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118423 No. 118423 ID: 7c7f93 Locked hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Trump urges ban on gun devices like bump stocks

https://www.denverpost.com/2018/02/20/trump-ban-bump-stocks/
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>> No. 118496 ID: 5c87e8
>>118494
Hippies were entitled egotists, bratty spoiled children who were never taught to behave. Their self-serving anti-war and anti-government sentiments ended once they were past the draft age and once they were old enough to have significant influence over the government respectively. All of the representative of liberal left who were of that generation stupidly voted to authorize the invasion of iraq.
also the same generation under who's leadership the federal deficit has grown over 2000%
>> No. 118498 ID: a79101
Life is a nightmare now.

You'll be wiretapped if you make a phone call and tracked by license plate readers if you drive.

If you go to a baseball game or Disneyland, you'll need to give your fingerprints, be molested, and be made to carry a microchip.

We're all slaves living in a prison.

Who would want to be born into this world?

https://truth-zone.net/forum/public-zone.html
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>> No. 118502 ID: a79101
The US used to love personal responsibility, freedom, morality, peace, and balanced budgets.

Americans are now embracing welfare, tyranny, immorality, war, and debt.

Some Americans are not adjusting well to the changes and the hypocrisy.

You just need to go outside to see the insanity. Have you noticed the panhandlers, the illegal immigrants, the cashier high on drugs, a black man using his fingers while pretending to shoot you, the homosexual in the gym shower leering at you, the white man spitting, the fat girl wearing pajamas at the supermarket, and the old lady driving slow on purpose in the parking lot talking to herself?

People living in the US would think this was normal, but Americans don't realize how far the USA has fallen until they travel abroad.

Being a fat, tattooed single mother in Vietnam would be shameful.
>> No. 118503 ID: 0ffdc8
Alright i'm tired of seeing this bullshit. I'm all for freedom of speech and all but give it a rest.


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118460 No. 118460 ID: 671fca hide watch quickreply [Reply]
https://www.militarytimes.com/news/your-military/2018/07/17/mavni-troops-falsified-records-were-security-risk-dod-says/

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118444 No. 118444 ID: 8c34e2 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
So we've all heard the news (and seen that youtube music video), but what will a "Space Force" actually look like?
Will it wear the same, or similar uniform to the Air Force, with similar rank structure? Will it follow Naval rank structure like the fictional Starfleet and UNSC? Will they have their own rockets, or piggyback everything on NASA rockets? What will be the extent of their capability?
http://thehill.com/opinion/national-security/395357-trumps-space-force-will-shake-up-our-militarys-bureaucracy-for-the


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118395 No. 118395 ID: 0aa17e hide watch quickreply [Reply]
>wagecucks pwnd
The average hourly wage paid to a key group of American workers has fallen from last year when accounting for inflation, as an economy that appears strong by several measures continues to fail to create bigger paychecks, the federal government said Tuesday.

For workers in “production and nonsupervisory” positions, the value of the average paycheck has declined in the past year. For those workers, average “real wages” — a measure of pay that takes inflation into account — fell from $22.62 in May 2017 to $22.59 in May 2018, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said.

This pool of workers includes those in manufacturing and construction jobs, as well as all “nonsupervisory” workers in service industries such health care or fast food. The group accounts for about four-fifths of the privately employed workers in America, according to BLS.

Without adjusting for inflation, these “nonsupervisory” workers saw their average hourly earnings jump 2.8 percent from last year. But that was not enough to keep pace with the 2.9 percent increase in inflation, which economists attributed to rising gas prices.

“This is very likely because of the spike in oil prices eating into inflation-adjusted earnings,” said Allen Sinai, chief global economist and strategist at Decision Economics. “We pay for energy-related costs out of our wages, out of our compensation. And it's making a real impact.”

The fall in those wages has alarmed some economists, who say paychecks should be getting fatter at a time when unemployment is low and businesses are hiring.

“This is odd and remarkable,” said Steven Kyle, an economist at Cornell University. “You would not normally see this kind of thing unless there were some kind of external shock, like a bad hurricane season, but we haven't had that.”

