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, Roseanne Barr, went on a vitriolic and racist Twitter rant

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Miraculously a somewhat overweight celebrity has someone accurate world view horrendously band and gag from speaking out about said view because it would make anyone somewhere slowly and comfortable there for news place is going crazy don't do any real research on what's really going on in the world and you know that's just a big f****** you story evidently so f*** your expectations this is what's important don't be tension anything else something something something something is real
lol ugly FATASS jew got BTFO...thanx to allah for this joy
>Imagine if Sam Kinison were still alive...
His ideas are alive and well, Europe started moving the starving africans to where the food is years after his death.
Roseanne is an enemy of the Elite, the 13 richest families in the world that collectively control the Central Banks and the Federal Reserve

People like this are just sitting ducks, as soon as they make a comment that can be construed as racist the media, owned by the families crucifies them and makes it look 2000x worse than it is.

If she wasnt saying things in interviews "MK Ultra rules in Hollywood." She wouldnt be a target.
roseanne is a FATASS jew who is part of the elite...she might fool retards like you into thinking shes a conservative...Thats why i'm so happy she destroyed her career before she became some phony conservative icon

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17 people have died out of 18 known infections in the state of Kerala in Southern India a few weeks ago. Current quarantine of 1400 people in their homes.
A deadly virus, spread to humans from contact with infected bats, pigs, or other people. Eating raw fruit with saliva from contaminated fruit bats is a common infection vector.
Headaches, fever, drowsiness, disorientation, confusion.
Survivors may have persistent shaking and personality changes. The virus may remain dormant following exposure, and reactivate years later.
Identified 1998-1999 among pig farmers from Kampung Sungai Nipah village in Malaysia. Of those 300 infections, 100 died.
No vaccine. No treatment protocol.
Unless you're a ferret.


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Hinamizawa syndrome is real
Nipahchan when
Too much meat on Earth. Gaia is fighting back.
we must rid this land of millennials


A solider stole an armored personnel carrier from a Virginia National Guard base and led authorities on more than a 60-mile chase while under the influence of drugs before being arrested in the state's capital city on Tuesday, officials said.

Virginia State Police said in a news release the incident began around 7:50 p.m., when the armored personnel carrier was driven away from Fort Pickett in Nottoway County. The military vehicle, which moves on tracks similar to a tank, was not equipped with any weaponry and is the property of the Virginia National Guard.

Police identified the driver as 29-year-old Joshua Philip Yabut of Richmond, and said he was arrested for driving under the influence of drugs in addition to being charged with felony counts of eluding police and unauthorized use of a vehicle.

After being stolen from Fort Pickett, state police said the personnel carrier was driven east on Route 460 and then north on Interstate 95, hitting a maximum speed of about 40 mph as authorities pursued the vehicle.

The Virginia National Guard said in a news release that Yabut is a first lieutenant assigned as the commander of the Petersburg-based Headquarters Company, 276th Engineer Battalion, and has more than 11 years of service. The 29-year-old was deployed to Afghanistan from 2008 to 2009 with the Illinois National Guard.

While the vehicle was not equipped with any weapons, Yabut did have his personal weapon with him, which had "no ammunition," according to the officials.

“We are extremely grateful that there were no injuries as a result of this incident, and we appreciate the great work of the Virginia State Police, Richmond Police Department and other law enforcement and first responders who safely brought this situation to a close,” Maj. Gen. Timothy P. Williams, the Adjutant General of Virginia, said in a news release.
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from his twitter:
>“all i wanna do is get an anime wife”

>“wow i think i just discovered a large illegal spy operation in the us government”

>“wutang clan ain’t nothin to f--- wit booiiiiiiii”

i like this guy
our guy and or soon to be hero
>“all i wanna do is get an anime wife”
dont we all...
I was in the fan when it happened, drinking outside. That thing rolled right passed my friends and I. Confused looks all around. Made for a funny night. It just xoudlnt believe how far he actually drove it. And got on 95 with it.
Crazy fucker.
" officer I can explain, I thought I was playing world of tanks."

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The president has declared a trade war on all Canadians!
Death to the leaf!

>Following through on his vow to aggressively confront other nations on trade, President Donald Trump on Thursday announced 25 percent tariffs on steel and 10 percent tariffs on aluminum imported from Europe, Mexico and Canada would go into effect tonight, drawing immediate retaliation from Mexico, trade threats from Europe, and expressions of disgust from Republicans in the Congress.

