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#1126 2017-11-06 12:38:30

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This was apparently yet another crazy person getting guns because no judge ever committed him.  THAT is the leak behind most of the non-terrorist incidents.  If there's no record of a judgement of insanity,  you cannot refuse to sell him a gun.

Note also that he (like so many others) picked an undefended gun free zone as his target.  The lesson of the 19th century frontier towns has long been forgotten:  you can have a gun free zone,  and there are many good reasons to have them,  but ONLY if you defend it adequately.

If you actually examine the gun violence data objectively,  those two things simply JUMP OFF THE PAGE at you,  as the two things most likely to do some good if remedied.

GW

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#1127 2017-11-06 16:06:41

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The guy was court-martialed for beating his wife and sentenced to a year in prison back in 2012. I thought felonies disqualified people from buying guns?


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#1128 2017-11-06 18:45:09

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Apparently he was, but the Air Force failed to notify the FBI of such a conviction, hence why he was able to purchase them anyway.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/breaking … ar-AAuwkQ7


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#1129 2017-11-06 20:00:29

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Lots more news on character of the man doing the shooting as to how disturbed he really was.

Neighbor Stephen Willeford and Johnnie Langendorff witnessed the shootout between the suspected gunman wanted in the massacre at a Texas church and as a neighbor, he decided to help. 'Why Wouldn't You Want To Take Him Down?' He ended up following the alleged shooter down a highway for 11 miles. Langendorff remained on the phone with authorities during the car chase, and told the police which roads they were taking. Eventually, when the suspect hit about 95 mph, he “lost control on his own and went off in the ditch.”

Not recomended but well done....

Fix what is broken......

Trump blamed the incident not on guns but ‘A mental health problem.’

If the president truly believed that mental health was behind the thousands and thousands of gun deaths in the U.S. every year, why would he cut funding for mental health via Medicaid in his tax bill?

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#1130 2017-11-06 20:40:36

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Wife is just now hearing about another shooting and is quite upset with the gun violence....

http://www.wcvb.com/article/boston-poli … d/13440444

The Boston Police Department has shut down Mass. Ave. at Huntington Ave. after shots were fired. Boston EMS confirms two people were taken to the hospital from the scene, one with shooting injuries one with other injuries.

"Is this the price of freedom."

http://www.cnn.com/2017/11/06/opinions/ … index.html

Massive Leak Reveals New Ties Between Trump Administration and Russia, More Indictments coming soon as Mueller Has Enough Evidence to Bring Charges in Flynn Investigation, Implicating Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Jared Kushner will be indicted for money laundering.

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#1131 2017-11-11 20:05:11

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This story rings of being funny coming from a 12 year old but its as real as the healthcare issues that we al face.
Jeff Sessions Is Being Sued Over U.S. Marijuana Policy by a 12-Year-Old Girl claiming that the federal prohibition on marijuana is unconstitutional.

Bortell uses a strain of cannabis oil called Haleigh’s Hope to help with her seizures, and hopes that the lawsuit will help normalize and further legalize marijuana, Bortell was diagnosed with epilepsy when she was a young child and traditional medicine was not helping. She and her family moved to Colorado from Texas so they could legally obtain cannabis oils to help treat the sixth-grader.

"As the seizures got worse, we had to move to Colorado to get cannabis because it's illegal in Texas," said Bortell.

Some doctors even suggested that Bortell should consider having brain surgery instead of using the drug, but a drop of liquid THC twice a day has kept her seizure-free for two-and-a-half years.

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#1132 2017-11-11 20:17:46

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Reading NBC a list of Republicans are saying goodbye to Washington ahead of midterms to which a growing number of House Republicans are choosing to voluntarily drain the swamp one year ahead of the midterm elections. Nearly two dozen congressional Republicans have so far announced they will not be running for re-election, leaving Democrats enthusiastic about the potential for major gains in the 2018 elections. Nine Republicans are running for a different elected position, while 12 are retiring so far. We have seen some seats already change and Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee on Thursday released its “One Year Out” strategy, announcing they plan to target 91 Republican held congressional districts.

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#1133 2017-11-12 03:26:45

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Are they voluntarily draining the swamp? Or are they reincarnating as a different critter, such as a lobbyist?


