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    arrestpaul

    Are these special-snowflake Democrats protesting the fact that not enough Hillary worshippers got off their collective butts to march to the voting booth when it actually counted? On election day.

    Are these special-snowflake protestors even old enough to vote? It's reported that several protests were staged by high school students. I think they just wanted a day away from school.

    Posted in: In 2nd day of anti-Trump protests, civil rights a top concern

  • -1

    arrestpaul

    It looks like Hillary's lies are continuing to catch up to her. She has a better chance of living in prison than living in the Whitehouse. Hillary is not the second coming of Obama. It looks more like Hillary is the second coming of Richard "I am not a crook" Nixon.

    Nobody wants to work with a confirmed liar.

    Nobody wants to work for a confirmed liar.

    Nobody wants to hire a confirmed liar.

    Nobody wants a confirmed liar in the Whitehouse.

    The polls suggest that Hillary's support is slipping away. Again.

    Posted in: More Republicans expect Clinton to win U.S. election than Trump: poll

  • 0

    arrestpaul

    Norway is the world’s biggest whale hunter today.

    But the pro-violence animal-rights zealots prefer to attack the Japanese. I'm shocked. (Not.)

    Posted in: Whaling: The hunters and the hunted

  • -6

    arrestpaul

    Horsley said he felt the country was leaning increasingly socialist and that voters were more inclined to focus on Trump’s problems than on issues facing Clinton, including allegations she mishandled classified emails while secretary of state.

    “The nation’s willing to overlook certain things in some people and not in others,” he said.

    The media outlets, and Hillary supporters, ignore the fact that Hillary is a known, proven, confirmed liar. She's lied before and she'll continue to lie in the future. Plus, if elected, Hillary's future lies will have the benefit of Presidential Executive Privilege.

    “If the president does it, that means it’s not illegal,” -Richard Nixon

    Who wants to work for a proven liar?

    Who wants to work with a proven liar?

    Who wants to hire a proven liar?

    Posted in: More Republicans expect Clinton to win U.S. election than Trump: poll

  • -3

    arrestpaul

    Along with Norway and Iceland, which argued the IWC was “held hostage” by anti-whalers, Japan’s position was also supported by Russia.

    “I think that we all have to remember that those four communities in Japan that have been asking for quota, they have a 5,000-year history of whaling,” said Russia’s deputy IWC commissioner, Valentin Ilyashenko.

    “Our task is not only to conserve biodiversity but also to conserve culture and traditions.”

    The International WHALING Commission was created for the REGULATION of whaling, not to see it banned. The animal-rights zealots have failed to buy enough support to fully control the IWC, but they have managed to create a stalemate that prevents the IWC from operating effectively.

    Posted in: Japan, West clash over 'cultural' whale hunts

  • 1

    arrestpaul

    The stage is set for heated debate, as the 88 members of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) are deeply divided along pro- and anti-hunting lines.

    According to another article on JAPANTODAY, the measure failed to reach the required number of votes. AGAIN.

    The vote was 38 for, and 24 against. That's only 62 votes. Did the other 26 nation members abstain from voting? Did they realize that this South Atlantic sanctuary is just a big waste of everyone's time? International water belongs to 196 nations, not just 38 members of the IWC.

    Posted in: Whalers in crosshairs at IWC meeting this week

  • 1

    arrestpaul

    A proposal by Argentina, Brazil, Gabon, South Africa and Uruguay, which needed a 75% majority, mustered only 38 votes in favor with 24 against at an International Whaling Commission meeting....

    .....The proposal, backed by countries which depend on whale-watching tourist dollars, has been shot down at every IWC meeting since it was first introduced in 2001.

    .....While there are no reports of hunting in the South Atlantic today.....

    Apparently the animal-rights zealots have failed, once again, to buy sufficient support to create this proposed South Atlantic sanctuary. Maybe it's because there are no reports of hunting in the proposed sanctuary's area? Maybe it's because the IWC was created to regulate whaling, not ban it?

