User Profile: E.Z. Las Vegas

E.Z. Las Vegas

Member Since: October 27, 2010


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  • July 20, 2014 at 2:10pm

    An IV drip of uncut heroin should work quite well. It’s fast, totally painless, and readily available to law enforcement. #AlixTrichelman

  • [5] July 10, 2014 at 2:01pm

    If you would take the time to go to you would discover that the organization has seven different causes you can donate to, not just this one.

    Also, you are free to begin your own charitable foundation, where you can railse money for any cause you wish. You can also donate to one of the thousands of mostly Progressive charities out there where 80 percent of your donation is used to defray administrative costs and engage in additional fundraislng.

    Finally, whether we like it or not, those kids ARE in the US, until we can arrange to send them back. Are you recommending that we let them die?

  • [2] June 30, 2014 at 1:41am

    Saint Paul was excellent at condemning people, and many believe that he was personally involved in the stoning of St. Stephen because he was offended by his preaching.

    However, on the road to Damascus, Jesus closed, and then opened his eyes. If you add up all of the condemnations you, and he, will reach one inescapable conclusion,,,,

    ALL of us have sinned, and fallen short of the glory of God.

    The only way to salvation is through the grace of God, eviidenced by the sacrifice of his Son.

    While the bible is a great guidebook of policy and behaviour, we should try as hard as we can to leave the judging of our fellow humans to Someone of a much higher paygrade. The fine line comes between the Bible’s use for reproof and correction, and slipping over into judgement.

    This is our mission, whether we choose to accept it or not. Good luck, Jim. This tape will self-destruct in five seconds.

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  • June 30, 2014 at 1:21am

    Both the bible and human history are full of people who thought that their own hopws, wishes and ideals supercede the the Word, and are the way God REALLY feels.
    From Lucifer to Moamar Qadafi, it never EVER ends well, even here on earth. I’m relatively sure that Judgement Day will probably not turn out much better.
    Also, can Sir Elton name ANY world religion based on self-gratification that has strengthened society or its adherents over the long term…how about the short term?

    Finally, if marriage is simply a license for sexual gratification then it opens up some truly frightening possibilities in a totalitarian world. Will their be fines and imprisonment if someone engages in unlicensed coupling? And what if someone uses that totalitarian power to setup a theocracy in the United States of Amerika? What use do you think they would make of the lists of licenses…I understand Hitler had some very chic pink triangles.

    Sexual gratification by consenting adults is between them and the gods of their choice, but marriage is encouraged by society for a very specific set of reasons mostly involving procreation and child rearing which, regardless of our religion, some of us believe are the mortar that keeps the fabric of society together,
    Is monogamous, male/female marriage perfect? Of course not. Are some gay couples better than Ozzie and Harriet? Of course, But thousands of years of human evolution seem to indicate traditional marriage has the best chance of worki

  • [7] June 19, 2014 at 3:47pm

    It has been said that a competent prosecutor can indict a ham sandwich…
    Yet, despite YEARS of investigation and MILLIONS spent, they have only gotten one low level flunky, and that was dubious.
    Where’s the charge? Where’s the indictment? Oh, and in another coincidence, Walker is up for re-election in 4 months. This whole thing stinks.

  • [2] June 13, 2014 at 10:54pm

    Judge Crabb was appointed by Jimmy Carter 35 years ago to the Federal bench.
    She was then promoted to Senior Judge by Barack the Magnanimus in 2010.

    It should come as no surptise that she has rarely ever consulted precedent or logic or common sense in her decisions, about one a year of which causes everyone’s eyes to cross and in some cases their ears to bleed.

    She does seem to rely heavily on one source for her legal reasnoning though….The Badger Herald, which is the student newspaper at UW Madison, which views Nancy Pelosi as way too conservative for their tastes

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  • [-1] June 8, 2014 at 7:13pm

    One probably was. See from LVRJ…

    One unconfirmed report is that the two exchanged gunfire with a citizen who was carrying a concealed weapon, and that one of the shooters was injured. Police confirm that at least one civilian at the Walmart was shot and killed.

  • [9] June 8, 2014 at 7:10pm


    The Las Vega Review Journal is reporting the following

    “One unconfirmed report is that the two exchanged gunfire with a citizen who was carrying a concealed weapon, and that one of the shooters was injured. Police confirm that at least one civilian at the Walmart was shot and killed.”

    Take away concealed carry, and there will be no one to stop the revoluton……

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  • May 6, 2014 at 9:22pm

    It doesn’t matter if the Republican legislators who voted for this were liars or hopelessly incompetent. They all need NRA backed challengers in the next primary, and they all need to experience the retirement plan they also undoubtedly “accidentally” voted for.

  • [2] May 2, 2014 at 12:45am

    Technically Barnicle is absolutely right, even on MSNBC. They do NOT have a conversation about race. They use the racism charge to belittle, invalidate, shut off debate, accuse and dismiss.

    All they have to do is use the word racist, and all other conversation becomes irrelevant.

    Sort of like we used to use the word “witch” in Salem, and “Commie” in the 50s.

    When we can have a real conversation on the subject, we may be able to make some progress.

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  • April 29, 2014 at 2:22am

    I can hardly wait for the reports from the Pistachio association, the Walnut board, the filbert consortium (which coincidentally is the name of the next Robert Ludlum inspired novel), and the Peanut Posse.

