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Posted in: Israel strikes targets in Syria after missile attack See in context

More blowback from Trump's stupidity of completely disengaging from Iran on the nuclear restraint and inspection agreement.

Iran never had any intentions on abiding the treaty, they (Obama administration) would have done so, but that was never the intention, not to mention their money that we confiscated from them, they wanted it back, but we help that used it over their heads as a sanction tool and Obama decided to undermine that most important detail. If you’re going to talk about why Iran is upset, let’s go to the beginning first to find out why

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Posted in: Biden aims for momentum as U.S. returns to climate fight See in context

Per capita the US is actually by far a bigger polluter than India or China. 

https://theaseanpost.com/article/china-worlds-biggest-polluter-numbers

Not according to the numbers

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Posted in: Biden aims for momentum as U.S. returns to climate fight See in context

Isn't it amazing that Trump supporters continue to defend Russia and China....over their own country...

Says the people that supported a failed internal coup and propped Russia and fails to criticize China.

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Posted in: Minneapolis police face investigation after Floyd murder verdict See in context

According to some because there are no racist laws or segregation there is no racism.

No one is claiming that. The problem is, liberals conflate the two. They link racial problems to racism and although not directly but indirectly implying that the US is a racist nation and it’s not.

Even the rich blacks still experience racism at times. They too are often judged by the color of their skin, not by the color of their skin.

There is also a lot of racism among blacks as well, between light and dark-skinned blacks and that’s another secret that the left refuses to talk about. These are deep topics that liberals and the black community will openly talk about.

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Posted in: Minneapolis police face investigation after Floyd murder verdict See in context

There were tributes to the dead police officer after the failed insurgency of the Capitol.

The officer the left tried to use to advance their political agenda, the same people that demonized the police for over a year a called for their defunding, but the elites need them like Maxine Waters? She made sure she had the police and private security protect her. So ironic. Now that we know this officer died of natural causes I sincerely hope the left stops using this guy’s name in vain. They got what they wanted yesterday and for many on the left it’s still not enough.

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Posted in: Minneapolis police face investigation after Floyd murder verdict See in context

The are non-white billionaires in other countries too. Not just America.

I’m talking about America the nation where the majority of the richest blacks were born and live in.

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Posted in: Minneapolis police face investigation after Floyd murder verdict See in context

The problem with the Right is that they see racism in nothing, even when it's there and verified.

The difference is that, the left make claims of racism and their media surrogates without a shred of evidence label them as facts.

They have a false belief that we passed laws on equality and suddenly everything changed, as if America leveled the playing field overnight.

It wasn’t overnight and Obama’s Presidency put that rant to sleep. Again, America is not perfect, and we do have problems with racial issues for example, in every major black city that votes for and supports Democrats have the lowest standard of living why is that? For over 60 years the Democrats have done nothing to better the lives of their largest voters and support base.

Changing the laws is great, but denying blacks the right to own homes 60 years ago is still being felt by a black person today

But you can’t lean on that and use that as a legitimate argument or think it will help bolster your argument.

because there's no wealth that's been passed down from his grandparents. The playing field is definitely not level and won't be for quite some time.

So in moving forward what are blacks going to do? Will they stop embracing the Democrat policies that continue to financially hold them down? Will they try and push for less dependency on Federal government and embrace self-reliance and the only solution to upward mobility is to never depend heavily on big government. Will blacks stop listening to white liberals telling them they’re victims and and white conservatives are their oppressors when they( white liberals ) are the ones holding them back socially, economically and racially?

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Posted in: Minneapolis police face investigation after Floyd murder verdict See in context

If America wasn't racist there would be no KKK, Proud Boys, white supremacists. Racism remains ingrained in society.

...or BLM, Black Panthers, Nation of Islam

The Floyd case was won but thousands of others never make it to the courts.

This is true, a lot of dead officers as well and none of the liberal networks pay tributes to the people that try and uphold the law. The US is not perfect, but again, blacks could never reach the level of billionaire status in any other first world nation other than the United States and if whites were so racists every black prominent leader and celeb wouldn’t be where they are today.

