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originally posted by: LughnaCosan
a reply to: doobydoll
Interesting that Trump and his Q are sitting just this side of the eleventh hour.
That is if one should actually see the clock face!
A Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy falsely claimed last week he was shot by a sniper at the Lancaster sheriff’s station. He’ll now be the subject of a criminal investigation, officials said late Saturday.
“Liberalism” – a political philosophy embracing individual rights, consent of the governed, rule of law under a limited constitutional government, and peace. The rest of the world uses the word correctly, as far as I can tell, and the US used to use “liberal” correctly, but for about 80 years we have erroneously used it to mean “Left”. It does not mean “Left” and should not be applied to people who wish to abandon traditional liberal principles such as free speech, presumption of innocence, or limited constitutional government (e.g., by wanting to pack the Supreme Court). Because American readers often have confused notions of what “liberal” actually means, I will include some rough (but not precise) equivalents for readers’ reference:
originally posted by: LughnaCosan
a reply to: doobydoll
Observations...See something, Say something!
And five and two are 7...
If memory serves, is 7 not associated with a purification and a spiritual awakening?
originally posted by: kwakakev
Epstein Alive, In Military Detention
A recent report from David Zublick Channel. JE is in witness protection. Has a $100 Million bounty on his head.
originally posted by: carewemust
Leaked-- Inspector General Michael Horowitz has determined that all four fisa applications were illegally obtained.
originally posted by: PokeyJoe
a reply to: carewemust
I REALLY REALLY want to believe what Joe DiGenova says is true. I really do....its just that nothing he has said has come to fruition yet.
In its summary of this week's Wyoming outing, the FT also wrote that "the developed world had experienced a “regime shift” in economic conditions, James Bullard, president of the St Louis Federal Reserve, told the Financial Times.
"Something is going on, and that’s causing I think a total rethink of central banking and all our cherished notions about what we think we’re doing," Bullard admitted. "We just have to stop thinking that next year things are going to be normal... They’ve priced in that there’s going to be uncertainty, there are going to be tweets, there are going to be threats and counter-threats,” said the St Louis Fed president. "And that’s the way it’s going to be."
In short, central bankers "acknowledged they had reached a turning point in the way they viewed the global system. They cannot rely on the tools they used before the financial crisis to shape the economic environment, and the US can no longer be considered a predictable actor in economic or trade policy — even though there is no imminent replacement for the US dollar in sight.
While long overdue, the blunt introspection by central bankers was unexpected: a paradigm shift in perception and self-appraisal usually takes place after years of failure - such as that observed ever since the financial crisis, where instead of sparking an economic rebound, central bankers only made the rich richer by creating hyperinflation in fiancial assets while keeping wages and incomes for the vast majority subdued, and inspired the greatest wealth and income divide in history, culminating in such 6-sigma events as Brexit, Trump, and the populist revolution observed across most of Europe.
originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
BBC just reported that Joe Walsh (R) just announced a presidential run... calling POTUS a narcissist.
Walsh is a nobody. He's likely angling for a cabinet position in Trump's second term.
what was his most detailed denial to date, the embattled Duke of York again tried to downplay the idea that he was ever really friends with Epstein, referring to his “association or friendship” with the financier and saying he only saw him one or two times a year. Andrew also insisted that he knows it was “a mistake and an error” to continue seeing Epstein after the convicted pedophile was released from a Florida jail in 2009.
But Andrew’s carefully worded statement was immediately derided by royal observers and journalists closely following revelations about Epstein that have emerged since the multimillionaire’s suicide.
The revelations have included information about: the multiple flights Andrew took with Epstein on the financier’s private jets; a 2001 photo of the duke with a 17-year-old girl he has been accused of having sex with; Andrew’s reported decision to host Epstein at Queen Elizabeth’s Balmoral estate in 1999 and then to have him as a guest at his 40th birthday party at Windsor Castle in 2000 with the queen and Prince William; Andrew’s six-day visit to Epstein’s Manhattan mansion in December 2010, during which he was seen by a literary agent getting foot massages by two attractive young Russian women.
The statement released yesterday by Prince Andrew was staggeringly arrogant, disingenuous and dishonest,” added Daily Mail columnist Angela Levin. “Ask yourself this: How many associates do you have at your significant birthday celebrations and family events? But it gets worse. In the autumn of that year, Andrew flew to New York and attended a Halloween ‘hookers and bondage’ party in Manhattan hosted by Epstein.”