>The United States and its traditional allies are on the brink of a full-scale trade war after European and Canadian leaders reacted swiftly and angrily to Donald Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminium producers.

>The president of the European commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, promised immediate retaliation after the US commerce secretary, Wilbur Ross, said EU companies would face a 25% duty on steel and a 10% duty on aluminium from midnight on Thursday.
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>now waging 4 different trade wars on 4 different countries
you make it sound like we have boots on the ground in 4 different countries looting and burning retail stores and a navy blockading ports of commerce.
theres literally just some tarriff's going around and some countries are getting butthurt about it and enacting their own tariffs.
This may or may not be in the US best interest in the long run, who knows, its all speculation at this point but at least its an effort to save dying industry in US
>America drops two nukes and never again in anger
>Multiple tests, but stopped more than 50 years ago
>Inevitably shithole countries have been getting uppity
>No one believes America has the sack to drop the big one
>Nuclear deterrence, by extension, becomes moot

Dropping a nuke and glassing a shithole would re-establish the fact that "We have a bigger button and it works"

It would actually reign in a period of peace unlike the world has ever known.
>Dropping a nuke and glassing a shithole would re-establish the fact that "We have a bigger button and it works"
>It would actually reign in a period of peace unlike the world has ever known.
only if obama did it. if trump does it he will face international condemnation
canada isn't going to declare war on us because we declare a trade war on them.
they'll probably just reduce trade with us and form a trade bloc with more favorable terms for mexico and europe.
Fuckin pussy ass leafs


>LOUISVILLE — Bell County high school student and valedictorian Ben Bowling wanted to share some words of wisdom with his graduating class, but there was a twist that no one saw coming.

>"This is the part of my speech where I share some inspirational quotes I found on Google," Bowling said in his speech. "'Don't just get involved. Fight for your seat at the table. Better yet, fight for a seat at the head of the table.' — Donald J. Trump."

>The crowd burst into applause.

>"Just kidding," Bowling said. "That was Barack Obama."
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Not just that; GDP growth was even faster for brief periods under Obama, and that's before we had a tax cut that's inevitably going to rob the next generation blind.

Unfortunately, he's still partially right; still not so much because anything is better, but we're living on past momentum since Obama fixed the economy and funded the medicaid expansion and basically guaranteed healthcare. It's kept even poor republican voters comfortable. Comfortable enough that they're OK believing shit like their future prospects have never been better.than under Trump. Republicans don't have to deliver anything, they can just lie and a lot of their base (heck, plenty of democrats) will believe them that trickle down economics and deregulation in favor of corporatism will produce greater prosperity for them in the long-term.

At least, they don't have to deliver anything until the Republicans break enough that their base feels it, and by then it'll be too late to change anything with what's left of democratic institutions. We'll just have a Koch-ocracy.

I don't know how to fix it other than to hope the billionaire class decides to relinquish some of their influence.
>Not just that; GDP growth was even faster for brief periods under Obama, and that's before we had a tax cut that's inevitably going to rob the next generation blind.

Resources and wealth exist to be consumed. And consumed they will be, if not by this generation then by some future. By what right does a forgotten future seek to deny us our birthright? None I say! Let us take what is ours, chew and eat our fill.
Well the problem is we're borrowing it, and we'll have to pay interest on it eventually. Which means in the future we'll have to pay more in taxes for less in services and we'll have less of a rainy day fund.

Even then, you're right that spending borrowed wealth can sometimes be a worthwhile investment or just good enough for prosperity in the present that maybe we want to do it anyway. But if that's the justification for the tax cuts, then the very least Republicans could have done is reverse the distribution of the cuts so the lion's share went to the middle and working class, for whom every extra dollar is a lot more effective in increasing prosperity
>trickle down economics
You mean regular economics? As opposed to what? Socialism?

Well there's also consumer-driven growth. It's a lot more effective at improving quality of life since only a very small percentage of the recent federal tax cuts for corporations and the wealthiest is actually translating into wage increases. And a smaller portion of the rest of their savings will be spent or invested such that it will immediately recirculate into the domestic economy, than if folks in the middle or working class were to spend that wealth.

In fact it's probably better for overall prosperity if everyone pays more taxes and the money goes into public infrastructure and systems or is redistributed further downward via social programs.

Today the AfD (Alternative for Germany) has called for a minute of silence in the parliament for a fourteen year old girl who was brutally raped and murdered by a refugee. The silence then got interrupted by screeching leftists and the fat witch Claudia Roth, leader of the green party, sitting behind the speaker.

