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  • Israel Falls into the 4GW Trap
    by Keith Preston on November 28, 2023 at 6:34 pm

    By William S. Lind, Traditional Right As of this writing, Israeli forces have penetrated Gaza city and are on their way to taking northern Gaza. Tactically, they are succeeding, as state forces usually do against 4GW opponents. In the process, they are losing at the moral level, also

  • How Psychedelics Can Inspire Belief in Panpsychism and Animism
    by /u/firdousebareen123 on November 28, 2023 at 6:22 pm

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  • Medical assistance in dying: we should put some restrictions on whether children should have access to euthanasia, but we also need to have the ability to let exceptional cases go through.
    by /u/Aristotlegreek on November 28, 2023 at 6:11 pm

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  • My rights are not determined by what you think I need
    by /u/RenegadeRothbard on November 28, 2023 at 5:54 pm

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  • CTIL Files #1: US And UK Military Contractors Created Sweeping Plan For Global Censorship In 2018, New Documents Show
    by /u/liberty4now on November 28, 2023 at 5:54 pm

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  • *Death* and taxes
    by /u/RenegadeRothbard on November 28, 2023 at 5:54 pm

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  • The Republic is dead
    by /u/RenegadeRothbard on November 28, 2023 at 5:53 pm

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  • UOttawa vs UManitoba
    by /u/Substantial_Sir_3376 on November 28, 2023 at 5:53 pm

    Hey! So I am a current paralegal student and I’ve decided to take the jump to law school (yes I have my BAHon already). There’s only two schools I’m actually interested in. They’re in the title. UOttawa interests me because of the international specialization as I want to do immigration and refugee law. UMan interests me because of the human rights aspect and the law and society specialization. Ideally as long as I keep up my marks in my graduate certificate, and I don’t mess up my LSATs, both seem pretty equal to me. Maybe UMan is a tad easier because I don’t speak French and they don’t require personal statements or recommendation letters. But all that aside, which would you choose? I’m okay with moving out of province but ideally want to come back to Ontario. I’m also willing to try and learn French. So if you were me, which would you choose? Any advice or personal anecdotes you can give would be super helpful! submitted by /u/Substantial_Sir_3376 [link] [comments]

  • The Moral Costs of Political Pluralism: The Dilemmas of Difference and Equality in Hannah Arendt's "Reflections on Little Rock"
    by /u/ADefiniteDescription on November 28, 2023 at 5:43 pm

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  • 11/28/23: Bibi Rejects Two State Solution, Man Arrested For Shooting Palestinians, WH Blames Social Media For Economic Worry, Home Sales Drop, AI Breakthrough And Altman Ouster, Ireland Censorship After Riots, AIPAC Bribes Tlaib Challengers, RNC Funding Plummets, And Santos Spills On Colleagues
    by Keith Preston on November 28, 2023 at 5:42 pm

    Krystal and Saagar discuss Netanyahu rejecting Biden’s call for a two state solution, suspect arrested after shooting of three Palestinians, White House blames social media for economic concerns, home sales drop to decade low, AI breakthrough and Sam Altman, McGregor investigated after Ireland riot tweets, AIPAC caught trying

  • Wilkinson v. Garland
    by /u/Gkibarricade on November 28, 2023 at 5:37 pm

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  • In 1996, Georgiana Doerschuck ran for president with a campaign promise of banning all computers if she got elected. (Mr. Beat)
    by /u/JFMV763 on November 28, 2023 at 5:27 pm

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  • Without government, who would tase your grandpa to death for wanting to speak to a supervisor before signing a traffic ticket?
    by /u/AbolishtheDraft on November 28, 2023 at 5:24 pm

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  • Javier Milei’s election presents an opportunity for us to discuss the evils of central banking and the Federal Reserve
    by /u/AbolishtheDraft on November 28, 2023 at 5:20 pm

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  • Why the Fifth Circuit Keeps Making Such Outlandish Decisions
    by /u/jonfla on November 28, 2023 at 5:12 pm

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  • Georgia prosecutors oppose plea deals for Trump, Meadows and Giuliani
    by /u/blankblank on November 28, 2023 at 5:11 pm

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  • The Separation Of Charity and State
    by /u/MMLawlor13 on November 28, 2023 at 5:07 pm A great piece from Jacob Hornberger. Even though it's from '06, it's still extremely relevant today. People want to help one another. When you donate to your corner church, when you give some money to a homeless guy you pass on the street, when you send money to an online organization, you're not doing it out of fear of government. You're not even thinking about government. You do it because you it makes you feel good to help others. That wouldn't change because you remove government from the equation. Get government out of the way and unlock people's charity, for God's sakes. submitted by /u/MMLawlor13 [link] [comments]

  • Writing a hit piece about a child is extremely weird behaviour. (Sydney Watson)
    by /u/JFMV763 on November 28, 2023 at 4:55 pm

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  • Are there any apps/scripts that encrypt photos BEFORE sending to Google Photos?
    by /u/Monsieur2968 on November 28, 2023 at 4:38 pm

    I have a deal from my cell carrier that allows me to get unlimited original quality backup to Google Photos for $15/mo. It's appealing to me because I won't have to manage the devices, and I won't have to open ports. I found this white paper from Columbia Engineering talking about fuzzing photos THEN sending them to Google Photos. Are there any apps doing this or similar? Basically same idea as doing PGP/GPG only email on GMail, without the contact metadata. I've seen other options and: ente looks great and is fairly priced. BUT I like not having to worry about taking too many photos. I'm also very close to the 500gig as is. Immich, PhotoPrism, and Synology Photos look great too. BUT I'd have to maintain the drives, and possibly open ports for some of them. They also don't do off-site unless I convince a friend to let me setup another machine at their house and use their bandwidth for an initial sync, or I have to send them a drive. I get that it's a trade off, but it's mine to make. I get many others wouldn't make that trade, and that's fine. Just curious if there are any apps that do this or similar. EDIT: IT HAS TO BE A PHOTO. I get Google PHOTOS space, NOT DRIVE. Veracrypt and alike WON'T work for this, I need to have photos at the end, not an encrypted blob. submitted by /u/Monsieur2968 [link] [comments]

