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  1. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard: Russia Must Face Consequences for Continued Aggression in Ukraine

  2. Liberals, you need to get armed. NOW.

    Trump's impeachment is coming. When it happens a lot of you are going to die when enraged Conservative militias come out of their rural hell holes and start hunting down the Democrats, people of color, and so-called "white traitor libtards" who helped bring this orange clown down.

    I warned you back in 2012 that you needed to stand up for yourselves, and no one listened. Now seven years and a dozen right wing mass shootings later, people still aren't listening. But people ...
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  3. Who the hell is this guy and why does he want to talk Politics?

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    In the age of identity politics, I guess I should start out by saying I am a 60 year old cis gendered, politically conservative white male. With those 12 words, most of the people on the left will presume to tell you all about my beliefs and for good measure throw every "ism”, “ist" or "phobe" they can think of my way. What a world we all must navigate these days.

    ...and I thought 2016 was bad.


    Updated 10-11-19 at 03:13 PM by Cfscott

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  4. Witch Hunts, Court of Public Opinion, and Defending the Indefensible.

    I often get the question “How can you defend the indefensible,” or in other words “How can you defend an ‘obviously’ guilty person?” But that question assumes that allegations of guilt are automatically true, and a Defense Attorney is always trying to prove someone is innocent.

    In our society we have a legal presumption of innocence until proven guilty in criminal cases, and it is the job of the State through a Prosecutor to prove guilt. The burden of proof is “beyond a reasonable ...

    Updated 10-15-19 at 12:16 AM by Captain Adverse

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  5. Free Speech - it is not for the faint of heart

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    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 for a redress of grievances.

    Our founding fathers thought this was important enough to make it the very first amendment to the Constitution. I think it becomes more apparent everyday the wisdom of ...
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