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111313 No. 111313 ID: 22c07d hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Dennis Hastert to get no time in jail after being caught having used the bribe money he received as Speaker of the House (99-07) to pay off the little boys he was raping.

The connection to Mark Foley fucking pages (boys of course) and Hastert's assistance in attempting to cover it up are currently being unlocked, but it seems like there was a significant secret network of closet fags in the leadership of the Republican Party during the Bush years. Is Bush Jr a faggot too, was he part of all this big gay bullshit? Well of course he is. Remember those paintings of his? The guy who exposed that and a lot of Clinton's bullshit is an evil hacker of course, not a corrupt politician and rapist, so Guccifer looking at 25 years minimum right now and Hastert is walking.

BTW if you think that Ted Cruz isn't a homosexual you're wrong. THANK GOD FOR DONALD TRUMP


Federal prosecutors on Friday detailed some of the lurid allegations of sexual misconduct against former U.S. House speaker Dennis Hastert and asked a federal judge to subject the Illinois Republican to a sex offender evaluation.

In a memo in advance of an April 27 sentencing hearing, prosecutors spelled out in graphic detail how Hastert sexually molested or inappropriately touched five teenagers who trusted him as their wrestling coach. And as Hastert rose to power, believing that his wrongdoing would never be made public, his victims struggled with the effects of the abuse, prosecutors wrote.

“He made them feel alone, ashamed, guilty and devoid of dignity,” prosecutors wrote. “While defendant achieved great success, reaping all the benefits that went with it, these boys struggled, and all are still struggling now with what defendant did to them.”

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>> No. 111336 ID: 9723b1
>is said to be 0.0002%.
That's 1:500000, are you crazy?

Klinefelter is at 1:1000, you're implying hermaphrodites are five hundred times more common than pedophiles.

Pedophiles are like 1:20 you idiot, you've likely met thousands personally.
>> No. 111341 ID: b430d1
Actually ST the occurrence of known (convicted) serial homosexual pedo rapists is a lot less than 5% of the population. I know that you experience has been different than most people's, but being raped by an older gentleman after gym class is lot less common than you think. 1 in 20 might jack it to Boku no Pico like you do, but the fraction with the audacity to follow through with the multiple victims and coverups, etc are a lot more rare. Even more rare are those who were caught in the act.
>> No. 111346 ID: cfaec1
Stop bumping your own thread, no one cares.
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this isn't anything new
>> No. 111370 ID: 53e7c0
PROTIP: Former Republican Senator John Decamp was involved in the production a documentary called "Conspiracy of Silence" it was to air May 3, 1994 on the Discovery Channel. At the last minute before airing, unknown congressmen threatened the TV Cable industry with restrictive legislation if this documentary was aired.

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>> No. 111330 ID: c05e32
There was a big high wall there that tried to stop me
Sign was painted, said "private property"
But on the back side it didn't say nothing
This land was made for you and me

Shit, did somebody already put up a Haggard thread? I skimmed /n/ before posting.
>> No. 111338 ID: 9723b1
Who? Is this your wifes real baby daddy?
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>> No. 111360 ID: 6a0fc5
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That's Clearly Waylon Jennings.
>> No. 111409 ID: 9dc901
What is it with RaceMixer and obscure singers?

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111071 No. 111071 ID: 7c90e8 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
>A Russian special forces officer has been killed near Syria’s Palmyra.

>A Russian soldier has taken out a heap of ISIS targets after one of the most badass tactical moves ever: calling an airstrike on himself.

>The soldier likely decided the option instead of surrendering to ISIS, who are known for their fucked up and inhuman torture sessions.

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>> No. 111344 ID: 7c90e8

You guys realize Duffelblog is a joke website right?

It's The Onion for military stuff.
>> No. 111345 ID: 82a3e8
I figured everybody knew this by now. But apparently not.
>> No. 111347 ID: cfaec1
I didn't know it, but it wasn't hard to figure out from the text.

>request of Tsar Putin
Doesn't sound like something a real news source would say.

