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Posts by PreciousLiberty

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  • NFL General Managers Laughing at Chargers for Ruining Joey Bosa's Rookie Season

    08/26/2016 4:19:12 PM PDT · 14 of 14
    PreciousLiberty to C19fan
    The Chargers have a good shot at winning the AFC West regardless of Bosa's contribution.

    You heard it here first. ;-)

    Go Bolts!

  • NO Shepard Smith on Fox News Today

    08/26/2016 4:11:01 PM PDT · 94 of 100
    PreciousLiberty to Parley Baer

    “Good. It can only be an improvement. Smith needs to be fired.”

    My thoughts EXACTLY. You beat me to it, good job!

  • John Oliver(HBO) to Trump - Drop Out, Tell America This Campaign Was a Stunt, Become A Legend

    08/24/2016 5:01:38 AM PDT · 56 of 56
    PreciousLiberty to tcrlaf

    Dear John Oliver,

    Unlike your existence, the Presidency and the United States of America are very important, and are crucial to millions of people. Donald Trump is literally the last chance to turn around the staggering decline brought on my Barack Obama, Hilliary Clinton, and the Democrat Party.

    By the way, Trump has not expressed a single racist view. He has simply told the truth, something that is foreign to you and your leftist friends. Keeping aliens out of the country, and enforcing our immigration laws is one of the major responsibilities of the government - one which it has sadly abdicated for far too long. Islamic Extremism in particular is a threat to our very way of life. America will benefit greatly when once again Trump enforces laws that have been on the books for decades or even centuries.

    In short, concentrate on trying to be actually funny while the adults deal with the hard problems.

    Trump/Pence 2016! Make America Great Again!

  • Yearlong Mars Simulation Nears End on Mauna Loa

    08/23/2016 12:23:38 PM PDT · 4 of 12
    PreciousLiberty to I want the USA back

    “And the lower Mars gravity? How did they manage to simulate that? didn’t? oh. Then it wasn’t a Mars Simulation”

    Right. It’s a travesty that NASA hasn’t done the experiments to see if 1/3 G (Mars) or 1/6 G (Moon) is sufficient for mostly normal physiology.

  • Planned 20 mile flight? or medical emergency landing?

    08/22/2016 1:09:46 PM PDT · 33 of 95
    PreciousLiberty to Calvin Cooledge

    “Fait accompli. Obama is dictator.”

    For, oh, about three days. Tops.

  • Japan eyes fiercer fighter jets to counter China (F-15 upgrade)

    08/22/2016 5:18:37 AM PDT · 7 of 8
    PreciousLiberty to Rokke; All
    "I'm going to guess you haven't actually been associated with military operations in a long time. Fighters have been authorized to and have fired beyond visual range for decades. Many shots and kills taken during and since the first Gulf War were entirely BVR. That includes several AMRAAM shots."

    The first Gulf War barely qualifies as "modern". As far as I can tell, there was exactly one BVR shootdown in the entire conflict. There were bad shoots even when the shooter had visual contact with the target. That has something to do with current doctrine.

    "Regarding the is an actively guided missile meaning it has its own radar. "

    Yep, as I mentioned above.

    "At long ranges, it is launched with what amounts to nothing more than a reference point for guidance. Its software cues it to turn on its radar at a certain distance from the target and the missile guides itself to intercept. That allows the launching aircraft to leave well before the missile impacts, and even before the missile turns on its own radar. That is one of the huge advantages of the AMRAAM. The problem is, the probability of kill is reduced when it doesn't have supporting updates from the launching aircraft's radar because the missile is basically using an interpolation of the last data it received to guess where its target is when it turns on its own radar. So it is entirely possible for an AMRAAM to target an aircraft other than the one it was intended to hit when it was launched. And that is one reason (among several) you would never launch an AMRAAM BVR into an engagement in which friendly and adversary aircraft are within visual range of each other."

    The AMRAAM generally isn't launched using "fire and forget" mode at long range for exactly the reason you cite - lower PK. In the case where Gen 5 aircraft are being used as "forward observers" there would also likely be a way to hand off the data link. Also, as I pointed out and you conveniently ignored, AMRAAMs wouldn't be able to lock on to Gen 5 aircraft regardless.

