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May gospel pala idol ni adme. :D

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Florida shooting: 17 confirmed dead in 'horrific' attack on high school – as it happened



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15K murder sa Pinas! Tokhang pa lang yan.

isama mo pa yong gawa mismo ng criminal.

tapos ang lakas ng loob ng mga DDS na 'to!

Mas safe ako dito kesa diyan sa Pinas. Daming fascist diyan.

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 16, 2018 7:38 am 
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Kinumpara pa langya. :shock: :biglaugh:

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 16, 2018 9:30 pm 
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Admerald wrote:
15K murder sa Pinas! Tokhang pa lang yan.

isama mo pa yong gawa mismo ng criminal.

tapos ang lakas ng loob ng mga DDS na 'to!

Mas safe ako dito kesa diyan sa Pinas. Daming fascist diyan.


malamang nasa bahay ka lang nman... pero ewan ko lang din kung yan din ang sasabihin mo sa mga anak mong nasa paaralan...

dakila kang mangmang...

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a vicious cycle... na puede nmang ma-address... ayaw lng talagang i-address... dahil mga mangmang!

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 22, 2018 10:24 am 
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Students across US walk out of class to protest gun violence
Associated Press / 09:34 AM February 22, 2018

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Therese Gachnauer, center, a 18 year old senior from Chiles High School and Kwane Gatlin, right, a 19 year old senior from Lincoln High School, both in Tallahassee, join fellow students protesting gun violence on the steps of the old Florida Capitol in Tallahassee, Fla., Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018. Students at schools across Broward and Miami-Dade counties in South Florida planned short walkouts Wednesday, the one week anniversary of the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. (AP Photo/Mark Wallheiser)


In a wave of demonstrations reaching from Arizona to Maine, students at dozens of U.S. high schools walked out of class Wednesday to protest gun violence and honor the victims of last week’s deadly shooting in Florida.

The protests spread from school to school as students shared plans for their demonstrations over social media. Many lasted 17 minutes in honor of the 17 people killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.

Hundreds of students from Maryland schools left class to rally at the U.S. Capitol. Hundreds more filed out of their schools in cities from Chicago to Pittsburgh to Austin, Texas, often at the lunch hour. Thousands walked out in Florida.

At the protest in Washington, students held a moment of silence in memory of those killed in Parkland and listened as the names of the dead were recited. Daniel Gelillo, a senior at Richard Montgomery High in Rockville, Maryland, helped organize the protest and said students aimed to pressure lawmakers to act on gun control.

Up until now, he said, nothing has quite fazed them.”

“The Orlando shooting, Las Vegas and now Parkland,” he said. “Something has to happen. Innocent people are dying because of the easy access to firearms in this country.”

At Dublin Scioto High School near Columbus, Ohio, about 200 students sat outside in silence for 17 minutes and wrote notes of support that will be mailed to survivors of the Florida shooting. Afterward, they gathered in a circle to discuss how they could push for stronger gun control.

“No child should have to go to school and be scared for their life,” said Daviyana Warren, a 15-year-old sophomore at the school who walked out. “It hits close to home because it’s happening to us.”

While some groups have worked to organize national demonstrations in the coming weeks, students say gatherings Wednesday were mostly impromptu and organized out of a sense of urgency to find solutions to gun violence.

Many of the protests were accompanied by chants of “Never again,” which has been a rallying cry since the Florida shooting.

“These gun deaths are happening like every day, and we’re not doing anything to change it. It’s ridiculous,” said Rebecca Parch, a sophomore who organized a walkout at Lakewood High School, near Cleveland. “It’s just too many lives lost, and I think that teenagers are just done with it now.”

Students at her school and others called for limits on AR-15 rifles, the weapon authorities say 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz legally bought and used in the Florida attack. Teens at some schools called for a ban on the AR-15 and similar rifles among civilians, saying they should be reserved for military use.


Principals at some schools allowed the protests and promised not to punish students for leaving class. Parch said the administration at her school vowed to join students in similar demonstrations in the future. But some districts threatened to discipline those who joined the wave of walkouts.

Superintendent Curtis Rhodes, of Texas’ Needville Independent School District, said students who left class would be suspended for three days, even with permission from their parents.

“Life is all about choices and every choice has a consequence whether it be positive or negative,” Rhodes wrote in a letter to families and on social media. “We will discipline no matter if it is one, fifty or five hundred students involved.”

