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110610 No. 110610 ID: e07445 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Trump shows up at a caucus Glenn Beck was at shilling for Cruz and does a speech
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>> No. 110657 ID: d0041a
These are good things, it's about fucking time someone put the evangelical right in their place and not pander to their horseshit.
It's either going to be live and let live and be left alone for them, or their going to see increased marginalization and hostility in politics.
And then there is the crowd who would rather vote Hillary than trump.......

I can't stand Rubio, he's just flat out wrong/flip flopping on immigration.

You know why this all sounding crazy? Because this primary is not for you; they aren't trying to get 20-30 something quasi libertarian average guy who uses logic 'yet', they (really and esp trump because he's swinging the narrative and target away from traditional conservatives) are trying to attract the discontent, fed up, disaffected, and the politically inefficate.

Isn't Trump's economic policy more like Barry Goldwater than Reaganomics? As in actually fiscal conservative?
>> No. 110659 ID: cfaec1
>just because they have more vested interest in "the system"
Not quite.
>> No. 110660 ID: cfaec1
  And of course this...
>> No. 110662 ID: 53e7c0
Uh yeah. There's a clear and well documented correlation between age, education, working experience, and political beliefs.

I see your snazzy youtube video by a talk show host, and raise you an actual scholarly source.

Conservatives have broader moral sense than liberals, says ‘Righteous Mind’ author
>> No. 110663 ID: 53e7c0
University of Virginia professor Jonathan Haidt’s research study asked individuals to answer questionnaires regarding their core moral beliefs, questions like what sorts of values they consider sacred, which they would compromise on, and how much it would take to get them to make those compromises. By themselves, these exercises are interesting.

But Haidt’s research went one step further, asking self-indentified conservatives to answer those questionnaires as if they were liberals and for liberals to do the opposite. What Haidt found is that conservatives understand liberals’ moral values better than liberals understand where conservatives are coming from. Worse yet, liberals don’t know what they don’t know; they don’t understand how limited their knowledge of conservative values is. If anyone is close-minded here it’s not conservatives.

Haidt is a self-identified leftist by the way. He went into the study with clear ideas about how the left was going to be the more "emotionally mature" and "open-minded" group, just like all the media buzzwords and propaganda says. However, Haidt's research, time after time shut his theory down.

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110646 No. 110646 ID: a18c5a hide watch quickreply [Reply]

The man suspected of killing three people at the Kansas lawnmower factory where he worked was served 90 minutes before his shooting spree with a court order to stay away from a woman who said he had abused her, authorities said on Friday.
>> No. 110647 ID: e07445
Racemixer, the guy was black. Do you honestly think democrats will even care?
>> No. 110649 ID: f4ee2b
a woman has been arrested for giving the guns to the suspect, whom she knew was a felon.
>Glock pistol
>AK47 rifle
>> No. 110650 ID: f2112f

>Glock pistol
>AK47 rifle

In other words a Hi-point and a Mossberg 500. Or since the article says .223 it could be a Olympic Arms AR.
>> No. 110658 ID: 90a126
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You would think with the amount of shootings they would hire someone who knows firearms. Of course that would mean first they'd have to find someone who knows firearms but is willing to work with a bunch of anti-gun media shills and two would mean they'd have to do something beyond making attention grabbing highly biased news reports.

I've said it befo and I'll say it again, the way to prevent these fucking shootings is to quit making celebs of the shooters. A bunch of lonely assholes who have nobody who loves them and want to be remembered will be far, FAR less likely to pop a cap in someones ass beyond themselves if the media wasn't turning them into stars, having in dept coverage of their entire lives and making them famous.

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110630 No. 110630 ID: 084a21 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Since their June 2014 capture of the Iraqi city of Mosul, Islamic State (IS) forces have fought numerous battles along a shifting front line, which spans Iraqi and Syrian territory, and have engaged nearly every armed force there. Despite suffering territorial losses in 2014–15, the group continues to hold significant ground in Iraq and Syria.

Since July 2014, Conflict Armament Research (CAR), an independent organisation mandated by the European Union to investigate the supply of weapons into armed conflicts, has worked in concert with Iraqi and Syrian forces to document materiel recovered in military action against IS forces. These partners include: the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units, the Iraqi Federal Police, the Kurdistan Region Security Council, the Peshmerga forces of the Kurdistan Regional Government, and the Military Council of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) in Syria. CAR documented the components presented in this report following their recovery during major battles around the Iraqi towns of al Rabia, Kirkuk, Mosul, and Tikrit and the Syrian town of Kobane.

