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RIPON, Wis. — For Timothy Bachleitner, a Republican Party leader in this small Wisconsin city, his party’s collapse in a spring election for state Supreme Court was demoralizing enough. But what really hurt was when a Mack truck rolled through Ripon not long after, wrenched up a building revered as the sentimental birthplace of the GOP, and plunked it down on a commercial corridor a little more than a mile away.

The Little White Schoolhouse, where a group of Whigs, Free Soilers and Democrats met to form a new, anti-slavery party in 1854, had been moved several times before, and the building’s owner, the Ripon Chamber of Commerce, said the new location would make it easier to accommodate visitors when Republicans hold their national convention in Milwaukee next year. But the National Register of Historic Places was not impressed, telling officials the schoolhouse would be delisted. The episode sparked a minor controversy in Republican Party circles around the state.

Whatever the logic — more parking, a planned visitor center with actual bathrooms in an old bank building next door — this piece of GOP history now sits across from a vape shop, near a car dealership, a Culver’s restaurant and a sewage treatment plant. For Bachleitner, chair of the Fond du Lac County GOP, it seemed evocative — not so much of the party’s history as, at least in Wisconsin, its decline.
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If not them then who? Rolling Stone? It isn't like Breitbart or the National Review is going to report on Trump's crimes.
>Trump's crimes.
Based lunatic, you cant even remember what you were talking about literally one post ago
That wasn't me but the point stands. There is literally nothing wrong with Slate.
>the constitution forbids income tax
The 16th amendment says otherwise.
>This is where you shoot the messenger now.
I accept your surrender on the fact republicans are going to now take away birth control.

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The racist trolls are out at full force.


The Little Mermaid’ Splashes To $164M Global Bow, But There’s Something Fishy Overseas As Disney Pic Beset By Review-Bombing
Nancy Tartaglione
May 28, 2023 9:36AM PDT

Disney’s live-action take on The Little Mermaid is doing swimmingly at the domestic box office, with a three-day opening of $95.5M and a four-day projection of $117.5M. Factoring in the international box office bow of $68.3M, that makes for an estimated $163.8M global debut through Sunday. The offshore launch is lower than hoped for coming into the frame. But it bears noting there was something fishy going on in overseas markets with so-called review-bombing in such areas as France, Korea, Germany and beyond.

While the Rob Marshall-directed update has a 95% verified audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, film ratings websites overseas, including IMDB in the UK, Brazil and Mexico as well as AlloCiné in France, posted advisories during the rollout when negative user reviews appeared in questionable abundance.

As we noted in our global preview, The Little Mermaid was expected to be more of a domestic play at the outset. However, it’s fairly astonishing to see these overseas reactions — largely believed to be led by internet trolls.

In France, where Little Mermaid launched on Wednesday, AlloCiné wrote, “We are currently observing an unusual distribution of scores which demands the need for caution. We encourage you to make up your own mind about the film.” While not unprecedented, this is a rare move. To be fair, critics at some respected outlets including Libération, Première and Les Inrockuptibles did not like the movie, giving it just one star.
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Tell that to Republicans who are upset that a black girl got casted on merit.
Funny you said that since the live action is far better story-wise compared to the original especially since it fixes like 90% of the plotholes it had.
Dan Schneider was Nickelodeon, not Disney Channel.
He did produce shows for both corporations
No he hasn't. He was only ever at Nickelodeon.

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Elon Musk pulled Twitter from the EU's anti-disinformation agreement and continues to troll with alt-right memes and dogwhistles. It could be a sign he'll close the site to Europe completely.


>European Commissioner Thierry Breton said Twitter pulled out of the EU's disinformation agreement.
>The agreement will become law in August, allowing the Commission to fine violators.
>Elon Musk continues to troll people with posts that could violate the EU's rules.

Twitter has pulled out of the European Union's voluntary code of practice regarding online disinformation as the company's owner continues posting content that could be flagged under a forthcoming EU law.

The social media site's withdrawal from the EU's agreement on disinformation could signal owner Elon Musk is preparing to cease operations in Europe entirely, Euractiv reported, as a new law — the Digital Services Act (DSA)— is set to take effect in August. The law, which establishes requirements for monitoring and flagging disinformation, would make the now voluntary agreement mandatory for large social media sites.

An EU official told Euractiv they were "waiting for this" and "it was purely a matter of time" before Musk withdrew from the agreement.

