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    Yesterday, 11:44 PM
    Ter, I have similar views on Trump grooming Rand. He will want to pick a successor, nobody can build and continue what Trump has done and continue the trajectory towards liberty like Rand can. We have to do everything possible to help Trump see this. It's encouraging that Roger Stone recently proclaimed Rand "the future of politics...anti-war, pro-gold, civil liberties."
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    Yesterday, 11:38 PM
    Rand is more valuable in the Senate than VP right? Has a two-term president ever been reelected with a new VP? What could Trump accomplish with Rand as VP that he can't now?
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    Yesterday, 11:08 PM
    I haven't seen one politician defend Trump for the Putin summit...except for Rand, who went on a full frontal assault in the press these past two days. He is stepping out of whatever shadow is being cast on him by the media, and like his father, staying consistent with his beliefs and telling it like it is. This is not the first time he's put his neck out for Trump, but it's definitely the riskiest, and if Trump is successful, this will elevate Rand like never before. Trump won with the help of libertarians. Can Rand win with the help of Trump fans (in 2024 of course)? Just because Trump is not a libertarian, does not mean he isn't playing a crucial role in helping libertarianism. Also, I had chills watching Ron and Daniel on the Liberty Report today. I think Ron was as happy with Trump as he's ever been. We'll see how things play out, but Ron was right...the things Trump was saying and doing today, let's hope he follows through, because the payoff is enormous.
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    07-13-2018, 01:36 AM
    Just watched the full interview. The host (Patrick) was great and you can tell Ron was fired up to be there, his energy was terrific.
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    07-10-2018, 12:52 PM
    I have read the orcas in the Pacific Northwest are somewhat at risk, due to various underlying issues (commercial transport, chinook shortage, etc.). If true, how (or what) would a free society do to preserve them? I'm assuming after a certain distance from shore, the ocean is nobody's property. So unless someone claimed a specific stretch of ocean, it wouldn't be a property rights issue. So how would the market figure out how to protect the species, in the absence of charitable contributions?
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    07-05-2018, 02:17 PM
    Terrible news. He was outstanding.
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    06-28-2018, 11:58 AM
    Jones/Stone say Napolitano is Trump's first choice. Was Trump serious about having a judge serve 40-45 years? Napolitano is 68.
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