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    Today, 06:39 PM
    ^This. It's time to take back the liberty movement from the fearmongering. We won't give up liberty for security to fight terrorism or drugs but we will give it up to keep Jorge from cutting someone's lawn or Ghandi from designing a new linguistic algorithm? Either freedom works or it doesn't.
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    Today, 05:55 PM
    Oh it's much much worse than that. At one point the U.S. military was openly protecting the poppy fields.
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    Today, 02:24 PM
    I'm glad she finally pointed out how drugs can ruin your life. I guess it should be, the war on drugs can ruin your life.
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    Today, 12:19 PM
    Yes, it's called freedom. The More Government, the more laws and with each law we lose a little more freedom.
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    Today, 09:35 AM
    I wish it would be a clone of Jocelyn Elders. We need a surgeon general now more than ever before who would put the final nail in the coffin of the drug war. Hers was a message that the majority of Americans are finally ready to hear.
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    Today, 09:25 AM
    I may be the lone dissenter, but I think the surgeon general position is one of the few good things the government does. Smoking does cause cancer. It was the famous (infamous?) "Surgeon General's Warning" that finally got people to wise up and take note. I think that's a positive way to deal with health issues rather than going around and making bad stuff contraband like what happened with marijuana and other illegal drugs. Remember Jocelyn Elders? She was the surgeon general that got fired for making the painfully obvious observations that masturbation doesn't cause STD transmission and that if we ended the war on drugs that would most likely reduce crime, but we didn't know what the other ramifications were so it was at least worth studying. Conservatives had a hissy fit and so spaghetti spine Clinton fired her. But guess what? It turns out she was more right than she could have realized. After pot was decriminalized in Colorado, not only did crime go down, but pot smoking among teens went down. It's an obvious result when you think about it. Legalized pot put street pot dealers out of business. And legal pot dealers aren't going to, generally, risk their license to sell to kiddos. So legalize drugs. It's for the children! Oh yeah. And Portugal legalized freedom (simple possession of all drugs) just like Ron Paul said should happen. The money they spent on arresting, prosecuting and imprisoning users they now spend on treatment for those who want it. And ^that's why I can't stand "conservatives" any more than I can stand "liberals."
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    Today, 09:08 AM
    How inept of the cop, not to know the dog wasn't the man the woman had reported in her yard. Maybe she could have investigated the prowler, instead of calling the cops.
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    Today, 07:08 AM
    Yep, charity at gunpoint isn't really charity.
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    Today, 07:04 AM
    As if with our controlled media, we have fair free elections? -Rep
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    Today, 05:36 AM
    Ron Paul is, of course, 100% right. No libertarian should support the border wall. In fact we are losing as much liberty in the "war on immigration" that we are losing in the "war on drugs" or the "war on terror." The border zone is a "first amendment free zone." People are losing property to eminent domain. It's disgraceful to see libertarians line up behind this movement. The H1B visa situation shows this has nothing to do with crime or welfare.
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    Today, 05:33 AM
    I just realized something. This was the first Indian (as in India) Surgeon General. H1B Visa problem? :p
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    Today, 05:32 AM
    I'm confused. I thought it was understood that the new pres nominated a new surgeon general. I'm surprised this guy wasn't gone already. :confused:
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    Today, 05:24 AM
    This was also once very popular and well recognized. Ironically I was going to put up a parody of the Cleveland Indians, which was the Birmingham n*ggers, but the SJW autocensor at RPF wouldn't allow it. :p If you're so against political correctness why aren't you complaining about that? :confused: I agree that the name Redskins is offensive. And people are arguing about that too. Now here's something about free speech you and others don't seem to get. You have the right to say redskin or n*gger ( can't say n*gger at RPF apparently), use logos that others find offensive whether it is chief Whapahoo or some blackface minstrel, and I have a right to say I don't like it if I don't like it and the free market can decide the outcome. True personal story. When I was at an overwhelming majority white high school in the 1980s, the confederate flag was very popular. Being greatly outnumbered I decided to make peace with what they called their "Southern Heritage." Once one of my friends even said "I know it would have been bad for you...but we could have won the war if.." :rolleyes: I was also a major computer geek at the time. Once in the computer lab I saw another boy using a graphics program to draw a swastika. I was like "Why the hell are you doing that?" His response? "My ancestors are German. This is part of my heritage." I started to respond, then realized how stupid it was for me to be upset about a symbol that was used in the oppression of Jews (and yes I know that originally the swastika is a Buddhist symbol), while I gave the confederate flag a pass. Now I don't go around railing against the confederate flag (or the swastika for that matter) but I understand the rationale behind those that do and defend their first amendment right to express their viewpoint. Same with the Cleveland Indians logo. It's obvious why some people find it offensive. The Minnesota Vikings logo was not designed to be something to be laughed at. The Cleveland Indians logo was clearly designed to be something to be laughed at just like blackface was designed to be something to be laughed at. And just to show I'm not an SJW, here's a version of the Birmingham N*ggers that will get through RPF's SJW autocensor. Be sure and download it, make a t-shirt of it, and where it proudly through South Central LA to show how anti SJW you are.
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    Today, 02:16 AM
    I have to disagree, there is nothing whatsoever wrong with that logo, it has never been an issue until all of this pathetic SJW silliness began cropping up on school campuses and universities across America. The Indians' logo is intended to be a fun, friendly representation of Native Americans and what MLB is itself representative of--it is not an insult or punch at them. The Indians' logo is and has been one of the most popular and recognized baseball logos--even making cinematographic appearances in Major League and Major League II. And let us face the reality, the Indians' logo is in now way damaging their reputation as the federal government historically has, relegating a once independent, spiritual warrior people into dime-slot casino pimps and substance abusing mobile-home reservationists. Oh yea, and where is the outrage for how blatantly how in your face this one is (the name itself is even derogatory):
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    Today, 01:46 AM
    Seems that he has exposed an inherent flaw in the design of the field.
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    Today, 01:16 AM
    I am going to buy and convert that empty lot adjacent to your home into a chicken farm and butchery, it is going to be noisy, stinky, with lots of commercial traffic coming and going carting off poultry and bio-hazards, your home life is going to become unbearable, so you will demand for me to move, I will tell you deal with it or move elsewhere yourself, you will want to sue me for damages and will go to the government's courts for assistance--then I shall laugh at your hypocrisy.
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    Please stop trying to "out" Erowe1. Let it go.
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    At least until every county or so willingly decided to submit to Christ, which I think will happen eventually because I'm a postmillennialist.
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    I wish things were a lot more local too. I'm really not looking for a country of 300 million at all. I think that's too big. Those who didn't want to live by Christian law could live somewhere else and choose God's judgment over his blessings.
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    And while I do believe the BIble requires civil authorities to punish homosexuality, and with death as the maximum penalty, I don't think it would be legitimate even for the government to just round up people in a gay bar.

