Mr. Noidall comments

Posted in: Native American actress who refused Oscar for Brando dies at 75 See in context

And this is the irony of progressivism: she will be remembered for being her race more so than for her accomplishments.

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Posted in: Russia abandons key bastion; Putin ally suggests a nuclear response See in context

The guy calling for low grade nuclear weapons obviously has exorbitantly high grade stupidity. Especially after considering Nagasaki and Hiroshima and Chernobyl and Fukushima. These people who are in charge all around the world are the real threat; more so than climate change.

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Posted in: U.S. vice president to discuss Taiwan during trip to Japan, S Korea See in context

Pretty sure the VP of the US doesn't care whether or not you like her.

Nor does she care about your opinion

She will seem to care a couple of weeks before Super Tuesday. But you’re right, she generally doesn’t care about the opinions of the people.

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Posted in: U.S. vice president to discuss Taiwan during trip to Japan, S Korea See in context

I can only imagine:

We’ve got the Tai, unnkay. Then we’ve got wan, unnkay. And we are doing what we will always be doing, unnkay. We will tie the tai to the wan, and together we will come together, unnkay, and we will tell China, do not come, do not come.

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Posted in: GOP's hard-line tactics on migrants refocus midterm debate See in context

Despite the opinion’s ubiquitous use of the word migrants, the fact remains these people crossed the border illegally; and therefore, the are illegal aliens. That’s important, I think. I believe that’s part of the democrats’ propaganda.

But I am still convinced the republicans are the better party. I’m more concerned about crime and general disunity amongst Americans than the progressive issues consuming the Democratic Party. Besides, reading this just gives me more personal vindication for leaving the Democratic Party in 2016. The dems are at their old tactics when that can’t get their way: comparing their opponents to Fidel Castro ( or hitler or nazies or etc) launching wasteful investigations without substantial cause, and catering more to the voices of lawbreakers over fellow law abiding citizens. I appreciate the opinion of this writer, but I’m staying with pubs.

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Posted in: Celebrities coming back to White House after Trump drought See in context

And one-percenters

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Posted in: Celebrities coming back to White House after Trump drought See in context

This is fine. I don’t listen to pop music and corporate music. I listen to anti-establishment anti-status quo hardcore music. So I don’t see a problem with this at all. Have a good time corporate-backed pop singers at establishment and status quo central. Rock on!

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Posted in: Judge asks Trump's lawyers if he declassified records in FBI search See in context

Why waste more tax money? Just throw him in prison.

Because dems are adept at squandering money without much to show for it. Hence, we’re still waiting for them to slap the cuffs on him. It seems the wait will be indefinite.

The current guy didn’t sell national secrets for personal gain, nor did he try to overthrow democracy.

neither did the former guy. Or else he’d be in jail for treason already. This is just more political theater.

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Posted in: China says Biden's Taiwan remarks 'severely violate' U.S. policy over island See in context

Relax, China, the White House walked his comment back by saying everything is status quo.

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Posted in: 60% of people with foreign roots questioned by Japanese police: survey See in context

So it is not only Police it is the whole system created to abuse foreigners.

I disagree with the notion that Japanese institutions and society were first started with the goal in mind to abuse foreigners. Sounds possibly like another case of an American overseas declaring their rights—I really don’t know. Juss sayin’

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Posted in: 60% of people with foreign roots questioned by Japanese police: survey See in context

I’ve never been stopped by Japanese police; but that’s not to say it doesn’t happen. But it is to say I’m happy the Japanese cops and government are doing their job to protect their country. I have no issue with this.

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Posted in: Migrant buses dropped off by Texas near VP Harris' residence See in context

I'm all for northern governors to send a couple busloads of criminals from their jails down to Texas and Florida - drop them off near the governor's mansions...

They already unleash violent career criminals upon society by not long cling them up but instead letting them out, suspending cash bail, and refusing to prosecute. Why do you think Abbott and Desantis are doing this? People are at their wits end with the dems’ ineptitude and inaction on basic principles integral to any sovereign nation: the integrity of the borders and internal peace and stability.

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Posted in: Migrant buses dropped off by Texas near VP Harris' residence See in context

These buses and planes aren't carrying "illegals" - they are carrying asylum seekers already processed by the government and were waiting their final hearings...

this let’s me know who’s really been played. In the spring of 2021, the Biden administration ordered the disuse of terms like illegal and assimilation. So I understand why you believe those lies. But most, if not all, are not bonafide asylum seekers.

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Posted in: Migrant buses dropped off by Texas near VP Harris' residence See in context

My feelings on this are twofold. On the one hand, I think governor abbot is brilliant at bringing into relief the undeniable hypocrisy of the democrats. They were okay with hundreds swarming small towns in Texas and Arizona; but once 50 or so get into cities with millions, the dems freak out. But on the other hand, despite the integrity of the governors’ of Texas and Arizona, illegal arriving by the bus loads is still bad for the country. I blame Biden and his his miserable job on the border. But at least we get a good laugh at the dems for all the mess they put the country through.