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Posted in: Biden aims for momentum as U.S. returns to climate fight See in context

Trump did nothing but turn tail - handing over the leadership role, and influence, to Russia and China...

Which started before his administration that stupid photo op if that reset Russian summit where Hillary brought and gave Lavrov that comical button was the beginning of Russia inching towards China not to mention her meddling in the Russia elections didn’t help either. Besides verbal rhetoric and political posturing Biden and the Dems with the exception of sanctions won’t do anything.

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Posted in: Putin vows quick, tough response if West encroaches on Russia's security interests See in context

Here is a thread from yesterday regarding the US and China which, oddly enough, you didn't comment on:

I know the thread and?

Feel free to post your comments about China there. This article is about Russia.

I did, but since Russia and China are establishing closer military ties we should just ignore that because it makes the left feel uncomfortable? Give me a break.

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Posted in: Minneapolis police face investigation after Floyd murder verdict See in context

I think there are pieces to the puzzle that aren't on the table yet regarding race in America. We're still stumbling through the conversation. 

We are fine with race. Nothing like the days of Bull Connor or the heyday where whites held blacks with impunity.

I think one of the issues is a lack of nuance for each situation. Everything tends to be presented as racist or not racist and it's just never that black and white.

But Democrats have been and still use the race card for political gains. If America were a racist nation Obama would never have made it to the highest office, No Oprah, No LeBron, No BET, No Sharpton, No Maxine Waters. The US is not perfect, there’s always room for improvement, but to imply that the nation is racist is just a ludicrous joke.

I support police reform on many levels, but this is just going to backfire badly for the Dems and in doing this, they just created more GOP voters, thanks Garland.

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Posted in: Biden aims for momentum as U.S. returns to climate fight See in context

Biden reclaiming America’s leadership role on the international stage.

Yes, and put America and Americans on the back of the line.

It’s great given conservatives have forced the US into a position of lagging behind China in renewable energy sources,

At the same time China and India as the worlds biggest polluters can continue to build and advance their societies as well as building up their military, so while they forge ahead, we’re constrained because we need to embrace the new Green Deal? No wonder our adversaries love Biden. Who could blame them?

which will result in America’s dependence on China in the future as oil falls by the wayside

We were energy dependent but the Dems canceled that check. 2022 can’t come fast enough.

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Posted in: Putin vows quick, tough response if West encroaches on Russia's security interests See in context

Russia is as much of a threat to the US as China. Good thing the US now has a president willing to stand up to both countries instead of capitulating to and appeasing them like the previous president.

I disagree, the Russia of today is not like the former Soviet Union, doesn’t even have the economy or military structure with the exception of its nukes to reliably start a war with the US. From 1989 to 1998, Russian output dropped 45%, as the economic reforms following the Soviet collapse in 1991 took effect. By 2000, the nation's GDP was between 30% and 50% of its pre-collapse output. In 2017, gas made up 59% of Russia's exports and 25% of its total revenue, according to the World Bank. Now that doesn’t mean that the Russians aren’t a problem, they are dangerous in other ways of espionage, hacking, spreading political disinformation, interfering and meddling in our political system.

Communist China on the other hand is a serious cancerous threat to the US, from stealing our intellectual property, using its economic power to damage and undermine our economy, using the left to use woke culture and racism to push and advance their political agenda, they worked their way into our social media, msm, sports, TV, music, committing genocide on their own religious Muslim population, thinking that international waters belongs to them, hacking into the Pentagon and using hackers to cause serious security threats to the US, China is building their military and using close to 18% of its GDP to achieve this and Biden on the other hand wants to cut our military budget. This makes the Chinese and the Russians to lesser extent ecstatic.

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Posted in: Czech, Russian envoys fly home amid depot explosion dispute See in context

You are posting that the BBC is no longer a reputable source of journalism.

For the US overall, that is correct.

