As a person who did background checks for Top Secret and Top Secret-Special Background Investigations, I can say that the system was flawed then and it is now. BoyGirl Manning passed a Top Secret Background Investigation at the least and may have had a Special Background due to his duties.
I got a background check when I bought my 12 gauge and later my pistol. This type of background check is the simplest since it is just a records check.
Regardless, the question to ask is how many legal owners of guns did not kill anyone yesterday and today.
 August 27, 2015 at 10:27am
How many legal gun owners did not kill someone yesterday?
That, I don't understand. And to pose a question off another branch of that same tree, when did having sex become a requirement? We hear about women's sexual health, and how important it is that we all pay for everyone else's contraception because of it. Yet, no mention of men's sexual health and no interest in legalizing prostitution for those not in a sexual relationship.
I know that's going in a pretty different direction, but I feel like it still comes from common ground.
Its not and never has been.
Its not the woman's body that has the heart still beating while the face gets cut open to harvest the brain. Its never even taken placed with the woman's body (the harvesting). The baby gets cut up on a dish outside.
I bet the woman would change her mind and regret her actions if she sees the baby being cut up in front of her. Of course they won't let that happen and do it in another room.
Murder is a liberal issue, they are for it.
Actually it is a baby's health issue.
Makes it easier to swallow, kind of like the mob changing the vernacular from murder to "hits" or my personal favorite, killing rats to "plugging a leak."
While we're on the subject, maybe we should make a list of all those phrases that leftists have made up to defend what they like:
"We aren't anti men, we're feminists."
"We don't steal from the rich we just believe they should pay their fair share."
"It depends on what your meaning of the word "is" is."
Underline "issue" and you got it. Alinsky/Marxist doctrine
All the Babies are Gods Angels now and the PPHooders will be bathing in Blood Soon !!!
 August 24, 2015 at 10:17am
Liberals are amazing people. They can’t accept the truth so the make up a conspiracy. I thought only we conservatives did that.
August 24, 2015 at 10:14am
You know Howard. His is Jimmy’s slightly demented cousin.
 August 24, 2015 at 10:10am
They certainly qualify for the Solder’s Medal and the Airman’s Medal. These medals are on par with the Distinguished Service Cross.
The Soldier’s Medal is for acts involving personal hazard or danger and the voluntary risk of life under conditions not involving conflict with an armed enemy. The same criteria is applied to the Navy and Marine Corps Medal, the Airman’s Medal and the Coast Guard Medal.
 August 21, 2015 at 12:02pm
Regretfully, this is my son’s Army. It is not the Army I served in, or the Army my father served in and my grandfather served in. Where are the officers who should have derailed this? Where are the senior officers who allowed this progress.
the same place as the judges who let ridiculous cases that should be tossed out as utter BS continue to clog the court system pretending they have merit.
August 21, 2015 at 11:25am
You honestly can’t see the difference between killing a baby and executing a person convicted of murder.
You need to examine your belief system.
 August 21, 2015 at 11:23am
Your logic stream is (1) animals are alive, (2) animals have feelings and (3) people want them.
Fetus are alive. Fetus feel pain. Nobody wants them.
So the only difference between the beagle we rescued and a fetus is nobody wants the fetus while wanting the beagle.
Wow. I kept the logic argument short because I detect you would be lost by a full logic stream.
The best part of you rolled down your mama’s leg and became a brown stain on the mattress.
 August 21, 2015 at 11:17am
Sure abortion has been around since the beginning of time (Don’t know if that is true, but I will use your fact). Apparently your logic stream that time is the factor not morality is the significant factor.
So using time nor morality as the significant factor:
Slavery has been around since the beginning of time. Using your logic, it is perfectly okay to own slaves.
Murder as been around since the beginning of time (reference Cain & Able). Using your logic, murder is okay.
Theft has been around since the beginning of time. Using your logic, theft is okay.
When you take morality out of the equation and use time only, almost anything is okay.
 August 21, 2015 at 9:34am
There is a vintage phrase that describes Cena
 August 20, 2015 at 1:51pm
After living in Salt Lake City and Bountiful from 1978 to 1987, we generally found Mormons arrogant in their faith. While living in Bountiful, our next door neighbors would not let their children play with ours because we are Catholic. Given my job in Human Resources, I received numerous applications where “Member of the Church of Latter Day Saints” was in the qualification sections of resumes and applications.
When we moved to Salt Lake City, we bought a house in the “Avenues”. This was the area where fallen away Mormons and non-Mormons tended to live because the neighborhood was more tolerant.
What you experienced seems to me to be a Salt Lake Valley phenomenon. I have lived all over the country, including the Salt Lake Valley (we could only tolerate living there for about 8 months) and found Mormons outside that area to be much more normal/tolerant.
like mini-Sharia law, right? When i was at Columbia U. They had people handing out fliers for exotic discount vacations to Europe and Israel. The prices were super cheap and the tour looked fantastic. Then the website said Jews only need apply. I was curious and checked it out further. You had to fill in blanks about your genetic heritage of your parents in order to participate. I would guess the mormons aren't even quite that bad.
First, it's The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Don't forget the most important name in there again please.
Second, why is it bad for anyone to be unapologetic about their faith? I applaud Catholics that live their faith out-loud just as I applaud members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints that do the same.
Finally, the vast majority of "Mormons" are not as you describe - and you know it.
Let's just say that I'm fair enough to judge Catholics on people like Mother Theresa rather than Madonna.
I have lived in Centerville, Bountiful, Woods Cross and North Salt Lake (all cities within 10 minutes of Salt Lake City) for over 40 years. First of all, I feel sorry for Dismayed Veteran, because his experience is not the norm. Of course you can find people of all faiths around the country or world that would give you the same scenario, just a different religion involved. This is unfortunate. I have had neighbors of the minority religions, refuse to let their children play with those of the dominant religion, simply because of their beliefs (it goes both ways). That is every parents choice. Is it right? I think every situation has it's own set of circumstances to be factored in. If I lived next to a family that claimed to be Catholic or Protestant or Mormon who smoked, took the Lord's name in vain and had alcohol in their home, I would have a hard time allowing my child to go into an environment that readily exposes them to things we strongly disagree with. Is it because I don't agree with their religion? No, It's because their environment doesn't agree with our religion. Is it arrogance? No, it's practicing what you preach. (I am in no way saying that Dismayed Veteran smokes, does drugs, drinks alcohol or swears. I am simply implying that we do not have all the pieces of the puzzle to let us know why these children were not allowed to play with each other. He says religion was the factor, what do the parents of the other children say?).
 August 20, 2015 at 1:13pm
No one is a slave who can exercise free will to leave for their home country at any time, including being assigned work by the state.
 August 20, 2015 at 12:21pm
OxyContin is a truly dangerous drug. My mother-in-law entered an assisted living facility because she had a slight case of dementia. Rose had a painful shoulder from a prior fall. Her MD prescribed up to 8 dose of OxyContin daily, as needed, to control her pain. She did not want to take it. It was forced upon her. On the 3rd day after she began taking 8 OxyContin per day, she called and told my wife that she was losing her mind.
We live in Nebraska and drove to Utah to remove Rose from the assisted living. We found Rose in profound dementia. We moved her to our house and took care of her until her death at home.
Stay away from this stuff unless you are in profound pain.