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#1134 2017-11-12 18:54:13

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Emergency Manager Resigns in Puerto Rico; Army Ends Its Mission

The moves came as Puerto Rico tries to shift away from the emergency phase of its hurricane response, and just a day after a widespread power failure underscored the enormous challenges that remain. More than 2,000 people are still in shelters, and the power grid is operating at 41 percent capacity, 52 days after the storm. The federal government had distributed 51 million gallons of water and 20 million meals and had tended to 5,000 sick residents.

Two Months After Harvey, Coastal Texas Towns Still Desperate for Housing

After six hours of sustained 131 mph winds and gusts that peaked at 151 mph, approximately 80 percent of the buildings in Aransas County — in which Fulton sits — were damaged and 35 percent of the structures in the county were completely destroyed, according to county officials.

More than two months after the hurricane made landfall, families are still living in single motel rooms or in tents next to their destroyed homes.

20 miles south of Fulton, on Mustang Island, more than 75 percent of the homes in the town of Port Aransas were destroyed when Hurricane Harvey walloped the community with brutal winds and an 11-foot storm surge.

Though five of Bujan’s constituents qualified for FEMA trailers, no one is sure when they are expected to arrive, and many said they are pushed back-and-forth between FEMA, the Small Business Administration, Texas General Land Office and the Texas Division of Emergency Management.

Jimmy Kendrick owns a 2,300-square-foot home on a corner lot in Fulton, Texas, a small town of about 1,500 people along the coast. Hurricane Harvey hit his home hard, and now he’s confined to his living room and kitchen because the roof is leaking. He still doesn’t have electricity in the rest of his house.

But Kendrick noted that his situation isn’t as bad compared to others in town. “Those people who can’t afford housing at all: their mental anguish is really hard right now,” he said.

As much as we would like to blame the federal governement for the response to those in need its also the local's of each that have also not means to make things better.

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#1135 2017-11-19 17:09:32

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Well its happened agian and again the pipeline has sprung a leak causing environmental damage.
Keystone XL Opponents On 210,000-Gallon Spill: We Warned You

April 2016, just five months after President Barack Obama rejected the proposal the existing Keystone pipeline leaked 17,000 gallons of oil onto private land in southeastern South Dakota. Thursday, this time leaking 210,000 gallons ― 12 times more toxic tar sands oil than before ― on a grassy field in the remote northeastern corner of the Mount Rushmore State. It is the largest spill in Keystone’s history.

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#1136 2017-11-19 20:58:00

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In sensitive areas,  the prudent thing to do with underground pipe is to sleeve it within a bigger pipe and monitor the sleeve space.  For above-ground pipe,  the prudent thing to do in sensitive areas is to pave the right-of-way,  complete with curbing and catchments,  to catch the spills. 

Spills from pipelines are inevitable,  just not as often as with rail or truck transport,  but usually larger in quantity because nobody is paying close-enough attention.  The real problem is that everything is so damned bottom-line-$-oriented that no one is willing to do the prudent things. 

Make screwing up a whole lot more expensive,  and that problem we have with deliberate neglect will change.

GW

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#1137 2017-11-20 18:02:10

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Keystone_pipeline_map_small04.png

The approval followed years of intense debate over the pipeline amid hefty opposition from environmental groups, who argued the pipeline supports the extraction of crude oil from oil sands, which pumps about 17% more greenhouse gases than standard crude oil extraction. Environmentalists also opposed the pipeline because it would cut across the Ogallala Aquifer, one of the world's largest underground deposits of fresh water.

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#1138 2017-11-21 13:21:53

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SpaceNut,

How much human and environmental damage was done from the past two wars we've fought in the Middle East?  We can get our oil from here or overseas, but either way there's a price tag attached to it.  How well have those giant tanker ships worked out for comparison purposes?  When will Tesla manage to get those 500K Model 3's per year cranked out so we can all buy one?  Right now, oil and gas is what's keeping the lights on.  We may not like it, but the alternatives haven't been as widely implemented as we'd like.

How's that Trump-Russia collusion investigation going?  I haven't seen any posts in awhile and I was worried that your hopes had faded.

Today I heard that that radiation release from Russia's Mayak nuclear weapons facility back in September spewed radiation across Europe.  I guess it's a good thing that the Obama Administration didn't approve the sale of nuclear materials to those nitwits.  Oh, wait, I forgot...  All clowning aside, did Mueller ever find out why the Obama Administration permitted the sale of Uranium to our arch-enemy that somehow wasn't back when they were still good communists like our beloved Democrats?