    What really makes your points moot, though, is that there are active plans to do exactly what we've been discussing:

    The Air Force is reportedly interested in adopting the Boeing upgrade [F-15s carrying 16 AMRAAMs], and in the meantime has also developed a new datalink pod for the F-15 that allows the older fighter to receive targeting data from the F-22. In theory, non-stealthy F-15s could fly behind F-22s and F-35s during an air battle, firing missiles at targets that the stealth fighters detect while evading detection themselves.

    There was another article more specifically about the F-15 being used in that role but I'm having trouble finding it. The AF is also looking at B-1s and even B-52s for the "missile truck" role.

  • New York Slimes: How can America recover from Donald Trump? (I love the smell of desperation in the

    08/21/2016 1:18:21 AM PDT · 61 of 103
    PreciousLiberty to E. Pluribus Unum

    “Even if you hate Trump, the fact that the New York Slimes hates him more should be an endorsement of the highest order.”

    It’s going to be fun to see the ‘sploding heads when he wins. =:-D

    Trump/Pence 2016!!!

  • Japan eyes fiercer fighter jets to counter China (F-15 upgrade)

    08/21/2016 1:14:27 AM PDT · 4 of 8
    PreciousLiberty to Rokke

    “If a Gen 5 fighter is within visual range of the enemy, it has basically failed its mission.”

    There have been mighty few modern conflicts where fighters have been authorized to fire without visually confirming the target. In fact, I can’t think of any.

    Visual confirmation includes observation via IR imagery. The EOTS sensor provides high-resolution IR imagery. The details are doubtless classified, but I’m sure enemy aircraft can be identified at long range in total darkness. By “long range”, I mean 30+ miles.

    “Nor would it be wise to lob AMRAAMs into an environment in which friendly aircraft were within visual range of enemy aircraft.”

    AMRAAMs aren’t “lobbed” they are cued to a particular radar signal and will only seek the designated target. The Gen 5 fighter would illuminate the target(s) for long enough for the AMRAAM’s onboard radar to lock on.

    Further, there is virtually no chance of an AMRAAM successfully targeting a F-22 or F-35, as AMRAAMs are radar guided.

  • Trump 2.0? (becoming formidable candidate)

    08/20/2016 8:33:38 PM PDT · 30 of 38
    PreciousLiberty to E. Pluribus Unum
    I think Trump has rope-a-doped Clinton, the media and the entire Dem machine. I'm very hopeful at the moment! COME ON REAL CHANGE!

    TRUMP/PENCE 2016!!!

  • Japan eyes fiercer fighter jets to counter China (F-15 upgrade)

    08/20/2016 8:23:53 PM PDT · 2 of 8
    PreciousLiberty to sukhoi-30mki

    One interesting tactic that the US will apparently use as well is to use Gen 4 fighters as “missile trucks” operating well behind Gen 5 F-22s and F-35s. The forward deployed stealth aircraft will designate targets within visual range, and the F-15s and F-16s in many miles away will fire AMRAAMs to destroy the aircraft.

    It’s a pretty good approach and nicely addresses the limited munitions the Gen 5 aircraft can carry internally.

  • My view: For future nuclear electric power, small is the answer

    08/20/2016 9:06:02 AM PDT · 46 of 47
    PreciousLiberty to ransomnote; All

    “There are 3 nuclear core meltdowns in Japan that will be dumping radioactive waste into the environment daily for decades (and have been doing so since March 2011).”

    How many people have died as a result of the Fukushima incident, exactly?

    That said, modern reactor designs can’t melt down, it’s not physically possible. We just need to stop building reactors using decades-old designs.

    “And yet, nuclear power is STILL being touted as “clean”???????!”

    Of course. Fossil fuel generation kills hundreds of thousands of people annually.

    “Nuclear engineers are the first to admit the technology does not exist to clean up Fukushima but the “answer” is to forget about it and build something new?”

    The “answer” is to build safe reactors. The technology exists today.

  • My view: For future nuclear electric power, small is the answer

    08/19/2016 9:46:02 PM PDT · 31 of 47
    PreciousLiberty to RKBA Democrat

    “Sounds to me like we’re just continuing on with a bad idea. “


    “If we’re looking for small, scalable power generation, look to gas turbines.”

