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  • [31] March 30, 2016 at 7:19am

    Actually, the “gun show loophole” really isn’t. As it happens, people may go into a gun show and buy a firearm without a background check. However, this is only done through private sales, not dealer (licensee) sales.

    The fact is, it doesn’t matter if it is in a gun show, or back yard, or police station parking lot. Every private firearm owner is allowed to sell a firearm to another individual without performing a background check or the 4473 paperwork.

    Of course, there may be state or local laws that are different. And the private firearm seller must be sure the buyer isn’t restricted from purchasing a firearm. But the bottom line is Americans are allowed to buy and sell firearms without government oversight, unless one is a licensed dealer.

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  • [13] March 1, 2016 at 11:22am


    “and I’m just pointing out that kids living in homes with guns are also homes where the majority of deaths by kids killing other kids with guns happen.”

    You are mistaken.

    According to FBI and CDC 2012 statistics, only 5% of unintentional child deaths were due to kids living in homes with guns, which does not make a majority. The majority of child deaths are due to gang related violence which occurred outside the home, and while tragic, I don’t consider suicides as unintentional firearm death as it is premeditated and acted upon for that specific outcome.

  • [18] March 1, 2016 at 11:14am

    And do you know how many children that is?

    According to FBI and CDC crime statistics for 2012 (look it up):

    411 children (age 14 and under) died from gunfire in all of 2012.
    69% were due to gang related violence
    26% are suicides

    This leaves only 94 unintentional child deaths for the entire year of 2012. Yes, 94 too many, but in perspective:

    1,446 children die per year in transportation accidents.

    Parental neglect and abuse account for 80% of all child deaths (1,274) which dwarfs gun deaths.

    1,917 children die each day from malaria around the world and 15 men, women, and children per day are murdered by a convicted felon in government supervised parole/probation programs in the U.S.

    All of this data is available for your own research online with the FBI and CDC statistics.

    And not once did any of the statistics mention the ownership of the firearm, thus, while quite possibly true, your statement is absolutely unsubstantiated.

  • [1] January 20, 2016 at 8:23am


    Yes, harsh, but in a truly free America, should be allowed. Let the people decide if they want to do business with racist bastages, for example. If I were to approach a restaurant that had a “No Blacks Allowed” sign in their window, I would think to myself, good for them, and then proceed to go elsewhere to spend my money.

  • [-1] January 20, 2016 at 7:57am

    You should try KeePass, it’s free and unlimited.

  • [-4] October 1, 2015 at 7:42am

    Great, just what we need. Another BLM president that’s also anti-gun and anti-cops. No thank you.

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  • [29] September 30, 2015 at 1:27pm

    Why bother reaching out to the white house for a response? Unless there is actual irrefutable proof of said “suggestion”, they will simply deny it. If there IS proof? They will simply lie about it.

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  • September 30, 2015 at 12:39pm

    @Sargeking; Oh, and by the way, as for higher education, how about nuclear engineering, electrical engineering, controls and industrial engineering, and a computer science minor?

    And no, I don’t really care what “higher level” you rose up to, as I didn’t even try to comment on your education or lack thereof without knowing anything about you. But congratulations. Good for you.

    And apparently, since you haven’t responded, that must have “quieted you down”? As you said?

  • [21] September 30, 2015 at 12:30pm

    At the very least she should also be charged with illegally carrying a concealed hand gun,under the influence while in possession of a handgun, as well as illegal possession of a hand gun.

  • September 30, 2015 at 11:00am

    @Sargeking; I’m intrigued as to how you know what history I know and don’t know, considering you do not know me in the least. For all you know, I’m a history professor. I’m not, nor do I claim to be. However, I have always studied history. I find it fascinating. And I study history from source documents. Not the bs progressive history they want us to learn.

    That said, no, you did not quiet me down. As it happens, I have a real job, and a life, unlike progressive trolls on this site. In addition, theblaze does not make replies known (there is no follow function on a thread one posts in), so in order to even know you replied to me, I have to take the time to go into my history and look for them, which I rarely do since I have more important things to do than to respond to progressive trolls.

    That said, most of your posts seem to me that you are a conservative, so I’m not really sure why you are attacking me with bs statements anyway.

    So, you should likely try and “get a grip” yourself, since you were responding to me without a clue as to what you were responding.

  • [4] September 30, 2015 at 10:23am

    Would be much better if they ask all these supporters about Hillary’s policies, letting them believe that they are trumps first… When they spout off about how they hate all these policies, THEN tell them they are actually Hillary’s policies. (I did that with Obama and you should have seen their wide eyes when I told them they were actually obamas policies. Unfortunately the morons still voted for him anyway).

