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    Today, 08:27 AM
    Amash sounds a lot like Ron Paul there.
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    Yesterday, 12:26 PM
    I think it's smaller than that. Looks like one of these to me. https://northamericanarms.com/shop/firearms/naa-22lr/
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    Yesterday, 09:56 AM
    See how much simpler this position is than the Breitbart paradigm?
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    Yesterday, 09:44 AM
    The whole point of the institution of the state is to have a double-standard wherein a government can be set up that doesn't have to follow the same laws as its subjects. I do get what belian78's getting at. It's a given that handouts from any relief bill will be given out in some kind of order with some recipients coming before others, and politicians and bureaucrats rewarding the interest groups that empower them. Stating that obvious fact isn't headline-worthy though. So Breitbart has to point of the criterion of race so as to play into the fragility of whites who can't let go of a constant sense of victimhood and hype this up as something dramatic and more unconscionable than whatever other boring sounding and less headline-worthy criteria of cronyism would have otherwise been used. Breitbart audiences aren't as interested in opposing relief bills in general as they are in opposing relief bills that fail to put whites at the front of the line. This kind of red meat article helps shore up the Team Red versus Team Blue mentality that Breitbart profits from.
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    Yesterday, 06:15 AM
    That is a good question. Why would we do that? Who would pay us as much as it would take for how ever many of us there are to spend so much time on a website with such little traffic and impact? To what end? And why is it that every position I ever take here is supportive of the site mission? You'd think that if the people paying me wanted people at RPF to support the mission it already has they could just sit back and let those who are so inclined do so for free at precisely the place where their views are most welcome. You may also believe that Ron Paul himself is controlled opposition if you think I am. But then, if that's the case, then which one of us would that make a troll at this particular website?
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    Yesterday, 05:51 AM
    Tell us some of the success stories you have about all the times you used this method and stopped commies.
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    05-05-2021, 12:37 PM
    Yes. All those things make him more likely to occupy the WH again, not less. That's how elections are won. I'm not saying I think he'll win. But the points you raise don't make it any less likely.
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    05-05-2021, 07:48 AM
    ..
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    05-05-2021, 07:24 AM
    What are some of the specific articles that he had to remove?
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    05-05-2021, 05:55 AM
    Kanye West? That's the only candidate from a new party that I heard anything about in 2020.
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    05-05-2021, 05:47 AM
    Remember when De Santis and Noem endorsed Ron Paul in 2008 and 2012? Neither do I.
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    05-05-2021, 05:44 AM
    Something to consider about the way you're using these stats. When you identify being young as a crucial factor, that's not necessarily the case (at least not proven by the graphs you show). Keep in mind that older people are much more susceptible than younger people are to die of many other causes. It's possible that they could be killed by police just as often, but that the percent of all deaths of their age group from that cause would still be much lower, whereas with younger people it's higher because so few of them die from those things that are killing older folks. You're probably right that people in the 20-35 age range get killed by police more often than those over 50. But the top graphs don't actually establish that. A graph that would be more useful in proving or disproving your claim about age would be one that shows number of police killings per every 1,000,000 people per age group per year or something like that.
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    05-05-2021, 05:37 AM
    Possibly. If someone keeps track of what he removes from his site, that would help test that hypothesis. But what part of post #2 or anything else I've said in this thread contradicts that?
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    05-04-2021, 02:22 PM
    Because he's removing from his site things that he has said.
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    05-04-2021, 01:15 PM
    Nothing aside from the fact that Democrat governors won't sign the bill.
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    05-04-2021, 12:53 PM
    But Trump won Florida already with the old law.
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    05-04-2021, 12:43 PM
    Hopefully someone will keep track of what he removes specifically. The removed articles will have certain things in common that may help put the pieces together of which things he's said that are getting him into trouble.
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    05-04-2021, 12:28 PM
    As we've seen though, you can beat Trump with a candidate who can't do that too. Trump's followers are zealous, that's true. But there aren't enough of those zealous Trump followers to win a nationwide election. He needs the votes of a lot of normal people who don't have that enthusiasm for him. And for every one person who loves Trump, there are two that hate him and will vote for the other guy just to see Trump lose.
