RE: Justice Thomas made it know recently he would look at the lible laws if a case was brought .

Just because Pelosi is going to Taiwan does not mean the committee is done.
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RE: JAG Amends Method of Execution

I agree botched executions do not serve the interests of either party. We should look back to historical methods of eliminating undesirables. I don't like simply blowing their head off or shooting out their vitals with bullets because bullets are expensive. Cheaper ways are needed.
I believe Thailand still has crushed to death by elephants pushing a wall as an option for women who commit adultery. I remember they did that about 20 years or so ago on a video. Seems pretty effective to me.
Can't we just come up with a sealed room in which the walls or ceiling become pushed together by hydraulics to make a red paste of the offenders? I would think if the room is big enough we can probably do 20 or so at a time. If the machinery malfunctions while they are in the room, who cares, leave them in there, work on it next month, they should be dead by then.
Medieval European kingdoms often had a deep pit where those who displeased the monarch were dropped (sometimes if there was a coup, the monarch went there too). I read an archeology report of the exploration of one pit found under a 13th century dungeon cell. There were over 250 broken skeletons of varying sexes and ages at the bottom of the 300 foot pit. Out of sight, out of mind. No muss no fuss. Surely all countries have pits that can be sued for such purpose?
Vlad Tepes method of publicly lowering the prisoner onto a sharp pole installed in an upright position that penetrated the prisoner's anus, then letting gravity do the work from there while the work crew partied and took bets on how long panicked knee action would keep the pole from penetrating deeper also seems pretty effective to me and I would vote to support that.for deserving individuals. If nothing else it may offer some entertainment value to watch on video or live cam.

RE: APOPHIS THE ASTEROID

Japan has collected samples from an asteroid. China had a robot go to the moon collect a soil sample and return under it's own commands. The US is far behind regarding AIs. NASA hates being not in charge. Never the less, robot mining may be the way to go. Throw the mined ores into lunar orbit then China can pick them up. The US is fixated on Mars but of course nothing of value has ever been observed on Mars. Conversely we now know several of the asteroids are almost pure rare earths and metals. Specto analysis idicates there is at least one of pure silver and another of gold. There is Tantalum, Rhodium, Cobalt, etc in many of those rocks. Just floating around waiting for someone to mine them. Noting also the atmospheres of both Jupiter and Saturn appear to be pure hydrocarbons (aka natural gas waiting to be mined. Saturns rings are mostly pure water and dust. Io and Europa have water of zero salinity too. There is a fortune sitting there waiting for the first country to reach and claim it. <Note: due to the Sanctions caused by Putin destroying their space industry, Russia will never see any of it.> laugh
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RE: STOLEN AND FRAUDULENT ELECTION

No because the VP certified them as the US Constitution required. Why he did that is irrelevant. It is enough that he did. By law that makes it all valid, even if it wasn't. professor

RE: DOES AMERICA WANT TRUMP BACK?

No, And Hell No.

RE: Group of prominent conservatives release report refuting Trump claims of election fraud

Many Trump supporters lost their right to vote joining the attempted insurrection and or by entering the US Capital Grounds on January 6. This is as it should be. Ten seconds of thought should have told them participating in either event would brand them as criminals and screw up their lives forever. Yes, those not yet in prison can still send Trump money to pay for his legal defense teams and also attend his rallies. There are still thousands of criminal suspects the USM and the FBI are hunting down. One by one they will be caught. That they chose to not turn themselves in for being there before being caught will only add to their prison sentence (and also be used to probably deny them bail). Again, as it should be. Attempting to murder the Vice President to prevent his certifying the election was an act of insurrection. Entering the Capital grounds Restricted areas by violently overwhelming the Capital Police was a Felony crime in and of itself. I think they should all be hung but sadly our laws only make a few of them eligible for that and none have yet qualified in court for it. Give it time. What they did is no better than McVeigh did when he bombed the Merril Bldg. Traitors all. laugh

