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CAmom

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  • [8] July 6, 2014 at 3:29pm

    Of COURSE it was planned. Why else would the government PLACE AN AD IN JANUARY for people to transport 65 thousand unaccompanied minors?

    The specific vendor requirements state:

    ICE [Immigration and Customs Enforcement] is seeking the services of a responsible vendor that shares the philosophy of treating all UAC with dignity and respect, while adhering to standard operating procedures and policies that allow for an effective, efficient, and incident free transport. The Contractor shall provide unarmed escort staff, including management, supervision, manpower, training, certifications, licenses, drug testing, equipment, and supplies necessary to provide on-demand escort services for non-criminal/non-delinquent unaccompanied alien children ages infant to 17 years of age, seven (7) days a week, 365 days a year. Transport will be required for either category of UAC or individual juveniles, to include both male and female juveniles. There will be approximately 65,000 UAC in total: 25% local ground transport, 25% via ICE charter and 50% via commercial air.

    You can view the full posting here:

    https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=c6d7c0050b912fbc917a46d6709d38bd&tab=core&tabmode=list&=s=opportunity&mode=form&id=c6d7c0050b912fbc917a46d6709d38bd&tab=core&tabmode=list&amp

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  • [41] June 30, 2014 at 12:16pm

    while I agree with your wish to nail the hospital, this is a 16 year old girl. As a mother of a now 18 year old, I can tell you that if she were going on TV, even after this type of horrible situation, she would want to look her absolute best – and would have wanted a makeup artist and hair stylist. There is no way on God’s green earth, after a year and a half away from me that I would have told her no.

  • [30] June 30, 2014 at 12:11pm

    Oh, I’m sorry, did you forget to list where your medical degree is from? You’re as bad as the resident who took her in the first place, deciding she is lying from a cursory view. You know nothing about her or the situation, but here you are, accusing her.
    smh

  • May 9, 2014 at 1:40pm

    Well, the 2 family members and 6 other viewers in the audience seem to enjoy it….

  • May 9, 2014 at 11:10am

    1 ~ There are more Conservatives than LGBT
    2 ~ LGBT threatens a boycott and everyone caves
    3 ~ If Conservatives band together and present a united front, we’d be far more formidable.

    Not necessarily boycott everything, but certainly remind companies, industries, and the leftists that we’re a purchasing block.

  • [2] May 8, 2014 at 3:25pm

    So how do you explain the vast majority of msm who regularly condemn and deride Conservatives? How do you explain the president who said middle Americans were “Bitterly clinging to their guns and religion”? How do you explain Chic-fil-A and their INCREASE in business when threatened with a gay boycott?

    It wasn’t a business decision, it was an ideological one.

  • May 1, 2014 at 12:59pm

    Oh sure there’s evidence. The problem with most studies is the lack of definitive agreement about the timing of the events in the Bible. Regardless, there WERE records of large numbers of slaves – or “servants” in Egypt with Semitic names.

    Papyrus Brooklyn 35.1446.
    49
    This document, probably of Theban origin and dating to the late 12th or early 13
    th Dynasty, contains a ledger with the names of the servants of an Egyptian estate. Over forty are labeled u3mw or u3mT (feminine) and bear names of Northwest Semitic type indicating their Syro-Palestinianethnicity.
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    Since over forty Semites were attached to this single estate near Thebes was likelyconsiderable. To account for this presence, Hayes suggests that there were a large number of Syro-Palestinians throughout Egypt in the service of Egyptian nobility.
    51
    In the absence of any historicalevidence for major military campaigns into the Levant by the 12th Dynasty, which would accountfor prisoners of war, Hayes suggests that there was “a brisk trade in Asiatic slaves carried on bythe Asiatics themselves, with Egypt” not unlike that reported in Genesis 37:28, 36

    http://www.academia.edu/1651319/Is_the_Exodus_Story_Possible

  • May 1, 2014 at 12:51pm

    OK here you go –

    Papyrus Brooklyn 35.1446.
    49
    This document, probably of Theban origin and dating to the late 12th or early 13th
    Dynasty, contains a ledger with the names of the servants of an Egyptian estate. Over forty are labeled u3mw or u3mT (feminine) and bear names of Northwest Semitic type indicating their Syro-Palestinianethnicity.
    50
    Since over forty Semites were attached to this single estate near Thebes was likelyconsiderable. To account for this presence, Hayes suggests that there were a large number of Syro-Palestinians throughout Egypt in the service of Egyptian nobility.
    51
    In the absence of any historicalevidence for major military campaigns into the Levant by the 12th Dynasty, which would accountfor prisoners of war, Hayes suggests that there was “a brisk trade in Asiatic slaves carried on bythe Asiatics themselves, with Egypt” not unlike that reported in Genesis 37:28, 36

    http://www.academia.edu/1651319/Is_the_Exodus_Story_Possible

  • April 3, 2014 at 12:04pm

    Until piers morgan has been shot 7 times and can speak from experience about PTSD and has been trained to carry a firearm and has done so successfully – his opinion is uninformed on this matter. However, he is absolutely allowed to bellow his ignorant and foolish opinion as loudly as his position as a failure of a talk show host allows him. After all, that’s what Staff Sgt. Alonzo Lunsford and other brave soldiers like him fought for.