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There's no denying it. Covid exposed the left as rabid authoritarians
>there's not a single mainstream democrat news website that still has open comments. why?
First of all, I don't know what "mainstream democrat news websites" are. If you are referring to "mainstream news websites without a right-leaning editorial slant", then the reason is there's no incentive to have a comments section for each article that you would have to pay someone to moderate (that is, remove explicit hate speech) and that most people ignore anyway, when people can just use social media instead. Secondly, I'm pretty sure The New York Times and The Washington Post still have comments sections.
>"You can run but you can't hide. Beyond voluntary commitments, fighting disinformation will be legal obligation under #DSA as of August 25. Our teams will be ready for enforcement."
The Minister of Truth has spoken.
Msm lies frequently, and can't stand being called out by the public. They've given up battling and are now resorting to just banning everyone who does that. Especially on matters that exposes how the info regime operates. That doesn't apply to just repubs or dems. It's everyone. Nobody can say shit.

The EU fighting Elon over misinformation is a chuckle and a half. Not one of these govts is interested in information being correct or not. It's about shutting up dissent and following the China model. China overall is a lot more calm because their media doesn't have to dazzle their populace with culture wars bullshit to distract everyone from the real issues surrounding them.

Like it or not, the west is carbon copying the China info model, so y'all gotta just deal with it. The days of saying whatever on social media are long gone.
I'm sure right wingers pay google to circumvent capcha given big tech is in their pocket.

Former first lady Rosalynn Carter has dementia, the Carter family said Tuesday.

The announcement, which was released by the Carter Center, comes as Carter's husband, former President Jimmy Carter, is receiving hospice care at their home in Plains, Georgia.

The center said in a statement that Rosalynn Carter, 95, "continues to live happily at home with her husband, enjoying spring in Plains and visits with loved ones."

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your tax dollars at work
literally. every president basically never pays for healthcare again, and never drives themselves again. 2 primary causes of death right there taken out at the knees before he even got old.
>taxes pay for presidents' and congressmen's healthcare. And presidents' pension.
>citizens can't even get single-payer healthcare for themselves
Man, the United States is so cucked
Living long isn't particularly hard if you put any iota of effort into lifting and eating straight from the farm. Also not getting vaxxed. And that's not even touching the child blood they extract from their satanic rituals to stay alive forever.
Imagine ever stepping anywhere near the """"healthcare system"""" overrun by the satanic cultist hideout. Also driving, mainly because the masses (npcs) are idiots and non sentient bots programmed from day 1.
Touching anything possessed by the system is your retarded fault. Be ungovernable. Go off grid and get away as far away as possible. Be an infallible super being who builds everything from nothing. That's the only road for success
sorry but paying for a presidents stuff is a privilege an you should feel honored to do so. if you arent donating at least 30% of your income to the president, you're note even an american
>Living long isn't particularly hard if you put any iota of effort into lifting and eating straight from the farm.
cardio is just as important. lifting is good for lowering the chance breaking a hip and dying in the hospital/preventing diabetes, but cardio is key for cardiovascular health and also helps prevent beetus
> Also not getting vaxxed.
whether this has a positive or negative effect, the effect is small enough over the long term it doesn't really matter.
>And that's not even touching the child blood they extract from their satanic rituals to stay alive forever.

David Masterson (70s show and scientologist) found guilty on 2 out 3 charges by jury.
He is now facing min. 30 years in prison.

His name is "Danny", not "David". You clearly saw it in the article, so why would you misname him not once, but twice in your post?
You are talking to a spam script.
>clearly saw it in the article
>implying OP actually read the article
he's one of the newfag trolls. Sage and move on.
>maximum of 30 years
fify Chang

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MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s Interior Ministry on Monday issued an arrest warrant for U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham following his comments related to the fighting in Ukraine.

In an edited video of his meeting on Friday with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy that was released by Zelenskyy’s office, Graham, a Republican from South Carolina, noted that “the Russians are dying” and described the U.S. military assistance to the country as “the best money we’ve ever spent.”

While Graham appeared to have made the remarks in different parts of the conversation, the short video by Ukraine’s presidential office put them next to each other, causing outrage in Russia.

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov commented Sunday by saying that “it’s hard to imagine a greater shame for the country than having such senators.”