Trump was the old white voter's last chance to turn back the clock to the times before Civil Rights and the EEO. He was their first chance since the shooting of George Wallace. Of course Trump arrived on the scene 40 years too late. In the time of George Wallace (and Senator S. Thurmond) Whites were the clear majority of the US population. Not so much these days thanks to immigration and a generally declining White birth rate. <The changing of the age of consent from 12, 14 and 16 in many states to the newer Federal Age of Consent of 18 may have had a lot to do with the decline of White population as a fairly large number of older Whites were the product of older men and young teenage females, but they don't like talking about that much banana ) Anyway, the US society is different in the 21st century and Trump;s actions as President benefited US minority group members not at all and they made up 40 something percent of the people voting in 2019 so no surprise to anyone with an IQ over 60 that Trump lost. Meanwhile the House sub committee continues to gather testimonial evidence of what happened before and on January 6 with the end focus being turning their report over to the US Attorney for additional Federal prosecutions. Joy to the World Trump may yet be the first ex-President to sit in a Federal Prison. cheers
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RE: The right to bear arms

That is why America's founding fathers labeled it "a Right." The God given Right to self defense by any means found necessary. Glory to Ukraine.
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RE: Why do young people want old?

A young woman seeking a penniless young man is what is dumb. She can always find one of those after the rich old man she married dies of old age and she becomes a middle aged woman with money. Of course if she has half a brain she still won't waste her time on a young man when there are rich old men looking for women who have their own money.
professor

RE: An assault rifle that can shoot through bulletproof vests...

Silliness. Almost any rifle not a rimfire can shoot through a bullet proof vest. Bullet proof vests were initially developed to stop much weaker handgun bullets. Class IV bullet proof vests intended for use against civilian hunting rifles or the military equivalent (AR15, AK47, etc) can still be perforated with those same guns simply by changing to a bullet with a hardened core.
All that being said, the new US M5 is in my opinion worthless as a combat rifle as both it and the special sighting system they use are too heavy for daily carry on a march. One is much better off with a red dor equipped M4 or even a red dot equipped AK.
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RE: Trump Allies Plan To Go Nuclear On The Swamp If He’s Re-elected

The schedule F is BS neither Congress, the Senate or the courts would ever rubber stamp. Why would they?
professor

It is all nonsense anyway. The odds are excellent Trump will be both indicted and jailed long before a 2024 election date.
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RE: The right to bear arms

Killing is easiest when the victim is unarmed. That is why most mass shooters go to gun free zones. Fewer hassles while killing.

Actually (as recently confirmed by the US Supreme Court) the Constitution allows both everyone to keep a weapon, but also to bear (carry) it. I have done such for decades. Sadly once or twice I have even found it necessary to put a bullet (or 3) into someone I reasonably believed intended me harm. In America violent use of deadly force to prevent someone unlawfully killing you is legal. I have no problem with that and would probably do so again if I felt someone needed the attitude correction.

In America since 1968 the carrying of firearms by convicted Felons is illegal. I think that 1968 law is a bad law. I believe even a former Felon should have a Right to defend themselves by any means necessary if needed. The US left Common Law back in 1928. These days being a convicted felon can simply mean you drove a car too fast, you drank one too many beers before driving home, your septic tank is of the wrong type (a NY law making it a felony to not change your home's septic tank (at your expense) style before 2010), 29 or 40 years ago while a young man you had sex with a woman who told you she was 18, but a few days later when the police knocked on your door you learned she was not, 24 years ago you won a car at a raffle and did not list the prize as an income on your tax return, your small plane ran out of fuel and you had to crash land in someone's field (failing to fill your fuel tanks before every take off is a felony crime, even if you reasonably thought that 3/4 of a tank would be enough fuel), you are 76 now, but when you were 18 and your bank account was near zero you wrote a bad check at the grocery store to buy food for your kid, etc., etc. America can be a rough place with no forgiveness for a mistake. I believe folks like that are no threat to anyone so let them have whatever gun they want.
What the anti gunners want it to say
"the Right of the people who never did a wrong, who meet the current definition of sane, who belong to the proper political party, who are wealthy, who are white, who are not Muslim (or Hindu), who jump when told to, to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed."

RE: Jan. 6 probe: Trump did ‘everything’ to overturn election

Trump will probably be the first former US President to spend time in a Federal prison. Well, he wanted to leave a mark on history, looks like he will get his wish. laugh
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RE: Yep, never seen this exorbitant price of fuel during Trump's time

The price is dropping. OPEC has agreed to increase production (which made Putin cry).

RE: SHOULD MISSILES TARGET RUSSIA?

