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  2. why the media is trying so hard to scuttle roy moore

    Moderates and centrists who voted for him are the ones who are more swayed by this type of stuff than his die hard supporters.
  3. America's Gun Culture...

    Yea, my local paper here in CA just had a story, with lots of detail about that. According to the FBI CA is the leader in what they call 'ghost' guns due to the state's stick gun-control laws. I.e. where there is a will, there is a way. As you stay those necessary parts for these ghost guns are legal and available on-line and just considered to be 'stuff' and NOT gun parts, per se (therefore they would be difficult to ban or restrict), in addition with the cost of 3rd printers going down one can make them using specs available on-line. DB is right, nothing short of the government confiscating guns would have any significant impact and that type of law will never pass (it would required a Constitutional amendment to overturn the 2nd) and if it did pass it would lead to massive armed conflicts between the government and gun owners.
  4. why the media is trying so hard to scuttle roy moore

    Trump isn't playing with fire. His supporters didn't care and still voted for him and they still don't care now. Any push back would only be hot air from CNN and MSNBC that has little to no impact on how Trump supporters feel (just like it did in the summer and fall of 2016).
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    Twentieth Century
  6. Senate is next...hope they finally get rid of that GD mandate! Let freedom to CHOOSE ring! Think I better stock up just in case.
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    I apologize for the double posting - I had computer problems.
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    I apologize for the double posting - I had computer problems.
  9. Double Feature

    EDGE OF THE CITY (another film directed by Martin Ritt) Next: WHERE'S POPPA?
  10. * A to Z of TV *

    House of Cards (UK - starring Ian Richardson)
  11. Recently Watched Mystery/Crime/Noir/Etc.

    Penthouse (1933) - Entertaining mystery/crime flick from MGM and director W.S. Van Dyke. Warner Baxter stars as Jackson Durant, a high-powered attorney who makes himself a pariah at both his firm and in his social circle when he successfully defends infamous gangster Tony Gazotti (Nat Pendleton). Jackson sees a shot at redemption when a society friend is accused of murder and Jackson sets out to find the real culprit. He gets ample help from gang moll Gertie (Myrna Loy). Also featuring Charles Butterworth, Mae Clarke, Phillips Holmes, C. Henry Gordon, Martha Sleeper, George E. Stone, Robert Emmett O'Connor, Raymond Hatton, and Theresa Harris. I liked Baxter here more than in most other films that I've seen him in, and I always enjoy Loy. During this period she was transitioning from the dragon-lady and femme fatale roles that she started out with into the sophisticated woman persona that would serve her so well. The supporting cast is also good, with Butterworth and Pendleton the stand outs. (7/10) Source: TCM.
  12. Soap hunks and divas

    But don't these soaps realize that a good-sized portion of their tv audience is comprised of gay men? I find Sonny's struggle to convince Will that he, Sonny, is his husband - rather "sexy". "Days Of Our Lives" made tv history with Will and Sonny's wedding - four days of high gay content!
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    Eldredge, Florence
  15. First movie that comes to mind. --- geography

    A TICKLISH AFFAIR Next: Germany
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    Darrieux, Danielle
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    Campanella, Joe
  21. Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    Mother Jones‏Verified account @MotherJones Hillary Clinton on Trump’s Election: “There Are Lots of Questions About Its Legitimacy”
  22. Donald Junior is getting pardoned?
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