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Insurance study ties legal pot to boost in car crash claims

(Free Republic Archived Retro Thread from 2002): Sneakypete Schools Freepers and Nopardons on Reality Of Bush Family As Statists/RINOs (and NOT "conservative")

Texas mom arrested after children die in hot car

How the CIA Turned Us onto LSD and Heroin: Secrets of America's War on Drugs

Supreme Court limits rights of property owners

Health Care Debate Exposed as a Fraud, Dems and Reps Just United to do Big Pharma's Bidding

The US Criminal “Justice System” is Devoid of Justice

How the Government Conditions Citizens to Obey

The Double Murder of Otto Warmbier

Thousands march at Paris Gay Pride to demand procreation for all

Actor Seth Rogen Mocks Man Who Was Stabbed 9 Times For Supporting Trump

Is Johnny Depp a Rich and Famous James T. Hodgkinson?

Crybaby Actor Who Played ‘Trump Assassin’ in Julius Caesar Play Says Pro-Trump Protesters Left Him ‘Sobbing’

Jessica Alba’s Honest Company Settles False Advertising Lawsuit for $1.5M

Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop gets criticized by NASA over 'healing stickers made with carbon material used to line space suits'

TSA agent caught stealing cash from luggage at Orlando International Airport

New form of carbon discovered that is harder than diamond but flexible as rubber

California Travel Ban May Keep Its Schools Out of Final Four, Football Championship

DHS John Kelly: Islamic Terrorists Are Sincere, So Regulate the Internet

What Police State? Undercover Cops Bust Teens for Selling Bottled Water

3600 Yard Shot HCR 375 CheyTac

Brooklyn threesome killer sobs behind bars over girlfriend’s deceit: ‘I threw my life away for a f---ing lie’

Americans Protest As DHS John Kelly Flip-Flops, Backs H-2B Visa Expansion

James Jaeger: New Documentary “Mainstream” on The Globalist Agenda in Movies

Jury awards man $870K after doctor removed the wrong testicle

Why the Government Fails at Welfare

Women can't revoke consent to sex once underway, NC law states

New York judge still rakes in $175K salary in jail

Former nurse suspected of killing up to 60 children

Rand Paul: Insurance should be available for $1 a day

Pro-Trump group to target GOP Sen. Heller over health care bill

Off-duty officer wounded by fellow cop in north St. Louis shootout

VIDEO: Biker Revs Engine, Drives Through Anti-Trump Activists Laying in the Street for a ‘Die-In’

Bernie Sanders Wife Facing Bank Fraud Charges

Ron Paul On "Enemies, Foreign And Domestic" And Liberty

The Over-Criminalization of American Life

Cops Trying to Kill a Dog, Kill Innocent Boy Who Tried to Save It Instead

Dashcam Footage Shows Minnesota Cop's 'Brutal Attack' On Asian Driver

Stevie Wonder: Can’t Say ‘Black Lives Matter’ When Blacks Are Killing Blacks

Robert Mueller Adopts Stalinist Tactics

Glastonbury 2017: Johnny Depp talks of Trump ‘assassination’

Months-Long Forensic Investigation Concludes Seth Rich ‘Likely Killed by Hired Killer’

Pamela Geller: The Coming Civil War

Canadian sniper's bullet flew for ten seconds at speed of 792mph: Soldier even had to account for the Earth's curvature as he killed jihadi from two miles away with shot so powerful it can hit a target through walls

MSNBC Analyst: Supporting Trump Like ‘Hugging A Suicide Bomber’ [VIDEO]

Man fresh out of coma commits suicide after learning Trump is President

Did Votes By Noncitizens Cost Trump The 2016 Popular Vote? Sure Looks That Way

Migrant Who Frequently Visited Kindergarten May Have Given Children Tuberculosis

Tesla car battery production releases as much CO2 as 8 years of gasoline driving

BUSTED: Here’s How Much “Socialist” Bernie Sanders Made Last Year…


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Are Syria's Chemical Weapons Iraq's Missing WMD? Obama's Director of Intelligence Thought So.
Post Date: 2017-04-10 14:02:06 by Tooconservative
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Who was the bigger liar on WMD? Bush or Obama? During the Bush administration, the popular protest refrain was “Bush lied, people died." It's true that a major justification for the Iraq war was eliminating Saddam Hussein's stockpiles of so-called weapons of mass destruction, a catch-all phrase for biological and chemical weapons, as well as ridding Iraq of attempts to start a nuclear program. Saddam Hussein previously used chemical weapons on the Kurds, so we know he had these weapons at some point. But they were nowhere to be found when we invaded.One popular theory for what happened to them is that they were smuggled into Syria. In 2003, none other than James ...

