User Profile: judyaz


Member Since: April 07, 2011


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  • December 9, 2015 at 11:39pm

    I’m so glad Glenn has chosen to promote this very worthy cause. It is a much-needed humane act to try to stop a genocide, as much as possible. I only wish he had begun in August, not wait until December if it meant more Christians there would die. I never would have wanted this for a “Christmas special” TV show. I feel embarrassed to be a spectator. I would want them to be free to live, as many as possible.

  • December 9, 2015 at 11:24pm

    P.S. How many people will the $12 million your viewers have contributed rescue? Will you please see to it they are?

  • [1] December 9, 2015 at 11:19pm

    I remember when you’d raised $6 million in August and you said families were marked with the sign of the Nazarene for execution the following week if you didn’t get them out. Whatever happened to them and all the marked ones who followed in the subsequent months up until now, before Christmas? How many families have you already rescued? And when were they rescued? Did some suffer while they waited? Oh, yes, please be sure to rescue the first village you went to this week when you said Russia was bombing near the airport and they couldn’t leave that day. Please don’t leave them there if they’ve waited faithfully and in prayer all these months for Christmas to come. Rescue the priest and all his parishioners who managed to survive and avoid capture this long. Please go back and help them.

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  • November 29, 2015 at 7:23pm

    As for more potato-based soups, I hear potatoes especially suck up what’s in the soil (chemical fertilizers, pesticides). But organic potatoes are grown in organic soils.

  • [2] November 29, 2015 at 7:19pm

    If we are what we eat, sounds like we’ll have some fast growing cells in our bodies? Is this farm-raised only? Or does it have fukushima radioactivity too? Does that mean abnormal cells growth will be twice as fast if we eat this fish?

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  • October 17, 2015 at 8:42pm

    I understand your education and training is in biology, not psychology? Perhaps you should go to graduate school, gain an education of clinical diagnoses, and purchase the DSMIV before you diagnose religious people as crazy? You are unqualified and uneducated.

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  • [5] October 17, 2015 at 8:38pm

    Thank you for your service, Mr. James Vernon.

  • October 12, 2015 at 12:39am

    Let’s pray it’s not too late. Karen Hudes, whistleblower and former lawyer for the World Bank and IMF has an idea which may help us all.

  • [-1] October 12, 2015 at 12:37am

    I hope it’s note too late to avoid nuclear war in the Middle East. Karen Hudes, former lawyer for the World Bank and a whistleblower, has an idea. Listen.

  • October 11, 2015 at 11:38pm

    I wonder what Rand Paul or Ted Cruz think about Karen Hudes, former World Bank lawyer, who says we don’t have to have a currency crash and famine if we go onto the gold standard. She offers a solution, and says there’s plenty of gold that rightfully belongs to us and the world. What do you think? Have you even heard about this?

  • October 11, 2015 at 11:34pm

    Is it true, what Drudge of the Drudge Report said this week, that a Supreme Court judge threatened and told him the internet and alternative media will be shut down in two years? Is some of this regulation of the internet and freedom of speech there through the TPP, by misusing copyright laws?

  • October 11, 2015 at 11:29pm

    I would hope we’d have a Speaker of the House who leads Congress to look out for the American people and who is honest. I would like to know if Congress has heard about, and remembers, Karen Hudes, former World Bank lawyer and whistleblower who addressed Congress on this. She says that we could make a safe transition and go on the gold standard if many work together and care. Otherwise, when the currencies crash, there will be famine and disease. Is it true we have a choice? Have you seen her YouTube or website? What do you think?

  • October 11, 2015 at 11:22pm

    A former lawyer for the global World Bank, Karen Hudes, says she’s a whistleblower, and offers an answer to avoid financial crash, and put the world again on the gold standard if we choose to follow the law. What might our Congressional leaders think? It would be good to know if they’ve considered her proposal. Have you seen it? See

  • [1] October 8, 2015 at 10:42am

    The University of Missouri School of Journalism taught that the press and it’s exercise freedom of speech are the most important safeguard to America we have to remain a free nation.
    Also, in 1970, the nation’s top journalism professor, G. Thomas Duffy, told his students that the top story in the nation wasn’t the war (in Vietnam then), but the mafia.
    Forty-five years later, are we now seeing that these were very important words of wisdom for our future?

  • [3] September 16, 2015 at 2:24pm

    Am I missing something? Wasn’t the U.N. scheduled to vote on giving Palestine Statehood yesterday, and making Israel decrease in size to its 1967 borders? Was it decided? Did the U.S. veto it again or did they not? Where’s the news on this issue about dividing Jerusalem?

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  • [3] July 17, 2015 at 11:50am

    How did it happen that the shooting took place and all the media is focusing on it, while quieting out discussions of the peace treaty with Iran this week? And what will come of these “untimely” shootings, increased effort toward gun regulation? Isn’t this what Glenn has talked about?

  • July 16, 2015 at 7:59pm

    What can we do to help?

  • [3] July 16, 2015 at 7:48pm

    So many people take professions where they can act out their unhealthy power and control needs. This poor woman had already been through a divorce and obviously a woman was at her ex-hubnad’s house when the reporters showed up. The police KNOW that domestic violence situations, and they should know that ex-spouses, are not something they should get involved in, much less harass and psychologically abuse the woman. How many ex’s lie and try to set up and hurt the other, whatever way they can? All too many. This was a stupid, stupid, angry, controlling, powerful act on the part of the officer. And surely he noticed she was naked. That just added to his power. It was his lucky day that she’d been traumatized in childhood and bore scars of sexual abuse for him to piggyback on. He should be charged and prosecuted to the full extent of the law. And then he should go for abuse counseling. No one with a personality like that should be a policeman, who is there to protect and defend, especially those who are most vulnerable. Isn’t a naked woman vulnerable? Remember your duty, officer.

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  • [1] May 27, 2015 at 9:54am

    I was told by my town that this is a federally mandated tax. Didn’t Glenn say it is part of U.N. Agenda 21? But now is this another tax on top of the existing one, and for the same thing, taxing us twice? We pay this fee to the city. Now will homeowners pay it again individually? We are already paying it individually, but not as an appraised tax on our individual property. Every resident in my town is required to pay about $32/year for this Storm Water Utility fee, which our town named the Federally mandated tax.

  • May 27, 2015 at 9:49am

    So, what is this about? Is it an additional tax to individual property owners on top of the Storm Water Utility fee that all residents in my town pay for rain water that falls on streets and runs off because it might contain oil or road residue from vehicles? We already have to pay that tax they call a fee. Incidentally, our town doesn’t come even once a year to weed-eat the storm water drainage way, now that they are collecting this $4000/year from our neighborhood. They used to do this faithfully. Are you saying individual property owners will now also be charged another tax for living by a usually dry drainageway in the desert? Just think of how many neighborhoods have ditches, culverts, arroyos, washes, creeks or the developer was required to route heavy rainwater away from home to protect them from flooding. Isn’t every neighborhood required to route the heavy rainwater away from homes? How much tax income is that? And to whom will it go?

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