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Posted in: Surveillance proposed by defense team likely helped Ghosn secure bail See in context

Careful Japan, the victim has a lot of power in the world we live in today. This NISSAN scandal could be just the tip of the iceberg sinking many more Japanese companies in the process.

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Posted in: Looking through you See in context

This is really bad for the world.

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Posted in: Mitsubishi jet starts test flights in U.S. to gain safety certification See in context

Japan is awakening

40 years to late.

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Posted in: Trump warns conservatives against 'socialist nightmare' in fiery 2-hour speech See in context

And the truth shall set you free! Say NO to socialism and far right progressive Democrats!

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Posted in: Trump makes his case for Nobel Peace Prize; says Abe nominated him for it See in context

The President is actually doing a great job! Because his words don’t have the “elegance” of an Obama speech writer, the left becomes unhinged, and because of their anal mindset they cannot comprehend how the country is moving forward and finally winning again. Lets not forget, Trump is only a ring leader and setting a vision for the Nation. Congress and the Senate are the circus.

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Posted in: Flamboyant 'Prince of Green Juice' arrested for alleged tax evasion See in context

His instagram account looks very tame by most world standards of wealth, and while its true you shouldn't flaunt your wealth in this day and age, he is correct to a certain degree the the Japanese Government doesn't like wealthy people, as they believe only they can control the wealth of Japan. That is why the ship has been sinking for Japan since the 80's bubble burst. Jgov gives the people no incentive to create big wealth and freedom because it will just chip away at their piece of the pie. Japan does not change with the times, therefore they are ever so slowly sinking into oblivion while the rest of the world innovates, moves and shakes.

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Posted in: 24 of 50 new slots at Haneda to be given to Japanese, U.S. airlines See in context

Shows you who is still the most powerful country in the world.

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Posted in: Vietnamese woman escapes from detention at Narita airport See in context

Big mistake, she will be taken and deport soon, Japan don't need that kind of people..

I hate to tell you this, but I think Japan has a lot of these types of people. The Government does their best to make sure we are all in the dark regarding this type of situation. You know, harmony, peace, unity.

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Posted in: Democrat Warren kicks off 2020 run, hobbled by ancestry row See in context

Kamala Harris and Beto O'Rourke would be the best ticket for the Dems in 2020. That's where I'd put my money

Your betting on Beto and the Democrats will surely lose the election again.

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Posted in: Democrat Warren kicks off 2020 run, hobbled by ancestry row See in context

She really makes the Democratic Party look bad. The most fake personality the Dems could wish for.

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Posted in: U.S. Democrats float 'Green New Deal' to end fossil fuel era See in context

The U. S. A. Will never be a socialist country.

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Posted in: State of the Union: Trump vows to build border wall, warns Democrats against investigations See in context

I watched the speech, and I thought it was good. There were a few exceptions. Saying what he did about investigations was wrong. But what else was there not to like? The unemployment rate for all hyphenated Americans is at a low, 58% of all new jobs last year were filled by women, more women in congress than ever, criminal justice reform, booming economy, restructuring trade deals so the US can get a fair shake. Yet the seething hatred for Trump allowed the dems to sit there and pout. Look at ocasio-Cortez and her screw face--even when all the other women are jumping for joy because there so many women in congress. She sat there, like many dems, looking pissed off the whole night. The dems are really a pathetic bunch. And they proved this with the democrats'response: from the beginning it was based on race and gender. People kept going on about how she was the first african American woman to give the response. So from the beginning, the response was marked by identity politics. Next, she painted sob story after sob story. She said nothing relative to the matter. Just because her father gave a homeless man a coat, the U.S. should have open borders--that was her logic. Trump's speech was positive, it spoke of Americans rising above political differences to find a sense of oneness. The dems, as always, responded with victimhood and identity politics. I have never been so happy I left the democratic party as I was while watching the dems' Childish pouting on the chamber, and their nauseating response.

Finally, someone that makes sense on JT

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Posted in: State of the Union: Trump vows to build border wall, warns Democrats against investigations See in context

Excellent speech! Should make him even more popular. Well done!

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Posted in: Trump holds firm on border wall; offers steel option as compromise See in context

trump needs to shut it up and give it up! He's done nothing good for America and he's acting like a baby. Time for Congress to go over his swelled head.