Saddam HusseinÂ’s CIA Interrogator Finally Reveals Truth About BushÂ’s Invasion of Iraq
Post Date: 2017-01-07 01:47:41 by Deckard
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Last month, former CIA analyst John Nixon made headlines when he asserted that while he was interrogating Saddam Hussein after the 2003 invasion, the dictator warned him that the U.S. would fail in Iraq. Now, Nixon has revealed yet another unsettling detail: the Bush administration knew they were going to take on Iraq on “day one” — before the 9/11 terror attacks even occurred. In fact, they viewed Iraq as “unfinished business,” according to the former analyst. (deployads = window.deployads || []).push({}); “We never really understood at that point what unfinished business meant, but we knew that they wanted to do something,” Nixon said in an interview ...

Ban Bolton, Giuliani
Post Date: 2016-11-15 21:49:01 by hondo68
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Interview with Rand Paul: ‘I Can’t Support Anybody to Be Our Secretary of State Who Didn’t Learn the Lesson of Iraq’For the libertarian-leaning senator, just about anybody would be better than John Bolton or Rudy Giuliani. Gage Skidmore/ZUMA Press/NewscomSen. Rand Paul implored President-Elect Donald Trump not to pick Rudy Giuliani or John Bolton to run the State Department and suggested he would be inclined to vote against their confirmation. In an interview with Reason, Paul described Bolton and Giuliani as representatives of "the most bellicose interventionist wing of any party" and the antithesis of the restrained foreign policy platform Trump ran on. The ...

Kasich Writes In John McCain For President
Post Date: 2016-11-01 19:05:55 by hondo68
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Ohio Gov. John Kasich (Andrew Burton/Getty Images) John Kasich stood by his word that he wouldn't vote for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. The Ohio governor instead wrote in Sen. John McCain on his absentee ballot Monday, news first reported by Cleveland.com. Kasich has been at odds with Trump since the summer. He didn't attend the GOP convention and said three weeks ago that he would not vote for Trump following the release of lewd comments he made in 2005. Kasich called Trump's comments disgusting and damaging to the Republican party. "This is not just a matter of what has happened within the last 24 hours. This is a matter of what's happened over the ...

Afghanistan: The Making of a Narco State
Post Date: 2016-08-27 04:14:01 by A Pole
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Helmand Province in southern Afghanistan is named for the wide river that runs through its provincial capital, Lashkar Gah, a low-slung city of shrubby roundabouts and glass-fronted market blocks. When I visited in April, there was an expectant atmosphere, like that of a whaling town waiting for the big ships to come in. In the bazaars, the shops were filled with dry goods, farming machinery and motorcycles. The teahouses, where a man could spend the night on the carpet for the price of his dinner, were packed with migrant laborers, or nishtgar, drawn from across the southern provinces, some coming from as far afield as Iran and Pakistan. The schools were empty; in war-torn districts, ...

George W. Bush: 'I'm worried that I will be the last Republican president'
Post Date: 2016-07-19 15:29:29 by Willie Green
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The 43rd president is concerned he may be the last Republican to win the White House.  "I'm worried that I will be the last Republican president," George W. Bush said in April, according to Politico.  He made the comment to about 1,000 people at a staff reunion in Dallas, which Politico called a "shadow convention" in its Tuesday report.  Bush's fears are shared by other Republicans who say the party's presumptive GOP nominee, Donald Trump, has pushed away Latinos with his plan for a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico. He has also called for an immigration ban against Muslims and an end to certain international trade deals.  As ...

Man fights to keep giant hogweed
Post Date: 2016-07-03 08:57:20 by Willie Green
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It’s not Chris Costanza the machinery of the state wants to squash like a bug.It’s his plants.Neighbors have complained to the authorities about his plants. The town of Irondequoit thinks they're dangerous. The state of New York wants badly to uproot them.Costanza doesn't care. He insists he has a very good reason to protect the plants that everyone else wants dead.“New York is kind of a nanny state,” he said. “It’s my land. If I want to have a giant hogweed growing there, I can have a giant hogweed growing there."Ah. Giant hogweed.Indeed, this state-versus-individual conflict is centered on Costanza’s right to grow giant hogweed, the ...

