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    Today, 08:20 AM
    So, does this mean that you have gotten back from the Mall? Was it really Good? Did you pick up some cute to-die-for handbags, or just check out hot boys the whole time? I must admit, I lost all respect for you for your dishonest weaselness. I think everyone else here did, too. And yet, you just couldn't stay away. But you couldn't lower yourself to actually keep your word, either. What's a weasel to do? Where's your avatar, MallsRGood? Hmm? Where is it? Background:
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    Yesterday, 09:12 PM
    There was a bit of drama with a former gorvernor urging the new governor to veto: http://kfgo.com/news/articles/2017/mar/22/former-gov-schafer-says-burgum-should-veto-concealed-gun-bill/ Ed Schafer is probably the most respected former governor in the state, and he had endorsed the current governor Burgum back in the Republican primary. I imagine he'll be a little less respected on the right now, though! But that doesn't matter, because Governor Burgum has announced that he will sign the carry bill!
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    Yesterday, 06:55 PM
    :D :D But where oh where are our paid ShariaBlue DNC shills to make sure we're being negative in the right, Deep-State-approved way?
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    Yesterday, 05:22 PM
    Brilliant Analysis by Robert D. Steele
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    Yesterday, 05:07 PM
    This poll is both missing some sort of option about Kludge, and also the obviously correct option which is: ✔ Eliminate the Fillibuster and then Full-Repeal, Full-Free-Market, Full-Speed Ahead!
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    Yesterday, 05:02 PM
    But, but... the Dignity of the Office!
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    Yesterday, 04:58 PM
    "Initiative" makes it sound way more full of life and, well, initiative, than is warranted. The website is here: http://freestatewyoming.org/ I am speaking as a Founding Associate in the FSW who moved to Wyoming, and even specifically to north-east Wyoming, the target area, as part of the FSW project and then lived there for several years. I know probably most of the people who were involved. Many have since moved back. Some are still there. Currently it's a group of I would offhand-guess a couple dozen.
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    Yesterday, 03:59 PM
    I'm sure that any of us that weren't already on the black list, Zippy has made sure that we are now.
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    Yesterday, 09:38 AM
    Well, in fairness, I have focused on one factor, and there were, as in all contests, many factors that led to victory. There were certainly also people not living in NH who voted for NH as the best choice. But there were more people not living in Wyoming who nevertheless voted for Wyoming. In my opinion, the aggressive signing up of NH natives was the decisive factor that put NH over the top. Without those extra hundreds of votes, Wyoming, the second-place choice, would have come out on top. But, there is someone who will probably be along shortly to give you the pro-NH point of view.
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    Yesterday, 09:33 AM
    Oh, and Alaska. A lot of people left Alaska unchecked, though. ;)
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    Yesterday, 09:05 AM
    Back to the topic of equality more directly (though this is all related, I'm going to tie it all back in (if I get time)): The equality idea basically comes from Christianity. I can't think of any other religions nor ancient civilizations that had it. Your modern-day leftists are effectively Christians without Christ. You can draw a direct line from some of the egalitarian-sounding teachings of Christ ("If any man desire to be first, the same shall be last of all, and servant of all." Mark 9:35) and the Apostles ("Who will render to every man according to his deeds ... For there is no respect of persons with God." Romans 2:6-11) to Bentham's Utilitarianism (who looked to "the greatest good of the greatest number" as his moral yardstick) and from there to the radical leveling of society promoted by Marx. It’s a strong line -- Murray Rothbard has a whole fascinating (and hilarious!) lecture on communism's explicitly Christian genealogy. It's also a line or connection that the left relies upon a lot these days, for propaganda/persuasion purposes. "Don't you claim to be Christian? Real Christianity™ is about brotherhood and equality and giving free rapes to a hundred million rapeugees!" Of course this is just for the plebes, for propaganda -- the modern left, as directed by Bentham and Marx, completely denies the spiritual aspects of Christianity. For a Christian, we are not equal on Earth, and the idea of equality comes in as we are all to be judged at the Last Day with equal justice by our Lord God. The leftist, however, denies the existence of God, and instead takes the Christian idea of spiritual equality and attempts to apply it to this earthly world, where people are actually highly unequal, and then he proceeds to enforce it with worldly means. Lastly, without God or the Devil waiting for us when we die, many leftists aren’t too concerned about ethics, at least certainly not in the strict sense. All that strictness is so old, so tired, so worn-out, so lame. Get into the '90s! (or whenever) We've moved so beyond that old-fashioned White Man Morality, a morality that only ever served the White Man. Stop being so narrow-minded. A little robbery? A little murder? Ahh well, we're correcting past wrongs or "institutional biases". Our Holy End, Equality, justifies any means. Justice is defined by outcomes, equal outcomes, not by, well, what the word traditionally actually means. Social Justice is the opposite of Actual Justice.