Guess that guy either didn't read it or read only one sentence before posting the article here.
>> No. 111348 ID: 385f49
Thank you Captain, I was just being slightly sarcastic.
>> No. 111351 ID: 9723b1
Sarcasm doesn't carry well over the internet my friend, I was about to make a mad reply.

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111281 No. 111281 ID: 0014cb hide watch quickreply [Reply]
>A teacher was arrested Wednesday for bringing a gun to the town's middle school, police said.

>The 46-year-old teacher, Jason Adams, has a valid pistol permit, but Connecticut state law prohibits possession of firearms on school grounds.

>A telephone message seeking comment was left at Adams' home in Newtown.

>Adams was detained by school security after he was seen with the gun and then arrested by Newtown police who were called to Newtown Middle School, according to Police Chief James Viadero. Adams was charged with possession of a weapon on school grounds and released.

>Adams has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation, according to the Newtown public school system, which said in a statement that it has been working closely with local police.

>"This matter is very serious and troubling, both the Newtown Public School system and the Newtown Police Department took immediate steps to address the matter," the school system said.

>Newtown police said the department has contacted the state's weapons licensing and permit unit to make them aware of the arrest.

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>> No. 111282 ID: 79b400
How did security even see it?

Invest in a deep concealment piece and never pull it out unless a retard with a bowl cut and his mom's guns show up.
>> No. 111283 ID: 360765
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Likely some teacher, either a female cat lady or a male cuck sissy, their line of vision naturally migrating below the waistline of this alpha male, saw a massive bulge in this mans pants.

Much later after their brains have processed the gallons of volume this massive bulge might displace, they noticed a bit further to the side of the main bulge a much smaller and slimmer bulge.

At this point, weak in the knees and flushed with excitement, they realized the man was armed with more than his titanic manhood, and is in fact carrying the smaller belt fed M2 machine gun next to his blue whale sized penis.
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Seems legit.
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>suspicious bulge
>> No. 111310 ID: 9723b1
Would make a great porno scene.

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  Fairborn Municipal Court Judge Beth Root has decided that there is probable cause to prosecute Ronald T. Ritchie in relation to the shooting death of John Crawford III.

Crawford was shot by police in an aisle of the Beavercreek Walmart on August 5, 2014. He was holding a BB gun at the time. Ritchie was the 911 caller that night.

Nine citizens filled out affidavits — that were delivered to the court on March 25. Judge Root found in those affidavits that probable cause does exist to prosecute Ritchie for the accusation of making false alarms — a first-degree misdemeanor.

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>randomly pulls numbers out of ass
>lists them on screen
>no source
Well I guess that makes them official.
Thanks for posting and you may now go back to /pol/
>> No. 111303 ID: 8f35bf
I forgot one of the biggest 'threats'.
>> No. 111304 ID: 59e914

>no source

He didn't cite it in proper thesis paper method, but he told you how he got to the numbers and what do you know? A couple seconds of searching checks out.

>> No. 111306 ID: 7c90e8
It's amazing that liberals can complain about gun violence then turn around and debunk their own bullshit just to stick it to a republican governor.

Kind of cutting their nose off to spite their face.

Don't do that to yourself man, that shit is easily verifiable. You may be confused because he's talking about numbers killed (<100), not numbers shot (300-600).
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>Even that would have to be additionally corrected for the much faster decreasing crime rates. For example the crime rates have halved between the 576 value to the 314 value, overall I think once correlation is set in the rates of policemen dying per amount of crime committed is roughly constant.

Whatever the reason cops are still dying considerably less then they were during the Reign of Raygun. Of course with higher crime rates more cops are going to die, thats just common sense. More crime means more police interactions and more chances for them to plug them. Its like that godawfully stupid as shit liberal line about how less guns equal less gun crime. Its one of those "well no fucking duh" things but completely ignores other factors.

>The rise in people specifically targeting cops

Thats nothing new and certainly not the worse its been. Now its more noticeable thanks to social justice media but certainly cops were far more targeted for being cops during the Civil Rights era by militant extremists then. Bombings, coordinated attacks, and siege situations abounded. To my knowledge there have been not recent bombings of police and little coordinated attacks on cops. Hell the fact it was so out of the ordinary when the police were ambushed in Jew York City relatively recently should show that.