Actually, it's the complete opposite of your statement. He has done a large percent of what he said he would do if elected President. He has been one of the few Presidents in my lifetime that has done what he said he would do. Like it or not.

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Posted in: Gov't to try luggage inspections at subway station in Tokyo as anti-terror experiment See in context

Tokyo is loosing her mind trying to stay relevant.

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Posted in: Democrat Warren takes economic message to Iowa in kickoff to 2020 race See in context

What a joke.

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Posted in: Man robbed of ¥80 mil on street near Tokyo's Roppongi See in context

Why would anyone take that much cash instead of escrow it or just wire it.

That is a very western way of thinking. Japan is a safe country and carrying large amounts of cash is accepted and is not a crime, unlike in the U.S., if you carry a 1 hundred dollar bill, you cannot get change, people look at you funny and mark all over your money to make sure its not fake before you purchase something.

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Posted in: Democrat Warren announces challenge to Trump in 2020 See in context

She is the laughing stock of the Democratic Party. She is the perfect candidate to take on Trump.

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Posted in: Nissan asks employees not to contact Ghosn and Kelly See in context

Just fear, if you talk you will be terminated. Ghosn and Kelly probably had a better relationship with the workers than that scumbag Saikawa. 

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Posted in: Trump vows no end to shutdown until he gets $5 bil to fund border wall See in context

We all knew this would happen. Let the powers that be divide and confuse.The liberals are acting more childish than Trump! We need border security in the form of drones, people, walls, gates, fences.........blah blah blah! Both sides confirm this. The Democrats are worried that once the border is more effectively controlled they will lack the votes to keep them from winning elections. It's so obvious that it's all about politics. They just don't like Trumps personality. Just turn on late night T.V. in the U.S. Every channel is bashing Trump for the "fun of it" The American people on both sides are really fed up with the nonsense and the bickering. HE is our President for another 2 years even if you don't like him. The Democrats' 'Sudden' Hard-Left Turn Has Been Years In The Making, It didn't start with Trump, he just won the election (to the surprise of both sides) and took them on head first.

Today's Democrats and their allies in the big media talk about the "extreme right" and "ultra right" Republican Party. They call rank and file Republicans racists and nazis.

But, as numerous studies and polls confirm, it's the Democratic Party that has moved far left — while the Republican Party has more or less remained where it was.

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Posted in: Nissan Chairman Ghosn arrested over financial law violation See in context

People lose respect for the rule of law, and have no confidence in the strength of law in their country.

I agree, but you are saying he is guilty in the court of public opinion.He was only arrested. I think he will probably just fade away into the sunset and you won't hear much more about. France has his back, you can be sure of that.

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Posted in: Review: Streisand's 'Walls' strikes strident anti-Trump tone See in context

She should sell out when she tours Canada.

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Posted in: Why it's still in Russia's interest to mess with U.S. politics See in context

Putin/Trump, Medvedev/Obama........Funny how the Libs never bring it up.

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Posted in: Quake shock absorber maker says products may have been used nationwide See in context

Just looking at all those microphone cables in front of that picture make me think Japanese have no idea what there doing. You never see that in the west, that is another big hazard waiting to happen.

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Posted in: Senate confirms Kavanaugh for Supreme Court by vote of 50-48 See in context

They should make Senators Feinstein and Schumer swear in Justice Kavanaugh.

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Posted in: Kavanaugh on track for U.S. Supreme Court See in context

They should make Senators Feinstein and Schumer swear in Justice Kavanaugh.

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Posted in: Trump: I told Saudi king he wouldn't last 2 weeks without U.S. support See in context

No wonder American backpackers are advised to have Canadians flags on their backpacks.

Yep, Canada just recently fell into line too. Finally a fair trade agreement. Well done!

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Posted in: Trump: I told Saudi king he wouldn't last 2 weeks without U.S. support See in context

Finally, telling it like it is. Well done.

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Posted in: Facebook discloses security breach affecting 50 million users See in context

Bail on Facebook before its to late!

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Posted in: Trump congratulates Abe on 'HUGE' re-election in Japan See in context

He won because he is the richest politician in Japan and ranked first on the list of the top 10 richest politicians in Japan with an estimated net worth of 4.5 billion dollars.

I'll bet Japanese people don't even know this.

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