User Profile: jmbreland

Member Since: November 28, 2012


  • [4] October 4, 2016 at 9:25pm

    Maybe people who do fantasy for a living shouldn’t be allowed to express opinions on real world issues. But that would be denying people their First Amendment right to showcase their stupidity, wouldn’t it?

  • [3] July 17, 2015 at 8:25pm

    Well, now that was VERY FEMININE of it….

  • [2] April 21, 2015 at 11:30am

    One day historians will regard our age as one of inexplicable mass delusion and cultural insanity. “Gender can be more complicated than just boys and girls.” Really?? A human being…he or she has either XY or XX chromosomes–nothing in between. Except in the case of birth deformities, he or she has male or female organs–nothing in between. Is it true that some people grow up with a mental confusion between male and female identity? No doubt. Just as people grow up with all sorts of other mental abnormalities. But to take the position that this is in any way related to whether a particular human being is a “male” or a “female” demonstrates a staggering intellectual disconnect–a condition most troubling when it appears among people who are supposed to be leading our society and educating our young.

  • [3] March 17, 2015 at 2:15pm

    Starbucks is free to scribble graffiti on my cup; I’m free to give it back and insist on a clean container that doesn’t insult my intelligence with political demagoguery.

    It hasn’t been lost on me (and many others) that most of the caterwauling about race relations in recent years originates from people who have a vested interest in harnessing the issue for financial or political gain. For the “social justice” crowd, discussions on race relations must begin from the premise that Michael Brown was surrendering and Travon Martin was an innocent, candy-eating kid.

    I don’t participate in conversations that must by definition start from false premises. So I won’t be engaging in Starbucks’ conversation. And I’ll be happy to insist on propaganda-free service when I go there.

  • [4] March 17, 2015 at 3:15am

    I’m all in favor of disbanding the Ferguson Police Department. This is a community that doesn’t deserve policing. Erect T-walls around the place, and let them provide their own vigilante security. And then after a few months the whole problem will be moot.

  • [5] March 3, 2015 at 2:32pm

    Watching the democrats squirm was one of the highlights of the speech. Reminded me of a bunch of roaches who can’t find cracks to crawl into when someone turns on the lights.

  • [4] February 25, 2015 at 1:08pm

    Here’s what would really make my day: Netanyahu speaks to Congress to outline the dangers posed by a nuclear Iran. At the conclusion of his speech he announces: (a) that the Israeli Air Force has taken care of the problem during the previous half hour; and (b) a generous shipment of Depends has been delivered to the White House.

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  • [3] February 25, 2015 at 1:07pm

    That Harf bimbo over at State gives her a close run.

  • [1] February 23, 2015 at 1:37pm

    Well, now. So a Somali terrorist group just happens to threaten attacks on a specific location (I thought only the Obama Administration gave away battle plans in advance) on the same week when the DHS funding controversy comes to a head. Absolutely! Can I have a helping of Arizona beachfront property along with that order?

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  • May 3, 2014 at 7:51pm

    It’s not a issue of fraudulent numbers (although they may very well be false). The real issue is whch numbers are relevant. The number of people not working is vastly different from the number of people who are officially “unemployed.” The number of people not participating in the job market continues to skyrocket. “Unemployment” numbers only account for those who are still looking for jobs. The percentage of people who are not working and not looking is much higher than those deemed “unemployed.”

  • [1] May 1, 2014 at 12:48am

    Sometimes spooning back to people the medicine they’re trying to dispense can be a powerful tool. Folks need to start filing Equal Opportunity complaints and demanding investigations of fools like the administrators at Princeton on grounds that they are illegally discriminating against people based on their gender, ethnicity, religion, etc. EO complaints stall or abort careers. Stir up enough of them, and the idiots might be bothered to get a clue and back off.

  • [1] April 25, 2014 at 9:53am

    So Bundy ruffles feathers among enthusiasts of the “racism” industry. But is he right? Let’s consider the facts. Southern slaves depended on their plantation masters (all democrats, by the way) for food and lodging. Their families were splintered in the slave markets. They had no hope of escape. Emancipation arrived, but then a few decades later, along comes LBJ, master of the government plantation. So today, descendants of the slaves depend on the government for food and lodging. Their families are decimated by government policy. They have no hope of escaping the subsidized poverty cycle. The only different is that the Southern plantations grew cotton. The cash crop on the government plantation is votes.

    So who’s the racist here? Bundy, who questions whether the modern Black family is better off than their enslaved ancestors? Or the political heirs of LBJ, who infamously said of his “war on poverty” scheme, “These Negros, they’re getting pretty uppity these days. Now we’ve got to do something about this, we’ve got to give them a little something. I’ll have those n*****s voting democratic for the next 200 years.”

    The truth may be unpleasant, but it’s still the truth.

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  • February 21, 2014 at 8:34pm

    I sent the Austin PD an email telling them that they have some serious explaining to do.

  • February 21, 2014 at 8:26pm

    Jackboot police thugs like this are going to get killed. And when I sit on the jury of whoever shot them, I’ll vote for a medal instead of a conviction.

  • February 20, 2014 at 8:24pm

    Glenn is absolutely right, and as an officer in the U.S. Army, I’ve been saying it for some time. Obama (and his string pullers) have successfully mounted a bloodless (mostly, so far) coup against the U.S. Constitution. We military officers have sworn an oath to defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. I’m convinced that the day is soon coming when we’ll have to make some hard choices about living up to that oath.

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  • January 29, 2014 at 7:00am

    And you really think the mere purchase of a permit will stop leaches with lawyers from filing lawsuits?

  • December 27, 2013 at 7:01am

    Yes, and German Jews submitted to Hitler’s requirement to wear yellow stars, too.

  • December 26, 2013 at 9:35pm

    As an attorney in the U.S. Army, I can assure you that prayer is alive and well in the military–as it should be and always will be. Last time I was in Iraq, our commander gathered us all around and prayed aloud before every mission. No one objected. All official ceremonies begin and end with an invocation and benediction, and I’ve never attended a unit-sponsored, special event involving a meal (Christmas, Thanksgiving, etc.) that didn’t involve a prayer. In fact, I would relish an encounter with a military official who tried to infringe on religious expression. He would quickly find himself embroiled in every variety of administrative complaint found in this JAG officer’s kit bag.

  • October 28, 2013 at 8:43pm

    You always will find some elements of the church gullible enough–or corrupt enough–to collaborate with evil. Even Hitler has his collaborators among supposedly Christian groups.

  • June 13, 2013 at 10:53am

    Who are the seventy??