The other day I heard from an anonymous source that it was actually President Trump, rather than former President Obama, who approved the sale of Uranium to the Russians.  The anonymous source was just something I made up in my head because I don't like President Trump wink, but I thought it might be a good way for the media and the Democrats to cover their entire face with egg so they don't have to look anyone in the eyes when they lie to them.

At least we have a President who "only" wants to start a war with a country armed with a few nuclear weapons instead of a few thousand nuclear weapons.  Miracles never cease.  Maybe we could get the Democrats at State to approve the sale of Uranium to North Korea while were at it.  What could possibly go wrong, either way?

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#1139 2017-11-21 21:42:34

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Robert Mueller’s team is digging into Jared Kushner’s contacts with Russian operatives. Kushner has consistently lied about meetings and contacts with Russians. Yet he keeps failing to disclose things that raise real questions about whether he colluded with Moscow during the campaign — and whether he’s been trying to cover it up ever since. Here Are All The Times Jared Kushner Broke The Law By Concealing Russia-Related Docs From Congress
Then there is another Trump that has been outed as Eric Trump Lashes Out At Forbes For Exposing His Charity Scam just like Dad and his foundation.

Federal Judge Permanently Blocks Trump’s Executive Order On Sanctuary Cities which was designed to crack down on so-called “sanctuary cities,” municipalities that do not comply with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) requests for assistance with identifying and deporting undocumented immigrants. Which was snaring the good ombre and not just the crocks, so now maybe the cities will step up the real bad guy's instead of the ones becoming American.

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#1140 2017-11-23 23:13:00

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Michael Flynn breaks ties with Trump lawyers over Russia investigation A move by former national security adviser to lesson or keep his son as well out of jail. As special counsel Robert Mueller over election interference continues to find collusion efforts to undermine Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. A Split From Trump Indicates That Flynn Is Moving to Cooperate With Mueller

5 Things On Michael Flynn, Russia And Donald Trump

Flynn's lawyers had openly shared information about the special counsel's investigation with the president's legal team but most recently that has changed as Flynn's communications with Mr. Trump's legal team have been terminated. It is common for defense lawyers to share investigation information, but this practice becomes unethical once a conflict of interest presents itself. Michael Flynn's legal team recently informed President Trump's lawyers that they can no longer discuss special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation-- a move that indicates Flynn, Mr. Trump's former national security adviser, may now be cooperating with the investigation into potential Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and Trump campaign collusion with the Kremlin. Trump's legal team has been expecting this development for weeks. They have been awaiting either an indictment of Flynn or his son, or a plea deal involving one of both.

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#1141 2017-11-24 15:52:22

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A wall will not fix this type of problem from occuring as 235 people were killed and 130 more injured in a Mosque, attackers unleashed a hail of gunfire on worshipers kneeling in prayer in northern Sinai in Egypt. Isis Militants attacked a crowded mosque during Friday prayers in the Sinai Peninsula, setting off explosives, spraying worshippers with gunfire and killing at least 235 people in the deadliest ever attack by Islamic extremists in Egypt. The Sufis are considered heretics because of their less literal interpretations of the faith. No one claimed responsibility immediately following the attack, but ISIS has targeted Sufis several times in the area in the past, notably beheading a leading Sufi religious figure, the blind sheikh Suleiman Abu Heraz, last year and posting photos of the killing online.

President Donald Trump condemned the "cowardly" attack on Twitter, and took the opportunity to tout the need for a border wall and travel ban, even though his most recent ban doesn't affect Egypt.

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#1142 2017-11-24 16:28:50

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Ah...the religion of peace.  We are all supposed to be soul searching at this point.  They were extremists.  They weren't proper Muslims.  They were 'radicalised'.  I don't think it is irrational to want to keep these people out of your country, although Trumps wall won't be much use in this situation.

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#1143 2017-11-25 15:41:40

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The extent of Russian meddling in the presidential election is the subject of multiple investigations and a U.S. intelligence community assessment that the country waged overt and covert campaigns in an attempt to interfere with the political process.
The social media giant has said that potentially 150 million people have seen the Russian-linked content on Facebook and Instagram plus more as you have many other sites that were used even twitter.

