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EMB510

Member Since: December 10, 2011

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  • [7] October 11, 2014 at 9:03am

    I know the phrase “jumped the shark” by now has “jumped the shark” in its own right, but I think Rand has made the proverbial jump. It seems he has been “Washingtonized” in his own way and become quite politically opportunistic as he has come to believe his own hype and want’s the “toy” that is the modern Presidency. As a Kentucky voter, one who enthusiastically supported him in 2010, I’ve become increasingly irritated with him on many issues and wish he would actually focus more on doing his current job than spending most of his time pursuing another. As for the “big mistake” he claims Republicans have made, this is where he demonstrates that his political instincts are still very amateurish, and have not matured at the same rate as his ambitions. Republicans have made many well intentioned but futile efforts of outreach to blacks. Anyone remember Jack Kemp? He singlehandedly did more courting of black Americans than anyone else while a member of Congress and later as HUD Secretary and his “enterprise zones” concept. REALITY CHECK: Conservatism has as much chance of catching on in black communities on a mass scale as Judaism does in Iran. The culture of dependency, entitlement and resentment are essentially irreversible. I would prefer to push for voter ID laws that crack down on voter fraud in urban America than waste resources trying to convince people to help us when they won’t help themselves. And TED CRUZ is the true conservative from the 2010 class, not Rand.

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  • [1] October 6, 2014 at 3:38pm

    DLV: As a cop in my 17th year of service, in an overwhelming urban/black environment, I can verify what you said sadly is true and FAR worse than when I began my career. Case in point: Recently my department had an officer involved shooting where a white officer responded within minutes to a domestic violence call place by a black female about her black baby’s daddy. When the officer arrived on scene he was advised by the woman that the suspect was retrieving a handgun from his car. The suspect took out a box containing a Hi-Point 9mm pistol and was warned by the officer to drop it. The suspect ignored the warning and proceeded to load a magazine into the weapon. Despite repeated commands to drop the weapon, the suspect went to charge it and the officer open fired striking him multiple times. He was pronounced dead at the scene. During the investigation the suspect’s family arrived outraged. Their primary concern? “Was it a white officer who shot him?” This is somehow with the belief he’d be less dead had a black officer shot him. The female DV “victim” later tried to change her story that the officer told him to retrieve the weapon and then shot him on purpose after doing so. In her “grief” she threatened to call a press conference with her revised story. She never did. This will be deemed a lawful use of forced as it should be and there will be no indictment when referred to the Grand Jury. Still the mindset about whites is there as an ever-present scapegoat.

  • [4] September 29, 2014 at 12:39pm

    I am so tired of politicians and pundits who preface their remarks about incidents like these with statements that “Islam is a religion of peace.” ISLAM IS A BARBARIC, GUTTER, CULT PRACTICE FOR IGNORANT SAVAGES, ON A LEVEL WITH VOODOO AND/OR BLACK MAGIC . It’s the “gangsta rap” of religions, just as worthless as the people who patronize it. Suck on that *******, camel jockeys. Now come and get me. My only problem will be determining which “piece” I want to deploy in answering your “religion of peace.” Glock 22, Glock 27, Glock 20 (full power 10mm loads….ooooh don’t tease me), Glock 41, Springfield Armory TRP Operator (in honor of Chris Kyle..RIP) , H&K 45C, H&K P30, Sig Sauer MK25….etc… or do I want to go long gun with one of my AR-15s, Vang Comp custom Remington 870…… decisions, decisions!!!

  • [18] September 22, 2014 at 9:43am

    As a drummer of some 40 years, I can tell you that this “drummer” is neither “great” nor does he have a clue as to his role in the band. A drummer’s primary obligation to a band is to keep good time & support the song. Having said that, all members of a band are responsible for keeping good time, but the drummer has the greatest ability to affect the time & feel for better or worse as the case may be. Any competent drummer knows that you play for the song, not yourself. In this instance their song was supposed to be for the glory of God, not personal glory. If their spirits, and the spirits of the congregation can be uplifted by glorifying the Almighty with the music then so much the better. His “solo” was not only out of place in a church, it would have been so in ANY venue because it did nothing to serve the song other than to ruin it. As far as solos go, a good solo, when appropriate, takes one on a musical journey where it has a defined beginning, middle and climatic ending that hopefully raises the level of excitement & dynamics to an arrangement and/or set. This was a sloppy, unorganized display of random, unimpressive licks that went nowhere. I’ve never seen a showoff like this who could play time to save his/her life. Listen to any of history’s great drum soloists from the late Buddy Rich to Neil Peart and it becomes instantly obvious they were and are ALL great timekeepers first who serve the song!!! What was needed was a power failure for his electronic drumkit.