    Gas is fine, but the supply is fairly limited. Soon, prices will start to climb again.

    There is far more available energy in uranium and thorium.

  • My view: For future nuclear electric power, small is the answer

    08/19/2016 9:43:28 PM PDT · 30 of 47
    PreciousLiberty to central_va

    “Making nuclear fuel is dirty and expensive.”

    Uranium is currently around $45 per pound. Each pound contains roughly the energy of 500 tons of coal.

    You do the math.

    “Ironically the electricity used to enrich uranium is usually provided by conventional coal/gas plants.”

    If common sense were to prevail and we generated more electricity using nuclear power, that wouldn’t be the case, would it?

  • Cisco Systems to lay off about 14,000 employees: Report

    08/17/2016 5:11:18 AM PDT · 2 of 65
    PreciousLiberty to mykroar

    Yeah, the economy is just roaring along...

    Great, isn’t it?

    I hope the coming big crash on Wall Street hits soon, well before the election.

  • Hillary And Kaine’s White Minority Plan, “Whites Need To Learn Their Lesson”

    08/16/2016 8:19:15 PM PDT · 1 of 122

    Trump/Pence '16!

  • Cokie Roberts: Trump and Those Who Support Him are ‘Morally Tainted’

    08/16/2016 7:14:08 AM PDT · 36 of 128
    PreciousLiberty to governsleastgovernsbest
    "Cokie" (apt name BTW) is just delusional and pretty well disconnected from reality. Bless her heart. Scarborough is just as bad.

    Like every human being, Trump is imperfect. That said, he is far and away the best presidential candidate this cycle.

    Trump/Pence 2016!!!

  • How to offload a gold coin?

    08/15/2016 9:00:30 PM PDT · 33 of 56
    PreciousLiberty to kiryandil

    “HOWEVER - what if the donor didn’t report them as a gift? Will they be dragged into a mess [for not reporting] even though their total gift for that year was only the two gold coins [and obviously less than $14,000]?”

    I don’t think so, since there’s an allowable tax-free amount to gift any individual, somewhere around that same $14,000. If the coin was somehow income from that year, it should be reported, theoretically speaking.

  • How to offload a gold coin?

    08/15/2016 8:46:46 PM PDT · 28 of 56
    PreciousLiberty to kiryandil
    Make sure you pay your 28% tax on the coin when you sell it.

    "Correct. If you had purchased it yourself, you could knock off the purchase price, and only pay on the difference.

    However, since you paid nothing, you're on the hook for the whole enchilada."

    Apparently you're both rather confused on the tax laws:

    I received some gold coins as a gift from my parents and then sold them a month later. Must I report it as a gain and if so where?

    In the case of a gift, the donor is responsible for reporting the gift; the recipient of a gift is not required to pay taxes on the gift. The annual gift tax exclusion for 2014 is $14,000 (same for 2013).

    For more information, see IRS Estate and Gift Taxes.

    The original purchase price would be what the giver not you paid for it.

    So, if you received a $100 espresso machine as a wedding gift, and later sold it for $100 or less, there's nothing to report.

    On the other hand, if you sold the espresso machine for more than $100, you'd only report the profit you made above the original $100 purchase price.

    Courtesy of:
  • Republican support for legal marijuana hits a new high (45%-42%)

    08/11/2016 4:50:55 PM PDT · 57 of 84
    PreciousLiberty to Ken H

    Good. The less nanny state we have, the better!

  • FBI chief calls for national talk over encryption vs. safety

    08/09/2016 10:45:42 AM PDT · 43 of 44
    PreciousLiberty to Swordmaker

    Here is the story: The bad guys already have encryption technology that you can neither detect nor break.

    All you really want is the ability to snoop on regular citizens at will. No thanks. Do good police work and gather evidence the old-fashioned way.

  • Clinton win in SC? Political stunner could be in the works

    08/09/2016 8:07:44 AM PDT · 18 of 52
    PreciousLiberty to NotchJohnson

    There’s no way Trump loses SC. Period.

  • Latest Polls Inaccurate, Primary Model Shows Certainty of Trump Winning Election is 87 Percent

    08/09/2016 8:02:26 AM PDT · 23 of 32
    PreciousLiberty to PGR88; All

    “Unless there was massive fraud, it turns out Americans DO like big-spending, Traditional America-hating, fake, media-supported, socialist politicians.”