Facebook will let users know if they liked Russian-linked election propaganda

Facebook has developed a new tool that it says will allow users to see if they liked or followed accounts and content linked to a Russian internet company that was outed as a troll farm after the 2016 elections.  The feature will allow users to see which, if any, accounts made by the Internet Research Agency — a Russian internet company that was revealed as a troll farm after the election and purchased some 3,000 ads — they liked or followed from January 2015 to August 2017.

It will show not specific ads or posts that users may have seen but only the pages and accounts a user has liked or followed.

The tool is set to be available by the end of the year in the Facebook Help Center.

Well thats nice, but are you not a lot late at doing your diligence to keep the service free from such false information and why can you not show the original pages.....

Here is another jobs and income impact for each time Trump visits his properties.... Local Palm Beach business owner said he loses $1,000 a day when Trump visit

When President Trump arrived at his Florida estate for the Thanksgiving holiday, his return was not welcome news for some local business owners and community members.  The reason for many is not political, or even personal. It’s business.

For Iftach Shimonovitc, who makes a living offering helicopter sightseeing tours in Palm Beach, Florida, every day the president is in town can mean upwards of a thousand dollars in lost revenue.

“The problem is, when the president comes in town, we can’t fly. They issue a flight restriction to the area and we cannot do any sightseeing operations,” Shimonovitc, owner of Southern Helicopters, told ABC News in an interview.

His vists are a threat to his bussiness....

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#1144 2017-11-25 19:22:22

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SpaceNut,

Guess what?  Anyone can post whatever they want online.  Right or wrong, the internet hasn't yet been censored to only include information approved by the Ministry of Truth.  I still don't have any Facebook, Twitter, or other social media accounts.  I probably never will since it sounds like they're into propaganda.  The people peddling this collusion nonsense are starting to sound a lot like the 9/11 conspiracy theorists.  Your party's candidate was so bad that she lost to a reality TV show star.  It was apparent to everyone watching the utter nonsense of the Democrat Party and the Obama Administration that neither applied any principles grounded in the rule of law, apart from attacking anyone who didn't share their sophomoric ideology.  The Democrats need to work on their party platform a bit, but I'm guessing they're only going to double down on the same ideological silliness that cost them the election.

President Obama stood up on national television and stated that the election results reflected the will of the American people.  It may not have been his will or your will, but in our system of governance President Donald Trump won the election.  Whether or not the Russians were for, against, or indifferent to former Secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton, being elected President, I wouldn't vote for her now or ever.

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#1145 2017-11-25 21:54:16

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Well I do have a Facebook, Twitter accounts but never log into them or post or even read the content of others as the computers have always trailed in capability to make use of them so they did not influence my choices either. I do not vote party but listen to what I am hearing from each to make that choice and read between the lines to filter out what people want to hear from what really is said.

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#1146 2017-11-25 22:17:47

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Definition of Islam and Muslim or straight to the point what is the Difference Between Islam and Muslim

600px-branches-of-islam.png

Quick read of the structure of their religion is that they are the same as Catholic versus a Christain but we do not go to neighboring church and commit murder. Catholics follow the Old testament while the Christian believes in the New testament.
https://www.enkivillage.org/the-differe … stian.html
A further breakdown of where the differences are of the other branches are http://www.saintaquinas.com/christian_comparison.html

A mosque is little more than the sacred ground to which the religion is practiced within which is the same as a church. So why would they think that its ok to murder on holy ground....

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#1147 2017-11-26 11:57:54

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Anger at Robert Mueller is burning white-hot on the right and in conservative media, where calls for the special counsel to recuse himself from the investigation into Russian election meddling have reached a fever pitch.

The Uranium One sale was a deal, which at the time gave Russia ownership of about 20 percent of America's uranium production capacity, was approved by nine members on the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) in 2010 to the Russia state-owned nuclear firm Rosatom. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission approved the deal because Uranium One only has a license for uranium recovery, not uranium export.

https://www.investopedia.com/terms/c/co … -cfius.asp

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Committee … ted_States

http://www.factcheck.org/2015/04/no-vet … nium-deal/

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#1148 2017-11-26 14:38:48

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The question is coming up with regards to extremism related to being muslim / islamic religion and what must be done.
Saudi crown prince leads alliance of Muslim nations against terrorism

Saudi Arabia's assertive crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman's words come as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), which sparked the creation of the alliance of Muslim nations against terrorism, vowing that extremists will no longer "tarnish our beautiful religion." The alliance, initially announced with 34 nations, now includes 41, according the Saudi government.