IS forces have manufactured and deployed improvised explosive devices (IEDs) across the battlefield on a quasi-industrial scale. Responsible for a large number of civilian and military casualties, these improvised bombs endanger and significantly delay ground operations against IS positions, while threatening the safe return of displaced populations. Made of components that are cheap and readily available, IEDs have become IS forces’ signature weapon. Their chains of supply differ from those of military weapons. Indeed, for the most part, IED components are commercial goods that are not subject to government export licences and whose transfer is far less scrutinised and regulated than the transfer of weapons.

Full Report: http://www.conflictarm.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Tracing_The_Supply_of_Components_Used_in_Islamic_State_IEDs.pdf
>> No. 110631 ID: 084a21
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> Aluminium mixed with fertilizer is one of the most common forms of homemade explosive used by IS forces in Iraq and Syria.
> IS forces operating in Iraq and Syria almost exclusively use homemade explosives made from fertilizers, such as ammonium nitrate and urea, mixed with other chemical precursors
> IS forces regularly employ detonating cord in their IEDs to complete the explosive train between the detonator and the main explosive charge. The examples documented by CAR are commercial variants, which are used in both the mining and industrial sectors.
> IS forces employ a combination of electric and non-electric (plain) detonators during the fabrication of their IEDs, fuses, and improvised weapon systems (such as rockets, rocket-assisted mortars, and other improvised projected weapons). As with detonating cord, the examples documented by CAR are commercial variants used in both the mining and industrial sectors
> IS forces use wire and cable in the construction of IEDs in Iraq and Syria: copper wire for command-wire IEDs, and telecommunications cable for anti-handling devices.
> IS forces have used electronic components such as signal relays, transistors, and microcontrollers to initiate IEDs.
> IS forces have consistently used a specific model of mobile telephone in one type of remote-controlled IED employed in Iraq. (Nokia Model 105
Type RM-908)
>> No. 110632 ID: cfaec1
So Turkey is the main facilitator for IS weapons.

Third parties like China or Brazil might not even be sure where the stuff is ending up in, they just think they're selling to Turkey, a supposedly respectable country.

Meanwhile Turkey is funneling all of it into IS armament.
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110333 No. 110333 ID: 798a48 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
In the military, I changed my position on the draft because it's hard enough to get volunteers to do their fucking jobs. But I understand the point here after Asshole Carter rolled the bullshit ball down the hill.
>Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., a Marine veteran, and Rep. Ryan Zinke, R-Mont., a retired Navy SEAL, filed the Draft American’s Daughters Act to stoke debate over the military’s historic move to fully integrate female troops into all combat roles. If passed, women from 18-26 years old would for the first time have to join men in registering with the Selective Service program and potentially be forced to fight in future wars.

>“If this administration wants to send 18, 20-year-old women into combat, to serve and fight on the front lines, then the American people deserve to have this discussion through their elected representatives,” Hunter said in a released statement.

>On Tuesday, Marine Commandant Gen. Robert Neller and Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley testified to the Senate that they believe there no longer should be an exemption in the draft for half of the country’s population now that the military is all inclusive.

Now a brief synopsis of events involving women in the military.
Kate Germano and Ellen Haring are both in the same room at the same time. Remember that Kate Germano was booted out for having her head screwed on straight and Ellen Haring sued the Pentagon because she couldn't get her ticket punched by being in charge of a FET team despite being not remotely in shape for that shit.

Marines sound like they're going to fudge height and weight standards for female-types using a variant of a tired fat woman's excuse not to lift weights:

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>> No. 110578 ID: ae87b5

It's a valid position - requiring one gender to do something by law and not the other is inherently unequal. Independent of the argument over whether selective service is valid in itself is the argument that if we have the law it needs to be applied equally.
>> No. 110580 ID: 360765
>bringing high recoil guns kids cant handle
>so they can make "funny" vids
I disapprove of that generally.

I think everyone realizes that, and it's about time someone did it.
>> No. 110581 ID: 79b400
>high recoil

>> No. 110583 ID: 08f745

broham, I wasn't an exceptionally large kid and I had a fucking blast boiling the oils off the wood of a uncle's buddy's SKS and M1 Carbine at the age of 10.

AR's and AK's neither have high recoil, nor are you firing from the standing as a general rule for boy scouts. It's all prone sandbag or prone supported.
>> No. 110592 ID: 360765
  I could cut wood with the best of them at 13, that doesn't mean every kid can do it.

