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The Capitalist past of the EU is what is fuelling it today.
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Really a great quote. I could see this incorporated into the Pledge of Allegiance!
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Ben Shapiro, with a kind of hilarious 'best case scenario [emphasis mine]:

Again, that’s not a defense of Trump. But it is an argument that the panic induced by his verbiage should be tempered with the knowledge that he says a lot of stuff, and that members of his own administration ignore most of it when it comes time to implement policy. They know it, Putin knows it, and the press knows it. Only Trump seems blissfully unaware of the disconnect between the nonsense he spews and the policy his administration promulgates. In this case, we’re better off for that disconnect.

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What are your thoughts on what President Donald J. Trump said at the Summit with President #VladimirPutin in #Helsinki?
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This is what happens if you don't have immigration you have depopulation and a ninja shortage.

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"Today the American farmer is high-tech, productive and eager to compete. Mr. Trump’s trade policy is creating a problem that didn’t exist and next he may create another one to ease the pain he has caused."
Instead of keeping their fingers crossed for trade liberalization, farmers may be nonplussed by protectionism because President Trump’s expansion of bad trade policy may also wind up being the pretext for an expansion of bad agricultural policy.

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Why Gosh... I've been nakedly plagiarized.

My Post from July 15th: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+RodneyGraves/posts/Xpsxne5pegN

And +Reesa Kirkland's post from July 16th: https://plus.google.com/u/0/112992562919398219655/posts/DSevJvMhbWP

Plagiarism should never prosper.

I document, you decide.

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Hey +Leslie P, check this out.

"On Monday, Gravis Marketing released the results of a likely voter survey showing Bob Menendez (D) leading Bob Hugin by only 2-points — 43% to 41%.

Critically, a full 56% of those polled reported that the Senator’s bribery trial was playing at least some role in their voting decision."

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Mueller’s Politicized Indictment of Twelve Russian Intelligence Officers
McCarthy, as usual, explains what it all means - and you'll be a bit surprised, I know I was.

Yes, it is now the official position of the United States that Russia gets our Constitution’s benefit of the doubt.”

due-process rules oblige us to caution you that we must presume the Russians did not do what we have formally accused them of doing. They are entitled to that presumption unless and until we convict them in court . . . which is never going to happen.

Rosenstein made another telling remark at his big press conference. The Justice Department, he explained, will now “transition responsibility for this case to our Department’s National Security Division while we await the apprehension of the defendants.”

Mueller’s case, the definitive case about what Russia did to interfere in the 2016 election, is no longer Mueller’s case. It is being “transitioned” — i.e., buried — in the Justice Department unit that deals with counterintelligence matters that do not result in public trials.

I doubt our diplomats, intelligence operatives, elected officials, and citizens will much like living in the world Robert Mueller and Rod Rosenstein have given us. If the idea was to give Vladimir Putin and his thug regime a new way to sabotage the United States, nice work.
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