Posts by riri

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  • Cashier, 18, buys custard for little boy who was $2 short...and gets rewarded

    03/29/2015 9:26:38 AM PDT · 31 of 44
    riri to Wiz-Nerd
    Wow, what's a custard cost if the kid was $2 short?

    Go to McDonald's and get an ice cream for a buck. It's all chemical crap anyway.

  • World War III

    03/29/2015 9:21:15 AM PDT · 69 of 69
    riri to WildHighlander57

    They start like that. Once the middle east goes really hot. Europe ignites, it’s already at a slow constant simmer.

  • Why I converted to Islam

    03/29/2015 6:53:27 AM PDT · 50 of 107
    riri to rovenstinez
    Yeah, I caught that he lamented all the sources of rules in his life and stated because of them there "was no time for rebellion".

    Incidentally, he did rebel. He converted to the most non-American thing he could find. Which, actually, only resulted in more rules. Clearly, his comfort level.

    It is a similar story with these types from that era. See Obama's mother. Grow up hating America and gravitate to anything foreign, exotic or counter to American values.

    Now, it is all so commonplace. To rebel, this generation and the next will have to have 2.4 kids, be heterosexual and live conventional family life.

  • One Professional Russian Troll Tells All

    03/28/2015 10:40:53 AM PDT · 150 of 161
    riri to PieterCasparzen
    It's painfully obvious that behind the scenes the leaders of the major world powers all report to the same rulers.

    It's also painfully obvious that when someone (Zuckerburg, Gates, etc) manages to climb the ladder to their levels of wealth they quickly bring them into the fold. THAT should tell you all you need to know right there. My guess is they are so sheltered and so backwards thinking that they never saw the potential of the tech wealth in time to grasp it all for themselves and their families in some way.

    I did not know Stalin worked for the Rothchild's. Amazing.

  • Children’s Book about Abortion: My ‘Sister Is a Happy Ghost!’

    03/26/2015 2:16:11 PM PDT · 10 of 55
    riri to NYer
    Wow. Sick.

    Nice lessons.

    I am sure Momma will understand when the adult child has to help decide what to do with her in old age...when time and money are limited.


    03/25/2015 2:32:56 PM PDT · 59 of 94
    riri to dainbramaged
    I don't think lines are his thing.

    I have always said he displays classic free base binge behavior. See Las Vegas during the debates.

  • Is Obama a psychopath?

    03/25/2015 10:17:59 AM PDT · 29 of 40
    riri to riri


  • Azealia Banks tweets close-up shot of genitals to Blaze blogger

    03/25/2015 9:58:20 AM PDT · 61 of 61
    riri to Tolerance Sucks Rocks

    Recently so many woman behavior based news stories have me scratching my head and wondering, “hmmmm, I wonder why women were subjugated in pretty much every society ever in history”

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/24/2015 4:20:43 PM PDT · 187 of 191
    riri to TexasGator
    that says we should do away with civilization?

    Then it would actually make perfect sense if he'd want to feed GMO to his countrymen.

    Alas, it's only the Americans slated for termination.

    We were always a thorn in the side to the elite. The same elite who, incidentally, have organic gardens, eat non-GMO and have seed banks. You think Gates is feeding his kid GMO?

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/24/2015 3:42:30 PM PDT · 184 of 191
    riri to opentalk
    That is interesting. Hopefully, we will see farmers here doing the same. If Monsanto allows it. (:

    "That's the way of the future, that's the way that we'll increase the value of what we produce here in South Australia."

  • Pocketing Obamacare tax subsidies could result in an $800 tax bill for U.S. households

    03/24/2015 1:52:17 PM PDT · 17 of 18
    riri to AppyPappy
    I don’t think we will see a Republican president for at least a decade.

    We might but he'll be nearly as socialist.

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/24/2015 1:49:47 PM PDT · 178 of 191
    riri to TexasGator
    I'd like to read his book though. I do always think of Steve Jobs when I listen to guys like this. He actually was talking about Jobs as I was getting ready to leave the house so I missed what he said.

    He said he was 78 years old and the guy interviewing said he looked decades younger. I did a google search, but who knows how old the pictures are. His voice certainly didn't sound 78.

