HIGHWAY

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    2020 Election

  2. By Daily Caller Peter Hasson on July 30, 2018 Bill Kristol, the former editor-in-chief of The Weekly Standard, is considering challenging President Donald Trump in the 2020 Republican primary. Kristol, consistently one of the most vocal anti-Trump Republicans during the 2016 campaign, has been considering a run for months, a source familiar with Kristol’s thinking told The Daily Caller News Foundation. ----------------------- Another unfortunate use of free speech by giving Bill Kristol "The Death Dealer" a voice. If he becomes President you'll be begging to see the days of Trump.
  3. For me Jimmy is doing his part, are there better out there, sure. I take what Dore says with a grain of salt," accept, but with some reservations or skepticism"
  4. Marcus Aurelius : what is it in itself? What is its nature?
  5. I'm not a Trump supporter, so my answer is how I see things, sorry if doesn't fit with your way of thinking.
  6. For me personally I find the US is far more complicit in covert and blatant wrong doing around the world then Russia, by far, "example, regime change".
  7. It seems to me you were questioning the head of the FBI when it had to do with Hillary, Am I wrong?
  8. It's all right Lawrence, I contemplated what you posted before I made that post and I think it is still worth showing that the FBI Has a history and that should cause a cautious distrust.
  9. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) https://kinginstitute.stanford.edu/encyclopedia/federal-bureau-investigation-fbi The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) began monitoring Martin Luther King, Jr., in December 1955, during his involvement with the Montgomery bus boycott, and engaged in covert operations against him throughout the 1960s. FBI director J. Edgar Hoover was personally hostile toward King, believing that the civil rights leader was influenced by Communists.

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