User Profile: duhTruth


Member Since: October 13, 2012


  • [11] October 29, 2015 at 4:18pm

    @ Dave Urbanski, wouldn’t it have been relevant to your story to include the fact that California was the 31st state admitted to the union. The 31st star on the American Flag is California’s.

  • October 11, 2015 at 8:53pm


  • [1] October 9, 2015 at 10:17pm

    The NewAmerican Constitutionality Voting Index is even worse.

    Jason Chaffets
    2009 92%
    2011 79%
    2013 52%
    2015 55%

    This means that this congress, Jason Chaffets is only voting WITH the Constitution 55% of the time, which means he voting AGAINST the Constitution 45% of the time.

    Starting to look a bit like Orrin Hatch…..!!!!!

    Orrin Hatch
    2007 35% – The time before the Tea Party!
    2009 81%
    2011 78%
    2013 58%
    2015 55%

    Jason Chaffets & Orrin Hatch are Twins when it comes to their voting styles!

  • [2] September 19, 2015 at 2:07pm

    What about Manchester, or many, or mandible, or Roman, or manage, or manaize, or manly manicure, or manners, or name because it has man hidden in it backwards?

    The Gods of the Copy Book Headings…….

  • [67] August 29, 2015 at 6:16pm

    If more people would stand up the the plate, then I’m sure Glenn would love to just be Glenn. He leads on so many different fronts because hardly anyone else will.

    Glenn is a man of action. Are you?

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  • [9] July 18, 2015 at 6:50pm

    Federal Reserve created by the banking cartel so they could make trillions in interest – 1913

    Federal Income Tax created so interest payments can be made to the banking cartel – 1913

    17th Amendment crafted so that the states would never be able to undo #1 and #2 – 1913

  • [2] June 22, 2015 at 2:04pm

    The Blaze editors most likely never read or proofread the article.

  • [14] June 22, 2015 at 1:58pm


    He’s voicing his first Amendment right of contrary opinion. [SO ARE WE] Maybe instead of lynching the man [HAS HE BEEN LYNCHED???!!!!!!] you would take a little time to understand his side then maybe we could have an intelligent debate on the issue. [INTELLIGENT DEBATE TAKING PLACE UNTIL I READ YOUR FIRST PARAGRAPH]

  • [36] June 22, 2015 at 1:45pm

    The sad thing is:

    A) TheBlaze editors hold the same beliefs as the writer and published this piece. Or.

    B) At least one Blaze editor has the same beliefs as the author. Or.

    C) TheBlaze editor(s) disagree with the writer, but choose to publish this piece to create conversation. Or.

    D) TheBlaze editors published this article without even reading it or proofreading it.

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  • [1] June 6, 2015 at 12:22am

    The story is only five lines long and they can’t trouble themselves to proofread that. Pathetic.

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  • [1] May 30, 2015 at 6:02pm

    @ theBlaze

    The next paragraph is jacked up too….

    “Calling it “a unique urban phenomenon in the world, if not the universe,” Tyson has helped draw additional attention to [the] event. The increased interest will likely have crosstown streets (the east and west-facing roads) packed with people.”

    Way too many of the articles here are sloppy. I mean it’s out of control sloppy.
    It seems to me that if your too lazy to perform the simple task of proof reading before publishing, then you are likely to be too lazy to do the work required to ensure that your work is as truthful as we the customer expect them to be. Does the TRUTH live here or not?

    At a minimum, your rampant sloppiness demonstrates your level of respect for your intelligent, hard working, thoughtful, truth seeking customers. Sad.

    Start proof reading already.

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  • May 26, 2015 at 6:59pm

    Mr. Ophelia, thanks four fixing yer error. You”re first paragraf stil needs adjustment.

    Sea If U can find any more errors. Hear is a hint….
    forecasters were calling it a “500-year flood’ —

    I thawt thut yoo wood prewf reed your work befour publishing. Guess eye thawt rong.

