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    Yesterday, 09:34 PM
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/graham-launches-probe-into-bidens-burisma-and-ukraine/2019/11/21/5a5675b4-0ca5-11ea-97ac-a7ccc8dd1ebc_story.html
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    Yesterday, 09:03 PM
    and,...Hillary jumps into the race in 3...2...1...and Biden goes home.
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    Yesterday, 09:00 PM
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/graham-launches-probe-of-bidens-burisma-and-ukraine/ar-BBX8Pkt?ocid=spartandhp Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey O. Graham sent a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Thursday requesting documents related to former vice president Joe Biden and his communications with Ukrainian officials, a step seen as a GOP effort to counter the House impeachment investigation of President Trump. The inquiry by Graham (R-S.C.) is focused on any calls Biden may have had with Petro Poroshenko, then the Ukrainian president, regarding the firing of the country’s top prosecutor, as well as any that referenced an investigation of Burisma, the Ukrainian natural-gas company that employed Biden’s son Hunter Biden. Graham’s document request suggests he is seeking to legitimize Trump’s accusations that Biden, then vice president, put pressure on Ukraine to fire its lead prosecutor to protect his son, a claim without evidence that has been disputed by officials familiar with the investigation. Graham, one of Trump’s fiercest defenders on Capitol Hill, told The Washington Post in late October that he was under intense pressure to launch an investigation into Biden by Trump and his allies.
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    Yesterday, 07:56 PM
    If we stop funding both sides, that's real campaign finance reform. +rep
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    Yesterday, 07:52 PM
    To much truth, she will never be elected.
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    Yesterday, 03:42 AM
    https://abcnews.go.com/Business/wireStory/fear-turmoil-lebanon-financial-crisis-worsens-67190248 Businesses and households have been thrown into disarray. Residents say they don't know how they will come up with dollar payments needed to pay for tuition, health insurance and housing loans. Companies are struggling to transfer salaries to staff, others have cut salaries or are simply laying off employees. Lebanon has one of the highest debt ratios in the world, at around $86 billion or 150% of GDP. Much of the government’s budget is sucked up by salaries in the sprawling public sector, while infrastructure has gone undeveloped for years. Struggling with the broken economy, the government began hiking taxes and taking other measures, prompting small protests early in the year. But the protests exploded across the country on Oct. 17 in response to a new round of proposed taxes and evolved into a revolt against the country’s entire political elite. Protesters blame the politicians for decades of systematic corruption and mismanagement that brought the country into its dire economic straits. The prime minister stepped down on Oct. 29, but political parties have been unable to agree on a government since. Politicians impose taxes (take money from people), then suck the money out of the public sector into a corrupt government system (extort it from government agencies), and then make themselves rich. Hmmm...
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    Yesterday, 03:06 AM
    https://dailycaller.com/2019/11/20/dnc-fundraising-numbers-debate/ The Democratic National Committee (DNC) released its disappointing October fundraising numbers in the middle of the party’s fifth presidential primary debate. The DNC reported less than $8.7 million cash on hand and over $7 million debt in an FEC report released Wednesday. The DNC’s poor fundraising numbers come less than a year out from the 2020 presidential election, and at a time when the Republican National Committee (RNC) and the re-election campaign of President Donald Trump continue to blow past fundraising numbers The RNC raised nearly three times as much money as the DNC last month, pulling in over $25 million in October, while reporting over $60 million cash on hand. Additionally, the joint fundraising effort between the Trump campaign and the RNC has raised over $300 million in 2019 so far, and reported over $156 million cash on hand last month. DNC Chairman Tom Perez has come under fire over the party’s poor fundraising numbers. Two-time South Carolina Democratic Party Chairman Dick Harpootlian ridiculed Perez last month in an interview with Politico, calling Perez “as useless as tits on a boar hog.”
