I think you are right. I took a self-defense course last year on using my AR-15. I asked the instructor in what circumstances would I need to use this weapon. He said that in the event of a national emergency, people–the “have nots”–go around looking for food from anyone they think might have it–the “haves.” And if the “have nots” do not get what they want from the “haves,” they will torch their houses. So the “haves” will need to shoot the “have nots” from a longer distance than up close as one does with a handgun.
[-1] August 4, 2016 at 8:48am
No, “believing you are something you are not” is called being “delusional.” Lithium is used to treat bipolar disorder.
You may want to research before posting next time...lithium is absolutely a drug that treat schizophrenia. And being delusional is a result of the disease.
[-1] July 29, 2016 at 9:53am
You are right.
“Progressives” are always bargaining, “But it just hasn’t been tried here yet.”
Furthermore, what is so “diverse” about homosexuals who can’t tolerate the thought of being with the opposite sex, someone who is so different from themselves?
 July 20, 2016 at 6:24am
This attitude toward law enforcement suggests that the repeated violence toward them are not merely “copycats,” but instead issuing from a resentment that is more widespread than we can imagine. Pray for our LEO’s!
July 13, 2016 at 9:57am
Ohio is an “open carry” state.
July 13, 2016 at 9:55am
I don’t have a problem with the Black Panthers engaging in “open carry.” Do they do this at other political functions? Do (Did) they “open carry” at the Democratic National Convention, if they attend(ed)? Or are they singling out the Republican National Convention? Entertaining and answering these questions will reveal their motive. And if their motive is not good, then who will be firing the first shots?
 July 9, 2016 at 7:08am
Exactly. It seems like the secularsts’ cry for “separation of church and state” is a one-way street.
June 30, 2016 at 8:20pm
How about “insidious?”
 June 30, 2016 at 8:19pm
Pro-Lifers will win eventually, but it may be awhile. Consider the unjust and atrocious Dred Scott decision of 1857. If my sources are correct, that Supreme Court decision was not overturned by the courts. The battle for civil rights was in the legislatures, but that was nearly 100 years later.
The wheels of justice turn very slowly.
 June 12, 2016 at 9:35pm
The MSM is in a serious quaqmire. They have been slow to implicate Islam’s violence and quick to come to the defense of homosexuals. How will they handle this? In the long run, how will they report this?
@Deborah --- Far more Middle East oil money has been funneled into the MSM than has gay advocacy bucks. The MSM will try to protect Islam till the bitter end.
the media will blame the gun.like always.
 May 24, 2016 at 10:52am
My, how things have changed. I was in the high school choir back in the late 70′s. We sang a litany of Christian music around Christmas. When I was in the fourth grade, we recited the Lord’s Prayer every morning. And you know what? We didn’t need the presence of local law enforcement at our schools.
Now everywhere I look, there are police and deputies posted at the schools because of drugs and violence. As the old saying goes, “nature abhors a vacuum.”
Satan is alive and well and living among us. He KNOWS his time is short.
Yup, I'm 64 years old and I remember. While I myself am not a Christian, (not an Atheist either) I do support Christians. Why? Because people need a moral compass and Christianity provides one.
 May 22, 2016 at 8:40pm
Oregon is a hellhole. A few decades ago, they legalized “physician-assisted suicide.” Does anyone know how much “substantial pain” a person must admit to before they can request the meds that will knock their lights out? I bet it ain’t much.
 May 21, 2016 at 8:59am
Alrighty then. Instruct the governor to specify the parts of the bill that are “ambiguous.” Clean them up and re-introduce the bill for a vote, and send it to the governor’s desk again. If she vetoes the bill again, we will then find out who is being “ambiguous.”
May 6, 2016 at 12:18pm
Yup!! My thoughts, exactly! Nor does he come right out and deny that he killed her. It sounds to me like he is already “pleading the Fifth.”
May 5, 2016 at 5:33pm
Indeed. America will not reject abortion until America sees abortion.
 April 28, 2016 at 8:46am
This news for Boxer is like water being tossed at the Wicked Witch of the West.
“Ohhhhhhh . . . I’m melting. What a world, what a world!!”
 April 28, 2016 at 8:43am
So, to Boxer, a Cruz/Fiorina ticket is “mean and meaner?”
No, it’s more like Boxer is “projection and more projection.”
What a miserable, hellish hag!!
 April 22, 2016 at 8:57am
Thanks, Ned. Once we make exceptions for rape and incest, we have changed the argument. Prolifers believe that every human life, no matter the circumstances of their conception, deserve protection. So once you make exceptions for rape and incest, you now have to say that one’s humanity/personhood depends upon the circumstances of their conception. And once that is done, anything goes. The unborn person has no control over how they were conceived.
The rape of the mother is the first victimization. The abortion of the baby is the second victimization. And the third victimization is the abortion procedure itself.
 April 8, 2016 at 2:05pm
You are a good soul. I am a Catholic. I am a wretched sinner. Every night, I ask the Father for forgiveness of my sins. I appreciate a pastor who “offends” me and reminds me of how badly I sin. I want to be held to the highest possible standards when it comes to righteousness.
April 8, 2016 at 1:57pm
Pope John Paul II was a great pope, indeed. Both he and Pope Benedict XVI were intellectuals. Pope Francis does not strike me as an intellectual. Sad. Very sad.