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Posted by monicaangela On Aug - 22 - 2014 6 COMMENTS
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Can we as citizens of this nation have an influence on policies that could help to alleviate some of the pain/strife that we see in this nation? Should we be trying to make this country/this world a better place or should we just be spectators?

Posted by AdLib On Aug - 22 - 2014 24 COMMENTS
Police Shooting Missouri

“These ISIS guys, they won’t be armed, right? I mean, we’re seasoned Ferguson cops, we’re used to dealing harshly with groups of unarmed enemies, we’re great at that.”

Posted by MurphTheSurf3 On Aug - 21 - 2014 25 COMMENTS
ISIS II

How to stop ISIS, a group too hardline even for al-Qaida, in control of $3 Billion, 30,000 men and a lot of captured U.S. arms, with minds and hearts focused on the creation of a Sunni Fundamentalist Caliphate, is emerging as a most important topic among world leaders.

Posted by AdLib On Aug - 19 - 2014 49 COMMENTS
bundy militia

Apparently, revolution and guns are only good things when in the hands of white people. Can you imagine what would be happening in Ferguson, MO right now if those protesting over the murder of Michael Brown openly carried rifles and hand guns in their protests?

Posted by MurphTheSurf3 On Aug - 18 - 2014 61 COMMENTS
Ferguson

Ferguson, Missouri, is a majority-black city governed and policed mostly by whites. The mayor is white. The police chief is white. The police force is 94 percent white. Only one of its six city council members is black. Ferguson, with a 67 percent black population, seem to defy electoral logic.

Posted by Nirek On Aug - 17 - 2014 8 COMMENTS
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If we had jobs that paid well and a minimum wage that was livable we would not have nearly as many problems. People would be busy doing their jobs and living their lives.

Posted by KillgoreTrout On Aug - 16 - 2014 66 COMMENTS
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In case you’re wondering, folks, mishigas is an alternate spelling of the Yiddish word “mishuga,” meaning crazy, silly, a bit daft, round the bend….etc. I thought, after such a week filled with depressing news, a little “mishigas,” might just be in store now. Pick your favorite tunes, by your favorite […]

Posted by AdLib On Aug - 15 - 2014 33 COMMENTS
satan vacation

When asked if it would strange to him, to be on vacation, Satan explained, “I am accustomed to being in horrific surroundings…so I booked a Carnival Cruise.”

Posted by AdLib On Aug - 13 - 2014 194 COMMENTS
ferguson-police

The militarization of police forces has turned them from a philosophy of protecting and serving the community to responding to even minor situations en masse with armored vehicles, military gear and combat uniforms complete with helmets and gas masks and we see an America that only used to live in dark science fiction stories.

Posted by Misterbadexample On Aug - 12 - 2014 15 COMMENTS
ocean pic

In one of his last interviews, Michael C Ruppert talks about Fukushima as a human extinction event–that the currents of the Pacific and the migratory habits of the fish make it inevitable that life-ending radiation would be spread throughout the world’s oceans.

Posted by AdLib On Aug - 11 - 2014 61 COMMENTS
Yazidis

What if ISIS was invading Jordan or Israel or even somewhere in Europe and on a genocidal march through the country, would President Obama be just as much of a hypocrite if he acted against them then? Are hypocrisy and conscience conditional based on what the latitude and longitude is of a terrorist-driven slaughter?

Posted by MurphTheSurf3 On Aug - 7 - 2014 32 COMMENTS
Kashkari On Street

GOP candidate for governor of California went to the city of Fresno to spend a week homeless and made this video about his experience. B.S. or commendable? 

Posted by Nirek On Aug - 6 - 2014 32 COMMENTS
McCain_at_Annapolis

What do you suppose he is hiding? Why is all the information about him classified? Was he treated differently than other POW’s? Why is he such a “hawk”?

Posted by MurphTheSurf3 On Aug - 5 - 2014 8 COMMENTS
gavel

John Boehner has had one goal during his Speakership: Keep the Speaker’s Gavel. That’s it. So he did what he had to do to get past last week’s Immigration Crisis vote to avoid a vote of confidence on his Speakership.

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