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so in munich,a "doctor" from eritrea started groping a young girl and her dad kicked a ever living crap out of him
>now he goes to jail for defending his daughter
>now you either accept forced missgenacion or you'r a racist
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>voice of europe
oh no no no no
well,mutti merkel says that if a migrants tries to rape you ,it is racist to resist,since it is "culturally intolerant" becuse in afganistan,it's the part of thier culture to rape all woman who are "not modest" and who do not wear a burka
3 afgans were fighting each other,and he and his friends tried to stop the fight and then the inbreeds attacked him
I'm pretty sure I can get my cock out in less than five minutes
Good for you anon, good for you.

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After complaints from city residents, the Temple Terrace Golf & Country Club has notified the City Council that it will not rent space again to the Sons of Confederate Veterans for its annual banquet.

The country club’s executive committee said in a letter to the city manager that the club had decided earlier not to book the group again because of objections raised last year. But new management didn't know that, according to the letter, and the club hosted this year's banquet Sept. 8.

"Faced with a specific request to use our ballroom last year by a so-called 'southern heritage' organization," wrote club general manager Jim Musick, "the negative implications toward the club ... caused the board to review the situation and it ultimately voted to not permit that and similar organizations to utilize our ballroom for such events."

This policy has not changed, but a new management team "inadvertently" accepted the event in an effort to keep the club fully booked, Musick said.

The leader of the Confederate group, David R. McCallister, said he would consult a lawyer and consider legal action, "especially if our civil rights are being denied."

McCallister, commander of the Judah P. Benjamin Camp #2210 Sons of Confederate Veterans, objected to the description of his group as a "so-called Southern heritage’’ organization, saying, "We’re a legitimate, genuine Southern heritage corporation and a legitimate, genuine American heritage corporation … I don’t know what negative implications he’s talking about.’’

The group has held banquets at the country club during the past five years, he said, but announced a new location at the 11th hour last year in the midst of a debate over moving a Confederate memorial in Tampa.

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i'm for city-states, that sounds cool
Now that I think about I kind of am too, but only if every other country did it too. We need to split up countries like we do big corporations that hold too much power.
>We need to split up countries like we do big corporations that hold too much power.
So not at all?
Keeping this.
Pfft-hahahaha, a confederate group talking about "civil rights" ... lol


ATLANTA (AP) — Marsha Appling-Nunez was showing the college students she teaches how to check online if they’re registered to vote when she made a troubling discovery. Despite being an active Georgia voter who had cast ballots in recent elections, she was no longer registered.

“I was kind of shocked,” said Appling-Nunez, who moved from one Atlanta suburb to another in May and believed she had successfully changed her address on the voter rolls.

“I’ve always voted. I try to not miss any elections, including local ones,” Appling-Nunez said.

She tried re-registering, but with about one month left before a November election that will decide a governor’s race and some competitive U.S. House races, Appling-Nunez’s application is one of over 53,000 sitting on hold with Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp’s office. And unlike Appling-Nunez, many people on that list — which is predominantly black, according to an analysis by The Associated Press — may not even know their voter registration has been held up.

Tuesday is Georgia’s deadline to register and be eligible to vote in the November General Election.

Kemp, who’s also the Republican candidate for governor, is in charge of elections and voter registration in Georgia.

His Democratic opponent, former state Rep. Stacey Abrams, and voting rights advocacy groups charge that Kemp is systematically using his office to suppress votes and tilt the election, and that his policies disproportionately affect black and minority voters.

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evil retard detected

Listen, I won't go into detail about the reasons Republicans are a part of manchildren and attempting to defend them is insane, because ultimately you'd come out looking absolutely subhumanly moronic and it could hurt a Republican snowflake's feelings.

