While we worry about losing our Constitutional rights, they are busy purging the books of all hints of profiling. The smoke and mirrors created by the fear of losing the 2nd is so misleading and powerful, that they are instead going after t all our rights within the architecture of these news ‘laws.’
 June 22, 2016 at 4:58pm
It’s all in the verbiage. They won’t name the perpetrator because a name is the first thing an investigation must accomplish to pursue the bad guy. Without a name, a point of reference, the investigation is slowed. Notice the verbiage that calls for CME instead of naming “radical Islamic terrorism,” CME may refer to anyone at all, not specific. It opens the door to anyone the gov. sees as antagonist. Notice all the purging in the army handbooks. Naming the bad guy just isn’t allowed.
Find some good Catholic sources like the Catholic News Agency, The National Catholic Register, Vatican.va, The Catholic World Report, or some such source if you want accurate reporting on the affairs of the Church. These sources are concerned with truth, unlike the secular media sources.
March 28, 2016 at 10:59am
They figure we have never read their “wholely book…!!!!”
"the fact she doesn’t think we know Persian jewelry"
Of course she does. She wears it as a poke in the eye of every patriot in this country.
And as a subtle signal to the Iranians.
March 3, 2016 at 12:18pm
Had a one on one recently with my CPA. He said the way to counter the health care dilemma would be to remove the profit incentive by making healthcare a CITIZEN OWNED CO-OP. This would resolve the upward spiraling climb to please shareholders and profit hungry owners who hide behind ever increasing “needs,” to pump up premiums, etc. to pay for their constantly increasing “expenses.” Comments?
I tend to get too long winded on this. Basically, private insurance is a responsible move and should be encouraged but not mandated. People should be able to tailor their coverage and therefore the cost. Such as the one size fits all childbearing coverage. If you are a man, or a woman past menopause or unable to have children, why be forced to pay for this coverage? More choices, not less.
I'm for tort reform, too many middlemen and fraud costs everybody more money.
Tax reform is imperative, put people in direct contact with ALL of their wages before taxes and deductions and let them make decisions on allocations before the government. Government does not make the best decisions for me.
 February 26, 2016 at 8:16pm
‘He said we’re better off.” He didn’t lie. Everyone just assumes he meant us, not him…
[-1] February 16, 2016 at 9:29pm
Do you think Hill’s emails might just reveal how she is selling out the U.S. to the highest bidders?
 February 14, 2016 at 1:24pm
Like the reporter that was sacked for commenting on the clothes of the daughters of BHO…
 February 12, 2016 at 12:29pm
I’ve watched the exit of this industry for decades. The U.S used to make the cloth in North Carolina. Even California had the production, sewing contractors. Now all is gone. Vietnam, India, Eastern Europe, etc. Now enterprise is looking to Africa for the lowest labour. And those looking are the,.. wait for it…the Chinese….! Go figure. My take is that ALL governments are fundamentally inefficient, wasteful, and self centered.
 February 8, 2016 at 3:11pm
And we all assumed the NWO had to do with things mainly financial…
 January 31, 2016 at 3:28pm
Or their wives back home?
This is part of the “tax,” they expect to extract. These women are uncovered making it “ok” to be violated.
Regarding the wives, feeble, and children back home. If it was so dangerous then why did they leave them unprotected in a war zone alone?
 January 23, 2016 at 8:37pm
The ‘tear,’ fell out of the outer corner, not the inner corner -first. Generally the lower lid needs to fill up first nearest the tear duct, (inside corner) for tears to then spill over the outside corner.
 January 23, 2016 at 7:52pm
If Trump wants to undo all he has done, watch his point lead drop like a lead balloon, then pick the RINO Scott Brown. Also, he’d pick up more female evangelical votes if he put his wedding band on.