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    Today, 02:00 PM
    Also from your own chart Haitians are much safer drivers that than Dominicans, but people from Cuba, Barbados, Trinidad, the Bahamas, are right in there with the white European countries for being safe drivers. Yet...for some odd reason they don't make your list. Why is that? (And based on the chart I provided they're probably safer drivers than white Americans.)
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    Today, 01:44 PM
    :rolleyes: Your chart is silly because it has nothing to do with your point. Let's walk through your "thesis" if it can even be called that. 1) You "noticed" driving accidents going up recently. (You didn't include ANY data on that so we're just going off your gut on that). 2) You assume "it must be because of them immigrants." 3) You find a chart NOT OF ACCIDENTS BY COUNTRY OF ORIGIN IN THE U.S., but rather accidents by COUNTRY AS A WHOLE and ASSUME that somehow translates to your gut feelings in points 1 and 2. Why are accidents higher in certain other countries? Could it be bad roads? Could it be conflict? (If your car hits a landmine is that considered a driving accident or a post war casualty?) Could it be a lack of stoplights? Poor maintenance on cars in certain countries because of a lack of parts? Who knows! You just found a stat that goes with you hunch #1 and hunch #2 and by golly you're going to make some hay out of it garsh darnit! 4) You don't even LOOK at the ethnicity or country of origin of accidents by driver in the U.S. to see what's going on IN THE U.S.!
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    Today, 08:33 AM
    You whole argument implodes based on facts that you can't disputed. In the FREAKING UNITED STATES Hispanics have lower fatality rates than whites period, end of story. Even from your own silly chart, Mexico is the same color as the U.S., yet you for some unknown reason only mentioned white countries and Japan. And Africans aren't driving the immigration rates right now. In fact Africans never have. Most immigrants are coming from Hispanic countries and Asian countries. It's not even close. Stupid argument is stupid.
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    Today, 08:07 AM
    A) I'm surprised the cackling hens didn't all lay eggs when Dr. Phil dropped those truth bombs on them. B) It was fun to see Dr. Phil smack down Whoopi Goldberg's false assertion that the lockdowns were saving kids from COVID when VERY FEW school aged children died from COVID ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD! C) I wonder if he brought up the fact that other countries like Japan and Taiwan had better COVID outcomes WITHOUT closing down schools. D) The Washington Post reported back in 2016 that the Obama administration had turned children over to child traffickers. https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/obama-administration-placed-children-with-human-traffickers-report-says/2016/01/28/39465050-c542-11e5-9693-933a4d31bcc8_story.html
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    Today, 07:55 AM
    :rolleyes: According to this chart, Hispanics are safer drivers than whites.
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    Today, 05:37 AM
    Bumped for modern relevance.
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    Today, 05:09 AM
    jmdrake replied to a thread Candace Owens in U.S. Political News
    One rule about the small hat club...you don't talk about the small hat club. I noticed that the Torah Jews Against Zionism where big hats. Is there something to the big hats versus small hats? I never thought of that really.
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    Yesterday, 06:51 PM
    Yeah....good show.
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    Yesterday, 06:49 PM
    Favorite 70s shows? Sanford and Son, The Waltons, Good Times, The Jeffersons, The Bionic Man, The Bionic Woman, Wonder Woman (yowza!), Charlies Angels (had the lunch box), Starsky and Hutch, The Incredible Hulk, S.W.A.T. (best theme song ever), Columbo, Kojack, Berretta, What's Happening, All In The Family, Family Affair, The Brady Brunch, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Flying Nun, The Andy Griffith Show, The Beverly Hillbillies (re-runs but I'll take it), Happy Days (watched from the first episode...stopped before it jumped the shark), Wild Kingdom, The Wonderful World Of Disney (when it was still wonderful), Green Acres (re-runs but I'll take it), I Dream Of Genie (same..and yowza!), Welcome Back Kotter, Taxi, Captain Kangaroo, Rocky and Bullwinkle, Spiderman, Speed Racer, Starblazers, Buck Rogers In The 25th Century, Battlestar Galactica, Mork and Mindy, Laverne and Shirley, Hogan's Heros (again...reruns), Sesame Street, Mr. Rogers...until I grew out of it, Electric Company, Alphabet Soup, Dr. Who (when it was still good...though I didn't discover it until the 80s so does that count?), Little House On The Prairie, that's all I can think of for now. The 1970s also had the best miniseries. (Roots, Ms. Jane Pittman, A woman called Moses, The Holocaust, Skokie, MLK, The Hiding Place). And right round 1976 they had a patriotic cartoon with a "spirit of 1776" who would come out of a grandfather clock and tell Revolutionary War Stories. (Can't think of the name of it).