Just know that everyone has the ability to better themselves and grow, that it feels great to do so, and thus Republicans are blessed with the potential to feel really great quite frequently.
"i'm not going to argue with you because i'd win" - modern discourse

Tbf I've attempted legitimate debate with laymen of the relevant party multiple times before but the amount of bullshit, logical fallacies, and pigheadedness is not encouraging. The defense mechanisms employed to guard against the intrusion of legitimate points, reason, and questioning are many.

Not that I haven't had similar experience from the other side, but at least I can generally expect a conversation, not lecturing what quickly becomes a surly child.
Sometimes, it's just not longer worth arguing basic ideas.
With kids and those new to society, we can talk with them about it. But if you're posting here, we assume you have access to the internet outside of 4chan, so if someone is ignorant still, it's highly unlikely anything will change their minds.

Leon Lederman won a Nobel Prize in 1988 for his pioneering physics research.

But in 2015, the physicist, who passed away Wednesday, sold his Nobel Prize medal for $765,000 to pay his mounting medical bills. The University of Chicago professor began to suffer from memory loss in 2011, and died in an Idaho nursing home.

In a lot of ways (and as others have observed) Lederman’s story represents the best and worst of America. Lederman was born in the 1920s to a father who worked in a laundry facility. He went on to discover the Higgs boson subatomic particle, the so-called “God particle” that you can read more about here.

But even an accomplished physicist and university professor isn’t immune from America’s sky-high health care prices. The United States routinely has health care prices well-above the rest of the world. A day in an American hospital, for examples, costs an average of $5,220 here — compared to $765 in Australia or $424 in Spain.

The cost of receiving care in a nursing home can also present a significant burden. A private room in a nursing facility costs, on average, $7,698 per month. And Medicare, which covers the vast majority of Americans over 65, generally does not cover long-term nursing care.

Many Americans do end up getting Medicaid to cover nursing home bills — but that often requires selling off significant assets and dwindling down savings in order to fall below the public program’s income requirements.

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If you’re talking about the Koch’s brothers projection then no it doesn’t show we’ll save money. The Koch’s were specifically using the assumptions laid out by Bernie, which they believe to be unrealistic
No, that's exactly what it shows, provided Bernie is correct. And his prepositions make perfect sense to me.
>3)shitalians would probably have thrown him out of the window mid-flight and replaced him by a look-alike puppet before announcing 2 month later that the child died despite their best efforts. What a bunch of sleezy cunts
This a prime example of the strawman fallacy.
You've obviously never met an Italian
> abuse by assholes that don't pay into the system (illegals and poor that use the ER for sniffles)
Illegals don't use the ER. At all. Every ER has police on duty. If you are illegal, you WILL be caught. ICE will be called.

It's a big reason why food plants like Perdue Farms hire their own private doctors and run employee clinics. Healthy workers show up to work.

> poor that use the ER for sniffles
In most ERs, you will be put on the bottom of the triage list. That's an 8- to 12-hour waiting list in my city. The only people who do that are the homeless.

A clue: the homeless aren't looking for treatment. They're looking for a warm couch to sleep on. They used to camp at the airport, but the TSA has cracked down on that.

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>The president has long sold himself as a self-made billionaire, but a Times investigation found that he received at least $413 million in today’s dollars from his father’s real estate empire, much of it through tax dodges in the 1990s.


>11 Takeaways From The Times’s Investigation Into Trump’s Wealth

1.The Trumps’ tax maneuvers show a pattern of deception, tax experts say

2.Donald Trump began reaping wealth from his father’s real estate empire as a toddler

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>If he calls them out, people will say it's because he's feeling cornered cause he's guilty
This has been his M.O. every time someone says something that pisses him off. That said, he's often a lot of hot air with little action. If he sued for libel he'd probably lose, so instead it's better just to brush it off as fake news because that's all he needs to say for his supporters to rally behind him.
Tax evasion is a reasonably serious federal crime, they are not optional
>Hearing things you don't want to believe.
>Throw insults at it because you don't actually know how to debate the issue.
Wow you guys really are becoming more and more like Trump everyday.
Dangerous speech is not free speech.
Are we binning the word 'knife' like bongistan?

