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  • Ender's Avatar
    Today, 11:54 AM
    Apparently the law was negated in the 1980s but here are a few links about the 1 drop rule. https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/jefferson/mixed/onedrop.html http://www.encyclopediaofarkansas.net/encyclopedia/entry-detail.aspx?entryID=5365 https://www.nytimes.com/1983/07/06/us/louisiana-repeals-black-blood-law.html https://www.facebook.com/notes/greatest-africans-in-our-story/one-drop-rule-the-law-that-classifies-an-american-to-be-black-negro-or-now-afric/861546730524013
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 11:19 AM
    Yay! More divide and conquer memes for the idiots that can't piece together original thoughts and analysis. We didn't have enough of that already. Now for a word from our sponsors. This new meme is brought to you by your generous donations to deep state operatives who spend their waking hours trying to find new ways to keep the slaves angry at each other.
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Today, 11:18 AM
    Baloney. Apparently .gov can't find enough monsters so they keep raising OBL from the dead. Paul Craig Roberts on the last fake story: https://www.lewrockwell.com/2014/11/paul-craig-roberts/another-fake-bin-laden-story/ Another Fake Bin Laden Story By Paul Craig Roberts
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  • r3volution 3.0's Avatar
    Today, 10:37 AM
    The elected government already controls the Fed, just not on a day to day basis. If they wanted to abolish/change the Fed, or impeach and replace the Fed Chairman, they could do so at any time. The Fed's not really any more independent than the EPA, the FDA, the SEC, etc. The Fed is in fact a political entity acting in response to political pressure, despite the myth to the contrary. If the Fed were abolished and the printing press given to Congress, one of two things would happen: (1) Congress would create some new agency to run monetary policy (2) Congress would directly control monetary policy (as in, vote to set interest rates) The first would be no change at all. The second would give us the same basic policy, but in a more erratic (and hilarious) form.
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  • r3volution 3.0's Avatar
    Today, 10:19 AM
    Well of course, there wouldn't be capital flight for no reason. Eventually, whether in the next recession or not, there's going to be a stock market crash, and the money isn't go to go into UST as per usual. It's going to leave USD denominated assets altogether. Consider what's been happening in Italy over the last year: capital flight, stocks and bonds down. If they were still on the lira, that'd be down too.
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  • r3volution 3.0's Avatar
    Today, 10:10 AM
    So basically, you're saying that US markets can't decline...?
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Today, 10:03 AM
    Origanalist replied to a thread Horseface in U.S. Political News
    Rrrrhurrrerrrurrrr
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  • r3volution 3.0's Avatar
    Today, 10:02 AM
    Things change. And anyway, you seem to be talking about small time investors, 401(k)s and so forth. The big money is much more flexible.
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  • r3volution 3.0's Avatar
    Today, 09:43 AM
    Foreign stocks and bonds, commodities.
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  • r3volution 3.0's Avatar
    Today, 09:42 AM
    ... I knew it, Swordsmyth's a crypto-Mexican.
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  • r3volution 3.0's Avatar
    Today, 09:36 AM
    ...but not into US stocks and bonds. ... Anyway, the DJIA hit about -300 before recovering; bond yields dropped then rose again to unchanged. Yields are still at about 3.15. My guess is stock needs to tank enough to bring them back to about 3.00 before this correction is over. ...assuming we don't start seeing bonds selling off with stocks.
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  • r3volution 3.0's Avatar
    Today, 09:24 AM
    I can't imagine why you'd consider that an improvement. Are you under the impression that Congress is full of hard money people...? As I said above, monetary policy would be pretty much the same: except perhaps a bit more erratic. But the general practice of using the Fed to finance deficit spending, and subsidize politically connected companies, would continue.
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  • r3volution 3.0's Avatar
    Today, 09:22 AM
    Suddenly Miss Linzi cares about murdering innocent people, right...
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  • r3volution 3.0's Avatar
    Today, 08:20 AM
    So the DJIA dropped ~1000 points net last week, including a one day drop of 830. This occurred after the yield on the 10YUST hit new highs (i.e. just like February 2018). So what happens next? Do yields back off as the market recovers (as occurred in Feb), or is the bubble finally bursting? ...