    Still and all, I wonder if his pediatric cancer statistic is accurate.

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/24/2015 10:33:53 AM PDT · 174 of 191
    riri to huldah1776

    Interesting interview I am listening to with a man by the name of dr. Joe Wallach (never heard of him before). He said pediatric cancers are up 10,000%. He didn’t say the time frame or quote a source. Diabetes up 3000%.

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/23/2015 8:40:58 PM PDT · 166 of 191
    riri to TexasGator
    "The International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science and Technology for Development (IAASTD) report, 4 authored by more than 400 scientists and backed by 58 governments, stated that GM crop yields were “highly variable” and in some cases, “yields declined.” The report noted, “Assessment of the technology lags behind its development, information is anecdotal and contradictory, and uncertainty about possible benefits and damage is unavoidable.” This assessment was based on a comprehensive evaluation of yield since the introduction of commercial GM crops"

    All 400 scientists...WHACKOS. Clearly leftists bought off by Al Jeezera.

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/23/2015 8:39:05 PM PDT · 164 of 191
    riri to TexasGator

    Fallacy. GM crops have not produced more yield than non-GM crops.

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/23/2015 8:35:15 PM PDT · 163 of 191
    riri to TexasGator
    LOL, because you post Monsanto approved PR and I don't bother citing it as such, I am THE ONLY one here posting biased crap. Funny.

    Truth is you don't know, I don't know.

    Difference is, I concede, I don't really know. I am not invested in believing my intestines are destined to blow up by the time I am 60. I have zero emotional or financial interest in that being true.

    Now, you, I don't know. Perhaps you have a vested interest in GMO seeds, or Round Up, or something like that? I have no way of knowing.

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/23/2015 8:26:16 PM PDT · 160 of 191
    riri to TexasGator
    Fields of Gold: GMO-Free Crops Prove Lucrative for Farmers

    More crazies...who don't wanna be test patients for Monsanto.

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/23/2015 8:23:21 PM PDT · 159 of 191
    riri to TexasGator
    Actually, occasionally you will get some decent reporting out of AJ. I guess it's not news worthy if it's not reported by the controlled corporate media in the US.

    Yeah, Shiva is the source of the stores of Monsanto being the cause of the farmer's suicides. More less biased sources I have found concede they can't 100% blame it on Monsanto and much of it is because of IMF/gov't policies.

    Though, honestly, you strike me as sounding very similar to the global warming crowd. "The science is settled, no more questions".

    I half expect you to tell me glyphosate is a promising cure for cancer, baldness and male impotance. (:

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/23/2015 8:17:40 PM PDT · 158 of 191
    riri to bonfire
    I was in Sprouts yesterday and there were lines to the back of the store. I have never seen it like that.

    I don't think all their produce is organic though. At least not here in AZ. Much of it might be local though.

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/23/2015 6:12:43 PM PDT · 150 of 191
    riri to TexasGator
    They were promised a boon in profits by the seed salesmen.

    The the GM crops were devastated by boll worms. They also required double the amount of water. Then drought came.

    Monsanto has conceded that the farmers have soaring debts now as a result.

    Why all the farmer suicides in India, then? All crazies, reading leftist GMO propaganda?

  • How Rand Paul Supporters Provided Awkward Backdrop for Ted Cruz’s 2016 Announcement

    03/23/2015 2:00:57 PM PDT · 84 of 97
    riri to nopardons
    Um, would it be the first time?

  • How Rand Paul Supporters Provided Awkward Backdrop for Ted Cruz’s 2016 Announcement

    03/23/2015 1:00:53 PM PDT · 72 of 97
    riri to nopardons
    Why is that a lefty canard? I am not berating her for making money or having a stellar career as so many of the responses to me seem to indicate. Not at all.

    I am not accusing her of being a leftist.

    I am concerned Cruz *could* be controlled opposition. Ms. Cruz seems to very much be a globalist insider the likes of Condi Rice. In fact, I believe she was an advisor to Condoleeza Rice.

    To some, conservatives, this is all well and good.

    To me, it's more of the same. Meet the new boss, same as the old boss. Different label, same destination.

