Finally. Sandy Hook instills some empathy.posted by Gale Wallis (bareboards2) 9 years 1 month 1 week ago • 1,439 views • 10:42
We are fooling ourselves. That the law could allow even an inflamed lunatic to easily acquire murderous weapons and not expect murderous consequences. Fooling ourselves that the second amendment’s guarantee... continue readingposted by truth-is-the-nemesis 9 years 6 months 1 week ago • 2,518 views • 5:18
"Have you considered the possibility that God does not like you, he never wanted you, in all probability he hates you. That's not the worst thing that can happen."posted by alien_concept 9 years 11 months 1 week ago • 3,506 views • 6:01
This is what the Republican Party bows to. YouTube Description: "Stop raping people!" Video by Emily Crockett (@emilycrockett) of Campus Progress: http://campusprogress.org/articles/exclusive_video_andrew_breitbart... continue readingposted by Boise_Lib 9 years 11 months 2 weeks ago • 1,521 views • 1:27
"In a first step to reform the money in politics, House Democrats are reintroducing the DISCLOSE Act today to get unlimited, secret donations out of politics. The Supreme Court's decision in Citizens United... continue readingposted by Warren E. Hale (MrFisk) 9 years 11 months 3 weeks ago • 2,395 views • 47 secs
OOOOhh, la, don't these boys wish there weren't video on this moments!posted by Gale Wallis (bareboards2) 9 years 11 months 3 weeks ago • 2,544 views • 1:52
By Jerry Markon and Alice Crites, Friday, January 27
Ron Paul, well known as a physician, congressman and libertarian , has also been a businessman who pursued a marketing strategy that included publishing provocative, racially charged newsletters to make money and spread his ideas, according to three people with direct knowledge of Paul’s businesses.
The Republican presidential candidate has denied writing inflammatory passages in the pamphlets from the 1990s and said recently that he did not read them at the time or for years afterward. Numerous colleagues said he does not hold racist views.
But people close to Paul’s operations said he was deeply involved in the company that produced the newsletters, Ron Paul & Associates, and closely monitored its operations, signing off on articles and speaking to staff members virtually every day.
“It was his newsletter, and it was under his name, so he always got to see the final product. . . . He would proof it,’’ said Renae Hathway, a former secretary in Paul’s company and a supporter of the Texas congressman.
The newsletters point to a rarely seen and somewhat opaque side of Paul, who has surprised the political community by becoming an important factor in the Republican race. The candidate, who has presented himself as a kindly doctor and political truth-teller, declined in a recent debate to release his tax returns, joking that he would be “embarrassed” about his income compared with that of his richer GOP rivals.
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Yet more bullshitposted by alien_concept 1 decade 3 months ago • 863 views • 4:42
Speech from Oct-21, 2011. Whats the motivation for this withdrawal? need the troops to restrain americans in new york? election coming up, might try to stick with one promise?posted by deathcow 1 decade 3 months 1 week ago • 1,295 views
Part 1 of 3. Links to parts 2 and 3 in comments.posted by garmachi 1 decade 4 months ago • 2,135 views