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  • [3] September 20, 2014 at 6:16pm

    I don’t sense an executive order for amnesty is in the works for this fence breaching. In all seriousness, what a colossal blunder, national embarrassment, as well as a national security breach at a time when ISIS is threatening to raise their flag over the White House. Suppose that man would have had an explosive vest? Where was the dog? That guy should have been mauled and turned into a K9 chew toy. If one nut can breach White House security, what happens if several muslim fanatics attempt to do the same all at once? Of course, ISIS is not muslim? Isn’t that what we’re told? Thank God though our fearless leader was on his way to a weekend getaway at Camp David. Hopefully a weekend of golf and violating the Consitution will get his mind this security breech.

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  • [1] August 9, 2014 at 1:58pm

    ROTFLMAO!!!! Discussion over. Best comment yet!!! HA!!!

  • [2] August 9, 2014 at 12:19pm

    Acceptable and funnier!!!

  • [1] May 30, 2014 at 9:06am

    I figured out who this pathetic propagandist is. It’s “Peppermint Patty” all grown up and making as much sense as every adult voice in a “Peanuts” television special…Wah-Wah, Wah-Wah Wah-Wahhhhh. Like Hanoi Hannah she’s the voice of a radical leftist regime. So, she’s no longer “Peppermint Patty” but “Propaganda Patty”.

  • May 13, 2014 at 10:18am

    I liked the “The Blaze” better when it was called “TMZ”. I’m not sure how Glenn’s desire to change the culture for the better will be realized by covering the very tabloid trash that now passes for mainstream journalism in virtually every other media outlet. If “The Blaze” wants to be a tabloid site then be a tabloid site. If not, and serious, objective journalism is the goal, then sensationalistic swill such as this should have no place on this site. Dress a bunch of idolatrous degenerates up in fine evening wear and all you still have in the end is a bunch of idolatrous degenerates. Where’s the story there?

  • May 11, 2014 at 11:57am

    Satan will not even be able to make HELL hot enough for Nancy “Manson Lamps” Pelosi. The eyes scream “Helter Skelter”. Does anyone doubt she suffers from bi-polar or borderline personality disorder?

  • May 11, 2014 at 11:52am

    “Stunt” said the runt ….. r = c

  • April 16, 2014 at 11:28am

    “Malignant Narcissism” is the title to an epic instrumental piece by Rush from their “Snakes and Arrows” album. In this case the term could correctly be used to describe the affliction from which Kathleen Sebelius and all progressives like her suffer. Unfortunately this condition is NOT covered by Obamacare.

  • April 10, 2014 at 10:34pm

    He also suffers from Cranial/Rectal inversion.

  • March 23, 2014 at 3:31pm

    It’s a shame that The Blaze ignored the story about Officer Robert German who was killed in the line of duty yesterday in Windemere, Florida while conducting a “Terry Stop” (based on Terry vs Ohio… yes I know constitutional law for you bunker dwelling, cop hating pinheads) on a suspicious couple who as it turned out, were up to no good and fatally shot him before taking their own lives. The Blaze did choose to run a negative police story on a on a corrupt police chief however. To their credit, I for once didn’t see a banner headline about some skit Saturday Night Live did last night. They did run cutting edge stories about a clip of Kevin Bacon’s top five moments in Footloose which appeared on The Tonight Show as well as one about a grizzly bear who ate a camera. Glenn, maybe you should attend that hero’s funeral. Maybe you’d like to attend what will surely be a wake at his FOP lodge with his brother and sister officers in attendance from all over the country. Perhaps chat with all of them how police are “going dark.” Maybe discuss that with his grieving parents. Wait until the Chief gives his mother the folded up flag before you do though. Oh yes Glenn, so you don’t think the legions of rogue cops in this country disagree with you on everything, I would say 99% of us probably agree with you on buying gold, it’s just that we can’t afford to on our salaries. We’ll still show up and risk everything for little in return, even respect from a once great talk show ho

