From what is written in this article, these two, one day, will have some serious “splaining” to do.
The ONLY righteous thing the pastor’s wife could be doing here is to witness to these people in an effort to convince them there are better options than an abortion….and to try to win them over to Christ. To somehow promote the idea that a woman somehow has the [phony] right to MURDER an unborn human is absolutely not biblical in ANY way and is just downright WRONG.
 March 3, 2015 at 4:29pm
Yep, it IS a nice car but so what? Jesus doesn’t condemn wealth nor is He against having nice things. It’s when one begins to worship the wealth or let either it or the belongings somehow get in the way of witnessing to someone, i.e. doing His work in general, that it becomes a problem.
 March 3, 2015 at 10:03am
Sure he’s covering for obama. He does care if obama lived or died because if obama died, what do you think would happen to their cause. The Idiotology (thanks lock_n_load) sure as hell wouldn’t die but it’s been on a real roll for 6 or so years. They must protect all that goes with it.
P.S. I’ll leave the pure antisemitism of obama and many of the members of his cabinet for some other time.
 March 1, 2015 at 9:23pm
I agree…sorta. We should not get bogged down in abortion and gay marriage etc. It also should be issues for the states to decide. As a matter of fact, most (in the high 30′s in number I think) all have and have decided only to be dragged thru hell by the gay and abortion fascist activists and then forced to or being forced to change by a tyrannical federal govt.
At the same time, it has become a sad day in hell when someone can’t openly/publicly stand on conservative principles and their Christian faith, both of which are incompatible with pro-abortion and gay marriage issues, without being dragged thru hell by the same pro-abortion, LGBTQ crowd and/or the fascist left in general. The way it is now, the left/pro-abortion/pro-gay rights crowd gets to have their points of view…but not our side.
 February 21, 2015 at 2:35pm
This just proves that the 31% and 43% are either complicit in this “fundamental transformation” or they’re just plain ignorant and stupid.
I'd go with "just plain ignorant and stupid" and mostly young or aging kumbaya hippies and go-along independents... all of whom are incapable of an informed opinion.
February 16, 2015 at 4:23pm
First, I know that no plane, at least that we know of, has crashed because of a drone strike but do NOT be stupid enough to think near misses haven’t occurred AND BEEN RECORDED AND REPORTED and the potential damage that could occur if the near miss became a collision.
Second, NEVER be so stupid to think my desire to have rules to keep you from invading my privacy or endangering someone’s life with your drone to mean I’m for a nanny state. I will NEVER be one to give up freedom or liberty for a little false security. I can, if left alone and supported by govt and law enforcement, take care of myself.
But when selfish buffoons like you show such an utter disrespect for those around you by insisting on flying these things into places where they are NOT welcome or near manned aircraft something needs to be done. What exactly that something is would surely be up for debate but something needs to be done nonetheless. I’d start with me not being liable for your crap if you lost it while flying over MY property. ADVICE: keep your junk in your airspace and we’ll never have issues.
February 16, 2015 at 3:33pm
No, he lives in some sort of anarchist’s fantasy land.
 February 16, 2015 at 3:31pm
True enough about a shotgun at a few thousand feet. But don’t ever underestimate someone who is a crack shot. They WILL find a way given the opportunity.
February 16, 2015 at 3:26pm
I have no idea why my replay went to this comment. It belongs as a reply to East’s comment about filming football practice.
February 16, 2015 at 3:21pm
Google maps and crap such as this are bad enough. We don’t some self-absorbed yahoo who is more of a computer geek that a real RC pilot who thinks no rules are a good thing and/or that they should apply to them flying his/her drone over our houses!
Keep ‘em in YOUR space and we’ll all be better off
 February 16, 2015 at 3:03pm
So long as the thing is in sight all is good. Doing things like videoing practice etc. is also not a problem.
I have no idea why my replay went to this comment. It belongs as a reply to East's comment about filming football practice.
February 16, 2015 at 10:15am
One last thing, I live in town where discharging a firearm is against the law. That said, if you fly your little drone out of line-of-sight and over my property, don’t be shocked when it never comes back into line-of-sight & that I’ll be prepared to deal with the consequences.
