User Profile: Former11BRAVO


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  • [3] November 3, 2015 at 7:11am

    It’s my understanding there was another “lost” amendment against “titles of nobility”.

    As I recall, it was the original 14th amendment and it was intended to prevent foreign influence (particularly of the British Crown and Bank of England) and dual allegiances and applied mostly to those practicing law. It was passed just before the US Civil War and copies of the Constitution/BOR’s from that era include it – yet, it magically disappears from post Civil War copies.

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  • February 26, 2015 at 6:54pm

    Exactly. Were it to zip radically and rapidly from one location to another, well…. That’d be different.

    But, hovering static in the air? Uh-uh. Not buying it!

  • [4] February 26, 2015 at 6:23pm

    The fact is, if .gov can get away with this crap, it can ban ANY .223/5.56 ammo because it will ALL pass through a level I vest if fired from a pistol – at least, I’d sure think it would.

    Heck! A lowly .22 fired from a carbine will zip through a level I vest like it’s not even there! There can be no doubt this is a move to disarm law-abiding citizens. M855 is cheap – AND relatively inaccurate, too. But it’s inexpensive and abundant – and therein lies the “problem”. As for the effectiveness of M855 on flesh, it’s not even in the same league as JHP ammo, nor does it perform as well as FMJ. That’s why this must be stopped – IMMEDIATELY. If they get away with this, we’re screwed.

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  • September 5, 2014 at 6:19am

    Like so many others, this article is so poorly written that it’s neigh onto impossible to determine which “side” of the global warming argument this “Nobel Prize winning doctor” is on!

    The headline assets one thing – the article, the opposite. WTH, Blaze? :-(

  • [1] August 26, 2014 at 8:01pm

    I checked out the link, but . . . no cedar?

    I loved pulling stuff out of my grandmother’s old cedar trunk. The smell was terrific and it seemed impervious to bugs and mildew (and the like) too – although, it has been a long time, so I may be wrong about that last part! I DO know there was a reason beyond the smell that cedar was so popular, though.

    Nonetheless, the trunks look awesome! Good for you! Best of luck in your new endeavor!

  • [1] August 8, 2014 at 9:52am

    Where does the Blaze gets the people it calls “writers”? That’s what I’d like to know!

    It’s even more baffling than the (apparent) fact that used cig filters can be singed into superconductors!

    Grammatically, this story (like so many others) is practically incoherent. The Blaze editor(s) and staff should be shamed of themselves.

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  • [1] July 27, 2014 at 7:49am

    The NYT’s may be advocating legal MJ for reasons they share with lefties (using it as an intoxicant and the enormous tax-revenue to be collected from its sale).

    However, there are more than enough legitimate, valuable, highly-productive/beneficial reasons for legalizing this remarkably useful and versatile plant. Sadly, the potential uses are so numerous there’s insufficient room here, in this forum, to even begin to list (let alone, explain) them. Nonetheless, they exist and it takes little more than a cursory internet search to find countless sources of valid information regarding industrial hemp use(s).

    End prohibition? Yes. But, let’s end the ignorance too – and take advantage of a golden opportunity to revolutionize US industry and, thereby, revitalize our economy. If we don’t someone else will. Of that you can be sure!

  • [6] June 6, 2014 at 7:33pm

    Personally, I think it’s beautiful.

    But, of course, I still look at Old Glory and see her for what she was – not the corrupt, welfare state she’s come to represent today.

  • [-2] June 4, 2014 at 10:39am

    The ONLY way there would have been a First Amendment violation (regarding this principle’s speech) would have been if he’d been prevented from giving it!

    I swear, the lies never end!

  • [3] May 21, 2014 at 6:18am

    The list is bogus.

    Rob Halford (of Judas Priest) has an unbelievable range and makes Axle Rose look like a chump. And where’s Sebastian Bach?

  • May 17, 2014 at 8:06am

    I think I’d have to go with the biker dude.