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    Yesterday, 08:18 AM
    Osan, I have posted my answer over in the thread http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?456305-Creating-a-Free-Town-or-County in order to keep things together on that topic and, as you say, not hijack this thread. But short answer: There was some stacking of the deck that went on from NH partisans.
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    Yesterday, 08:16 AM
    Osan, I'm going to answer you over in this thread, for continuity and organization's sake. Hope that's OK. There was some... "stacking of the deck"... that went on from NH partisans. The largest block of FSP members at the time of the vote were people *already living* in New Hampshire! You see, the rule was that one could choose which of the ten states to which one was willing to move, down to and including just one single state, and this rule was taken full advantage of by the NH partisans. They had an aggressive effort to sign up as many NH people as possible, even those not willing to move at all! Perhaps especially those. All they had to do was check one box, New Hampshire, and leave the boxes for Wyoming, Vermont, Maine, Delaware, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, and Idaho blank. Not exactly in keeping with the true spirit of the project was such behavior, in my view. But.... it led the NH partisans to victory, so who can argue with results? Of course, it depends how one defines victory. You and I take a somewhat more long-term and more ambitious view.
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    03-22-2017, 09:32 PM
    Oh yeah, osan! Preach on! Preach on! http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?456305-Creating-a-Free-Town-or-County
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    03-22-2017, 06:36 PM
    I have a picture of Massie sitting in my Ron Paul Liberty Corvette!! (actually it had the Rand Paul wrap at that time)...
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    03-22-2017, 05:59 PM
    Nope, I don't believe so. :( Murica has holidays dedicated to celebrating ultra-violence against innocents. We're at least several generations away from growing into using higher reasoning skills most of the time. :/ :( :'(
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    03-22-2017, 05:24 PM
    Well, seeing as how I have experience in actually doing, I will re-confirm that making the location of you and your loved-ones' bodies not align with the immediately obvious location(s) is indeed effective in buying you time, and with time, options.
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    03-22-2017, 05:07 PM
    Enh. My comment was probably un-called-for actually. Looking back I don't think you were trying to convince me of anything in particular with that quote (that was later -- my mistake). But it didn't really answer the question, either, of what is unrighteous dominion. :rolleyes: Wouldn't it be funny if I turned out to be Irish? You have read so much into the things I've written over the years. Things which I didn't write, but which you thought were there. Just because the Irish have certain distinctive characteristics (less outbred, more clannish, Catholic) vs. other ethnicities does not mean I want to "keep them out," nor that I even consider the Irish inferior (I don't), nor that those particular characteristics are unambiguously negative (they aren't). And one of your techniques in carrying out this discourse you wish to take place is that of "calling out" alleged offenders. One of which happens to be me. Now, you don't even like to be "called out" as possibly left-leaning, which is a perfectly acceptable thing to be and an identity with which you are probably perfectly comfortable in your off-line non-RPF life. Why, I myself am naturally inclined to be even more left-aligned than you are, probably! And yet you don't like it. So just how effective do you think it is to "call out" your fellow RPFers as racist, sexist, homophobic, etc., etc.? I personally find it tiresome. Tedious. Boring. Useless. It's a technique the left uses to try to shut down discourse (like, the actual kind) and shut down thought. You think I'm a horrible, hateful racist homophobe: fine. Great. Who cares! Move on!