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Posted in: Arrests of UK anti-royal protesters spur free-speech debate See in context

We learned European history rather than US history. It wasn’t a question of insecurity. 

Much longer, much richer and much more interesting.

what a stupid thing to say. American history is an extension of British history. The colonists weren’t marching around calling themselves Americans. They were Brits who thought they were fighting another civil war against a tyrant and traitor who violated the oaths and ethos of the Magna Carta. The us revolutionary war was actually a British civil war. America happened later. It seems Uk public schools are just as bad as America’s.

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Posted in: Arrests of UK anti-royal protesters spur free-speech debate See in context

Definitely violations of free speech. You can’t pontificate about democracy on one hand, then morn an aristocrat on the other; just like you can’t pontificate about freedom then violate freedom of speech because you’re offended. True freedom is the freedom to hate. Trying to legislate peace and love inevitably leads to tyranny.

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Posted in: Trump's angry words spur warnings of real violence See in context

Wait until November

Liz Cheney a portent?

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Posted in: Trump's angry words spur warnings of real violence See in context

nevertheless, I’ll still vote for Trump.

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Posted in: Rapper A$AP Rocky charged with felony assault with a firearm See in context

Where’s the usual cacophony from the gun control crowd?

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Posted in: WHO plans to rename monkeypox over stigmatization concerns See in context

WHO said the decision was made following a meeting of scientists this week and in line with current best practices for naming diseases, which aims to “avoid causing offense to any cultural, social, national, regional, professional, or ethnic groups, and minimize any negative impact on trade, travel, tourism or animal welfare.”

But that’s exactly what you did. No one was thinking in racist terms until you group of elitist came out of your meeting and put it in to circulation.

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Posted in: Man arrested for beating wife in Sapporo home See in context

Is this really national news?

yes. And it should be. Bring this guy’s b.s. into the light for all to see. He should be humiliated and shamed for punching his wife.

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Posted in: Did Trump break the law? FBI search raises fresh questions See in context

This is the dem payback for “Lock her up”. You guys made this bed you’re whining is uncomfortable.

But that’s just swampy politics. I thought the dems, according to Michelle, go high when the others go low; however, that turned out to be another democratic lie. That’s the beauty of Trump’s presidency: he provoked the dems to act in a way that is unbecoming of a party that claims to champion democracy. In fact, Trump showed the dems to be anything but democratic. The dems haven’t done a lick of work since 2016 ; they’re just seemingly obsessed with Trump. I could care less about Trump. I say to the dems: give me your pitch as to why I should vote for you. Right now, all I can say is, this is all you got? Trump? That’s it?

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Posted in: Did Trump break the law? FBI search raises fresh questions See in context

If he broke the law they’d lock him up already. But since they haven’t locked him up after 6 years of scrutiny, and since it doesn’t look like they’ll be charging him let alone putting cuffs on him any time soon, I’d say no, he hasn’t broken the law. But I’d bet he has. Just like I’d bet Biden, Pelosi, Schumer, McConnell, Hilary, and many more have. They’re all crooked politicians. We’re just witnessing political theater.

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Posted in: Russian disinformation spreading in new ways despite bans See in context

The enemy of Russia—aka, the West—saying that Russia is spreading propaganda is itself propaganda. I don’t believe Russia anymore than I believe the western media—aka, the Democratic Party information wing.

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Posted in: U.S. House Speaker Pelosi begins Asia tour; no mention of Taiwan See in context

After the Pelosi’s big come-up from the nvidia stock they perfectly timed, she should be able to do some good shopping abroad during in between meetings. Hope she has a fun trip.

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Posted in: Biden: Military say a Pelosi Taiwan trip 'not a good idea' See in context

Congress needs term limits.

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Posted in: Biden announces modest climate actions; pledges more to come See in context

U.S. President Joe Biden on Wednesday announced modest new steps to combat climate change

and then

“This is an emergency and I will look at it that way.”

but

The president stopped short, though, of declaring a formal climate emergency

wth?

“Let me be clear,”

ahh yes, thanks Biden for the clarification.

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Posted in: Biden fails to secure major security, oil commitments at Arab summit See in context

That second photo out of four at the bottom is cringe. The way Biden’s just sitting there and all those other folks are just staring at him. They’re all thinking what a dumpster fire this is. I almost feel bad for Joe.

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Posted in: Biden fails to secure major security, oil commitments at Arab summit See in context

Hopefully this latest failure will put an end to Joe’s America-last plan of action and he’ll go back home and finally focus his efforts on the American people there.

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Posted in: Biden defends Saudi trip, says he will not avoid human rights See in context

The trip represents a delicate balancing act for a president who less than two years ago promised to make Saudi Arabia, the world's top oil exporter, a "pariah" on the international stage.

Just like calling Trump the worst president in history, Biden saying he’ll make the Saudis a “pariah” will come back to bite him in the bum on this trip.

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