I’ve never voted for a Keynesian central planning technocrat, then whined about what they did. Nor do I claim to be pro-life but give the state a pass on killing people. If that makes me stupid, so be it.
Ok, government funding supports abortion. Government funding, at this point, comes from deficit spending and counterfeiting currency. So if you want to get rid of government funding for abortion, you need to stop the deficit spending and counterfeiting. Unfortunately, you need deficit spending and counterfeiting to carry a big stick too, which in essence is an anti-life position, since the big stick is used to kill people. Problem is neoconservative principles don’t recognize this as having your cake and eating it too, so nothing is going to change.
I've never voted for a Keynesian central planning technocrat, then whined about what they did. Nor do I claim to be pro-life but give the state a pass on killing people. If that makes me stupid, so be it.
 April 30, 2016 at 10:54pm
I got curious about who owned Comedy Central, and that’s a rabbit hole I wish I didn’t look at. Viacom owns it and a whole bunch of other crap. Viacom was founded by Tom Freston, who is board chairman of the One Campaign, with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. CEO of the One Campaign is Micheal Elliot, who was an executive for Time and the “Economist”, a rag with 50% ownership by the Rothchilds. Go figure the stank of this comes from the NWO, all of whom are slave masters posing as humanitarians. I gotta go make a tinfoil cap!
It’s counter-productive and the animals from which the ivory harvested are still dead. Out of site, out of mind. The ivory could have been part of a traveling educational display mixing the ivory with the qualities and life of these animals and the evil and destruction caused by both poachers and those who purchase these black market items.
During WWII the Nazi used prisoners for medical research. After the war is was highly debated whether the findings should be used or destroyed because of the unethical nature of the discoveries. In the end, the knowledge was retained and the methods were condemned. The powers that be concluded that the prisoners would still be dead no mater what their decision, but at least the knowledge gained could be used to help and save others.
It's Kenya, home sweet home,. Enough said?
If the Brits had stayed there longer, they might have had a better idea about the economic impact this action possessed.
 April 29, 2016 at 10:54pm
The SCOTUS is as corrupt as the rest of government, so I’m not really getting your point. I thought you were a religious fella anyway, who believed rights come from God, not government? As for Cruz being better than Paul, they only differ on three votes. The Freedom Act, fast-tracking the TPP, and auditing the Fed. Cruz voted for the first two and skipped the last. Paul voted no on all three. Advantage Paul.
[-4] April 29, 2016 at 8:38pm
Rights are only rights if they’re universal. The states ratifying the BoR’s, and the states that later entered the union accepted these amendments as rights. The 14th amendment was unnecessary because you can’t call something a right and have it not be universally applied. At least that’s how I see it.
 April 29, 2016 at 8:11pm
He’s not the constitutional purist so many here make him out to be. He’s obviously not right with the 4th amendment, I highly doubt he’d end indefinite detention, or get rid of all the federal policing agencies that violate the 10th amendment. It sounds like he’d turn us back the right direction in some areas, and I believe he’s the best candidate, domestically, the Republicans have running since Paul dropped out, but there’s 100 years of progressive BS that too many people are accustomed to for anyone to be 100% right with the original intent of the constitution.
Nobody's perfect, not even the Paul's. We're we to return to pure 10th amendment states rights interpretations then none of the first 5 amendments apply to the states. Originally they didn't under the original intent. States still entered houses without warrants, had state specific religious denominations and even set aside a portion of your taxes to tithe that denomination.
Rights are only rights if they're universal. The states ratifying the BoR's, and the states that later entered the union accepted these amendments as rights. The 14th amendment was unnecessary because you can't call something a right and have it not be universally applied. At least that's how I see it.
And yet it took both SCOTUS cases and the 14th to apply even first & second amendment protection to apply to the states. Prior to this the state could and did use warrantless searches, beating for confession, cities did outlaw all gun possession inside city limits, etc.
As you said and I agreed, Cruz isn't perfect. But Constitutionally speaking he's loads better than Trumpballs. And even Rand Paul.
The SCOTUS is as corrupt as the rest of government, so I'm not really getting your point. I thought you were a religious fella anyway, who believed rights come from God, not government? As for Cruz being better than Paul, they only differ on three votes. The Freedom Act, fast-tracking the TPP, and auditing the Fed. Cruz voted for the first two and skipped the last. Paul voted no on all three. Advantage Paul.
SCOTUS in the mid 1800's was much less powerful than today. Very religious man indeed and rights definitely are immutable and come from God. I lost a lot of respect for Rand when he went after an Obama nominee via filibuster then voted for him afterwards. He said he didn't feel it was the Senates place to tell the prez whom he could or couldn't have as an adviser.
@justangry, the devil is in the details; "There are two different agreements," Cruz said. "There’s TPA (Trade Promotion Authority), and TPP. I opposed TPP, and have always opposed TPP, which is what you asked about."
 April 29, 2016 at 4:37pm
Clarify mental illness, and there’s no conspiracy. Seems half the people in the country are on or have been on an anti-depressant. Every veteran who has nightmares could meet such a broad term. Anyone with a little anxiety too. These people pose no danger, but are about to lose due process to exercise a right with no recourse.
 April 29, 2016 at 3:48pm
OK think for yourself. Using the broad term mental illness, the government could deny due process to anyone that’s ever taken a Xanax. There’s a difference between someone with a little anxiety or nightmares from PTSD, and a paranoid schizophrenic, or psychopath.
 April 29, 2016 at 2:19pm
Ain’t none of these clowns going to get rid of the estate tax, so they’re all guilty of that.
 April 29, 2016 at 1:44pm
I’ll chip in for LibertarianSocialist’s woman card.
Really? Red Dawn, Hunt for Red October, Rocky 4, Rambo 2&3, War Games, Firefox and every Vietnam War movie ever made disrespected communism. Did you miss the 80′s? Now, you have the Hurtlocker, American Sniper, 24, Blackhawk Down and on and on where Muslims are the enemy.
[-1] April 29, 2016 at 5:03am
Come on people, how can Ferrel, as an actor, turn down any role? He’s been type-casted as a halfwit. It’s not like I’m going to waste any money to see it. I don’t think he’s funny.
 April 28, 2016 at 10:22pm
Wonder why a principled feminist, such as Hillary, would attend a known misogynist daughter’s wedding? Either the money he gave her was just too sweet for her to stick to her guns, she’s not really a feminist, or Trump’s not a misogynist. You’d think the crackerjack staff at MSNBC would catch on to that if they were paying attention. I wish the people bashing Trump 24/7 would do so for the right reasons instead of making **** up.
Why is the job of a liberal actor never to disrespect the socialist, communist principled Progressive public figures?
There is just a double standard. If a democratic president had this disease and some comedian wanted to make a comedic movie about him/her, they would be vilified. There would be protests to shut down theaters showing it. That actor would have a hard time finding work again
Come on people, how can Ferrel, as an actor, turn down any role? He's been type-casted as a halfwit. It's not like I'm going to waste any money to see it. I don't think he's funny.
 April 28, 2016 at 7:04pm
Perhaps that’s the point. It’s hard for me to take unprincipled people at their word.
 April 28, 2016 at 5:48pm
Damn it, Janet… It’s not like Bernie’s a proponent of peace either. In fact every dumb idea he has is backed by force and ultimately death for anyone who doesn’t comply.