  • Let Them Know It’s Time to Power Up
    by Aaron Jue on November 28, 2023 at 4:30 pm

    Power Up Your Donation Week is here! Right now, your contribution will have double the impact on digital privacy, security, and free speech rights for everyone. Power Up! Donate to EFF for an instant 2X match Thanks to a fund made by a group of dedicated EFF supporters, now through December 5th every online donation gets an instant match up to $304,200! This means every dollar you give becomes two dollars toward fighting surveillance, defending encryption, promoting open access to information, and much more. EFF makes every cent count.  Free the Web! Where else can you get health information, talk about your favorite anime, tell a friend you miss them, and learn how to fix that weird issue on your phone all at once? It’s hard to imagine a place where you can be as creative and connected as you are on the internet. But these gifts also mean that corporations and governments fight hard to control what technology users say and do on the web. Together, we're defending civil liberties and human rights online. Thank you for helping EFF attorneys, activists, policy analysts, and technologists free the web for everyone. And even if you're not able to donate today, consider helping us spread the word to others. Here’s some sample language that you can share: Donate to EFF this week and you’ll instantly double your impact on digital privacy, security, and free speech rights for everyone. Email | Facebook | LinkedIn | "X" Thank you for allowing EFF to stand by you and your rights as technology touches evermore aspects of the world. It's a tough place to navigate and we're proud to give our all for your digital freedom. I hope you'll consider making a year-end contribution to help us make the future a little brighter.

  • McElrath v. Georgia
    by /u/Gkibarricade on November 28, 2023 at 4:28 pm

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  • Perma Ban frm News Subreddit 4 this comment
    by /u/thepithypirate on November 28, 2023 at 3:55 pm

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  • "Voting for people who put me and my entire family in a camp because we're Asian is for the greater good." (Spike Cohen)
    by /u/JFMV763 on November 28, 2023 at 3:28 pm

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  • Benjamin Franklin on taxes
    by /u/fuckthestatemate on November 28, 2023 at 3:21 pm

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  • It’ll work
    by /u/fuckthestatemate on November 28, 2023 at 3:20 pm

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  • Has a sickness eaten its way deep into the American soul? - Murray Rothbard
    by /u/Jasko1111 on November 28, 2023 at 3:19 pm

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  • Tulsi Gabbard Turns On Her Supporters AGAIN
    by Keith Preston on November 28, 2023 at 3:19 pm

    Independent journalists are turning on Tulsi Gabbard in droves as she doubles down on Israel support, attacking journalists. **About the show The Kim Iversen Show is a fully independent program produced for your entertainment and information. The one hour show airs live M-F at 6pm PT/9pm ET at

  • Shooting Holes in Originalism
    by Keith Preston on November 28, 2023 at 3:09 pm

    Sponsored by Reaktion Books Duncan Hosie Bad Facts, Bad Law In a recent Supreme Court oral argument about disarming domestic abusers, originalism itself was put to the test. Ludwika Włodek Waiting for a New Poland Five weeks after the opposition won Poland’s legislative elections, its supporters are looking

  • Sam Altman’s new power
    by Keith Preston on November 28, 2023 at 3:07 pm

    November 26, 2023 • 4 min read with Nicholas Carlson Hello! I’m Nicholas Carlson, Insider’s global editor in chief, filling in again for Matt Turner. Welcome back to your Sunday roundup of Business Insider’s top stories of the week.   If you’re in the US, I hope you

  • An Excellent JFK Conference
    by Keith Preston on November 28, 2023 at 3:04 pm

    MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2023 A democratic government that respects no limits on its own power is a ticking time bomb, waiting to destroy the rights it was created to protect. – James Bovard, Attention Deficit Democracy [2006] HORNBERGER’S BLOG November 27, 2023 An Excellent JFK Conference Two weeks

  • Argentina’s Libertarian Revolution?, Anti-Migrant Dublin Riots, Michael Anton vs. Con Inc. (Round Two), Botswana’s Impressive Political Stability, Disappearing Cockneys
    by Keith Preston on November 28, 2023 at 3:03 pm

    Niccolo Soldo Nov 27, 2023 Every weekend (almost) I share five articles/essays/reports with you. I select these over the course of the week because they are either insightful, informative, interesting, important, or a combination of the above. Share Around the turn of the previous century, Italians seeking a

  • Rate-cut reality check
    by Keith Preston on November 28, 2023 at 3:01 pm

    November 27, 2023 • 5 min read with Dan DeFrancesco Welcome back! We’re fully in the holiday season, and I’ve got the perfect place. This year-round Christmas Airbnb is a dream destination for holiday fanatics.   Speaking of the holidays, today is Cyber Monday, so check out all

  • Teachers Conference Lecture Declares Math a ‘Tool of Oppression’
    by Keith Preston on November 28, 2023 at 3:00 pm

    November 27 2023 Teachers Conference Lecture Declares Math a ‘Tool of Oppression’ NEWS By Elizabeth Troutman Math can oppress students of color due to the inequitable system it was developed under, according to a slide presentation at the University of Oregon’s 2023 mathematics conference. More Pope Francis Forced

  • New Jersey Teacher Union Pushes for Scrapping Basic Skills Test Requirement, and more
    by Keith Preston on November 28, 2023 at 2:58 pm

    Jose Nino’s Digest Here are my most recent articles for you New Jersey Teacher Union Pushes for Scrapping Basic Skills Test Requirement Earlier this month, the New Jersey Education Association published a statement boasting about its goal to reduce the standards for prospective teachers and called on allies

