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  • [1] August 15, 2014 at 12:28pm

    Mr. Reiner you are a talking head with a hand up yours making your mouth move.

    If you read even a few news items you would find that ‘Bainer’ is one of yours, and completely useless.
    The rest of the country is at the either/or position because the hands behind Obama want this split in population to wrench a firm grasp on this country.

    Get you head out of fantasyland and do a little more research before you begin to compare taxed-out citizens and the representatives they elect to a terrorist organization.
    The HAMAS not only wants to kill every Israeli but :::news break::: they want to kill all Americans …. or didn’t you get that memo?
    We are grouped in that Zionist label used by the Hamas ( as well as most of militant Arab region uses to call the US )….and when they need another label the also love the term ‘Big Evil’ for the US. BTW they won’t stop at Israel, the weapons we’ve left behind will be used on :-o US!

  • [11] August 11, 2014 at 3:45pm

    The question of how many people in the US own guns intrigued me. After surfing the web I found Wiki estimated 35 -39%, Behavioral Survey (BRF Survey) claimed 31.7%, Pew cited 37% and Gallup claimed 60%. Another site said only 75% of Americans have the right to own firearms.
    The frightening part that is Bloomberg has devoted a disturbingly large amount of money ($50 Million, with other large donations) to fight the citizen’s right to own firearms.
    When you are dealing with Idiot Sociopaths (IS) that are training their children to accept this behavior as normal, we need to be realistic that this group is in this war until they have won fully and completely.
    Coupled with the American government that knows that we will need to deal with this group on our own soil at some point in the future, it becomes horribly suspicious when the the legislative process is working to eliminate that particular right of citizens.
    Not every one wants to own and learn how to operate a firearm. That’s OK, but for those who carry, target practice, hunt wild game, or are contentious of home defense, they should never need to fight a rich man with armed body guards for this personal choice.

  • [5] August 8, 2014 at 8:19pm

    About the time I began thinking where are the police and how can they shut down everything in a US city….I began to hear-
    This is a great video, thanks for sharing!

  • August 8, 2014 at 8:15pm

    I looked it up….incredible. Thanks.

  • [1] August 8, 2014 at 8:06pm

    OkeyDokey thanks for the heads up.

  • [2] August 8, 2014 at 10:15am

    No, no and No.
    Why are we bombing a region that is held by militants? Are we punishing the people that cannot keep these sociopaths out of their communities?
    We are bombing to protect ‘American interest’, yep, that will create goodwill and another generation of sociopaths.
    I’ve always wondered why our elite forces that train, and retrain daily and are ready for immediate deployment are not sent to these regions and given the order to take out every militant psychopath they can find.
    Why allow these pseudo religious criminals to reproduce, and brainwash more forced recruits?
    It would be more efficient, and much less expensive than going into the region after the bombing siege to rebuild the infrastructure we’ve bombed and are compelled to reconstruct after stabilizing the region (for the moment).

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  • [3] August 7, 2014 at 3:18pm

    I did’t see this as racist, it was called racist in Mr. Rothrick’s tweet.
    I find it troublesome that we do not have a leader in the United States that will stand strong and resolute in the protection of the citizens.
    This only mocks him, and looking at banana, it only recalled his overt obsession with one demographic group in this country.

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  • [2] August 7, 2014 at 3:00pm

    I was taught that we are to meditate and pray in private: the proverbial closet.
    Yet we always said a prayer of thanksgiving for each meal….it is a gift from God.
    If she wanted to make a point against these bullies (and that is what they are) find a “Prayer” sign at Hobby Lobby and hang where it is unavoidable to ignore- perhaps an entire wall devoted in thanking The Lord for sustenance.
    Sorry but this group are so busy attempting to crush our inalienable right, I’m ready to start a passive resistant movement, and become a nuisance to these people!
    FFAF!!! …Well maybe not that particular acronym….!.

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  • [2] August 7, 2014 at 2:40pm

    Outstanding concept! A card carrying member, perhaps a wrist band like the blue one I wear in support of Israel.

  • [2] August 5, 2014 at 3:03pm

    Why must we hide our faith(s), so atheists can advertise their ‘humanist’ philosophy? The Christian Bible is not the only book of faith available in the military. And Christians are not the only religious people that enlist in the military. If this book disturbed this potential enlistee to this degree, he has chosen the wrong career path.
    Coming from a diverse family, my Christian military son developed a live and let live philosophy – distancing himself from behavior he refuses to tolerate.
    But it is never reciprocal from an atheist group, they have the money and time to stir the pot of discontent, and stomp their foot to demand everything theist be removed from sight….and mind.
    Wouldn’t that money be of much better use in making this world a better place by feeding hungry families, revitalizing neighborhoods in blighted urban areas, and promoting world peace?

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  • August 5, 2014 at 2:26pm

    My ‘really?’ thought is that Palestinians would actually STAY in their homes as instructed by Hamas. They cannot possible be this gullible.
    Regardless, Hamas and the Palestinians want to drive Israel into the sea (dead), and a cease fire would only offer more time to collect weapons and to strategize. Peace is not an option for these people.
    Remember, once they have annihilated Israel (little evil) their next target will be the United States (big evil). These are men that are brainwashed from birth to hate and kill Jews and Americans.