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>> No. 118397 ID: e3e022
>>118395
Actually wages in the United States haven't gone up for a half century or so.

http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2014/10/09/for-most-workers-real-wages-have-barely-budged-for-decades/

https://thinkprogress.org/wages-have-been-stagnant-for-40-years-but-its-not-the-fault-of-american-workers-ede9b2133989/

But since there's nobody here to [read them], why are you posting on a dead chan?
>> No. 118399 ID: 9dcda2
Inflation keeps rising because minimum wage keeps rising. If the bottom of the scale moves up, everyone is moved down to meet them.
>> No. 118403 ID: a8533b
>>118399
Inflation is alot more complicated than that but minimum wage doesn't help it
>> No. 118404 ID: 49da9b
>>118403
The minimum wage in China and the price of shipping has got to have more impact on the price of goods in America than any local or regional ordinances would.
>> No. 118405 ID: 9e8f6d
>>118404
Fun aside: did you know that the United States Government subsidizes Chinese shippers and literally eBay to the tune of probably hundreds of millions per year? This guy seems to think so:

http://www.nerdylorrin.net/jerry/postages/ebay.html


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118349 No. 118349 ID: 668625 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
But remember, Trump says there are bad people on both sides and that this has been the best administration for the 2nd Amendment ever!

https://www.thedailybeast.com/dimitrios-pagourtzis-reportedly-idd-as-santa-fe-texas-shooting-suspect/
>Dimitrios Pagourtzis, the suspected gunman who opened fire at a Texas high school on Friday morning, apparently posted photos of neo-Nazi iconography online, according to social media accounts flagged by classmates and reviewed by The Daily Beast.

>Pagourtzis, 17, was booked into Galveston County Jail for capital murder on Friday. He allegedly killed 10 people at Santa Fe High School, where he was a student. Explosive devices were left inside the school near Houston, authorities said. Pagourtzis reportedly had an assault-style rifle, shotgun, and pistol.

>Texas Gov. Greg Abbott told reporters that Pagourtzis said in journals he wanted to kill himself after the shooting. Instead, he surrendered to police.

>Before his arrest was announced, two Santa Fe students also told The Daily Beast that Pagourtzis was the gunman and they confirmed a Facebook account with Pagourtzis’ name belonged to him. Attempts by The Daily Beast to reach Pagourtzis’ family were unsuccessful.

>On April 30, Pagourtzis apparently posted a t-shirt with “born to kill” printed on the front, boasting that it was custom-made.

>That same day, Pagourtzis posted multiple pictures of a duster jacket emblazoned with a variety of symbols including the Iron Cross, a German military award last given by the Nazis, and a hammer and sickle. He said he equated the Iron Cross with “bravery,” and the hammer and sickle with “rebellion.”
>> No. 118355 ID: df2e8d
>Trumpfan

Proof? (you have none)
>> No. 118358 ID: 03b30b
Ban assault faggots.


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118346 No. 118346 ID: 5b28e6 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/las-vegas-shooter-claimed-americans-needed-wake-up-call-article-1.3994558

>The man, whose name has been redacted, gave a jailhouse interview in November saying he met up with Paddock outside a sporting goods store after posting an online ad to sell schematics to convert semi-automatic guns to fire automatically.

>"Somebody has to wake up the American public and get them to arm themselves," the man said Paddock told him less than a month before the Oct. 1 shooting that killed 58 people and injured hundreds. "Sometimes sacrifices have to be made."

>Paddock also ranted about "camps" the Federal Emergency Management Agency set up after Hurricane Katrina, which he claimed were a "dry run for law enforcement and military to start kickin' down doors and … confiscating guns."

>In a handwritten account, a woman said she overheard a man she believes to be Paddock talking with another man at a Las Vegas restaurant just three days before the massacre. She told police that Paddock seemed angry about the 1990s standoffs at Waco, Texas, and Ruby Ridge in Idaho.

>"At the time, I just thought 'strange guys' and I wanted to leave," said the woman.


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118340 No. 118340 ID: 94b9f3 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/13/trump-says-he-and-xi-jinping-working-to-get-zte-back-into-business.html
>"President Xi of China, and I, are working together to give massive Chinese phone company, ZTE, a way to get back into business, fast. Too many jobs in China lost. Commerce Department has been instructed to get it done!" Trump wrote on Twitter.