The Investigative Committee, the country’s top criminal investigation agency, has moved to open a criminal inquiry against Graham, and the Interior Ministry followed up by issuing a warrant for his arrest as indicated Monday by its official record of wanted criminal suspects.

Graham is among more than 200 U.S. members of Congress whom Moscow banned last year from entering Russia.

Graham commented on Twitter, saying that “to know that my commitment to Ukraine has drawn the ire of Putin’s regime brings me immense joy.”

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You might want to let your Russian handlers know that nobody watches CNN anymore.
take the schizo boomer posting elsewhere. this isn't the yahoo news comments section.
Tell it to the poster who thinks Americans watch CNN
Vats thought they could make neocons like them by constantly bringing up trannies; they couldn't be more wrong.
They actually put a warrant out for an edited video?

The old law was gay as shit with the mandate and I still do not trust NJ not to try to ban all normal guns and force people to buy this. But if all this is is that gun store jews have to waste $1,500 on a gun that won't sell, then I think that's funny because fuck NJ gun store jews. There is like one gun store not owned by a mega jew in the whole state.
Also I would never buy a smart gun because they are incredibly unreliable.
After a 20-year wait, it's unclear if a controversial state law requiring gun stores to carry smart guns will finally take effect.
By Champe Barton May 31, 2023

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The new smart gun from the firearms technology company Biofire is seemingly everything New Jersey State Senators Loretta Weinberg and Richard Codey envisioned when they authored the state’s Childproof Handgun Law in 2002. Equipped with facial recognition and fingerprint verification to ensure that only authorized users may handle it, the 9mm handgun became available for pre-order in April. Its “smart” features are designed to reduce accidental shootings by children, suicides, and the use of stolen guns in crimes.

But New Jersey’s law, which was toned down in 2019 but still requires all gun stores in the state to sell smart guns as soon as a viable option hits the market, may still not take effect. That’s partly because Biofire doesn’t want it to.

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Codey, who still represents Essex and Morris Counties in the state Senate, did not respond to requests for comment.

Weinberg and Codey conceived of their 2002 bill as a way to spur the “research, development, and manufacture” of smart-gun technology, Weinberg told NPR in 2014 — an attempt to address a crisis of accidental shootings, suicides, and homicides that involve lost or stolen guns. According to data from the Gun Violence Archive, almost 700 children are injured or killed in accidental shootings in the United States each year since 2015; roughly 25,000 die each year by firearm suicide. And as The Trace has reported, thousands of stolen guns every year turn up at the scenes of carjackings, sexual assaults, murders, and other crimes. Researchers and violence prevention advocates see smart guns as an effective and uncontroversial way to reduce such shootings.

But rather than facilitating the development of smart-gun technology, Weinberg and Codey’s law wound up thwarting it. The original requirement attracted furious blowback from gun rights organizations and Second Amendment activists, who rallied to block the release of products that would trigger the state’s countdown clock.

Their opposition mired discussion of the technology in hot-blooded political muck. For nearly two decades, no smart guns made it to market in the U.S., and no major firearms manufacturer dared explore the technology. When a German company introduced a model controlled by a radio frequency identification chip in a companion watch, the two U.S. gun stores that announced plans to carry the weapon faced boycotts and death threats. (The gun, the iP1 from the gunmaker Armatix, was also an unmitigated failure: its RFID-controlled safety could be disabled with magnets).
Weinberg recognized the legislation’s shortcomings, and campaigned for years to have it altered. She authored the bill’s partial repeal in 2019, and in the process gave responsibility for working out the details to a new commission — the PHAC.

But nearly four years later, the PHAC has yet to formalize criteria for guns to qualify for inclusion on the state’s roster. Members — including a pediatric emergency care doctor, the inventor of a biometric gun lock, and a lieutenant with the New Jersey State Police — began meeting only in 2022, minutes published to the attorney general’s website show. Meanwhile, questions abound about how the law’s stocking requirement might actually be enforced.

Whether the Biofire gun is authorized by the PHAC or not, Kloepfer told The Trace that the company is years from possessing the necessary production capacity to fulfill wholesale orders. For the time being, Biofire is only accepting orders through its website, and expects to begin shipping guns in the first half of 2024.
Margot Hirsch, president of the Smart Tech Challenges Foundation, a nonprofit organization that supports technological innovations to help reduce gun violence, said that her organization does not support the New Jersey mandate, and believes that even in its current form, the law has presented obstacles to the development of smart-gun technology. “This bill was well-intentioned, but it didn’t work, and they didn’t learn their lesson,” she said. “And now this commission is setting technological standards for smart guns without the input of any true subject matter experts. To me, that borders on irresponsible.”