Mexico Beach, Florida, is not just destroyed. For the most part, it's not there anymore.

From a helicopter, you can see many of the homes and hotels that populated this beachside town of about 1,200 are gone. A few houses and other structures remain standing, but they're the exceptions.

But Linda Albrecht says she's not sure which category her home falls into, and it's tearing her up.

Hurricane Michael's wind and storm surge ripped up buildings like posies and carried them inland. Where homes once stood, offering premium views of the Gulf of Mexico, a few boards lay scattered across foundations.

Albrecht, a Mexico Beach city councilwoman, heeded mandatory evacuations after boarding up her home. Now, even though she's been cleared to return as an essential government employee, she says she can't get back because the roads are impassible.

'Everything was gone'

Cars, mattresses, grills and toilets were tossed all over town. An entire house was thrown 100 yards down the beach, landing on its side.

"We had furniture in our house that wasn't even ours," Scott Boutwell said, explaining that when he returned to his home Thursday the only belongings he could find was a briefcase.

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What part of the US? It's much more common in certain areas than others. Both of my childhood homes were brick and we built the second house.
We were told to be prepared for 2 days of exodus. Didn't get to get home until late Tuesday. Salvaged just enough to load in our Tacoma... water damage... neighbors either lost everything or nothing. Front neighbor lost his wife of 40 years earlier in the month. Now his home is bent and soaked. Haven't been able to contact landlord at all. No gas east until damn near Tallahassee. Random guy filled our tank for a handshake. Its really just a bizarre place to be.
Aside from mobile homes which are universally shit most new homes in Florida are brick or block construction.

Living in the path of these storms isn't what's crazy, what's crazy is doing so and not having a house guaranteed to fly away when it happens.

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I was wondering if anyone has seen/heard the recordings of Khashoggi's assassination?


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The Hubble Space Telescope is operating with only essential functions after it lost one of the gyroscopes needed to point the spacecraft.

The observatory, described as one of the most important scientific instruments ever created, was placed in "safe mode" over the weekend, while scientists try to fix the problem.

Hubble had been operating with four of its six gyroscopes when one of them failed on Friday.

The telescope was launched in 1990.

After the gyro failure at the weekend, controllers tried to switch on a different one, but that was found to be malfunctioning. That leaves Hubble with only two fully functional gyros.

At any given time, Hubble needs three of its gyroscopes to work for optimal efficiency.

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Obama had majority control of Congress for the first 2 years if his presidency, so if anyone sabotaged him, it was his own party
The House was a solid democratic majority but the Senate majority was flimsy. The deciding votes were all conservative Democrats including Joe Lieberman who sabotaged the ACA's public option and left us stuck with private insurance providers instead.
fuggin democrats
Good time to retire it. The JWST is coming up and it's going to make us forget the HST.
Yeah, we still have another two or three years tho

The next time you drive past one of those road signs with a digital readout showing how fast you’re going, don’t simply assume it’s there to remind you not to speed. It may actually be capturing your license plate data.

According to recently released US federal contracting data, the Drug Enforcement Administration will be expanding the footprint of its nationwide surveillance network with the purchase of “multiple” trailer-mounted speed displays “to be retrofitted as mobile LPR [License Plate Reader] platforms.” The DEA is buying them from RU2 Systems Inc., a private Mesa, Arizona company. How much it’s spending on the signs has been redacted.

Two other, apparently related contracts, show that the DEA has hired a small machine shop in California, and another in Virginia, to conceal the readers within the signs. An RU2 representative said the company providing the LPR devices themselves is a Canadian firm called Genetec.