Similar walkouts already are being planned, including on March 14, one month after the Florida shooting, and on April 20, the anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre in Colorado.

While some students said their opinions have been belittled because they’re still teenagers, they counter that they’ll soon be voters and shouldn’t be taken lightly. Some said they’re taking a stand because lawmakers haven’t.

“They send out their thoughts and their prayers, and we appreciate that, but that’s enough,” said Warren, of Dublin Scioto. “We need change.”

The Florida high school shooter’s lawyer has said he is sad, mournful and remorseful and has called him “a broken human being.”

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 22, 2018 10:28 am 
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US politicians, mostly Republicans, are adamant to change the law on guns because they are funded by lobbyists like the NRA.

I really don't see the logic on why not implement stricter gun laws. I mean considering the murders in schools and what have you's, with the gun used bought legally from a gun store.

It's what I have been saying about the hypocrisy in "saving the unborn". Concerns stop after the "unborn" is "born". Now they become a part of "target practice". It's as if the "pro-life" is imploring babies to be born so they can be used as "live victims" in a "shooting practice".

Enough of the hypocrisy!!!

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as long as NRA keeps sending "donations" to these politicians, no voice will ever be heard about gun-control...

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Blaming Video Games for School Shootings Is Misguided, Dangerous
https://www.rollingstone.com/glixel/features/video-games-school-shootings-w516863

Politicians, are once again, wasting no time blaming video games for the Valentine’s Day shootings in Florida which left 17 dead at a high school near Boca Raton.

During a radio interview, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin blamed video games for creating a “culture of death” and argued that these games are “. . . garbage. It’s the same as pornography. They have desensitized people to the value of human life, to the dignity of women, to the dignity of human decency. We’re reaping what we’ve sown here.” This politician is mimicking the rhetoric of a small vocal minority of video game researchers who have been blaming video games for school shootings and other horrific acts of violence for decades. With little to no evidence they have testified before congress claiming “. . . an estimated 10 percent to 30 percent of violence in society can be attributed to the impact of violent media.” Published op-eds declaring “Controlling the use of violent video games is one step we can take to protect our society from violence.” And even claiming that the public health risk of violent video games is comparable to that of smoking and lung cancer. The problem is such fear mongering provides politicians with a red herring to hide behind while avoiding addressing the real issues related to violence.

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Washington (CNN)Stormy Daniels is playing Donald Trump at his own game.

The adult movie star, who claims she had an affair with Trump and was paid $130,000 to stay quiet before the election by the President's lawyer, has drawn the White House into a politically damaging sexual melodrama.
Daniels turned her case from a side show muffled by multiple controversies battering the administration into a West Wing headache using methods that Trump, the high priest of self publicity, would recognize.
Building buzz with the garish theatrics of a reality show protagonist and offering suggestive interviews that hinted at hidden bombshells, Daniels then weaponized the courts to target a foe who has no desire to fight.

That's how White House press secretary Sarah Sanders found herself sparring Wednesday with reporters demanding to know if her boss was trying to silence the porn star after an alleged liaison a decade ago.
Her answers only prolonged the drama and exacerbated its political toll. Trump was furious with Sanders over her responses on Wednesday, a source close to the White House told CNN's Jim Acosta.
"Sarah gave the Stormy Daniels storyline steroids yesterday," the source said.
Among the questions left hanging on Thursday morning: Did Trump's team try to stop a damaging scandal emerge just before the 2016 election? Did Trump know about the payment himself? Is the President still involved in what Daniels' lawyer says is an ongoing attempt to intimidate her?
If the mess isn't cleared up soon, it could ding Trump's already compromised image ahead of midterm elections that are crucial to his political fate.
There is so far no evidence of wrongdoing by the President and he has denied the alleged affair.
But as details emerge of a covert litigation battle between Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen and Daniels' representatives, Trump, already fuming at a special counsel probe, could find himself in yet more legal peril.
New lines of inquiry