Putin very much would go Nuclear if NATO or US forces entered directly into the affray at this time. The Russian system literally requires he do so in that scenario.
However there is plenty of after action video on line at Telegram, Twitter and even YT showing Ukraine's own Special Forces have made those penetrations and are indeed taking out some of the targets CrownAffair suggest. Not so much the roads though because Russia has so few of those. Indeed many Russian regions have no roads connecting them to other regions just rail lines and increasingly unsafe (due to a lack of spare parts) air travel.

Stargazer - Damn right all of us old Cold War types are leaning back and getting off on the Russian losses. Why the F* shouldn't we be? Did not Putin in 2015 announce he would be planting 100 Megaton torpedoes (remote detonated mines really) on the sea bed floor outside our coastal cities? <In total violation of the 1970s Sea Bed Treaty in which the USSR promised to never do that if we didn't.> Did not Russia's Poseidens )the torpedoes in question) take to sea less than 2 weeks ago? Did not the #3 man in Russia tell the world on TV in June that they envision using them against Britain too? This is the best m**turbate ever!
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Fact is every bullet, cannon and missile or bomb dropped in Ukraine is one Europeans or Americans won't ever see. Evey destroyed Russian tank is one that won't be rolling into Germany or Poland or France. Every shot down Russian bomber or fighter is one that won't be seen on NORAD radar. Add in the ever growing effects of the sanctions and replacing any of that will be impossible for decades to come. Russia has no Hi Tech industry capable of making the semi conductors those hyper velocity Missiles require. Their main tank factory has gone from 3,000 employees to a barre bones maintenance staff of 14 people. For a similar lack of parts reason the factory that makes the S300 air defense missile also shut down, but at least those workers were given a choice of be laid off or become drone fodder at an S300 launcher on the Ukraine front lines. Either fate serves the interest of the West. The firm that bought McDs in Russia (and only opened 2 loations while keeping almost 800 other McDs in Russia shuttered and empty) has annopunced it will not be able to serve french fries because it can't get any potatoes, so go ahead tell me the sanctions aren't having an impact. The shipyards at Vladivostok no longer accept work and are shuttered with thousands laid off from building or maintaining war ships because Japan won't sell them the parts they need to repair ships or even keep their cranes running. What good is a Navy without any spare parts or logistics support? None. This is good for the world. Sooner or later one of those Kaliber missiles will back fire (due to lack of sub maintenance and another Russian sub will be lost at sea. This too is good for Europe and the US.
How many dead Russian Generals (and Admirals) are enough? Not until their piled together skulls make a 3 story pyramid.
Glory to Ukraine
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RE: Jan 6 investigation is a laughable matter

Such BS crap. Yes, Trump needed House approval to send in the Army. BUT under the law of the time he needed ZERO approval to send in the Marines from their barracks on 8th St SE and Henderson Hall next to the Pentagon. His first duty under his Oath of Office was to support and defend the US Constitution. He declined to get involved. And all the stuff coming out of the fan that is now blowing ultimately lands on him.

RE: SHOULD MISSILES TARGET RUSSIA?

As long as we allow Russia to do things like this, we sin.



I fully support giving Ukraine missiles that have enough range to land in Putin's office or wherever he is and removing any US mandated restrictions about where the targets should be. If that turns the Kremlin into a smouldering pile like Russia has done to busy shopping malls, town centers, apartment houses and civilian residential areas, so be it. Putin brought it on himself.

Regarding the 'fearsone' (not so much anymore) Russian military might, Since much of Russia lacks roads and everything moves by rail and that too should become a target, all of the weapons in the Universe won't mean diddly without roads to ship them over. Russia very much lacks air superiority in the skies over Ukraine, and truth be told since that air force is running out spare parts (not to mention veteran pilots (who go down in flames periodicly on videos all can watch) it could develop that when Ukraine realizes a Win is only possible if Russia surrenders and begins to pursue the events needed to make that a reality that Russia may not even be able to claim air superiority in the skies over Russia.

True alien technology

We would only be able to speculate about the small cast iron drum in the corner of the room with thousands of miles pf gears visible inside and what it's purpose is.(are those stars on the back side of the can and at the bottom and are they moving?).
The same would be true of a Macedonian suddenly encountering a chain saw left running on a forest floor. When they finally stopped running 3 towns away to tell the local Priest at the temple of Zeus what had been seen even his or her language would have problems describing a bouncing chainsaw on the forest floor.