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  • r3volution 3.0's Avatar
    Today, 07:58 AM
    On its face, it sounds like he wants to hand over the printing press to the Congress/President, or at least give them more control over the Fed. To the extent that changes anything, it would probably make for even more reckless monetary policy, especially around election time. However, I don't think that should be taken too seriously. Really, he's just looking for someone to blame, as is his wont. If the Fed didn't exist, he'd be blaming bond market speculators and calling for the creation of a central bank to fight them.
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  • r3volution 3.0's Avatar
    Today, 07:53 AM
    Pundits were assuming (with good reason, I'd say) that the Dems would have a turnout advantage. But, AFAIK, that assumption wasn't baked into the polls, it was only being used to interpret the polls. E.G. If the poll says D+5, but you assume the Dems will have a turnout edge, you might think it's more like D+7. But the poll itself still says D+5.
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  • The Gold Standard's Avatar
    Today, 07:35 AM
    I mean, it depends on what he replaced it with. But right now, he's begging the Fed to literally print more money to lower interest rates for him. I don't know who can honestly defend that.
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Today, 07:12 AM
    Do you honestly think that someone who signs up for Ashley Madison doesn't know what they are all about just because there is a new CEO, logo and motto? The name Ashley Madison is synonymous with "hook up site that specializes in married people who want to have affairs." I assume that all websites can be hacked. I assume they are also crooked enough to sell my information to the highest bidder. I also assume that they are in bed (pardon the pun) with the NSA and will give them full access any time it is asked. One of the things that Edward Snowden revealed is that the NSA found an exploit to crack SSL but didn't inform anybody because they wanted to be able to use it at will, but the exploit leaked out and black hat and white hat hackers were using it. The idea that your information on a site like Ashley Madison might be secure if they just didn't outsource to foreign nationals and/or bring those nationals here is extremely naive.
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Today, 07:05 AM
    You really have said jack dannno and you normally don't. I talked about what was being discussed here. You used the opportunity to whore for your favorite pimp. And when I pointed out that your pimp's logic is flawed you didn't address it. Game, set, match.
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Today, 06:06 AM
    This This And this.
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Today, 05:56 AM
    Origanalist replied to a thread Horseface in U.S. Political News
    Just about spewed my coffee all over the monitor.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 04:09 AM
    Of course. While this plantation's entertainment is the presented version of the other plantation, the other plantation's entertainment is the presented version of this plantation.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 03:06 AM
    Vote harder! This time it surely will be different. It's getting pretty weird and delusional when losing the popular vote is considered winning in a landslide.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 02:58 AM
    So Trump's problem with the Fed is how they're managing the monetary system, not that they're managing the system in the first place or that it's a giant fraudulent ponzi scheme meant to strip people of their wealth/energy/labor. So, as usual, the truth is never touched upon, just more cover stories. (It's all scripted any way. The Fed, in its current form, has already been planned to be scrapped to eventually make way for the blockchain monetary system. Create the problem, manage the reaction, offer the solution.)
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:38 PM
    Nativist crap is popular here. I gave you an example. You ignored it and went on your never ending quest to pimp Stefan Molyneaux. You must have shares in his ad revenues or something. Edit: And you also ignored this. And no, I don't think the "We want to help other low IQ countries by preventing a brain drain" argument is valid either as the U.S. is academically behind many of the countries were the H1-B visa types are coming from. Lastly, I doubt you even know what the term nativist means.
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:36 PM
    Ashley Madison's business model makes no sense outsourcing or no outsourcing. Anybody can be hacked. You had people using government email addresses to sign up for a website based on adultery. Not a hookup website (there are plenty of them) where you might fight single people, swingers and cheaters, but a 100% "this is for having an affair" website. Not that I have never done something stupid in my life. Just not that particular brand of stupid. And yet.....Ashley Madison is still in business. Sucker born every minute I suppose.
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:28 PM
    :rolleyes: And for the record nothing from Mr. "defoower" is worth is worth my time anyway. But I specifically pointed out people who, on these forums, wanted to kill as in murder people just for crossing their land to get into the U.S. And no, I don't think the "We want to help other low IQ countries by preventing a brain drain" argument is valid either as the U.S. is academically behind many of the countries were the H1-B visa types are coming from. Lastly, I doubt you even know what the term nativist means.
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