• lilymc's Avatar
    Today, 07:56 PM
    Yeah, I gave up on voting after I saw what they did to Ron Paul. And I really hate to say this, but I've pretty much given up on the whole shebang. I think we're past the point of no return. Yes, I have been. You seem to pop in only every once in a while. In fact, maybe you just didn't see it, but I replied to one of your long posts, point by point, way back on page 10, but you never replied. Here it is: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?515014-Should-Libertarians-support-anarcho-capitalism&p=6539312&viewfull=1#post6539312 I think there might've been a different post of yours to me that I didn't reply to… I have to go back and look. But your basic point was that a state is not needed for people to do commerce. That is kind of a strawman, because the thing that you're not getting (or maybe just ignoring) is that state or no state, you're going to end up having some sort of authority or coercive element, because it is completely unrealistic to think that everyone is going to hold hands and sing Kumbaya. So if you're going to have some form of government, it just comes down to what is better… one that is limited and based on a true foundation and has a system of checks and balances… Or a poorly thought out system that will inevitably boil down to might makes right?
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    Today, 06:36 PM
    Al-Bukamal 24 Resistance Axis- @Syria_Hezb_Iran SAA starts AlbuKamal OP from Mayadeen, liberating #Mahkan & #Quriyah villages(50+ km˛) on #Euphrates right bank.
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    Today, 06:29 PM
    Pawel Wójcik- saladinAlDronni 5 min. AFP announces the end of Marawi battle. Full 5-months fight. #Philippines Jennifer Jacobs-Conta verificada JenniferJJacobs 3 minHá 3 minutos Mais Trump will meet one on one with President Rodrigo Duterte while in the Philippines, White House official says.
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    Today, 02:08 PM
    well sir please support your false claim. you might have missed it but i was juts using your own language against yourself thus if we use your logic, you admit you "have lost the argument" i would say the same holds true if we read history. Claim- Confederate Constitution Does not Allow States to Abolish Slavery “It was clear from the actions of the Montgomery convention that the goal of the new converts to secessionist was not to establish a slaveholders reactionary utopia. What they really wanted was to create the union as it had been before the rise of the new Republican party” -Robert Divine T.H Bren George Fredrickson and R Williams America Past and Present Many say the south was not fighting for states rights but slavery because they falsely say the CSA constitution did not allow states to end slavery. However freeing slaves was a state issue in the CSA constitution. Article 1 section 9 clause 4 applies to congress, not to the sovereign states. This was in fact anticipating non slave states to join the confederacy. Article 4 section 2 clause 1 and article 4 section 3 clause 1 predicted future free states within the confederacy. As many in the confederacy including VP Stevens thought that the non slave holding upper Midwest would join the confederacy because of the tax and trade laws that would compel states connected to the Mississippi river to join the confederacy as non slave states.
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    Today, 02:04 PM
    Claim-The South was Against States Rights on the Issue of the Fugitive Slave Laws “The States of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan and Iowa, by solemn legislative enactments, have deliberately, directly or indirectly violated the 3rd clause of the 2nd section of the 4th article of the federal constitution, and laws passed in pursuance thereof; thereby annulling a material provision of the compact, designed by its framers to perpetuate the amity between the members of the confederacy and to secure the rights of the slave-holding States in their domestic institutions They have for years past encouraged and sustained lawless organizations to steal our slaves and prevent their recapture, and have repeatedly murdered Southern citizens while lawfully seeking their rendition.” -Texas causes of Southern secession Some claim the south did not care for states rights, or only cared when slavery was involved, as they objected to northern states nullifying the federal fugitive slave laws. Therefore they say, the south cared for slavery more than states rights. This objection seems good on the surface, but stems from a misunderstanding of both the purpose of states rights, and the union that was, see From Union to Empire- The Political Effects of the Civil war http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthr...-the-Civil-war But even if we assume they are correct for the sake of the argument, at most it would prove the south did not care for the northern states, states rights, not their own. The south clearly spoke of states rights and violations by the north and federal as a cause of secession. It could hypothetically denounce northern states rights as well when the north violated their own states rights and still secede over southern states rights. Since these rights are in place to secure its own states citizens rights and not another, this would make sense. This is also the downside of having a union of self governing states if one side does not follow the compact or contract and also why secession is vital to liberty.
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    Today, 01:51 PM
    It's hard to get the machine to eat itself. Don't stop tweeting Brian. :D
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    Today, 01:45 PM
    How much are those because of Christianity being absorbed and influenced by the Roman empire, and would the same effects have happened with the Carthaginian scenario?
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    Today, 01:26 PM
    Preparing the Impending Civil Suit Against Imran Awan Theresa Grafenstine served as House Inspector General (OIG) July 2010 - September 2017 A Question for Theresa Grafenstine (just retired House Inspector General) https://youtu.be/rRhKT3U58Sc?t=59m7s
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    Today, 12:38 PM
    Makes one wonder what Punic Catholicism would have been like. And yes it's silly he thinks Christianity needed the violence of an empire to spread. It might have spread farther more quickly given the Carthaginian obsession/skill with trade and exploration.
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    Today, 11:49 AM
    I've also noticed that Burning Man is used as an example of successful anarchy. I'm beginning to think that our "anarchists" smoked a little too much Wacky tobacky in their lifetime. :o ;)
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    Today, 07:38 AM
    I take 10 mg or Lysinopril for minor hypertension. Probably should take something for anxiety though as that is probably the root cause. That and my love of buffalo chicken wings and Belgian beer.