Does a word or phrase for toothed chain even exist in ancient Greek? Ooo we are a lot smarter now, we can string words like dimensional fold together. But do we yet understand folds in reality? How would you describe an 11 sided pyramid? Technology not understood is both scary and dangerous.

RE: Feds Finally Admit to Running Secretive DOJ “Commandos” at Jan. 6 Trump Protests

Remember the DoJ commandos you imagine were by definition Agents of Trump their ultimate boss and any orders you imagine them having (could we see a copy of the memo please? The US Govt DoJ as long standing policy only issues written orders, not verbal ones, so if your imagination is accurate, there exists a memo on letterhead specifying the order). them having came from and was approved by their ultimate boss, President Trump, which of course means the Democrats are quire correct in seeking his public crucifixion.
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True alien technology

Well to a Roman or Macedonian (or any tribe you want to name from that Bronze Age era) yes, the lack of a human to associate with the thing (chainsaw) noisily running and tearing up dirt and bouncing up and down would add to the terror and strangeness. At least with a human you can label them a witch, scream sorcery and react as per the local culture. But with no human just a 'live' weird thing bouncing along.., run Forrest run. Indeed even laying in the middle of the trail off a chainsaw in that era of time would be completely wrong in the eyes of whoever viewed it. Everything about it's shape, the materials it is made of, it's unknown purpose, etc would be completely wrong and outside of the experience or ken of someone from the Bronze Age.

So too would it probably be for any of us humans who actually encounter a piece of Alien technology.
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Serious thumpers

MrBoDangles - totally wrong in many aspects. The only correct statement is yes, of course, it is not a commercially available loading and is therefore by necessity hand loaded at home. Everything else in your comment is nonsense. I truly suggest googling '12 gauge from Hell' and doing some educational reading.
Regarding rifling, most of the 12 gauge FH guns are indeed rifled. The slug pictured has no shot. It is a sold .0.729 inch bullet. Like any bullet it enjoys rifling. However, I have configured my gun so I can enjoy the best of both worlds that of the shotgun and also that of the rifled rifle. This was accomplished by utilizing something not existent as recently as the 1980s and indeed only more common it this 21st century. I.e., removable chokes. It wears a 12 gauge modified choke when I wish to shoot birds with birdshot. It wears a rifled choke which makes the last 3 inches of the bore very similar to a 19th century Holland & Holland Paradox gun.
The question of accuracy in a fully rifled 12 gauge From Hell, or even a partially rifled one is an interesting one. Like the old flintlock ammunition rpund ball ammunition has terrible ballistics. In the early days of the American Civil War the not rifled muskets used by both sides had an effective range of only about 70 yards maximum. The big game changer was combining a .69 hollow based Minie ball (bullet shaped and of French design) projectile with a rifled bore. Suddenly the effective kill range of the gun jumped to 600 yards. A genuine game changer as General Pickett's men found out at Gettysburg.

Something similar happens with the 12 gauge FH. Modern Foster and Brenneke style slugs, even in a rifled shotgun have an effective range of only about 75 yards (100 with a scope). However Minie ball shaped projectiles greatly expand this. In the US there are only a few dozen persons who shoot the 12 gauge FH. Most commercially produced shotguns would burst if the owner tried. Both a custom gun and a custom brass case is required for a shoulder fired weapon firing projectiles that can be measured in fractions of a pound seated over almost a full ounce of moder nitroglycerine based gun powder. The best bullets are machined for us out of copper by a machinist in Colorado. Ed Hubbel who invented both the cartridge and designed the first guns to use back around 2005 it was doing experiments until he got sick last summer at long range accuracy. Using solid c1 3/4 ounce copper projectiles driven at over 3,000 fps (which could repeatedly penetrate 4 - 5 feet of oak boards at 100 yards) Ed was able to repeatedly score decent hits on a bullseye target at 400 yards with his gun's iron sights. It is interesting to note a 12 gauge FH has more energy at 350 yards than a commercial 12 gauge shotgun slug has at the muzzle. A major problem is recoil forces and inertia tend to destroy standard rifle scopes. Two projects were underway when he grew ill. A longer boat tailed bullet with a better ballistic coefficient for longer range shots and also attempting to get some commercial interest in making a scope that can handle the recoil forces of the 12 gauge FH when loaded to maximum potential. <The length of the shell is the limiting factor in how much gunpowder can be used, 3"?, 4"?, 5"?> Sadly Ed never recovered and died in November 2021. The experimentation and work continues, but in a less centralized fashion.

professor

RE: France and UFO...

