Article of Impeachment Submitted Against Trump, FBI Nominee Testifies, New Photos of Great Red Spot: P.M. Links

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    Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) has submitted an Article of Impeachment against President Donald Trump. He has one co-sponsor so far.

  • Trump's nominee to head the FBI, Christopher Wray, told the Senate Judiciary Committee he wasn't asked for a loyalty oath and would resign if he were forced to drop an investigation and could not talk the president out of it.
  • Trump will visit Paris tomorrow to celebrate Bastille Day at the invitation of France President Emmanuel Macron.
  • Residents of Iqaluit say Amazon Prime does more for food security in northern Canada than federal subsidies.
  • China sends troops to Djibouti, where it will build its first overseas military base.
  • Ignacio "Lula" da Silva, the former president of Brazil, was found guilty of corruption and sentenced to nine and a half years in prison.
  • Zimbabwe is considering legalizing the production of cannabis to attract foreign businesses.
  • New photos of the Great Red Spot on Jupiter.

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  1. New photos of the Great Red Spot on Jupiter.

    Puberty. How embarrassing.

    1. Hello.

      “Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) has submitted an Article of Impeachment against President Donald Trump. He has one co-sponsor so far.”

      Of course. California.

      “You’re an idiot, Brad but I’ll sign it. Because I both like and pity you. Now piss off you shrill baby.”

    2. I wonder why Ed didn’t use that as the picture instead of that picture of the president of France.

      1. Who else is relieved that the Great Spot of Jupiter didn’t have Anal Van-Man’s face on it?

        1. I just imagine that he’s looking at it now, the high resolution photos making him more adamant that he will fuck the Great Spot.

    3. How embarrassing.

      I’ve been playing too much Overwatch cause I can only read this in a Winston voice. Still works though.

      1. Winston would be very awkward during puberty. He wouldn’t know how to deal with it.

        1. He wouldn’t know how to deal with it.

          Does anybody? I rubbed my dick between sofa cushions with true naivete and shame.

          1. Hell yeah I was ready. I spent my whole childhood on the internet preparing for puberty, and when it finally came so did I.

  2. Hello. I’M HERE FOR THE BEST TRUMP FELLATIO EVAH!

    1. You fucked up the meme AGAIN. Bad troll! Bad, dumb troll!

      1. Duh. I’m starting a new one. The asterisk makes the old one dumb.

        1. In that case, we’ll just add it to the list of points you’ve missed.

        2. This is why you had to keep re-taking Understanding Basic Humor at Evergreen.

          1. This is why you had to keep re-taking Understanding Basic Humor Understanding the Implied Racism and Sexism of Basic Humor at Evergreen.

            FTFY.

      2. Can we please stop responding to this troll? It may or may not be AddictionMyth, but in either case it adds nothing to the comments except for retardation.

        1. It’s not AddictionMyth, it’s american socialist.

          1. Commie Kid? It must have gotten into a bad batch of government cheese…

          2. That does beg the question, what happened to AddictionMyth? Whoever comes up with the best answer gets a gold star (and a gift from Crusty).

            1. He succumbed to his heroin usage, but he did so of his own volition.

            2. He/she/it had a massive meltdown from the Trumpening and is now at the cheapest mental health facility our taxes can afford.

              1. You joke, but this is almost certainly correct.

        2. Yes, this time pleas to stop responding to trolls is sure to work. I’ve got a good feeling.

          1. Zeb,

            Worked a treat for that AddictionMyth/dijal asshole.

            1. Did it? I though he just got banned.

          2. The last time Zeb said “I’ve got a good feeling,” it involved a cold bottle of Zima, a black female athlete, and a phone call to Jesse for certain supplies.

        3. He goes free, but I got banned earlier today (This actually happend). Everyone LOVES me I’m sure and yet I get banned. Treason magazine indeed.

          1. What does it take to get banned from Reason? Pissing on The Jacket?

            1. I finally made a post so useless that I triggered the anti-spam system. That’s actually what happened. I was also informed that my username is basically taunting the anti-spam system to begin with.

              1. Just wait until Reason does a car article and you comment in orange.

                Banned.

                1. If they try to say they have better car sales then they shouldn’t even bother to ban me. They better put me in the fucking ground, or I will find them and I will make them pay for their slander.

                  Sometimes Hihn is right and words are aggression.