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>we on the right side of history™
well no, you on the left obviously hurrr
No, they were CALLED by the speaker.

The Bundestag doesn't work 1:1 like Congress, there's a moderator who's in charge of making sure everyone's on-topic and doesn't use up too much time.

In this case that was Claudia Roth, who did exactly what her job entails and called out the honorable person-on-the-floor for being off-topic.
What I like more about /news/ more than /pol/, despite the fact that I'm right-wing, is that you try to interpret correctly what's said. People on /pol/ would also have pointed out the fact that it was an improper time to call for a minute of silence, but instead of the somewhat decent reactions here you'd be immediately associated with kikes
at least you're honest about exploiting the deaths of others for your ideology.
>Of course, everyone has the right to state their opinions
absolute trash

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A 64-year-old put his life savings in his carry-on. U.S. Customs took it without charging him with a crime.


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There aren't a lot of airlines selling flights worth more than $10K, so it seems you'd be better off missing your flight. Besides, it's not the airlines that make that decision.
Fuck, police have siezed as little as a few thousand not 20.
From the ACLU
In fact, 87 percent of federal forfeiture proceedings between 1997 and 2013 were civil cases, not criminal. The median forfeiture amount in Tennessee is $502 — hardly a “kingpin” level haul.

This, money should be made illegal.
How do you register cash in a country that literally steals it from you?


WASHINGTON — President Trump’s lawyers have for months quietly waged a campaign to keep the special counsel from trying to force him to answer questions in the investigation into whether he obstructed justice, asserting that he cannot be compelled to testify and arguing in a confidential letter that he could not possibly have committed obstruction because he has unfettered authority over all federal investigations.

In a brash assertion of presidential power, the 20-page letter — sent to the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, and obtained by The New York Times — contends that the president cannot illegally obstruct any aspect of the investigation into Russia’s election meddling because the Constitution empowers him to, “if he wished, terminate the inquiry, or even exercise his power to pardon.”


Mr. Trump’s lawyers fear that if he answers questions, either voluntarily or in front of a grand jury, he risks exposing himself to accusations of lying to investigators, a potential crime or impeachable offense.

Mr. Trump’s broad interpretation of executive authority is novel and is likely to be tested if a court battle ensues over whether he could be ordered to answer questions. It is unclear how that fight, should the case reach that point, would play out. A spokesman for Mr. Mueller declined to comment.

“We don’t know what the law is on the intersection between the obstruction statutes and the president exercising his constitutional power to supervise an investigation in the Justice Department,” said Jack Goldsmith, a Harvard Law School professor who oversaw the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel during the Bush administration. “It’s an open question.”
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>They don't care about what horrible things happen under his presidency
What horrible things? Things are going objectively great.
Obama #birther ironically allowed all the things that made the executive branch a virtual monarchy and paved the way for swampy celebrity worship, the DC game show of pork barrel and lobbying.

Let the show go on.
>Mueller and rodstein have both said he's even under criminal investigation.
Blatantly false. He is a subject of investigation. Not a target, but definitely the subject of a criminal investigation.
>but definitely the subject of a criminal investigation.
False, out of their own mouths they have said he's not the subject of ANY criminal investigation.


Don't split hairs idiot, target and subject mean the same thing in this case.
No they don't. And thatsbl good thing for Trump, because if he's a target it means the FBI directly suspects him of wrongdoing. If he's a subject they just want to know what he knows.

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President Trump will get an extra present on his birthday next Thursday — but it remains unclear if it will be what he was hoping for.

The Justice Department told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday that its report on ex-FBI director James Comey and the bureau’s probe into Hillary Clinton will be released on June 14 — the president’s 72nd birthday.

Trump, who has been pushing the line that the feds illegally spied on his campaign — an allegation he calls “SPYGATE” on Twitter — hopes the report will conclude that Comey and the FBI acted improperly to hurt his campaign.

But preliminary reports about its contents suggest that the Inspector General’s report would condemn Comey for helping the president’s campaign by improperly announcing that the feds were reopening their investigation into Clinton’s emails just days before the election.

Democrats charge that Comey’s action cost her the election even though he announced days later that there was nothing criminal in the emails that were found on a laptop shared by her top aide Huma Abedin and her disgraced hubby Anthony Weiner.

The report was also expected to slam Comey for insubordination for going over the head of Attorney General Loretta Lynch in July 2016 when he announced that Clinton was careless but would not be prosecuted.

