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Criminal charges ARE on the table in Alec Baldwin shooting case, say prosecutors - as it emerges crew were using actor's gun to shoot cans with live ammo just HOURS before tragic death on set Criminal charges are on the table in fatal accidental shooting by actor Alec Baldwin on set of a western film Legal documents revealed Baldwin was pointing gu…
 
Philosopher Stefan Molyneux advances the radical notion that narcissism may have aspects of a philosophical disorder – to reject the evidence of the senses is to reject the evidence of other human beings, and end up focusing mostly, if not solely, on your own internal experiences. www.freedomain.comDi Stefan Molyneux
 
Philosopher Stefan Molyneux rebuts an argument against his secular theory of ethics called Universally Preferable Behaviour - and engages in a deep and ferocious argument with a listener about the validity of the senses, and the relationship between quantum physics and philosophical morality. www.freedomain.com…
 
Horrifying new revelations are emerging from the fatal shooting on the set of Alec Baldwin's latest movie... ACCIDENTS ARE RARELY ACCIDENTS! Crew member in charge of prop gun that killed cinematographer was a 'replacement brought in after workers walked off set of Rust' following row about conditions and 'two misfires' days before tragedy: Alec Bal…
 
Horrifying new revelations are emerging from the fatal shooting on the set of Alec Baldwin's latest movie... ACCIDENTS ARE RARELY ACCIDENTS! 'I wasn't sure if I was ready': The 24-year-old armorer who had doubts before being put in charge of guns on Alec Baldwin film set where he shot cinematographer dead - after some crew walked out over safety Ar…
 
Philosopher Stefan Molyneux - who started helping people understand Bitcoin over 10 years ago - tells you why exchange traded fund are SO ESSENTIAL to the acceptable, spread and value of bitcoin! NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE, DO NOT BUY OR SELL ANYTHING BASED ON THE INFORMATION IN THIS VIDEO, DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH AND MAKE YOUR OWN DECISIONS! www.freedomai…
 
Hi Stefan, I am a stay at home mom to a 3 1/2 year old girl. I have a wonderfully supportive husband and a daughter that is smart, loving and very challenging to me. I'm writing to you after having a fit of rage where I find myself saying 'I don't want to be a mother anymore.' Even typing these words I start to feel immense sadness and cry because …
 
www.freedomain.com Hi Stefan, This is the most difficult message I have ever had to write, but after being a listener of yours for 4 years now I finally have to accept that there is both continuity and a cause to the endless failures that seem to shape my life thus far. I have an ACE score of 7, although I do believe that special consideration shou…
 
www.freedomain.com Dear Stefan I'm writing this email because I really would like to talk to you. I'm in a big life changing situation but I believe there are still past ghosts that are holding me back. I was raised by my grandmother who has been abusive to me since the age of 3. I wasn't alone in the household I live with my older sister. My mom h…
 
Chapter 99 The siren jolted Tom from sleep. His body twisted on his little cot. His brain was scalded with exhaustion. He flew ten, twelve, fourteen hours a day. He closed his eyes at night, and saw his trembling windshield, felt the shaking of his seat as he opened fire, jerked his head involuntarily as his bullets chewed bits of metal off Nazi ae…
 
Chapter 92 Ruth was not by nature a confrontational person, and she agonized over her decision to confront her husband for over a week. It was, for her – and quite literally – the worst thing in the world. Something about demanding something from him – enforcing her will – made her feel as if she were hanging from a frayed rope over an endless chas…
 
Chapter 84 Ruth vomited, the precious scrap of paper clutched in her fist. She did not keep quiet. She did not hold her hair back. Her customary terror of germs was gone. She was an animal trying to purge a poison. When she had returned with Catherine from Uxbridge’s little room, she had been struck down by a terrible suspicion. She was no stranger…
 
BOOK THREE Chapter 81 Runciman was almost too much for Reginald to bear. Cuthbert had had his faults, but had been able to rouse himself to some sort of passion about British interests and international affairs. Runciman was almost to urbane to draw breath. He smoked endlessly, through a long black cigarette holder. He had lazy eyes, a long nose an…
 
Chapter 75 Tom had never seen such joy, and it was a terrible thing to behold. Even the German troops were taken aback. Crowds of men, women and children lined the streets, screaming themselves hoarse. Shimmering clouds of flower petals rained down on the armed columns, like unicoloured butterflies. He was watching the parade from the balcony of th…
 
Chapter 70 A child can go down, into the depths of parental numbness. It doesn’t matter how old the child is, or the parent. The umbilical is sometimes a lifeline, thrown to the future, with which a mother can hope to haul herself up the well of her own dying. And children can so rarely tear themselves from around that well. A parent present, but a…
 
Chapter 68 Klaus was astounded at the amount of human energy that can be released by pushing all conflicts into the unconscious. He was an educated man; he knew that the Nazis represented a radical break with European traditions – but then, Germany had never really been a part of Europe anyway. That Europe. The Europe he had studied in England. The…
 
Chapter 63 In October 1935, Mussolini’s Grand Army crossed the border into Abyssinia. This land had been independent since the days of King Solomon. It was the only African country to successfully resist European invasion in the nineteenth century. The Italians had modern aeroplanes, tanks and flame-throwers. The Abyssinians had war-drums, camels a…
 
Tom Returns The size of the crowd was completely unbelievable. Tom had never seen even a tenth of the number in any single place. Tens of thousands of people milled, surged, boiled and cascaded down streets like broken rivers. They changed directions madly, contradictorily, but in strangely consistent patterns, like the flights of small birds in hi…
 
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