  • How Rand Paul Supporters Provided Awkward Backdrop for Ted Cruz’s 2016 Announcement

    03/23/2015 11:41:30 AM PDT · 38 of 97
    riri to Noamie
    Well, if I had a wife, I'd be a lesbian. So, that'd really shake the paradigm up. (:

    Me, personally, I am an ideological nightmare. So, I'd probably not marry someone counter to my beliefs. But, my beliefs have certainly evolved over time. I was certainly once far more establishment minded. Possible for anyone to evolve.

  • How Rand Paul Supporters Provided Awkward Backdrop for Ted Cruz’s 2016 Announcement

    03/23/2015 11:38:37 AM PDT · 37 of 97
    riri to RitaOK
    True, true, true.

    It's a red flag for me. I have trust issues with these people being who they say they are.

    I like Cruz. I WANT him to be what he appears to be.

    I am going to support any outsider candidate. I will never support GOPe. If it even matters.

    That said, principled people don't typically spend inordinate amounts of time with people who don't share their principles. Maybe she's the "insider" dark horse. Maybe she's grown. Maybe she did it for the money.

    Just something a little concerning, IMO.

  • How Rand Paul Supporters Provided Awkward Backdrop for Ted Cruz’s 2016 Announcement

    03/23/2015 11:14:06 AM PDT · 17 of 97
    riri to Kaled
    I like 'em both.

    But, I like that Rand's wife isn't a lifelong globalist insider more.

    Which is too bad because Cruz says all the right things.

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/23/2015 10:41:29 AM PDT · 127 of 191
    riri to RedWhiteBlue
    Another thought: All for crops that ARE NOT seeing higher yield or higher nutritional value.

    Right? So, all the, possible, risk for no more food, no more nutrition.

    Labor savings and, in theory, cheaper pesticide costs.

    Not even cheaper food. Are your food costs lower? In fact, the farmers in India are being charged 500x the cost for the "new" seeds they are required to buy.

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/23/2015 10:28:43 AM PDT · 126 of 191
    riri to RedWhiteBlue
    It is my understanding that they have been engineered to produce a protein isolated from Bt--all producing a different version of cry which incidentally destroy the digestive system of the pest.

    On it's face, they tell us this is only toxic to insects.

    That said, I am also reading that may of the pests are growing resistant to the proteins/toxins.

    Lol, it all seems insane.

    Ofcourse, Monsanto benefits on all fronts. They sell the seed, they sell the insecticide/herbicide that can only be used with their seeds and vice versa.

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/23/2015 10:13:11 AM PDT · 125 of 191
    riri to NorthstarMom
    You put my thoughts succinctly.

    Many conservatives are stuck in a government is bad. Corporations good. In this case, they are one and the same.

    It's some weird form of polarized thinking. If I hate one, I must like and defend the other. Nah, they are both equally not your friend.

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/23/2015 10:08:04 AM PDT · 124 of 191
    riri to PieterCasparzen
    I am doing many of the things on your list. I was never a bad eater but I did quite a bit of things that I coulda done better.

    I had one diet soda a day, I cut that out and do the sun brewed unsweetened tea. I live in Phoenix, I can sun brew a gallon of tea in an hour. LOL.

    I got rid of the fake healthy bread that I *knew* was crap but chose to believe it was better. I started buying unsprouted breads.

    At night, I take about an ounce of Braggs apple cider vinegar with a huge glass of water about an hour before dinner.

    Switched to organic or at least non-BST dairy. I cut milk out altogether as it wasn't agreeing with me and switched to almond milk. Just look at the ingredients on all the mainstream ice creams--just a chemical cocktail.

    I make a green smoothie every morning. I had been doing that only sporadically.

    I already have been a runner since I was about 15 so I know there are two things I need in my life to stay (reasonably) sane. 1. exercise and 2.sunshine.

    Oh, and I drink one large glass of water with chia seeds every day as well.

    No doubt the gut flora is key. That is what is concerning about some of these GMO studies.

    Once you start educating yourself about what exactly some of these chemicals are eating it becomes a lot less tempting. Not really thrilled when seeing BHT listed on the label anymore.