Just because one kid can do it doesn't mean everyone can, or that the teacher can supervise all of those who can't.

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Dozens of federal agents led by the FBI executed search warrants in Boulder City and in the Las Vegas Valley on Thursday in an investigation of corruption in the award of a $1 million government contract for a financial audit of Hoover Dam.

The dam is run by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, which oversees sale of electricity harnessed from the Colorado River to cities and power companies in the West. Agents executed a search warrant at the agency's regional office in Boulder City Thursday morning.

At the center of the FBI investigation are LL Bradford & Company, a Las Vegas accounting firm that won the audit contract last year, and Fredrick "Rick" J. Zaffarese-Leavitt, who has been financial management director of the Bureau of Reclamation regional office since 2010.
>> No. 110574 ID: 1b32b6
>feds raiding feds skimming funds from auditing books

what a dam mess
>> No. 110579 ID: 360765
But 254d85, 40fc42, 1aea9c, Doomguy, dece and sneakygit told me that the government can't do no wrong!
>> No. 110582 ID: 1aea9c
I never said that.
>> No. 110590 ID: 82a3e8
>sneakygit told me that the government can't do no wrong!
I have never said anything close to that ever.
>> No. 110591 ID: 90a126
Said that I never did.

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Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said his country is in a new Cold War with the U.S. and its allies, underscoring the tenuous level of trust that’s putting a day-old plan for a truce in Syria at risk.

The clash, with echoes of superpower rhetoric during the 20th century, played out at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday even as Russia, Europe and the U.S. say they’re seeking cooperation to end Syria’s civil war, resolve the armed standoff in eastern Ukraine and make progress toward lifting European economic sanctions against Russia.

Fresh from helping craft the accord for Syria, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov suggested that the U.S. is reneging on the agreement and put the chances of success at less than 50 percent. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, addressing the meeting separately, demanded an end to Russian bombing of groups opposed to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

“This is a hinge point,” Kerry told the Munich Security Conference on Saturday. “We hope this week can be a week of change. It is critical for all of us to take advantage of this moment to make this cessation of hostilities work.”

On stage at the international gathering of diplomats and defense officials, Medvedev set a different tone, blaming the U.S.-led North Atlantic Treaty Organization for stoking conflict. Jens Stoltenberg, the alliance’s secretary general, said Russia is using its nuclear arsenal to intimidate Europe.

“The political line of NATO toward Russia remains unfriendly and closed,” Medvedev said in a speech. “It can be said more sharply: We have slid into a time of a new Cold War.”
Airstrike Targets

All major outside powers in Syria’s five-year-old conflict, including the U.S., Russia, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Iran, on Friday backed a truce that’s set to start on Feb. 19. Peace efforts intensified as Russian President Vladimir Putin’s almost six-month bombing campaign backing Assad delivers results, with government forces threatening to drive rebels out of Aleppo, one of their strongholds.

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>> No. 110540 ID: 360765
And are the Russians dead? Have they been destroyed?

If this is true, then why do you spend your time obsessing about their destruction, which has already happened.
>> No. 110541 ID: dda126
>the modern fascist
>Western liberals and SJWs such as yourself?

This. There is nothing as fascist as the modern progressive left. For god's sake they are gender transitioning pre-pubescent children these days and call you a bigot if you disagree. That's well past Mengele and Unit 731 because at least their "experiments" had heuristic value.
>> No. 110556 ID: 7d9bf7
i believe there should be a swedenball as well in that last frame.
>> No. 110569 ID: d9a941
>"Turkey has a million man army and is within half a gas tanks drive from Russia"

Through what,the Caucasus? LOL, that would be great if they tried. Maybe then Byzantium will once again be in European hands.

The only reasons Turkey was brought into NATO was to cut off the Bosporus, interfere in the Greek Civil War and most importantly to base Air and Nuclear assets pointed at Baku, Sevastopol etc... (thereby triggering the Cuban Missile Crisis).

Turkey can under no circumstances accomplish anything aside from hypothetical air assets to the east or north. Or be the belligerant NATO sidekick in the same manner as Best Korea is for China...
>> No. 110599 ID: 9dc901
The usual suspects clamouring about how Russia is getting hit hard and how sanctions are totally working. Meanwhile in the real world Russia still doing what it wants in Ukraine and Syria.

inb4 Russia will collapse any second now

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110557 No. 110557 ID: b86cd3 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Putin helping out his neo-nazi buddies in Europe with bus-loads of refugees.
In the face of an increasingly perilous journey across the Mediterranean by boat, another crossing for asylum-seekers fleeing violence or joblessness at home is heating up: the Arctic Circle. Despite the cold temperatures, growing numbers of migrants and refugees are using the Russian north to enter Norway and Finland, causing the Nordic countries to consider drastic measures in response.

