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  • Q Anon: 12/01/18 Trust Trump's Plan

    12/01/2018 6:54:52 PM PST · by ransomnote · 2,081 replies
    qmap.pub ^ | 12/01/18 | FReepers, vanity
    “Trust The Plan” YouTube President Trump This Video Will Get Donald Trump Elected (The Plan) - 6 min YouTube Storm Is Upon Us Q - We Are The Plan - 6 min YouTube Dan Duval Discovering the Truth With Dan Duval-Part 3 - Excellent orientation to Q by Praying Medic YouTube Joe Masepoes Q - The Plan To Save The World - 13 min - popular introduction Also, Stormisuponus on Bitchute Threadreader Jason Wright Q Anon Is Real - Oct, Nov 2017 Q drops + commentary Twitter Paul Serran What is Q? - 31 point introduction Medium Martin Geddes...
  • So Julian, Kim, Anonymous -- Where's the Hillary Emails??? <Vanity>

    11/04/2016 7:57:05 AM PDT · by Magnatron · 48 replies
    Me
    So it looks like we've been played. I don't want to hear people say about how this or that was misquoted, because they weren't. Assange promised a Clinton email dump that would indict her. Dot Kom hinted he would release all 33,000 of her emails. Anonymous promised Bill's child porn. WHERE IS IT??? It's too late now if there was such a leak to play. The media takes three days just to notice anything. There's no doubt that Assange's leaks have hurt Hillary. But the coup de gras was supposed to be HER stuff. We've seen emails from everyone on...
  • CBS News Reporter has Major Meltdown on Live TV ( Trump screws media into ground)

    09/16/2016 11:24:30 PM PDT · by GilGil · 155 replies
    CBS ^ | 9/16/2016 | Major Garett
    CBS News Reporter has major Meltdown on Live TV
  • 'Putin Played Obama For A Chump'

    09/12/2013 7:11:15 PM PDT · by ReformationFan · 31 replies
    World Net Daily ^ | Sept. 12, 2013
    The Obama administration and its congressional allies who favor strikes on Syria insist the rebels there are moderates and that any radical elements involved are a tiny fraction of the opposition who would never take power if the rebellion succeeds. Other evidence suggests rebel forces are responsible for executions of Syrian soldiers, the live dismembering of Christians and even cannibalism. So whos right? The rebel forces are now dominated by jihadists, from al-Qaida to Hezbollah to some of the forces that are just pure Muslim mercenaries, said Ken Blackwell, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights....
  • Depends On The Meaning Of The Word 'Pledge' (Top NH Newspaper Calls Hillary a Liar)

    01/29/2008 6:34:20 PM PST · by jdm · 15 replies · 197+ views
    Captain's Quarters ^ | Jan. 29, 2008 | Ed Morrissey
    The New Hampshire Union-Leader has a new term for Granite State voters who gave Hillary Clinton her surprise victory over Barack Obama: suckers. In a scalding editorial, the state's most significant newspaper rips Hillary for breaking a pledge she signed in New Hampshire not to campaign in states that broke the scheduling rules or to seek to have their delegates seated. They bluntly call her a liar: COURTING VOTERS in Iowa and New Hampshire, last August Sen. Hillary Clinton signed a pledge not to "campaign or participate" in the Michigan or Florida Democratic primaries. She participated in both primaries and...
  • Earliest hominid: Not a hominid at all?

    06/19/2006 7:08:06 PM PDT · by Marius3188 · 81 replies · 1,713+ views
    University of Michigan News Service ^ | June 19, 2006 | Laura Bailey
    ANN ARBOR, Mich.The earliest known hominid fossil, which dates to about 7 million years ago, is actually some kind of ape, according to an international team of researchers led by the University of Michigan. The finding, they say, suggests scientists should rethink whether we actually descended from apes resembling chimpanzees, which are considered our closest relatives. U-M anthropologist Milford Wolpoff and colleagues examined images and the original paper published on the discovery of the Touma cranium (TM 266) or Sahelanthropus tchadensis, as well as a computer reconstruction of the skull. Two other colleagues were actually able to examine the skull,...
  • Intelligent Design Advocates Fight Back