  • March 23, 2014 at 2:33pm

    Look at the video. What, no rant from Glenn about the militarization of police? No theories postulated about how SWAT raids are not only a Fourth Amendment violation, but a Third Amendment violation as well? No critique of their uniforms, weaponry and tactics with “probing” questions as to why they need the gear they have? No more accusations about police “turning dark” and how we’re in cahoots with DHS and this regime? Oh wait no, this was a department made up of some really brave, professional officers who conducted an investigation, established probable cause, secured a search warrant and executed what is by any standard a “high risk warrant.” So as a consequence there are a bunch of REALLY BAD people behind bars, their operation destroyed and the community a little safer. These officers are heros. A bullet would’ve kill any of them just as effectively as one fired at a soldier in Afghanistan or a Navy Seal. Glenn railed against DHS and rightly so, when they suggested that returning combat vets constituted a terror risk. It’s a shame he doesn’t give the benefit of the doubt to the patriotism, heroics and motivations of domestic police before he waxes on about how we’re “going dark” and working in tandem with this tyrannical regime to destroy the rights of the American people. I love God, the Constitution, Freedom and yes my guns. I would fight to the death defending those same rights for my fellow countrymen as would 99% of us who make up that thin blue line

  • March 10, 2014 at 4:26pm

    Point of order Sir. You’re giving “Jesuswasablackman” credit for “thinking” when there is no evidence to back this up. LOL

  • February 21, 2014 at 4:39am

    I don’t know what police academy you attended but police are NOT trained to do this. We are trained to properly apply force that is deemed necessary relative to a threat per the force continuum. Clearly these officers acted inappropriately and as stated in my previous post, i believe are in jeopardy of both criminal and civil actions being filed against them. Detroit PD whitewashing this incident in an internal investigation has no bearing on the victim’s right to his day in court. An officer cannot infringe on the 1st amendment rights of any citizen unless of course someone’s idea of freedom of expression places citizens or property in physical danger. My department has taken great lengths to drive this point home with our annual legal updates training including the issue of private citizens video/audio recording police actions. Unless someone recording is physically interfering with a lawful police action or is in too close of proximity where they are ordered to move back for their physical safety, private citizens have the right to record and document police actions. That officer in Florida who locked up the woman for recording him during a routine traffic stop is in serious trouble and is going to pay dearly with a nice civil rights lawsuit. People are failing to realize that there is greater accountability for police than ever before (in car cameras, body cams, private video devices, media..). Hardly a police state folks. It’s safe to come out of your bunkers folk

  • February 20, 2014 at 8:53pm

    We would be fired on my department for that. If a reporter crossed the crime tape into a crime scene, refused an order to get out of the scene and continued to walk through it in pursuit of his story that would be one thing. Officers would be justified in having him forcibly remove in that circumstance. However, using force on a reporter who is walking after a public official to ask questions is a a civil rights violation plain and simple. We fortunately have a pretty decent relationship with our media in my city. It would be a HUGE deal if our officers did this. Despite the internal investigation, the reporter would still have standing to pursue both criminal and civil charges against the officers. I think the findings of Detroit PD’s internal investigation are typical of what one could expect from a city in complete collapse under the weight of a bloated and corrupt city government. Detroit is progressivism’s shining city on a hill.

  • February 20, 2014 at 4:04pm

    As a police officer in a high crime area there is a McDonalds in my sector that is a hub for trouble from homeless vagrants who loiter on the premises without patronizing the restaurant as well as other disorderly folks, the type reported on this site who will go in and destroy the place because of a wrong order. McDonalds encourages our presence by inviting us to eat for free. This is a corporate promotional expense for which McDonalds budgets. We typically never stay to eat following a run to avoid the appearance of quid pro quo for services we’re expected to provide. Our department also has a policy forbidding gratuities. I NEVER enter a restaurant without an ability to pay full price. Still managers will insist on not charging us despite our desire to pay. When this happens at McDonalds I take the money I would have paid and drop it in the collection box for Ronald McDonald house. In a sit down restaurant with a waiter or waitress (when we have time) any discount I receive I give back to the server over and above the normal tip I would already leave. This way I don’t have to hurt the feelings of a manager who is trying to express appreciation for our service and I get to pay it forward to someone else who works very hard. This young lady acted with the best of intentions consistent with the company’s practice of not charging first responders. When the manager cried foul, her “high paid” co-workers who obviously think highly of her made up the balance. Her firing is w

  • December 16, 2013 at 3:25pm

    The main page headline for this story “THE NEWS ABOUT THIS GUY IS CHILLING” is so true. The news about the fake sign language interpreter is disturbing too. LOL

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