    2. At least Trump doesn’t kill like Joseph Stalin. They’re totes the same.

      The left: Ideals that will eventually kill.

      1. Stalin killed with kindness

  3. Zimbabwe is considering legalizing the production of cannabis to attract foreign businesses.

    They can use it for currency.

    1. Fuck yeah Africa! Is a phrase I’d love to use more often.

      1. I too wish for the day that more of Africa knows peace, and we freely trade DNA amongst one another in raging, doped out sex piles.

        I continue to stand strongly for miscegenation.

  4. Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) has submitted an Article of Impeachment against President Donald Trump. He has one co-sponsor so far.

    Et tu, Brad?

  5. Ignacio “Lula” da Silva, the former president of Brazil, was found guilty of corruption and sentenced to nine and a half years in prison.

    Russia got to them, too, huh?

  6. Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) has submitted an Article of Impeachment against President Donald Trump. He has one co-sponsor so far.

    At least two congressmen will be making fundraising emails tonight.

  7. Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) has submitted an Article of Impeachment against President Donald Trump. He has one co-sponsor so far.

    They’re .92% of the way there!

  8. The MTA’s $20M plan to reduce subway delays includes these directional floor mats

    As part of the MTA’s $20 million plan to repair the nearly century-old transit system, it’s now installing a solution so simple, it’s amazing how this eluded us clueless straphangers this whole time: directional floor mats. The arrows point left, right and straight ahead, guiding passengers where to move into the train.

    Problem solved.

    1. We need those pushers that Japan has. I’m tired of doing it myself.

      And yes, unless the mats are coated with some sort of asshole-repellant, I don’t think they’ll help.

      1. unless the mats are coated with some sort of asshole-repellant, I don’t think they’ll help.

        If they were, no one would ride the train.

        *badump*crash*

        I am here all ze veek.

    2. The arrows are also subtle clues to the trains to help them from jumping the tracks.

    3. HOW DO I GET OUT OF THE TRAIN? ALL THE ARROWS ARE POINTING IN.

      1. THEY PLAYED US LIKE A GODDAMNED FIDDLE

  9. the fuck is food security?

    1. It’s making sure you hang your food way up in a tree so bears can’t get it.

      1. And remember to hang your head up there as well.

    2. It’s the ability of a community to have steady access to food sources.

      1. Wouldn’t it be easier to just live where the food is?

        1. So, like, next to the store?

          1. If the store is a thousand miles south, in civilazation, yes.

            1. Now that I know what link this is related to: yeah, no shit. Unless you are really determined to live that traditional way of life (which is not a great way to get food security), you should probably think of moving.

        2. Where do the wild cheeseburgers roam?

          1. Near Cheeseburg, South Dakota, duh!

        3. Sam Kinison Theory.

        4. I’m sure. It makes me feel a lot more skeptical about the community.

          1. One thing I wonder, is food any harder to come by now then it was when the natives lived there in their traditional way?

    3. It’s keeping your tasty snacks in a lock box. Like Social Security munnies.

    1. This guy seems a little obsessed with Trump’s dick, yes?

      1. Correction: I’m obsessed with the dickheads that voted for him.

        1. I see a (probably repressed) pattern of dick here.

        2. I knew you were obsessed with dickheads!

          That is where your favorite semen comes from.

    2. Gloria Allred to Donald Trump: you would be impressed with the size of mine.

      1. Gloria Allred wears underwear with dick holes in them.

  10. China sends troops to Djibouti, where it will build its first overseas military base.

    To think, in different times certain doctrines would have brought us to the precipice of war.

    1. Zheng He is all like “NOW you’re listening to me?”

    2. What’s Mandarin for “Manifest Destiny”?

      1. It’ll be the first thing they teach us at… camp.

        1. Djiboot camp?

    3. Now that would really shake Djibouti

    1. Skip. I saw the cartoon and the Patrick Warburton version. This seems a distant 3rd.

    2. The pilot has been out for over a year. Did it finally get picked up? It wasn’t bad. I chuckled a few times, if I remember correctly. There is also a pilot with Van Damme on Prime that is actually pretty funny.

    3. That’s the best they can do with a trailer?

      Tick was great before, but this is gonna stink on ice.

    1. Hitler?

        1. what kind of maniac drugs little kittens?

