User Profile: jamespubliusmadison

jamespubliusmadison

Member Since: August 06, 2012

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  • [6] October 24, 2014 at 1:20pm

    How many brain cells does it take to run a peewee football league? If a team has 32 points and they score again in any fashion (safety, field goal, touchdown) they’re going to go over 33 points. Any one with common sense would realize that’s within the 33 point mercy rule. It seems like whoever concocted this rule was in it for the $500 payday, and everyone else signed off on it knowingly or unknowingly…

  • [2] October 22, 2014 at 6:07pm

    Yeah, it’s an oldie, but a goodie :)

  • [8] October 22, 2014 at 6:03pm

    It’s all fun and games until everyone eventually comes to the realization that we can’t defeat an enemy that’s targeting us individually, picking people off one by one with lone wolf attacks or in small groups, if we’re not also seeking them out (identifying them) independently of law enforcement, state militia and the federal government. If this starts to spread, we had all better be prepared to get serious instead of the inevitable panic that comes from dismissing a threat and seeing blood in the streets. This has always been the goal of Islam. It’s not new…

  • [2] October 22, 2014 at 5:55pm

    Will the good people stand up and re-elect Mitch McConnell again? Is that defeating evil? If Republicans control the Senate and defeat Obama’s agenda, who’s going to defeat the progressive Republican Senate’s agenda? The problem isn’t which party controls the Senate, it’s the fact that any party is allowed to control the Senate! Each state is suppose to have equal representation in that House. Instead the majority party rules over us. Nothing short of a Convention of States is going to solve our problems. I agree with your assessment, but if the progressives in the Democrat party don’t destroy us, the progressives in the Republican party will. Albeit a little more slowly…

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  • [4] October 22, 2014 at 5:46pm

    That’s a loooong video for an old man like me. Can you cut that down to 30 seconds, or summarize it in 140 characters?

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  • [4] October 22, 2014 at 5:39pm

    I fully expect Glenn to eventually provide his services to Hillary’s presidential campaign. The we can’t win in 2016 attitude, so just concede to Clinton is becoming rather tiresome. This Republic won’t survive another 5 years of progressive rule, so I hope he’s cancelled all his grand plans of making movies, theme parks and chocolate factories, because we all know how well socialism and economic prosperity get along…

  • October 22, 2014 at 5:31pm

    Maybe one day we can live in a world where news articles don’t feature any facts or descriptions or commentary. Tweets and Vines are the only information we need. Great re-reporting of events on social media!

  • [5] October 22, 2014 at 1:22pm

    Harry’s right. Here in Virginia we have restricted free speech zones where signatures must be collected. Everyone is allowed to sign a petition as long as it’s within a 5 foot circle located 10 feet in front of any County Courthouse (daylight hrs of course, so every individual can be captured on surveillance video). The signee must then hold up the petition, so the camera can zoom in on the title of the petition, and a County official records the data. Anyone who signs a petition that “discriminates” is banned from signing petitions for life. It can be a little inconvenient, but it’s the price we pay for leading the way on the equality front. Ensuring everyone has liberty like our founders intended…

  • [1] October 20, 2014 at 12:47pm

    Wendy’sHere – Right, the two token liberals here can’t even agree on whether nor not there is any mention of homosexuality in the Bible. One’s probably never read the Bible, or doesn’t understand what sodomy means, and the other clearly interprets the book to fit his own ideology. Homosexual acts are a sin, no more or less than prostitution, adultery, etc. except they (homosexuals) are committing to it for a lifetime without repent. They should be welcomed into the church just like any other person, and treated the same, but unless the church is willing to compromise on every other sin, same sex marriage should never be allowed.

  • [2] October 17, 2014 at 2:02pm

    You make some fine points, albeit completely off topic. There was no mention in the article of whipping people into a frenzy in order to benefit an agenda. Recently FOX news has been whipping everyone into a frenzy over Ebola, and they’re not completely wrong in doing so. If the disease isn’t controlled in America, we could see thousands of deaths, if not more. The people in government need to be held accountable if they’re not doing everything to prevent that scenario. Russell Brand, however, wasn’t referring to any of this. He was accusing FOX of manipulating statistics to fit their point of view. It’s okay when MSNBC, CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, etc. to do the same because it fits his point of view. We all know the numbers can be manipulated to make the case for anyones point of view, so this is a useless debate.

  • October 16, 2014 at 2:07pm

    For compassion to prevail

  • October 16, 2014 at 2:03pm

    Compassion is the right answer, but you can’t reason with an angry mob. When these useful idiots awaken to find out they’ve been sold down the river by their “allies” and the other side wants their head will it be too late?

  • [2] October 16, 2014 at 1:29pm

    All the lies in the world couldn’t ensure Jay Carney was protected from Ebola like the global elites, so he’s in the same boat as us now. Should we sell him down the river, or show him compassion like the Christians the Obama administration wants and needs eliminated in order to complete the fundamental transformation. Whether that means death from Ebola or forced denial (the muslim way)…

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  • [4] October 16, 2014 at 12:16pm

    Yes, they need to be held accountable, but this is the worst possible time to start attacking all we have in place for combatting infectious diseases. We all know the government can’t run anything, but who’s going to take their place on such short notice in the middle of an ebola scare? We should start turning this job over to private companies who’s employees actually have to prove their worth, rather than rely on people who are paid with our (taxpayer) money no matter how poor their job performance. The government provides no incentive to do anything well, much like socialism. At least we have people in the private sector (this nurse), willing to speak out without fear of reprimand…

  • [5] October 16, 2014 at 12:00pm

    Why do we transport these people to major population centers (Omaha, Atlanta, etc.), instead of setting up a facility at a remote location in order to reduce the risk of the disease spreading, rather than the complete opposite? They also just happen to be in red states, much like the delivery of illegal immigrants… coincidence?

  • [1] October 15, 2014 at 4:23pm

    Feldman also said on a separate occasion, “If someone is speaking from the pulpit and it’s political speech, then it’s not going to be protected.”

    So the 1st amendment spells out that leaders of faith can only speak about religious matters within the church? They can’t have an opinion about politics (which can encompass basically every aspect of life) shaped by a holy book (which is essentially a guide on how to live life), or else face consequences from a government sworn to uphold the Constitution (liberty)?

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  • [21] October 14, 2014 at 1:34pm

    Why are there majority and minority whips in the Senate? Aren’t Senators suppose to vote for what’s in the best interest of their state, not what’s in the best interest of their political party?

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  • [2] October 14, 2014 at 1:29pm

    Of course America is sexist (more so than racist) once we’ve had a black president for two terms and the Democrat’s next most electable candidate for president is a woman. This is some real clever reverse psychology on Alex Baldwin’s part, but the left will predictably use it… LOL

  • [-10] October 6, 2014 at 7:56pm

    Class Act? BS. Who’s in this for the attention, that little girl or the Patriots cheerleaders/organization, because this gesture isn’t going to cure her cancer? Hate on my comment all you want, but this is the same as all the idiots who wear pink for breast cancer “awareness” (like we didn’t know it existed, and pink has cancer curing capabilities), and worse yet, the ice bucket challenge…

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  • [1] October 6, 2014 at 7:52pm

    The-Monk

    You forget who’s running things. They get training over there and then the Muslim in Chief welcomes them back so they can declare jihad on America. The people within the administration are intelligent regardless of their ideology. The FBI director might have to follow the policies they set, but he also knows what the consequences are. Why do we let them off the hook with incompetence as an excuse? These are intentional tactics designed to threaten all of us…

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