Weinberg told The Trace that the requirement in the original bill was an attempt to encourage the market for smart guns in the midst of what she viewed as the gun industry’s resistance to the technology, and compared it to laws mandating seatbelts or airbags in cars. She disagreed that the newer version of the law would have a chilling effect on smart-gun production, saying, “There is nothing here that should preclude people from doing research and development.”

Correction: A photo caption in an earlier version of this article misstated where the smart gun manufacturer Biofire is based.
>The Trace is an American non-profit journalism outlet devoted to gun-related news in the United States. It was established in 2015 with seed money from the largest gun control advocacy group Everytown for Gun Safety, which was founded by former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, and went live on 19 June of that year. The site's editorial director is James Burnett.
It's a goddamned thinktank. There are way too many agenda posters on this board and I don't care what side you're on.
the trace is good for when they are seething. Whenever they write an article about something like Bruen where they cry about getting btfo I read it.

How many of you even know Israel attacks Syria non stop?

>Syrian air defenses have shot down incoming Israeli missiles, as the regime launched another airstrike against areas near the country's capital city of Damascus.
History and context
Israel has attacked Syria over 20 time this year alone

Imagine the news coverage if Syria even dared to defend it self by attacking Israel back. Western media is 100% Zionist occupied.
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That's like the difference between storing all your money in a bank and buying a bank.
Nobody cares about broke-ass Syria except what cheap oil that can be taken out of it. It's not just western media that doesn't care. Nobody cares.
BigOil wants the huge pipeline they have been building for the last 20 years in Iraq to go through Syria to a terminal on the Mediterranean without the Israelis or the Turks taking a cut. It can't go through Lebanon either because they are animals there.
You now remember the US has military bases there for some reason too
Israel sounds like a real jerk.



COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) -A Columbia convenience store owner is charged with murder in the shooting death of a 14-year-old boy.

According to the Richland County Sheriff’s Department, Rick Chow, who owns the Shell gas station on Parklane Road in Columbia, chased Cyrus Carmack-Belton from his store around 8 p.m. on Sunday night, and shot him just down the road in the 200 block of Springtree Drive.

“It’s senseless, it doesn’t make sense,” Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott said in a Memorial Day press conference. “You have a family that’s grieving, we have a community that’s grieving over a 14-year-old who was shot.”

The owner suspected Carmack-Belton of shoplifting inside the store, which RCSD has said did not happen.

RCSD reviewed surveillance footage as part of this investigation.

“Regardless, even if he had shoplifted four bottles of water, which is what he initially took out of the cooler and then he put them back, even if he’d done that, that’s not something you shoot anybody over, much less a 14-year-old, but you just don’t do that,” Sheriff Lott said.

At one point, there was a verbal confrontation inside the store, but no indication that things turned physical, deputies say.

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>“It’s senseless, it doesn’t make sense,” Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott said in a Memorial Day press conference.
lol he knows and doesn't want to say anything out of fear for his job.
Punks like this kid probably rob the owner all the time. And when he decided to fight back the state punished him.
Anarchotyranny, coming to a neighborhood near you.
>bullet proof glass
Oh so it was one of those neighborhood stores
>Rick Chow
>Cyrus Carmack-Belton
Yup its all becoming clear to me.
He fucked around with a Asian man thinking the results would be the same as with whytee
>Deputies recovered a gun believed to belong to the victim near his body
To much grimy coco butter on the upper receiver makes it hard to rack and chamber the weapon. Chows are lucky they are alive
Umm achkutally I have another window open on >>>/gif/JAV Uncensored
a man of culture and refined tastes
>RCSD said there is no evidence that Carmack-Belton pointed it at or threatened Chow.

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>Israeli forces injure more than 40 Palestinians in raid on Nablus refugee camp
>Israeli forces stormed a refugee camp on the outskirts of the West Bank city of Nablus on Tuesday, injuring more than 40 Palestinians, Palestinian media reported.
Why are Jews so insistent on thinking Palestine belongs to them? What did they do to deserve that land? It doesn't belong to them and they're making horse shit up as if it is theirs
you don't need to deserve anything, you just take it. there are no rules except the ones of game theory and war. you are welcome
imagine thinking this way and not facing any consequences
There are rules, Palestinians simply dont have the US vetoing the entire planet condemning israel every single time at the UN.