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    Yesterday, 02:48 AM
    +rep
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    11-20-2019, 09:46 PM
    What? no democratic debate thread? This debate is so full of crap its utterly meaningless. This is proof this election is going to suck Balz. ROFLMAO! :D
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    11-19-2019, 07:51 PM
    https://fee.org/articles/the-antifederalists-were-eerily-prophetic/ Their Oppositions to the Constitution Antifederalists opposed the Constitution on the grounds that its checks on federal power would be undermined by expansive interpretations of promoting the “general welfare” (which would be claimed for every law) and the “all laws necessary and proper” clause (which would be used to override limits on delegated federal powers) creating a federal government with unwarranted and undelegated powers that were bound to be abused. One could quibble with the mechanisms the Antifederalists predicted would lead to constitutional tyranny. For instance, they did not see that the Commerce Clause would come to be called “the everything clause” in law schools, justifying almost any conceivable federal intervention—because the necessary distortion of its meaning was so great even Antifederalists couldn’t imagine the government could get away with it. And they could not have foreseen how the 14th Amendment and its interpretation would extend federal domination over the states after the Civil War. But despite that, it is very difficult to argue with their conclusions in light of the current reach of our government, which doesn’t just intrude upon, but often overwhelms Americans today. Therefore, it merits remembering the Antifederalists’ prescient arguments and how unfortunate is the virtual absence of modern Americans who share their concerns.
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    11-19-2019, 07:22 PM
    I want to see hearings on Biden and Hunter.
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    11-19-2019, 06:18 AM
    https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/world-news/genetically-engineered-babies-within-two-20907651 Researchers have predicted the “ethically sound” creation of the so-called designer babies by 2022 to spark a revolution to GM people Genetically engineered designer babies could be just two years away and spark a revolution in editing human embryos, scientists have said. Researchers have predicted the “ethically sound” creation of the so-called designer babies by 2022. He argued a morally justifiable attempt could be less than two years away. And he predicted such research could kick-start a revolution in producing genetically-modified (GM) people.
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    11-19-2019, 06:09 AM
    Make car bumpers out of this stuff.
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    11-18-2019, 10:13 PM
    Pauls' Revere replied to a thread Mexico. in World News & Affairs
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2019/11/18/why-abruptly-abandoning-drug-war-is-bad-idea-mexico/ The consequences of the decades-long militarization of Mexican drug policing have been twofold. They have ensured U.S. military aid, enhancing Mexican security forces and ultimately ensuring the federal government maintains order and control, especially in drug-producing regions. But history has also shown that at times the government’s policing practices have hurt its credibility with the Mexican people. The result was that in the vicinity of the drug trade, Mexican citizens came to distrust the federal government because of abuses committed in the name of drug policing. This mistrust means that demilitarizing too quickly would destroy an ingrained policing infrastructure and probably create a power vacuum filled by organized criminal groups. As Mexican cartels have grown more powerful, these groups at times have secured citizen support by both providing benefits to citizens that the government did not and more recently by using fear-provoking tactics against citizens. This kind of talk sounds like the same kind of talk you hear when they discuss Syria or Iraq. Expect that U.S. support for the militarization of Mexican policing to continue.
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    11-18-2019, 08:34 PM
    I think its going to go the same way as Clinton. "Some big nonsense misunderstanding put into legal mumble jumble and spin around so fast everyone's head spins right off. Then, Trump wins a second term because everyone is so confused and sick of the shit show all they want is what they've know for the last four years.
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    11-18-2019, 12:49 AM
    Pauls' Revere replied to a thread Mexico. in World News & Affairs
    Here's food for thought. Just my imagination talking here: What if we become involved in a proxy war with China through Mexico?
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    11-18-2019, 12:41 AM
    Pauls' Revere replied to a thread Mexico. in World News & Affairs
    I think we're screwed either way. Immigration is/has been lucrative as well as drug trafficking. The U.S. is one big magnet now. Free healthcare for illegals, the chance at a better life, Jobs, stronger currency,= from where they came, housing subsides, food stamps and the welfare system in general. This we all know, but I'm wondering when does Mexico become Venezuela? I'm thinking it's one of two things. 1) The Mexican Government nationalizes the entire police force into the national army and we see soldiers on every street corner. 2) There will be a violent coup de tat between the cartels and military/police state. This coup will have significant support from the public. When the cartels can equally provide basic necessities (security, food, medicine) as well as the government, then the government has real problems. Think Hamas, which serves it's people and still fights Israel.