          1. What kind of loser fails at it?

            1. Walt was always a little disappointed they survived.

  11. …and would resign if he were forced to drop an investigation and could not talk the president out of it.

    “I mean, Trump seems to hold the opinion of the last person to speak to him, so if I can’t pull that off, I don’t deserve to be a bureaucrat.”

  12. China sends troops to Djibouti, where it will build its first overseas military base.

    So will that count as Made in China or not?

    1. Then people can say Chinese goods really are shit…

      ‘Cause they’re made in ja booty.

    1. bottom-of-the-drawer bikini too…

    2. For such a babe, these photos are underwhelming. I think it’s the lighting?

      1. For someone with so many good physical features, I find her pretty underwhelming in general (appearance-wise, don’t get me started on the terrible songs of hers my wife likes to listen to over and over).

        1. the terrible songs of hers my wife likes to listen to over and over)

          I’m beginning to understand why you drown your tastebuds with hoppy beer.

          1. Look, buddy, you are the one with overactive taste buds. That apparently are connected with hearing somehow.

        2. I’m so thankful that I like my SO’s taste in music.

          1. i don’t know you well enough to assert it must be tough to find another Anne Murray fan, but it seems appropriate here…

          2. Ours is mostly compatible, but she’s got certain things that she listens to on repeat that really don’t work for me.

  13. I am introducing Articles of Impeachment to begin a long process to protect our country from abuse of power, obstruction of justice, and impulsive, ignorant incompetence.

    Says a guy who supported Hillary Clinton. You can’t make this shit up.

    1. He’s a Congressman. If he was really against impulsive, ignorant incompetence, he’d resign immediately and encourage all of his fellow reps to do the same.

  14. China Teleports First Object to Earth’s Orbit

    Chinese researchers have teleported a photon from the Gobi desert to a satellite orbiting five hundred kilometres above the earth.

    This is achieved through quantum entanglement, a process where two particles react as one with no physical connection between them.

    Hooke Professor of Experimental Physics at Oxford University Ian Walmsley tells the World At One how quantum entanglement works and how teleportation could be utilised.

    1. Daaaaamn — Beam me up Scotty!

      1. “Tea, Earl Gray, hot.”

        1. Yeah but it sounds like this tech doesn’t create, it only moves from one space to another, so that tea has to come from somewhere, I say take it from the rich! They have enough tea as it is!

      2. “What came back…did not live long…fortunately.”

    2. Not sure I’d call a photon “an object.”

      1. Really? I’ve called immaterial ideas objects before, under certain philosophical settings — of course even ideas have some physical anchor.

        Besides size is relative, in some regards a photon is a large object in comparison too… strings, god particles, etc.

        1. Would you call a radio wave a collection of objects?

          1. Using the phrase, “the object in question” as an example — I think anything the mind can focus on and/or something that is distinguishable from other things can be referred to as an object.

            1. Ok. You got me there, but that’s not really the connotation they used in the headline.

          2. Would you call Katy Perry an object?

            1. I think she kind of objectifies herself with some of her lyrics.

      2. It’s not strictly a physical object. Which is why I’d say this isn’t quite ‘teleportation.’ It would be more accurately described as transmission of information maybe?

    3. I suppose a photon is technically an object. But the way people talk about quantum teleportation seems kind of desperate to make it sound more exciting than it is.

      1. I suppose a photon is technically an object.

        It’s energy. Can energy be an object?

        1. It’s both, and it’s special like that.

      2. Watch the video, it’s short and informative. It has more implications for data/information transfer using quantum computing for security, rather than sending your cat to your ex-wife.

        1. I actually am quite interested in these things, so I have a good idea of the potential applications. And they are potentially very interesting and useful. But not what people generally think of when they read “teleportation”.

        2. Exactly, this is communication rather than teleportation.

          Instantaneous transmission is pretty interesting, but not enough for the popular science writers.

  15. Trump will visit Paris tomorrow to celebrate Bastille Day at the invitation of France President Emmanuel Macron.

    Les tweets will be tr?s magnifique!

    1. I nope NPR tweets something French Revolutionary

    2. What did Robespierre say to the guillotine?

  16. Is The Bold Type Our Millennial Sex & The City?

    I sure hope so.