    Some “Americans” do. Perhaps 30% are either “gimmedats” or ideologically squarely in that corner.

    What won 0bama two elections was the combination of “the first black president”, his oratory skills, and the unwavering devotion of the mainstream media.

    Hilliary is facing major headwinds. “The first woman president” isn’t playing too well immediately after “the first black president”. She is saddled with the reality of the bad outcomes 0’s policies have brought - policies she’s vowed to continue. She is a terrible speaker. She is viewed as the consummate “Washington insider” when much of the country is longing for an outsider to clean house. She is bedeviled by several scandals that won’t go away and that have been widely publicized. Only the devotion of the mainstream media remains, and even that is showing some cracks.

    I believe Trump will crush her in the general, and that is without additional scandal via new emails or other revelations. The only concern I have is that she might be replaced at the last minute with a different candidate. That would be a wildcard and the outcome would be more unpredictable. I have a sneaking feeling that the Dems are secretly planning this, but I hope not...we’ll see soon enough.

    Trump/Pence 2016!!!

  • Commander Receiving F-35As: ‘It’s Going to Be an Absolute Monster’

    08/06/2016 5:46:24 AM PDT · 81 of 95
    PreciousLiberty to Chode

    ” and with NO internal gun,,, “

    The A model, being discussed here, has an internal 25mm Gatling gun. That’s up from 20mm in the F-16.

  • Commander Receiving F-35As: ‘It’s Going to Be an Absolute Monster’

    08/06/2016 5:42:26 AM PDT · 80 of 95
    PreciousLiberty to Robert A. Cook, PE; All

    “And a 100 mm (or a 150mm 6inch) mortar mounted in truck outside the fence could get the F35 with a few 100.00 shells.”

    Point 1: Mortars aren’t anti-aircraft artillery.

    Point 2: The F-35S will likely fly mostly at night if we can force the operational tempo (although IR does mitigate that if available).

    Point 3: F-35S will mostly be paired with Small Diameter Bombs that are launched from 30+ miles away, from high altitude. AA guns would never be close enough for a shot.

    ‘Remember Pearl Harbor. The enemy didn’t attack the way they were “supposed to”.’

    F-35s and stealth should be effective for decades. There are radars that can “see” stealth aircraft, but they aren’t useful for targeting, they’re too imprecise. Further, such radars can’t be carried by aircraft, they use long wavelengths and thus require large antennas. Radar guided air-to-air missiles are in even worse shape due to their small size.

    It’s all down to IR missiles, and those can’t see through clouds. Also practical plane-mounted high powered lasers are coming soon, and those will blind IR missiles with almost no effort.

  • Commander Receiving F-35As: ‘It’s Going to Be an Absolute Monster’

    08/06/2016 5:32:54 AM PDT · 79 of 95
    PreciousLiberty to Mariner

    “That said we have expendable, precision strike/standoff weapons in the Tomahawk cruise missile fired from ships, subs and ground.”

    At the low, low price of over $1.5 million per shot, plus a limited supply.

    Bombs are FAR cheaper. The Small Diameter Bomb is touted as being as effective as a 500 lb. bomb, and is highly accurate. It is a winged standoff weapon that can glide up to 60 miles to its target. Three of them pack more than the punch of a Tomahawk, at a total cost of $120,000.

  • Commander Receiving F-35As: ‘It’s Going to Be an Absolute Monster’

    08/06/2016 5:25:44 AM PDT · 78 of 95
    PreciousLiberty to 2banana

    “For the price of one F35 - you could buy 3 F16s and a refueler...”

    Nope. The flyaway cost of the F-35A (actual cost to manufacture the aircraft) is right around $100 million at this point and dropping. A current model F-16 is around $60 million.

    For the extra dollars you get stealth, much better sensors, and game-changing electronics/computers.

    F-35 stealth is pretty good, they are cleaning up F-15s and F-16s in exercises.

  • Ben Carson Thinks The Khans Should Apologize To Donald Trump

    08/04/2016 8:53:06 AM PDT · 36 of 41
    PreciousLiberty to ChicagoConservative27

    “Ben Carson Thinks The Khans Should Apologize To Donald Trump”

    He is 100% right!!!