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    05-04-2021, 10:22 AM
    You guys are trying to beat a man at his own game. You can't win. There is absolutely nothing Trump can ever do that dannno is not capable of spinning a different way. Every time you point out a way that his explanation defies reason, he will divert to something else. The more ridiculous he becomes, the more satisfied he is with himself over it. If you are hoping for some kind of resolution here where he says any variation of, "Good point," then he will have you entangled in his web of hypotheses for the rest of your lives before you ever achieve that.
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    05-04-2021, 06:48 AM
    What are some ways we've seen that in actual practice? I know that every once in a while we see a Republican governor try to toss some red meat to the states rights crowd, but it seems to me that it's always all talk and no action.
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    05-03-2021, 04:57 PM
    There seem to be differing opinions on which faction here constitutes the trolls.
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    05-03-2021, 04:46 PM
    I don't think it's necessary that anyone in particular run against him. But whether any good candidates do that or not, the important thing is that we at this website do our part to oppose him again.
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    05-03-2021, 04:44 PM
    This poll shouldn't be anonymous. We should get to see who the trolls are.
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    05-01-2021, 11:53 AM
    Seems like he's on a trajectory toward becoming a priest.
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    04-30-2021, 08:43 AM
    Almost all of them are willing to go about it legally. The ones who resort to doing it illegally generally do so because quotas and other restrictions prevent them from being able to do it legally. If they could do it legally they would, and then they would be among that number of legal immigrants who bring the kinds of benefits to this country that the OP mentions. But I find that often, when people pretend that it's not immigration in general that they oppose but only illegal immigration, and this point is brought up, it turns out that they don't like the idea of letting those who come here illegally come legally instead, and it really is immigration in general that they oppose after all. It's true that not all immigrants are the same. But that distinction between them that's created by arbitrary lines drawn by laws made up by corrupt politicians isn't a good index for those differences.
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    04-30-2021, 08:40 AM
    That poor guy. Did the guy who made and posted the video reveal his own identity? Or just that of his victim?
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    04-30-2021, 08:02 AM
    Some encouraging things to consider from Jeffrey Tucker: https://www.aier.org/article/the-anti-lockdown-movement-is-large-and-growing/
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    04-30-2021, 06:45 AM
    I'm sure you're right about them being legal. But I don't see why the distinction between legal and illegal as defined by manmade immigration laws is important. In fact, if anything, for someone who accepts the premise that having legal immigrants come here and start more businesses and create more jobs is an economically good thing, that is a point in favor of reducing existing immigration restrictions so that more immigrants can come here as legal immigrants. That person should see the large numbers of illegal immigrants and, instead of wanting them not to be here at all, want them to be here as legal immigrants so they can start more businesses.
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    04-30-2021, 06:42 AM
    I think you need a realignment, when it comes to your concept of left versus right. But that also highlights how useless those terms are. At any rate, which person is the troll "we" don't need here? The one who speaks in consistent support of this mission statement, and the policies of the person this website is named after? Or the one who comes here to mock those things?
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    04-30-2021, 06:36 AM
    1. Worked to accomplish what though? Postponing the inevitable? You can't keep a whole country quarantined forever. Eventually, the virus will infect it, and it will spread until herd immunity is attained. And in the mean time, the quarantine not only stops the spread of that one virus across their borders, but other infectious diseases as well, weakening the population's immune system, and just setting them up for a future enhanced susceptibility to multiple illnesses sweeping through their land, like history has seen happen so many times to people groups who had been kept separate from others. Prior to last year, when an uninterrupted flood of pro-lockdown propaganda has been convincing people that this kind of response to pandemic is scientific, it was actually the scientific mainstream to oppose such measures. 2. Worked at what cost? Shutting down borders is no small thing. The travel restrictions Trump imposed came at an enormous economic cost. I haven't looked into what they did to Iceland's or New Zealand's economy, but it can't possibly have been good. All to get no real long term benefit. 3. To the extent that travel restrictions did accomplish anything in countries like Iceland and New Zealand, you really can't compare the situations in those two island countries with relatively low populations, who imposed those restrictions before the virus had an uncontainable presence there, with the USA which has so many more ways in, so many more international travelers (including its own citizens) to worry about, and in which the virus already had an uncontainable foothold from which it was bound to spread through the population before the travel restrictions were put in place.
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