  • [3] May 26, 2015 at 6:50pm

    Done. Email sent. Your turn now.

  • May 26, 2015 at 6:13pm

    That’s what they normally call a flood that might happen once in a 500 year span of time, but why did Mr. Opelka call Houston Texas – The Houston, Texas at the beginning of the article?

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  • May 25, 2015 at 5:19pm

    Would Christ watch this type of content? I would think that He would find more important things to do. Christians are supposed to learn from and try to become like Christ. I wonder what kinds of things I could do with my life that are more important……

  • [22] May 14, 2015 at 10:09pm

    Many of us are starving for the fire of truth. Sadly many of the folks that write the content for theBlaze don’t seem to even consider if their stories are truthful or not.

    There have been a massive number of stories on theBlaze that contain spelling errors, misleading headlines, and unintelligible storylines. I look at it this way. If you don’t put the minimal effort into PROOF READING for TRUTH DESTROYING MISTAKES before publishing then it tells me that you aren’t going to put the effort into ensuring that the story is correct in the first place as this requires way more effort than the simple task of proofreading.

    The countless mistakes scream that your work is sloppy. Sloppy work doesn’t inspire confidence that your work is true!

    Editor Scott Baker told me that they are in a rush to publish, and that they rely on the reader to inform them of their mistakes. His replies to my concerns on this topic have been shocking.

    Many, many, many people cry out in exasperation in the comment sections of these stories, but to TheBlaze, we THE CUSTOMER are not their primary focus.

    I want theBlaze to be the beacon of TRUTH, to be the standard that other news outlets aspire to become, but sadly this is not even remotely the case. TheBlaze could be – BUT ITS UP TO THEBLAZE TO ACHIEVE THIS.

    I’m unpatiently waiting….

  • May 14, 2015 at 7:25pm

    I was likewise infuriated multiple times in the course of reading Chad Kents piece. I really liked your A B C D E F analogies!

    Chad has many useful things to say regarding our Constituion in other articles and videos, but regarding the Three Fifths Clause he is utterly clueless, and that it so very sad.

    This COMMENTARY article is one of the most disgusting, uneducated jumble of words ever posted on TheBlaze. Guess the editors never read it, or else they don’t understand the Three Fifths Clause either.

    I just finished Chad Kents book on the constitution literally two hours ago, it was pretty good, but I can guarantee you I wouldn’t have ever purchased it if I had read this first. I would have been to concerned about reading misguided information…..

    I’m still blown away by this crappy article, WOW!

  • [6] May 6, 2015 at 12:28pm

    Here is a photo of the sign:

  • [20] May 5, 2015 at 2:59pm

    I am astounded at the dash cam video from the officers car! That police officer demonstrated the most reckless driving that I have ever seen from a police officer.

    I never saw the fire chiefs truck in the dash cam video, sow how on earth would the fire chief even consider that the officer was chasing him?

    On scene, the fire chief seemed calm cool and collected, while the police officer seemed emotional, angry, irrational, hypocritical, and tunnel visioned. The police officers video portrays himself as a very unprofessional, and possibly unstable person.

    The fire chief may very well have driven in a reckless manner, I don’t know because the video doesn’t show it. But I do know for a FACT that the police officer did drive in an extremely reckless manner. So much so that the officer should be severely disciplined, and his dash cam video should be used around the country as an example in how not to drive an emergency vehicle!

    The police officer was a danger to the community, and he should never be allowed to be that dangerous again. The hypocrisy of the police officer leaves me stunned and disappointed.

  • [2] April 15, 2015 at 1:58pm

    … Continuing

    As An Observer: That only leaves three possible dates left, July 16, August 15, and August 17. Albert knowing the correct month wouldn’t be able to determine the exact day if the month were August because there are two dates left in August (15 and 17) so he must know that it’s July, and Bernard knew it was 16. It is July 16!

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