From the Ashes of the GOP, A New Chance for Liberty (Post Trump defeat: 2020 Hillary challenge)
Post Date: 2016-04-27 19:47:44 by hondo68
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With GOP Demise, The Time is Now for Lovers of Liberty to ActWith overwhelming victories in five states last night, Donald Trump seems all but guaranteed to become the Republican nominee for president. In spite of Hillary Clinton‘s general unpopularity, Trump appears poised to also lose in a massive landslide in November.The current outlook on a Clinton v. Trump electoral map, according to University of Virginia Professor and Political Scientist Larry Sabato. Nonetheless, many in the Republican Party remain intent upon preventing Trump from winning the nomination at the Republican National Convention in July. No matter the result, it becomes less likely every day that the Republican ...

Ron Paul: I couldn’t support Donald Trump as nominee (10X worse than Obama) [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2016-03-18 22:32:54 by hondo68
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Former Texas Rep. Ron Paul, father of Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., speaks in Richmond, Va., in this Nov. 4, 2013, file photo. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, File) Former Texas Rep. Ron Paul said Friday he couldn’t support GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump if Mr. Trump wins the party’s nomination, saying Mr. Trump’s views on the scope of executive authority could surpass those of President Obama.“No, I couldn’t do that,” Mr. Paul said on Fox Business Network when asked if he would support Mr. Trump, should the billionaire businessman win the GOP nomination. “He’s [the] opposite of a libertarian.” Mr. Paul, a three-time presidential candidate, said on ...

Pro-Trump PAC hires GOP veteran as strategist - Jesse Benton
Post Date: 2016-03-11 12:09:04 by hondo68
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Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally on March 7, 2016, in Madison, Miss. | AP Photo A pro-Donald Trump super PAC has tapped Jesse Benton, a veteran Republican operative with ties to Rand Paul and Mitch McConnell, to serve as its chief strategist. The move is the latest indication that the super PAC, dubbed Great America PAC, is developing into a serious organization — one looking to buttress Trump in the final stretch of the Republican primary and, potentially, the general election. "There is a growing movement behind Donald Trump, bringing new voters to the GOP in an unprecedented way,” Benton wrote in an email. “Great America PAC will help grow and harness ...

Republican debate: 5 things to watch - Trump, Cruz, Rubio meet in Texas
Post Date: 2016-02-25 19:09:50 by hondo68
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Story highlightsDonald Trump has won the last 3 states in a row. Will he go for the kill?Can Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz stop fighting each other long enough to hit Trump?Watch CNN's Republican debate live on Thursday at 8:30 p.m. ET.Houston (CNN)Everything's bigger in Texas -- and that's true of the stakes at CNN's Republican debate in Houston at 8:30 p.m. ET Thursday night, just days before Super Tuesday.Donald Trump will take center stage as the dominant front-runner, with three victories now under his belt. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are hoping to slow down the New Yorker's momentum and claim some wins of their own.Meanwhile, John Kasich is under pressure from some ...

Cruz and Beck Join Forces at Waterloo to Campaign (kiss of death)
Post Date: 2016-01-20 14:43:59 by hondo68
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Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty ImagesGlenn Beck lit into former Alaska governor Sarah Palin after her endorsement today of GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump. The radio host then announced that he would be joining Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) this weekend for a campaign rally in Waterloo, Iowa. Beck, who had a falling out with Palin a number of years ago that only became public last fall when he referred to her as a “clown” on his radio show, posted the following to his Facebook page today: Sarah Palin. Small Government, lower taxes, fewer regulations and the constitution? Not any more. Big government, bailouts, executive orders, not just abortion but partial birth abortion, nationalizing ...

Marco Rubio Praises Lindsey Graham, Attacks Rand Paul on National Security
Post Date: 2015-12-21 21:26:55 by hondo68
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Brian Snyder/ReutersSen. Marco Rubio greets diners at George's Diner in Meredith, N.H., Dec. 21, 2015. At a campaign stop in Rochester, New Hampshire, Marco Rubio passed judgment on two fellow senators for their records on national security, simultaneously praising Lindsey Graham and attacking Rand Paul. “I thought [Graham] was one of the most forceful voices on any of the debate stages about rebuilding our military. So, we will miss that on the campaign,” Rubio told reporters shortly after Graham announced he would be suspending his presidential campaign. Rubio was also asked whether he would be seeking Graham’s endorsement. “It’s probably premature to ask ...