  • Redistributing wealth may be all that staves off collapse

    03/22/2015 10:40:53 AM PDT · 66 of 129
    riri to Sherman Logan
    If not, it there any other other way to organize the economy other than by government redistribution?

    I don't know. I am trying to visualize how it will be, could be, etc.

    My nephew and I have talked about it. Ofcourse, he doesn't "love" working 14 hour days. He'd rather be traveling, or gardening or writing, etc. So, he, ofcourse, is bitter about the idea. "Give 'em basic subsistence". That could be how it plays out. A hunger games sort of scenario. A small elite than another technological elite services and a massive underclass controlled by further technologies.

    I like the picture you paint better. (:

    I am in full agreement with you though. He are on the cusp of revolutionary changes in this regard.

  • ‘INSANITY': This ONE screenshot exposes just how ‘affordable’ Obamacare plans are

    03/22/2015 10:08:06 AM PDT · 7 of 46
    riri to lowbridge
    I hope this is going viral.

    Frightening stuff.

  • Redistributing wealth may be all that staves off collapse

    03/22/2015 9:57:39 AM PDT · 38 of 129
    riri to Sherman Logan
    I agree with this. This is a very interesting idea.

    My nephew is a robotics engineer. He was visiting a few months back. He works remotely, usually, and was working from my house. He's an intense guy and was working 12-14 hour days in this zone of complete, intense concentration.

    It made me think that we ARE reaching a time when there will not be enough "work" for everyone. But, guys like my nephew will still be needed.

    We are seeing the creation of a large entitlement class already. People who will and have never really worked. People who have left the workforce who will never return. We are seeing the beginnings of those people being sustained by a guaranteed income by the "state" or the ever smaller group of taxpayers.

    How's that work? How and why do guys like my nephew continue to do what they do?

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/22/2015 9:36:24 AM PDT · 72 of 191
    riri to NorthstarMom
    It's a process for sure. Interestingly I was living overseas for a few years, (eating real food because they have real food) and I felt great. My husband who always suffered from indigestion and all the classic middle aged male stuff wasn't having any of it. He lost 20 pounds in the first three months.

    I had to look up Graves because I did not know what it is. I have two friends with thyroid problems. I have many friends with autoimmune problems. All in the 35-45 range. I have one with very severe IBS that has to eat a very restricted diet. The two with the thyroid stuff. One who just developed RSD. My nephew (35) has sometihng called sarcoidosis. Which he has manged to control with an all organic diet. Incidentally, I have another loose "friend" with sarcoidosis also. I probably could list a few more.

    Ofcourse, I have no idea why any of these people have developed these conditions, just like you have said. I can only theorize and make logical guesses

    I just don't get the hostility towards choice and knowledge.

  • Redistributing wealth may be all that staves off collapse

    03/22/2015 9:25:49 AM PDT · 18 of 129
    riri to Mouton

    Somehow these jackasses never manage to redistribute the wealth of the top .002% who, coincidentally, just seem to get richer from these schemes.

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/22/2015 9:22:08 AM PDT · 69 of 191
    riri to TexasGator
    "Bt plants are shown to have 1000 times more of the Cry protein expressed in kernels than would ever result from use of topical Bt toxin as a pesticide. Now, study after study by independent scientists, especially in the last two years, is producing evidence of the toxicity of the Bt transgene and the transgenic Bt plants"

    From The Council for Responsible Genetics represents the public interest and fosters public debate about the social, ethical and environmental implications of genetic technologies.

    Founded in 1983, CRG is a non-profit, non-governmental organization based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

    CRG works through the media and concerned citizens to distribute accurate information on emerging issues in biotechnology. CRG also publishes a bimonthly magazine, GeneWatch, the only publication of its kind in the nation.

  • Redistributing wealth may be all that staves off collapse

    03/22/2015 9:16:55 AM PDT · 5 of 129
    riri to artichokegrower
    Wow. Here is comes....
  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/22/2015 9:13:10 AM PDT · 68 of 191
    riri to TexasGator
    Hey, I WANT you to be right.

    But, the way Monsanto et al conducts itself and the control of the studies makes me skeptical.

