I had to sign-up and then at the bottom of the page I could post, looks like the only way to contribute. I THINK this is how the respond to these questions..I think. The page is super slow too..maybe lots of questions coming in.
 January 7, 2015 at 11:34am
I have one correction. The author states the check is worth more than many small countries. It is actually worth more than the U.S., an overall debtor nation, and most western nations.
Not true. Do I need to explain? Most right winners think of it as debt. How is the debt hurting us? It is actually an economic stimulus. Not that adding more and more is good, but some debt is almost necessary. And calling it debt would be incorrect. The US is borrowing the money, and half the money owed is to Americans! Don't just repeat what Limbaugh and Hannity the idiots think.....
Does this mean I'm worth more than the U.S.? Sweet!
 November 17, 2014 at 7:23am
Bailout recipients Government Motors and Chrysler…of course, they are not Fords.
 November 17, 2014 at 7:21am
My major concern is the expansion and growth of the Policia National and the blissful grazing of the silent sheeple. Forward!
 November 17, 2014 at 7:19am
Did he not say that he DID NOT reveal the location of the creepy Policia National cars, only that they were near Ferguson?
 October 31, 2014 at 8:22am
Don’t be fooled.
 October 31, 2014 at 8:21am
But “she has a vagina and must be elected”–so say my progressive friends.
She is too ugly to be elected. I prefer Laura Bush. Nice lady. A teacher such as myself.
 October 31, 2014 at 8:13am
Roswell is downwind of White Sands proving grounds. That incident was a high altitude balloon carrying a rotisserie testbed of high altitude ejection seats for the SR71 and U2. The little men were the dummies in the seats. The balloon crashed in Roswell and the alien story was concocted to cover up the Top Secret mission as we didn’t want the Soviets to know we were developing the SR-71. Occam’s Razor.
The Roswell incident occurred in 1947, while the U-2 was developed in 1954, and entered production the next year. The SR-71 was developed out of the Lockheed A-12, which was first produced in the early 1960's. There may have been balloon tests of ejection seats, using dummies, in the postwar 1940's, but it would have been for the conventional jet fighters which saw service in Korea between 1950 and 1953.
 October 31, 2014 at 8:07am
Your bigoted use of the term “narrow religious” friends betrays your bigotry. You think you are so above others when in fact 50,000,000,000,000,000,000 X 0 = 0. Maybe there is life in the Universe, maybe there is not. You in fact don’t know for sure and neither do I. You are only playing a numbers game and that makes you feel smug and arrogant. Take your numbers and go to Vegas, that would be more useful.
Sensitive much? Emotions may fuel us but they also are not able to be rational either.
@Nice post, Liberty. I too agree that to say he created us, and then is just ‘observing’ (interfering occasionally) is fairly foolishness. The bible says He created us in his image. I, personally, love to create. I’m still creating, every day. Without a doubt he does too, otherwise we wouldn’t be here.
@autofixer, Math is useful for a lot more important things than gambling. Statistically, it’s improbable that there isn’t intelligent life on other planets.
“You are only playing a numbers game and that makes you feel smug and arrogant. Take your numbers and go to Vegas, that would be more useful.”
That says to me that because you disagree with him, you have to dislike him. Which obviously isn’t true, but the way your words formed says that.
This next part focuses on something not as materialistic, and more spiritual:
Personally, I believe stuff like this can be explained with one simple word: Demons.
I like to listen to Mysterious Universe from time to time(great show – would recommend it to everyone). Now the stories here may be false, or true.
Obviously evil spirits can change form, etc. (Satan being an angel of light when he wants to). One of the stories said they saw a humanoid canine. They pulled out a gun, shot at it and nothing happened. But when he started to point his camera at it, it started getting very angry (growling, I believe).
Just my belief. These things could pretty much be demons. Though unfortunately that takes the fun out of these things, hahah
 October 25, 2014 at 9:15am
He was probably prior enlisted in the Marines, served his enlistment. After getting a college degree, was commissioned in the Guard and is now at Del Rio (Laughlin AFB) in pilot training. It is wast I did with the exception I was enlisted in the AF.
 October 25, 2014 at 9:09am
Huum. My wife is Native American and she never killed anyone. Back in our day, we could take shotguns for hunting to school & even put them in our locker–I used to do it. Something bigger, more sinister is going on in our culture.
October 25, 2014 at 9:06am
At least “diversity” is making inroads in the school shooter class.
October 4, 2014 at 10:26am
Sure they do. If the airplane was flying and as a result of fuel starvation it stalled and entered a tight spin. It would have impacted the ocean at an extreme nose down attitude and all of that energy would have been directed forward into the ocean. I once was involved in a search for a 3 masted schooner (a very large antique ship) off of Bermuda. It disappeared without a trace with everyone on board. Unlike movies, things and people do often disappear without a trace.
October 4, 2014 at 10:22am
The airlines, the manufacturer and the .govs need to know what happened to prevent further catastrophes. It was most likely an in-flight fire due to lithium batteries being carried as cargo. US passenger carriers are prohibited from carrying such. Was the crew overcome by poisonous gases due to a fire? Did the fire detection system work? Did the crew oxygen system work? Do we need better detection & suppression systems? Should the Malaysian .gov stop allowing passenger carriers to carry hazardous cargo? There is a host of questions to be answered and most don’t include bizarre conspiracies. Occam’s Razor says the “simplest answer is usually the correct answer.” A lithium battery fire, followed by crew incapacitation is the simplest answer.
EXCEPT....... Lithium batteries ONLY tend to catch fire while they are being used..... NO voltage = NO chance of battery overheating.............
"It was most likely an in-flight fire due to lithium batteries being carried as cargo. "
No Mayday? I know you've figured the fire burned through all the wiring without anyone noticing, but that doesn't add up. Where's the wreckage?
I don't even buy into the lithium battery scare. (Unless improperly stored, then any battery can explode) I've used thousands of lithiums and never had one get warm.
October 3, 2014 at 7:48am
To you and I yes. To the business executive, race car driver, etc. who is going to fly on their private G-5 on that route, the cost it but a fraction. It makes economic sense in that world.
 October 3, 2014 at 7:45am
Actually this would be a much more efficient and “green” way to fly than on their private G-5s.
 September 18, 2014 at 10:17pm
I forwarded the picture to my commie professor friends who are currently bashing Fox on Facebook.
September 17, 2014 at 11:36am
For the same reason alcohol auto-lock devices aren’t standard on all cars–the .gov.leviathan makes too much money on DWI and now this is a potential new revenue stream.
 September 7, 2014 at 9:27pm
When I was at the University way back in the late 70′s early 80′s, I was told Blacks could not be racist because they held no power. Oh wait!