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    Today, 03:29 AM
    Current immigration law gives the President the power to ban any set of people he wants and that means he can ban them by country. Amash is lying.
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    Today, 03:24 AM
    Try reading the whole post I posted. I don't like that Trump put sanctions on Russian gun imports but it doesn't compare to the rest of what I posted. And one of the things I posted shows that they discussed using Fast and Furious to get gun control. I haven't even done an exhaustive search for all of O'Bummer's anti-gun actions either, Trump isn't even close.
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    Yesterday, 11:59 PM
    NYC’s Muslim Community Patrol to enforce the “fundamentals of the Sharia.”
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    Yesterday, 11:42 PM
    Any time now. But I think she will wait and take the nomination at a brokered convention without having to run in the primaries.
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    Yesterday, 11:39 PM
    See post #231 He did a lot of things and tried to do many more but was stopped.
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    Yesterday, 11:37 PM
    On Friday, July 22, just as members of his party were gathering in Philadelphia to coronate Hillary Clinton as their presidential nominee, the Obama Administration once again released a sweeping gun control measure by executive fiat. This time the bad news came via the U.S. State Department’s Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC), which is primarily responsible for administering the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) and its implementing rules, the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). The upshot is that DDTC is labeling commercial gunsmiths as “manufacturers” for performing relatively simple work such as threading a barrel or fabricating a small custom part for an older firearm. Under the AECA, “manufacturers” are required to register with DDTC at significant expense or risk onerous criminal penalties. As with prior executive actions on guns, the administration released its dictate suddenly and without advance warning to or prior input from affected businesses, completely bypassing the normal formalities associated with a significant rulemaking. The guidance is also likely to result in more confusion than clarity and may significantly chill heretofore legal conduct associated with gunsmithing. By way of background, the AECA and ITAR concern rules by which military materiel is exported from, and imported to, the United States. The so-called “defense articles” governed by the AECA/ITAR are compiled in what is known as the U.S. Munitions List and include some, but not all, firearms and ammunition, as well as their parts and components. Thus, for purposes of the regime, a spring or floorplate from the magazine of a controlled firearm is subject to the same regulatory framework as the firearm itself. The AECA/ITAR require anybody who engages in the business of “manufacturing” a defense article to register with DDTC and pay a registration fee that for new applicants is currently $2,250 per year. These requirements apply, even if the business does not, and does not intend to, export any defense article. Moreover, under ITAR, “only one occasion of manufacturing … a defense article” is necessary for a commercial entity to be considered “engaged in the business” and therefore subject to the regime’s requirements. More at: https://www.nraila.org/articles/20160727/just-in-time-for-his-party-s-convention-obama-administration-releases-latest-executive-gun-control
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    Yesterday, 11:15 PM
    Just the UN treaty O'Bummer signed and Trump unsigned makes O'Bummer far worse. And then there are many little things like this: Trump Signs Bill Revoking Obama-Era Gun Checks for People With Mental Illnesses https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/trump-signs-bill-revoking-obama-era-gun-checks-people-mental-n727221 And many more.
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    Yesterday, 11:13 PM
    ^^^This^^^is true even if the polls are lying to a great extent. And Bernie isn't the only communist, even if you make maximum allowances for voter fraud etc. at least 1/3rd of the population is communist and many more are open to communism.
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    Yesterday, 11:10 PM
    That's what I figured. You have called for troops on the border often enough.
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    Yesterday, 10:58 PM
    I won't and never have denied that it was horrible. But I emphatically deny that O'Bummer was better.
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    Yesterday, 10:57 PM
    Fast and Furious was intended to get people to support gun laws by deliberately giving guns to criminals and Trump put an end to it. You didn't even respond to the point about FFls. The VA was under O'Bummer staffed by people who were diagnosing trumped up mental problems to take guns away from vets and Trump put an end to that . The Bumpstock thing is bad but it doesn't even come close to O'Bummer's policies, many of which I haven't even mentioned.
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    Yesterday, 10:41 PM
    It's because these people who aren't like us will violate our rights. And it is the legitimate function of government to protect our rights, especially to protect them from foreigners. Because it's their job, part of them are on our side and government can do it more effectively.