  • Modular Nuclear Reactors Are Not the Future of Energy
    by Keith Preston on November 28, 2023 at 2:55 pm

    by Peter Zeihan on November 28, 2023 A while back, I talked about a few technologies I was most hopeful for – small modular nuclear reactors being one of those. Click below to watch that video… Understanding the Limits of Innovation Unfortunately, we’ll be drawing a line through

  • Instagram in crisis
    by Keith Preston on November 28, 2023 at 2:54 pm

    November 28, 2023 • 5 min read with Dan DeFrancesco Hi! The Golden Arches are getting a makeover! (Sort of.) McDonald’s has been tight-lipped with details about its new restaurant concept, CosMc’s. Here’s what we know so far. In today’s big story, we’re looking at why Instagram is

  • Cowardice Fuels Violent Mobs: How ‘Social Justice’ Brings Anti-Jewish Pogroms to New York City
    by Keith Preston on November 28, 2023 at 2:54 pm

    November 28 2023   Cowardice Fuels Violent Mobs: How ‘Social Justice’ Brings Anti-Jewish Pogroms to New York City COMMENTARY By Tony Kinnett Students vandalize a New York City school during a riot, threatening a Jewish teacher and ripping a water fountain off a wall, because the teacher went

  • Argentina’s US-Traded Stocks Jump, With YPF Up 30% on Milei Win
    by /u/Equivalent-Ice-7274 on November 28, 2023 at 2:52 pm

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  • No Justice in the South Hebron Hills
    by Keith Preston on November 28, 2023 at 2:51 pm

    “The fate of thousands of Palestinian shepherds and farmers on the West Bank looks grim,” writes David Shulman in the Review’s Holiday Issue. “Neither the government nor the army has done anything to stop rampaging Israeli settlers who are hell-bent on driving these people…off their lands.” Since the

  • War Is Not Abstracted Anymore
    by Keith Preston on November 28, 2023 at 2:50 pm

    Caitlin Johnstone Nov 28, 2023 Listen to a reading of this article (reading by Tim Foley): Pentagon contractor Elon Musk and war criminal Benjamin Netanyahu had a conversation that they broadcast on Twitter during Musk’s apology pilgrimage to Israel in a desperate bid to salvage his public image

  • Do you keep track of changes to open source projects you use?
    by /u/osantacruz on November 28, 2023 at 2:26 pm

    While OSS is often hailed amongst privacy enthusiasts for the transparency it provides, this can be more of a possibility than an actuality - while code audits and peer reviews are possible, one often trusts someone is actually doing them. In theory, one should trust, but verify. In practice, doing that for every OSS one uses, and moreover to every change to every software (and its dependencies!), is simply impossible. Even doing it for just a few projects can be mind boggling - I've recently started tracking releases of some OSS projects on GitHub, but changes would be all over the place and I knew too little about the projects. So I started tracking PRs where changes are smaller and more localized, and while this was fine for a project or two that I got to know more about, the more projects I tracked, the less I was actually able to keep track of. Of course one doesn't have to - and can't - keep tabs on everything, one trusts someone else is doing it, and should verify it. The amount of OSS projects and their dependencies being so large, it's impossible to verify even a small fraction of what one uses and depend on, and it's easy to see something slipping through the cracks... Anyway, just wanted to share some thoughts and understand how other people track changes to OSS they use - if they do it at all. On a side note, maybe a higher level approach is better - I've always liked the idea of monitoring one's network connections, back in the Windows XP days I'd use ZoneAlarm firewall which warned of any new applications making network requests or listening to them, nowadays I've grown fond of tcpdump for similar purposes on Linux. But this too can become mind boggling if you want to digest the content being sent over the wire... submitted by /u/osantacruz [link] [comments]

  • "We are restricting freedom…for the common good" - Irish Senator Pauline O'Reilly on Ireland’s “hate speech bill.” The bill "restricts freedom" and censors views about other people’s identities that make people feel "discomfort" and “insecure”
    by /u/chabanais on November 28, 2023 at 2:06 pm

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  • Bid to hold Trump accountable for Jan. 6 violence stalls at appeals court
    by /u/News-Flunky on November 28, 2023 at 2:05 pm

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  • ‘It’s alarming’: diary of killed Cop City activist to play role in Georgia lawsuit
    by /u/zsreport on November 28, 2023 at 2:01 pm

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  • simple guide for privacy
    by /u/qxlf on November 28, 2023 at 1:59 pm