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Polish President Andrzej Duda in a conversation with Dow Jones CEO and publisher of The Wall Street Journal, Almar Latour, acknowledged the success of Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Ukrainian conflict.

"It is said today that Vladimir Putin has lost the war and his defeat is that Finland has joined NATO, although for years the Finnish public has hesitated whether it should give up neutrality. Ladies and gentlemen, Vladimir Putin has not lost any war," said the Polish leader.

According to him, Moscow now has a clear advantage over Kiev. One cannot say that Russia is losing, because the country is increasingly mobilizing its forces, and its economy is turning to the military, the president added.
Duda recalled that Russia is a nuclear superpower with a huge stockpile of weapons.

Welp, it's finally over now.
Obviously, if the Russians invade Poland, they will not coddle us as much as they coddle the Ukrainians. These two nations have many relatives in their countries, so Putin is very cautious in his actions. Ukraine is Russia's nerve center. But if the Russians invade a Western country for which they have no empathy, they will destroy our cities without blinking an eye, just as the Americans did in Iraq.

The "tourist boat" full of individuals gathering to celebrate a "birthday" which capsized and killed four out of 23 people onboard in Italy's Lake Maggiore on Sunday was actually a meeting of Israeli and Italian intelligence agents, according to a report in the Italian media.
From Haaretz, "Report: Retired Mossad Agent Killed in Italy Boat Accident Identified as Erez Shimoni":
European media outlets, including Italian newspaper 'La Repubblica,' reported Tuesday that the Israeli killed in a deadly boating accident in northern Italy on Sunday was former Mossad official Erez Shimoni, 54.

The Israeli military censor originally barred media in the country from reporting the name of the fatality, but lifted the embargo at midnight.

According to 'La Repubblica,' the boat carried a total of 23 individuals at the time of the accident, with 19 of them identified as Italian and Israeli intelligence officers, either currently serving or retired. These individuals had gathered to celebrate a birthday party.

The report indicates that Shimoni, a former Mossad agent, was in the company of approximately 10 other Israeli intelligence officers during the event. Following the capsizing of the boat, both the Israeli team and their Italian counterparts swam a short distance to reach the shore, where they were promptly rescued. Three additional individuals died in the incident, including two Italian intelligence officers.
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>Which country would you have prefered the intel agents came from?
Personally, America
Part of the mob?
>The Israeli military censor originally barred media in the country from reporting the name of the fatality, but lifted the embargo at midnight.
how does that work? the israeli military has no jurisdiction over any foreign country, unless they mean israeli media
They were probably scrubbing/checking the agents activity to make sure it wasn't something too fucked up. Also this boat didn't "Capsize"
"Intelligence agents" are usually just fall golems that do the dirty work and are discarded when no longer needed as they know too much about the suits in charge.
The only smart ones jump straight into working for major news organizations like CNN when they're out so the public know they exist so it's harder for them to be suicided.

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Over 100 families of a persecuted religious minority face death or imprisonment if deported to their home countries. They marched to the borders to seek asylum, supported by an open letter endorsed by 28 international humanitarian organizations. However, their plea for safety was met with brutality. They were violently beaten, pushed back, and are now held at the Edirne deportation center.

This is a humanitarian disaster in the making!

Live footage: https://youtube.com/watch?v=EJEdgpST_Rc&feature=share8

News in The European Times: https://www.europeantimes.news/2023/05/over-100-ahmadis-at-turkish-bulgarian-frontier-face-imprisonment-or-death-if-deported/
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>Yeah bro, just get a long with people that want to execute you
The absolute state of Americans. Trying to explain geopolitics to them is like trying to teach a toad algebra.
Good. Stay in your country and keep away from mine.
The change.org link of that cause has been updated:

>It seems they're being persecuted on the Muslim countries because they believe the hijab is not obligatory and alcohol is halal
But alcohol is haram and the hijab is obligatory, what's their fucking problem?
Man must be nice to have amnesty international give a shit about you. Christians in the west get attacked by blacks and homos all the time yet amnesty international says nothing

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