I think you are wrong. The BBC World News is watched and listened to, in more than 200 countries by 450 million people. More than any American news channel.

Again, I was talking about the US and again, FNC is the most-watched news channel and has been so for 20 years pretty much straight, even after the former Presidential election and many stopped watching they still beat the competition.

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Posted in: Apple unveils new products, schedules privacy crackdown See in context

The new M1 Mac mini offers great processing power at affordable prices

I just bought it, it is indeed fantastic not going to lie. Speed is unbelievable. I customized mine 2TB

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Posted in: Apple unveils new products, schedules privacy crackdown See in context

I have a brother in New York, professional full time sound engineer and musician with a studio. Macbook Pro's and iMac Pro's and an iPad Pro which he uses for more than a Logic Pro remote.

Logic Pro X does not work at all on iOS.You can only use Logic Remote to control Logic. (Or other screen sharing/control surface solutions) I get what you’re saying, but it’s still not the standard yet and won’t be for some time. Again, it’s getting there, but when I’m out in the field and doing my work, it’s not suitable yet, I hope it will be one day.

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Posted in: Apple unveils new products, schedules privacy crackdown See in context

The majority of users including those in business can replace their laptops with an iPad

Not in Hollywood and not in the music industry quite yet, but one day, some day, I think it will. But for now it’s a handy control device that I can use as a Logic Pro remote

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Posted in: Apple unveils new products, schedules privacy crackdown See in context

Apple supports both Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro

I already know that being an Apple user since 1995 thanks anyway, but that’s not what I was talking about. iPads for the most part don’t support or offer or have the processing powers that the the Mac computers have. The new ‌iPad Pro‌ models that now support Thunderbolt, making them compatible with additional external, it’s good news, but now quite there yet.

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Posted in: Apple unveils new products, schedules privacy crackdown See in context

Already replacing the use of laptops.

Not quite yet, especially when it comes to complex assignments like music or film, Apple still has a way to go before it do heavy tasks such as Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro.

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Posted in: Minneapolis ex-policeman Chauvin convicted of murder in Floyd case See in context

He was married to a Laotian woman. Race supremacists tend to object to mixed marriages -- never mind being in one! LOL.

Chauvin went way over the line, there’s no dispute about it and we can all agree on that, but a racist? It’s absolutely disgusting that the media and even in the WH throw in that racial component. Just focus on the real issue what he is: rogue and crooked cop, leave race out it. Now we need more funding than every to retrain the police and find other alternative means to bring a suspect in, other non-lethal weapons is a start as well as community policing and interacting more with the community it all helps.

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Posted in: Biden OKs more foreign seasonal workers as economy improves See in context

Nice misquoting just to get in a dig at Democrats.

Not me, the Democrats. They did that to themselves..

Given “[e]mployers must show they tried to recruit U.S. workers and then certify that they will suffer “irreparable harm” without a foreign, seasonal worker in order to qualify for the program,” you have no basis for your outrage.

Yeah, I do.

https://cis.org/Report/There-Are-No-Jobs-Americans-Wont-Do

Makes sense to me

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Posted in: Biden OKs more foreign seasonal workers as economy improves See in context

This isn’t a logical

Americans have been saying that about the Dems policies for 35 years regarding immigration.

Yet you’re vehemently opposed to documented immigrants

Over Americans first, yes. And most people would feel the same in most countries. But the left continue to help Trump and the right.

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Posted in: Biden OKs more foreign seasonal workers as economy improves See in context

You haven’t yet read the article. Seasonal workers receive visas, which means they aren’t undocumented immigrants.

Seasonal, not citizens and why not give Americans first attention to the lack of jobs first?

If Americans actually wanted those jobs, there wouldn’t be a need for the seasonal workers. Logic is difficult!

I read the argument, but that’s the typical left talking points that liberals spew about illegals since I was in high school. But they don’t fill them, they never do. California is an example of that. Dems have been saying this crap for years and yet, as the number of illegals grow, the unemployment and homelessness continues to grow and Americans have no option but to leave with the highest cost of living and unless you work in Silicone Valley why would anyone want to stay? They’re not, nor should they. Let the Dems bring in more of these people, it helps the GOP.

