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    Sad day for America today: Attack on our democratic process

    See above. I’m pretty clear. If you interfere in the gov or delay= sedition it sucs when the uneducated and the grifters whack their heads into the law and facts. that is where we are. See all 1:63 decisions this is site dedicated to assisting youth with achieving leadership roles in the...
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    Sad day for America today: Attack on our democratic process

    Well I guess to counter point the above nonsense... they literally committed sedition They also looted and destroyed buildings They killed a officer of the state, a f’ing moron that happened to luck into 15 years of military service died the traitors death expected if you try to attack...
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    Sad day for America today: Attack on our democratic process

    Cool story bro... these “patriots”, I mean seditionists, beat a capitol cop to death. If you’ve seen the princess bride, you’ll get the phrase: “you keep saying the word “evidence”, I don’t think it means what you think it does.”
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    Sad day for America today: Attack on our democratic process

    It is not true both parties have objected for fraud. No free pass on both sides’ism.
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    Sad day for America today: Attack on our democratic process

    Nah, it's accurate. There will be no more slack given to sedition and fellow travelers in sedition. People spreading misinformation and sowing chaos are on notice. The BS ends now. Facts don't care about outrage, and no one is entitled to their own facts.
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    Sad day for America today: Attack on our democratic process

    Thunder, it is willful ignorance and/or bad faith
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    Sad day for America today: Attack on our democratic process

    It’s not actually a different topic...probably an wise invite to have declined... Here’s a part of 18 U.S.C. § 2384 that will explain it... important part paraphrased below To oppose by force the authority of the United States government; to prevent, hinder, or delay by force the execution of...
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    Sad day for America today: Attack on our democratic process

    Willful blindness is not a good look against sedition
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    Sad day for America today: Attack on our democratic process

    Both siding a planned assault on the capital is remarkably obtuse or in bad faith.
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    Sad day for America today: Attack on our democratic process

    This is something... https://www.nam.org/manufacturers-call-on-armed-thugs-to-cease-violence-at-capitol-11628/
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    NROTC Essay Analysis

    Please remember that everything needs editing and often rewriting (see all the litigation over 2020 election). Often many times over (see prior). Good writing is good editing. Writing simply and clearly shows respect for your busy readers. It’s incredibly brave and wise of you to come to...
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    Currently a Female Plebe at USMA - Ask Me Anything

    The LSAT is ridiculously coachable/trainable. I'm a plant molecular biologist who hit a 97% without a tutor, just practice tests and a book on the test (can't remember which). And I was a middling biologist who had to flee actual science to the law. Your college experience will have little...
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    West Point Cheating Scandal

    Tired: what does Scott Adam’s say? Wired: What does bill waters on say On fire: what does Gary Larson say? the only reason Adams got column inches is Larson retired. Change my mind!
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    West Point Cheating Scandal

    You should reread this section and perhaps edit it. It communicates a certain mindset, and it's not a leadership mindset.
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    NROTC Summer training

    Mids are being solicited to be trainers at NSI.
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    A Day of Reckoning - Dec. 5 SAT Scores are In - A Sobering Reality

    But were the results out of line with the practice tests? These exams are to a certain extent a game. Knowing the rules of each type of question helps with the results. This is why the tests are problematic. They reward people with the resources and discipline to be trained to play the...
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    Spaceforce Guardians!

    No way, I'm all on Space Force Mandalorians. And none of them can ever take off their helmets, even in a meeting of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. This whole thing strikes me as an inside joke which rapidly got out of hand. They already stole the logo from Star Trek, they need to bookend this with...
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