    Posted in: Whaling nations sink bid for South Atlantic sanctuary

  • -3

    arrestpaul

    This is the eighth time the European arrest warrant has been tested in a Swedish court. All of the rulings have gone against him.

    The alledged rapist Assange can stay holed up in his Ecuadoran hovel until the Swedish statutes of limitations runs out on the charges against him. That would be another 4 or 5 years. He will then be free to molest other women, if any other country will have him. Maybe Australia will take him back? Maybe not?

    Posted in: Julian Assange arrest warrant upheld by Swedish court

  • -14

    arrestpaul

    Disappointed by the lack of action from the international community, Sea Shepherd Global is preparing to return to the Southern Ocean to protect the whales with a new patrol vessel, the Ocean Garbage Scow. It looks as if the eco-terrorists SS intend to continue their violent actions. I'm sure there will be dozens of people who will, once again, advocate for the violence of the eco-terrorist SS. Violence must be the answer?

    Wasn't the eco-terrorist SS garbage scow Ady Gil faster than the whaler's vessels? Unfortunately, the eco-terrorist's managed to sink their own toy boat.

    Posted in: Sea Shepherd enlists fast ship to outrun Japanese whaling fleet

  • 0

    arrestpaul

    Since Obama is currently the uber lame-duck U.S. President, with no control over either house of Congress, it's doubtful that Obama has any leverage with the leaders of the countries on this valedictory tour.

    Posted in: Obama to juggle security, climate, human rights on final Asia trip

  • -1

    arrestpaul

    Hillary continues to lie about her emails and her email server. The FBI continues to release more and more of Hillary's not-released emails. These are the same emails that Hillary has repeatedly said she has released. Oops.

    Maybe we should have a show of hands? Who wants to work with a proven liar? Who wants to work for a proven liar? Who would hire a proven liar?

    If Hillary is willing to lie now, what can the voters expect her to do if she's given the presidential power of executive privilege?

    Posted in: Clinton says controversies behind her; Trump begs to differ

  • 0

    arrestpaul

    notagain - Carnival is not that bad, considering the number of people who attend over the three days. Most of the problems are due to people hurting themselves, rather than others, after getting pissed and off their faces.

    "Not that bad"?

    According to the article -

    London police arrested more than 100 people amid sporadic violence Sunday at the annual Notting Hill Carnival, an annual celebration of Caribbean culture in the British capital that often includes trouble on the sidelines.

    The Metropolitan Police reported at least four knife attacks during the opening day of the two-day festival in west London. It said four males aged 15 to 20 were wounded, with one 15-year-old boy hospitalized in critical condition.

    It doesn't sound as if people were hurting themselves, especially with knives. Any festival that often includes sporadic violence should be closed down.

    Posted in: More than 100 arrested, dozens hurt at Notting Hill Carnival

  • -2

    arrestpaul

    It's obvious that some people will complain about everything and anything. This is the Olympics. It's supposed to be about teamwork, fun, competition, fun, individual achievement, fun, sport, fun, international cooperation, and fun. During the opening ceremonies, the national teams arrive in individual groups, but they enter the closing ceremonies as an all encompassing group of friends. Yes, people can get along. If they're willing to, at the very least, try.

    The fact that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe made a personal appearance at the closing ceremony in Rio is an indication that the highest levels of the Japanese government will support the upcoming Tokyo games. Hooray for Japan, hooray for Tokyo, and hooray for the athletes.

    (On second thought, maybe the haters, whiners, and complainers simply need to take a nap?)

    Posted in: Rio throws final Olympic party; Tokyo governor accepts flag, Abe turns into Mario

  • 0

    arrestpaul

    The world demands an apology from China for allowing it's athletes to become drug cheats. Plus, it is proof of a lack of good manners and upbringing.

    Posted in: China demand apology for Australian swimmer's doping dig

  • -1

    arrestpaul

    Gatlin, 34, who will challenge defending 100m and 200m champion Bolt in Rio, has served two doping bans in his career.

    "TWO DOPING BANS" !!!!!

    and he's still eligible to compete? How is that possible?

