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  • inflation hits 6.2%—wiping out the raises of those lucky enough to even have a good job—parents are worried about the price of milk for their kids (when the shelves aren't empty) and the establishment is like:

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    • My wish is that this kind of bull-shit above is exposed as the huge danger to the nation that it is. We're a receptive audience to what we're seeing carrying our own biases into judgement. The risk is that not enough of "us" is going to get the important message the Rittenhouse trial is capable of conveying.

      The judge in this case has an immense opportunity to speak on the kinds of "injustice" we see in our group here. The injustice I speak of isn't about racism or inequities - that's another story altogether. Its about the injustices being heaped on American citizens of all races, like Rittenhouse, that value the tenets of the US Constitution, jurisprudence that follows the law, civic responsibility and the maintenance of civil order by local governments.

      Of course, that's not going to happen in this criminal court but Rittenhouse will undoubtedly take his case for compensation resulting from the injustice heaped on him before a civil court. It's here that it is likely to reach a federal district court on appeal. At that level, judges are expected to look at the bigger picture. The opportunity in a conservative court for such an opportunity is like manna from haven for a federal judge seeking notoriety and a willingness to call out the progressive and radical left for what unreasonable overreactions that have occurred since the George Floyd killing at the hands of police.
      There is such a thing as redemption. Jim Harbaugh is redeemed at the expense of a fading Ryan Day and OSU. M wins back to back games v. OSU first time since 1999-2000​ - John Cooper was fired in 2000!!!

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      • I love the argument that he had a sling on his gun so that it wouldn't be taken away from him, yet he shot when someone was trying to take it away from him.

        what? since he has a sling, he should just let a visibly aggressive person grab/control his rifle and lose his only defense against an angry mob?

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        • Originally posted by Jeff Buchanan View Post
          My wish is that this kind of bull-shit above is exposed as the huge danger to the nation that it is. We're a receptive audience to what we're seeing carrying our own biases into judgement. The risk is that not enough of "us" is going to get the important message the Rittenhouse trial is capable of conveying.

          The judge in this case has an immense opportunity to speak on the kinds of "injustice" we see in our group here. The injustice I speak of isn't about racism or inequities - that's another story altogether. Its about the injustices being heaped on American citizens of all races, like Rittenhouse, that value the tenets of the US Constitution, jurisprudence that follows the law, civic responsibility and the maintenance of civil order by local governments.

          Of course, that's not going to happen in this criminal court but Rittenhouse will undoubtedly take his case for compensation resulting from the injustice heaped on him before a civil court. It's here that it is likely to reach a federal district court on appeal. At that level, judges are expected to look at the bigger picture. The opportunity in a conservative court for such an opportunity is like manna from haven for a federal judge seeking notoriety and a willingness to call out the progressive and radical left for what unreasonable overreactions that have occurred since the George Floyd killing at the hands of police.
          "The Left would happily tear the constitution to shreds, cheer on prosecutorial misconduct and perjury, cut the law to pieces, embrace corruption and tyranny, and send an innocent man to prison to satisfy its lust for racial vengeance. That is what we are up against."

          Matt Walsh

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          • The people who think that this is "news" also make fun of you if you read Breitbart or watch Fox News.

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            • LMAO -- priceless lreaction from the livestream of his testimony.

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              • *yawn*

                Another day, another fake hate crime...

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                • when the supply of racism doesn't meet the demand for racism.

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                  • That’s the truth, dude
                    Dan Patrick: What was your reaction to [Urban Meyer being hired]?
                    Brady Hoke: You know.....not....good.

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                    • The DA is doing better in the afternoon and Kyle looks shellshocked and is coming across poorly as the DA stops and starts various videos.
                      "The problem with quotes on the Internet is that it is sometimes hard to verify their authenticity." -Abraham Lincoln

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                      • He’s off the stand.
                        Dan Patrick: What was your reaction to [Urban Meyer being hired]?
                        Brady Hoke: You know.....not....good.

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                        • Yeah, he was just excused. I am a bit surprised the defense didn’t follow-up to clear up some blatant prosecution misrepresentations.
                          "The problem with quotes on the Internet is that it is sometimes hard to verify their authenticity." -Abraham Lincoln

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                          • Eh, they can do it in closing. The important thing isn’t whether they scored points against him, it’s whether they damaged his credibility. You always lose points on cross. The goal is to have enough points built up on direct that you’re still comfortably ahead at the end.
                            Dan Patrick: What was your reaction to [Urban Meyer being hired]?
                            Brady Hoke: You know.....not....good.

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                            • STFU
                              "The problem with quotes on the Internet is that it is sometimes hard to verify their authenticity." -Abraham Lincoln

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                              • If he was from Nebraska...it would be a close deal until the end...then the defense would fuck it up at the end...lose by single digits...stay the course...

                                shit...wrong thread
                                Shut the fuck up Donny!

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