On Tuesday, Petteri Orpo, Finland’s interior minister, met with Col. Vladimir Kolokoltsev, his Russian counterpart, to discuss the increase in crossings from Russia, which have grown to 900 since last November, eclipsing the entire total for 2015. The meeting comes after Finnish officials expressed concern that Moscow was orchestrating the flow of asylum-seekers into Finland after Russia declared on Sunday that it is blocking their return in a dispute over some 5,400 migrants that Oslo wants to deport.

The faster and safer Arctic route has emerged as a viable alternative for asylum-seekers to the rough seas that have claimed thousands of lives crossing from Turkey to Europe. The Arctic Circle border crossing of Storskog, on the Russian-Norwegian border, has become a popular point of entry for would-be asylum-seekers who obtain Russian visas and then fly to Moscow where they make the journey by train near the Norwegian border, crossing by bicycle. Similarly, the Russian border town of Alakurtti is a growing conduit into Lapland, Finland’s northernmost region, where many asylum-seekers have entered by car.

Speaking at a European Union migrant crisis meeting on Sunday, Orpo told reporters that Helsinki was worried over the growing number of migrants and refugees coming from Russia, adding that “no one moves forward in the Russian border zone without Russian authorities being aware of it.”

Finnish Foreign Minister Timo Soini told Yle, Finland’s state broadcaster, last week and on Monday that the increased asylum-seeker traffic was linked to organized crime and did not rule out closing the northern border crossings with Russia.

“The impression that someone is organizing and regulating things on the Russian side is probably true,” Soini said.

The Finnish-Russian border has not been a popular crossing throughout Europe’s migrant crisis. Only 700 asylum-seekers crossed from Russia in 2015, but a recent report by the Finnish Border Guard said that number could swell to more than 7,500 for 2016 at the current rate. According to the same report, nearly half of the arrivals from Russia in 2015 were Afghan citizens, with many living in Russia for months or e
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>> No. 110558 ID: da34c8
>migrants want live in a better country than Russia
>this is Russia fault

I mean I guess..
>> No. 110559 ID: 360765
>western powers create crisis in syria
>try to overthrow assad by supporting islamists
>syrian refugees leave to russia and greece

>western powers sanction russia and austerity greece
>russia and greece even shittier to live in
>syrian refugees leave them for europe

>> No. 110600 ID: 9dc901
Sage goes in all fields.

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110542 No. 110542 ID: dda126 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

(Seriously, watch your titles.)
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>> No. 110549 ID: 037541
"Clearly your black lives do not matter."
>> No. 110550 ID: b86cd3
>traumatic brain injury guy

It checks out.
>> No. 110551 ID: 576963
Terminal Lance exploded with this on his facebook page. The comments there are so far legendary.
>> No. 110552 ID: 53e7c0
Read article. His synopsis checks out.
>> No. 110553 ID: dda126
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Pls comrade commissar don't have me fusilladed banned again!

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110290 No. 110290 ID: da34c8 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

>A Saudi military spokesman has said the kingdom is ready to send ground troops to fight Isis in Syria if the US-led coalition agrees.

>Brigardier General Ahmed Asiri told Dubai-based TV channel Al-Arabiya the country will commit ground troops to the conflict for the first time if its coalition partners agree during an upcoming meeting in Brussels


>Russia said on Thursday it suspected Turkey was preparing a military incursion into Syria, as a Syrian army source said Aleppo would soon be encircled by government forces with Russian air support.

>Aleppo, just 50 km (30 miles) south of the Turkish border, is a major strategic prize in the war and is currently divided into areas of government and opposition control. Many of the rebels fighting in and around the city have close ties to Turkey.

>This week, three days of intensive Russian bombing helped the army and allied fighters to sever a major supply line to the northwest of the city, in the process reaching two Shi'ite towns loyal to the government for the first time in 3-1/2 years

>The powerful Kurdish YPG militia, which controls wide areas of northern Syria, meanwhile added to the pressure on insurgents, capturing two villages near Nubul and al-Zahraa, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported.
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>> No. 110448 ID: e59f1a

>god these yahoos are starting to make Russia look honest and civil.