  • [15] September 29, 2015 at 11:42am

    This kid takes a suitcase with a bunch of wires and electronics, and a count down timer, into school and becomes the greatest thing since sliced bread. In the meantime MY 8 year old son gets suspended for pointing with his index finger while his thumb was pointed up.

  • [5] September 28, 2015 at 12:26pm

    Then explain how they made it so…

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  • September 28, 2015 at 11:04am

    Hows that “war on poverty” in our own country doing, eh? Cant we concentrate on US first? Maybe the rest of the world later, after we get ourselves straightened out, to those countries that actually want our help and not just our money?

  • [2] September 28, 2015 at 9:58am


    First, in todays day and age (twitter, yelp, word of mouth, etc.) having a sign is irrelevant. However, I agree they should post a sign if they decide “No Shirt, No Shoes, No service” (by the way, next will be the nudists demanding and suing for service in any establishment – Don’t think so? Isn’t nudism legal in San Fransisco? Even when eating at a restaurant?) And yes, leave it to the people whether or not they want to do business there.

    No, they are not violating any “Rights”. They may, however, be violating LAWS. Laws are NOT rights, nor is there any provision for gay “rights” in any constitution. For the record, many of those bakers HAVE refused service to straight people, if, for example, they wanted a wedding cake for a satanic wedding ritual. But the satanists simply went elsewhere for their cake. This is where laws and rights are different. A Law is enacted by the government, be it federal, state or local. Federal laws outside of the confines of the US Constitution are, by definition, unconstitutional and should be left to the states. And so on down the line to the local level. That is the way our representative republic is supposed to work, in order to ensure EVERYBODY’S freedoms. If the public wants things a certain way, they pass laws. But constitutional rights are entirely different

    Also, just because a business serves the “public” does not make it a Public entity. It still is a PRIVATE business. Unless, of course, it accepts taxpayer money in any way.

  • [1] September 28, 2015 at 8:43am

    I don’t think many agree that those in a public (read Government) position should be allowed to deny services. Government employees with religious objections DO have the right to find another job to which they can justify their moral and religious objections, just the same as any employee of any company public or private has the right to quit their job and obtain another that aligns with their work ethics or whatever.

    However, that does not mean that private companies, not run by the government, should be forced to do anything they choose not to do. For example, while I may believe it is reprehensible to refuse service to minorities or Christians or homosexuals or whatever, I do believe private companies and business owners have every right to do so. I would not, however, spend a single penny in that establishment should that be the case.

    But, government employees, getting paid by the taxpayer, must give equal service to any and all citizens, and are free to find another job if they don’t like it.

  • [1] September 28, 2015 at 8:33am

    Please explain exactly what “rights” are violated when a christian baker chooses not to bake a cake for a homosexual wedding? Where exactly does that “right” of the homosexual appear in the constitution?

    Also, explain what “right” the clerk has as a government employee to deny service by the government? You may quote the 1st amendment, however, that employee is NOT being forced to provide that service. S(he) has every right to quit that job and find another within his/her moral guidelines. Now, if that employee was forced to provide that service, chained to her desk, ordered at gunpoint to provide that service, yes, that would be unconstitutional.

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  • [3] September 23, 2015 at 10:16am

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  • [2] September 22, 2015 at 2:28pm

    Stop. There is no such thing as “separation of church and state”. Perhaps you need to gain knowledge of our constitution as well.

    The first amendment simply states (among other things) that Congress shall make no law establishing a religion nor preventing the free practice thereof. In actuality, all laws preventing the practice of religion, even in schools and on public/government property, IS against the constitution.

    That said, I do not believe schools nor any government agency should bend over backward and kiss the butts of any one group of people. All people should be equal in the eyes of government. No special treatment. The government (and school systems) have established holidays. If you want to take your kids out of school with an excused absence for a special holiday of any kind, so be it. But do not force it on any other person.

  • [1] September 21, 2015 at 12:46pm

    And how are we going to combat climate change? By creating millions of clean energy jobs and millions of new jobs and businesses that will help us combat climate change and put Americans back to work,” she said.

    Hmmm… you mean like the Trillions of American tax payer dollars that were given to all the clean energy companies by the Obama administration? All those companies that months later went bankrupt? The all of 3 jobs that MAY hae been created for the trillions spent? Creating new jobs like that Hillary?

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