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I Am Jordan Arras

I Am Jordan Arras My name is Jordan Arras and I strive for success. I call things as I see them (whether you like them or not) and I never stop taking a stand for liberty. The views on this page are my own and I do not repost things I disagree with. I am open for debate and intelligent conversation because those are rather difficult to find these days. Feel free to ask questions and submit posts for approval.

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Our Duty As American Citizens

It is our duty as American citizens that when our government loses control of itself or becomes tyrannical that we either revolt against, remove, and replace or change it from the inside out.


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nevver:

“… if you’re looking for the guilty, you need only look into a mirror”

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nevver:

… if you’re looking for the guilty, you need only look into a mirror


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My Predictions for the 2012 Presidential Election

I am predicting that President Barack Obama will defeat Governor Mitt Romney and Governor Gary Johnson. I am predicting that Barack Obama will obtain a sum of 290 electoral votes compared to Governor Mitt Romney’s projected 248 electoral votes. Governor Gary Johnson is not predicted to win any electoral votes in this election. Isolating many libertarian minded people nationwide could have hurt Governor Romney very badly in states like Nevada and Ohio where the Libertarian party presidential candidate Governor Gary Johnson is polling about 11% of the vote. I think what we are seeing is a strong rise in the idea of Libertarianism and could be looking at having three major political parties in the near future.


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ipsyduck:

A household, torn by war…

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ipsyduck:

A household, torn by war…


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You have only the illusion of choice…

You have only the illusion of choice…


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nationalpost:

World Trade Center’s spire being held for ‘ransom’ in Quebec company’s backyardThe 137-metre-long spire intended to crown the skyscraper replacing the World Trade Center on Manhattan’s skyline sits in the yard of a Quebec company which, a lawsuit claims, is holding the pinnacle for “ransom” and jeopardizing the completion of the tallest building in the Western hemisphere.“I know I’m not making friends right now but at the end of the day, money is money and business is business,” said Jean Paschini, chairman and chief executive officer of ADF Group Inc. of Terrebonne, Que.“I’m not holding it hostage, it’s here in my backyard,” he said. He then added: “Pay me and then you get your antenna… Let’s resolve everything, then you get your nice antenna so you can put it up.”

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nationalpost:

World Trade Center’s spire being held for ‘ransom’ in Quebec company’s backyard
The 137-metre-long spire intended to crown the skyscraper replacing the World Trade Center on Manhattan’s skyline sits in the yard of a Quebec company which, a lawsuit claims, is holding the pinnacle for “ransom” and jeopardizing the completion of the tallest building in the Western hemisphere.

“I know I’m not making friends right now but at the end of the day, money is money and business is business,” said Jean Paschini, chairman and chief executive officer of ADF Group Inc. of Terrebonne, Que.

“I’m not holding it hostage, it’s here in my backyard,” he said. He then added: “Pay me and then you get your antenna… Let’s resolve everything, then you get your nice antenna so you can put it up.”


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Politicalprof: When Ronald Reagan Almost Gave It All Away

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politicalprof:

Last weekend marked the 26th anniversary of a largely-forgotten event: a summit between US President Ronald Reagan and Soviet Premier Mikhail Gorbachev in Reykjavik, Iceland in October 1986.

Aimed at negotiating another START (Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty) agreement, the meeting was expected…

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In Focus: 50 Years Ago: The Cuban Missile Crisis

On October 15, 1962, a group of CIA analysts assigned to review aerial photographs of Cuba identified several newly established Soviet medium-range ballistic missile installations — bases within 100 miles of the United States. The State Department was notified that night, and President John F. Kennedy was briefed the next morning, setting in motion a crisis that brought the world frighteningly close to nuclear war. The U.S. considered options, deployed troops and weapons to Florida, confronted the Soviets at the UN, and shortly set up a naval blockade of Cuba. For 13 tense days, the crisis deepened and people around the world feared the very real possibility of a new, horrific worldwide conflict. On October 27, the U.S. and Soviets reached a secret agreement, where Kennedy would order the removal of missiles in southern Italy and Turkey, and Khrushchev would remove all missiles in Cuba. Over the following weeks, U.S. forces monitored the departure of 42 missiles aboard eight Soviet ships, and the crisis was averted. Gathered here are a few glimpses from those tense Cold War days, as the world approached, then retreated from, the brink of destruction.

See more. [Images: Getty Images, AP]


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