My best advice to you is to fly the thing in YOUR back yard or at some public site where it is allowed and won’t disturb anyone in any way. Oh, and get you some liability insurance on it so you can cover the damage to other people’s property if it crashes like what comes with an AMA membership.
Well I guess the Drone pilot will be in court the same day as you.
Try explaining to the judge how you were defending life and limb when the drone was over your property, not inside your home or at the front door's sash.
"Reckless endangerment, discharging a firearm. Pay the clerk................Next case."
I would think a potato gun would work pretty well.
February 16, 2015 at 10:05am
I’m NEVER for more & and more rules but since some idiots won’t safely fly these things on their own, I’m open to making their stupidity illegal if the rules are done right. Since I’ve flown RC planes and know and HAVE SEEN how easily complete control of them can be lost and the possibility of them flying until the fuel (or battery) runs out/dies, I can see the potential dangers these things cause when one is flown outside line of sight, near airports, at altitudes too high or at night. Also, marking and registering one’s stuff to be able to hold one accountable when one chooses to be stupid enough to fly near manned aircraft etc. and, God forbid, causes damage or a crash, is a good thing.
When I think of drones in the air that are too small for pilots to see until the last second before they whiz past them, I think of watching the Blue Angels’ crew & aircraft carrier crews walking shoulder to shoulder to pick up ANYTHING on the flight deck or runway. You know, to keep it from being sucked into an engine.
February 16, 2015 at 9:58am
I want just one of you nimrods who think of NO ONE but yourself and are bashing these types of rules to step up to the microphone and tell us you absolutely no issue with a drone passing through the engine of the airliner or the prop or windshield of your private plane or whatever aircraft it may be you’re traveling on potentially causing it to crash. ANY TAKERS?
And BTW, for those of you who fly these things out of line of sight via a camera & computer link up or whatever, guarantee us all that, without hesitation or doubt, that your link will NEVER fail keeping you always in full control. You know, like your PC hasn’t and will NEVER crash.
Another person who knows nothing about modern drones. Tell me about one plane brought down by a small drone. Multiply that by 1000 and the answer is still 0. These small drones have 3 types of devices to control flight, if they loose communication they fly home and land. They have software limits on height and hitting one would be no different then hitting a large bird. Aircraft are just as likely to get hit by a meteor.
Keep voting for this government nanny state that wants and is starting to get complete control of everything including your kids.
February 15, 2015 at 8:33am
Thune has evolved into someone conservatives had best keep a CLOSE watch on. He used to at least sound like a pretty good guy but he’s recently talked about the Dem’s plan to add more gas taxes being worthy of consideration and now they’re talking about his plan having restrictions in it that mirror the Dem controlled FCC’s.
I believe him to be a snake in the grass RINO.
February 12, 2015 at 3:35pm
Exactly. But then again, these idiots did try to have a website set up awhile back……
Yes Proverbs, what this kid did/said was very legal. BUT, this so-called “separation of church and state” does not exist. Well, I guess it does exist in some people’s minds but not constitutionally speaking. It is NOWHERE TO BE FOUND in the Constitution’s text nor is the general meaning given to it implied. The Constitution DOES NOT separate the two…never has.
 February 8, 2015 at 9:16am
Moderate, it’s best you shut your ignorant *** the h*** up. I’m no expert on religion nor am I a Jew or want to be either, but I’ve been told more than once by different people that some Jews DO accept Jesus Christ for EXACTLY who the Bible says he is and God’s word as exact truth. Read up on Messianic Jew(s).
When it comes to any one religion, some will believe this, others will believe that and we all believe you’re spouting off without a clue.
In conclusion, regardless of all of this, God will judge HIS people (as well as every other human being) individually, not as a collective.
P.S. when you do talk, try harder not to sound antisemitic.
 January 26, 2015 at 10:36am
Who the crap is Dropkick Murphy? And yeah, they DO need to stop using this music….IT’S FRICKIN’ AWFUL!