    Side Node the original post i made got taken down by one of the moderator bots due to a lot of links to youtube videos for explanations. i deleted the links to videos so hopefully this guide will stay up. This is a guide that most people will (hopefully) find usefull. Content List in this guide i will cover the following things: Best Mobile (Ios and Android) Browser Best Pc browser (windows, mac and Linux) Best Email Best search Engine a guide on how to harden firefox a TL;DR (To Long, Didnt Read) section a question for help closing notes Edits section Browsers IOS on IOS, all browsers are basically the same. why is this? this is because Apple, the main devs behind IOS, force browsers to use Webkit. this makes all browsers act the same like Safari. so for ios, there really is no real reccomendation i can give, since all browsers are the same aside from Name and Logo. the one i can reccomend the most is brave. ​ Android For Android, there is a clear winner: Mull. Mull can be found on the Fdroid app and is hardened firefox but on your phone. it supports extentions, but not everything. the other best browser for android is Tor, but only use this for specific things. it isnt really reccomended for daily browsing. ​ PC PC browsers will focus more info and will be ranked in tiers: Extreme Spyware but wait, is there something like Extreme spyware? sadly, yes.this is the case for 2 browsers for 2 different reasons. we will first start with the most promoted one on youtube, Opera and its gaming variant OperaGX.Opera and its little brother OperaGX are both owned by a chinese company wich collects your data, logs your adress and more. its like tiktok, but in a browser form and everyone promoting it doenst know about the dark truth behind it. now onto the second browser in this tier, Firefox.i know that it sounds controversial right of the bat, but let me explain. if you dont change any settings on firefox, data will be collected and sent to both Mozilla and Google wich we dont want.thats the main reason why Firefox is here. Luckely, Firefox has an extremely good way to fix this wich we will discuss later. Spyware Google: do i really need to explain this one? Google is well known for their data harvesting and targeted adds. hell, its so famous there are even videos of people testing if google is listening to them for targeted adds.there is also Chromium, but i dont have experience with that so i cant judge on it, luckely there is another option wich is google but better wich we will discuss later. Microsoft Edge (and in the past Internet Explorer): the same story as google, but instead of sending your data to google its sent to Microsoft. Amazing Browsers DuckduckGo: wait, ddg is a browser? yes, it was a browser on mobile phones for a long time, released a beta for mac 2 years back and is now a standalone browser with their own search engine backed in.i have no experience with the browser, but i can still recomend it.there is 1 thing tho, there search engine was caught a year back for allowing microsoft trackers. i dont know if this has been changed since then, but still keep this in mind. Ungoogled Chromium: Chromium is the core of a lot of browsers like Google and Brave. but, ungoogle-ing it so there is no data sent to google makes this a pretty good browser. it still looks and feels like google, but without the data harvesting. updates may take a while, but its being done and can be found here (as of this moment, the last update was 2 weeks ago) Brave: i will say this right of the bat, this browser has alot of misinformation wich is being spread.there where rumors about data stealing, BAT script problems, tracking and more. luckely those where just that, rumors. Brave is a chromium based browser and is excelent for people that have been used to Google there look and feel. Brave has a build in tracker and add blocker wich makes it amazing out of the box (i still reccomend using Ublock tho). an excelent choice for a a last bit, Brave is funded by an add company, but there has no signs that im aware of that it impacts the privacy of Brave. Do note that Brave can be very GPU intensive depending on how many tabs are used and what there being used for. thanks Accomplished_Shoe for pointing this out Tied Second Place Browsers Librewolf: Librewolf is a firefox fork wich automatically hardens firefox for you. Librewolf uses a custom version of the Arkenfox Project to harden there browser.Librewolf is excelent for people who want hardened firefox, but dont know how to harden it / have issues with it.Hardened Firefox: Hardened firefox is (along with librewolf) are the tied second place best browsers.there are 3 populair scritps for firefox to harden it, depending on what you need. Easy mode: Betterfox. good privacy and good security. Advanced mode: Arkenfox, high privacy and high securityExpert mode. Narsils User Js, this disables almost all settings for the highest privacy and security. i will link the User.js files in the Hardening section. Tor and now, for the number one browser for privacy: Tor. Tor is based on Hardened firefox and has the best privacy a browser can give.Tor also comes with the added benefit of being able to access the Deep and Dark web, but if you want to do that be carefull. Best Email Best Email Proton: end to end encryption for both Proton and Non proton users. if you send a mail to someone who isnt using Proton, you can encrypt your mail with a password. Skiff: end to end encryption under skiff users. has 10gb storage for free, wich is more than the average private mail provider. Search Engine Best Search Engine Startpage: private search engine wich is now owned by an add company. luckely this hasnt changed anything about there amazing search engine. the results are like google, but better. SearX: personally, i dont reccomend this. why? you first need to connect to a server and once connected, you can freely search the web. the thing is, since you never really know who owns the server, what there intentions are and how much data is logged, its basically playing russian roulette. thats the reason im not using it. DuckDuckGo: No logs, auto delete cookies and history. Search terms are a bit different from most search engines, since it acts more strict. its important to mention that a year ago ddg was caught allowing trackers and adds from microsoft. i have no idea if this is now fixed or changed, but keep it in mind. How to harden FireFox before we can harden firefox, we first need to identify your needs. what do i mean? what do you want from hardening firefox? if you want maximum privacy and security, use Narsils js or use tor. want decent privacy and security, use Betterfox. for the best of both worlds, use Arkenfox. hardening your firefox also will change depending on your thread model. what is a thread model? a thread model is more or less your goals when it comes to being private and secure online. i reccomend watching a video from Eric Murphy on more info on a Thread Model. the video is called "Nobody understands online". he has amazing videos, tierlists for browsers and more. i can highly reccomend his channel for information and guides. found your thread model? good, now lets begin. download firefox along with the user.js wich fits your needs. here are the 3 most populair ones: Betterfox - Arkenfox - Narsils js - Note: some of the user.js files require reading like Arkenfox, do this to get a good understanding on how hardening works, features it has and how to change some. after installing firefox, open it and enter "about:profiles" in your search bar. click enter and you will be brought to a profile page.make a new profile and call it the same as your User.js (optional, but i prefer to do this. its also handy if you run multiple profiles with different user.js files). click "select as default" on your new profile and close firefox. restart firefox and delete the non used profile for ease of use. get your User.js file, copy paste it and navigate to %appdata% > roaming > mozilla > firefox > profiles > your profile you just made and paste your user js in here. great. now firefox has its user.js installed and its hardened.however, where not done yet. when installing your User.js, there could be an (or .bat if your on windows) script along with a (or .bat on windows) wich was also downloadable on the user.js file page. drop these 2 files (sh on linux and bat on windows, not both) in the same profile box as your user.js. the updater script will get the latest update from the github page of your user.js and update your current one. the prefs cleaner is to wipe all your firefox settings (i dont reccomend using this). ​ IMPORTANT NOTE: as KrazyKirby pointed out: oh no don't do this.. that's not how you're supposed to use it, and you could stuck with that value forever (which could break your browser or cause vulnerability)you're suppose to 1. copied all of arkenfox files to your profile directory 2. create user-override.js (name may be wrong, please check actual arkenfox how to) 3. run the arkenfox script 4. run the script again every time you updated firefox (also run pref cleaner every time) you may also need to read up arkenfox update to re-custom your override script tootl;dr DON'T JUST SHOVE user.js INTO YOUR PROFILE ​ now, since the browser likely wont fully function or has things that you want changed, you can make an user-override.js file where you can make a command list to change things inside your browser. do note, after making your overrides file and saving, you need to run your updater script, say start and then enter y if you want to do a preference cleaner afterwards or n if you want to keep your firefox settings. if your using Arkenfox or any of the other user.js files, some settings on restart of the browser will change. a couple can be fixed with the override file mentioned above, but there are a couple i have no fix for: these include setting your dns security to max protection with either NextDNS or a custom one and forcing firefox to always ask where your downloaded files need to be saved along with saving other files right under this option. TL;DR a summary of the results Browsers Brave for IOS Mull for Android Librewolf or Hardened FireFox for pc Mail proton skiff Search Engine Startpage SearX DuckDuckGo Hardened Firefox i cant really make this shorter, sadly. Small question for help if someone can help me change 2 or 3 settings with commands in my overrides file would be helpfull. Closing Notes thats the end of the guide, hopefully it was usefull. please feel free to correct me if i was wrong or give other reccomendations. if you need any more info or links, just ask and i will do my digging Edit List a list of eddits and dates to keep track of what changed from the original post. 28/11/2023 thanks to KrazyKirby i have an important note wich will also be placed in the hardening Firefox section Made an edit on the Brave information due to details shared by Accomplished_Shoe Thanks to 007008009010, Slashtab and Bettervanilla for giving the amazing ideas to make the guide more easy to use and navigate submitted by /u/qxlf [link] [comments]