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111240 No. 111240 ID: 254d85 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Traditions such as writing several novels bragging about your sick-nasty tomahawk kills, endorsing products, and becoming a "military advisor" for films/games. The linked Naval War College article is a interesting read.

>Eric Greitens’s bid for governor of Missouri hinges on his experience as a Navy SEALs member, which he has chronicled in three books and promotes on his campaign web site, where he is pictured wearing his combat uniform, holding a rifle. “In the SEALs we learned, ‘there is no prize for second place in a gunfight,’ ” he said recently on Twitter.

>Now Mr. Greitens, seeking the Republican nomination, finds himself in a battle with some former comrades, who charged in a slickly produced YouTube video that he exaggerated his record and was unduly benefiting from his time in the SEALs. The dispute lays bare a widening rift among Navy SEALs, provoked by what leaders and many in the ranks describe as rampant commercial and personal exploitation of a brotherhood that once prized discretion.

>In recent months, the Naval Special Warfare Command in Coronado, Calif., which oversees the elite force, has told its men to lower their profile and tried to rein in public appearances by active-duty members. The Pentagon imposed a rule last September restricting the appearance of service members in video games, movies and television shows. Current and former members have widely circulated a pointed critique — titled “Navy SEALs Gone Wild: Publicity, Fame, and the Loss of the Quiet Professional” — that laments the commercialization and warns that it is doing harm.

>“The raising of Navy SEALs to celebrity status through media exploitation and publicity stunts has corrupted the culture of the SEAL community by incentivizing narcissistic and profit-oriented behavior,” Lt. Forrest S. Crowell, a SEAL, wrote in the critique, his master’s thesis for the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif. Partisan politicking and public disclosure of tactics, he added, “erodes military effectiveness, damages national security, and undermines healthy civil-military relations.”

>But the pushback has had little sway over former members who are increasingly giving paid speeches, sounding off on politics on Fox News and stamping the force’s name on hats, backpacks, vitamins and even a campaign bus. A television show by the Weinstein Company, working with a former SEALs consultant, is set to air on the History channel later this year, and a half-dozen books are scheduled to roll
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>> No. 111243 ID: 59e914
>that once prized discretion.


>so super secret the Navy created them to specifically have a PR/recruiting campaign to compete with one of their own departments

I'm not saying SEALs and their fine tradition of making sure everyone knows to CAPITALIZE DEM ACRONYMS aren't professionals, but they have never been "quiet" professionals.
>> No. 111259 ID: cfaec1
Ranger boot >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sealion Semen
>> No. 111261 ID: beb81b
"Quiet professional SEAL" is like hearing "Gosh that Italian family at the next table sure is quiet" to my ears.
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>Gosh that Italian family at the next table sure is quiet

To where should I send the medical bill for coffee aspirated through nasal passages, good sir?
>> No. 111280 ID: 0014cb
Seth MacFarlane. He's rich, anyways.

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110938 No. 110938 ID: 13a71c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Despite a 300 percent surge in the shooting deaths of police this year, President Obama has done little to signal his regret, leading law enforcement to charge that he is condoning the slayings.

"He has a microphone in his face almost every moment he's awake, and has unprecedented access to the media. He could certainly take a moment to acknowledge these events and give us the same support he provides those that attack and kill us," Carroll County, Md., Sheriff James T. DeWees told Secrets.

Since DeWees wrote an open letter to Obama on Facebook urging attention, 14 more police have been killed, six by gunfire, and the president has still hasn't addressed the issue, prompting the sheriff to add: "I also speak for thousands of police officers throughout the country that feel the White House has forgotten about them; a White House that remains silent about the uptick in deaths which ultimately gives them the perception that it's condoned; and for them perception is reality!"

Dane County, Wis., Sheriff David J. Mahoney, said, "Our nation has lost its soul and that is why we struggle, and why leaders in government who define individual special interests are rising to the top of national politics in both parties."

A new national leader with the right vision is called for, he said.

