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  1. Argus

    Ottawa's secret consultations on racism

    Well you're not doing a very good job of it.
  2. Argus

    Removal of Cornwallis statue.

    According to a Globe and Mail report from that time, his cabinet was convinced to go along with it when his immigration minister told him most of those new Canadians would vote for the government in power when they came over.
  3. Dec. 5, 2014: Clinton’s team provides 55,000 pages of emails, or about 30,000 individual emails, to the State Department. Mills tells an employee at Platte River Networks, which managed the server, that Clinton does not need to retain any emails older than 60 days. March 4, 2015: The Benghazi committee issues a subpoena requiring Clinton to turn over all emails from her private server related to the incident in Libya. Between March 25-31, 2015: The Platte River Networks employee has what he calls an "oh s---" moment, realizing he did not delete Clinton’s email archive, per Mills’ December 2014 request. The employee deletes the email archive using a software called BleachBit. https://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2016/oct/09/donald-trump/donald-trump-says-hillary-clinton-deleted-33000-em/ It is your own belief, apparently, that at some point after March 4th Clinton personally contacted the employee (who she did not know and had never met) and told them to delete her emails. Unfortunately for you and the Republicans, you can't convict people without actual evidence.
  4. Yes, BEFORE the subpoena Afterward.
  5. https://www.foxnews.com/world/north-korea-continues-construction-of-nuclear-research-facility-despite-agreement-to-denuclearize-report https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/aug/22/north-korea-still-developing-nuclear-weapons-iaea-report-un https://www.nbcnews.com/news/north-korea/north-korea-still-making-nukes-trump-admin-now-taking-much-n907651 Never said any such thing. I said they don't deliberately lie. FOX is not a news channel. It is an entertainment channel. Entertainment is its primary purpose, not news. This according to the owner. And yet it virtually never happens.
  6. Daniels needs a name for Trump in keeping with his insults to everyone else. I would suggest The Little Mushroom, or perhaps Mr. Yeti Pubes.

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    2. Wilber

      Wilber

      Fat Bastard works. He does own a golf course in Scotland and the locals can't stand him.

    3. betsy

      betsy

      If I'd lost the case, and am ordered to pay HIS legal fees - I'd want some names  too!  :D

    4. Argus

      Argus

      The Mushroom Man is more personal, though. Even if it is a bit below the belt...

  7. What's Obama's lousy foreign policy got to do with Trump's even lousier foreign policy? There has been NO change to military numbers or tactics under Trump. ISIS was dying before he took office, but what really hammered is was Russia, Iran and Turkey. The US has had nothing to do with it. You have anything that says there were more attacks under Obama than under Trump? Cite. Not even a real crime? Seriously? LOL. Every criminal is offered a deal if they can flip on a bigger criminal the government is interested in - at all levels in all countries. Have you never even watched a TV detective show?
  8. There has been no verifiable progress. None. Just last month US intelligence said North Korea was increasing its production of nuclear weapons fuel and missile components, and stepping up its efforts to hide facilities. Any US President could have gotten some old bones shipped home if they'd been willing to grant North Korea's demand for a face to face meeting. None of them were without some concessions from North Korea. Mr. Let's Make a Deal went with no conditions, expressed his love for North Korea's butchering leader, and then went home to bed to eat burgers. Yes, but all the media do in pursuit of eyeballs. Odd how the US managed to get through two hundred years without requiring picture ID, ain't it? Suddenly all the Republican controlled states started instituting these strict voter ID laws... for some reason.
  9. Yes, happens literally tens of times a year!
  10. Argus

    Heath Care too expensive?

    Well I guess I'd do a better job of it since you only seem to be interested in posturing.
  11. Argus

    Heath Care too expensive?

    You worked for the government. Governments, at least in Canada, and anything affiliated with government (ie education, health) tend to pay very well as a matter of policy.
  12. Argus

    Heath Care too expensive?

    Where is there hunger? The problem isn't a lack of money it's that people who are poor also tend to be people who have no idea how to handle their money, how to budget, and how to set money aside for upcoming bills. You think $50,000 a year isn't enough? What would be enough? $100,000 a year?
  13. The way these demands for voter ID have spread - all of a sudden, despite no evidence of more than the very occasional voter fraud, is due to the Republican efforts to disenfranchise minorities. It isn't just ID they want, but particular kinds of ID that poor people - and thus minorities, often don't have.
  14. What strength was Trump negotiating from? As far as I can tell he gave in to North Korea's demand for a face to face meeting without concessions, and then got nothing in the meeting but smiles and pats on his head. Just because they don't rush to judge something terrorism - before the police have made any such determination -- doesn't mean they're lying. There are none so blind as those who will not see. Except those who get their news and opinions from FOX.
  15. Really? How? Not as wrong as Trump, who admires Putin. I think we're all still waiting for Trump's plan on how he would deal with ISIS. He never actually had one, did he... In what way? 911, happened on Bush's watch, not Obama's. Certainly wrong about this, but he had little to do with the fixation of the media and political leftists on shootings of Blacks, I suspect the FBI is going to put Trump and his entire family in prison for money laundering, fraud, bribery, sanctions busting, racketeering and income tax fraud. You people are still fixated on Clinton and her bloody emails, even though no civilian in history has ever been charged, much less convicted, for using a private email server. They're absolutely standard, used by every police force throughout all of history, including the ones in Canada.
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