  • Maryland State Police will continue enforcing the state's handgun law for now, despite a federal appeals court ruling that the licensing requirement is unconstitutional.
    by /u/StuFromSilverSpring on November 28, 2023 at 1:51 pm

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  • Pitfire Pizza required me to order through their site or app. For a pizza!
    by /u/monkeycrayons on November 28, 2023 at 1:50 pm

    Called the number, it would not pickup and pushed me to use the app or their site. Of course, the site is a third party vendor which handles ordering. Full of nope. Not doing that, going elsewhere. submitted by /u/monkeycrayons [link] [comments]

  • Average democracy supporter be like
    by /u/AbolishtheDraft on November 28, 2023 at 1:18 pm

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  • US Congressman says the quiet part out loud: "We need to invest in our military industrial complex"
    by /u/AbolishtheDraft on November 28, 2023 at 1:16 pm

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  • The Fed Is Draining Our Economy Like Farmers Have Drained Their Aquifers
    by /u/AbolishtheDraft on November 28, 2023 at 1:11 pm

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  • Democrats Ignore The First Amendment With Censorship Demand Letter To X
    by /u/Money_Masterpiece_50 on November 28, 2023 at 1:09 pm

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  • Sandy Hook families offer to settle Alex Jones' $1.5 billion legal debt for a minimum of $85 million
    by /u/lucerousb on November 28, 2023 at 1:01 pm

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  • Simone de Beauvoir, Hannah Arendt and Simone Weil all felt 'different' in the world – and changed the way we think
    by /u/RobinReborn on November 28, 2023 at 12:38 pm

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  • Schopenhauer’s dilemma of the prickly porcupine is his wistful parable on the fraughtness of human connection: in seeking intimacy, we inevitably push each other away. To overcome this, Schopenhauer suggests we should aim to cultivate a refined solitude.
    by /u/philosophybreak on November 28, 2023 at 12:29 pm

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  • Supreme Court will decide on First Amendment protections for social media
    by /u/--_-_o_-_-- on November 28, 2023 at 12:25 pm

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  • Missouri loses federal funding every year for refusing to comply with fair housing laws
    by /u/WhoIsJolyonWest on November 28, 2023 at 12:24 pm

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  • 'Height of injustice': New York judge vacates two wrongful murder convictions
    by /u/zsreport on November 28, 2023 at 12:22 pm

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  • US federal judge rules against Meta in privacy fight with FTC
    by /u/zsreport on November 28, 2023 at 12:21 pm

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  • My gym is forcing me to download their app to enter
    by /u/l_a_n_a on November 28, 2023 at 12:15 pm

    Up until now, I have been entering my gym with a physical card. They have recently started forcing users to create an account, download the gym's app and access the premises by scanning the QR code in the app. I don't want to create an account and download the app for data privacy reasons. I never agreed to this when signing up. I understand I may have to just to screenshot the code and delete the app afterwards, but I want to avoid that. I am wondering if this is legal as it feels quite coercive? Is there any governing body that regulates this type of coercive behaviour? Or a nonprofit I can turn to? I am wondering what my options are when more companies start mimicking this behaviour, as I have noticed this becoming a trend. I don't want any more apps and accounts. I am EU based. I hope this is the appropriate subreddit, any info is appreciated! Thank you 🙂 submitted by /u/l_a_n_a [link] [comments]

  • Data usage from another website
    by /u/Mate_David on November 28, 2023 at 12:13 pm

    I'm working on a web application, can I use data for it from another websites? I'm gathering big list of hobbies and there are some blogs (another websites) where there are provided a lot of them. Can I copy them exactly as they are? submitted by /u/Mate_David [link] [comments]

  • NRA claims Democrats are trying to kill its free speech
    by /u/--_-_o_-_-- on November 28, 2023 at 12:09 pm

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  • What analytics tools are actually privacy-respecting?
    by /u/Sad_Studio_2090 on November 28, 2023 at 12:03 pm

    So many analytics platforms seem to gather way too much data without consent. Which ones focus specifically on only collecting what's needed while prioritizing user privacy? submitted by /u/Sad_Studio_2090 [link] [comments]