"It is time that someone step forward to lead our nation and our communities who can help find our collective soul, to bring our communities and nation together in a united mission and to protect and honor those who would stand in defense of our American ideals of freedom, democracy and equality for all, and those charged with the grassroots defense of these ideals are our law enforcement officers, police, deputies, troopers and agents in every community all across our country," he said.

Despite the president's silence over the 26 police deaths this year, the administration has reached out to police groups for help in responding. But in every case, the White House has ignored the recommendations.

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To be fair to Obama, and those are some words I hope to never EVER type again, going to other cuntries and playing political plots is kind of his job. His job isn't to go to peoples funerals even important people. Plus the President being resident is liable to create a clusterfuck of problems including but not limited to security issues and the presence of the President overshadowing the dead person could lead to the family not sending him an invite.

Having the First Lady show up at the dead First Lady's funeral in a clear "Yo Dawg" moment is probably less likely to stir up some shit even if she does try to turn the food table into some bunny food vegan shit that she's trying to feed to school chilluns.

Besides the Presidents schedule is probably booked months in advance. Going on lesbo talk shows and talking to dickhole Commies were probably put on the books some time ago. His schedule is probably completely booked and cannot allow for alteration to make it to any of these funerals. As well we know people don't die on a schedule and the planners of the funerals are unlikely to schedule the funeral around the Presidents schedule. Also how the fuck do you pronounce schedule, like ske-dule or sh-dule? I've heard people pronounce it both ways like its some skanky bisexual word.

Now to take back my defense of Obama, this is the President who regularly shows up on talk shows and other bullshit, so its not like he couldn't cancel a trip to go suck Ellen Degenerates dick and go suck some dead First Lady or Supreme Court Justicar dick. But again, its possible he wasn't even invited or his SS security detail in between paying for hookers told him a open funeral is a no-go compared to a enclosed studio.
>> No. 111226 ID: dda126
>I'd rather the officer not be a complete powertripping dick that does their job well than look presentable

Well don't think too much about it because you shall get neither!
>> No. 111228 ID: 53e7c0
Right. I don't think anyone would be saying anything if he wasn't so quick to step all over his dick in the media and press, and send government reps to Trayvon Martin and Mike Brown type funerals.
>> No. 111236 ID: edd03a

Jesus Christ, if I was the Captain he'd be on permanent Farva detail for having that on his duty weapon.
>> No. 111237 ID: 85e30a
There's a host of other reasons they shouldn't have EVER hired him, much less let him outside.

This nigger thought a sobbing, crawling man was "trying to get a better firing position."

I chased a violent junkie-who'd just assaulted my grandfather-out of my kitchen and away from my cowering grandparents with a knife and was calmer, more collected, and possessed of better judgement than this idiot.

Guy was looking for a fucking excuse, and the cops either didn't see it or were fine with it.

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111025 No. 111025 ID: 55d7fc hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

Malik I. Taylor, the rapper known as Phife Dawg who was a founding member of the seminal group A Tribe Called Quest, died yesterday at the age of 45.
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>shouldn't you be busy getting shot in the back by cops??
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>> No. 111125 ID: 2bad5d
Multiples Verified.
>> No. 111138 ID: 69dd78
Many same numbers!

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110943 No. 110943 ID: 53e7c0 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I hate to post stuff from the Truth About Guns, but I like this writer and he gives a really nice succinct rundown of the court proceedings and what it means in English.


The United States Supreme Court today threw out a Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court decision that stun guns were not covered under the Second Amendment.

From the concurring opinion of Alito:

"Electronic stun guns are no more exempt from the Second Amendment’s protections, simply because they were unknown to the First Congress, than electronic communications are exempt from the First Amendment, or electronic imaging devices are exempt from the Fourth Amendment."
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>> No. 111100 ID: 3e7c6f
My closet would be fucking filled with mx4s.
>> No. 111109 ID: 8468f4
How would it not stay open, we're just talking about hughes, you would still need to abide by the NFA for newly manufactures F/A
>> No. 111110 ID: 52ed6e
What will be more interesting, if Hughes falls, is seeing what weapons drop in value. Stuff like MG42s, MP40s, Thomspons, etc. probably won't decrease in value at all, while stuff like M16s and full auto AKs, possibly Stens and MACs too, will absolutely plummet. That $15k transferable Olympic Arms AR will be worth maybe 1/10 that after Hughes falls because everybody and their grandma will be churning out auto sears, lightning links and third hole lowers.
>> No. 111112 ID: 59e914

Brb, buying out all the shoelaces in a fifty mile radius.
>> No. 111113 ID: 986ad3
Fuck I'd make lightning links for everyone, my treat.

