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    Re: The Shining City Upon a Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by copier addict View Post
    Don't forget this part.

    A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State
    The word Militia as used by the founding fathers meant "Citizen Soldiers" who often are the actual first line of defense against invasion and are always the first line of defense against an oppressive government. And just so that you don't get confused, the musket was the advanced military weapon of the timei.e. the citizen soldiers were to have access to the same individual weapons as the government soldiers.

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    Re: The Shining City Upon a Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by copier addict View Post
    Don't forget this part.

    A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State

    Do you remember the angry mobs, BLM and Antifa, that burned down family owned businesses and invaded white neighborhoods? And no, those are not imaginary groups. Don't let CNN and the left wing media convince you of that. They are real.

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    Re: The Shining City Upon a Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCarpenter View Post
    Do you remember the angry mobs, BLM and Antifa, that burned down family owned businesses and invaded white neighborhoods? And no, those are not imaginary groups. Don't let CNN and the left wing media convince you of that. They are real.
    DO you remember the Trump supporters that invaded the Capital on Jan 6? BELIEVING THE BIG LIE!
    THEY are real

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    Re: The Shining City Upon a Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by slimslob View Post
    The word Militia as used by the founding fathers meant "Citizen Soldiers" who often are the actual first line of defense against invasion and are always the first line of defense against an oppressive government. And just so that you don't get confused, the musket was the advanced military weapon of the timei.e. the citizen soldiers were to have access to the same individual weapons as the government soldiers.
    from 'The Highway Patrol' the term militia is explained briefly in this 46sec clip:

    https://youtu.be/dCPqlwxibMo

    These men/women are the true essence of what it means to be Americans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCarpenter View Post
    Do you remember the angry mobs, BLM and Antifa, that burned down family owned businesses and invaded white neighborhoods? And no, those are not imaginary groups. Don't let CNN and the left wing media convince you of that. They are real.
    they ARE REAL and a blight upon our country and our rights afforded us by GOD, not by man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsm2 View Post
    DO you remember the Trump supporters that invaded the Capital on Jan 6? BELIEVING THE BIG LIE!
    THEY are real
    the trump supports were peaceful but you believe the lies from the MSM and your dimwit party.

    reports are coming out nearly ever day proving the instigators were BLM and Anti-Fa dressed up in maga gear.

    Fact Check: Were Rioters at the Capitol Antifa Members in Disguise as Gaetz says?

    IGNORED BY MEDIA AND FBI: Antifa-BLM Activists Are Posting Photos and Bragging Online About Storming US Capitol on Jan. 6 | DJHJ Media

    Like I have said time n time again.... the MSM ( yes even Faux News ) are lying to protect the dimwit party.. who in turn protect those two radical groups.

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    THERE MELTING TODAY

    YEP FAKE TRUMP SUPPORTERS

    YOU CAN'T MAKE THIS SHIT U P

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsm2 View Post
    THERE MELTING TODAY

    YEP FAKE TRUMP SUPPORTERS

    YOU CAN'T MAKE THIS SHIT U P
    now who are you going to believe ... the MSM or the intelligence agencies you put so much faith in when it came to SPYGATE?

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    Pennsylvania Forced to Remove 21,000 Dead People Off Its Voter Rolls: Settlement

    The state of Pennsylvania removed more than 20,000 deceased voters from the voter rolls after a lawsuit that was settled by the Public Interest Legal Foundation, according to an announcement from a public interest group that said it reached a settlement with Pennsylvania state officials this week.
    The lawsuit (pdf) was filed in November and alleged that some 21,000 dead people were still on the state’s voter rolls during the 2020 presidential election. Pennsylvania agreed to compare its voter-registration database with the Social Security Death Index before removing the names from the rolls.
    “This marks an important victory for the integrity of elections in Pennsylvania,” Public Interest Legal Foundation President and General Counsel J. Christian Adams said in a statement in announcing the court’s decision. “The Commonwealth’s failure to remove deceased registrants created a vast opportunity for voter fraud and abuse. It is important to not have dead voters active on the rolls for 5, 10, or even 20 years. This settlement fixes that.”
    The lawsuit was filed after the Nov. 3 election and when then-candidate Joe Biden took a lead over President Donald Trump in Pennsylvania. Ultimately, the Pennsylvania Secretary of Commonwealth’s office certified the election.
    The foundation said it found that 9,212 of the 21,000 voters had been dead for more than five years, and nearly 2,000 voters had been dead for more than 10 years.
    The settlement stipulates that the “Department of State shall transmit to each county commission the names of the individuals registered in each respective county identified as deceased as a result of the comparison undertaken” with the “death data set received” from Electronic Registration Information Center that was then “compared to the full voter registration database … for the purpose of identifying persons who are ineligible to vote by reason of the registrant’s death.”
    In response, the Pennsylvania Department of State said the agreement to remove the voters “includes no finding of inadequacy on the part of Pennsylvania and its counties,” according to the Washington Times. The Epoch Times contacted the agency for comment.
    “The Department of State is pleased that this agreement will offer Pennsylvania’s county boards of election another valuable tool to maintain the most accurate and up-to-date voter rolls possible,” the Department added in a statement.
    The settlement also says the Department of State is to pay $7,500 to the foundation to partially cover its attorney fees and other related costs.
    The case was originally filed in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania with the case number No. 1:20-cv-01905.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrohnB View Post
    Among its provisions are the official approval for voting centers (which is just combining some polling places so people can choose from a few places to go vote, rather than just the one in their precinct) - 17 states already do this, but the drawback to this is, there are fewer polling places!

    an online portal for absentee ballot registration (26 states already have some form of this, while ALL states allow you to request an absentee ballot by mail.). Kentucky’s law states you must have a VALID reason to request!

    and three days of early voting. - 43 states already allow some form of early voting. In Nebraska, for example, it’s 35 days as opposed to Kentucky’s 3 days. Kentucky also added a provision that upped the restrictions on who can request these ballots. Up to this point Kentucky had NO early voting laws.

    It will also require drop boxes, - Lol! - Again, Most states already have ballot boxes available to its citizens, usually at the county Clerk’s office.

    creates official recount procedures, - WTF!?! Lol! - Over half the states already have Automatic recounts when a certain threshold is met. 43 states allow requested recounts.

    allows for tax dollars to advocate for or against ballot questions - This is a bullshit provision! Most states, if using taxpayer dollars, CANNOT advocate for or against, it must be completely neutral information about the ballot question. This will most likely be abused.

    and mandates all voting machines to generate a paper trail for votes cast. - Nearly every state already requires this. It would be stupid not to have that hard copy as backup!

    What they don’t tell you about “the only red state ‘that is expanding voting rights’”, is that there’s this little provision in there that REQUIRES SOME FORM OF IDENTIFICATION TO VOTE! Ope, There it is!! Lol.

    All in all, Kentucky had some outdated voting policies, and are just trying to get on an even level with the rest of us!

    Not really big news, or surprising to most of us.
    To others, they see this as a chance to twist it into “Georgia Bad, Kentucky Good”. Lol. Even though there’s an ID requirement!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    Pennsylvania Forced to Remove 21,000 Dead People Off Its Voter Rolls: Settlement

    Forgot to mention in my previous post that the New Kentucky Voting laws, that BSM thinks very highly of, include another provision that would clean their voter rolls regularly!
    Thanks for the reminder Phil!
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