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    Yesterday, 10:39 PM
    https://twitter.com/BrianKolfage/status/1202300057510436864 1202300057510436864
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    Yesterday, 10:32 PM
    https://twitter.com/BrianKolfage/status/1202014269363105793 1202014269363105793
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    Yesterday, 10:10 PM
    China’s People’s Liberation Army Navy takes many of its cues from the U.S. Navy as it develops its carrier aviation branch. It is seeking similar flat-deck carriers to its U.S. counterpart, and has developed airborne early warning planes and electronic attack jets comparable to American E-2D Hawkeyes and EA-18 Growlers. But that tendency may have backfired for once. That’s because the U.S. Navy has been beset by major cost overruns and delays in deploying its new generation Gerald Ford-class supercarriers due to persistent flaws in their catapults, arresting gear, radars and weapons elevators. You can read more about these many problems in an earlier article. Similar problems apparently are affecting China’s carrier program. On November 28, Minnie Chan of the South China Morning Post reported that Beijing was scrapping plans for a fifth and sixth nuclear-powered carrier, once it finished construction of two new steam-powered vessels. The reason? “Technical challenges and high costs,” including issues particularly linked to development of the latter two vessel’s electromagnetic launch systems—the same system bedeviling the U.S. Navy. Beijing may also be having second thoughts on whether springing big bucks for big carriers is the best use of its defense budget. China’s carriers greatest value may lie more in prestige, power projection against weaker adversaries, and building experience for later capability growth, rather than as deterrence against the U.S. Navy. More at: https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/china-cancels-plans-two-nuclear-powered-super-aircraft-carriers-103187
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    Yesterday, 10:06 PM
    She's not the pathetic one. And you are still ignoring my point that what can be rigged can also be unrigged.
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    Yesterday, 10:02 PM
    Ron still says Saudis took down the buildings with airliners as proof we should bring the troops home from Saudi Barbaria. He uses globalist talking points when it suits his purposes.
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    Yesterday, 09:57 PM
    Like fast and furious and using the VA to take guns from vets and revoking FFLs right and left for trivial errors and buying up all the ammunition for federal departments that had no use for it and a zillion other attacks on guns and gun owners.
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    Yesterday, 09:49 PM
    Hitlery would have completed the destruction of America and we would never see anyone but a communist in office again. Trump is repairing the economy even if it causes a little short term pain, Warren will not follow him.
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    Yesterday, 09:45 PM
    WRONG. O'Bummer enacted much worse policies.
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    Yesterday, 09:37 PM
    I don't think an outhouse can hold the office of President.
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    Yesterday, 09:31 PM
    Well said. So far there are no better options, only much worse options.
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    Yesterday, 09:04 PM
    On Friday, we reported on the latest bizarre milestone in the "art" world, when a banana duct-taped to a wall sold for $120,000 at that excess-liquidity conclave of ultra rich and other wannabe poseurs known Art Basel Miami Beach. Worse, a second banana duct-taped to a wall also sold for $120,000. Yet even worse than that, a third banana duct-taped to a wall is expected to sell for $150,000. Then on Saturday, at around 1:45pm, the art world was shocked and the art gallery stunned, when a random man, allegedly a performance artist, ate said duct-taped banana that sold earlier this week for $120,000. New York-based performance artist David Datuna ate the banana early on Saturday afternoon in front of a stunned convention full of "art" lovers most of whom had no idea whether they were witnessing even more "art", of just some clueless rando eating the world's most discussed "art" exhibit, the gallery told the Miami Herald. This happened and here's the video: someone ripped the Maurizio Cattelan banana off the wall at @ArtBasel and ATE IT 🍌 pic.twitter.com/JOL41jLoeY — JiaJia Fei 费嘉菁 (@VAJIAJIA) December 7, 2019 Perrotin Gallery spokesman Lucien Terras told the Herald that Datuna did not "destroy" the artwork because "the banana is the idea", or as Magritte would say "Ceci n'est pas une banane." The controversial piece, called "The Comedian," was created by Maurizio Cattelan, an Italian artist who had also entertained art lovers from around the globe in 2017 with his "America" 18-carat-gold toilet. The $6-million throne was stolen from England's Blenheim Palace over the summer according to CBS. Emmanuel Perrotin, the gallery founder, told CBS News that Maurizio's work is not just about objects, but about how objects move through the world.
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    Yesterday, 08:19 PM
    So far there have been no new wars in spite of multiple attempts to get him to start one. Trump is the least of all possible goods and he is only getting better.
    37 replies | 321 view(s)
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    Yesterday, 08:06 PM
    No Discussion on Sending More Troops to Middle East: Secretary of Defense, Trump
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