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Brussels was in a virtual lockdown Tuesday after twin explosions at the airport and a subway station near the headquarters of the European Union.

Speaking shortly before noon local time, Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel said "what we feared has happened" and says authorities are worried there will be more attacks.

At a news conference in Brussels, Michel added "there are many dead, many injured" from the attacks earlier Tuesday at the airport and a subway station. Border controls have been reinforced, he noted.

Belgian media reported more than a dozen fatalities from the explosions, which come four days after authorities arrested Salah Abdeslam, a fugitive in last year's deadly attack at a rock concert in Paris.

In a statement marked "aanslagen" — terror attacks in Dutch — the prosecutor's office in Brussels has warned people to stay inside until the situation is cleared up. Trains have stopped running between various stations in Belgium as authorities work to prevent other attacks.

After a few hours of uncertainty on the explosion during morning rush hour, it was the first official indication that indeed, they were expected to be terror attacks.

Authorities around Europe went into crisis mode, with various governments setting up meetings of their top anti-terror organizations. British airports are increasing security and Prime Minister David Cameron is convening the government's emergency committee. France has reinforced security at airports, train stations, metros.

Cameron said Britain would "do everything we can to help."
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>Of the 28 countries, 18 are increasing their military spending in real terms, the data indicates. Still, alliance members will spend a collective total $892 billion on defense in 2015, down from $942 billion in 2014 and $968 billion in 2013.

>European Defence Agency
>Annual budget €30 million (2009)
>The debate was joined with a view presented by NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, who maintained that "Nato will remain the bedrock of Euro-Atlantic security."

Talk about bullshit.

>When you become an EU member and start paying billions to cover things like increased social programs and helping Greece refill the money pit, you can't consequently blame NATO for the failure of defense.
Not only economy, now you shall also pay billions to NATO for security and receive nothing in return. Now that's classic American business.
>> No. 111092 ID: 53e7c0
As opposed to what, spending millions on keeping the USSR afloat?
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>So if I refuse to believe any old bullshit that's a belief?
Yeah if there's no empirical evidence otherwise.

>How about using the word "think"?
What? It's not about the word. What are you doing?

>If you could reason with religious people there would be no religious people.
I'm having trouble reasoning with you.

You're acting like belief is cancer or aids and you don't want to admit having it.

Belief is a fundamental cornerstone of human reason, we couldn't have axiomatic reasoning without believing in axioms.

Stop acting like a fedorababy.
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>> No. 111098 ID: 9dc901

>Yeah if there's no empirical evidence otherwise.

I believe I don't believe. That logic and whoever uses it is retarded.

I have a gun pointed at you right now.
You can't prove I don't, so it's in fact proof that I do.
Do you believe it?
Or you believe you don't believe?
See the retardation?

>What? It's not about the word. What are you doing?

Words describe stuff, you know, shit that happens and shit that is factual. Not just fantasy shit like gods.
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Don't ask people to prove a negative when it comes to religion. It's counterproductive.

Either way, if a god exists as described in the Bible, Torah or Quran, then he is a fucking dick. You'd be better off living on your own moral code than on his set of rules.
Modern religion has twisted those books into being acceptable in our modern society, but we cherry pick to make it so. So, is it the word of god or not? And if it's the word of god, you should not alter it to fit your needs. If it's not the word of god, thus allowing you to cherry pick, then why do you use it to justify your bullshit?

It should be obvious that by and large, your religion is chosen by the environment you grow up in. That simple fact should already be clear to you. If you were born in the middle east, Allah would be the one true god. If all other religions are so obviously wrong to you, what makes your own snowflake religion more real than theirs?

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