User Profile: jamespubliusmadison

jamespubliusmadison

Member Since: August 06, 2012

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  • November 24, 2014 at 9:00pm

    Maybe that reputation is deserved. Anyone not willing to stand up for their beliefs is part of the problem and personally culpable. People not willing to act face consequences in the real world. Amongst them, losing their job. Heaven forbid you should ever have to find a job outside of education, but who needs someone like you teaching their kid, if they don’t know this basic lesson…

  • [2] November 24, 2014 at 8:33pm

    Speaking of Hitler, why is it that visitors of this site are forced to click on a button that says, “no thanks, i’ll stick to mainstream media” if they don’t want to purchase a subscription to the Blaze tv, or why articles on the Blaze are littered with anywhere from 20-50+ trackers? Apparently ridiculing loyal visitors and invading their privacy passes for moral superiority around here…

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  • [4] November 24, 2014 at 1:18pm

    Just counted 50 after disabling ghostery. 5 from the evil corporation (google) Glenn constantly warns us about, and 4 from the social network (facebook) he’s told us not to share too much information with. I’ve been on the Blaze about this for a long time and they have no response. Apparently, hypocrisy and violating an individuals right to privacy is necessary to keep a business running, just like the federal government…

  • [6] November 22, 2014 at 3:37pm

    It is “overwhelmingly likely” you don’t understand what innocent until proven guilty means. We also a justice system to take care of punishment part. Not an angry mob deciding “it is more than enough for him to be shunned, spit on, and treated like the deviant that he is.”

  • November 20, 2014 at 1:16pm

    The deception (progressives) and misinformation (media) never ends. Executive action (amnesty) disguised as tougher border enforcement and the deportation of criminals (which will never happen), or everything conservatives are demanding. Amnesty will compound the situation ten fold and they have no plan to stop the ensuing flood of illegals who are virtually already Americans (anyone who argues otherwise is a fool). Meanwhile the President is once again dictating to Congress what they must legislate. It doesn’t matter if they pass a bill to seal the border like Fort Knox, or hang illegals who commit crimes on the spot, the Dictator in Chief is in charge of enforcing, or not enforcing the law, so the grand compromise is nothing more than allowing progressives to fundamentally transform the racial makeup of our nation over night #sicsempertyrannis

  • [-3] November 19, 2014 at 3:13am

    First descent song the Blaze has ever recommended. Look out in 2015!

  • [2] November 17, 2014 at 3:47pm

    No, they’ll do the respectable thing and announce it late in the afternoon the day before Thanksgiving while the news media is sleeping. If it were a popular position they wouldn’t have to resort to deception, but Obama will assure us, “This is what the American people wanted.” By the way, Jonathan Gruber and the 6 million dollars he accumulated while working for the government had nothing to do with writing the Affordable Care Act (which 67% of Americans opposed during it’s passing), and the IRS did not flag conservative organizations compared to liberal orgies over 100 to 1 leading up to the 2010 election. “Not a smidgen of corruption”…

  • [4] November 17, 2014 at 4:30am

    FeralAmerican – They aren’t fighting for anything, and they’re vastly outnumbered.

  • [8] November 17, 2014 at 4:22am

    These weren’t private citizens on vacation, business, or sexual escapades (like the secret service). This was a federal agency. The press would have every right to report it’s location and domestic operations, and any individual would have the right to tweet, post, etc. on their whereabouts. Any threat from the government would be a violation of the 1st amendment. The hotel chain can make it’s employees sign anything. That doesn’t make it legal or prove their rights aren’t being violated. I’d send more people to document everything.

  • [10] November 17, 2014 at 4:14am

    The DHS is made up of regular people who can intimidate a private citizen, his family or business, but if the people decide to turn on them, their title and authority is all but diminished, and they’ll become just as scared as the innocent people they harass in the name of the federal government. The federal government only exists because we choose to live in a nation of laws. All the government agencies and all their bullets can’t stop 250 million people from revolting, and restoring liberty. Organize now if you want to prevent such a scenario. It’s worked in Nevada and California…

  • [2] November 15, 2014 at 1:49pm

    Perhaps the CRS needs to be on the receiving end of some mob justice. If the black community doesn’t feel like it has to follow the law or recognize the authority of local law enforcement, why should anyone else allow a federal government agency (with no oversight), and no Constitutional authority to operate in their backyard?

  • [2] November 15, 2014 at 1:43pm

    Reality: Michael Brown’s rights were violated (after he violated the rights of a store owner and law enforcement offer), so we’re (angry mob) going to violate the rights of store owners all over the community for “justice.”

  • [11] November 15, 2014 at 1:36pm

    Absolutely, and who promises special treatment to certain groups (subverts the Constitution and our laws) in exchange for votes?

  • [5] November 14, 2014 at 4:50pm

    Couldn’t have been said better.

  • November 14, 2014 at 4:34pm

    Touch Turtle – When he decided to invite the outside world into their relationship, he opened them up to criticism. TakeItHome didn’t wish them ill, he just stated the truth. It’s a moment that should be kept private or with family and/or friends. Speculating the marriage will fail is no different than predicting it will last “for a whole lifetime!” Maybe your support jinxed that scenario, or maybe the won’t even make it to their wedding day. The odds are somewhere in the middle. However, they won’t have a television audience to support them through their ups and downs…

  • [9] November 14, 2014 at 4:22pm

    Shouldn’t a marriage proposal be an intimate moment between two people? For the people asking how men can compete with this 1) Marriage isn’t reality television 2) Any man who feels compelled to go to these lengths in order to impress their fiance and receive undue attention, will likely help contribute to the growing divorce rate numbers before his 5th anniversary. At which point the gesture will look rather stupid…

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  • [1] November 14, 2014 at 2:45pm

    If they’re doing the right thing, but for the wrong reasons, isn’t it better than them refusing to compromise or accept the results of the election? If their constituents continue to vote for them, it’s on we the people, not the federal government.

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  • [1] November 14, 2014 at 2:39pm

    Yeah, those Representatives were most likely from the rural areas of New York and Illinois, but I’m not sure Tom Steyer has the same power as 12 blue to purple state Senators. It’s all hypothetical, but if 6 blue to purple states did align north to south somewhere in the union and wanted to build a pipeline (needed it economically), Republicans would not object to passing the legislation, and Barry would have no choice, but to sign.

  • [4] November 14, 2014 at 2:05pm

    Isn’t the real story how many representatives from blue states voted in favor of the project, rather than the ones from Texas? The Keystone pipeline runs through all red states, so there’s a reason the Obama administration wasn’t feeling pressured into signing off on it. If they were blue states it would have been a done deal long ago. Progressivism 101: It’s okay to hurt the country if it will also hurt conservatives and Republicans…

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  • [2] November 14, 2014 at 4:18am

    I wouldn’t trust this guy with my television remote, and left’s leaders (always looking to serve the poor and downtrodden) put him charge of our entire nation’s health care…

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