>The Chinese technology company earlier this month suspended its main operations after the U.S. Commerce Department banned American supplies to its business.

oh gee why did ZTE get placed under sanctions?
https://www.politico.com/story/2018/05/13/trump-zte-china-sanctions-korea-iran-584244
>In March 2017, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross made the initial announcement of an "unprecedented" $1.19 billion penalty leveled against ZTE for violating U.S sanctions by shipping telecommunications equipment to Iran and North Korea. ZTE, which reached an agreement with the government on the charges, was further accused of lying to investigators and obstructing a probe into their actions.

>Last month, Commerce Department decided to trigger the harshest penalty in the agreement, which was initially suspended in 2017. Because ZTE made additional false statements during the probation period, the department banned American companies from buying or selling the phone maker's products for the next seven years.

>In an April letter setting out the company's actions, the Commerce Department said the phone maker engaged in a "extensive conspiracy," approved by the then-CEO to evade U.S. laws.

>"As a result of the conspiracy, ZTE was able to obtain hundreds of millions of dollars in contracts with and sales from Iranian entities to ship routers, microprocessors. and servers controlled under the Regulations for national security, encryption, regional security, and/or anti-terrorism reasons to Iran," Richard R. Majauskas, acting assistant secretary of commerce for export enforcement, wrote in the April 15 denial order letter to ZTE.

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>> No. 118344 ID: eaea67
May 11th: A Chinese sate-owned construction company loans $500 million to a Indonesian construction project that has Trump properties involved.

May 13th: TOO MANY JOBS IN CHINA LOST!
https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2018/5/15/17355202/trump-zte-indonesia-lido-city


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118165 No. 118165 ID: 336722 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
zOMG SoL could be out of jail for Christmas!
http://www.11alive.com/article/news/local/13investigates-will-lauren-giddings-killer-get-a-new-trial/93-530201238

Four years after he admitted to the murder of his neighbor and Mercer Law classmate Lauren Giddings, Stephen McDaniel will soon get another day in court to explain why he believes he deserves a new trial.

McDaniel filed a Habeas Corpus petition in February stating his constitutional rights were violated during the pre-trial proceedings.

In part, he claims the previous Bibb District Attorney gained access to legal documents McDaniel requested from jail and prosecutors used that information against him in court.

McDaniel also questions the competence of his attorneys for not pursuing this and other issues in court.

"Part of the strength and benefit of a guilty plea is that assurance that it is very unlikely to be undone," said Bibb District Attorney David Cooke.

He says it is extremely unlikely that a judge would grant McDaniel's request given the circumstances surrounding the case.

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>> No. 118173 ID: 61e76a
>>118167
indeed.
>> No. 118196 ID: 061821
>According to Mike Minerva, a Tallahassee public defender and member of the defense team, a pre-trial plea bargain was negotiated in which Bundy would plead guilty to killing Levy, Bowman and Leach in exchange for a firm 75-year prison sentence. Prosecutors were amenable to a deal, by one account, because "prospects of losing at trial were very good." Bundy, on the other hand, saw the plea deal not only as a means of avoiding the death penalty, but also as a "tactical move": he could enter his plea, then wait a few years for evidence to disintegrate or become lost and for witnesses to die, move on, or retract their testimony. Once the case against him had deteriorated beyond repair, he could file a post-conviction motion to set aside the plea and secure an acquittal.
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Any hidden memes in this pic?
>> No. 118239 ID: a40395
>>118196
bundy was a law student too. imagine going to law school because you're planning on murdering people and you want to know how to beat the prosecution. criminal masterminds! well not really, but close.
i wonder how many people go to law school with the intention of committing crimes and using their knowledge of the law to get away with it. i live only a mile from a law school. thank god i'm armed to the teeth.
>> No. 118336 ID: 336722
  >check out this incredibly smarmy and hate filled piece of "objective journalism" by podunk kovac of macon, ga. this is the type of stuff that make you wonder if SoL really could ever get a fair shake from the rural georgia county legal system with the way everyone down there goes into hysterics if something bad happens to a white girl. people used to make fun of that kind of bullshit and of halfwitted yellow journalism, but these days anything goes
>you can send email to the article's author at jkovac@macon.com

Confessed killer in Lauren Giddings dismemberment murder sues lawyer for malpractice
The contentious-yet-tenuous legal wranglings of Stephen McDaniel continue to confound and hassle some of the very people who helped keep him off death row.