The DEA launched its National License Plate Reader Program in 2008; it was publicly revealed for the first time during a congressional hearing four years after that. The DEA’s most recent budget describes the program as “a federation of independent federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement license plate readers linked into a cooperative system, designed to enhance the ability of law enforcement agencies to interdict drug traffickers, money launderers or other criminal activities on high drug and money trafficking corridors and other public roadways throughout the U.S.,” primarily along the southwest border region, and the country’s northeast and southeast corridors.

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No different than the police cameras that hang up at most intersections here in Sacramento
Sure, versions of this system have been already created. That's beside the point. Don't try to sweep what they're doing under the rug though.
what is the point? that the police are collecting information that they(and you) have a right to collect?

you're legally entitled to put cameras up all over your property to collect information on the comings and goings of your whole neighborhood if you so wish.
When they convince automakers to integrate live GPS tracking in all vehicles they won't need this system.
Given that, in most cities, every traffic light has the same thing... Kinda redundant. (Hell, they keep putting up new cams on the traffic lights here when they fail, and not removing the old ones - so every signal on the intersection next to my place has sixteen cameras on it now.)

Guess it's overdue time to make our own UK bus stop signs.

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While “Mean Girls Day” is being marked Wednesday in reference to a mention of Oct. 3 in the popular 2004 cult movie, the parents of a former Seneca Valley High School student claim in a federal lawsuit filed this week that their teenage son was terrorized by false accusations made by five “mean girls” at the school.

Michael J. and Alecia Flood of Zelienople, Butler County, the parents of a teenage boy identified in the lawsuit as T.F., seek unspecified civil damages against the girls’ parents, the school district and Butler County District Attorney Richard Goldinger’s office. The lawsuit, which includes the term “mean girls,” alleges they “conspired in person and via electronic communication devices to falsely accuse T.F. of sexual assault on two occasions.”

Neither Goldinger nor Seneca Valley school officials returned calls seeking comment.

The 26-page lawsuit — filed in Pittsburgh on the eve of Mean Girls Day — alleges that T.F. “was forced to endure multiple court appearances, detention in a juvenile facility, detention at home, the loss of his liberty and other damages until several of the girls reluctantly admitted that their accusations were false” this summer.

The lawsuit contends T.F. was bullied on multiple occasions by classmates. In one example, the lawsuit said students last year placed masking tape with the word “PREDATOR” written on it on his back without his knowledge during choir practice.

The lawsuit alleges the boy was further damaged from “gender bias” by school officials and Goldinger’s office, which even after learning the girls’ accusations were false “did not take any action against the females involved,” said attorney Craig Fishman of Pittsburgh, who represents the Floods.
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>getting btfo so hard you start emulating the poster that destroyed you
keep it up and you might actually get laid :)
Going straight to calling him a cucked incel eh? A bold move, and very unpredictable, I'd post arguingwithhoes.jpg but even if I could I think it would be lost on you
Jesus Christ this thread is a shitshow, and all from 1 post.

Those whores deserve to hang.
false rape claim by a girl
no repercussions

Boy that's not common.. :^/

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...then you must not have a clue how blood clots form. thank you for eroding your keyboard just to spread your retardation to the masses. maga.
According to the abstract quoted in the article is literally nothing
Holy shit, better just start slaughtering the goyim now to make way for the high blood flow jewish master race
Anyways, sensationalizing a tiny trial over literally nothing is HuffPo-tier reporting
"Blood clots can also form when your blood doesn't flow properly. If it pools in your blood vessels or heart, the platelets are more likely to stick together. Atrial fibrillation and deep vein thrombosis (DVT) are two conditions where slowly moving blood can cause clotting problems."

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>Republican Congressman Steve King immediately celebrated the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court by suggesting that the landmark ruling legalizing abortion will soon be overturned.

>“Soon, babies like this little angel will be protected in the womb by law,” the Representative from Iowa tweeted Saturday evening, together with a picture of a sleeping baby.
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>I'd hazard a guess they'd take fewer fingers than non-existence.
You'd be wrong. We can take a look at suicides, vet's are pretty common. Being disabled contributes to their suicidal desires.
Nobody actually wants to take the guns away though.
It's not a good argument man.
Brett has called Roe v Wade 'settled law.'