    Interestingly enough: GMO Answers is funded by the members of The Council for Biotechnology Information, which includes BASF, Bayer CropScience, Dow AgroSciences, DuPont, Monsanto Company and Syngenta. Our members are dedicated to the responsible development and application of plant biotechnology

    So, who's propaganda am I to believe?

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/21/2015 9:10:27 PM PDT · 55 of 191
    riri to NorthstarMom
    Do your own research, I am just a novice, obviously. But, like you, I have noticed my entire family is starting to have digestive issues. So, I started to look into eating healthier. Looking into what is in my food.

    I typically ignored articles like this. I would think, "eh, what can I's everywhere, it's probably safe".

    Not even just GMO but the chemicals in the food is concerning to. Take for instance the azodicarbonamide they are using in the breads-- why? If you put this in bread in Singapore you'd get 15 years in prison. It's banned for human consumption in Europe and Australia.

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/21/2015 9:00:51 PM PDT · 54 of 191
    riri to TexasGator
    I hope you are correct. I really, really hope you are right.

    But, what do we know? We know that in nature bt kills insects. SO, your claim that it can't hurt a fly is already suspect.

    We know that when BT is inserted into a plant, the plant produces the toxin internally in grain or other cells.

    We also know that the plant then produces the toxin 1000s of times more than would ever be used as a topical pesticide.

    We also know that study after study are coming out showing the gene to be toxic.BT cotton feed has been implicated in animal toxicity, infertility and, even, deaths. Do a quick google search on the effects in India of Bt brinjal and sheep who graze of the BT cotton.

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/21/2015 8:46:30 PM PDT · 53 of 191
    riri to huldah1776
    Even so --corn is in everything in the American diet. What are the effects of constant low level ingesting of toxins?

    You could argue that people are living longer and, therefore, cancer deaths are naturally higher. I don't know if that is true but it seems a valid argument.

    I'd like to see statistics on younger diagnoses and deaths.

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/21/2015 8:32:34 PM PDT · 52 of 191
    riri to gasport
    You can read many, many articles in GeneWatch that can, at minimum, lead you to the conclusion that GMOs:

    1. Are more than likely allergenic

    2. Are toxic and causing harm to specific organs /cellular targets.

    3. Are ACTUALLY reducing nutritional value of food.

    Look up a researcher by the name of Dr. Pustzai. He was a huge advocate of GMOs. He conducted a study in the 90s and was completely shocked by the results. It was a study on GM potatoes and rats. Ultimately what the study showed was that the group of rats fed the GM potatoes were showing damage to their intestines and immune systems while the rats not being fed the GM potatoes did not.

    With permission of his employer he expressed his concern on a TV interview. The next day he was terminated and his research team was suspended.He was ordered by the UK gov't to no longer speak about the research. All correspndence could be tied back to the US gov't and Monsanto.

    Ultimately, he left the UK and had to repatriate to Hungary.

    Bare minimum, shouldn't further research be encouraged and, labeling and choice given to the consumer?

  • Glenn Beck: 'I'm out of the Republican Party — I am not a Republican'

    03/21/2015 10:49:35 AM PDT · 184 of 189
    riri to PieterCasparzen
    Probably don't even know who he is. Bill O'Reilly hasn't invited him on.

    All is well here. Hope that is the case with you and yours. (:

  • Weedkiller alert over cancer link (GMO)

    03/21/2015 10:43:30 AM PDT · 24 of 191
    riri to NorthstarMom
    It's very hard to avoid GMO. Around 85% of corn grown today, genetically modified by Monsanto, has been engineered to literally produce its own pesticides.So, to be clear, eating GMO corn products can cause your gut (which is primarily responsible for keeping you healthy) to turn into a breeding ground for tiny little pesticide factories inside your body, actively creating toxins which are designed to kill living things.

    It's even worse than being sprayed. It's being genetically modified to produce the toxins (pesticides).

    Not one GMO crop has been modified for higher yield or gain. They have only been modified for getting rid of pests and weed control to ave on labor costs. It's a common misconception that they are being engineered to "feed the world".

    Additionally, there have been very few studies of the effects of GMOs on humans. No one is studying what’s actually happening to us while we serve as Monsanto’s guinea pigs eating up their “safe” poisons.

