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    Today, 07:07 PM
    Most people are not aware of this: http://www.vacfacts.info/vaccine-production-with---human-diploid-cells-aborted-fetal-cell---tissue.html
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    Today, 07:05 PM
    Ah yes. Ron Paul is behaving "like a little child" for taking Trump to the wood shed for his foreign policy and his trampling on civil liberties with the expansion of the power of the TSA. Make America Grope Again! MAGA!
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Today, 07:02 PM
    Oh yes. You are so smart. Your ability to twist the English language in ways that it (that is the language) is not supposed to be used is fascinating. Is Egnwish your 3rd or 4th language? Clearly you are not an native speaker so you must have mastered something else first. Chinese perhaps? You had what is known as a dangling pronoun. "It" could have referred to a job or a PhD. So now that we've cleared up your writing deficiencies, what you wrote still doesn't make sense. If there is at least 1 American receiving a PhD then there is a market for American PhDs. Of course there is. Now the question which seems to have escaped your oh so brilliant mind is, are there more American PhDs then there are PhD job openings? If that 1 American PhD gets hired and there are 10 PhD job openings....well you see the problem? No, you probably don't. If Engwish was your first language you might. You're making the assumption that the one American PhD that exists either didn't get hired or is willing and able to work all of the PhD jobs. Maybe English isn't your problem. Maybe it's math and/or logic that you are failing at. Now you're shifting gears to why libertarians aren't politically powerful? That's simple. Freedom isn't popular. People like hearing silly platitude like "Let's fight em over there so we don't have to fight em over here" or "ban all drugs and just build a wall to keep them out" or "The constitution is not a suicide pact so get used to getting groped before you get on an airplane." Banning foreign workers to "save" the job from some American PhD that probably has more job offers than he or she can handle is yet another example of a stupid platitude that the ignorant masses can latch onto. Congratulations! You've master the art of demagogue politics! MAGA!
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    Today, 06:54 PM
    You've outed the Zippster again.
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    Today, 06:45 PM
    I frankly do not care what the Vatican says--they say a lot of things I disagree with and this is a big one.
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    Today, 05:55 PM
    http://www.vacfacts.info/varicella-and-shingles-vaccine---for-profit-quackery.html
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    Today, 01:17 PM
    Hmmmm....maybe the armed robot dog walker can protect your dog from the armed police bot?
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    Today, 01:15 PM
    :rolleyes: Says the guy that injects a discussion about whether a libertarian would buy a good made by a communist into a thread about H1B visas. If there isn't 1 American receiving "it"? What is "it"? An H1B visa? By definition no American can receive "it." And whether there is a market for an American doing the job is irrelevant. The question is are there qualified Americans ready and willing to take the job? If the job specs are for a PhD in quantum physics and all of the American born quantum physics PhDs are not looking for a job, then while there is certainly a "market for an American doing the job", there's not a qualified American in the market to do the job. The "side note" really has no relevance to the thread and was basically a baseless attack on libertarian thinking with no rhyme or reason to it. Writing is fundamental. I suggest you work on yours.
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    Today, 12:51 PM
    Please visit your local state university, find out how many STEM PhDs are going to Americans, and get back to us once you pull your jaw up off the floor. What is "utterly bizarre" is that you engage in a thread that is specifically about U.S. vs foreign workers and then try to pretend that we aren't talking about U.S. vs. foreign workers. But if you want to engage in silliness, go right ahead. Sorry for actually trying to take you seriously.
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    Today, 12:49 PM
    Only if they lose their primaries to pro liberty candidates. And for that to happen, Trump needs to be on the side of liberty, or his supporters need to wake the hell up. Sadly I wouldn't bet on either of those two possibilities occurring. Face it. The RINO's won the 3D chess match because we as a movement came to believe that every time liberty principles were violated somebody was playing "3D chess." Yes I know, Rand's good and all that. But many people here, for some odd reason, cannot tell the difference between someone who's been pro liberty his whole life playing a role to get teocon votes and someone who's been a progressive his entire life playing a role in the opposite direction to get teocon votes. Folks here get angry when you point out that in 2000 Trump was openly calling for an assault weapons ban.
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    Today, 12:43 PM
    Maybe they actually want to...I don't know...higher Americans when they can? :rolleyes: You pushed the cynical view that libertarians are so awful that all they care about is the bottom line and have no sense of community, and yet you're perfectly willing to just have all of the jobs go to foreigners instead of just some? Rather self defeating don't you think? Not really. You said: Poll idea: how many libertarians would buy something at twice the cost to support another libertarian in favor of purchasing it cheaper from a communist? I have a feeling the result would be depressing. That poll, in the context of this thread, depends upon H1B visa holders being somehow "less libertarian." Maybe well educated people coming over from India to get a good paying high tech job are more libertarian than native born Americans. Then if you give the job to the Indian you're giving it to the libertarian.
