Fire Brns wrote:genocide.
Iulus Cofield wrote: Maybe a hundred years of control is a kind of weak claim to territory, but I think 80 years of undisputed control is pretty strong.
KnightExemplar wrote:Assange (and Wikileaks) are hardly the paragon of open and free leaks.
ManaUser wrote:So within this framework, they could just say, new tax rate... 100%. But if you buy a refrigerator you'll only have to pay the old rate.
ManaUser wrote:So basically they've ruled that the government can for any reason, or no reason, force the American people to buy a commercial product. First Citizens United and now this. CEOs must be dancing in the streets.
leady wrote:assuming reasonable source - looks like they are toning it down these days...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organ_tran ... c_of_China
leady wrote:There is one state that effectively does do state sponsored organ harvesting - China
Ormurinn wrote:Because we'll just go round in circles. If you don't think people have any rights save those granted to them by the state then we'll forever disagree.
Ormurinn wrote:Natural Right
Djehutynakht wrote:MILITARIZE SPACE! MURIKA FUCK YEAH
Derek wrote:The site isn't about the carbon tax, it's about "carbon price claims":