User Profile: HonorTheOath


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  • [-1] September 22, 2015 at 7:03am

    Okay, so who used the word “tenants” instead of “tenets?”

    Was it Dr. Carson, a man smart enough to operate on the brains of children?

    Or was it the journalism major, expert in english and grammar who HAS ONE JOB TO DO, THE ACCURATE TRANSMISSION OF FACTUAL INFORMATION?

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  • [40] September 20, 2015 at 7:42am

    Such an obvious trial run. He didn’t build the clock- he bought a radio shack clock (Micronta motherboard) and just took the guts out and re-installed them in a sketchy case. He insisted on plugging it in in a class lab where it “blinked and beeped” with a countdown timer display. He REFUSED TO ANSWER QUESTIONS when asked by school authorities to explain . . . and precipitated the LEOs being called. And then refused to cooperate with the LEOs until he got all the cell camera footage he needed.

    The word “obliviot” is an apt one here. “Brainz” indeed.

  • [4] September 20, 2015 at 7:25am

    Toolmark identificatin is notoriously unreliable. Hope they have a lot more than just a “match” to the gun.

    In double blind studies with sequentially numbered barrels, “experts” mis-identify more times than they correctly identify.

    Junk science people. Any good defense attorney with access to peer-reviewed scientific studies on so-called “ballistic matching” will tear that crap apart. And DNA? Of course his DNA is on the weapon OJ. HE USED TO OWN IT! What about all the other DNA found on the gun? Have they identified EVERYBODY who EVER handled the gun? Nope.

  • [6] August 27, 2015 at 6:45am

    Actually, you are confusing Trump with our current socialist meme about the evil “man keeping you down.”

    Trump is actually pretty much universally loved and respected by his employees. His generosity to those harmed by cold business decisions is PERSONAL (like writing big checks from his personal bank account to those laid off to save the company) and not ******** like the typical progressive redistributive “chairty through taxation” and “crony socialism” nonsense.

    So did your shop steward tell you to post this Komrade?

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  • [2] August 27, 2015 at 6:35am

    Aside from the fact that their backgrounds, world views, values, and capabilities are totaly different- 180 degrees apart from each other actually (hmmm “wealth creator” and “wealth redistributor” are pretty much the same thing? “Builder” and “Destroyer” are the same, right?).

    Yeah, other than being completely WRONG I guess you have a point . . .

  • [5] August 27, 2015 at 6:19am

    Hmmm. Need to add “don’t know squad about CQB” to your resume.

  • [13] August 27, 2015 at 6:10am

    I feel for this mans loss. To lose a child is the most unimaginable horror. In his grief, however, he is misunderstanding WHY his daughters life was taken.
    Louis Farrakhan. Jesse Jackson. Al Sharpton. Cornell West. The leadership of the “racial grievance industry” put the evil in that murderers heart. For generations, people of color have been told that every misfortune of a normal life (and, not for nothing, bad personal choices and a dysfunctional culture) is the result of “Racism.” Hit a redlight? Racism. Bad SAT scores? Racism. Arrested for shoplifting? Racism. Low FICO score? Racism. Bad GPA? Racism. Burned your toast? Racism. People of color- especially urban youth- are Americas Palestinians.
    Next up- suicide vests, mortar attacks on schools and churches, and roadside IEDs. No amount of forgiveness and preferential treatment will ever be enough to compensate for constant, daily, drip drip drip of hate.

  • [2] August 25, 2015 at 6:44am

    The next president is going to be Jim Webb. All else is a side show. Webb is the perfect Manchurian Candidate; Soros and the CPUSA/DNC leadership know they turned up the frog water just a mite too fast. Webb is the “operational pause” needed to consolidate their gains.

    The communist leadership might be delusional when it comes to their platform, but they play to win.

  • August 21, 2015 at 10:58am

    You guys who think the DNC machine will ge so stupid as to nominate fauxcahantas or Bernie Lenin are smoking crack. The intelligentsia realizes they need an “operatinal pause” to consolidate gains and let the sheeple go back to being sleeple.

    Jim Webb is our next president. Done deal. You heard it here first.

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  • [1] August 17, 2015 at 7:22am

    Lots of similarities to the F16 pilot who speared a skyhawk in NC a couple of months back.

    “See and Avoid” doesn’t work when your schnozz is stuck in technology.

    We need more Pilots and fewer SysAdmins driving these high performance aircraft.

  • August 17, 2015 at 7:19am

    “Pilot Controlled” airport. No such thing as an “uncontrolled” airport (tho many of them seem to be!)