    He sounds like he’s actually done something worthwhile and, unlike any-other politician I’ve ever heard of, tells it like it is. That dooms him, of course. But, it sure would be refreshing to know there’s a straight-shooter running the show . . . somewhere. :-/

  • [-1] May 14, 2014 at 6:43pm

    I’ll tell you straight, Glenn. As aggravating as your newfound pacifism has become, it pales next to your (and the majority of your members’) views on religion/matters of Faith. Yeah, I heard you deriding those of us who believe in the evolution of humanity, yesterday – and I’ve really just about had enough. Please, do yourself – and your loyal, long-time listeners – a favor and stick to American history and exposing the extreme danger represented by progressivism!

    Seriously, pal. You’re becoming quite the bore and apparently believe you’ve Blaze subscribers to spare.

    Trust me: you don’t.

  • May 1, 2014 at 7:10am

    It’s finally becoming accepted scientifically that a diet high in grains is detrimental to overall health. All the grains (and other high-carb foods) we consume are why we’re weaker, have more inflammation, auto-immune disorders and much, much smaller jaws than our forebears (we shouldn’t need to have our wisdom teeth removed – much less, other permanent teeth!). Evidence shows autism, Asperberger’s Syndrome and even Altzeimer’s may very well be related to the crap we put in our mouths too.

    Everyone – and I do mean everyone – should check out the Paleo-Diet (aka: the caveman diet) to learn about proper human nutrition and a healthy lifestyle. It’s hardly PC (as it’s high in animal protein), but it’s based on how we lived and evolved and, therefore, lacks all the high-carb poison in the common, modern, western diet. Humans are primarily carnivores and until we go back to eating like our ancestors did, thousands of years ago, we’ll continue to degrade physically AND mentally.

  • April 30, 2014 at 5:57pm

    Hey Blaze!

    Your stock photo shows .22 caliber ammo. The US military doesn’t use .22′s! No armed forces do!

    Not only that, the rounds in the pic are bare lead! ALL military ammo is copper/copper-alloy-jacketed!


  • April 28, 2014 at 6:02pm

    Care to expand on that?

    Are you referring to the cameras//mics supposedly installed in flat-screens? Or, something else? Cuz those transmit over the power lines, not wireless, a I recall – although I might be FOS (mistaken)! :-O

  • April 20, 2014 at 10:47am

    @SoSorryFor You:

    That crap was federal blackmail – forcibly put in place (under threat) when Nevada solicited to become a state. It is, on its face – to anyone with even half a brain – utterly absurd that a state constitution would, so blatantly, abdicate its own authority to the federal government and consent to tyranny, under any/all circumstances!

  • April 17, 2014 at 6:53pm

    Why is it almost never mentioned that TWO SCOTUS cases have determined that police are under NO OBLIGATION to protect ANYONE during an “emergency”? They have a mandate ONLY to protect “the public at large” – not individuals under imminent threat by other individuals!!!!

    If cops show up in time and save you . . . great! Give ‘em a medal and buy ‘em a beer! But, understand they are NOT REQUIRED to do so. Only then will you understand the absolute importance of self-reliance and the critical, personal necessity of our 2A Rights (regarding self-defense).

  • April 16, 2014 at 10:26am

    Confederates AND Lincoln!

    I’d sure like to know what’s REALLY going on here, too. Could he really be a faux patriot – more concerned with fortune than sacred honor?

  • April 16, 2014 at 10:22am

    I wholeheartedly agree.

    However, as of this moment, we haven’t had a Lexington/Concorde-type event (thank Heaven!). Should the BLM/federal law enforcement return to the Bundy’s and become violent (over a civil judgement – wholly unacceptable!), that may be the moment: the modern “shot heard ’round the world”.

    Until then (or something similar), we must remain vigilant and hold fast. He who fires first, loses IMHO.

  • April 16, 2014 at 10:14am

    That’s from the Declaration, bro – not the constitution.

    Just sayin’. ;-)

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