Former Rand Paul advisers re-indicted (Kesari, Benton, Tate)
Post Date: 2015-11-20 17:49:02 by hondo68
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In this Wednesday, May 19, 2010 photo, Rand Paul, right, walks down a hallway in his campaign headquarters with advisor Jesse Benton. | AP Photo Two former advisers to Republican presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) were re-indicted by a federal grand jury in Iowa Friday, just weeks after a criminal trial that produced a muddled result. The new indictment names as defendants longtime Rand Paul advisers Jesse Benton and John Tate, as well a third man--Dimitrios Kesari, who served as deputy campaign manager on the 2012 presidential bid of Paul's father, Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas). Brian Darling, a former communications director for Rand Paul, put a positive face on the ...

Clinton Camp to Rand Paul: No, Hillary Is Not A (Rubio) Neo-Con
Post Date: 2015-11-07 12:54:34 by hondo68
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CHRIS MATTHEWS: So Rand Paul just called Hillary Clinton a neo-con... JENNIFER PALMIERI: Haha, Rand Paul... She has proven to be a very a—an incredibly effective, empathetic and consistent leader on foreign policy that has a – you know – already had a lot of presence in – and standing in the world. She had a proven ability as Secretary of State to bring people together— CHIRS MATTHEWS: Dove. Hawk. Where's Hillary? Somewhere in there? I think she's more hawkish. PALMIERI: She does not view the world as dove or a hawk. She views the world as what is the United States interest. What can we affect and improve and where can we be effective. Poster Comment: ...

Poppy Bush slams Rumsfeld and Cheney in new biography
Post Date: 2015-11-05 09:42:03 by Willie Green
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Former American President George HW Bush has publically criticised Dick Cheney and Donald H Rumsfeld, key members of his son's administration, in a biography due out next week.Mr Cheney, Mr Bush said, built "his own empire" and Mr Rumsfeld "served the president badly," US media report. Mr Bush also called Mr Rumsfeld "an arrogant fellow" with "swagger".Mr Cheney was vice-president and Mr Rumsfeld was defence secretary under George W Bush."I don't like what he did, and I think it hurt the president having [Mr Rumsfeld's] iron-ass view of everything," Mr Bush said, according to an article in The New York Times that cites the ...

Jeb Bush apologizes to France for workweek crack
Post Date: 2015-11-04 09:47:12 by Willie Green
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Jeb Bush's rebooted campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination included an apology to the French on Tuesday for making a joke about their work ethic. "I made the mistake of saying that the Congress operates on a French workweek,” Bush told reporters in a deadpan voice while campaigning in New Hampshire, according to Time magazine. "I really did a disservice to the French." During last week's debate among the Republican candidates, Bush had criticized one of his rivals, Florida Senator Marco Rubio, for missing votes, as well as Congress in general for working a three-day week. "I mean, literally, the Senate - what is ...

Ex-Congressman Tancredo Quits Republican Party Over Boehner Budget Deal (joins unaffiliated Independents, backs Cruz)
Post Date: 2015-11-02 22:13:39 by hondo68
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Calling the Boehner budget deal the "last straw," former Republican Congressman Tom Tancredo cited what he described as the GOP establishment's lack of concern on spending, immigration, and national sovereignty issues as reasons why he is parting ways with the party. Screenshot of Tom Tancredo from the YAFTV YouTube channel. Former U.S. Congressman from Colorado Tom Tancredo stated in a Breitbart op-ed on Friday that he is leaving the Republican Party.“After this week’s House GOP ‘budget deal,’ which betrays nearly every promise made to grassroots conservatives since 2010, I have decided it is time to end my affiliation with the Republican Party,” ...

Debate: RNC Gives Donald Trump Presidential Suite, Rand Paul Gets Bathroom
Post Date: 2015-10-27 23:19:31 by hondo68
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Chris LaCivita/Twitterby Alex Swoyer27 Oct 2015Boulder, CO0BOULDER, Colorado—The RNC divided up workspaces for each of the GOP presidential campaign staffs during Wednesday night’s GOP primary debate hosted by CNBC in Colorado—but the workspace for each campaign wasn’t quite equal, according to one Republican political consultant. Chris LaCivita, a senior aide for Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), took to Twitter to expose the varied spaces for different campaigns with “#thanksRNC” at the end of his posts. He posted a photo of the workspace for Donald Trump’s campaign versus the area assigned to Paul’s staff. It appears Paul has a restroom with a small dressing ...