  • Empiricism — the philosophy of Locke, Berkeley and Hume that argued knowledge was derived only from sensory experience (against Descartes’s Rationalists) and provided the philosophical foundation for the scientific method
    by /u/thelivingphilosophy on November 28, 2023 at 11:01 am

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  • I work in a product team in the publishing industry. Here's what the Chief Product Officer says about EU cookie consent notices...
    by /u/HyperMetalSonicY2K on November 28, 2023 at 9:53 am

    This is our cookie consent thing delivered by Sourcepoint. I don't understand why everything about it is fairly complicated. I've never really cared that much before. It is what it is. That's our cookie consent. You'll notice that I can either click "accept", which basically just says "I'll have all your cookies, I don't care" or "options". Let's click on "options". And then I get this [page of toggles and controls] and in here I can "reject all". But hardly anyone does that, because obviously hardly anybody clicks on manage your cookies, they just click on accept all because no one really cares apart from about two people and they've fucked the Internet for everyone else. That's apparently democracy or some shit like that. So the entire world just goes around clicking accept all, because [the people who care] are stupid. It's extremely serious potentially because if they force us to put a "reject all" on the first page, people will "reject all" and there goes potentially millions and millions of euros of programmatic advertising. And yeah, there's going to be some idiot in Editorial who goes "well, sites will be much better without ads". And I'd say "you'll be much better off with a job". So start to love the programmatic ads, because that's why we're profitable and are competitors are screwed. So 2024 is the year of loving ads. ​ submitted by /u/HyperMetalSonicY2K [link] [comments]

  • It is important to remember that moral relativism and tolerance are two different concepts. Moral relativism can be dangerous since it leads to moral paralysis and indifference
    by /u/pilotclairdelune on November 28, 2023 at 9:40 am

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  • noyb files GDPR complaint against Meta over “Pay or Okay”
    by /u/noyb_eu on November 28, 2023 at 9:04 am

    Today, noyb filed a complaint against Meta with the Austrian data protection authority. European users now have the “choice” to either consent to being tracked for personalized advertising – or pay up to €251.88 a year to retain their fundamental right to data protection on Instagram and Facebook. Not only is the cost unacceptable, but industry numbers suggest that only 3 percent of people want to be tracked – while more than 99 percent decide against a payment when faced with a “privacy fee”. If Meta gets away with this, competitors will soon follow in its footsteps. submitted by /u/noyb_eu [link] [comments]

  • Data leak
    by /u/skurkle55 on November 28, 2023 at 8:25 am

    used this site it got some hits on my accounts but on the password section it has that message "if you are being charged for access this data please notify" so my question is although my data has been compromised does that mean my passwords haven't or am I missing something? submitted by /u/skurkle55 [link] [comments]

  • College Park Public Library - First Amendment Audit - Atlanta, GA [Casey]
    by /u/Imnotracistyouaree on November 28, 2023 at 8:04 am

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  • Brave Sync ?
    by /u/Manankataria on November 28, 2023 at 7:31 am

    I have decided to try to degoogle slowly and hope to do so as much as possible by 2024 does everyone think Brave Sync might be suitable for bookmarks extensions and maybe tabs I have a work mac so I would like some sync to that ecosystem as well. submitted by /u/Manankataria [link] [comments]

  • Trump’s redacted motion for order regarding scope of prosecution team in DC election interference case
    by /u/shakeyshake1 on November 28, 2023 at 6:15 am

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  • Trump’s Motion to Compel Discovery in DC election interference case
    by /u/shakeyshake1 on November 28, 2023 at 6:11 am

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  • Optimal Firefox Privacy Setup - Share Your Configs and Add-ons!
    by /u/Stock_Song8239 on November 28, 2023 at 6:04 am

    Hey fellow privacy enthusiasts, I've recently delved into enhancing my Firefox browser for maximum privacy, and I've already got uBlock Origin installed, switched to DuckDuckGo as my default search engine, and tweaked some configurations based on suggestions I found here on Reddit. However, I'm eager to hear about additional settings, configs, and addons that you all recommend for further fortifying my privacy online. Here's what I've done so far: 1. **uBlock Origin:** Ensures a clean browsing experience by blocking unwanted ads and trackers. 2. **DuckDuckGo:** My go-to search engine for privacy-focused searches. 3. **About:config tweaks:** Implemented some changes I found on Reddit to enhance privacy. Now, I'm reaching out to the community for more suggestions. What are your favorite Firefox settings and configurations to tighten up privacy? Are there any must-have addons that you swear by? Feel free to share your insights and help build a comprehensive guide for anyone looking to bolster their online privacy with Firefox. Let's create a resource that can benefit everyone! Thanks in advance for your contributions! 🦊🔒 submitted by /u/Stock_Song8239 [link] [comments]

  • Requesting browser makers to NOT use blink
    by /u/ElizabethThomas44 on November 28, 2023 at 5:48 am

    Most Chrome alternatives like Vivladi, Opera, Brave are using Blink engine (Chromiums engine) instead of Gecko (Firefox) or others. This DOES help a lot avoiding the majority of Google issues. BUT: Blink is primarily developed by Google. So, the base is still Google. This is a big risk because when world wide POLICIES will be implemented such as jepgxl support etc. Blink will have a huge say. So they still can cause major issues to users. Bigger issue is MANY WEB DEVS will make only Blink compatible sites instead of supporting Gecko etc. Reason I make this statement now: Google is trying to bring in web standards while will cripple privacy drastically under the guise of anti-adblocker. Though they say the target is adblocker, the real target is users because a lot more of our private 'signatures' will get captured. Google will NOT allow its DRM (widevine) to be used in any browser unless every browser follows all the rules which Google dictates (point no. 1). So we might be starting at future with limited support (max 720p video) by Netflix, Prime etc on Mozilla Firefox. Hence, requesting all alternative browser makers to rely on non-google browser engines. submitted by /u/ElizabethThomas44 [link] [comments]

