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Vote libetarian because the republicans voted unanimously to gut the stuff for the taxpayers while leaving all the pork for corporations.

but rather because they correctly perceive which way the wind is blowing and they don’t want to challenge the totalitarian regime and be punished for doing so. They are not hypnotized or under any other kind of spell. It’s pure survival instinct."

I realize my view upsets a lot of people because they want to believe that we are all fundamentally capable of resisting the rise of a clearly ultra-authoritarian or totalitarian ruling system, but we’re not, not all of us.

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Dissident Dialogues: CJ Hopkins:

"Totalitarianism can be imposed on any society if the government, or whatever structure rules it, controls the essential elements of power (i.e., the military, the police, the media, the culture industry, etc.). Once the transition to totalitarianism begins, you can count on roughly two thirds of the society either embracing it or acquiescing to it, not because they are in some vulnerable psychological state,

Recession intensifies as US adds 528,000 jobs in July.
jobs are probably for people who need a second job because they need more money because of the recession.

About the Indiana hero who stopped a mass-shooting, he would have been lawfully carrying a gun even if he didn't have a license because Indiana supports Constitutional Carry since July 1.

Also, Indiana (and my own state of Kentucky) does not have laws over "no guns" signs for non-government places. So the most a store can do is ask you to leave and charge you for trespassing if you refuse. But in Ohio, those signs are legally enforced, so violating them _is_ a crime.


under the impression that people trying to be the most inclusive often leads up to them being the most exclusive
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