Trump Doubles Down on Bush 9/11 Remarks: ‘They Did Know It Was Coming’
Post Date: 2015-10-20 12:25:22 by cranky
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On Tuesday’s “New Day” on CNN, Republican presidential front-runner defended his response aimed at his GOP opponent former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-FL), who had claimed in a debate earlier this month that the country was kept safe under former President George W. Bush. Trump in an interview with Bloomberg Television last week pointed out that the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks happened under the George W. Bush presidency, which he said refutes his younger brother’s claim the country was kept safe under George W. Bush’s watch. Trump doubled down on that claim on CNN and claimed they knew the 9/11 attacks were coming and “didn’t really work on it.” ...

Dubya dumps on Ted Cruz
Post Date: 2015-10-20 09:08:30 by Willie Green
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'I just don't like that guy,' the former president tells donors. Inside a sleek Denver condominium, George W. Bush let a hundred donors to his brother’s campaign in on a secret. Of all the rival Republican candidates, there is one who gets under the former president’s skin, whom he views as perhaps Jeb Bush’s most serious rival for the party’s nomination. It isn’t Donald Trump, whose withering insults have sought to make Jeb pay a political price for his brother’s presidency. It isn’t Marco Rubio, Jeb’s former understudy who now poses a serious threat to his establishment support. It’s George W. Bush’s former employee — ...

FLASHBACK: Jeb Bush Admitted ‘Leaky’ Immigration Led to 9/11
Post Date: 2015-10-19 14:01:10 by Don
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by Julia Hahn18 Oct 2015Washington D.C.3,220 Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush’s campaign is furious with 2016 GOP frontrunner Donald Trump over Trump’s comments that the 9/11 terrorist attacks happened on Bush’s brother former President George W. Bush’s watch. But a review of the basic facts of the situation—and Jeb Bush’s own writings—reveals that even the Bushes admit that “leaky” immigration enforcement was a major driving factor in leading to the terrorist attacks. While Trump has attacked Bush before—describing the candidate as “low energy”—this line of questioning represents a new level in the war as Trump soars over ...

Florida Senate candidate Augustus Sol Invictus admits to sacrificing a goat, drinking its blood
Post Date: 2015-10-09 00:42:04 by hondo68
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Florida Senate candidate Augustus Sol Invictus has admitted to two acts that you don’t normally hear about from politicians: sacrificing a goat, and then drinking its blood in a pagan ritual. Why? Well, the Libertarian Party’s candidate is also a devout follower of Thelema, and the sacrifice and blood ritual were intended to give thanks for a week of fasting and prayer Invictus had just spent in the Mojave Desert. Augustus Sol Invictus–he changed his given name to the current Latin phrase, which means “Majestic Unconquered Sun”–is a 32-year-old attorney from Orlando. His campaign biography says Invictus is a “community leader,” as well as a ...

Trump says he won't appear on Fox News (O'Reilly, Trump haters) [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2015-09-23 16:57:46 by hondo68
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Getty Citing unfair treatment, Donald Trump said Wednesday that he is not going to appear on any Fox News shows "for the forseeable future." ".@FoxNews has been treating me very unfairly & I have therefore decided that I won't be doing any more Fox shows for the foreseeable future," Trump tweeted. The Republican presidential candidate has devoted Monday and Tuesday nights this week to blasting the network's coverage of him on Twitter, tweeting and retweeting criticism. "I am having a really hard time watching Fox News," he wrote Monday night. I think @megynkelly should take another eleven day "unscheduled" vacation. — Donald J. ...

Donald Rumsfeld: George W. Bush Was Wrong About Iraq
Post Date: 2015-08-12 00:19:31 by redleghunter
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When it comes to the U.S.-led war in Iraq, hindsight continues to turn up its share of surprises. Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, one of the staunchest defenders of the Iraq war, said in an interview with the Times of London that his boss, former President George W. Bush, was wrong to try to create democracy onto Iraq. “The idea that we could fashion a democracy in Iraq seemed to me unrealistic. I was concerned about it when I first heard those words,” Rumsfeld said, adding, “I’m not one who thinks that our particular template of democracy is appropriate for other countries at every moment of their histories.” Click for Full Text!Poster Comment:My, ...

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