  • Civilian To Combatant Death Ratio In Gaza Higher Than Any War EVER
    by Keith Preston on November 28, 2023 at 5:29 am

    The IDF once again produced flimsy evidence to justify their reasons for shelling and bombing hospitals filled with sick and injured civilians. **About the show The Kim Iversen Show is a fully independent program produced for your entertainment and information. The one hour show airs live M-F at

  • Can evidentiary rulings be appealed before trial and verdict? How does it usually turn out?
    by /u/Blueplate1958 on November 28, 2023 at 4:59 am

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  • Which phone is renowned for being the most secure and virtually immune to hacking attempts?
    by /u/panx_s on November 28, 2023 at 4:40 am

    My iPhone was remotely hacked, posing a serious threat to my safety. I need a phone highly resistant to remote hacking due to well-funded adversaries. Physical access vulnerability is acceptable. Once acquired, I'll use a new, untraceable SIM for secure communication with family. submitted by /u/panx_s [link] [comments]

  • Tesla Sues Swedish Government and Postal Service Over License Plate
    by /u/Abject-Worker-6474 on November 28, 2023 at 4:01 am

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  • High Losses, Political Infighting, Blocked Borders
    by No Author on November 28, 2023 at 4:01 am

    How many losses did the Ukrainian army have in its war against Russia. We, so far, did not have any answer to that. The Ukrainian military has given no realistic account of its own losses while its claims of Russian losses are obviously exaggerated. The Russia military is likewise giving no numbers for its own losses. But its daily reports give estimates of Ukrainian ones. These are currently around 650 per day plus/minus 200 depending on the intensity of the fighting. Some western observers, foremost retired Colonel Macgregor, say that Ukraine’s unrecoverable losses have exceeded 400,000 men. But he does … Continue reading → The post High Losses, Political Infighting, Blocked Borders appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • Separate Tech and State
    by Ron Paul, MD on November 28, 2023 at 4:01 am

    Some libertarians dismiss concerns over social media companies’ suppression of news and opinions that contradict select agendas by pointing out that these platforms are private companies, not part of the government. There are two problems with this argument. First, there is nothing unlibertarian about criticizing private businesses or using peaceful and voluntary means, such as boycotts, to persuade businesses to change their practices. The second and most significant reason the “they are private companies” argument does not hold water is the tech companies’ censorship has often been done at the “request” of government officials. The extent of government involvement with … Continue reading → The post Separate Tech and State appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • A Bike for the Ages
    by No Author on November 28, 2023 at 4:01 am

    On weekends, my neighborhood is part of a popular cycling route—think spandex, fancy bikes, and speed. It attracts pelotons and pairs who enjoy racing downhill through the quieter neighborhoods of our congested city, oblivious to both dogs and deer who could suddenly turn such cyclists into quadriplegics. These riders elicit a mix of annoyance and anxiety, although I must admire their bravery—or maybe it’s foolhardiness. I was a bit of a “cyclist” myself for a few years; for my last two years of college, I covered much of Auburn, Alabama with my heavy-framed mountain bike. I rode it to class … Continue reading → The post A Bike for the Ages appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • ‘Faith’ in the Human Race and its Governments: What a Confused State of Mind Is This?
    by Gary D. Barnett on November 28, 2023 at 4:01 am

    “… faith is believing and hoping when there is little evidence for or against something. Delusion is believing when there is an abundance of evidence against something.” ~ Jeremy Runnells, Letter To A CES Director Stanley Milgram began his famous obedience experiment 62 years ago, and based on that experiment, he stated that 80% of the population do not have the psychological or moral resources to defy an ‘authority’s’ order, no matter how illegitimate the order is. (All orders are illegitimate) Therefore, only 20% have critical thinking capacity, and this explains a lot. This experiment was done in the early 60s, so … Continue reading → The post ‘Faith’ in the Human Race and its Governments: What a Confused State of Mind Is This? appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • General Milley Admits To Treason Violating the Constitution for the NWO
    by No Author on November 28, 2023 at 4:01 am

    Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 24:26 — 22.6MB) Subscribe: Google Podcasts | Android | RSS | More General Milley clearly violated the chain of command, committed a coup, and should be charged with treason. DISCLAIMER: Views and opinions expressed on The Ben Armstrong Show are solely those of the host and do not necessarily represent those of The New American. TNA is not responsible for, and does not verify the accuracy of, any information presented. Video Sources: Bannon’s War Room – Steve Bannon Obliterates General Milley  Connect with TNA Video Rumble YouMaker Facebook Instagram Tiktok Brighteon Odysee Bitchute MeWe Twitter This originally appeared on The New American. The post General Milley Admits To Treason Violating the Constitution for the NWO appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • The Elephant in the Room: The Oreos Are Poisoned
    by No Author on November 28, 2023 at 4:01 am

    In a recent depiction the blatant and unusual type of lying that politicians and government officials are now engaging in, Tucker Carlson described a child lying when asked if they ate the Oreos. The child would typically deny eating the Oreos at first, but when busted, finally admit to it. In the case of our politicians and elected officials, imagine that child looking you straight in the eye, and saying, “You ate the Oreos!” This is of course a dead on the nose description of the psychological projections politicians and government officials are engaging in. If they engage in racism, they accuse … Continue reading → The post The Elephant in the Room: The Oreos Are Poisoned appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • An Alt Christmas Carol
    by James Howard Kunstler on November 28, 2023 at 4:01 am