  • Rasmussen White House Watch: Clinton 44%, Trump 40%, Johnson, 6%, Stein 3%

    08/04/2016 8:49:47 AM PDT · 24 of 133
    PreciousLiberty to usafa92

    “The problem, if there is one, is the GOPe.”

    The problem is Trump running his mouth without engaging his brain.

    “Trump is only getting 72% of the GOP vote. If he gets 85-90 he is winning this thing.”

    He will win if he can manage to sound mostly rational and know what he’s talking about most of the time until election day. If not, all bets are off. He REALLY needs someone to help him out with to stay on message.

  • AF declares the F-35A ‘combat ready’

    08/04/2016 8:05:22 AM PDT · 46 of 47
    PreciousLiberty to Edward.Fish

    “Except it’s being touted as the next great CAS platform, capable of and intended to replacing the A-10… which has a lot going for it in CAS.”

    Not really. See my post above.

    The A-10 was designed to bust tanks, not for CAS. It’s 30mm cannon isn’t a great design for AP use.

  • AF declares the F-35A ‘combat ready’

    08/03/2016 4:56:54 AM PDT · 34 of 47
    PreciousLiberty to DAC21

    “Huh? The gun is for ground support me thinks.”

    The F-35 won’t be using its gun in the CAS role, except possibly in the case of the Marines, which is a gun pod not the internal cannon.

    I believe the AF doctrine on CAS these days revolves around precision weapons. The troops provide GPS coordinates for the target, which are uploaded to overhead aircraft. Shortly thereafter, munitions arrive on target.

    “In which case it is about 1000 thousand rounds short of an A-10.”

    The Apache is a much better gun CAS platform than either - it’s low and slow. The A-10 has a pretty bad story on friendly fire incidents.

    “Of course in theory the F35 can take out missle defenses to allow it to go in for low altitude ground support whereas the Warthog needs to wait to go in while other assets do that.”

    Neither the F-35 or the A-10 can take out shoulder-launched missiles before the fact. The F-35 is fairly vulnerable to them, as stealth against IR is only minimally effective. The best defense is to remain at higher altitudes and use precision weapons.

  • AF declares the F-35A ‘combat ready’

    08/03/2016 1:23:10 AM PDT · 23 of 47
    PreciousLiberty to Secret Agent Man; All

    Hitting a few comments with one post:

    “What happened to the F-22?”

    The F-22 is a better airframe, with air-to-air capabilities far beyond the F-35. It’s the F-15 to the F-35’s F-16. Shutting down the production line was a mistake, and the AF is now admitting that 186 of them is too few. There is talk of reopening the production line, as well as upgrading a few components to the more modern F-35 level.

    “Every one that is lost is 330 million bucks down the drain.”

    No. See the next response. You are including sunk engineering costs which are not affected by a lost F-35.

    “Any idea what the price per plane is up to?”

    The flyaway cost of the F-35A (cost to manufacture a plane) is around $100 million as of now. The current F-16 is around $60 million without stealth or advanced sensors/electronics. What the F-35 provides over the F-16 is the ability to strike heavily defended targets with few or no losses, and to fire at enemy aircraft before the enemy knows they’re around.

    “The joke of a gun goes operational in 2017!

    180 rounds. 3 seconds of 25mm. And it cant be used yet.”

    It was quite premature to declare the gun obsolete in the ‘60s. In 2016, if you’re fighting a modern adversary the gun is only there as an absolute last resort.

    180 rounds of 25mm is probably enough to shoot down five enemy planes, if push comes to shove, given that the software assisted aiming should be extremely accurate.

  • NASA orders second SpaceX crew ferry ship

    08/02/2016 5:11:49 AM PDT · 20 of 22
    PreciousLiberty to WENDLE; All

    “Well we are broke as hell. STOP SPENDING!!”

    We are not “broke as hell”. The government takes in $2 trillion a year in revenue because our economy remains one of the strongest in the world. Once Trump takes office, it will become the strongest in the world, bar none.