    The pilot of Bold Type ? at which viewers had the chance to take a sneak peek last month following Pretty Little Liars ? easily sets up the SATC rubric. The show follows three close female friends (it eschews an SATC fourth), who all work at fictional feminist magazine Scarlet, as they deal with the ups and downs of love, careers, and sex in New York City. Each young woman has a wildly different personality, but they’re still BFFs anyway.

    I wonder which character they left out: the equine one, the hot one, the old one, or the gross one?

    My guess: the horse-faced monster, because you just can’t top perfection.

    1. Uhhhhh, when did Sex & The City stop being for all generations of mankind?

      1. When I refused to watch it. Because I’m not gay.

        1. I’ve seen every episode. It is a classic love story, and I am a sucker for those.

          1. It’s because you’re a classic guy.

              1. STOP! YOU’RE LOWERING THE LEVEL OF DISCOURSE!!!

          2. Star Wars Episode 2 Attack of the Clones was good!

    2. So are all of the characters in Bold Type Gay men represented by women like Sex and the City was?

  17. China sends troops to Djibouti, where it will build its first overseas military base.

    Uh oh. You know what happens when you get a lot of Chinese in Djibouti.

  18. >>>Zimbabwe is considering legalizing the production of cannabis…

    southern lights.

    1. Of course, then Mugabe will seize all the grow ops and redistribute them to people who know nothing about cultivation, and Zimbabwe will be lucky if there’s even any ditchweed around in ten years.

      1. zimbabwicali. ick.

      2. Mugabe is the main reason why my Fantasy Dictator League is still kicking strong.

  19. “Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) has submitted an Article of Impeachment against President Donald Trump. He has one co-sponsor so far.”

    Nothing screams credibility quite like going off half-cocked.

    1. Ken, you of all people know that sometimes you have to force it in there as best you can.

      1. After you force it in, maybe a little momentum will build and it will start to grow into something useful.

        1. I thought I understood the metaphor in the first post, but the second really muddled it all.

        2. Just tie a stick to it.

  20. Gee, get off it CNN. Dear Leader didn’t do anything illegal– that we know of, yet. He just fired the head of the FBI and then acknowledged on national TV that he fired him because said official was investigating him. That’s all.

    That and he’s just lazy, boorish, incompetent, bad and unhappy at his new job, and dumb. Oh and his son and son-in-law committed an obvious felony in the process of a campaign that relied on the endless cupidity and latent racism of the American people. A fucking nothing burger if I’ve ever seen one.

    1. That’s an awful lot of smug comprehension from a guy who doesn’t understand how to pay his mortgage.

      1. Condescension, dammit. Fuck!

        1. Now I just imagine him, sitting there in his box, a sly grin on his face thinking about how well he understands what’s happening around him.

        2. phones these days, amitrite?

        3. Condensation? What are you going on about?

    2. “”” that relied on the endless cupidity and latent racism of the American people.”””

      So you agree that Trump is a Man of the People!

    3. Desperation is a stinky cologne, fella.

    4. He just fired the head of the FBI and then acknowledged on national TV that he fired him because said official was investigating him.

      This is not only patently untrue, it’s actually a full 180 degrees from the truth – Trump fired him for refusing to inform the public that he wasn’t under investigation.

      Stop lying, you lying piece of lying shit.

      1. This is what he said to Lester Holt: “And in fact when I decided to just do it, I said to myself, I said ‘you know, this Russia thing with Trump and Russia is a made-up story, it’s an excuse by the Democrats for having lost an election that they should have won”

        That doesn’t indicate anything about him firing Comey because he failed to exonerate him. True, Dear Leader doesn’t even know what he’s saying half the time, but what am I supposed to do, mind meld with the fucking sexist asshole? Fuck that!

        1. “True, Dear Leader doesn’t even know what he’s saying half the time,”

          So you’re hoping to get to that level, shitbag?

  21. Maxine Waters: From ‘Most Corrupt’ to Resistance Hero

    From the glowing coverage and partisan praise, you’d barely detect that just a few years ago the veteran California congresswoman was dubbed one of the nation’s “most corrupt” elected officials by the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington for her role in pushing a bailout for a bank tied to her family.

    Waters these days is favorably referred to as a “resistance” fighter?by the kind of groups and viral-content creators who enjoy using a hashtag in front of the word “resistance” to signal their hatred of President Trump.

    A majority of Waters’ press releases since election day have attacked Trump or a member of his administration directly. Highlights include multiple references to the president’s “Kremlin Klan” and releases with blunt headlines such as “Shame on you, Donald Trump!” and “Waters to Trump: If you hate the Constitution so much, resign!”

