User Profile: judyaz


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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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  • May 21, 2015 at 12:04pm

    “First they came for the evangelists, and I said nothing.”
    Not sure what N4 is. State owned University? Other Government run agency? Although I may not always agree with all parts of this church’s doctrine or pressure to conform to their beliefs, I do not find them much different than any other church. All have teachings, doctrines, ways they try to lead people hopefully for the better. Evangelism is about evangelizing. But that’s why our Constitution guarantees freedom to worship as we choose, even if his parents didn’t like it. Our Father has many mansions and there are many paths to knowing Him, many faiths, many ways.

  • May 21, 2015 at 11:53am

    “First they came for the evangelists, and I said nothing” –
    Whether or not you agree with the religious practices and even doctrines of an Tucson faith church, is this an infringement on our freedom to worship as we choose? His parents didn’t like what his church influenced their adult son to do, commit his life to their mission and not complete college. So the Government has become involved?

  • [1] May 12, 2015 at 12:58pm

    Here’s a local tv news story today asking for people to provide more supplies and aid to illegals passing through Tucson.

  • [2] May 12, 2015 at 12:53pm

    What will happen to our petrodollar if we give Iran concessions that allow them to fund militias against Sunnis and Israel?

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  • May 12, 2015 at 12:48pm

    U.S. tries to answer to U.N. about human rights violations

  • [10] May 8, 2015 at 5:05pm

    I don’t think anyone even wishes to insult the Prophet. It’s not about that. It’s not about religion. It’s about not being ruled by Sharia Law, which is a political movement from a foreign land by foreign entities, trying to overthrow America. That is the defiance. This is our country, America.

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  • [10] May 8, 2015 at 5:00pm

    I thought the political correctness was being used against Americans along with Constitutionally guaranteed freedoms (such as speech) as a weapon in a war of minds. Isn’t this a planned phase by the Muslim Brotherhood of programming Americans to make us ready to accept Sharia Law? See Glenn’s special, “The Project,” about the Muslim Brotherhood’s long range plan to overthrow America and put us under their Caliphate rule with Sharia Law. Pamela Geller did a brave and honestly heroic thing by confronting Sharia Law and whether it has any place in the U.S., where the Constitution is our law. She has pointed this agenda out to all who are watching. It needs to be pointed out because American people are being manipulated like pawns in a war against the West, that won’t end until there are beheadings and all of Sharia law is implemented as rule for us, here, on our own land. We need to see this big picture. That’s why I thank Pamela for her courageous, brave support of American law. You do know it is against Sharia Law to insult the Prophet? That’s why she refused to submit to it. This is America.

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  • May 8, 2015 at 1:24pm

    What is this? We have the freedom of speech, and the right to remain silent?

  • May 8, 2015 at 1:23pm

    This looks like it’s not about religious freedoms or freedom of speech. Isn’t the Muslim Brotherhood “Project” to have a war of words first and use our Constitutional freedoms as a weapon against us, to get us used to their imposing Sharia Law in America? See Glenn Beck’s special on demand, “The Project” (parts 1 and 2) and it will all become clear.

  • [1] May 8, 2015 at 1:15pm

    You’ve got to watch the Glenn Beck special, “The Project,” before you speak on this. It will bring to light what’s really happening as a long-range plan to overthrow America and impose Sharia Law under a Caliphate rule. This is simply part of the agenda, to use American Constitutional freedoms as a weapon in a war of words against us and indoctrination to accept Sharia Law. I think you can watch it on demand at It is revealing.

  • [5] May 8, 2015 at 1:08pm

    Who’s surprised? I was surprised when Al Gore wouldn’t do business with Glenn Beck, but did with Al Jazeera instead. Makes you wonder about something that may be bigger, doesn’t it?

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  • May 8, 2015 at 1:04pm

    Did he call him “boy” as he slammed him to the ground? I wish people didn’t feel they have to show others who’s boss. It shouldn’t be so black and white, so to speak, so divisive. What happened to “turn the other cheek?” Forgive? “Love one another.” Can we just accept one another and respect our differences in this great American experience? We are a “melting pot,” not rigid stereotypes. Almost looks like part of a plan to eventually justify enforcing “equalizing” everybody through Marxism. What do you think?

  • May 7, 2015 at 11:20pm

    By the way, now the they’re big Government, they still hate the “pigs” (and are trying to set them up) and they hate the military. They haven’t changed. Oh, did somebody say, “change?”

  • May 7, 2015 at 11:12pm

    “It is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius….” Do you remember? Most would have preferred to make love, not war. Radical hippies were out protesting, spreading Communist propaganda as they were infiltrated, in the 60′s Soviet plan to overthrow America. Dropping acid, MaryJane. Jane Fonda and Kerry made unpopular headlines. Some spat on returning soldiers. Teenagers hated “pigs” and the “establishment.” Wouldn’t that be big business, AND big Government? What happened, now that they are in power? Did they sell out? Did they forget their own anti-establishment values? Did foreign and other moneyed interests brainwash them? “Where have all the flowers gone?” We need some good hippies.

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  • May 7, 2015 at 11:05pm

    Expect more racial strife? Only as much as Soros’s non-profit groups can afford, if it’s how Glenn reports. Since it’s the same small group of actors, they have to be bussed one town as a time. Don’t you wish the media would show their faces on the screen again and again, and point them out by name? I’d like honest reporting. Of course, Al Sharpton’s gotta get more money for his appearances too. I wonder how residents would feel to know they’re being played in an insincere movement? Some people are just making money to act angry and start the violence. What a dishonest living, to try to bring our country down by getting the Federal Government to take over local police, trying to start a crisis. Anybody remember the 70s? Fortunately, most Americans have moved on (no pun intended).

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