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    11-18-2019, 12:20 AM
    Pauls' Revere replied to a thread Mexico. in World News & Affairs
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/many-migrants-stuck-in-lawless-mexican-border-state-after-trying-to-enter-us/ar-BBWUoaT?ocid=spartandhp The United States has warned its citizens to stay away from the lawless border state of Tamaulipas, assigning the area in Mexico the same alert level given to war-torn countries such as Afghanistan and Syria. The Mexico City-based Institute for Women in Migration, which has tracked kidnappings of migrants and asylum-seekers, documented 212 abductions in Tamaulipas from mid-July through Oct. 15. Of the documented kidnappings in Tamaulipas, 197 took place in Nuevo Laredo, a city of about 500,000 with international bridges contributing to the trade economy. Kennji Kizuka, a researcher for New York-based Human Rights First, said gangs were in the Nuevo Laredo office of Mexican migration, openly abducting asylum seekers who the United States had just sent back. As of August, Human Rights First had recorded 100 violent crimes against returnees. By October, after it rolled out to Tamaulipas, that had more than tripled to 340. Most involved kidnapping and extortion. and then there's this...
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    11-17-2019, 11:51 PM
    To contact the author of this story: Ramesh Ponnuru at rponnuru@bloomberg.net To contact the editor responsible for this story: Tobin Harshaw at tharshaw@bloomberg.net
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    11-17-2019, 03:02 PM
    The world will change drastically between 2020 and 2024. Trump’s second and last mandate coincides with Putin’s last mandate as President of Russia. There may never be another coincidence like this for a long time, and both know that it’s now or perhaps never. Together, they have to end NATO, Swift, and the European Union should crumble. Terrorism and anthropogenic global warming will jump in the vortex and disappear with their creators. Trump will have to drain the swamp in the CIA and Pentagon, and he has to nationalize the Federal Reserve. Along with Xi and Modi, they could put a final end to private banking in public affairs, by refusing to pay a single penny of their debts, and reset the world economy by shifting to national currencies produced by governments, as private banks will fall like dominos, with no more Obama-like servant to bail them out at your expense. Once this is done, unbearable peace and prosperity could roam the planet, as our taxes pay for the development of our countries instead of buying useless military gear and paying interests on loans by bankers who didn’t even have the money in the first place. If you still don’t understand Donald Trump after reading the above, you’re hopeless. Or you’re might be Trudeau, Macron, Guaido, or any other useful idiot, unaware that the carpet under your feet has already slipped away. ^all this in four years?^ = Hell we can't even figure out how Britain should exit the E.U.!
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    11-17-2019, 01:26 PM
    Politics Three False Claims Muddying the Impeachment Debate (Bloomberg Opinion) -- Even though public hearings on the impeachment of President Donald Trump have just begun, the subject has already become encrusted with legends and myths on all sides. In a polarized country, each side has its own talking points — and isn’t paying enough attention to the other side to know when those points are based on errors. So far, three stand out. Take White House acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney’s famous remark that Trump’s critics should “get over it.” This was widely taken to be a brazen statement that it was fine for Trump to use foreign policy to seek to harm his political opponents. But that’s not what Mulvaney was saying. Nor was CNN accurate in reporting, “Mulvaney confirmed the existence of a quid pro quo and offered this retort: ‘Get over it.’” Mulvaney’s press conference was on Oct. 17. He mentioned news accounts about the previous day’s testimony from a former State Department adviser, Michael McKinley. Those reports said that McKinley had quit because he was, as the Associated Press put it, “disturbed by the politicization of foreign policy.” If you check out the transcript, you can see that Mulvaney was saying that of course politics affects foreign policy. He mentions McKinley and says: “Get over it. There’s going to be political influence on foreign policy.” Practically in the next breath, he says, “foreign policy is going to change from the Obama administration to the Trump administration.” He then faults some career government employees for seeking to prevent this. At least one reporter understood this context, because the next question for Mulvaney drew a distinction: Political influence over foreign policy is one thing, the reporter said, but is it OK for the president to try to pressure a foreign government to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden? Mulvaney then stoutly denied that Trump did any such thing, maintaining that the administration’s holding aid to Ukraine “had absolutely nothing to do with Biden.” Like a lot of what Mulvaney