    Maybe Sebastian Coe, current President of the International Association of Athletics Federation, should worry more about implementing life time doping bans than worrying about whether dopey Justin Gatlin receives respect he doesn't deserve.

    Posted in: Gatlin deserves same courtesy as other athletes, says Coe

  • -1

    arrestpaul

    Dozens of questions Pagiliano declined to answer included who paid for the system, whether there was technical help to support its users and who else at the State Department used email accounts on it. Pagliano also would not answer whether he discussed setting up a home server with Clinton prior to her tenure as secretary of state, according to the transcript.

    Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said the November 2010 email cited in the inspector general audit was one of several work-related emails that his group identified that Clinton sent or received but later failed to turn over the State Department.

    “Contrary to her statement under oath suggesting otherwise, Mrs. Clinton did not return all her government emails to the State Department,” Fitton said. “Our goal is to find out what other emails Mrs. Clinton and the State Department are hiding.”

    It's obvious that Hillary lied to the American voters and to the families of those who died in Benghazi. Hillary is a manipulator and a liar. Someone who simply has no honor and has no class. Why would any voter wish to give this liar the opportunity to hide all of her future actions behind a presidential claim of executive privilege?

    The Fifth Amendment can only be used when there is a risk of self-incrimination for a prosecutable criminal offense. It doesn’t apply in a civil case unless the testimony in the civil case could also result in criminal prosecution. Pagliano and his attorneys wanted to make the case that his testimony in the civil action brought by Judicial Watch could end up as evidence in a criminal trial against Pagliano.

    http://hotair.com/archives/2016/06/04/judge-to-pagliano-show-me-the-immunity/

    Posted in: Clinton failed to hand over key email to State Department

  • 0

    arrestpaul

    In July 2014, Kompass leaked a confidential U.N. report on the sexual abuse of children by peacekeepers in the Central African Republic to prosecutors in France—the former colonial power has a force there—claiming the U.N. was taking too long to act.

    A study by independent experts released in December 2015 found “gross institutional failure” by the U.N. in the way it responded to the abuse allegations.

    It reported that children as young as nine were encouraged to take part in sex in exchange for food or money in the war-torn CAR.

    Kompass was suspended for leaking the internal report on the abuse but the independent study exonerated him, IRIN said.

    Hello. We're from the UN and we are here to help ourselves to your children. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

    Posted in: U.N. whistleblower quits over peacekeeper rape 'impunity'

  • 0

    arrestpaul

    I agree with Micheal Rhian Driscoll, they found it, they get to name it. It really is that simple.

    The following is from Wikipedia. Element 113 is element 113 regardless of it's name.

    Ununtrium is a chemical element with atomic number 113. It has the proposed name of nihonium[6] but until confirmation by the IUPAC, it has a temporary name and temporary symbol Uut. It is a synthetic element (an element that can be created in a laboratory but is not found in nature) and is extremely radioactive; its most stable known isotope, ununtrium-286, has a half-life of 20 seconds. It is also known as eka-thallium or simply element 113. Ununtrium was first reported to have been created in 2003 by the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna, Russia, and in 2004 by a team of Japanese scientists at RIKEN. In December 2015, the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) and the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) recognized the element and assigned the priority of the discovery to RIKEN.[7] In June 2016, the IUPAC published a declaration suggesting a name of 'nihonium', element symbol Nh. The name is set to be formally accepted in (or after) November 2016.[8] The name comes from the Japanese word for Japan ("Nihon").

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ununtrium

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  • -2

    arrestpaul

    kcjapan - Let the reader decide.

    This reader has decided that you're trying to serve up a nice plump red herring and it doesn't seem to be working.

    Posted in: U.S. cities see unexplained rise in violent crimes this year

  • -1

    arrestpaul

    kcjapan - U.S. Cities See Unexplained Rise In Violent Crimes This Year

    Three letters? NRA.

    I prefer to blame the rise in violence on the thugs who are actually breaking the law. You may prefer to introduce red herrings.

    Posted in: U.S. cities see unexplained rise in violent crimes this year

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