Turks are shit. They've always been shit. The only ones who can't see they are shit are the Western powers. Or more likely they don't want to see they are shit.
>> No. 110458 ID: da34c8
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>The United States pressed Turkey on Saturday to halt military strikes on Kurdish and Syrian regime targets Saturday in the northern province of Aleppo, as Ankara weighs a joint ground assault with Saudi troops.

>"We are concerned about the situation north of Aleppo and are working to de-escalate tensions on all sides," State Department spokesman John Kirby said in a statement.

>State-run news agency Anatolia, quoting a military source, said the armed forces shelled Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) targets around the town of Azaz, and also responded to regime fire on a Turkish military guard post in Turkey's southern Hatay region.

>tfw when Turkey wants have its NATO cake and eat it too.
>> No. 110460 ID: e59f1a

>"W‎e have urged Syrian Kurdish and other forces affiliated with the YPG not to take advantage of a confused situation by seizing new territory," Kirby said.
>> No. 110487 ID: dd78be
Turkey's value as a strategic NATO ally has long since passed
>> No. 110509 ID: da34c8
So now that the "rebels" in Aleppo are basically finished after a brutal anal reaming from regieme forces, Kurds, and SDF (American backed rebel coalition) and their Turkish/Saudi backers are fumbling to salvage the situation....


>FSA PR spokesman tweets "We ask ISIS to move in and take Mare and other towns nearby before 'Alawite regime' & 'communists' after the 'sahawat' have fled"

>"Sahawat" is a term used (in a derogatory manner) by ISIS to describe other Islamist rebels

How moderate of them.

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Millionaires living in states that expanded Medicaid are benefiting from government-sponsored health insurance, and taxpayers are footing the bill for it.

In states that expanded Medicaid, people with high net worths and low monthly incomes qualify for Medicaid because of loosened eligibility requirements implemented under Obamacare. And in rural states like Iowa, Americans whom many would consider wealthy are taking advantage of this “loophole” and enrolling in coverage paid for by taxpayers.

Jesse Patton, an insurance broker living in Iowa, has had clients with net worths ranging from $2 million to $5 million, which often stem from farmland or assets from divorce settlements. And those clients, he said, are enrolled in Medicaid in expansion states like Iowa.

“It was designed to help the lower-income population,” Patton told the Daily Signal of Medicaid. “But without the asset test, there are folks that have the financial means and assets there that are good at figuring out how to work the system and capture a benefit they’re entitled to.”Sign Up

Under the Affordable Care Act, states that opted to expand Medicaid did away with an asset test, which was previously used to determine eligibility in regular Medicaid. To qualify for the program, the government considered a combination of income and net worth.

Now, under the law, eligibility in states that did and did not expand Medicaid is linked solely to modified adjusted gross income, keeping it in line with the tax code.

“This was a move to standardize as much as possible, so you’re bringing in more people, but you’re not complicating the system to where you can’t figure it out,” Joy Wilson, director of health and human services policy at the National Conference of State Legislatures, told the Daily Signal.

Though changing the requirements for Medicaid eligibility put the program in line with the tax code, it also created a “loophole” for those many would consider wealthy to enroll in the government-sponsored program.
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>> No. 110421 ID: 3d25a3
Niggers told me I could afford 300+ a month... on retail wages.

I told them to suck my cock, and that i'll just continue not going to the doctors.

Fuck it, if I can run on a broken foot, I don't need "medical professionals."
>> No. 110422 ID: 634497

Mind if I ask what age range the pair of you fall into? Because as I understand it (which is only in very broad strokes since it doesn't affect me), younger people are basically buggered by default under the new law. It seems from what I've heard and read that, perversely, the only affordable option is to be dirt poor.
>> No. 110423 ID: 82a3e8
Thats her opinion on the matter too. Shes basically got the "If its real bad Ill go to the ER, hand em a dollar or two, and ignore hospital bills cause I sure as fuck cant afford em". Though shes got a damn cushy high paying gig now so she can prolly afford it.

Shes 30, Im going on uh... 29 I think. Yeah. 29.

But you are basically right as far as I can tell. Apparently for obummer care to work a bunch of 20 somethings have to pay out the ass so older folk can pay less. Social security anyone?
>> No. 110425 ID: a4acc8
You're going to have to be more specific. As the thread OP clearly shows, there is a LONG ass list.

Here's the full text btw.
>> No. 110488 ID: dd78be
Be dirt poor or be exempt from being penalized (ie a veteran) - I haven't been in the VA since I ETS's mind you but I sure as fuck am enjoying not getting taxed

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