    “You can start being normal and stop being unhinged anytime you want. Try it. I dare you.” — Aimee Terese on X The White House, Christmas Eve, 2023. Imagine the painfully lugubrious scene…. “Joe Biden” rattles around in the upstairs “residence” like a BB in a packing crate. Nobody is around besides a few secret service agents, so still at their posts they might as well be statuary. The Big Guy is all alone. His spouse, Dr. Jill, had enough of pretend caretaking quite a while ago, and flew off to Oprah’s place in Santa Barbara for counseling and commiseration. … Continue reading → The post An Alt Christmas Carol appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • How Glycine Fights Viruses
    by Dr. Joseph Mercola on November 28, 2023 at 4:01 am

    Collagen accounts for about 30% of the total protein in your body; 28% of collagen, in turn, is made up of glycine, and it is the amino acid with the highest concentration in collagen.1 It is a mildly sweet amino acid that can also be used as a sugar substitute. Glycine, proline and hydroxyproline2 are the raw materials for connective tissue, but the benefits of glycine go far beyond connective tissue health. For example, glycine: • Has potent anti-inflammatory effects, in part by inhibiting activation of immune cells and suppressing the production of proinflammatory cytokines, and in part by inhibiting the consumption of … Continue reading → The post How Glycine Fights Viruses appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • Say Goodbye to the Middle Class
    by Michael Snyder on November 28, 2023 at 4:01 am

    If you are wondering why so many Americans are stressed about their finances these days, just look at the numbers.  The Social Security Administration just released national wage statistics for 2022, and the figures that they have given us do not paint a pretty picture at all.  In particular, we should all be deeply alarmed that the median wage earner brought home just $40,847.18 last year.  That breaks down to about $3,400 a month, and that is before taxes.  Needless to say, you cannot live a middle class lifestyle in America today on just $3,400 a month before taxes.  So … Continue reading → The post Say Goodbye to the Middle Class appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • ‘Hyperprogressive’ Cancers Due to Covid Vaccine-Caused IgG4 Antibodies
    by No Author on November 28, 2023 at 4:01 am

    SUMMARY: mRNA COVID vaccines, previously not used outside of small laboratory animal studies, were given to billions of people after perfunctory and rushed clinical trials. As scientists learned in 2022, mRNA vaccines cause a ‘class switch’ to IgG4 antibodies. Another study found that this specific antibody subclass is associated with more aggressive cancer growth and causes hyperprogressive cancer disease in mice and humans. A while ago, this blog explored a unique, rare class of antibodies called IgG4, caused by repeat injections of mRNA COVID vaccines. These IgG4 antibodies are usually created in response to persistent irritants such as worms. Unfortunately, repeat injections of mRNA Covid vaccine are perceived by our … Continue reading → The post ‘Hyperprogressive’ Cancers Due to Covid Vaccine-Caused IgG4 Antibodies appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • Vander Plaats Endorsement of DeSantis Over Trump
    by No Author on November 28, 2023 at 4:01 am

    THE POLITICS OF RELIGION What happens when a Pastor loses perspective of his role in the church?   What happens when a Pastor begins to see himself within the frame of Power instead of shepherd?  What happens when a Pastor becomes a church’s politician?  What happens when Pastors are led astray by a Snake?  What happens is the Pastor is no longer a Pastor – but instead sees himself above the congregation instead of ‘beside it’. Billed as an influential Evangelical leader, Bob Vander Plaats is the CEO of The Family Leader.  He recently endorsed DeSantis for president after DeSantis’ campaign … Continue reading → The post Vander Plaats Endorsement of DeSantis Over Trump appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • Gaza and the Anti-Semitism Hoax
    by Ron Unz on November 28, 2023 at 4:01 am

    Over 14,000 Gazans have died from the relentless Israeli bombardment of the last few weeks, two-thirds of them women and children and almost none of them members of Hamas. That total represents the official figures of identified bodies, and with most of the local medical system destroyed and so many thousands more missing, buried under the rubble of the tens of thousands of demolished buildings, the true death toll probably already exceeds 20,000. We are certainly witnessing the greatest televised slaughter of helpless civilians in the history of the world, with nothing even remotely comparable coming to mind. Over the last two … Continue reading → The post Gaza and the Anti-Semitism Hoax appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • Turnabout
    by /u/Anen-o-me on November 28, 2023 at 3:54 am

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  • Chris Hedges ~ The Greatest Evil is War
    by Keith Preston on November 28, 2023 at 3:38 am

    Pulitzer-prize-winning author Chris Hedges discusses his new book, The Greatest Evil is War. THE GREATEST EVIL IS WAR is an unflinching indictment of the horror and obscenity of war by one of our finest war correspondents. The book is available from Banyen:… “Chris Hedges has compiled a

  • PAY ATTENTION! UNESCO's Orwellian Plan to Censor Free Speech is REAL | Redacted w Clayton Morris
    by /u/casapulapula on November 28, 2023 at 2:48 am

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  • Sandy Hook families offer Alex Jones deal to pay 6 percent of $1.5B he owes to get out of bankruptcy
    by /u/joeshill on November 28, 2023 at 2:26 am

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  • Despite Supreme Court ruling, DeSantis lawyers again seek to have anti-drag show law take effect
    by /u/justin_quinnn on November 28, 2023 at 1:32 am

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  • Who’s Buying Nebraska? After shopping spree, Mormon church is top land purchaser
    by /u/Chino_Blanco on November 28, 2023 at 1:17 am

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  • This is definitely one of those "you chose the wrong car" situations.
    by /u/AbolishtheDraft on November 28, 2023 at 12:36 am

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  • A growing series of alarms blaring in federal courtrooms, less than a year before 2024 presidential election
    by /u/Lawmonger on November 27, 2023 at 11:43 pm

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  • What is no-fault divorce, and why do some conservatives want to get rid of it?
    by /u/zsreport on November 27, 2023 at 11:40 pm

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  • Roommates sue Maryland county over death of pet dog shot by police
    by /u/esporx on November 27, 2023 at 11:36 pm

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