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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 06:29 AM
    Franzia works, too. I have a sip just about every day and I've never had a superbug.
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Today, 06:26 AM
    Somebodies gotta pay...
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    Today, 06:03 AM
    At least 35 arrested after Trump rally in San Diego http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/05/28/at-least-35-arrested-after-trump-rally-in-san-diego.html?intcmp=hpbt1 At least 35 people were arrested Friday as confrontations between protesters and authorities boiled over following a rally from the presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in San Diego, police said. Trump delivered a speech inside the San Diego Convention Center as more than 1,000 protesters representing various opposition groups demonstrated outside the venue, Fox 5 San Diego reported. Before Trump’s speech, the demonstrations outside were mostly peaceful. However, the protests escalated and several confrontations took place as the rally ended and the crowds inside the convention center spilled outside.
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    Today, 06:00 AM
    We-bee's owe'n her sumpthin'........ Damn it!
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    Today, 05:58 AM
    That semi-literate broad is a representative? "Axe our chil'ren" :rolleyes: For heavens sake at least learn to speak coherently if you're going to voice objection.. Scary thing is she's quite likely the most intelligent and articulate member of her constituency......:eek:
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  • NorthCarolinaLiberty's Avatar
    Today, 12:05 AM
    I think those were the only states issuing documents of that type. All the states issued documents declaring secession, but really did not allude to causes like these four. There were four states that seceded after the start of the war, citing Lincoln's actions as cause. These states were a mixed bag of Unionists, Democrats, etc. Arkansas was putting off it's vote until they declared a special session after April 12, the start of the war. Virginia also declared secession shortly after this date. A state like North Carolina was really caught in the middle. It would have been difficult for them to side with Unionists when Virginia seceded because they would have been geographically cut off. Lincoln also declared soldiers as treasonous in places like Kentucky, a state that tried to stay neutral. Lincoln's aggressive action forced the hand of a lot of people who were more ambivalent. Anyway, not to sound overly academic or something, but just pointing out that some states took action, in large part, because of an aggressive Lincoln who greedily would not let the South go and escalated with violence.
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    Yesterday, 11:13 PM
    Looks like a good card to me, but that's JMHO. :D :cool: Place yer bets, predictions, etc here.
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  • NorthCarolinaLiberty's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:12 PM
    Based on what? :confused:
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    Yesterday, 11:07 PM
    Guess the audience and panel were trying to take the high road, but it was a little embarrassing when pretty boy and the host didn't at least take their microphone back from that little Marmoset. Oh well, that's what happens when you leave the gate open at the zoo.
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    Yesterday, 10:37 PM
    FDA document admits vaccines are linked to autism by Mike Adams I've just posted a new video detailing the discovery of a vaccine document on the FDA's own website that openly admits vaccines are linked to autism. This document, an insert sheet for the Tripedia vaccine, openly admits to the vaccine being linked to "idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, SIDS, anaphylactic reaction, cellulitis, autism, convulsion/grand mal convulsion, encephalopathy, hypotonia, neuropathy, somnolence and apnea." Read more: http://www.naturalnews.com/053469_vaccines_autism_FDA_documents.html
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:29 PM
    Buddhism and Eastern Asceticism Compared to Orthodox Christian Asceticism By Archimandrite Zacharias of Essex It is unfortunate that there is widespread confusion, not to mention delusion, in the inexperienced, whereby the Jesus Prayer is thought to be equivalent to yoga in Buddhism, or ‘transcendental meditation’, and other such Eastern exotica. Any similarity, however, is mostly external, and any inner convergence does not rise beyond the natural ‘anatomy’ of the human soul. The fundamental difference between Christianity and other beliefs and practices lies in the fact that the Jesus Prayer is based on the revelation of the One true living and personal God as Holy Trinity No other path admits any possibility of a living relationship between God and the person who prays. Eastern asceticism aims at divesting the mind of all that is relative and transitory, so that man may identify with the impersonal Absolute. This Absolute is believed to be man’s original ‘nature’, which suffered degradation and degeneration by entering a multiform and ever-changing earth-bound life. Ascetic practice like this is, above all, centered upon the self, and is totally dependent on man’s will. Its intellectual character betrays the fullness of human nature, in that it takes no account of the heart. Man’s main struggle is to return to the anonymous Supra-personal Absolute and to be dissolved in it. He must therefore aspire to efface the soul (Atman) in order to be one with this anonymous ocean of the Suprapersonal Absolute, and in this lies its basically negative purpose. In his struggle to divest himself of all suffering and instability connected with transient life, the eastern ascetic immerses himself in the abstract and intellectual sphere of so-called pure Existence, a negative and impersonal sphere in which no vision of God is possible, only man’s vision of himself. There is no place for the heart in this practice. Progress in this form of asceticism depends only on one’s individual will to succeed. The Upanishads do not say anywhere that pride is an obstacle to spiritual progress, or that humility is a virtue. The positive dimension of Christian asceticism, in which self-denial leads to one’s clothing with the heavenly man, to the assumption of a supernatural form of life, the Source of which is the One True, Self-revealing God, is obviously and totally absent. Even in its more noble expressions, the self-denial in Buddhism is only the insignificant half of the picture. In the mind’s desire to return to its merely ‘natural’ self, it beholds its own nakedness in a ‘cloud of divestiture’. But at this point there is a grave risk of obsession with itself, of its marvelling at its own luminous but created beauty, and worshipping the creature more than the Creator (Rom. 1:25). The mind has by now begun to deify or idolize its self and then, according to the words of the Lord, ‘the last state of that man is worse than the first’ (Matt. 12:45).
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  • donnay's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:26 PM
    http://traceamounts.com/ten-lies-told-about-mercury-in-vaccines/
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  • cajuncocoa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:46 PM
    How do you do that, LE? How can you recognize a person's religion at some checkpoint? Tell me.
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  • cajuncocoa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:30 PM
    Of course! We're all for limited government, dontcha know. ;)
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  • cajuncocoa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:29 PM
    What didn't last long? lol
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  • cajuncocoa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:28 PM
    Oh yes. It's coming.
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  • cajuncocoa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:27 PM
    All different from saying we're going to restrict people because of their religion. I don't know why that's so hard to understand.
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    Yesterday, 09:12 PM
    People on this forum are against bills they didn't read all the time. How many people here have read the patriot act? Probably zero. For all you know, it might be a great bill.
    24 replies | 477 view(s)
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