  • [3] August 5, 2014 at 1:47pm

    Yes, it is sad when women and children are killed in wartime- when savage men are determined to wage war until death.
    As the information has indicated, Israel has been coping with continued bombing from Gaza for months, and they have been tolerant in ‘turning the other cheek’ until they can no longer continue to live this way with the discovery of the tunnels.
    As I see it, Israel may have bombed the source of missile fire, but Hamas is responsible for the deaths of these children since they have placed the armaments in schools, hospitals and homes as well as the use of ambulances as a source of transportation to rapidly move weapons to other locations.
    Hamas and their supporters DO NOT CARE about women and children; they are simple regarded as fodder in their ‘win at any cost’ war.

  • [1] August 5, 2014 at 8:11am

    Did anyone notice the young teen, obviously a protester, walk over the the Marine and put his hand on his shoulder in a gesture of kindness?
    It is on the left side of the screen and briefly seen and heard at 1:58.

  • [4] August 2, 2014 at 11:57am

    I believe in Israel has a right to exist. I believe this is their country, land, region and home.
    These photos are incredible. And at the same time heartbreaking. Hamas has made it clear they have nothing to loose and fight in that manner, and they forget the civilians have everything to loose and that is who Kerry should be talking to in an effort to create a peaceful resolution – the people of Gaza, not the terrorists that have invaded their schools, homes and communities.
    I remember the news showing a rocket attack from Hamas of 2 rockets and how the “iron dome” took them out, it was outstanding.
    And then I thought of all the soldiers and civilian that watch that ‘iron dome’ every minute of every day and pray that it remains effective.
    Obama please sign that bill sitting on your desk.

  • [2] July 29, 2014 at 10:32am

    At the very least the parents that sent their children on this torturous trip should lose their parental rights, and the children should be placed for adoption, and the court records sealed. I do not believe that the parents of the children should be able claim privilege to enter the US under the humanitarian right to search for their ‘babies’. They have proven how little they value human life, even their own blood.
    I have a solid idea were my state’s children have been placed, and it has to do with Head Start, and the program set up for the education of children of migrant workers the funding of these programs.
    I will not protest the placement of these children, but I will remember when it come time to vote (and early voting has started in our state for the primary elections) and make my decision accordingly.
    As for the ‘Nero’ playing in the back 9 while the US burns, the GOP we must learn NOW to put party pettiness behind us and concentrate on the large issues and select a strong candidate accordingly.
    We are strong unique country, but right now we are suffering from life threatening wounds.

  • [1] July 29, 2014 at 10:29am

    When a friend noted a US Presidential AF jet sitting on the tarmac in our small town, for a few hours about 2 weeks ago, coupled with the fact he want certain he saw Holder emerge from the jet, I wanted to know what role our state would play. Nothing, absolutely nothing was reported in the only and overtly liberal newspaper of the city – yet I wasn’t surprised.
    After searching many sites, I found an article on the Wall Street Journal: All 50 states (including Alaska and Hawaii) will have ‘migrant’ children sent to to their state. Only the total number of children placed in these states would differ.
    In addition it appears the states will be responsible the financial care and placement of the children that appear on their proverbial ‘footstep’.
    The issue that was the most interesting in this crisis was the glaring fact that the states that were to receive the most ‘migrant’ children – 3,000 to 4,000 – were the blue liberal states. I don’t think this was a coincident, in long term planning. The only exception was the red-ish state of Texas, and the red state of Georgia.
    I believe these children (which many are young teenagers) will never return to their homeland. At the very least the parents that sent their children on this torturous trip should lose their parental rights, and the children should be placed for adoption, and the court records sealed. I do not believe that the parents of the children should be able claim privilege to enter the US under the hum

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  • [1] July 29, 2014 at 10:15am

    This issue has disturb me on so many levels.
    As a mother I could never allow my child to be separated from me for any reason. Secondly, any parent who put the welfare and life of their children into the clutches of drug cartel members to be delivered into the United States should not be able to remain the parent of any children.
    Three, I continue to wonder if these children were actually used as ‘drug mules’ as one of the conditions of their transport to the US…how much drugs have been smuggled onto America under the guise of “migrant” children.
    Forth, what kind of mental health issues will the US need to learn to treat and crimes that will be committed as a result of the long and torturous trip these children made from as far away as Guatemala.
    After the Governor of Tennessee found that he was going to have children placed in his state, only after he read it on the website (NO OFFICIAL NOTICE from the federal level of the government) I truly wondered if this was a legal. But then the federal government can do anything for as long as they want until the masses revolt and push back?
    I still could not find which states were going to house these children and where they would be sleeping and who would be funding the care.
    When a friend noted a US Presidential AF jet sitting on the tarmac in our small town, for a few hours about 2 weeks ago, coupled with the fact he want certain he saw Holder emerge from the jet, I wanted to know what role our state woul

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  • [5] July 27, 2014 at 5:58pm

    I love it when good guys win! ….and bad guys eat asphalt!

  • July 26, 2014 at 8:08pm

    Make your jokes (actually the Monty Python reference was funny) but as some one who must fly to get anywhere (yea, the boondocks) this footage put a knot in my stomach (and I thought the seat in front of the loo was sickening).
    Dad was prompt about starting his legal defense….and was that SWAT riding on top of a news van???
    I was on line just looking for the destinations for all the children that ‘migrated’ across the border since it was pointed out a U.S. Palace jet was sitting at our local airport about 2 weeks ago.
    And uh, just a southerner’s observation: what Canadian goes to Panama City in July or August?

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