    09/29/2005 6:22:55 PM PDT · by wallcrawlr · 190 replies · 2,945+ views
    Associated Press ^ | September 29. 2005 | JOHN HANNA
    A group of Nobel Prize winners should have done more homework before criticizing proposed science standards in Kansas, advocates of the guidelines said in a letter Thursday. Intelligent design advocates pushing new standards, which would expose students to more criticism of evolution, say the laureates' complaints are an attempt to suppress debate on the issue. The letter was signed by Bill Harris, a professor of medicine at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and Greg Lassey, a former middle school science teacher, who helped draft the disputed language. "We all want good standards," the letter said. "However, demeaning rhetoric that does...
  • Why? versus How? [evolution trial in Dover, PA, end of week one]

    10/01/2005 5:09:16 AM PDT · by PatrickHenry · 263 replies · 3,314+ views
    York Daily Record ^ | 01 October 2005 | LAURI LEBO
    Professor focused on intelligent design as theology, not science, at Dover trial Friday. HARRISBURG If there is a God, then he could have made the monkey and the human with similar genetic material. In the fifth day of Dover Area School Districts trial over intelligent design, John Haught, a Georgetown University theology professor, agreed that was true. So, the idea that we came from some monkey or ape is conjecture at this point? Dovers lead attorney Richard Thompson asked Haught under cross-examination. Haught disagreed. In a First Amendment battle in U.S. Middle District Court in Harrisburg, the Dover district...
  • The Darwinist Inquisition Starts Another Round

    09/30/2005 2:09:51 PM PDT · by truthfinder9 · 599 replies · 7,114+ views
    http://www.pfm.org/AM/Template.cfm?Section=BreakPoint1&Template=/CM/ContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=169
    It's amazing that these Darwinian Fundamentalists claim they're for science only to turn around and try to destroy any contrary theories or evidence. They're really getting desperate, the ID movement really has them rattled. **** September 30, 2005 Its happening again: another scientist, another academic institution, another attempt to stifle freedom of thought. The Darwinist inquisition, as a Discovery Institute press release calls it, is as predictable as it is relentless. This time the setting is Iowa State University. One hundred twenty professors there have signed a statement denouncing the study of intelligent design and calling on all faculty members...
  • In defense of science

    09/29/2005 11:51:48 AM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 51 replies · 826+ views
    Oral arguments began this week on a lawsuit by 11 parents in Dover, Pa., seeking to reverse the local school boards decision to teach intelligent design in the systems biology classes. The school board argues that its decision is an issue of academic freedom. But the 11 parents reply that the intelligent design curriculum is a strategy by the Christian right to repackage creationism in order to smuggle it into the public schools in violation of the First Amendment requirement for separation of church and state. The trial in a Harrisburg, Pa., court is being called Scopes II, referring to...
  • Witness: 'Intelligent Design' doesn't qualify as science [Day 4 of trial in Dover, PA]

    09/29/2005 3:36:00 AM PDT · by PatrickHenry · 560 replies · 7,081+ views
    Sioux City Journal ^ | 29 September 2005 | Staff
    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- The concept of "intelligent design" is a form of creationism and is not based on scientific method, a professor testified Wednesday in a trial over whether the idea should be taught in public schools. Robert T. Pennock, a professor of science and philosophy at Michigan State University, testified on behalf of families who sued the Dover Area School District. He said supporters of intelligent design don't offer evidence to support their idea. "As scientists go about their business, they follow a method," Pennock said. "Intelligent design wants to reject that and so it doesn't really fall...
  • With world watching, trial starts

    09/26/2005 12:14:08 PM PDT · by Right Wing Professor · 105 replies · 1,811+ views
    The York Dispatch ^ | 9/26/2005 | CHRISTINA KAUFFMAN
    Members of the national and international press gathered outside the federal courthouse in Harrisburg this morning for the start of a trial that could determine the fate of intelligent design in public school. The BBC, London Guardian and People magazine were among news agencies outside the courtroom, where the case of Kitzmiller v. Dover began at 9 a.m. Julian Borger, a Washington-based reporter for the Guardian, said the interest in the United Kingdom is in the American school system. He said people in the UK don't have the ability to vote on what is or isn't taught in school. "There...
  • PLEASE! STOP POSTING SAME MESSAGE ON ALL BOARDS!

    08/16/2002 7:39:49 AM PDT · by Merchant Seaman · 741 replies · 30,137+ views
    Annoyed Reader
    The purpose of FreeRepublic.com's multiple message boards is to limit the topics for each board to particular topics. Posting the same message on all the boards defeats the purpose of multiple-boards for special topics. It is very annoying to see the same message on every bulletin board. PLEASE! DO THE READERS A FAVOR. STOP CROSS-POSTING YOUR MESSAGES!