Facebook, Apple, and YouTube kicked conspiracy theorist Alex Jones off the internet for “hate speech” on Monday. According to Vox Jones’ Infowars website gets 10 million viewers a month and his YouTube channel has two and a half milli…
Aug. 28, 2017
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Powerful video on simulation theory – full of insight and right on time too!
Please watch to the end
h/t Truth is Stranger than Fiction on Youtube
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When you encounter a situation, what do you see? Do you see the glass half empty or the glass half full? How you perceive a matter may effect the way you respond to it. What is the proper response? I am not going to tell you the answer, because I do not know for you. I only know what I am learning — albeit very slowly.
What we see is not the entirety of a matter. We can only see from our limited perspective. We cannot know another’s heart in the matter; we don’t even know our own most of the time.
House Speaker Paul Ryan’s Wisconsin primary opponent Paul Nehlen said of Ryan on Saturday, “He has betrayed us all, hasn’t he? He says he’s for a secure border. Then what’s he do? He funds every dangerous immigration policy through this $1.8 trillion omnibus. What he funded was all his special interest buddies.”
Nehlen’s comments came during an exclusive interview Saturday with Breitbart News Saturday SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon. Nehlen pointed out again that 83 percent of Ryan’s camapign donations come from D.C., not his home district: “The vast majority comes in the form of large campaign donations from inside the D.C. Beltway. … He sold his vote. He sold his vote. The same people that are donating to his campaign want these open border initiatives. This isn’t a Free Trade deal.”
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Rand Paul on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Published on Jan 7, 2016
Senator Rand Paul took a break from the campaign trail to talk haircuts, campaign trail fashion, foreign policy, Trump and Christie, and pot… nope, he’s not talking about that.
Because its Thursday and we are disgusted and fed up with that swamp we call the District of Columbia . I thought today would be a great day to change the tone, so here goes.