We have fallen so far as a people, as a nation. I will join you on this day in prayer and fasting. I hope our nation can find The Way again. I think the 8th should be a day of preparing to be soldiers again. Who will your commander be?
 April 19, 2015 at 2:42pm
Are free people obligated to follow unconstitutional laws?
If you don’t believe at this point the government, from top to bottom, needs to be reset; you are deluded.
I’m seeing lots of arguments that they broke the law and should be punished. The law is bad, corrupted. As pointed out Hjoddball the frightening part is how corrupted our public schools have become. They are indoctrination centers, they encourage young kids to get their own families in trouble with the law. This corrupted system we have has so many laws that we all commit a felony almost weekly without evening knowing it. Marijuana is less dangerous than the baby aspirin you took this morning and less addictive than the soda you drank to wash it down. This was a misuse of public money and misappropriation of time and resources. A pathetic example of a group of people giving themselves power and authority and than abusing someone with it.
 April 17, 2015 at 12:19pm
“Those who argue for an increase in the gas tax say the federal government routinely falls several billion dollars short each year of highway funding, in part because more fuel-efficient cars are able to travel longer distances while using less gas.”
Didn’t the government just give out billions to buy and destroy less fuel efficient cars?
I guess it’s time for a new program: Pennies for Priuses
 April 17, 2015 at 10:27am
This should be the top comment on every story.
 April 16, 2015 at 3:00pm
There is something big on the horizon. My suspicion is there is a major false flag in the works that will conveniently disrupt the next election cycle. This is part of it and probably the reason Texas and Utah are considered “enemy states” in an upcoming “training simulation”.
galicant, very good points. I also fear next election will be interrupted. Seem all to possible when looking at the last 6 years with the complete lack of push back by congress or we the people. The hour is getting late.
 April 16, 2015 at 11:40am
Hunters have done more for conservation willingly than the government could ever hope to force it’s serfs to do.
 April 16, 2015 at 11:36am
In the show “The Walking Dead” the main character, Rick, has a set of questions he asks before trusting other people in the post-apocalyptic scenario. He asks how many people a person has killed and why. Whatever you think about the show, there are several great sociological questions raised as the seasons have gone on. There will be a lot of difficult decisions in our future and our children’s future. I hope those Christian warriors among us are preparing not just for difficult situations, but difficult moral decisions as well.
 April 15, 2015 at 10:13am
Keep taking those small steps. I lost 10 pounds by going up 5 flights of stairs 3 times a day 5 days a week for 2 weeks. No other lifestyle changes but adding the stairs. Work out those big muscles because they eat that fat quick. Stairs may not be best for those ankles I understand. When I realized how dangerously out of shape I was, I started stretching every day and that changed everything.
 April 15, 2015 at 7:24am
Seems less like a “trick” and more like Nunez failed to pay attention.
Speaking of paying attention, why does the story call the runner Lindor, while his shirt says Nunez?
 April 14, 2015 at 2:23pm
I wasn’t a big fan of her music until I saw her perform live. She did a full trapeze act while singing. It kind of makes the other pop singers that are lip-syncing while just standing on stage look really pathetic. I gained a new appreciation for her talent. Additionally she is a regular attractive woman.
 April 11, 2015 at 4:17pm
Care to take a guess at the price of a Thanksgiving turkey this fall?
Eat more pork. ;-) Barry wants to change Thanksgiving ... the only thing I will change is the meat if prices go too high.
Care to take a guess what *won't* be on my table this fall?
April 11, 2015 at 4:12pm
“That is the sound of ultimate suffering.” – I.M.
That was the sound of parents and siblings, wailing, inconsolable, heartbroken at the loss of one of their family. From start to finish this never had to happen. Why couldn’t all those cops solve that situation without a death? I wonder how differently this would have happened if the police were not part of the equation. What a tragic day for all involved.
 April 10, 2015 at 10:59am
Interesting how their names for these travesties always seem to be exactly opposite of what they are/do.
The “affordable healthcare act”, for example.
April 9, 2015 at 10:52am
Wasserman Schultz used that comment as a chance to argue that Paul doesn’t want women to have any say in the issue at all, and that the government should decide these questions.
Yeah because the Paul’s are such big government proponents. We all know the lefts strategy, it’s pathetic.
I think that was her point though, trying (and failing) to make him look hypocritical.
April 7, 2015 at 12:19pm
I wonder what form God will visit you in personally during your brief stint as a physical being.
 April 7, 2015 at 12:17pm
I thought so too. I’m going to get an eye chart for the hospital I work in.
 April 6, 2015 at 1:28pm
PTSD is a debilitating inability to compartmentalize memories. When our brains get filled with stuff that is hard to cope with, find meaning to, as a survival mechanism we jam that stuff into a “save for later” file. When the stressful incidents are over our brains go back and try to find purpose for those memories. While we all know the VA is and always has been a joke, the only thing I would add to this article is that having an understanding of the purpose for the suffering is essential in the coping process after the suffering. It always seemed like it would be easier for my grandfathers to justify their actions in WWII, with clear lines between good and evil drawn, than it would be for myself and others to find purpose in our wars.
“our veterans and servicemen are neglected, abused, and abandoned by the very government that recruited them and used them as pieces in their grand game.”
Look at how many of the veterans from WWII were with their PTSD (Shell-shock). You will find that many of them were not able to fit into normal society when they came home. The only thing seems to be to talk to other veterans that have been there, not doctors that have never been near a battlefield. Vietnam was extra hard on veterans with PTSD because you could be in the rice patties and a few hours later walking in the US out of the military.
 April 1, 2015 at 9:09am
Chey told Charisma News, noting that his film is different. ”God is in almost every scene.”
Lets hope so. Let God’s light guide your path and your movie is sure to be good.
The thing is, you just can't see him, just like today.
I wonder who they'll get to play the invisible God ?
 March 30, 2015 at 10:38am
It takes courage to be free.
 March 19, 2015 at 9:59am
So If I get a law passed that says only people with a billion dollars cash can purchase a gun that wouldn’t infringe on a citizens right to own a firearm? Lets just write a law that says nobody can buy guns because purchasing and owning are two different things right?!
Just try thinking for a minute. Seriously, for just a few seconds think about this: Can congress write a law that opposes the Constitution? If you really want to smell the smoke coming out your ears how about you consider if a law, or even the Constitution for that matter, make something right or wrong.