  • Students take anti-gun violence pledge

    03/21/2015 10:33:18 AM PDT · 26 of 27
    riri to Spok
    Right. Remember all the "drug free" pledges? Kids today still take them.

    How's that working out?

  • Steyn: ‘Everybody’ in Middle East ‘Despises’ Obama

    03/20/2015 12:26:43 PM PDT · 17 of 26
    riri to E. Pluribus Unum
    The thing about the United States is this--it is the perfect scape goat for the rest of the world's dysfunctional and power hunger governments.

    It works perfectly for them to claim to want the United States to do whatever it is they have helped rabble rouse their own low-info crowd into demanding we do. Disarm, stay uninvolved, be poor, stop consuming...BUT, none of them have ever wanted us to actually do any of it. They know they need a strong and prosperous America and they need to blame the prosperity and strength for all their ails.

    Well, now we have a sufficiently stupid enough population too. And they all are clamoring for the same misguided and suicidal policies. We are actually doing it ALL.

  • Over-priced coffee and a side of white guilt

    03/20/2015 11:50:22 AM PDT · 83 of 89
    riri to rktman
    This is crazy. I have always joked that people would willingly get in the cars to go to the camps if they offered free Starbucks.

    I didn't see that Starbucks would BE the re-education camps.

  • More US Consumers Signing Long-Term Auto Loans

    03/20/2015 10:09:14 AM PDT · 48 of 56
    riri to manc
    Agreed. We were just talking about this last night.

    I don't get the thrill of having something really nice--knowing it is completely temporary.

    My sister and her husband are of this ilk. They have an entire life history of boom and bust. When they are on a boom cycle, it's Range Rovers, nice properties, etc. and they are completely arrogant about it.

    Last bust cycle, they lost everything. Had several HELOCs on the house, walked away from the house. Loaded up several credit cards, walked away. Sent their kids to very expensive colleges--haven't paid a dime on the student loans they took out. They had 4 horses. It was ridiculous.

    I get bill collectors calling me all the time looking for them.

    I don't think they had $100 in the bank last time they crashed.

    Currently, they are back on an upswing. The arrogance is slowly creeping back in. They NEVER learn. It's pretty amazing to watch.

  • Poles Steel for Battle, Fearing Russia Will March on Them Next

    03/20/2015 10:01:39 AM PDT · 82 of 105
    riri to Jim Noble

    haha. I’d bet there are quite a few more 30-50 year olds who’d trade the whole place for a few more weeks urlaub.

  • Glenn Beck: 'I'm out of the Republican Party — I am not a Republican'

    03/19/2015 11:38:57 AM PDT · 178 of 189
    riri to PieterCasparzen
    Absolutely agree. And, I get, that Jones isn't for everyone. His style is pretty bombastic.

    However, if I am sitting here working, I will turn it on and listen. I have no stomach for the approved mainstream talk radio of "Republicans: good, Democrats: bad"

    I think Jones was reporting 4-5 years ago (maybe longer) that your appliances and household items would be "listening devices". I have to admit, even I thought it was crazy, far fetched.

    Today, it's pretty much common knowledge, even in the semi-mainstream. Yeah, sure, the people who are suffering from cognitive dissonance will still laugh it off but it is pretty well established. Also, though, like you say they are masters of trickery so they mix truth with fiction and use ridicule to create doubt. The average person, busy with work, worried about the mortgage payment, etc. hears bits and pieces of the stories and doesn't really digest it.

    Additionally, Jones has some excellent guests. Yesterday he had the NSA whistleblower William Bennie on.

  • Glenn Beck: 'I'm out of the Republican Party — I am not a Republican'

    03/19/2015 10:36:32 AM PDT · 175 of 189
    riri to PieterCasparzen
    Yes, Jones is a non-person despite the fact that he has an excellent reporter (Paul Joseph Watson) from who Drudge routinely picks up his headline stories.

    Despite the fact that he completely understands and conveys what is happening with the elites.

    We are supposed to ONLY get "news" from controlled media (Fox News, etc). Just as we are supposed to believe Obama is incompetent and this is just a "bad administration". Oh, and that Republicans are cowards.