France only reveals what the aliens in the French government decide to release. Most of it is BS they invented anyway.
The aliens take the long view, something no human government does. The short alien goal is raise the temperature here on Earth.until most of the life dies just like it did once before when only a few Ameba in the depths of the oceans still lived and everything else was decomposing sludge. That should be in about 70 years. Then when everything is dead they will smash some rocks at solar L1 and use that stationary dust cloud *it is most probable the dust will be simple iron filings) to block the sun's rays which will quickly cool the Earth back down. Once the proper temperature is reached they will clear out the dust cloud (if using iron filings for the cloud, then magnetism would be the most efficient way of sweeping it up) and reseed the Earth and move right on in. As long as they start the cool down process before the temperatures pass 400 Fahrenheit noting much will burn so they will inherit our world and whatever technology trinkets we left behind. In less than 100 years this world will belong to them and we will just be a fabled myth used to scare their children.

RE: What THE HELL?

Revelations was BS written by a crazy man being fed moldy bread and locked in a tower decades after the man called Christ. This was one of the books that fell from the table at the 1st council of Nivea and left out of the Vulga Bible but salvaged centuries latter by the followers of Luther.

professor

RE: What THE HELL?

Any good casting needed many melts and recastings before it was right.

RE: France and UFO...

You have no need to know.
Actually we have about a dozen aliens in captivity. We hide some in Panama, there is another hidden in a closed gravel mine in Luchan, China and there was one in the dungron under Buckingham Palace, but she died under interrogation.
< I mean, who knew the artery in her thumb was that large and under that kind of pressure? We cut it off during interview with the expectation of no more bleeding than when we use bolt cutters to snip off a human woman's thumb during an interview. Usually all sorts of useful information accompanies seeing a women's body part fall to the floor. <Males tend to be tougher, less concerned about appearance and they need to see a bone or two of theirs bounce on the floor before their memory suddenly improves.> No one was expecting her to exsanginate in less than 30 seconds. Mistakes happen. Oh well..>

Anyway I don't think a US reluctance to share information with those not paying for it puts us behind France. If anything the opposite is true in my opinion. My understanding is France doesn't even know how to detect them when they are trying to pass as human and even have one inside the French Parliment, LoL The Fox owns that hen house I think. I believe the US has another 3 or 4 under constant observation. I won't claim we have particle beams aimed at their skulls (a tip of the hat to Foundation for that line), but they can be terminated fairly quickly. A quarter pound or so of C4 wired to a refrigerator light switch or a bread toaster switch solves most political problems. 'Their pilot light was off, the apartment filled with heavier than air gas, then they lit a match to light the pilot and bent down' The media always accepts that BS. After all if they don't, maybe their own pilot light will go out someday soon.

RE: What THE HELL?

Silly man, this IS the Hell. When you are properly forged and of value God will accept you into Heaven. Until then you can and will just keep recycling back through here.

