User Profile: Aldaris


Member Since: October 27, 2012


  • [27] November 26, 2015 at 1:33pm

    The issue that I have isn’t about the gender-but are you telling me he had identification to match hers? (ID with matching names etc).

    Seriously TSA is worthless. Can’t even match the name on the ticket/boarding pass with the ID handed to you.

    Having traveled through salt lake many times I have never once been able to get past the security checkpoint without my drivers license. This is idiotic.

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  • [6] November 24, 2015 at 11:20am

    I’m not sure he’s escalating the events, but Putin has a free pass to do what he wants with Obama in power (or lack thereof; he wouldn’t do much, after all this just plays to his anti-colonialism and equalizing the world by bringing America down). I wouldn’t be surprised to see Russia quench the ISIS fire in Syria, and turn the world against US opinion and become the lone superpower in the world.
    These back door Obama/Clinton deals to supply opposition to certain regimes isn’t going to win anyone over when it’s ‘our’ guns that are the cause of all the chaos.

  • [15] November 19, 2015 at 7:21pm

    Wow… Not at all who I thought…

    Mia has some lost a lot of support in Utah, probably a one term rep.

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  • [12] November 19, 2015 at 2:20am

    I doubt they’re dumb enough to be both the scouting/observation team and the operation team. If indeed that was what was going on.

    The fact that they won’t ‘confirm nor deny’ is more troublesome, if they want vigilance they need to communicate. Remember the Boston Marathon, they needed the civilian public to help identify the suspects.

  • [3] November 18, 2015 at 10:57am

    Looks like the two pound bomb Russia said brought it down.

  • [45] November 18, 2015 at 12:15am

    Just a few thoughts over the recent events.

    Regardless of what any governer says, chances are Isis is already here in their states, and even if that was a scare tactic, it’s not like crossing the US border hopping between states so that is a moot point with where we are at.

    With the two France-bound planes, a “threat” doesn’t fit Isis MO (inflict mass damage/chaos for the cause/caliphate) they wouldn’t tip a hand to an advance in their mission.

    The US is all “soft target”. Between the holiday travel coming up, celebrations (cultural/community/religious), and shopping, it should be obvious to everyone that an attack could be well in progress, pass the planning and observation stages, and ready to be executed.

    The civilian populous can’t handle what an attack would do to their psyche; look at the PC propaganda on college campuses through the country, extending to the high schools and even younger. An attack would be devastating. At this point I think the best we can do is ensure our own house is in order, because we really could be alone in this. I imagine military and first responders are ready for whatever could come. It’s the civilian populous that I worry about that can’t think or act for themselves-the waiting for instruction/permission attitude that has increasingly prevailed us over the years.

    Between the false flags, smoke screens, and misdirection so we need to be vigilant for ourselves, our families, and those closest to us. I fear we are past prevention.

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  • [3] November 17, 2015 at 10:55am

    I think that confirms many peoples wary gut feeling that Rubio wasn’t the guy.

    The NSA and all other collections didn’t spot/prevent the Boston bombings.

  • [11] November 6, 2015 at 12:37pm

    So what do you refer to followers of Christ before the Nicene Creed (325 AD)? Early saints? Maybe that’s why Mormons are later day saints?

    At the end of the day they believe in the teachings of Christ found in the bible.

    It also is pretty narrow of you to decide that Mormons believe Christ was a created creature, there doctrine teaches that all of Gods children were spirit children before their mortal existence on earth, and that Christ was literally the only begotten Son of the Father (God).

    (LDS article of faith #1) We believe in God the eternal Father, and in his Son Jesus Christ, and in the Holy Ghost.

  • [17] November 6, 2015 at 12:06pm

    Maybe check it out for yourself they believe that Jesus Christ is the son of God, born to Mary in Bethlehem, baptized of John, taught, suffered for all the sins, pains, and afflictions of the world, all that had been, were and would be, was crucified and rose three days later-
    I guess the difference might be they believe their are no limitations on what Christ can do, or limit his love to those in Jerusalem.

  • [116] November 6, 2015 at 11:43am

    DZ- it’s not the church penalizing children, if anything it’s respecting the parents and waiting until the individual is an adult and way more than capable of making their own choices.

    The LDS church has had various policies in place for years, for instance in more recent years special permission was needed if a Muslim wanted to convert: basically they had to be checked to ensure that they were going to be in an area where they could convert without retaliation (beheadig and such) if they were to return to the Middle East. It is in no way a penalty, even though the world will spin it that way- it is really for the individuals protection and being in a position to make their own choices and not be accountable (in debt, under someone else’s control/jurisdiction…).

    When you look further, especially into the basic doctrine of the LDS church you will find how much importance is put on the family, and the belief that it is ordained of God for man and woman, then you will see where they are coming from. For anyone who disregards that belief it is probably going to be an uncomfortable church to be a member.

    In the end I personally believe this is going to separate the wheat from the tares in the LDS community-of course there will be blowback and more hate baiting. It’s time to find out what you believe regardless of denomination or religion, and start living it-connecting with others in service not mixing doctrine.

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  • August 22, 2015 at 7:30pm

    Absolutely-I have generally stopped commenting, because of the insane censor filters.

  • [27] August 5, 2015 at 2:43am

    “TheBlace” reached out…

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  • June 21, 2015 at 11:10pm

    It’s not forgetting “Fathers Day” like your post mentioned. It’s the fact that there are all sorts of different circumstances that many have- In many cases a Mother or Father has to take on the role of the other, or both. To immediately jump to ‘the progressive war on gender roles’ is a ridiculous argument and reaction. And although “a vast majority of cases” are wonderful, it doesn’t take away anything to celebrate/honor/acknowledge the ‘Moms’ that fulfilled that role for their children.

    MANTISFREE- Thank you for your input. And thank you for being a great Dad to your kids. The unfortunate truth is it exists on both sides, so what is so wrong with acknowledging who is “your” mom or “your” dad on mothers/fathers day. As nice as it would be to have everyone in happy little ‘perfect’ family units, it is not the norm in today’s society. Many have an absent or even abusive parent(s), and often find another uncle/aunt, grandmother/grandfather, or family friend that they consider to be more of a mother or a father-so whats wrong or overly ‘progressive’ with that?

  • [13] May 31, 2015 at 7:59pm

    No it’s a win for liberty and freedom!
    NSA bulk collection didn’t stop the Boston marathon attack, it’s a false argument!

    Amen progressiveslayer! It’s the voiding of the constitution that is the win for terrorists, and those who wish to destroy liberty.

  • [7] May 31, 2015 at 5:01pm

    Did the NSA prevent the Boston marathon attack? What about leads to the ones responsible?

    Rand is doing the right thing here!

  • [14] April 14, 2015 at 12:45pm

    Maybe TSA should be frisking their own during entrance and exit.

  • [17] April 13, 2015 at 11:36am

    No more establishment rino’s. Paul or Cruz!

  • [25] April 7, 2015 at 10:04pm

    The Hammer seems to be on the wrong side these days… Used to be a fan, but I think he’s in the establishments pocket.

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  • [2] April 3, 2015 at 11:49am

    Sounds like lip service and PR from both sides.

  • [21] March 26, 2015 at 7:01pm

    You’d think with all that money going through his hands he could purchase a more believable rug.

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