inappropriate conduct, Forbes reported.
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    Today, 01:18 AM
    The acting watchdog at the CIA, who has been accused of retaliating against whistleblowers, is resigning, the agency confirmed Friday. Christopher Sharpley, whose nomination for the inspector general post had stalled in the Senate, said in a memo to employees at his office that he was stepping down. CIA spokesman Ryan Trapani said in a statement the agency was grateful to Sharpley for his service, "including his work to professionalize" the office. Sharpley has 36 years of investigative and law enforcement experience and created two inspectors general offices within the government. "After three decades of public service, he has decided to continue his career outside the agency, and we wish him the best in this new chapter," Trapani said. "CIA's commitment to rigorous, independent oversight is unwavering, and the Office of Inspector General will carry on that important mission through the transition." The announcement did not say why Sharpley decided to resign. But the Senate wasn't prepared to advance Sharpley's nomination until a resolution to complaints from two former CIA employees-turned-whistleblowers who alleged retaliation, according to a congressional aide who wasn't authorized to discuss the matter publicly and spoke only on condition of anonymity. Representatives for those ex-CIA employees told The Associated Press last year that there has been discord for several years within the inspector general's office, an independent unit created in 1989 to oversee the spy agency.
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    Today, 01:12 AM
    Mueller is a traitor.
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    Today, 01:10 AM
    America won, the frog detected the rising temperature and jumped, roughly half our population hates all that is good and decent about America and wants to turn us into a communist hellhole, if we must amputate the gangrenous limbs in order to save the patient then that is better than letting it die. The disease is too advanced to be cured with gentler slower treatment, the patient would be dead before they could take hold.
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    Today, 12:51 AM
    America won in 2016.
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    Today, 12:17 AM
    At least some categories of businesses are required by law to give at least some categories of employees overtime for more than 40hrs in a week and in some states more than 8hrs a day.
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    Today, 12:09 AM
    I think they want to make some appointments with her.
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    Today, 12:09 AM
    In the latest salvo against civil forfeiture, 21 Republican Members of Congress sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday that demanded the Justice Department “immediately return” up to $22 million that was “seized unfairly by the government.” Using civil forfeiture, the Internal Revenue Service raided bank accounts from hundreds of owners for alleged “structuring” offenses, which involves making a series of cash transactions under $10,000 to skirt federal reporting requirements. “What was done was not fair, just or right in most cases,” the letter declared, which was co-signed by House Ways and Means Chair Kevin Brady (R-TX), Oversight Subcommittee Chair Lynn Jenkins (R-KS), and former Oversight Subcommittee Chair Peter Roskam (R-IL). “The IRS’s actions led to the destruction of many lives and small businesses, some of which will never fully recover.” In response to a public backlash, the IRS announced two years ago that it would notify owners who had their property forfeited under structuring laws that they could file petitions to recover what was taken. Appearing before a House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee hearing last month, representatives from both the IRS and Justice Department provided an update on the structuring petitions they had received. The contrast between the two agencies was stark. After mailing over 1,800 letters to property owners, the IRS received 464 petitions. Upon further review, only 208 petitions were within its jurisdiction. Among those petitions, the IRS decided to grant 174 (or roughly 84 percent), and returned over $9.9 million to property owners. For the remaining 256 petitions, the IRS sent those to the U.S. Department of Justice, and recommended that DOJ grant 194 of those petitions. Yet the Department only accepted 41 petitions—less than 1 in 6 petitions—and refused to return more than $22.2 million. Slamming DOJ’s position as “wholly indefensible,” the Members of Congress wrote that they were “profoundly troubled by the significant discrepancy between the IRS’s recommended outcome and DOJ’s final decisions.” “By DOJ’s own testimony, the mitigation process acts as a pardon request, permitting a plea for leniency,” noted the letter. “It provides DOJ with a safety valve that allows for the correction of actions taken by the Government, which in hindsight, we may realize were in error. This is one of those instances.”
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