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What about Libertarian?
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Author:  brainout [ 20 Aug 2016, 16:08 ]
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Yeah, you're right. So many important events converge on 1960,. 76, 80, 98, etc. I recorded the first of the meter videos last night, but it's over an hour, and I'm not sure I should post it. Will see.

Author:  Anonynomenon [ 20 Aug 2016, 17:52 ]
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Well, Im always interested in your meter videos, no matter how long it might be. I've got some other ideas that I'd like to try and pull together, but Im at a dead end right now. So post whatever you think is necessary to interpreting the meter.

Author:  Rtomassi [ 20 Aug 2016, 18:53 ]
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Ditto on the video posting Brainy ... They're always enlightening on many levels.

I'm currently going through Pastor Thieme's David series from 1972-73, the Job and Ephesians series from 1986, and last year I covered a lot of the Jeshurun teachings from 1998 up until he retired and there's a COLOSSAL difference on the occurrences political commentary, even in light of the 9/11 attack. I find his rants insightful as well! :grin:

Author:  brainout [ 21 Aug 2016, 00:48 ]
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Okay guys, well here's the 1hr 6 min (!) audio, ... 2Intro.MP3
I had planned to make the video just a static screen of page 4 of which shows Matt25:9-23, but only center on the gist meaning (with some context for nubies) of Matt25:10-12.

Seems too much for the nubies in Youtube? Was trying to figure out if I should instead make a shorter video, and differently. What say you?

Will also put this post in the metering thread.

Author:  brainout [ 26 Aug 2016, 23:40 ]
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Johnson NH rally. Hard to hear. Last 5 mins Gary says he reverses his position on carbon and vaccines, after thinking over the specifics better.

Here's the Vermont rally. Sound bad there, too.

He and Bill will be on John Stossel FBN tonight at 9pm ET, should be a clip on that in Youtube sometime tomorrow as well.

Author:  Anonynomenon [ 27 Aug 2016, 03:07 ]
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I will say that Johnson does not seem Idealistic, so that give hope for flexibility.

Author:  brainout [ 27 Aug 2016, 13:44 ]
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You'll want to see this video I just found, with a DETAILLED discussion on SocSec, CARBON TAX (why Gary's now against it, lots of detail on the proposals):

I'm still listening to it, as I type, on the carbon stuff half way through or a tad earlier.

Author:  brainout [ 27 Aug 2016, 17:11 ]
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Here's last night's Libertarian Forum with John Stossel. Some hard-hitting q's in it,

Mr. Stossel explicitly requested someone to record it, so I hope that link remains.

Author:  brainout [ 29 Aug 2016, 03:51 ]
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These are old 2012 Presidential debates between Gary Johnson and Jill Stein. Amazing how many of the issues today are the same.
3rd Debate 11/5/12:
2nd Debate 10/23/12:
1st Debate: can't find it, maybe there are only two.

Author:  brainout [ 05 Sep 2016, 12:35 ]
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More videos:
09/01/16 Milwaukee Rally:

3 short videos in order, might have to view in Youtube to get sequence to work. 2nd is about SCOTUS, 3rd on the coal fee. Both show honest reconsideration of position.

Author:  brainout [ 13 Sep 2016, 00:42 ]
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Comprehensive interview by @smerconish on Sirus via their Facebook page, ... 8946593974

You can hear it despite Facebook blocking if you have Firefox: right click, select 'Inspect Element', arrow until you see the whole block turn blue, then right click and select 'Delete Node'. The block disappears, and you can listen so long as you don't refresh the page. If refreshed, repeat steps above.

Same trick works with other sites who block you. Trick is to make sure you see what highlights as you move your arrow, and delete the right nodes. If you messed up, simply refresh the page and try again.

Author:  Rtomassi [ 17 Sep 2016, 21:16 ]
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Remember why the League Of Women Voters ended their sponsorship of the Presidential debates ....

Author:  Anonynomenon [ 14 Nov 2016, 03:28 ]
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This just goes to show that a little bit of liberty goes a long, loooonnnnggg way. How long has it been since any state has had a tax revenue surplus?

Author:  brainout [ 17 Nov 2016, 11:55 ]
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I hate MJ. It was legal under the Mosaic Law and in Christ's day (then called 'hemp'). Most people didn't use it, or used it sparingly. So why any Christian would be opposed, I don't know.

Medical benefits should be researched, and they might do better than all the pill-popping under PRESCRIPTION which has crippled our health costs and led to nonstop commercials by Big Pharma on cable. Perhaps new pharmaceuticals can be developed from MJ, but we can't know if MJ remains illegal.

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