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    Today, 10:40 AM
    You are making a molehill out of the mountain of the TSA groping more people than ever before. MAGA! Make America GROPE Again!
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    Today, 10:08 AM
    Hmmmm....just realized the OP link was from the liberal fake "Drudge retort" and not the "Drudge report." Possible #fakenews.
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    Today, 09:37 AM
    Yeah.....but in this case who would they have to "fight?" GOP congressmen are supposedly being "overwhelmed" by astroturf pro Obamacare demonstrators. So why aren't the tea party types counter demonstrating? I think it's because of a feeling that "we won already" so...why go protest? That and once the tea party received self appointed leaders, people quit doing spontaneous rallies and now everyone is waiting for "orders from headquarters." The same happened to the Ron Paul movement. In 2008, getting a 500 to 1,000 person rally even in a small city like Nashville was as easy as pointing out the call on Meetup.com. Now? Pulling together 20 people anywhere is difficult.
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    Today, 09:29 AM
    Yeah. Screw it. They should just move operations to India and be done with it. /sarcasm
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    Today, 09:28 AM
    Why bother calling the police when the robots can just shoot you themselves?
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    Today, 09:26 AM
    It's only a glich. If you destroy a police robot do they charge you with assaulting an officer like they do if you kick a police dog?
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    Today, 09:24 AM
    Operation "Protect ISIS by lobbing cruise missiles in the name of humanitarianism" has been a raging success!
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    Today, 09:22 AM
    Well....to be fair he was allegedly 15 and not married at the time. Underage self pimped sex slave.
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    Today, 09:21 AM
    LOL. So did I.
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    Today, 09:21 AM
    Believe or not, Beck is actually sounding sane these days. I heard a really good Beck show yesterday talking about how you have more power to effect real change than you think. And he had a progressive on and they had a *gasp* dialog and realized there was a lot of common ground in the same manner that Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich found common ground.
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    Today, 08:30 AM
    Cell phone bill. I can kind of understand a $0.35 fee for using an ATM for purchases less than 5 or 10 bucks, but getting fined for paying in cash, yeah, I went with a different company.
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    Today, 08:16 AM
    I will pose you two different scenarios. Pick one. The background scenario is a new robotics startup that has a need for PhD level engineers to solve tricky problems in machine vision and machine learning. This company is having trouble filling these positions. Scenario 1: The startup fills them using H1B visa holders who just graduated from U.S. universities. (Again most of the STEM PhD's at U.S. universities are foreigners.) The startup flourishes and highers lots of Americans to do various tasks that don't require engineering PhDs. Scenario 2: The H1B visa program is killed, the foreign born PhD students return home, the startup relocates to India or China. Which scenario do you choose and why? Edit: And why do you believe H1B visa holders are more likely to be communists than native born Americans?
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    Today, 08:09 AM
    Okay. But why is that? It seems the more powerful a grassroots movement becomes the least power the grassroots actually have. Trump can rightly be seen as the culmination of the Tea Party...which subsumed the Ron Paul movement....which subsumed the truther and liberty movements. More "power" but less influence. Look at Obamacare. The meme being pushed by the MSM is "If republicans trash Obamacare they face angry crowds back home." Well...what happened to the angry crowds from a few years back demanding the end of Obamacare?
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    Today, 08:04 AM
    Only if you are a public figure. If you are not a public figure you can win by merely proving negligence. http://www.dmlp.org/legal-guide/proving-fault-actual-malice-and-negligence
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    Today, 08:01 AM
    For slander against someone who is not a public figure you don't have to prove that the person making the allegations knew they were false, only that they were negligent in their regard for the truth. So, here's the million dollar (literally), question. Is a YouTube "celebrity" a "public figure?" And here's the catch-22. The more famous someone is on YouTube the more money he tends to make, so at one phase of the trial his lawyer would have to argue "Of course he's not a public figure. He just streams video games for the fun of it", but then, if he won, at the damages phase he would have to argue "He was a rising YouTube megastar and he lost future earning potential of X million dollars!" http://www.dmlp.org/legal-guide/proving-fault-actual-malice-and-negligence
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After have worked full-ahead over the last two-months I have finally completed a massive undertaking that I’ve wanted to accomplish for at least the last couple of years. Basically, I compiled much researching along with articles I have written over the course of the last many years; revising, expanding, and cleaning them up as I went. The final result is the preliminary edition of what I have entitled: “A Discourse on the Crux of the Federal Taxation of Individuals”. I plan on actually completing

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