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Posted in: Biden OKs more foreign seasonal workers as economy improves See in context

This is completely irrelevant to Americans not clamoring for these jobs.

Ok, so screw Americans and don’t even attempt to consider them for employment as citizens that were born on American soil. Again, as people leave that State and leave it to its rapid decline, the Democrat party is making it to easy for the GOP House.

It also indicates that you support undocumented immigrants

I don’t support illegals period! I support “legal immigrants” that came to America through the legal system, the same system my grand parents used when they came to the States. I don’t support law breakers of any kind for any reason.

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Posted in: Biden OKs more foreign seasonal workers as economy improves See in context

The visas are used to fill jobs in landscaping, construction, hotels and restaurants as well as in seafood and meat processing plants and amusement parks.

Over Americans, so these job pay decent wages, that means, Americans sidelined in order to give illegals the job first? As bad as the Democrats are and they’re at their worst, I’m astounded that they really want to lose the house THAT badly.

Are you under the impression that the H-2B visa is only available in California?

No, but since California has the highest number of illegals and homelessness it would make more sense that trying to give these people jobs is going to be a difficult task.

https://www.latimes.com/opinion/readersreact/la-ol-le-homeless-myths-immigrants-20190614-story.html

If you are upset

I’m not upset, I saw what was happening and moved to Texas, we don’t have that problem where illegals get jobs over Americans.

https://www.reviewjournal.com/opinion/opinion-columns/wayne-allyn-root/commentary-illegal-immigrants-have-turned-california-into-the-american-nightmare/

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Posted in: Biden OKs more foreign seasonal workers as economy improves See in context

Reasonable. It’s not as if Americans are clamoring for these jobs.

Ok and still in California so many illegals are still homeless and jobless especially due to this pandemic, so what jobs is this fool talking about filling?

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Posted in: Queen Elizabeth marks 95th birthday, days after husband's funeral See in context

Happy birthday your majesty, sorry for your loss, hope your reign will go one for years to come even in this most difficult time.

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Posted in: Minneapolis ex-policeman Chauvin convicted of murder in Floyd case See in context

The screeching 180s our conservative posters have done on this case are stunning. Those of us with memories remember the numerous posts from those posters attempting to defend Chauvin’s actions by constantly pointing to Floyd’s criminal records and the drugs in his system.

Oh, so that’s irrelevant? You can’t walk and chew gum at the same time. So because of what this cop did to Floyd, we should discount his past? Did Floyd deserve to die the way he did? Absolutely not! But does that mean we should excuse his background? Nope, it’s all relevant in the context when you’re talking about criminal justice in its entirety.

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Posted in: Minneapolis ex-policeman Chauvin convicted of murder in Floyd case See in context

Tucker Carlson just started. The big banner on the screen: Can we trust how this decision was made? His first comments: With all of the murder by BLM over the last year we know the outcome wasn't in doubt. And 90 seconds later...."What's at stake is America" LOL

I forget, Chauvin doesn’t have the right of the presumption of having a fair trial, race hustlers like Sharpton and Waters are basically saying, you don’t convict Chauvin, we will tear this city down again. That’s definitely worth debating. But since the jury wasn’t sequestered and Biden was interjecting himself in this murder trial is disgusting and before your lefty’s think I’m on Chauvin’s side, not at all but these leaders don’t have the right to weigh in and taint the political process.

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Posted in: Minneapolis ex-policeman Chauvin convicted of murder in Floyd case See in context

That's not really how it works,

It does, that’s why certain liberal individuals have their wiki pages locked and so pertinent information that can contract these peoples bio, in other words, you have to take the info face value without any counter arguments.

Yeah yeah, "black woman bad", we get it.

Ahh, the racial hook again. No, not because she’s black, because she’s toxic, but so is Nancy and that has nothing to do with her being Italian? Nice try.

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