The president has depicted the former FBI director as a renegade who breaks protocol, nicknaming him “Slippery James Comey.”

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"Think back to what the president himself said to James Comey. He said, ‘I didn’t collude with Russia, but if anyone connected with my campaign did, I want you to investigate it.’” It strikes me that that’s exactly what the FBI was doing."

"Based on what I have seen, I don’t know what the FBI could have done or should have done other than run out a lead that someone loosely connected with the campaign was making assertions about Russia. I would think you would want the FBI to find out whether or not there was any validity to what those people were saying."

"I am even more convinced that the FBI did exactly what my fellow citizens would want them to do when they got the information they got, and that it has nothing to do with Donald Trump."
- Rep. Trey Gowdy, House Intelligence Committee Member (R)

Imagine being committed to honesty and the rule of law rather than making shit up whenever politically convenient for you.
just one more day until the good news
Smells like the Nunes memo.

And the time Devin gave crucial info to the white house...that he got from the white house.

And the half dozen other times the FBI has been slimed during this presidency.
so where is it?
comes out at noon eastern time

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A U.S. college education costs 297% more now than it did in 1979. Meanwhile, a Happy Meal costs 40% less. The first is subsidized; the second isn't.
The accompanying infographic in the article features 16 different household items have fallen by between 52 percent and 96 percent in terms of “time cost” since 1979
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>not subsidized

i am laffin

It's some loltarian website cherry picking.
What we should do is stop letting pharmaceutical and other industries stop using colleges as free research and labor. Anything discovered at colleges become a public good regardless of who funds it.
>pharmaceutical and other industries stop using colleges as free research and labor.
Umm... They pay for that. Though that's another problem. A lot of "scientific research" at universities is tainted by grant money and sometimes institutional part ownership, so whenever you see a "Study proves XXX is safe/good for you", ya gotta look at where the study is conducted, who funded it, and who funds the institution involved.

Putting an end to that would presumably cut into the school's budgets, but again, we used to do all this for free, and with a lot less money, even if we did still see some corruption when individuals would donate money for facilities, as we still allowed that back then.
I'd just replace it with trade schools. I'd rather a person with a cheaper set of certifications or similar that laser focused on their chosen profession than a generalist with a four year degree from a regular university.

It'll take some time for trade school prices to inflate to the point of universities, so it should be a decent stopgap until a better solution arises.

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Ebola virus infected passengers arrive http://www.ebolaoutbreakmap.com/listings/airports-ready-to-receive-ebola-virus-infected-passengers/ …
authorities have shut the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in Malanje Province to prevent the spread of the Ebola virus, media confirmed
pool's closed
Fucking Madagascar

Bad as the disease individually is , other diseases in African like lassa fever has killed far more people
Seems like hysteria to me.

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A Beverly Hills teenager recently dragged her mother on the Dr. Phil show to complain that she has to live like a peasant, after her monthly allowance was cut from $5,000 to just $1,000.

Ever since she was born, 15-year-old Nicolette has been given everything she ever wanted, including a nanny, personal driver and trainers, shopping sessions on Rodeo Drive and a bag collection that would make most women jealous. As a teenager, she would spend between $5,000 and $10,000 on designer clothes, accessories and other things most kids her age can only dream of. However, her mother Nina decided she couldn’t keep up with Nicolette’s spending, so she cut her allowance to “only” $1,000 a month. The self-described “spoiled brat” could’t accept that, so she asked the famous Dr. Phil to straighten things out.

“I want my mom to understand that I can’t live off $1,000 a month, and I grew up on a certain lifestyle. She can’t just take that away from me immediately,” the teenage girl said. “If someone took that lifestyle away from her, she wouldn’t like that. And I grew up on it, it’s all I’ve ever known.”

Her mother admitted that she started giving Nicolette credit cards with no limit on them “from a very young age”, but started cutting her allowance after realizing how spoiled she had become. She said she always felt guilty for working several jobs and not spending enough time with her daughter, so she compensated through financial rewards. However, the teen claims that a$1,000 monthly allowance doesn’t even cover her basic expenses, and that her mother should set a proper budget for her.

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$1k a week? I'd kill to have that as my monthly salary.
no kidding
I had to work for my stepdad for room and board starting at 13, or I had to live with my biological dad. these fucking rich idiots live like french nobility before the revolution.
I got around 10 dollars a month until I was 13 or so because we were basically poor, but after that my father got a really nice job (he is highly educated, just had trouble finding a worthwhile job in our area) and ever since that until about 19 or so I got 150 dollars a month, felt like a goddamned king.