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    03-22-2017, 12:53 PM
    Not Socratic. I was and am not trying to teach you anything (how presumptuous!) but truly trying to learn something myself. OK, good. I appreciate the honesty. I can tell from this you're saying "not that I agree with all of it!" Just as you are certainly not a socialist -- very far from it! -- so too you do not accept all of President Ezra Taft Benson's political views. Indeed, perhaps you are just as far away from and just as hostile toward his views as you are towards Orwell's. I was just sincerely interested, seeing as how it had seemed to me in the past like you are a quite left-leaning person. If you are instead reading and agreeing with The Red Carpet, if An Enemy Hath Done This holds an honored place on your bookshelf, then my understanding of you would have been quite wrong and I would need to change it, and, most importantly: it would be interesting! That would have been totally unpredictable! Out of left field! (Or right field, in this case.) We could have a further dialogue! I could ask "What in the world are you all about undergroundrr? Where is this wild pro-gay, pro-immigrant, anti-leftism coming from and how is it coherent?"
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    03-22-2017, 10:59 AM
    We're all in it, comrade. If you have a birth cert, they have your prints. If you've participated in much of anything (including having routine medical tests like blood work or urinalysis), you're in The Matrix. Theye can easily demand your DNA from your doctors if they really want it. Or just stalk you till you throw away a food container with your DNA on it. Just don't give anything to the police if you don't have to. :)
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    03-22-2017, 10:19 AM
    :D Your DW, Oyarde, and I should compare tests someday and see if we should show up at our respective family reunions and whatnot.
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    03-22-2017, 10:11 AM
    Markers tested for Neanderthal ancestry 1436 Markers where you have two Neanderthal variants 19 x 2 Markers where you have one Neanderthal variant 249 Your Neanderthal Variant Total 287
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    03-22-2017, 08:31 AM
    This is horrible. Pure evil. This is why the schools all need to be blown up: as a national catharsis, eradicating this festering putrescence. Now, here's my practical advice. From the article: "Christian did not believe that was their business to know the details, and he and Katie chose to reject the primary school’s opinion that they needed to have Camden evaluated and treated by psychologists. "The school reported the Maples to Child Protective Services. Eight police officers later surrounded the family’s house and took 7 year old Camden away from his home and his family." One needs to be alert to these things, and expect escalation. They had just brushed off the school authorities. Now, how many people do you know who like being brushed off? That's right, none. The parents just insulted the authorities and put them in their place. "None of my business? We'll see about that." They needed to expect a counter-move and not be at home. Much harder to kidnap the boy then, when the family has spontaneously decided to go on vacation. For a month. To Austria.
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    03-22-2017, 08:17 AM
    I think this is the most deeply insightful post I remember ever having read from you. Perhaps in your entire tenure here, Pierz. (No rated-R movies, though; stop that!)
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    03-22-2017, 08:14 AM
    I'm not trying to be difficult. While the answer doubtless is obvious to you (having convenient access to your own thoughts), it is anything but obvious to me and my little (and non-clairvoyant) brain. Otherwise I wouldn't have, you know, asked. So, could you clear up my curiosity and type the words "Yes, I am definitely a huge fan of Ezra Taft Benson's politics"?
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    03-22-2017, 08:08 AM
    Indeed, Pierz is on a roll, lately!
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    03-22-2017, 08:05 AM
    Cool, Tom Woods is talking about the alt-right, eh? I'd be interested in what he has to say. I just haven't had time for anyone's videos or podcasts lately, but one of these days. Feel free to give a synopsis!
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