    I fully expect them to agree wholeheartedly with the Almond Board of California’s completely unbiased conclusion.

  • March 30, 2014 at 2:50am

    The fact is that conservative or tea party law firms are likely to be viewed as hostile or stupid by authorities in Massachusetts, while Professor Dershowitz is likely to be given more respect and deference than he deserves by those same authorities.

    Besides, all politics aside, Dershowitz is one of the finest legal minds practicing today, and generally would resign and recuse himself rather than soil his reputation by wrongly siding with the state.

    Finally, this case is about JUSTINA, not the lawyers or the doctors. If he can bring her home again, I don’t care if his name is Woodrow Wilson the Fifth, or if he is the Chairman of the Massachusetts chapter of the Democratic Socialist Party.

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  • March 20, 2014 at 4:00am

    So, explain to me again why TV pitchman Kevin Trudeau has been sentenced to 10 years in a Federal Prison?

    Wasn’t it is large part for arguing against the Federal Government’s dietary guidelines?
    I don’t know if Kevin Trudeau was right or wrong, a charlatan or a visionary. Maybe he is a combination of all those things.

    What I do know is that I am very uncomfortable living in a USS of Amerika where dissent is punishable by ten years in the Federal pen. Since when did it become a Federal offense to have a different interpretation of scientific or government guidelines?

    Progressives call people who disagree with “settled science” names like “flat earthers”, again twisting and perverting history. The real flat earthers believed the “settled science” of their day, and they turned dissenters over to the Spanish Inquisition to get their minds right….or kill them.

    Socrates, DaVinci, Gallileo, and Copernicus all went against the settled science of their day and were punished for it, But they were right. This is getting REALLY REALLY scary.

  • February 12, 2014 at 5:46pm

    It is a “very poor forgery” that the best scientific and artistic minds of skeptics have been unable to come close to duplicating, or even effectively explaining in over two centuries.
    Besides the Bible tells us God used burning bushes, a whales belly, and the jawbone of a donkey to transmit messages. CLEARLY whether it is real, or you are right and it is fake, the Shroud definitely has a powerful message.

  • February 5, 2014 at 2:06am

    Bill Nye, Dr. Oz, and Mister Wizard use models all the time to illustrate concepts that can’t be easily envisioned by the audience. Some of the models are fairly accurate, and some of them are just plain silly, and some of them are altered by new information.

    The Bible is of necessity a cliff notes version of an old multipurpose grammar school textbook. It was written to teach, law, ethics, morality, history, biology, literature and a lot of other things to bedouin sheep herders.

    Think explaining quantum physics and genetics to an 8 year old.

    If Bill Nye can use a firecracker to represent the Big Bang, then God and his ghost writers are entitled to use “let there be light.”

    Human beings are clearly not made out of clay, or we would be silicone based creature, instead of carbon based. But if you are trying to describe an ooze of proteins and amino acids to a six year old, mud or clay is going to come really close.

    Finally, if God spelled out too many details, we would no longer have free will, and for some reason known only to Him, He wants us to figure this stuff out ourselves.

  • January 30, 2014 at 1:26am

    On the right hand side of the list of stories on the Blaze, they have this new thing called a “Scroll Bar”. With this clever device, you can roll right on past stories you don’t wish to read…try it sometime.

  • January 19, 2014 at 6:24pm

    I fail to see where the two interpretations are mutually exclusive, I also think that assuming that your interpretation is the only true and correct interpretation is the kind of self-aggrandizement that the book of acts discusses when it discusses Herod Antipas being eaten by worms.

    He wasn’t eaten for condemning John the Baptist or unveiling Salome, or condemning Jesus to a hideous death on the cross. No, he was eaten by worms for trying to convince the people that he was God.

  • January 18, 2014 at 4:08pm

    Progressive formula for success:

    Run one progressive against 8 conservatives. The conservatives then split the vote and find the most progressive thing about the other seven to destroy the confidence of the conservative voter in their “true conservatism”.

    Finally, after the field is whittled down to two or three conservatives, who are hopelessly behind in delegate counts, then the mainstream media polishes them off with polling data that proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that they are not electable.

    So…this is what I am looking for in a candidate: I want the person who believes in the greatness of God, the Constitution, and Capitalism, and who does not cut down their primary rivals, but rather proves by word and deed that they are the person best prepared to tackle the job.

    I want policy statements, and possible cabinet appointments and a record. That’s all. Once they have their bona fides, if they need to attack, they shouldn’t be afraid to, but they should use it only as a last resort.

  • January 17, 2014 at 12:14am

    The Gideon Society, which provides Bibles to hotels, bed and breakfasts, and other overnight lodging establishments free of charge, was actually founded by two Wisconsin men traveling on business. So this is a sad day.

    However, I have a compromise: If I were the manager of the lodging, I would offer the atheists the opportunity to place in each room, free of charge, a ream of 90% post-consumer recycled printer paper with an attached cover sheet that reads “Atheist Manifesto” if the Atheists drop them off at the housekeeping department.

    In fact, a shelf of free books on comparative religion and philosophy in each room would be a great idea. Just prepare to have spare books for the ones that are stolen and defaced, and the adherents must provide the books to the hotels, free of charge.

  • December 31, 2013 at 3:23am

    Oh, I think I’d vote for the “climate scientists” who are trapped in an antarctic Ice floe, by excessive thick sheets of global warming.

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