I feel bad for the girl, in the sense that she needs some help.
I'd slap the fuck out of her and burn her shit if she was my kid

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>Canada did physically attack us before
Fucking when? The war of 1812?

That wasn't Canada, you mindless cuck, that was ENGLAND, because CANADA WASN'T EVEN A COUNTRY.

Meanwhile we actually fought the north Koreans, and because of the lack do a treaty we are technically STILL FIGHTING THEM, since the 50s.

Seriously. Justifying your opinion with 200 year old outdated history is beyond retarded.
Not an argument? (Or are you just trying to prove my point?)

Your dick might get hard when ya hear "tax cut", but they do not work like ya think they do.
this was one for the history books
England attacked US. And in fact. US had allies in that war. The french part ( Quebec, previsouly known as Canadiens before Canada was a country) was on US side during that war. They wanted none of England.
Kim is bluffing and that is why there is a total embargo on them. Ok.

Ok, i have to agree with you.
True lol

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May 29, 2018

Student Punished for 'Implied Threat' After Putting High School on Craigslist

While some of his classmates wanted to execute senior pranks that would potentially disrupt classes, Missouri high school student Kylan Scheele opted for some tomfoolery that was a little more chill.

“Other people were going to release live mice or, you know, building a beach in the front lobby area,” Scheele told Kansas City’s Fox affiliate. “And I thought let’s do something more laid back, so I just decided to post the school for sale.”

Scheele listed Truman High School for the reasonable price of $12,275 on Craigslist. His post described the building as a “Huge 20+ room facility” and listed the following selling points, among others:

“Newly build football field.”
“Newly added 4 modern day rooms.”
“Next to Walmart for convenience.”
“Huge parking lot, great for partygoers looking for somewhere to park.”

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I remember that I had an especially out of touch English teacher who thought that LOL stood for "Little old lady". I only had to sit in the Principal's office for the rest of the day, so it wasn't too bad. I suppose that schools have to be run by crochety old people and overprotective parents.
We're here for you bro
I liked to get there early and then swap the mice/keyboards on nearby computers with their neighbor, so computer A's mouse would move around on computer B's screen. It was always fun to watch people sit there and get frustrated and wonder why their mouse either wasn't moving or was moving around "on its own". Also scotch tape over the mouse ball was usually good for a laugh, but people always figured it out pretty fast.
This just happened in my area recently. A bunch of athletes were kicked off their respective teams because they (gasp!) smoked cigars at a graduation party.


School officials are often petty tyrants. Who else would want a position wrangling kids all day?
wow, what a retarded thing to do to the students.

technically an enforcable rule, but it's on the faculty for not providing adequate heads-up that they were going to START enforcing that rule. if it's a tradition, it should have been anticipated and they could have easily worked notices into school announcements etc.

> https://abcnews.go.com/US/trump-lawyer-michael-cohen-cooperate-attorneys-leave-case/story?id=55861988

ABC News reports that Michael Cohen's legal team is on the way out. With no replacements identified he is expected to cooperate with the FBI.
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He told reporters at the White House that the move against his longtime personal attorney, which he likened to a break-in, was a “disgraceful situation.”

“It’s an attack on our country in a true sense. It’s an attack on all we stand for,” the president said during a meeting with senior military leadership at the White House. “That is really now on a whole new level of unfairness.”

Cohen then went to federal court in Manhattan arguing that his attorneys should be given a first look at the materials seized in the raids for items potentially covered by attorney-client privilege before federal prosecutors could examine the haul.

Judge Wood subsequently appointed former federal judge Barbara Jones to act as a “special master” to conduct an impartial review of the materials and to referee any disputes between Cohen and the government.

Trump and the Trump Organization intervened in the case and were also granted access to review the materials for potentially privileged items.

Jones reported last week that of the first 300,000 items reviewed, she had determined that just 162 of them were covered by attorney-client privilege. She rejected three items that Cohen, Trump or the Trump organization had designated as privileged.

Judge Wood has given Cohen’s attorneys until Friday to complete the review of the remaining documents. Any remaining items to be reviewed would be turned over to a team of federal prosecutors unconnected to the case to complete the examination of the documents.
Welp, it's over. It was a good run while it lasted.
Yep, he's boned.
and no charges will be pressed
So did he or did he not travel to Prague for a meeting with a Russian on behalf of Trump in 2016?

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