  • August 17, 2015 at 7:16am

    Sabreliner probably flying an instrument approach under VMC. Wasn’t even looking out the window and speared the VFR Skyhawk.

    The key is going to be was the Skyhawk using Flight Following? What traffic advisories was the Sabreliner receiving? Did the Sabreliner cancel IFR too early and not get advisories/separation during a long final?

    Yeah “speculation” at this point is bogus . . . but right now it is leaning toward crew error on the Sabreliner; failure to “see and avoid” (irrespective of their flight rules status guessed at above) in any case.

    Cue the hue and cry about “uncontrolled airspace” and the need to Do Something in 3-2-1 . . .

  • [6] August 17, 2015 at 6:59am

    Scam alert. I am reminded of the episode from the civil war when a single donkey fell off a bridge.

    The Loss Report filed at the time would have us believe the donkey was carrying every lost/missing/stolen item from the unit over the last year . . .

    How convenient the aircraft was carrying so much money; all in cash of course!

    That part of the world is a kleptocracy. They might not have invented fraud, but they perfected it!

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  • [1] August 17, 2015 at 6:56am

    Why not? We can build a “human secure-environmentally friendly” barrier easily enough. A layered system with multiple technologies. I’ve hiked/camped in Big Bend and the natural terrain actually makes it EASIER there than in other border areas.

    As to the obliviots in the Park Service and the EPA running their knee-jerk ctrl-alt-protest meme, well, that jackassery is to be expected but does not change the reality. Border fence at 95%+ denial rate is not that difficult. Keeping the phonies and ignotards at bay while it is built is a different matter entirely.

  • [1] August 17, 2015 at 6:30am

    My first openly gay friend (high school) responded in a very insightful way during our discussions on whether or not to “come out” (in the late 1970s):

    “Where else can you join an elite club with special privileges and members who ‘take care of each other’ through preferential treatment, with a reputation for intelligence and taste, all the while being able to retreat into victimhood with the full love and support of the media any time you don’t get what you want?”

    His point was compelling. He was initially more bi-curious but got chickenhawked by a corporate banker and never looked back. Any time he needs an inside deal, favoratism in government contracts, lower mortgage rates, or just needs something he doesn’t like to “go away” he just plays the gay victim courage card.

    He viewed “choosing the lifestyle” as a path of least resistance/way to gain advantage over others. A very successful, wealthy man. And a “triple secret handshake” insider in the LGBTQ power structure. He uses the phrase “Gay Mafia” without a touch of irony.

  • [1] August 13, 2015 at 7:14am

    For multiple and compelling examples of “dumb young voters” I present Exhibit A: the plethora of paid Soros trolls that have taken over The Blaze.

    Captain Obvious strikes again . . .

  • [1] August 13, 2015 at 7:13am

    “Cronyism” is a key tenet of government controlled socialism, not capitalism.

    Quite the cultural coup to mislable Crony Socialism as Crony Capitalism! Once again, “opposite day” for the communist fifth column in the west.

    Market based capitalism is the greatest engine of wealth generation and freedom from want humankind has ever developed. Truly “power to the people” and doesn’t need government monopoly on violence to enforce.

  • [1] August 13, 2015 at 7:07am

    Since the 1960s, the sole purpose of organized labor is to drive the price of labor above it’s market value. Let that sink in for a minute. It’s a pretty irrefutable fact. Everything they do (including supporting communists for public office) is focused on that one objective.

    So now we must answer the most important question: what are the economic effects of paying MORE for one of the fundamental inputs of wealth creation than it is worth? Secondary questions: what are economic effects of using government force to sustain an artificial MONOPOLY on one of the fundamental inputs to wealth creation?

  • [5] August 13, 2015 at 6:49am

    Spot on. You can have “equality of opportunity” OR “equality of outcome.”

    You cannot have both. The socialist democracies of europe have been trying to get those parallel lines to meet since the end of WWI.

    Of course, they have been getting away with it because the USA (“other peoples money”) has been subsidizing their Noble Social Experiment from day one.

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  • August 13, 2015 at 6:46am

    We already know what works. Stop and Frisk, for example. Profiling. Liberal CHL for the law abiding. Enforce existing laws and crack down on the ILLEGAL black market gun trade. Those are all “first order” solutions.

    Second order solutions include voter ID and scrubbing voter registrations. Dismantle the entitlements hammock. Crack down on EBT/SNAP fraud. Cut unemployment “insurance” [sic] “benefits” to 24 months.

    Of course, Dr. Carson would never support any of these common sense measures. Love him as a human being but he has been steeped in progressive nostrums for much of his life. The medical community as a whole leans a bit to the left of Karl Marx.

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