User Profile: JQuentinEvermann

JQuentinEvermann

Member Since: June 06, 2012

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  • [2] November 24, 2014 at 6:04pm

    Unless Jar Jar makes a comeback, it can’t be worse than Lucas’ butchering of his own franchise.

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  • [4] November 23, 2014 at 5:07pm

    Haven’t you seen the new targets for DHS and local LE? They are of seniors, pregnant women, children, etc. And no, this isn’t a joke. Google “dhs no hesitation targets” if you want to see who the government is training its agents to shoot.

  • [347] November 23, 2014 at 1:18am

    Today I learned that “Mexican” is a race.

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  • [255] November 20, 2014 at 7:35pm

    Maybe it should be a new law that for each citizen killed by an illegal, members of the federal legislature, judiciary and executive branches are to draw lots…the “winner” to be executed in a live streaming event online.

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  • [6] November 18, 2014 at 11:22pm

    Well, two Wongs do make it white.

  • [1] November 13, 2014 at 11:56am

    And to prove they’re serious, the first 72 callers will receive 1/10th gram of pure silver, worth nearly 5 cents!

  • [2] November 12, 2014 at 2:23pm

    Not to be a jerk, but they would be correct. He was crossing in an area he should not have been. While the care shouldn’t have taken the chance of making that turn, you can see him correct course when he realizes the pedestrian is standing there, putting him in the path of the truck longer than originally calculated.

  • [2] November 10, 2014 at 11:39pm

    @TexasGranny

    Don’t forget about non-Christian teachers! They should all be fired also! And teachers that don’t agree with Gay marriage…fire them too! And heaven forbid there be a teacher that isn’t an open feminist! I say we start cleaning house! Get rid of all those coloreds and Jews too…YEEHAW!

    But seriously, as a fellow Texan, I say this from the bottom of my heart: take your thought police mentality and please, move out of my state ASAP.

  • [2] November 10, 2014 at 11:27pm

    @Quincy

    I think the girl should have been arrested for making an illegal recording. Once it was out, I don’t think the league should have had the authority to force the sale of his team, especially when it was co-owned with his estranged wife. That whole situation was fubar.

    @dasbunker

    I’m’ sorry to see you side with liberals who think free speech should only be allowed when it doesn’t offend. No, I wouldn’t want my kids in this classroom, and so I would make a call to the school and change that. But you are talking about the government controlling someone’s speech, outside of work. You are actually calling for government to control speech. In case you miss my point, YOU ARE CALLING FOR THE GOVERNMENT TO CONTROL A CITIZEN’S SPEECH!

    The Constitution allows people to do and say things you don’t agree with. This is the problem with a 2 party system; both camps want a government that can control what you do and say and think, just so long as what they allow aligns with what you want to do and say and think.

    Seriously, man, rethink your stance on freedom; right now, you’re on the wrong side of the law, of liberty, of the Constitution.

  • [30] November 10, 2014 at 5:39pm

    @Rpaddymac

    You make a great point that school teachers should not be government employees. Schools should be privately run and if taxes for their existence must be levied, then a voucher program is certainly called for.

    Secondly, as a government employee (local/state government, that is), her employer is the government itself. If we allow government employees to have their social lives monitored/controlled by their employer, then we are allowing the government to control their actions, speech, thoughts, etc.

    This seems like a very dangerous shift toward an Orwellian future. Don’t fall for it. Let the parents work this out with the school itself.

  • [8] November 10, 2014 at 5:31pm

    Yes, she is an employee of the school district, and if this was done while at work or from a school computer, yes, fire her. If, however, this was done from home or on her phone while off the clock, then again, we must be very careful when coming to a determination regarding her termination.

    If we allow employers to fire people for what they do when not at work, we are effectively giving employers the ability to control all aspects of our lives. If she is a government worker, then we are giving the government the power to control all aspects of our lives!

    No, I would not want my child in her class. And a single phone call to the school will fix that problem. And when every parent has called and expressed the same opinion, then she can be fired for the inability to perform her job. But I don’t have a child in her class, nor do you, so we are not the ones to make this call.

    I am simply warning everyone that this is EXACTLY the type of speech protected by our founders, as unpopular and disgusting as we all know it to be. Condemn her if you want, I certainly have, but do not allow this government to claim itself as a righteous warden of everyone’s social life. Surely you can see the line that would cross.

