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    My Kids, Kayaking, Hiking, Camping, Outdoors activities. Woking in my Flower and Vegetable Gardens. Oh yeah, My Harley!

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  1. Frog Eater

    US Politics: compromising positions

    Going to Stanford or Yale is more about forming the network of future power players and being part of it. The parents of these children of privilege want their kids to be part of that network, and know that plunking down that half mil is an investment in their future. The super rich and famous dont have to do this, Jeff Bezo's kid will go wherever they want because every school will want Jeff Bezos to come around their school so they can hit him up for their endowment. The rich and privileged arent going to send their kid to Fresno State or anything close to it. They need to go to Stanford or USC so they can network with their peers.
  2. Frog Eater

    US Politics: compromising positions

    He was on the National Debate Team in 1992. He says that if he gets on the debate stage he will deliver.
  3. or even rotate the order. have 6 regions, Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Deep South, Southwest, Northwest and just rotate the order.
  4. Frog Eater

    US Politics: Shutbound & Down

    Here is the full video of the ENTIRE thing. the video is an hour and a half long. You get to see the Catholic kids standing in a group waiting for their bus to go home from the Right to Life march, and get to see the black guys calling them future school shooters, and future church shooters, the black guys call the Native Americans "Uncle Tomahawk", and when the kids start chanting school fight songs to drown out the hate being spewed by the black guys, the native Americans march into their group and the kids stand around and do nothing. When the Native Americans keep standing there beating their hand drum, the Catholic kids move to the side to keep waiting for their bus. The entire narrative that was making the Catholic kids look bad is all fake news.
  5. Frog Eater

    U.S. Politics: Oh Donnie Boy, the Feds are calling...

    This is patently false, FEMA has spent and continues to spend billions of dollars in Federal disaster monies in Puerto Rico. https://www.fema.gov/news-release/2018/11/01/fema-public-assistance-funding-tops-4-billion-puerto-rico https://www.fema.gov/news-release/2018/09/10/fact-sheet-obligated-funding-puerto-rico https://www.fema.gov/news-release/2018/10/09/basics-femas-public-assistance-program-puerto-rico not only has Puerto Rico been receiving billions in Federal Assistance, but has been receiving it at an unprecedented rate. https://www.npr.org/2018/08/17/639473616/nearly-a-year-after-maria-fema-reduces-assistance-to-puerto-rico "I think this is a good sign," said Mike Byrne, the top FEMA official on the island. "It's a sign that ... we're entering a recovery phase. The emergency requirements are no longer in place. We're no longer delivering food and water, power is back with the exception of a very few people. All of the essential infrastructure functions are up and running." After "major disaster" declarations, FEMA typically covers 75 percent of the cost of emergency response services, while local governments are responsible for the remaining 25 percent. After Hurricane Maria, President Trump authorized FEMA to cover 100 percent of those costs in Puerto Rico. To date, the agency says it has spent roughly $3 billion on things like debris removal, hazardous waste cleanup and road repairs, plus more than $2 billion on power restoration efforts. The agency said it has been one of the longest period of times for which it had covered 100 percent of the cost of emergency work, surpassed only by work in Louisiana and Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina. In those cases, Congress eventually passed a law that allowed FEMA to cover 100 percent of emergency work for the life of the disaster
  6. Frog Eater

    US Politics: In Through the Out Door

    He'll have the meatloaf.
  7. Frog Eater

    US Politics: In Through the Out Door

    I also just read that something similar happened in 2012 and she didnt disclose it for months to the public. So this may very well be nothing.
  8. Frog Eater

    US Politics: Four Days and Counting

    I completely agree. Veterans day is next week, they could move Veterans day to coincide with Election day and make it a federal holiday. Encouraging non federal employers to close on election day is a whole other issue.
  9. Frog Eater

    US Politics: Four Days and Counting

    I'm not making it up, I am quoting from the Heritage Foundation The fact that a tourist or illegal alien is subject to our laws and our courts if they violate our laws does not place them within the political “jurisdiction” of the United States as that phrase was defined by the framers of the 14th Amendment. This amendment’s language was derived from the 1866 Civil Rights Act, which provided that “[a]ll persons born in the United States, and not subject to any foreign power” would be considered citizens. https://www.heritage.org/immigration/commentary/birthright-citizenship-fundamental-misunderstanding-the-14th-amendment Plus, I already said on the previous page and on previous days, that it wouldnt hold up in court
  10. Frog Eater

    US Politics: Four Days and Counting

    https://www.heritage.org/immigration/commentary/birthright-citizenship-fundamental-misunderstanding-the-14th-amendment The Argument goes: The fact that a tourist or illegal alien is subject to our laws and our courts if they violate our laws does not place them within the political “jurisdiction” of the United States as that phrase was defined by the framers of the 14th Amendment. This amendment’s language was derived from the 1866 Civil Rights Act, which provided that “[a]ll persons born in the United States, and not subject to any foreign power” would be considered citizens. Personally: I think birthright citizenship gets upheld in the courts, and I dont think restricting travel of pregnant women will hold up either.
  11. Frog Eater

    US Politics: Four Days and Counting

    It is indeed, and one that will most likely go to the Supreme Court, as if President Trump would issue such an EO, it would be challenged in court the day he signed it.
  12. Frog Eater

    US Politics: Four Days and Counting

    but its not an amendment to the Constitution if his EO is clarifying that illegal immigrants are not under the jurisdiction of the United States but are acting as foreign agents, and therefore, children between 2 illegal immigrants are not citizens by right of being born in the United States.
  13. Frog Eater

    US Politics: Four Days and Counting

    Here in Richland County, the people all seemed in good spirits, were talking and joking in line, and it took about an hour to vote. Dont know anything about turning the smart phones off, we were not told anything of that sort. was her description a first hand account, or a story from someone who heard a story? I feel pretty good about the election today. The Republican enthusiasm I see is as high as 2016, and I think the Republicans have a chance to hold the House and will gain a few Senate seats as well. Trump campaigning these last few weeks has really increased Republican enthusiasm. Any Supreme Court confirmations next year should go a lot smoother. I am worried about the Governor seats in Florida and Georgia, but we will see.
  14. Frog Eater

    U.S. Politics: One Wave, Two Waves, Red Waves, Blue Waves

    Of course there is nothing credible about it, just as there was nothing credible about the Avenatti/Swetnick accusations about Kavanaugh, but posters here were calling them "credible accusations".
  15. Frog Eater

    U.S. Politics: One Wave, Two Waves, Red Waves, Blue Waves

    I dont give a shit about the accusations about Robert Mueller, and I dont look like a fool. I used the "credibly accused" because so many posters here on this board lined up to condemn Kavanaugh over his bullshit accusers, calling the accusations against him "credible", even though Avenatti and Swetnick have been referred for criminal prosecution, and when someone comes forward against Mueller, of course its bullshit as well.
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