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    Yesterday, 06:25 PM
    jmdrake replied to a thread Candace Owens in U.S. Political News
    Did I just read that someone said Dennis Prager should be fired from his own organization?
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    04-15-2024, 08:49 PM
    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2024-04-13/westfield-bondi-junction-evacuated-after-alleged-stabbing/103705022 Five women and one man are dead following a man's stabbing rampage at the Westfield Bondi Junction shopping centre on Saturday afternoon. NSW Police say a nine-month-old baby is among the eight injured in hospital. The attacker, who was believed to have acted alone, was shot by a police officer and died at the scene.
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    04-15-2024, 05:11 PM
    I get your point. What Sonny Tufts seems to be missing is the fact that you don't pick your plaintiffs. Well....sometimes people do. Rosa Parks wasn't the first black women not to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus, but the woman before her was a single mom and back then the left cared about appearances. Fast forward to the 21st century and a druggie who robbed a pregnant woman at gunpoint, but nonetheless was murdered by a cop (no excuse for Chauvin to have his knee on Floyd's neck 2 minutes after Floyd no longer had a pulse), became an international hero for....dying. And it's not like there haven't been more sympathetic black people killed by police. Elijah McClain was just walking home listening to music, wearing a ski mask because of his allergies and he was attacked by police and then overdosed by EMTs with ketamine. That was just a year before George Floyd. But how many people know his name? (I had to look it up). I think Floyd was a matter of timing. It was close enough to affect the 2020 election and far enough away from the First Step Act for all of the goodwill Trump had generated in the black community to have evaporated.
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    04-15-2024, 05:04 PM
    Possible perjury for him having said he didn't have such messages on his phone. Needlessly delaying and driving up the litigation costs by not cooperating with discovery. Disobeying a lawful court order. Yes. The attorney screwed up multiple ways. But it also sounds like Alex didn't tell the truth about whether or not he did any texts about Sandy Hook. There are two possibilities. 1) Alex just "forgot" and his lawyer didn't refresh his memory by helping him search through his own cell phone. 2) AJ didn't want the records out and told his attorney not to turn them over. It's still his attorney's screw up. He should have convinced Alex to turn the records over and explained to him how they would mitigate the situation. The Paul Joseph Watson comment about the COVID dummies and his statement "This is like Sandy Hook" wasn't necessarily fatal to their case. They could have argued that both were examples of unintentional mistakes that were cleared up as soon as possible. Sometimes the best answer is "I don't recall" as opposed to an emphatic "No." But also in this case there was a specific question that Alex could easily check and verify. Further, 99% of the time before you have someone under oath you do written discovery AKA interrogatories and requests for production of documents. Normally you have 30 days to comply though the time often gets extended. So there was probably an interrogatory question on paper that said "Do you send or receive any text messages about Sandy Hook" followed by "produce any text messages you sent or received about Sandy Hook." The lawyer should have found that, told Alex the answer to the interrogatory was "yes" and then created a file with a copy of all of those messages to turn over. Why that didn't happen? That's between Alex and his lawyer.