A month after graduating from law school in 2011, McDaniel broke into the apartment of Lauren Giddings, his next-door neighbor and Mercer University law school classmate, then strangled her and cut up her body.

In 2014, McDaniel, now 32, pleaded guilty and described in open court his version of how Giddings was slain. Earlier this year, though, in a last-ditch form of appeal that he filed from prison, McDaniel claimed that the police and prosecutors — and his own lawyers — may have wronged him.

Then last Wednesday, on what would have been Giddings’ 34th birthday, McDaniel, in a handwritten civil filing claiming legal malpractice, sued one of his former defense attorneys for upward of $200,000. McDaniel’s lawsuit contends that Macon lawyer Floyd Buford mishandled a wrongful-death lawsuit that Giddings’ parents filed against McDaniel after the killing.

McDaniel, serving a life sentence with the possibility of parole, now claims that Buford settled the wrongful-death claim against McDaniel’s wishes. Under the settlement, McDaniel, should he ever earn any money, would owe the Giddings family up to $80 million.

But McDaniel contends there was an offer to settle, one that Buford ignored, that would have imposed no financial sanctions and required only that McDaniel never earn any money from a book about the murder, if he chose to write one.
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118249 No. 118249 ID: 66bcae hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Moments before the first shot, James Shaw Jr. was watching a Waffle House employee wash dishes, stacking them higher and higher. When the first shot was fired, Shaw thought the tower of plates had come crashing down, he would later recount at a news conference. At 3:25 a.m. Sunday, police cars stormed toward the restaurant in the Nashville neighborhood of Antioch.

Shaw, 29, had gone to a club with his best friend Saturday night. Afterward, the two went to a Waffle House on Bell Road, but it was crowded, so they drove to the one at 3571 Murfreesboro Pike.
The Metro Nashville Police Department said that the suspect, Travis Reinking, arrived in the Waffle House parking lot at 3:19 a.m. Sunday and sat in his pickup truck for about four minutes staring at the customers inside. Then he got out, wearing only a green jacket and carrying a AR-15 rifle, and fatally shot two people outside the Waffle House, police said. He then went into the restaurant and continued shooting, they said. Two more people would die. The suspect, feared to be armed and wanted for murder, has not been found.

[Waffle House shooting: Authorities seized suspect’s AR-15 after arrest at White House last year]

At the news conference Sunday afternoon, Nashville police spokesman Don Aaron said that as the gunman was shooting, “a patron of the restaurant, James Shaw Jr., ran to the restroom area of the Waffle House, saw that the shooting had stopped, and saw an opportunity to intervene. Mr. Shaw wrestled the rifle away from Reinking and tossed it into another part of the restaurant to end the gunfire. Mr. Shaw saved, obviously, many lives in his heroic action.”

After the third gunshot, the window burst, Shaw said, and Waffle House employees scattered. Looking back, he saw someone lying on the ground at the door. He jumped toward the restroom, he would later tell the Tennessean newspaper, and stood behind a swivel door, where a bullet grazed his arm.

That’s when Shaw decided to act.

“I kind of made up my mind, because there was no way to lock that door, that if it was going to come down to it, he was going to have to work to kill me,” he said.

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118168 No. 118168 ID: f5c3ed hide watch quickreply [Reply]
>R. Lee Ermey, a former Marine Corps drill instructor known to millions of moviegoers as the sadistic Gunnery Sergeant Hartman in Stanley Kubrick's "Full Metal Jacket," died Sunday morning, according to his longtime manager. He was 74.

>In a statement posted on Twitter, Bill Rogin said Ermey had died due to complications from pneumonia.

>"He will be greatly missed by all of us," Rogin wrote. "Semper Fi, Gunny. Godspeed."

http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2018/04/15/full-metal-jacket-actor-r-lee-ermey-dies-at-age-74.html
>> No. 118169 ID: 81deda
Time to put that autograph I got on ebay. In all seriousness, I never saw an Ermey role I didn't like. The man was a gem. Sad to see him go.
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>> No. 118240 ID: 56a253
F

The gunny was a real man.
>> No. 118241 ID: afa433
>>118240
>The gunny was a real man.

A bit of a dumbass to be fair, but he was awesome.


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