    1. Yep, Rep. Maxine Waters is the big threat to liberty right now. Definitely should focus our attention on her.

      What’s sad is you don’t even bother with the slightest effort to prove Robespierre and myself wrong. It’s just I wuv Trump all day all night. Pathetic cows.

      1. It’s just I wuv Trump all day all night.

        No duh, grandpa.

      2. Maxine waters, like Judi Dench, is a national treasure.

        1. So she should be locked away in a vault?

      3. History proved Robespierre wrong. Awful lot of broken eggs. Still no omelette

      4. Trump should promise her more money for dem programs.

      5. What’s sad is you don’t even bother with the slightest effort to prove Robespierre and myself wrong.

        When people are self-evidently wrong, it, by definition, takes no effort at all to prove it.

  22. Lots of good lines from the Amazon article:

    “It’s completely unacceptable that so many northerners are still struggling to feed their families,” Carolyn Bennett, the minister for Indigenous and northern affairs, said in question period on June 16.

    Is it really? I don’t have an issue with them living there, but is it really offensive that people living in some of the least hospitable places on earth have to deal with higher prices for goods? They live in Nunuvat, a province the size of western europe with the population of a small city. It’s remote, and it is freezing most of the year. Let’s not be so damn surprised that its hard to get supplies there.

    Thorhaug says he’s “baffled” by how Amazon ships heavy items, like flour, with no markup. He doesn’t think relying on it is a long-term solution.

    Then we have someone clamoring for more government services claiming to be baffled by how a particular service can be efficiently run. Which is just beautiful.

    1. “It’s completely unacceptable that so many northerners are still struggling to feed their families,”

      I believe Sam Kinison had the solution to this problem 30 years ago.

      1. It’s definitely an easy solution for the group of people already living in a first world country.

        1. Like Canada.

          1. Yeah, I was agreeing with you. I didn’t mean it as sarcasm.

      2. So, open borders?

    2. Thorhaug says he’s “baffled” by how Amazon ships heavy items, like flour, with no markup. He doesn’t think relying on it is a long-term solution.

      A lot of people are baffled how a company that rarely makes a profit manages to stay in business. But Amazon’s been pulling it off for damn near 20 years now.

  23. Trump will visit Paris tomorrow to celebrate Bastille Day at the invitation of France President Emmanuel Macron.

    “Insensitively, I led the US President into a Bastille Day celebration. Suddenly I saw his face freeze up as he was confronted with politicians named “Robespierre” and “Marat” and factions like Sans-culottes, Montagnards and Girondins. I quickly asked if he wanted to go somewhere else and he anxiously nodded yes and we celebrated Cinco de Mayo.”

    1. “Euro-Disney makes the best taco bowls! I love the Frogs!”

  24. Tried to figure out if the alt-text was something tongue in cheek I didn’t get, but just a typo

  25. Pop culture is going to entertain us to death. And we’ll be too distracted to care.

    Let’s play alarmist for a second, shall we? Consider a future in which large sectors of employment are virtually eliminated by increased technological efficiency ? warehouse jobs replaced by self-stocking robots and delivery men replaced by drones and truckers replaced by self-driving big rigs and artisanal #HotTake artists replaced by A.I. programs capable of mimicking semi-sentience by producing aggressively outr? formulations designed to provoke a response on Facebook and Twitter.

    Such replacements make more palatable the arguments for a universal basic income, a form of welfare that amounts to a guarantee of economic security from the state delivered to everyone, whether they are seeking (or have already attained) work or not. Finland has been testing one such program for a while now and found that it decreases stress (unsurprising; being unable to acquire the money needed to survive is stressful) and may spur the more motivated among the subsidized to find some work (modestly counter-intuitive; since the UBI is not withdrawn if a person finds part-time work, thus removing a disincentive for employment, it makes sense).

    1. I am sure that the UBI refuces stress for the recipient. Now, from whom are you cannibalizing to get the resources necessary to run it?

    2. and for the less motivated, it subsidizes their beer/porn/WOW habit.

      Nothing good will come of UBI, all you have to do is look at the various experiments with extended UE benefits or expanded disability programs.

      1. it subsidizes their beer/porn/WOW habit.

