• The Rebel Poet's Avatar
    Today, 08:46 PM
    This. A few years ago I read a statistic from Barna Group that kids raised in regular church attendance are more likely to become atheists than kids raised religious without regular church attendance.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 07:03 PM
    https://entertainment.slashdot.org/story/17/11/17/2147214/fcc-approves-next-gen-atsc-30-tv-standard Why should you be concerned? Who cares if they know what you watch? By having access to as little as videos you watch, you give them the ability to determine your race, sexual orientation, political bias, gender, age, and a plethora of other things about you. In and of itself, that wouldnt be an issue except that the data about you is sold to those who can use that information to increase prices of seemingly unrelated things like health, car, homeowner / renter insurance, costs for goods and services you buy online. You are the one paying for them to give your data away because when there is a financial incentive to "find something wrong", they most undoubtedly will. Now, as far as that internet ready toilet paper...
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 03:16 PM
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-11-17/demise-dissent-why-web-becoming-homogenized Full article on link. --- Data Mining is now bigger than Big Oil.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 03:08 PM
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-11-17/how-uncle-sam-inflates-away-your-life Full article on link. --- Of course Zippy will argue that there is no inflation because the price of TVs has gone down.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 02:59 PM
    https://yro.slashdot.org/story/17/11/17/161215/germany-bans-childrens-smartwatches
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 02:55 PM
    I'd have to say yes they are. Silicon Valley is now akin to what Big Oil used to be. In fact, Data Mining as an industry, you know, all the shit they record about everything that you do, then sell it, is now BIGGER than Big Oil. So it should come as no surprise that they have intentionally built the infrastructure of your digital prison. But it goes even deeper. Fascism can be most easily described as a merger between government and corporations. According to Princeton, in a governmental system where politicians views represented the will of the people, if 0% of the people supported a particularly nasty bill, then 0% of the votes in govt would be for that system. Opposite of that is if 100% of the people supported a bill, then 100% of the votes in govt would be for that bill. What we have is about 30% of the bills get passed, regardless how much or how little support it has by the public. Smaller bills that dont really matter too much to the public tend to benefit either govt or corporations. The Princeton Study shows that the people in power truly do NOT care what the people want. And that holds true until you get to the top 1%. When you look at the richest 1% of people, then and only then does the voting pattern of govt officials match the will. Govt represents the rich, showing just how incredibly Fascist this country has become. Understanding that corporations truly run this country, you can only understand that they are the ones to build the tools that will support their industry, which is the suppression of your rights against theirs. And the most effective way to do that is to build a Surveillance Society and call it "Social Networking". What people give away for free becomes the very thing that enslaves them to those in power. ---
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  • The Rebel Poet's Avatar
    Today, 10:44 AM
    I stand corrected. The federal government could prohibit the slave trade, but as previously established, slavery ≠ migration.
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:01 PM
    Denying the antecedent is Zippy's favorite fallacy. He thinks that if you say, "Rain is responsible for sidewalks getting wet," then you are claiming that sidewalks can't get wet unless it rains ...
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:23 PM
    Was going to post the following: But then I realized it doesn't matter. It really doesn't. We're just as screwed either way.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:55 PM
    https://yro.slashdot.org/story/17/11/16/2121236/fcc-repeals-decades-old-rules-blocking-broadcast-media-mergers
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  • Wooden Indian's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:29 PM
    Drew was at her physical peak in those days... lordy, wish I could come forward.
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  • The Rebel Poet's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:07 PM
    Starting over creates its own problem set. Like building voter networks. I still think LP and CP should merge, or at least cooperate in some organized fashion. If Ron Paul had been on either party's ballot both would have supported him. That there is proof of concept that the differences are not too great.
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  • The Rebel Poet's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:34 PM
    So, you don't believe in logic? That explains your misunderstanding of enumerated powers.
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  • The Rebel Poet's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:12 PM
    No. This is a fallacy called denying the antecedent. Congress couldn't prohibit the slave trade unless the Constitution was amended. Do you disagree that the Constitution only grants explicitly enumerated powers?
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  • The Rebel Poet's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:51 PM
    Migration ≠ slavery. Besides it doesn't grant the federal government any rights at all.
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  • The Rebel Poet's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:47 PM
    That's not how logic works. If I say I didn't use an umbrella in the morning, that doesn't mean I did use one in the afternoon. We have enumerated powers in our constitution; that means that anything not explicitly allowed to the federal government is forbidden to them. The idea that anything not explicitly forbidden is constitutional is a defense I've heard of why Obamacare is constitutional. Nonsense. "The necessity of a concurrent jurisdiction in certain cases results from the division of the sovereign power; and the rule that all authorities, of which the States are not explicitly divested in favor of the Union, remain with them in full vigor, is not a theoretical consequence of that division, but is clearly admitted by the whole tenor of the instrument which contains the articles of the proposed Constitution. We there find that, notwithstanding the affirmative grants of general authorities, there has been the most pointed care in those cases where it was deemed improper that the like authorities should reside in the States, to insert negative clauses prohibiting the exercise of them by the States. The tenth section of the first article consists altogether of such provisions. This circumstance is a clear indication of the sense of the convention, and furnishes a rule of interpretation out of the body of the act, which justifies the position I have advanced and refutes every hypothesis to the contrary." James Madison
