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Thane "Goldie" Eichenauer
Phoenix, Arizona, US, Earth
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Is there a state governor that is on the same page?
Toggle Commented Dec 26, 2017 on Voter Fraud Is Rampant at Page Nine
I read this far Alan.
Toggle Commented Dec 26, 2017 on Fix NICS, Cont'd. at Page Nine
You may find a PDF of the Mapp order at:
Toggle Commented Sep 30, 2017 on Orders Issued to Disarm... Everyone? at Page Nine
It appears that President Obama has signed this measure.
Toggle Commented Jan 15, 2015 on U.S. Senate may cancel the Superbowl at Page Nine
"Anyone who watches that video will see someone" What is the URL?
Thane "Goldie" Eichenauer is now following Laplacanancy
Aug 10, 2014
How about Ann Kirkpartrick and Kyrsten Sinema adopt a few Libertarian positions and earn away a couple of percent from libertarian leaning voters in 2014. Nah, that is crazy talk. They would probably prefer to lose the election rather that let someone label them as libertarian leaning. Forget I ever mentioned this.
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Redistribution is awful because it is a synonym for involuntary charity which not being voluntary is not charity at all. Unless an action is completely voluntary then redistribution will always and forever be a bad word as all people resent having their labor and property taken away from them by force.
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The tentacles are everywhere... They have their horrible tentacles into Ben Smith! Ben Smith!! First Buzzfeed next the LA Times... Oh the horror!!
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That's a pretty good article for those that take the time to read it. I would assume that _educating_ youth leads to better educated adults.
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Here is to hoping that the best candidate wins.
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I realize there are those that see the Koch Brothers behind every corner but I have a hard time finding the Cancer Treatment Centers of America in this picture...
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If Mark Kelly wants to lobby a private organization he can either join it or start his own group. Given that he has already started his own group he should promote his group and promote the ideals his group supports. The day he started his own group is the day he should stop giving the NRA advice via op-end.
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I say if John McCain is really worried for the good people in Syria that he make a pitch to his wife for plane tickets for refugees and put them up in a few of Cindy McCain's underutilized houses. Else he should sod off. Question: Can John McCain be trusted to have the same political position before an election and 6 months after an election? Answer: No he cannot.
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Why ever should Jeff Flake care what a given poll shows, be it created by PPP or any other company? The only poll that matters is election day. Everything between election days is political theater season. I don't agree that Flake's vote means that he lied "to a grieving mother who lost her son to gun violence". He may well still support background checks. He isn't obligated to vote for any plan that happens to include background checks. [Jeff Flake on Cuba embargo]
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You sound rather irked. Does the quote irk you because you dispute its truth or for some other reason?
1 reply "The Jim Crow laws were state and local laws in the United States enacted between 1876 and 1965. They mandated de jure racial segregation in all public facilities in Southern states of the former Confederacy, with, starting in 1890, a "separate but equal" status for African Americans." I oppose any government laws that either mandate or prohibit racial segregation (excepting government institutions and enterprises). Mandated racial segregation by government decree is a bad idea. Mandated racial integration by government decree is just as bad an idea. I oppose government butting into the realm of private association.
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The government certainly has the power to force private businesses to do business with people and to do so on terms that the government mandates (e.g. forced non-discrimination). I am merely asserting that it is a bad idea to do so.
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