TN05

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  1. TN05 added a post in a topic How Elite is this defense going to be?   

    For the first time in forever it looks like our secondary won't be the liability. Peanut, Norman and Benwikere are a great trio, and our safeties look decent at worst. Our linebacking corps should be better than ever if Shaq lives up to hype. Defensive end is definitely the liability. Charles Johnson is always solid, but Kony Ealy - now that he is the starter - needs to step up. I liked what I saw from him towards the end of last year and in the last few preseason games, but we still have a Hardy-sized hole there. 
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  2. TN05 added a post in a topic Virginia TV reporter, photographer shot to death during live interview this morning   

    How about that article you cited as being great - one that advocates a ban on handguns.
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  3. TN05 added a post in a topic Virginia TV reporter, photographer shot to death during live interview this morning   

    Your 'nobody wants to ban guns' schtick would be more credible if you weren't arguing for bans on guns and ammunition.
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  4. TN05 added a post in a topic Carolina Panthers Cuts...   

    He's more useful than Ward. He's a far better runner and a far better receiver, and blocking FBs are only useful if we play him 90% of the time, otherwise the defense knows when you are calling a run or a pass.
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  5. TN05 added a post in a topic Carolina Panthers Cuts...   

    I hope Lee Ward can find a good place to play. I wasn't a fan of a blocking fullback here, but there are a few teams that could defiantly use one.
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  6. TN05 added a post in a topic Vintage Steve Smith   

    Eh, he did that when Roman Harper cheap shotted him in the end zone. 
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  7. TN05 added a post in a topic Vintage Steve Smith   

    It would be dirty in the regular season. It's so absurd in the preseason that his action was completely justified.
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  8. TN05 added a topic in NFL and Fantasy Football   

    Vintage Steve Smith
    Didn't think he could do that anymore TBH. 
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  9. TN05 added a post in a topic Trump claims to have tremendous support with African-American groups   

    The only candidate with a net positive view among black Americans is Ben Carson (net favorable of 4). Among the candidates that at least 50% are familiar with:
    *Trump - 20% favorable, 68% unfavorable (88% familiar)
    *Jeb Besh - 21% favorable, 51% unfavorable (73% familiar)
    *Chris Christie - 23% favorable, 38% unfavorable (61% familiar)
    *Rick Perry - 13% favorable, 41% unfavorable (54% familiar)
    *Mike Huckabee - 16% favorable, 35% unfavorable (51% familiar)

    It's worth noting that the only candidates here that ever really gave solid showings among black voters are Huckabee (48% of the black vote in 1998), Christie (21% in 2013), and Kasich (26% in 2014). To be fair, if Trump could somehow hold the 20% favorable and get all of them to vote for him, he would win. A Republican that won 20% of the black vote would be virtually impossible to beat. 
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  10. TN05 added a post in a topic G. Edward Griffin - The Collectivists Conspiracy   

    Beck has gradually shifted into nonsense, but I swear by Arguing with Idiots. One of the best resources against liberalism/progressivism I've seen. His books really aren't bad. It's on radio where he lets the crazy stuff out.
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  11. TN05 added a post in a topic G. Edward Griffin - The Collectivists Conspiracy   

    He's onto a nugget of an idea: both parties in the US are, globally speaking, quite similar. Specifically, both are liberal. Republicans are economic liberals, Democrats are social liberals. In theory, both draw from the tradition of classical liberalism, but with different interpretations: economic liberals see the best way to ensure individual freedom as being through a free market and small government, while social liberals see the best way to ensure individual freedom as being through a mixed economy with social safety nets. The focus on the individual is what separates both economic and social liberalism from traditional socialism (collectivist) and traditional conservatism (the good of society and the state).
    I would argue both parties could be considered big-tent, centrist parties internationally. Republican fiscal policy is fairly mainstream for modern economic liberals (namely, lower taxes, cut spending), and socially the party doesn't support a state church, monarchy, rigid social hierarchy, or many of the international traditional institutions of society. In fact, it actively seeks to change many institutions or practices to benefit individuals. Similarly, Democratic fiscal policy is mainstream, center-left stuff, and socially it mainstream progressive.

    This doesn't mean both parties are the same. They aren't. Their governance results in broadly different outcomes, both domestically and internationally. But, unlike in Europe, where the fundamental split is between conservatives/liberals and socialists - beliefs with vastly different desires and preconceptions - the parties here both derive from a similar school of thought.
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  12. TN05 added a post in a topic G. Edward Griffin - The Collectivists Conspiracy   

    jadehelm2015trump2016
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  13. TN05 added a post in a topic Virginia TV reporter, photographer shot to death during live interview this morning   

    Mental health and harsher penalties for gun crimes would be a great 1-2 punch for Republicans to lead with.
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  14. TN05 added a post in a topic Virginia TV reporter, photographer shot to death during live interview this morning   

    What if you need your gun immediately, to respond to a domestic threat?
    Conducted by who? How would such tests be unbiased given clear bias shown against certain groups by the IRS as well as may-issue 
    Conducted by who? Who is paying? How would such tests be unbiased? What if there are no psychologists within reasonable area?
    Yes.
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  15. TN05 added a post in a topic Virginia TV reporter, photographer shot to death during live interview this morning   

    You have to factor in intent as well. After all, the founders wrote the second amendment, and then the Federalists tried to restrict speech. There are limits to things - but a general ban on guns certainly qualifies as an infringement on the individual right to keep and bear arms. Restrictions on things like flamethrowers, nukes, etc, that serve no practical use in personal defense or hunting, most likely wouldn't fall under protection of an amendment mainly aimed at those purposes.
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