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:32 PM
    Search results by trackers will always manipulate data to what they think you should be looking at and not what is really important. What is really important too often relies on search results that you may not necessarily agree with, which actually expands your perspective even if you dont agree with it. The expansion of a persons perspective for an idea that is disagreed upon can also come from you gaining the ability to express why the opposed idea does not work. Limiting your search results is really a "Thought Bubble" where people do not have any new ideas to expand their minds. Google tells you what to think and more importantly limits your mind to what you are allowed to think.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:24 PM
    I just edited that post, original part you quoted is still present. Getting rid of fiat can not stop unequal wealth distribution in whole, but it can aid in the survival of this country which is a bit more important, and eliminating fiat currency can greatly aid in reducing unequal wealth distribution. Every country that has relied on fiat currency has collapsed. We are no different.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:13 PM
    Someone please +REP this post, Im out of rep for the moment... ----- Lets explain briefly how statistical data has its perceptions manipulated. Simpsons Paradox (Statistical Data Interpretation) This is how any person can misinterpret data. Person also includes Zippy, whether or not "he" is a team of people or a misguided individual who has fallen victim to allowing someone else interpret the data for them and not examining both sides of the data to begin with. Our elected leaders also being human are just as susceptible to "Manipulation by Presentation", or as the MSM does it, "Lying by Exclusion".
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    Yesterday, 01:27 PM
    TOADY I WAS ALPHA. GOOD PRACTICE. VERY RELAXING. TRUE LIFE SKILL. Certainly over 9000. :toady:
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  • luctor-et-emergo's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:22 PM
    The problem is taxes on the lower and middle 'classes', the rich will increase their wealth regardless of taxation since they have the assets to do so (This is not to argue that taxing the rich is a good thing) We make the joke that in the Netherlands we have the richest poor people in the world. That's because there is a lot of money shifted around in extra taxes and subsidies. We have a word for this "nivellering" which translates as 'leveling' but imo it doesn't catch the full load. Essentially, I've been in a situation while I was a student when I was able to purchase mandatory health insurance for lets say 80 euro a month while getting a 89 euro subsidy (don't know exactly anymore), at the same time my father had to pay 2500 or something like this in extra health insurance tax because he has a good income. So I make 9 a month while he's spending 280+ a month for exactly the same insurance. Now the numbers may not be exactly right but the situation I'm trying to describe definitely existed. Now I also pay more :p. In any case, what this has caused in my opinion, is a system where there are very little incentives to get ahead. Also, because everybody gets subsidized to 'get an education' and therefore we have a lot of educated people who are completely useless, filling up jobs they can't do... Stopping people who may be able to take those jobs from pure experience and passion for what they are doing. So yeah, quit taxing people. If you absolutely have to, do it by VAT. Then normal people don't have to file taxes and life becomes simpler. :D
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  • Todd's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:22 AM
    Todd replied to a thread Boats in Open Discussion
    I got a picture of a man in a boat, but I'm not sure if it's safe for the thread. :toady:
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:38 AM
    I stopped in the Kroger yesterday and noticed my Select 55 beer is cheaper than Fiji water.
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  • Working Poor's Avatar
    11-15-2017, 06:58 PM
    In my experience anything that says "fat free", "sugar free" or "low calorie" or anything that might imply "less" on the labeling I am going to have to avoid because of the potential that it has any artificial sweetener in it is too great for me to bother with it. I repeat they don't have to list artificial sweeteners on the label I have found this out the hard way. They might say something like: "This product may have ingredients not listed" on the label which I know for sure the ingredient they are ashamed to admit to is artificial sweetener.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    11-15-2017, 02:31 PM
    ... and how about after Inflation? Unless, you believe that inflation is at 2%...
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She lectures the State and then posts her veto on YouTube.

See our brazen Governor lecturing us on why government knows best. A mandate of wage slavery to Big Corporate HMO is now pursuant to the US Constitution (never actually explaining how) and illegitimately invokes Article 6 to veto the Healthcare Freedom Act. Support HB2 for healthy government!



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Beware! Using a procedural trick, the US Senate late Sunday night unanimously added the Food Safety Bill back into the new Continuing budget resolution. It returns to the House in the exact text they sent it for consideration and a vote.

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Bouncing off the Liberty community, and given the death of S.510, I have refined the proposed agenda another step. I think it's now about one refinement prior to press release, and dissemination.

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Food Safety Modernization just died in the Senate Omnibus bill, but I think Farmer's Freedom Protection Act is still critical. Rather than blocking a given law, let's define the relationship between State food producers and Federal regulatory power.
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I just submitted a bill to the Bill Drafting department. They are waiting until the finalized version of S.510 is produced in order to detail what protections exactly are needed, but we should have the NCFFPA ready to file extremely early -- during the first week if not on the first day.

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