    The economy is largely a fiction. Most money today (including most of the debt you’re referring to) is nothing more than bits in a computer memory. If our debt is in some way a tangible problem, the government could easily write it off. Do you recall the proposal to mint “Obama coins” worth $1 trillion? Just a few of those would pay off the debt... ;-)

    The bottom line is: government research is necessary, and provides tangible benefits - unlike the vast majority of government spending. DARPA and NASA are two entities that deserve MORE funding, not less. Cut the actual fat, like the food stamp program or the myriad regulatory entities that do little but stifle economic growth.

  • NASA orders second SpaceX crew ferry ship

    08/01/2016 5:41:53 AM PDT · 17 of 22
    PreciousLiberty to WENDLE

    “I am lost on this. We have a 20 trillion dollar debt. Why are we spending od this nonsense . Lets get bare bones . NOW!!”

    NASA is one of the best uses of public money. If you want to start towards a balanced budget, take a long look at the entitlement programs. They’re the big pigs.

  • NASA orders second SpaceX crew ferry ship

    08/01/2016 5:40:13 AM PDT · 16 of 22
    PreciousLiberty to batterycommander

    “I check on those wackadoodle sites every night and they make sense to me. They show a lot of pictoral evidence, even from the NASA official site, that shows that much of what NASA does is fakery, just to be “relevant” and impress Congressmen to keep the money flowing to the NAZIs who run the organization.”

    That’s a vague statement, but if you think the lunar landings were fake, you’ve been fooled.

    It seems unlikely today, but in fact at one point America and the resolve and ability to land on the Moon. That’s where we should be focused now for a permanent colony, not Mars. Mars will still be there once we’ve developed real interplanetary spacecraft with some version of nuclear engines and real radiation shielding.

  • Vanity- does hillary get a bump in the polls? If so, how many points?

    07/28/2016 11:33:47 PM PDT · 8 of 43
    PreciousLiberty to InvisibleChurch

    I’m guessing two points at most. Her numbers have been sliding all week while the convention has been going on, so even that won’t really help her.

    Trump 2016!!!

  • I think it was a mistake for him to say that [VANITY]

    07/28/2016 7:33:47 AM PDT · 12 of 100
    PreciousLiberty to nwrep

    I agree, it was a mistake for 0 to claim the country is on the right track. What a joke! He remains a laughingstock.

    He’s absolutely the worst president in history.

  • VIDEO: A one-armed Australian robot can build a house four times quicker than a brickie

    07/27/2016 2:29:24 PM PDT · 16 of 64
    PreciousLiberty to mrsmith

    “I never saw any mortar.”

    It uses construction adhesive, you can see it applied at about 0:35 in the video. There are obviously other steps to get to a wall without gaps between bricks.

    It’ll be interesting to see how this company does, I’m sure there’ll be competition from some of the biggies like Caterpillar.

  • New lithium ion battery strategy offers more energy, longer life cycle

    07/27/2016 11:33:20 AM PDT · 15 of 20
    PreciousLiberty to Moonman62; All
    "Yep. If I only had a dollar for every battery breakthrough article I’ve seen the past 30 years."

    Batteries have been improving at a rapid pace already:

    Considering the amount of research going in to advanced Li-Ion and other promising technologies, I wouldn't count on that trend stopping or slowing down. The opposite, actually.

  • Little Green Lies: Why Electric Cars Won’t Save the Environment

    07/27/2016 7:13:21 AM PDT · 9 of 55
    PreciousLiberty to rktman

    Yeah, the fallacy of this article lies here:

    “When the answer is coal, environmentalists no longer have a leg to stand on when they advocate for electric vehicles.

    Sourcing energy from coal results in nearly four times the number of pollution deaths than gas due to the soot and smog involved in burning coal.”

    So, the real answer is to retire coal as an energy source. It doesn’t need to be done fast, but over the next twenty years or so. Replacement and expanded generation should be nuclear instead, which will be both cheaper and MUCH cleaner. The technical challenges facing nuclear are being solved, and could be rolled out quickly with actual commitment from industry and the government.

    Coal is a terrible source of power for several reasons, the worst being that it’s extremely dirty. Mercury pollution is the icing on the cake. I know it’s a darling (wedge) issue for conservatives right now, but a commitment to phase coal out would also bring in a swath of people who understand the realities of the issue.

