Do illegal immigrants get benefits?
>The Social Security Administration estimates that half to three-quarters of undocumented immigrants pay federal, state and local taxes, including $6 billion to $7 billion in Social Security taxes for benefits they will never get. They can receive schooling and emergency medical care, but not welfare or food stamps.
>mfw I don't give a fuck who is president. All presidents are the same every 4 years
I just want to smoke my weed and left the fuck alone. I live homeless in my car and use free wifi from local shops. I take showers at the gym and I work minimum wage. I will then go chill with friends and have no stress in my life. Life is good. There is nothing going on in the world. You are all just paranoid fucks.
How will /pol/ celebrate when this old lizard fuck dies?
If you deny the holocaust does that make you anti-semitic?
Londoners turn on LBC right now and prepare to rage
>posts memes instead of thought-out compelling arguments
And this is why we can't have proper discussion on /pol/.
Why won't Americans recognize the war crimes commited by their soldiers during WW2, Irak, etc.?
Why is /pol/ so behind the times on gay marriage? Gay marriage already won, a majority of Americans support it.
Even shitholes like Mexico and Colombia allow it now.
Should Viking movies be allowed? I mean I am pretty offended as a Celt. My ancestors were beaten, raped, and tortured by Vikings. Over 6 million Celts were murdered in the raids against Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and England. I don't think Nordic supremacy belongs in 2016. What do you guys think?
/sci/ should be higher than /g/. Whole graph is misinformation
>Sen. Rand Paul wants to use a defense policy bill to force the Senate to wade into a larger fight over declassifying 28 pages from a 2002 review of the 9/11 terror attacks.
>The Kentucky Republican has filed an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to force the public release of the 28 secret pages, which could shed light on connections between the Saudi government and al Qaeda.
>Paul's amendment comes weeks after the Senate unanimously approved legislation allowing the families of 9/11 victims to sue countries that supported perpetrators of the terrorist attacks.
>While the White House is threatening to veto the bill, senators largely brushed aside any concern that the legislation could antagonize the U.S.-Saudi relationship.
>“Look, if the Saudis did not participate in this terrorism, they have nothing to fear about going to court,” Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.), expected to be the next Senate Democratic leader, said earlier this month. “If they did, they should be held accountable.”
>The pages were left out of the 2002 review, allegedly because they showed that senior officials within Saudi Arabia were complicit in the attacks.
>Obama is under increasing pressure to declassify the 28 pages. A decision is expected in June.
>Paul's amendment would require that the pages be released within 60 days of the NDAA being signed into law, something that isn't expected until this fall.
>His amendment would allow Obama to keep secret any names or "identifying information" if the release would create "imminent lawless action or compromise presently ongoing national security operations."
also on infowars
Keep up the good fight Randle. You were the president we needed but not the one we deserved.
How important is political ideologies in a potential match for you?
>A Florida judge on Wednesday denied Gawker Media’s motion for a new trial in the Hulk Hogan sex-tape case, as reports surfaced that a Silicon Valley billionaire has helped finance the professional wrestler’s lawsuit.
>Judge Pamela Campbell on Wednesday also upheld the jury’s $140 million award. Gawker is appealing the verdict.
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