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The NY Times once claimed that the deep state was imaginary and didn't exist. Now, they claim the Deep State does exist and is full of Patriots who are working against President Trump.
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The police recently arrested a man selling "secret formula" tablets he claimed gave eternal youth. When going through their files they noticed it was the fifth time he was caught for committing this same criminal medical fraud. He had earlier been arrested in 1794, 1856, 1928 and 1983....
First man: "I hear the First National Bank is looking for a new teller." Second man: "I thought they just hired a new teller last week." First man: "Right, that's the one they're looking for."
2 Alabama State Troopers were chasing a Mustang east on I-20 toward Georgia. When the suspect crossed the Georgia line, the first trooper pulled over quickly. The rookie trooper pulled in behind him and said, "Hey, Sarge, why did you stop?" The sarge replied, "Forget it, he's in Georgia now. They're an hour ahead of us, so we'll never catch him."
After being locked in an impenetrable strongroom, a panicked Dr. Watson cries, "How are we to escape, Holmes?" Calmly, the sleuth produces a small knife and a lemon, which he carefully cuts into small pieces. He then sticks the pieces of lemon on the wall in the shape of a door, and with a push creates a doorway. An astonished Watson asks, "How on earth did you do that, Holmes?" "Lemon-entry my dear Watson, Lemon-entry!"
In 2002, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson had his first starring role in the film The Scorpion King. It was the first of many starring roles for the full time actor/part-time WWE wrestler. It also marked a Hollywood record. For his acting efforts The Rock earned $5.5 million. That is the most money ever made by an actor in their first starring role.
Where is the coldest place on Earth? Coming in at a brisk -135° Fahrenheit (-93° Celsius), the Vostok Station in Antartica wins the prize. The Russian research station first began their core drilling and magnetometry research in 1957. Anywhere from 13-25 scientists and engineers reside at this station year round.
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Question. If it has been determined that no crime was committed and that the waitress and Tisbury PD overreacted, why can't he have his license and weapons back? Due process, what due process? Why are his guns being sold? Is this his own decision or did someone convince him to do so? Is it because he's elderly? Just because someone is elderly does not mean that they're senile. He should have everything restored to him and he should sue that waitress for defamation of character. He should also sue the city of Tisbury. Just my two cents for what it's worth.
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Is there a difference between nationalism and racism?
[EXCERPT].......Lets face it, we often qualify our love of country with playful teasing of those who are not like us or originally from here. That doesn’t make us blanket nationalists until we stop tease laughing with those who are different or born on foreign soil and start laughing maniacally and pointing fingers at them like loudly yelling at them to go back to where they came from. There has to be a line in there somewhere. That line will move further and further towards a negative direction when we are pushed by tyrants to a point there is no turning back..... READ MORE: https://www.mymilitia.com/forums/topic/61903-is-there-a-difference-between-nationalism-and-racism/
Women can serve in most areas of the military except riot control. They have been allowed in submarines, including nuclear submarines, since 2014. Women are allowed to serve in combat infantry. 1.7% of combat infantry are women.
Conservatives often stand accused these days of standing firm on "traditional existence" Yet liberals can be blinded by a sporatic ideology, and nowhere is this divide more true than in the debate over women in combat.....
Over the past two decades, the United States has moved steadily to open all military roles to women. Women may henceforward qualify for every duty, including combat infantry.
Yet to deny the highly combat-relevant differences between the sexes is to deny reality as blatantly as ever done by any anti-evolutionist - and with potentially much more lethal consequence.
In 2007, Kingsley Browne gathered the evidence in a clear and concise book, Co-ed Combat: The New Evidence That Women Shouldn't Fight the Nation's Wars. The case presented by Browne won't come as news to any military decision-maker. But it will and should jolt those who have relied on too credulous media sources for their information about what soldiers do and how they do it.
The case for women in combat runs more or less as follows:
1) We have entered an era of push-button war in which purely physical strength has lost much if not all of its military relevance.
2) To the extent that strength continues to matter, some women can meet requirements and should be given a chance to qualify.
3) Other than physical strength, there are no militarily relevant differences between men and women.
4) To exclude willing women from military service is unfair and unjust.
So maybe it's because War as we know it has changed and now they are more suited for it?
Fact is... many units will not go into combat with a female, The reason i was given was that if the female is captured the men are more prone to risk life and limb and make bad decisions in order to rescue them. Ever since being a child and maybe a bit of evolution involved but Men are naturally programed to protect Women, the physically weaker sex.... just the same a Women are naturally programed for a number of other things. I have been told by respected high ranking military personnel that putting a Woman in a combat situation puts the entire unit at risk and that they have refused to accept them into their units and are willing to accept punishment for this decision in order to protect their men.
Our enemies will use our culture and conventional being against us... In the most evil ways.
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With all these democrats and liberal acting like they do..entitled, disrespectful, emotional and immoral.. for example the recent grand standing on climate change and other topics they act like our country is 100% cruel and oppressive... they are not faking it... these people really do feel this way.
So we should reflect back on history and all the “oppressive movements” that were hammered into our brains in school ... don't you wonder what is and what is not real?
Our history may be skewed.. perhaps all the attention these "oppressed" got in the past was the exact same as it is today.
Think about it... the Pink Pussy Hat of femininazis marching on Washington DC ..is the equivalent of Rosa Parks not wanting to sit in the back of the bus. Is it all the same? Ok it may not be as wide spread but isn't it the same in ways?
all in all it's just a small group of un happy people that try to make as much noise as they can when everyone else says they should shut up... fall in line and be a productive member of society.
This really goes for a lot of historical events. from the Revolutionary War to Kent State.
Were the founding fathers liberals?
Where is the line drawn?
It's widely known that I'm about as far right as someone can get however i supported a liberal political Ksenia Sobchak - READ MORE ABOUT HER
I guess sometimes they are right and sometimes they are not? Maybe its only oppressive based on what side of the fence you are on...
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The USA top 10 most expensive weapons per unit...
#10 Joint Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle - Cost per unit: $1 million
Conceived during the darkest days of the Iraq war when U.S. vehicles were hit several times daily by land mines and other improvised explosive devices, the U.S. spent around $50 billion to produce 27,000 MRAPS to counter insurgent forces. At a cost of $1 million each, the lumbering vehicles quickly became beloved by the troops.
#9 Trident II Missile - Cost per unit: $37.3 million
The most advanced ballistic missile in the U.S. Navy’s arsenal, the program’s price tag comes in at more than $53 billion.
#8 F/A-18 E/F Super Hornets - Cost per unit: $65 million
The fighter jet, mainly used on aircraft carriers, is the Navy’s nearly $58 billion Swiss Army Knife, capable of carrying missiles, bombs and ground missiles. The Super Hornet per unit cost pales in comparison to the pricier F-35 and F-22, coming in at just over $65 million, with about half of that going to the airframe.
#7 V-22 Osprey - Cost per unit: $70 million
The V-22 tilt-rotor program has certainly been beset by controversy throughout its 20-year development period, but it seems to have come out the other side, after spending almost $60 billion, and is flown by the Marines and U.S. special forces. The two versions of the plane, dubbed the CV and the MV, cost around $70 million each, with most of that going toward the airframe itself, with a price tag north of $60 million.