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    Yesterday, 09:36 PM
    SURA- @AlSuraEnglish 11 hod. Iraqi Federal forces will be completely deployed in all areas of Nineveh province, agreement via military command on operations (basically Iraq is reasserting control to 2003 pre-ISIS boundaries disrespecting the 2014 Kurd encroachments/takeovers of Sinjar and Tal Afar.) SURA- @AlSuraEnglish 2 hod. Iraqi forces now arrive near #ISIS held Rawa for operation to liberate border region with #Syria from ISIS https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DMvmXk4UMAIxx3f.jpg:large https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DMvmYcdV4AAnWaP.jpg:large https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DMvmZEMUIAEnEzw.jpg:large
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    Yesterday, 08:53 PM
    921847916393885697 raq Day- @iraq_day 2 hod. #BREAKING #Iraq counter terrorism units have crossed into Erbil province territory and control Erbil southern checkpoint. Aldin@aldin_ww 27 min. Arab village of Saad near Daquq, south Kirkuk, now abandoned by Peshmerga, every house demolished.
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    Yesterday, 08:28 PM
    Syrian Kurds Cut Secret Gas Deal With Russian Forces https://oilprice.com/Geopolitics/International/Syrian-Kurds-Cut-Secret-Gas-Deal-With-Russian-Forces.html In a move that surprised many observers of the ongoing war for Deir Ezzor province, the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) handed over one of Syria's largest gas fields to Russian forces on Thursday, possibly as the result of unprecedented direct talks between high ranking Russian officials and Kurdish leaders in Qamishli in northeastern Syria. Conoco gas plant (also locally called Al-Tabiya, which is the plant's main feeder field) lies on the eastern side of the Euphrates outside of Deir Ezzor city - which was recently liberated from ISIS
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    Yesterday, 08:17 PM
    Pro-Barzani militias behave like ISIS, destroy Iraqi bridges as they retreat https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/pictures-pro-bazani-militias-behave-like-isis-destroy-iraqi-bridges-retreat/ BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:10 P.M.) – In their retreat across northwest Iraq, pro-Barzani militias are carrying out the same kind of actions that the Islamic State is infamous for, destroying infrastructures that they cannot hold onto. Recently, Barzani regime forces destroyed two bridges that cross major rivers
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    Yesterday, 08:10 PM
    Netanyahu very upset with Iraqi forces capturing Kirkuk, takes action to reclaim oil https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/__trashed-3/ The Israeli head of state is currently lobbying world powers to take action against Haider Al-Abadi’s government and turn back the gains of Iraqi forces. Whilst it is highly unlikely that Baghdad will cease sending oil to Israel, the price for its purchase will undoubtedly go up to levels that Israel is traditionally uncomfortable with.
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    Yesterday, 07:49 PM
    Despite ISIS Surrender of Syria Al-Omar Oil Fields, Kurdish forces LOST 150 times more oil in Iraq https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/even-syrias-al-omar-oil-fields-kurdish-forces-lose-150-times-oil-iraq/ BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:30 P.M.) – For Syrian War observers, the capture of the Al-Omar oil fields by Kurdish militias might appear to be a strategic victory. Perhaps in Syria it is, but in the greater scheme of things throughout the region and in accordance statistical realities, this recent gain by Kurdish forces means very little at all.
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    Yesterday, 04:35 PM
    One of the reasons I love RPF is because of posts like yours Gumba. Well done. the other of course is Danke & company.
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    Yesterday, 04:15 PM
    The Legality of Seccession “Any people anywhere, being inclined and having the power, have the right to rise up, and shake off the existing government, and form a new one that suits them better. This is a most valuable - a most sacred right - a right, which we hope and believe, is to liberate the world.” -Abraham Lincoln 1848 “The South maintained with the depth of religious conviction that the Union formed under the Constitution was a Union of consent and not of force; that the original States were not the creatures but the creators of the Union; that these States had gained their independence, their freedom, and their sovereignty from the mother country, and had not surrendered these on entering the Union; that by the express terms of the Constitution all rights and powers not delegated were reserved to the States; and the South challenged the North to find one trace of authority in that Constitution for invading and coercing a sovereign State.-the one for liberty in the union of the States, the other for liberty in the independence of the States.” -John B Gordon Confederate General Reminiscences of the Civil War The right to self govern is maybe the most fundamental American right there is. It is what led to the revolution. America prior to 1860 maintained a confederation of sovereign states. These states were self governing and independent. The right to succession has been a fundamental right of sovereign states in American history. It has been more common of northern states in America prior to 1860, to discuss or threatened succession. Lincoln turned history on its head and declared the nation created the states and states had no right to leave the union. He also declared the entire people created the union.
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    Yesterday, 04:13 PM
    we need secession not to change the Constitution, but to restore it. We have not been under the Constitution since the civil war. This is a radically different Constitution and government we are under know, and since the war, compared to that of the founders. http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?511837-From-Union-to-Empire-The-Political-Effects-of-the-Civil-war
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    Yesterday, 03:32 PM
    All philosophical arguments are predicated on semantic arguments.
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    Yesterday, 01:57 PM
    The American Civil War The Last War Between Gentlemen “Strange that we are so friendly at one time, when in the next moment we may be attempting to draw each other’s life’s blood.” -Tally Simpson 3rd South Carolina Volunteers Something I love about the American civil war is what Sir Winston Churchill called “the last war between gentlemen.” Even though they were at war and trying to kill each other, they still held respect, honor and chivalry, in and out of battle. They also could be civil to each other even when in separate armies, it truly was a war between brothers. Here are some examples. Picketing “Were on the most friendly terms, amicably conversing and exchanging such composites as coffee, sugar, tobacco, cornmeal and newspapers. Bantering and joking together exchanging compliments of the day”
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    Yesterday, 12:06 PM
    It definitely seems to be happening… slowly but surely. And it is prophesied.
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North Carolina Governor Beverly Perdue vetos HB2 Health Care Freedom

by GunnyFreedom on 03-05-2011 at 06:05 PM
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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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