        Nothing good will come of UBI,

        Both can’t be true.

      2. Yeah, after he spends most of the article discussing how much & why young men love playing video games, it seems like a bit of a stretch when he concludes that unemployment and a UBI could lead to a creative renaissance.

      3. If Finland’s program shows positive results, other countries will give it a try and then we will see real data. At this point there is no reason not give it a run on trial basis.

  26. Zimbabwe is considering legalizing the production of cannabis to attract foreign businesses.

    A country that set about stealing property from white farmers because they’re white is now soliciting foreigners (whites) to come to their country to farm. Maybe I could just forgo moving to and starting a business in that kleptocratic shithole and just send Robert Mugabe my life savings.

    1. And the white farmers just wanted to be left alone in their native land of Zimbabwe.

      1. I believe the orginal white farmers were mostly born in what became Zimbabwe. What is your point?

  27. “The question is, how can it last that long? What’s powering it, how’s it really working inside?”

    But enough about Nancy Pelosi.

  28. “China sends troops to Djibouti, where it will build its first overseas military base.”

    And if the government or the people of Djibouti don’t want them there, the Chinese can always build an island in the middle of Djibouti harbor and say it’s always been part of China.

    In all seriousness, talking about China’s “first overseas military base” sounds like Chinese propaganda.

    What do you mean by overseas?

    What about the military bases China has built on those islands in the South China Sea?

    China helped establish military bases all over the world during the Cold War–they helped Maoist rebels for decades. Revolutionary Internationalist Movement ring a bell? They included everybody from the Shining Path in Peru to movements in Sri Lanka, Turkey, and the Philippines.

    Are there any military bases in Tibet?

    What about China’s entry into the Korean War?

    What about China’s war with Vietnam in 1979?

    1. That was evull Maoist China, not Thomas Friedman cuddly dictatorship China. It’s like a totally separate thing.

      /sarc

    2. I presume they mean overseas to mean you have to cross a sea to get to it and it is not something they consider Chinese territory. That kind of excludes most of those places you mentioned.

      Most of the world considered Tibet a protectorate or semi-autonomous province of China since at least the 19th Century.

      1. Yeah, everywhere China goes, it’s Chinese territory.

        I don’t think so.

        1. I did not say their claims were valid, just thatbthey had them.

          Though apparently US foreign policy in the 19th and early 20th Centuries held thst Tibet eas an integral part of China because the US government thought that would discourage Britsin from adding Tibet to the Empire.

      2. And go ahead and ask the Dalai Lama how that worked out for them.

  29. “Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) has submitted an Article of Impeachment against President Donald Trump. He has one co-sponsor so far.”

    Specifically:
    1) He’s not nice to some people!
    2) He wears his wrist-watch too tight!
    3) His hair cut is ugly!
    4) STUFF!!!!
    And Sherman wants his mommy, too!

    1. Yeah, if the Democrats were trying to convince me they are the ‘serious’ party in Washington this is not the way to do so.

      1. Every time Tony posts about TREASON!!!!, I keep getting an ear-worm riff on Music Man:

        “Canoodling! Canoodling with the Russkis!
        That begins with a “C”
        And that rhymes with “T”
        And that spells TROUBLE!
        Right here in River City”

  30. Jupiter is now the president of France? Or does the president of France just happen to look like Jupiter?

    1. Why you hatin’ on Jupiter?

  31. Trump administration wants to require everyone leaving the country to provide face scans and fingerprints, but totally promises it won’t keep the ones from US citizens:

    Face scans for US citizens flying abroad stir privacy issues

    1. Yeah, because our phone conversations were totally anonymous. More proof that the Trump Administration are full of statist jackholes.

      I guess his theory is ‘well they did it to me, so fuck those guys’. Figures.

      1. Notably though, they already have these on every American who has a drivers license as long as the State wants to share it. That battle was lost a long time ago, I think. Might be time to bring it up again.

    2. I think we’re probably less than 10 years from DNA starting collected on everyone, not just felons. They won’t start with everyone, it will be incremental, but it’s coming. Will have support from red and blue alike.

  32. Is there enough room in Djibouti? I notice they’re sending the Navy. Good call.

  33. Is there enough room in Djibouti? I notice they’re sending the Navy. Good call.

  34. Remember that one time when the senate couldn’t remove Clinton from office even though he actually lied under oath?

    Good times.

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