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1 hour ago, East Coast Aztec said:

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Probably true about the shagging. But before doing the deed you better get a sock handy to shove in her mouth afterward.

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1 hour ago, Whats Up Doc said:

Could Trump's legacy be getting stupid white people to stop watching Fox News?

If so, it's Presidential Medal of Freedom time, baby!

It makes it ten times worse of they go to Newsmax, OAN, or inforwars, lol 

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Sidney Powell told Fox Business' Lou Dobbs tonight that she will file a large Georgia lawsuit on Wednesday that will blow the election wide open. She claims there was foreign interference in the election. She also said her lawsuit will have many exhibits when filed. She also claimed she will file many more suits.

At the same time, Sidney Powell is soliciting funds for her "Legal Defense Fund for the American Republic" to "protect the integrity of elections". Donations can be made via her website.

However, if someone wants to write a check to the "Legal Defense Fund for the American Republic" the website says to make the check payable to "Sidney Powell, PC" with the legal fund written on the memo line. :hahaha:

 

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17 minutes ago, FresnoFacts said:

Sidney Powell told Fox Business' Lou Dobbs tonight that she will file a large Georgia lawsuit on Wednesday that will blow the election wide open. She claims there was foreign interference in the election. She also said her lawsuit will have many exhibits when filed. She also claimed she will file many more suits.

At the same time, Sidney Powell is soliciting funds for her "Legal Defense Fund for the American Republic" to "protect the integrity of elections". Donations can be made via her website.

However, if someone wants to write a check to the "Legal Defense Fund for the American Republic" the website says to make the check payable to "Sidney Powell, PC" with the legal fund written on the memo line. :hahaha:

 

It makes me wonder how long their grifting will work?  I bet a lot of those fools who wear MAGA hats have been in the food lines.     

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On 11/23/2020 at 10:51 AM, SalinasSpartan said:

Crime has dropped across the entire country consistently almost my entire life.

Yep, until the past few years.  Almost makes you wonder if the crime reform of the late eighties and nineties might have had something to do with it.  Hell of coincidence that once we started rolling it back it started to get worse again.

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23 hours ago, East Coast Aztec said:

Seeing a lot of new chatter about some reassigning of justices in the circuits, which would put GA with Thomas, MI with Kavanaugh, WI with Barrett, and PA with Alito.  Chief Justice Roberts made the reassignments.  Lot of pro-Trump folks are really latching on to this, and some of the evangelicals say it is a sign of God that this has happened, not, you know, a person doing it.  

Any of you folks believe there is merit to this in regards to the election?  Would be quite interesting to see Biden all ready to move in, only for Donny boy to change the locks on him.

Supreme Court Order

 

10 hours ago, Rofl_copter_dos said:

it means nothing, most of those assignments were already in place.  They shuffle a bit every time there's a new justice to put them in charge of circuits they're familiar with geographically.

 

SCOTUS won't touch this with a 10 foot pole...Roberts is a hack, but he's a smart hack, and if SCOTUS repudiates trump here and keeps the ACA alive in the other ruling it kills any drive to pack the courts for a good decade and gives them cover to kneecap Biden at every turn.  He'll convince two of Kav/Gorsuch/Barrett to defect.

Roberts and the Court decide their circuit appointments under federal law. The President has no say here.

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On 11/23/2020 at 3:03 PM, halfmanhalfbronco said:

If he had ridden off into the sunset he would have gone down as one the best American Mayors of all time, justified or not.

I just can't give him credit, or any more than small partial credit, for overall crime reduction.  

When you are four times less likely to be shot to death in just the span of five years, that’s not a simple trend or nature healing itself. That’s effective policy.

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3275435/

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2 minutes ago, thelawlorfaithful said:

When you are four times less likely to be shot to death in just the span of five years, that’s not a simple trend or nature healing itself. That’s effective policy.

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3275435/

How does that compare to say LA or Chicago during the same time?  Honest question I would like to learn more.  What were the major policy differences in NYC?

 

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14 minutes ago, halfmanhalfbronco said:

How does that compare to say LA or Chicago during the same time?  Honest question I would like to learn more.  What were the major policy differences in NYC?

 

There are books written about, lots of them.  NYC crime went down twice as much as Chicago, so you cant just say it was the aging population and decline of the crack epidemic like bleeding hearts and ilbertarians always claim.

NYC practiced broken windows, the theory is that not tolerating low level crime like graffiti allowed law enforcement to take back neighborhoods and make them unfriendly to criminals.  Stop and frisk was part of that, and it probably got out of hand under Bloomberg who greatly expanded it.  (Not exactly shocking hes the same phucker that outlawed super big gulps)..

NYC had a lot more cops per capita than LA, and a lot more on foot.  Or did until the current idiots were running the state and city.

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6 minutes ago, halfmanhalfbronco said:

How does that compare to say LA or Chicago during the same time?  Honest question I would like to learn more.  What were the major policy differences in NYC?

 

LA’s homicides were cut in half, from a high of 1,092 down to 419 by 1998.

http://lapd-assets.lapdonline.org/assets/crime_statistics/digest/1998/homicidestats.htm

Chicago drop was less pronounced, from a high of 943 in 1992 down to 704 in 1998.

https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/breaking/ct-chicago-homicides-data-since-1957-20160302-htmlstory.html

Now there are a lot of key differences in these cities of course, but it’s clear that New York City was a bloody nightmare of an outlier and within a few years it was right in line with other major cities.

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19 minutes ago, thelawlorfaithful said:

LA’s homicides were cut in half, from a high of 1,092 down to 419 by 1998.

http://lapd-assets.lapdonline.org/assets/crime_statistics/digest/1998/homicidestats.htm

Chicago drop was less pronounced, from a high of 943 in 1992 down to 704 in 1998.

https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/breaking/ct-chicago-homicides-data-since-1957-20160302-htmlstory.html

Now there are a lot of key differences in these cities of course, but it’s clear that New York City was a bloody nightmare of an outlier and within a few years it was right in line with other major cities.

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https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2018/03/the-crime-fighting-program-that-changed-new-york-forever.html

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2 hours ago, CPslograd said:

Yep, until the past few years.  Almost makes you wonder if the crime reform of the late eighties and nineties might have had something to do with it.  Hell of coincidence that once we started rolling it back it started to get worse again.

It dropped across Europe as well. I’d venture a guess they didn’t enact the same policies as we did. Either it was a hell of a coincidence that both approaches worked, or there was a reason independent of public policy driving the drop in crime. 

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