    My reasons on the bearing arms bit are much closer to yours (resistance against tyranny.)
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    To be perfectly clear, I absolutely oppose vigilantism. I know you were joking around but I just want you to be clear on where I stand.
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    Will you kindly give a tongue lashing to the racist of the board, AmericanSpartan? Thank you. I'd like to see it.
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    And when the Gentiles heard this, they began rejoicing and glorifying the word of the Lord, and as many as were appointed to eternal life believed.
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How Ron Paul could smack down Iran critics

by jmdrake on 05-15-2013 at 08:34 AM
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Ron needs to quit playing defense and go on offense. It's not enough to say "the Soviet Union was worse than Iran." If he could point out the following documented facts it would shut the naysayer up for good or at least make them back-peddle.

1) In 2003 Iran was the only Muslim country to help us fight and remove the Taliban from power.

See: Jane's Defense Weekly India joins anti-Taliban coalition. "India is believed to have joined Russia, the USA

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The new bill of rights.

by jmdrake on 05-15-2013 at 08:33 AM
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This parody is an attempt to "rewrite" the bill of rights in keeping with the current application by our criminal government. Original text will be in italics followed by a list of possible options.

Amendment I

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government

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Federal Reserve advised gold standard for Russia

by jmdrake on 05-15-2013 at 08:32 AM
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I ran across this information by accident (providence?) while looking for something else. The first link is an essay from Jude Wanniski who went with fed governor Wayne Angell to Moscow right after the collapse of the soviet union. Note that Angell advocated the new Russia to go to a gold backed currency! The second link is an online Google book from the Mises institute that talks about the same essay. I've excerpted the essay bellow. (It's too long to post directly). It's interesting to note

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Washington Post 2002 : The U.S. pushed jihad on Afghan schoolchildren.

by jmdrake on 09-13-2011 at 01:15 PM
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From U.S., the ABC's of Jihad
Violent Soviet-Era Textbooks Complicate Afghan Education Efforts

By Joe Stephens and David B. Ottaway
Washington Post Staff Writers
Saturday, March 23, 2002; Page A01

In the twilight of the Cold War, the United States spent millions of dollars to supply Afghan schoolchildren with textbooks filled with violent images and militant Islamic teachings, part of covert attempts to spur resistance to the Soviet occupation.

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