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About NYrepublican

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    NYC style Republican

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    NY state
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    Politics,computers,programming,video games,Hearts of Iron 3,Republican Party
    Formerly known as republicaninnyc

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  1. Severe game slowdown since last update

    What are the PC specs? I'd recommend trying to reinstall it.
  2. The resistance game

    I just uploaded the source code to Github look under the Command-line branch in the project. @ThePotatoWalrus @WVProgressive @vcczar @Patine @Rodja @Conservative Elector 2 @Caprice @RI Democrat @LokiLoki22
  3. Severe game slowdown since last update

    Depending on the age of your computer the meltdown and spectre patches may have seriously slowed down your PC (due to the fact that the exploits exploit features used to make things faster). Has the PC in general slowed down since or it just PI?
  4. The resistance game

    we'll see, I just made a GitHub repository for the game. https://github.com/ZacharyNY/Resist.git I have yet to upload anything to the repository, if you want to contribute anything feel free to do so.
  5. Severe game slowdown since last update

    Are you sure it's not related to security updates? I have had no such problem
  6. Updated 2020 Election is Here

    Yes and not many polls were taken before the election and he was ahead by 5 points nationally not 40.
  7. Updated 2020 Election is Here

    I just don't see Cynthia Nixon winning or even being significant after the primary judging by the latest poll numbers. Poll source Date(s) administered Sample size Margin of error Andrew Cuomo Cynthia Nixon Other Undecided Siena College April 8–12, 2018 – – 58% 27% 5% 11% Marist College April 3–9, 2018 364 6.0% 68% 21% – 11% Remington Research Group (R-Big Dog Strategies) April 7–8, 2018 2,038 2.2% 60% 20% – 19% Siena College March 11–16, 2018 363 4.0% 66% 19% 1% 9%
  8. RIP Barbara Bush

    RIP. She was a good first lady.
  9. Online Privacy regulations

    Well in testimony Zuckerberg said Facebook was a publisher so make what you will from that.
  10. Syria

    1.True but people only actually follow de facto law and not neccessarily de jure law 2.To test how committed he is to isolationism after his statement on withdrawing from Syria. 3.To knock out Assads chemical weapons capabilities.
  11. The resistance game

    Will probably download them soon,especially since I'm a fan of FOSS (Free Open Source Software). I will probably be open-sourcing the game soon.
  12. Who is more trustworthy: Trump vs. Comey

    The president excercised his executive authority which is in no way on iffy grounds regardless of what he may have or may not have been investigating.
  13. Favorite Underrated American Political Figures

    On the topic of people being dumb I found this comment on a video on a Wannacry.
  14. Favorite Underrated American Political Figures

    Considering 83% failed a basic history test not too long ago that's unsuprising, here's some key points • More Americans could identify Michael Jackson as the composer of "Beat It" and "Billie Jean" than could identify the Bill of Rights as a body of amendments to the Constitution. • More than 50 percent of respondents attributed the quote "From each according to his ability to each according to his needs" to either Thomas Paine, George Washington or President Obama. The quote is from Karl Marx, author of "The Communist Manifesto." • More than a third did not know the century in which the American Revolution took place, and half of respondents believed that either the Civil War, the Emancipation Proclamation or the War of 1812 occurred before the American Revolution. • With a political movement now claiming the mantle of the Revolutionary-era Tea Party, more than half of respondents misidentified the outcome of the 18th-century agitation as a repeal of taxes, rather than as a key mobilization of popular resistance to British colonial rule. • A third mistakenly believed that the Bill of Rights does not guarantee a right to a trial by jury, while 40 percent mistakenly thought that it did secure the right to vote. • More than half misidentified the system of government established in the Constitution as a direct democracy, rather than a republic-a question that must be answered correctly by immigrants qualifying for U.S. citizenship. This actually causes issues oftentimes with people who didn't know they have the right to refuse a warrantless search (though if you grant permission it's fair game in the US).
  15. Favorite Underrated American Political Figures

    I only know about her because of a youtube video I stumbled across. I've never seen insomuch as one textbook mention her.
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