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    04-15-2024, 01:17 PM
    Interesting: https://twitter.com/jmdrake4liberty/status/1779952388423467380 1779952388423467380
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    04-15-2024, 10:17 AM
    Of all the lies NPR and other leftists peddled, this is the one I find the most shocking. Politics also intruded into NPR’s Covid coverage, most notably in reporting on the origin of the pandemic. One of the most dismal aspects of Covid journalism is how quickly it defaulted to ideological story lines. For example, there was Team Natural Origin—supporting the hypothesis that the virus came from a wild animal market in Wuhan, China. And on the other side, Team Lab Leak, leaning into the idea that the virus escaped from a Wuhan lab. The lab leak theory came in for rough treatment almost immediately, dismissed as racist or a right-wing conspiracy theory. Anthony Fauci and former NIH head Francis Collins, representing the public health establishment, were its most notable critics. And that was enough for NPR. We became fervent members of Team Natural Origin, even declaring that the lab leak had been debunked by scientists. But that wasn’t the case. When word first broke of a mysterious virus in Wuhan, a number of leading virologists immediately suspected it could have leaked from a lab there conducting experiments on bat coronaviruses. This was in January 2020, during calmer moments before a global pandemic had been declared, and before fear spread and politics intruded.
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    04-15-2024, 08:46 AM
    Plaintiff's attorney : Mr. Jones, we have text messages that your lawyer accidentally sent to me of the very discovery that you said you didn't have. Alex Jones: I guess you've got your Perry Mason moment. Alex Jones' lawyers thought bubble : "Man we screwed up! And we didn't object based on privilege so it's a double screw up."
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    04-14-2024, 06:06 PM
    So....how did the guy in the green vest not hit the guy in the truck when he shot at him from a few feet away multiple times?
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    04-14-2024, 08:18 AM
    Could very well be. After Sulimani was assassinated, Iran "attacked" a U.S. base in a way that caused no casualties. On the flip side I've heard the argument that Iran was using cheap drones to draw down Israel's Iron Dome interceptors.
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    04-14-2024, 08:10 AM
    A couple of days ago, Scott Ritter predicted Iran would "attack Israel within 24 hours." I'm kicking myself for not following through on my hunch to buy some oil futures.
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    04-12-2024, 03:38 PM
    There doesn't need to be any facts or evidence to support anything. Heck I bet a man could put on a dress and call himself a woman and people would call him a woman. Heck a burly dude with a huge beard could get all pissed off at a clerk for calling him sir and tell the clerk he is a woman. If the clerk doesn't comply the clerk gets fired or arrested. No proof of facts needed.
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    04-12-2024, 03:20 PM
    I never found OJ that funny.
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    04-12-2024, 08:14 AM
    It is a hard job but somebody has to do it.
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    04-11-2024, 05:44 PM
    The polarization was the fault of the media. Ask yourself this question. When before or since was there daily polls about whether or not someone was guilty or innocent? And then they broke the polls down by race. Even with that I saw some black people not cheering in ^that video and some white people were cheering. Also, where was all of the scrutiny of the Robert Blake acquittal? Robert Blake (I remember him as Beretta on TV), shot and killed his wife (admitted) and claimed it was an accident when he was cleaning his gun. He died last year. https://www.npr.org/2023/03/09/1162501709/robert-blake-the-actor-acquitted-in-wifes-killing-dies-at-89
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    04-11-2024, 04:21 PM
    https://nypost.com/2024/04/11/us-news/planet-fitness-member-arrested-after-going-to-ladies-locker-room-claiming-he-identified-as-a-woman/ Planet Fitness member arrested after going into ladies’ locker room ‘completely naked’ and claiming he identified as a woman By Social Links forSnejana Farberov Published April 11, 2024 Updated April 11, 2024, 9:03 a.m. ET A Planet Fitness member in North Carolina allegedly entered a ladies’ locker room at the gym and stripped down “completely naked,” claiming that he identified as a woman, according to police and 911 callers.
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