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#1149 2017-11-26 18:45:51

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SpaceNut,

I understand that Democrats are upset about the election results, but the "experts" on all the liberal TV shows spent about six months of their lives painting a picture of their own private fantasy land where everyone in the US was simply going to crown Hillary Clinton empress for life.  That clearly didn't happen and there's a rather simple explanation as to why that didn't happen.  When it comes to our beliefs about the best way to run a country, it's so blatantly obvious that we have fundamentally different ideas about what works best that only brain dead ideologues could possibly miss it.  We could sail a super tanker between our differences in ideology.

All the derision of people with different ideas, insults directed towards people who are just part of the general public, false accusations or claims of racism / homophobia / xenophobia, and the criminality on the part of the rioters who attempted to prevent people from exercising their freedom of speech by attending President Trump's political rallies just sealed the deal.  If the Democrat Party and their supporters keep doing those things on an unprecedented scale, then they're going to keep losing elections in places where a majority of the people don't share their ideology.  The longer they stick with the "we're so special because we think we are and you suck because we said so" ideology, the worse their political position will become.

The Democrats need to at least attempt to run a campaign where they don't immediately insinuate or falsely claim that anyone who doesn't agree with their ideology is a racist / bigot / homophobe / xenophobe.  The people have caught on to that sort of foolishness and they're just not falling for it anymore, so it's time to try something different.  If that's the only response the Democrats have to legitimate concerns about people who have no intention of ever following our laws, then they really don't have an argument 99.99% of the time.  The number of people who actually hate other people in this country is so small as to be downright silly to ever legitimize that tiny minority's position by claiming that 50% of the population thinks less of someone else because of where they're from, their skin color, or their god of preference.

Regarding this sham investigation being conducted by Democrat Party donors, President Trump has been investigated for over a year now without any evidence of wrongdoing being uncovered by either former FBI Directors Comey or Mueller.  The most logical reason why no evidence has been forthcoming is that it simply doesn't exist.  It's a political ploy intended to de-legitimize his Presidency.

President Obama stood up on national television and stated that the results of the last election were determined by the people of the United States.  Do you question either the integrity of President Obama, the ability of the people he appointed to the Justice Department to conduct investigations?  If you do, then basically you're telling us the Democrats elected people who were either untrustworthy or incompetent or perhaps both.  If the Democrats are either untrustworthy or incompetent, then explain to the rest of us who didn't vote for former Secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton, why someone who stole classified information from government computer systems and then lied about it under oath after she unsuccessfully attempted to destroy the evidence was a more trustworthy and competent candidate to lead the United States?

I don't think you have an adequate answer for those questions and that is why the American people elected Donald Trump President of the United States of America.

Regarding the Uranium One deal, what do you suppose will be done with the recovered Uranium?  Do you think these companies that recover Uranium do that so it can sit in storage casks somewhere?  Maybe your ideology will cause you to dismiss things you don't agree with, but you can't possibly be that naive about what everyone who has Uranium does with it.

In point of fact, the Obama administration approved the export of yellowcake to Europe.  It just did so in a very surreptitious way.  Your guess as to where it went from there is as good as mine.  I wouldn't be too surprised if it ended up in Russian hands.  You don't think the Russians purchased a Canadian Uranium mining firm with significant American Uranium mining assets, after which control was transferred to Rosatom, for charity's sake, do you?

Your assertion that Uranium One does not have an export license is a farce, merely a shell game for those familiar with the concept:

Uranium One deal led to some exports to Europe, memos show

Why would Democrats ever approve the sale of "Uranium Anything" to Rosatom?  I thought Russia was Public Enemy #1.  Maybe this is just another lame attempt by the Democrats to cover up their criminality and blame the Republicans for their criminal acts.

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#1150 2017-11-26 19:01:42

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When are we going to fully investigate this?:

FBI informant gathered years of evidence on Russian push for US nuclear fuel deals, including Uranium One, memos show

Maybe special counsel needs to investigate what William Campbell discovered about the Uranium One deal and why former FBI Director Mueller had the FBI pay $251K for Mr. Campbell's services, which led to felony convictions, but made no attempt to stop the deal.  It seems implausible that nobody at the FBI or State was aware of what was going on when the FBI had a paid informant uncovering Russian attempts to control our Uranium supply.

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