Certain fellas are going to be outraged when they go to SCOTUS expecting an overturn only for an affirmation. Point is, don't count your marbles yet.

>Brett has called Roe v Wade 'settled law.'

How many times do you have to have your trust betrayed before you stop giving them benefit of doubt? There are genuine conservatives, and then there are Republican politicians. They don't give a shit about anything other than their donors. Lying means absolutely nothing to them.

Republican politicians will never outlaw abortion country wide so long as it's still possible for them to lose an election. It's too much of a wedge issue that can drive otherwise more liberal Christians to the Republican party.

Saudis Threaten Global Economic Repercussions if Punished for 'Murdered' Journalist
U.S. President Donald Trump said Saturday that there would be 'severe punishment' for Saudi Arabia if it turns out that missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul

They're not going to do shit. Mexico and Norway are OPEC members too and are gonna veto their asses.
And nobody can do shit to them either...they are protected by jews
That's what I'm fucking talking about, these fuckers need to pay.

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A Democratic congressional intern was arrested Wednesday and accused of posting the personal information of at least one Republican senator during last week's hearing about sexual assault claims against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, authorities said.

U.S. Capitol Police said 27-year-old Jackson Cosko was charged with making public restricted personal information, witness tampering, threats in interstate communication, unauthorized access of a government computer, identity theft, second-degree burglary and unlawful entry. Police added that the investigation was continuing and more charges could be filed.

Senior congressional sources tell Fox News that Cosko most recently worked as an unpaid intern for Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Texas. He previously worked with Sen. Maggie Hassan, D-N.H., and former Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer of California. He also worked or interned with the office of Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., the ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, as well as with at least one other unnamed lawmaker. A LinkedIn page with Cosko's name on it describes him as a "Democratic Political Professional & Cybersecurity Graduate Student."

Jackson Lee's office told Fox News that Cosko had only worked there for a couple of months, but has now been terminated.

“It’s unfortunate,” Glenn Rushing, Jackson Lee's chief of staff, told Fox News. Rushing added that the congresswoman's office is "cooperating with law enforcement."

Hassan’s office has had two substantial personnel issues in recent months. Earlier this year, an intern for the senator shouted "Mr. President, f--- you!" across the Capitol Rotunda at President Trump as he was being escorted into the office of House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis. Hassan's office declined to comment on Cosko's arrest.

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>most people agree with RT on this sooo...
i was refering to american foreign policy ,such as useless wars and such
>most people on earth agree with RT on this sooooo..
This isn't even close to being true
it was a slip-up
i meant when talking about foreign policy
point is, RT is a good source of alternative media
>i wrote accidentaly that most people agree with it,i take that back(i was refering to american foreign policy)

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>A video showing a group of men in an unknown location in Milton skinning a cow around the Muslim festival of Eid-al-Adha is garnering a lot of attention online.

>“Take a look, a cow is being butchered the halal way on Eid-al-Adha as a sacrifice,” says a man in the video in Urdu.

The video has been viewed more than 100,000 times after it was retweeted by Toronto Sun columnist Tarek Fatah.


yeah yeah I know it's a couple of months old but fuck the West for letting these savages and their practices in
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>Christians used to sacrifice animals dude. Stoo being an Islamophobe
>It's 2018 dude, of course there are more than 2 genders. Get with the times
did they pay for it.
did they kill it in a humane manner/in a manner consistent with the law?

>if the didn't kill it in a manner legal; could they have/would they have been able to sacrifice it legally?

otherwise I don't get why it's a big deal, I like steak and I imagine god does too.
>It's in the bible dude
No it's not. The Hebrews did but the Christians didn't. It does not take much effort to show that so look shit up before you post.

In other news, about 39 million other cows are slaughtered in the US every year. Moving right along, then.

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