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This_Account 4 points ago +4 / -0

I wonder what % of stuff we know. Is it the dumb stuff like F&F that is so stupid we find out about it? Or is there even more retarded shit?

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This_Account 2 points ago +3 / -1

כן, אנחנו הליברטריאנים הרדיקליים תומכים בבירוקרטים תופסי נשק שלא נבחרו, כמו גם בכספי המס שלנו שהועברו למדינות זרות.

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This_Account 2 points ago +2 / -0

Where IRS & NFA Logic meet.

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This_Account 7 points ago +7 / -0

Yes. Including your .win account. The feddy bois lurking here will tell NY how mean you are to them and that's not good character & conduct.

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This_Account 7 points ago +7 / -0

The Toyota Tacoma is basically the North American version of the Toyota Hilux. The Hilux has been credited for winning the Toyota War in 1987 where Chad insurgent groups repelled Soviet-surplus-supplied Lybian occupation. They were able to do this because of their fleet of 400 Toyota Hilux pickup trucks which were configured as technicals. This gave them agility and terrain advantages compared to the old Soviet tanks that the Lybians had.

Edit:

It's worth mentioning that this strategy worked in part because the French provided air support to the Chad insurgent groups, basically neutralizing the Lybian air force compared to Chad's non-existent air force. Once Chad completely repelled the Lybian forces, France withdrew their air support. Knowing that they were vulnerable, the Chad fleet of Hiluxes drove 50 miles into Lybian territory overnight to attack the Maaten al-Sarra Air Base, crippling their air force.

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This_Account 6 points ago +6 / -0

Doing some quick history on Wikipedia:

16th Amendment (1913) - The federal government can levy an income tax. Was in response to SCOTUS ruling in Pollock v. Farmers' Loan & Trust Co.

Pollock v. Farmers' Loan & Trust Co. (1895) - overruled the Wilson–Gorman Tariff Act. The Farmers Loan & Trust Company (now Citibank) provided a list of all their shareholders to the Department of Treasury to better identify who should pony up. Pollock, who owned only 10 shares of Farmers, sued.

Wilson–Gorman Tariff Act (1894) - Imposed a 2% tax on income >$4,000/year so they could reduce tariffs on imports.

"supporters of the income tax believed that it would help reduce income inequality and shift the burden of taxation to the wealthy."

ROTFL

Edit: Continuing on,

You will hear progressives make this scummy claim that because "blue states" pay more to the federal government, that they should have more say in the federal government.

This would not be the case if not for the 16th Amendment. 16A excludes income tax from the apportionment rule under Article I, Section 2, Clause 3 of the US Constitution. Direct taxes, like House Representatives, are supposed to be proportional the population of the member States.

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This_Account 6 points ago +6 / -0

He lists the resources in the Description:

3D Printer - Link - $279.00

Filament - Link - $26.99/kg

That's $305.99 vs an actual MP5 around $1,500 at minimum.

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This_Account 8 points ago +8 / -0

Can't fire out of battery when there is no battery.

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This_Account 11 points ago +11 / -0

Looks like back in 2016, after the pulse night club shooting, this guy did the bit where he tried to buy a gun to prove "it's too easy to get guns in America". Then he was denied the purchase because of his history of domestic abuse on his background check.

WDBO - Sun-Times columnist denied gun sale due to alcohol abuse, domestic violence charges

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This_Account 4 points ago +4 / -0

I acknowledge this. I also acknowledge that gun-rights (both legally and culturally-exercised) have been overall advanced since the '94 AWB. I am not sure if the state (or the 2A) was a necessary mechanism to advance gun-ownership, or if the state was just an adversary to gun-ownership.

My overall faith is in the American people. They chose to exercise their rights when the state removed it's restrictions. I hope they choose to hold their ground if any new restrictions are imposed. But for that to happen, their decision will need to be on the fundamental right, not on what the state chose to ratify (the 2A).

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This_Account 8 points ago +8 / -0

I am torn on the legitimacy of the 2A.

My anarchist side says the right exists outside of any constitution. It's what is actually practiced in culture that is legitimate. Also the 2A is failing those in certain states (and in the US). Not quite a protected right like a constitution enumerated to be.

My conservative side says that the reason we, as Americans, do still have a culture of gun-ownership is because the forefathers bothered to enumerate the right in the 2A.

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This_Account 4 points ago +4 / -0

Not banned, but Uncle Ted's manifesto is on Amazon. The reviews are fun to read.

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This_Account 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yeah. New York, California, and Chicago have banned aforementioned "assault weapons". We should want their crime rates. No?

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This_Account 4 points ago +4 / -0

Every time I hear the word "senseless", I hear "This wasn't murder because there was no intent. The gun was just being recklessly handled."

These people are so morally decrepit, they don't actually believe the recent shootings are wrong because of the murder. They believe the shootings are just an opportunity advance the power of the state.

"I hope the gun isn't loaded."

So what? I store my guns loaded. Fuck you lizard.

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This_Account 9 points ago +9 / -0

We need a token fed on this forum. I like to know what talking points are floating across their desk.

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This_Account 2 points ago +2 / -0

Honestly, I think we should steer directly into the federal overwatch. We need to create like a honeypot.win forum where we post content fully acknowledging the feds are watching. Content like memes specifically for feds to review, satirically praise Andreas Strassmier, amas of feds on what their operation is like, forecast what demographics to target next, how to resolve your existential crisis be becoming an ATF informant, getting weapons and training from ATF agents, etc. Glowing would 100% be encouraged and be refined to an art. I'd hang out on that forum. There would be some fine legal lines not to be crossed, but that tension adds to the fun.

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This_Account 10 points ago +10 / -0

dons tinfoil hat

The feds are going on defense. There's a scotus case from NY of all places that is supposed to slap down tyrannical state restrictions on firearms or some shit. They aren't looking to federalize those restrictions any more. Why else would a mass shooting occur in the state with the most firearms restrictions? Seems like those restrictions don't work to prevent gun violence. Those restrictions are there to give precedent for gun control at all. They must be protected at the state level. Must alarm that local populace.

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This_Account 7 points ago +7 / -0

This looks just like my inbox. Somethings never change I guess.

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This_Account 3 points ago +3 / -0

No child of mine will be caught wearing cat ears.

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This_Account 3 points ago +4 / -1

Lucas would request multiple takes during the boogaloo and would like to finish processing the footage before a mission debrief, then assess the victor based on social media engagement metrics. He would then send the metrics to weapons manufacturers to get new tools for his next skirmish. Wash, Rinse & Repeat.

Because brand marketing is "edgy".

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This_Account 4 points ago +4 / -0

Asian & European countries aren't any better on the issue of liberty despite higher average IQ. Higher average IQ outside of individual liberty means your citizenry is more pliable to trust institutions. What we need is individuals to sharpen themselves and then take care of those around them, not defer to some alphabet soup agency to do that. Take your shallow analysis and fuck off glowie.

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