  • [9] November 10, 2014 at 5:16pm

    @ Chuck

    I was agreeing with an assessment as to the reasons for the outrage, not with the validity of the threatened actions against this woman.

    We have freedom of speech. Only recently has “speech” come to mean seemingly everything but speech itself. This woman made a statement that was available to the public. She also works in a right-to-work state, so she can honestly be fired for any/no reason. But to fire someone for expressing their opinion, while breaking no laws, is wrong.

    She said something stupid and racist, and her quality of work should be questioned and reviewed, but to fire someone because their ideology is different than that of an employer is a very dangerous bridge to cross.

    What if your employer decided that you voted the wrong way, so fired you? Or if you were overheard in a restaurant talking about religion and it was a different viewpoint than your employer? Should you be fired then?

    What I am saying is that freedom of speech specifically protects unpopular opinions. If it only protected popular opinions, the expressed right of free speech would be entirely unnecessary.

  • [16] November 10, 2014 at 4:50pm

    @East

    I agree completely. Especially since she is Black, which gives her an upper hand when criticizing what has become a racial debate rather than one of police tactics. Even still, racist or not, she is entitled to her opinion.

    Being racist isn’t a crime, and we should be careful when supporting those with the opinion that it is. Racism is natural and should be tolerated, just as we tolerate homosexuality, feminism, voting rights for the uneducated, etc.

    If we allow racism to become a criminal taboo, then we have effectively offered our tongues as sacrifice on the alter of political correctness.

  • [25] November 10, 2014 at 4:47pm

    Agreed. It is time we take a serious look at why we continue to give tax dollars to the government when it supports the indoctrination of our children by racists, Marxists, federalists, etc.

    While this woman is entitled to her (wrong) opinions, schools should be careful when hiring people like this. I hope her attitude doesn’t come through in the classroom, but something tells me it does.

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  • [137] November 10, 2014 at 4:44pm

    As much as I hate to say this, and I honestly do HATE saying it, I don’t think she should be fired or even suspended.

    While her statement is disgusting, racist, and entirely wrong (as is her way of thinking), what the hell are we condoning if we support the firing of someone for having an opinion different than our own.

    When the riots/race war begins, she’ll just be another target. Until then, she’s just a dumb b*tch with an opinion we can all agree is reprehensible.

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  • [-18] November 10, 2014 at 3:54pm

    While I agree that there is a systemic war on Christianity in the U.S., I also don’t believe that college campuses are where anybody would expect to find a sympathetic ear toward any religion. I don’t understand the love of Islam to be sure, but colleges teach higher education, critical thinking, math and science and factual information.

    Religion has always been a way to control the less educated masses; from before the time of Moses, religion expressed laws that promoted procreation and reduced violence against those of the same belief. Religion is not taken seriously on college campuses for the same reason Cinderella isn’t taken seriously.

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  • [14] November 8, 2014 at 2:55pm

    Not even trying to hide what the Blaze has become…this is a repost from TMZ!

    I guess it is easier than doing an expanded or updated story from earlier in the week.

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  • [4] November 8, 2014 at 11:27am

    It seems that the Blaze staff is about 5 years behind on the internet. I am waiting to see them post the NumaNuma or something.

    Seriously, this isn’t news or even new!

  • [41] November 5, 2014 at 4:20pm

    I cannot wait to “come out of the closet” as a gun owner. I’m tired of having to hide my gun, to wear a jacket on a cool (not cold) day. I’m tired of leaving my shirt tail out so that I don’t accidentally “print.”

    I also make western holsters and gun belts, so it will be nice to be able to show off my work while walking around town. This could be HUGE for my business!

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  • [50] November 5, 2014 at 4:03pm

    This happened to me on a relatively long stretch of one way road in Houston, except it was washing machines blocking the road. I backed up about 300 yards to a cross over and went the other way, stopped the first cop I found (he was very agitated that I approached his car and started grilling me about why I was out so late, if I had been drinking/doing drugs, etc.) Finally, I said, “I think this is a roadblock set up by a gang to carjack or rob somebody. It is my responsibility to notify the police, and it is your responsibility to do something about it.”

    He thought about that for a second then got in his car to go check it out without saying a word.

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