Serious thumpers

Well it certainly took a long time but there has finally been significant progress in my 12 gauge From Hell (FH) project.
Bot previously mentioned, but there were limits to what could be done with commercially available 12 gauge shotgun hulls (aka cartridge cases). They are usually made of plastic or (older ones) waxed cardboard. The brass found on the bottom of them is usually pretty thin maybe 0.25mm or 0.01: thick. Consequently there are limits to how much pressure they can withstand before defaulting to the gun as the principal means of containing the pressures generated by rapidly burning gun powder. The old black powder 3 dram loads shotgun cartridges were originally designed for back in the early days which usually generated not much more than 10,000 psi pressure became the standard when smokeless powder emerged. Both the American SAAMI and the European CIP agreed that a modern shotgun shell should not generate more than about 14,000 pounds per square inch (PSI) maximum, In theory this benefits consumers because it enures a shotgun made with carbon steel back in 1910 should work just fine with modern ammunition, and it also benefits manufacturers who do not have to design and make stronger guns. Before 1900 some gun designers did design and make stronger guns for use with much stiffer loads but then came smokeless powder and those old designs faded into obscurity.
Anyway Although my gun uses a design made by J. M. Browning in 1887 which was routinely proof tested in the Winchester factory to hold together at 43,000PS and my new replica of that is even stronger, I I found that plastic shotgun hulls do not allow loading to anything near this pressure if you intend to re load them again afterwards. Loosely summed up, somewhere around 16,0000 PSI the plastic hulls begin to char and carbonize while the thin brass shows signs of incipient rupture. In as much as a case (hull) failure and rupture would spew ultra hot gases in many directions around my face and fingers, even if the gun body was undamaged, I decided to avoid that scenario. I charred many plastic cases that I can't reload or exceed the powder charge that was used in them.
There are enough would be shooters of a dinosaur killing capable 12 gauge FH who encountered this problem that a small American company came to our rescue by offering precisely machined, thick walled, brass cartridge hulls for our shotguns. Running from 4 bore hulls suitable for an old H&H Paradox gun all the way down to 28 gauge FH size. So last July I ordered some, I was told there would be a delay due to Covid slowing down supplies and I accepted that. Last Friday they arrived. Yowza!!!
In communication with other shooters of 12 gauge FH who are claiming velocities approaching 3,000 fps with their loads I have begun my experimentations. I am not jumping straight to the loads the others are using, but am working in that direction a few grains of powder increase at a time. No problems yet. I am already well over 150 gr. of Reloader 17 brand smokeless powder with a 2 ounce projectile. I suspect I am approaching the stagnation velocity of a pure lead projectile, 2,290 FPS. A stagnation temperature is the velocity at sea level on a 72 degree day that will cause a projectile of a given material to begin to melt from friction with the air. Lead melts at 626.7 Fahrenheit. Friction with the air will generate that temperature at .2,290 FPS. This is one reason High Power rifle bullets usually have copper jackets.
There is a company in Colorado offering solid (and hollow point) brass and copper projectiles for those shooting FH shotguns. I will have to buy some. Until then I content myself with cremating targets from 40 yards away with the awesome tongues of flame following my projectiles.

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Ukraine, NATO and Russia

"It was alleged.." Yes Libya, the guilty party, like most criminals, did indeed attempt to put blame on the victims. However in the end they accepted blame and of course that was because they were guilty. Qaadafi was, justifiably in my opinion, killed by one of his many rape victims. A young man who had been raped by Qaadafi years earlier. Upon seeing Qaadafi in the ambulance the victim realized, act now or never again have the chance. So he did the right thing and shoved a bayonet up Qadaffi's rectum and twisted. Justice was served without the BS need for a trial, judge or imprisonment.

Eventually the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will accept blame for the recent murder of a journalist.

Dedovix: In how many countries has US and the Nato ``installed democracy``?
That's kind of a BS question. Every single member of NATO owes their very existence to the US installing Democracy in their country as opposed to learning German and stomping around with a goose step while shouting Heil der Fuhrer. So we have to count all of them as one of the ones you ask about. Besides installing Democracy is not the job of NATO. Installing democracy in Russia is Putin's job and he has done a really sh*tty job in that regard. It is well past time to replace him. Who knew Putin had a heart condition? NATOs job is to defend Europe from Russian (or Soviet, noting with amusement the incident last week when a Russian Defense Minister told reporters that "we believe the Ukraine is still, and always should be, part of the Soviet Union" cat's out of the bag, LoL) aggression, nothing more.

A beat hing about Russia bunching all of it's troops up around Ukraine to the South is that it leaves the path to Moscow clear to the North. Noting also that the new drones Turkey has been selling can easily be made nuclear capable. Now if Turkey can just find some old W88 warheads sitting on some forgotten B61s somewhere, maybe the US would help Ukraine finance that kind of purchase..?

RE: News - Prosecution of Jan 6 rioters shifts to more serious

For those wanting a hint of the evidence against the head of Proud Boys
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RE: Supreme Court Justice's via 'Affirmative Action'... WOW!!!!!

I think it is really sad that race and sex are more important than competence and experience.
Then again I felt the same way when General Powell was bounced over 430 more qualified 4 stars to be made head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. History repeats. Competence means less than political correctness.

RE: A reason to be suspicious?

Grounds for a divorce I would say. It is like when your spouse spends an hour in a hotel room with someone else. Doesn't matter what they did or didn't do. The mere fact they were there together behind closed doors for 1 hour or more was instant grounds for divorce in NY. Back in the days before no fault. Now of course you just have to say I don';t want to be married anymore and poof, it is done.
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