Uncharacteristically, Sanders did not simply deflect questions about the case to one of Trump's lawyers Wednesday, a skill she's largely perfected.
Instead, she inadvertently opened new lines of inquiry by startling journalists by offering fresh information.
"This case has already been won in arbitration," she said, before belatedly directing further questions to "outside counsel."
Her explanation was more unequivocal than the facts suggest.
The breakthrough that Cohen's own lawyer secured on his behalf was merely a temporary restraining order against Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, rather than a conclusive victory.
When Sanders was asked whether the President knew about the payment to Daniels before the election, she replied "not that I am aware of," a statement that fell well short of a full denial and only raised more questions.
She also maintained that the "American people were aware of this, voted for the President."
That was not true since although voters did know about Trump's alleged affairs and allegations of harassment against him, the story about Daniels only broke in January when it was reported in The Wall Street Journal.
The upshot of the briefing -- more ammunition to keep the story churning.
While Sanders undeniably had a distasteful duty, two sources close to the White House told CNN's Jim Acosta that they were surprised how Sanders handled the issue.
"It was sloppy," one said. The other source pointed out, "they acknowledged something people didn't notice in paperwork yesterday."
'Bogus' arbitration

In effect, Sanders broke the news that Cohen last week won an order from an arbitrator to temporarily stop Daniels talking about the alleged affair.
Cohen who told the Journal in January that he had "facilitated" the payment, argued that Daniels had breached the non-disclosure agreement she signed weeks before the 2016 election.
But in a suit filed Tuesday in Los Angeles, Daniels contended the contract was invalid because it was never signed by Trump.
The Daniels lawsuit also contends that Cohen initiated a "bogus arbitration" hearing against her without notifying her beforehand.
A copy of the restraining order against Daniels obtained by CNN confirms that the judge made a "one-party" ruling that did not require her to be notified -- raising questions about the tactics used by Cohen, if not their legality.
Wherever the truth lies in this legal imbroglio, the fact that it is being talked about at all spells bad news for the White House.
Beyond the embarrassment for Trump, and potentially his wife Melania, it also will force Republican lawmakers to answer questions on the issue at a time when their relationship with the President is under fresh strain.
A slippery legal and political slope
The longer the episode lingers, the most likely it will become an issue for Trump and the GOP in the midterms.
While Trump's legendary base is always unmoved by his scandals, he is potentially vulnerable among independent voters and more traditional Republicans who voted for him in 2016.
The case will worry Republican strategists, who have watched the President's fortunes tumble among a key sector of the electorate -- women.
Trump carried white women voters over Hillary Clinton by nine points in 2016, but trails potential 2020 Democratic re-election foes by double figures among the same demographic, according to a recent CNN/SSRS poll.
Trump won 61% of white women without a college degree in 2016, according to exit polls; but his approval rating among them dipped to 48% in the full year 2017 average of Gallup polling. Among college-educated white women, he fell from 44% in 2016 to an ominous 32% average approval rating last year, according to CNN political columnist Ronald Brownstein.
Female voters are tipped for a key role in suburban districts that could swing the House to Democrats in November.
And politics may not be Trump's only concern.
Down the road, any effort to compel Trump's testimony in the case could open new peril for a President who shades the truth and is causing his lawyers sleepless nights about his desire to testify to special counsel Robert Mueller.
After all, lying under oath in a case that originated from an extramarital relationship is what got President Bill Clinton impeached.







da polster hu conducted thes serbey have not fully realized yet na para kang nagpa-poll dito sa pacland kapag nag pa poll ka sa mga REPUBLICAN...
fanatic na FANATIC ang mga republican voters at majority ng mga karaketr dito sa pacland... bwahahahahaha
ang mahirap pa nito ang akala nila sa sarili nila ay EDUCATED at matilino ang ginagawa nila...bwahahahahahahhhha
eh ang napaka gandang eksampol nyan ay ang TS na to...BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAA
mapa-GUNS , mapa RELIGION, mapa POLITICS...
kung may barometer ang SELFISHNESH... sila ang NASA TOP at HIGJEST pointersss....
BWAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA + BWAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA - BWAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHA = BWAHAHAHHAHAHHHAHAHAHAH


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Habang tumatagal tumataas ang rating ni Trump. Kapag nagtagumpay siya sa North Korea, tiyak na ang 2nd term. Hahagulgol na naman si gorio. :D

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at majority ng mga karaketr dito sa pacland... bwahahahahaha


Freudian slip si Gorio. Ano na naman pinaplano mo na raket? :lol:

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yung last words dyan sa pic ang di ma gets karamihan ng mga republican fanatics.

you can be against abortion but if you are duty bound to implement a particular law (example related to abortion or gay marriage), you either implement it or resign from the position.

it has nothing to do with your political affiliation, mapa democrat ka man or republican.

di ka pwede mamangka sa dalawang ilog...

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