  • Obama: Trump 'is ultimately helping do ISIL's work for us'

    07/26/2016 5:11:01 AM PDT · 74 of 103
    PreciousLiberty to SubMareener

    ‘“do ISIL’s work for us”????? FOR US???? Whose side is Obama on???’

    I was going to make this exact point, good catch.

    Another gem from 0.

  • Clinton calls out GOP for 'unfounded, inaccurate, mean-spirited attacks' at the RNC and ...

    07/25/2016 5:29:41 AM PDT · 23 of 31
    PreciousLiberty to Zakeet

    Hilliary for Prison!

  • Glenn Beck: “I’m probably going to vote for Gary Johnson”

    07/24/2016 8:24:17 PM PDT · 32 of 95
    PreciousLiberty to DIRTYSECRET

    I just can’t listen to the moron anymore. He occasionally had interesting thins to say, but his recent political takes are just plain stupid.

  • Hillary Clinton says she won't engage in Donald Trump "Insult Fest"

    07/24/2016 8:16:39 PM PDT · 59 of 80
    PreciousLiberty to Extremely Extreme Extremist

    Dear Mrs. Clinton,

    Pretty much everything you do these days is insulting to the American people.

    You are a living, breathing “insult fest”.

    Feel free to remove yourself from the public discourse in whatever way you find most expedient.


    An American Who’s Actually Paying Attention

  • Glenn Beck: “I’m probably going to vote for Gary Johnson”

    07/24/2016 8:12:43 PM PDT · 7 of 95
    PreciousLiberty to bkopto


    Please go crawl under a rock and quit making asinine public statements.


    A former listener

  • Jon Stewart Tears into Trump Supporters: ‘This Country Isn’t Yours’

    07/22/2016 6:50:24 PM PDT · 81 of 109
    PreciousLiberty to Bon of Babble
    Heya Jon: Come and take it! 😎

    As an aside, you're a complete asshat.

  • Is Incirlik Air Base being held hostage by Turkey? (Trunews - Rick Wiles)

    07/21/2016 5:37:05 AM PDT · 48 of 49
    PreciousLiberty to MarchonDC09122009


  • FLASHBACK: Ted Cruz PROMISES to Endorse Donald Trump on National TV (VIDEO)

    07/21/2016 5:29:58 AM PDT · 22 of 62
    PreciousLiberty to maggief

    Cruz has tarnished his reputation and brand terribly. He has miscalculated a whole lot of things during this primary season...

  • Erdogan Holding U.S. Tactical Nukes At Inkirlink...And Is Hailed As Mahdi

    07/19/2016 9:33:58 AM PDT · 51 of 121
    PreciousLiberty to jonascord
    "My understanding is that the nuclear weapon stockpile on base was pulled out some years ago. Is that true?"

    Apparently not, according to a 7/16/2016 story:

    According to Hans M. Kristensen, the director of the Nuclear Information Project at the Federation of American Scientists, underground vaults at Incirlik hold about fifty B-61 hydrogen bombs—more than twenty-five per cent of the nuclear weapons in the NATO stockpile. The nuclear yield of the B-61 can be adjusted to suit a particular mission. The bomb that destroyed Hiroshima had an explosive force equivalent to about fifteen kilotons of TNT. In comparison, the “dial-a-yield” of the B-61 bombs at Incirlik can be adjusted from 0.3 kilotons to as many as a hundred and seventy kilotons.
  • Tony Schwartz Co-Author Donald Trump's The Art of the Deal,Says Trump Presidency Would Be Terrifying

    07/19/2016 8:14:17 AM PDT · 32 of 74
    PreciousLiberty to CaptainK
    "Tony Schwartz Co-Author Donald Trump's The Art of the Deal,Says Trump Presidency Would Be Terrifying - Just Not As Terrifying As A Hilliary Clinton Presidency"

    There, fixed the headline for you. :-)

  • Shaun King [Fake Black BLM] Predicts Turkey Style Coup If Trump Wins The Presidency

    07/18/2016 7:40:17 AM PDT · 46 of 65
    PreciousLiberty to C19fan

    Such a “coup” attempt would be far less successful than the attempt in Turkey, which failed miserably.

    However, if somehow a legitimate sitting president were removed from office by force, it would be all-out CW2. The vast majority of the military would be on the right side in that case, upholding its constitutional duty.