  • March 16, 2014 at 12:19pm

    There were over 200 people on that plane – and NOBODY could make a call, send a text, contact their friends and relatives in ANY way? What did they do on that jet??!!?!?!

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  • February 23, 2014 at 4:47pm

    She’s a good soldier, doing the bidding of her commanding officer, and she’s been compensated for it. Of course she doesn’t regret it. She’s still got a job, she’s not in jail, and she has the support of the whole rotten mess of ‘em.

    pfft.

  • February 11, 2014 at 12:49pm

    Really? We’re splitting hairs about verbiage?

    “I was not ordered to stand down. I was ordered to remain in place.”

    So, either way, the order was NOT GO TO BENGHAZI to help the 4 Americans who died.

    WHY are we discussing the words used to tell them not to help? The point was, they were told not to help. The administration refused additional security. They forced them to remain long after every other country abandoned the post because of safety concerns. They lied about the cause, lied about the warnings, and now they’re trying to obfuscate the responsibility. Why has no one asked the question – WHY WERE WE THERE? What was SO important that Ambassador Stevens went to a KNOWN trouble area with KNOWN threats and LITTLE TO NO SECURITY on Sept 11, of all days?

    Find an answer to those questions and you’ll find out who is specifically responsible for Benghazi.

  • February 11, 2014 at 12:42pm

    ^^^^ This.

  • January 23, 2014 at 12:34pm

    votp – Baloney. Please cite the code which states that there is any prohibition for ANY military personnel acting in a way which he feels aligns with his morality and ability. Military members have always been able to act as private individuals at their own risk. Your entire argument has no factual basis.

  • January 21, 2014 at 11:59am

    I know how he feels. I am a 3rd generation Californian – San Diego to be exact – and I can’t STAND what leftists have done to my once proud state. I cannot tell you how much I despise the crazy, the taxes, the illegalities, the intolerance of Conservatives – but I love my state, I love my city. It’s my home. It’s where my parents are laid to rest, and my sister, and my grandmother and……..you get the point. You expect people to give up their homes, abandon their principles, and vacate an area because it’s easier financially. I think there’s more to a place than money.

  • January 15, 2014 at 9:57am

    I say this with total sincerity. You are a sad individual. You need to look in a mirror and examine your motivation here. Where is your vitriol coming from? It’s truly sad to see someone with such a negative aspect. It might help you to read some historical context for the concept of Nature’s Law. Try Cicero, Aristotle, Locke, Thomas Aquinas for a start, and then look to the French Revolution, English Common Law and the Constitution for it’s practice in more modern politics. Then look to the collection of laws imposed by man which abrogate the foundations upon which this country was built – and maybe you’ll have a better understanding of “crazy” Glenn Beck’s point. As it is right now, you look like the person who needs help – and maybe a little education.

  • January 10, 2014 at 1:53pm

    The problem isn’t lawsuits, or potential injury or accident – but the fact that the officer is on duty – and if he were miles away giving someone a ride, and was needed in his appointed area, would that be a “violation against humanity”?

    Kindness and compassion should not supplant sense and duty, but should be companions – as in giving a man cab fare instead of abandoning one’s post.

  • December 15, 2013 at 12:09am

    Eldad Hagar, the man who rescued Miley, does amazing work. He has “Support for Paws” and works with “The Bill Foundation” and other rescue groups. They are all outstanding, and place their dogs and cats in forever homes.

  • December 1, 2013 at 1:43pm

    Really? People are blaming her for their own issues? She’s in amazing shape! Good for her! Now, go work on your own body if you feel bad – don’t blame someone else’s success. This kind of stuff makes me nuts.

  • October 28, 2013 at 7:03pm

    If she “still believes in healthcare for all”, then she fundamentally misunderstands the system, and how it works. Obviously, she thought rainbow farts would pay for everything. In the face of the evidence that what opponents have been saying all along is in fact, true – she simply concludes that THIS system of “free” healthcare is lacking.

    If people think adding millions of uninsured to the rolls of insurance carriers, ignoring pre-existing conditions and then legalizing millions of third-world immigrants WOULDN’T skyrocket rates, they have no business having ANYTHING to do with ANY financial decisions which affect more than their cat.

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