said at that press conference, that statement is dubious. But he didn’t admit to using foreign policy for partisan ends and then tell people to get over it. Trump supporters have myths of their own. One is the claim that in September, Representative Adam Schiff, the California Democrat who heads the House Intelligence Committee, tried to pass off a phony version of what the president told Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelenskiy in their July 25 phone call as the actual words of the conversation. Trump accused Schiff of fraud and mused about charging him with treason: “He was supposedly reading the exact transcribed version of the call, but he completely changed the words to make it sound horrible.” House Republicans tried to censure Schiff for it, and other Trump supporters keep claiming that Schiff lied. What Schiff actually did was provide a paraphrase of Trump’s remarks, and he was completely open about it. He described how Zelenskiy opened the call and then said, “Shorn of its rambling character and in not so many words, this is the essence of what the president communicates.” Then he gave his version of the gist of Trump’s comments. After finishing, he says, “This is in sum and character what the president was trying to communicate with the president of Ukraine.” Anyone who listened to that and thought Schiff was directly quoting Trump should quit trying to follow the impeachment debate. Republicans have gotten agitated over another distorted comment recently. They say that Mark Zaid, the lawyer for the Ukraine “whistle-blower,” called for a “coup” against Trump soon after he took office. The background to this was a tweet of Zaid’s in January 2017, reacting to Trump’s dismissal of the acting attorney general, Sally Yates. Although Zaid has muddied the waters in trying to defend himself, he appears to have been saying that it was Trump who was starting to...
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    11-17-2019, 11:38 AM
    and all their dreams will be stolen! ;)
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    11-15-2019, 11:44 PM
    https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/470550-trump-admin-preparing-to-seize-private-land-for-border-wall-report The White House has begun preparations to seize private land so that construction of the border wall can continue. A pair of officials within the Trump administration told NBC News that Jared Kushner will meet with military and administration officials to discuss next steps in acquiring the private land. The officials also told the news network that counsel from the Department of Defense and the Department of Justice had already prepared letters of rights of entry to notify the landowners that government officials will be accessing their property to appraise the land, test the soil and conduct land surveys. Typically in eminent domain cases, the government agrees upon a price for the land before seizing it, but the Trump administration has yet to settle on a price. However, the White House could also try to act under the Declaration of Taking Act in federal court in Texas, NBC reports. The law would allow the administration to move through the process of acquiring the land more quickly, and the negotiations between the government and the landowners would take place after the land had been transferred to the government.
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    11-14-2019, 10:47 PM
    San Francisco is the capital of CA and the 9th circuit court is the supreme law of the land. SF even put up a huge picture of their God Greta Thunberg on one of the buildings.
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    11-13-2019, 08:01 AM
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/california-woman-recounts-horrific-story-234349499.html U.S. California woman recounts horrific story of homeless man pouring hot feces on her head
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    11-13-2019, 07:59 AM
    + rep https://www.yahoo.com/news/california-woman-recounts-horrific-story-234349499.html U.S. California woman recounts horrific story of homeless man pouring hot feces on her head
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    11-12-2019, 11:46 PM
    Makes me laugh. Why did Beto drop out? LOL
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    11-12-2019, 11:33 PM
    I think she's going to run. She can't stand to sit idle and watch as Bloomberg (and others) are starting to jump in. The more others do the less she becomes legit. Put another way, the more that she sits still and lets others run away with the chance at being president? Her ego can't handle that. Additionally, Butteiggeg <sp might make a strong showing in Iowa. Why can't she?
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    11-11-2019, 11:44 PM
    Who? https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/11/us/politics/deval-patrick-2020-president.html Deval Patrick, Ex-Governor of Massachusetts, Is Considering 2020 Presidential Race Days after Michael Bloomberg began taking steps to enter the 2020 race, Mr. Patrick’s conversations with top Democrats are the latest evidence of an unsettled presidential primary field.
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