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  • September 29, 2016 at 4:35pm

    Christ commanded his disciples to trade their cloaks for swords. They did so for defensive purposes.

    Islam invaded Europe. The “Inquisition” was the defense of Europe from Islam. We need to do this on a world basis now, as Islam was not eliminated and now we have to deal with the consequences.

  • [1] September 27, 2016 at 10:47am

    Hillary is a congenital liar. She lies whether she needs to or not.

    She claimed she was named after Sir Edmund Hillary. However, she was born in 1947 while Sir Edmund was a nobody until he became the first to climb Mt Everest–in 1953. Did her parents rename their 6-year-old? Why on earth would she need to make such a false statement?

    She used a fake Southern accent in 2015 in a vain attempt to “identify” with South Carolineans. Why??? Can’t she just be honest?

    She lied about Benghazi being about a crappy video. The video that was purported to be the cause of the violence had 10 views on it when I looked at it. Ten!!! I was the 11th viewer! She let four servicemen die and she lied covering up her actions and shifted blame to where it didn’t belong.

    She claims that women are paid 77 cents for every dollar that men earn. That myth has been debunked many times over. She refuses to use the data truthfully–that the amounts refer to lifetime earnings, when men average more years in the workforce than women do, and that men on average work more hours than women do in a week/month/year. Men also work in higher-paying industries. But for the SAME JOB and with the SAME EXPERIENCE, men and women are PAID THE SAME! She is disingenuous about it!

    Just look up the laundry list of lies that Hillary has said.

  • [1] September 21, 2016 at 1:58pm

    The founding fathers of this country envisioned that people would temporarily leave their jobs (private sector) to serve the country in government for a few years, then RETURN to the private sector. What we have now is a political class that has been brought up from within the political system and has absolutely NO knowledge of how to run a business or how the private sector is supposed to work.

    Donald Trump is considered an outsider right now, but that is good, as it is what the founding fathers envisioned. That is why the political class is worried. The entertainment class has been closely tied to the political class, so that is why you are worried, Bono. Try–just try–to open your mind to what Trump actually means to this country. We may be starting a revolt to return to what Made America Great in the first place!

  • [2] September 21, 2016 at 12:41pm

    They SHOULD be! That’s the whole point of the 2nd amendment!

  • [5] September 21, 2016 at 12:39pm

    Both my wife and I are voting for Trump. Hillary scares the heck out of both of us!

  • [1] September 19, 2016 at 2:27pm

    That video Balthazor linked is now blocked on YouTube. But here is another copy:

  • [1] September 16, 2016 at 1:42pm

    Why won’t Obama release his REAL birth certificate? Not the Photoshopped one that he released before?

    Why won’t Obama release his REAL SSN instead of using that of a dead person from Connecticut? The SSNs starting with 042-, at the time, were ONLY issued to persons living in Connecticut. Obama lived in Hawaii at the time.

    We haven’t gotten a straight answer from him on many anomalies in his life, and it is shame his followers don’t care to know what he is hiding!

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  • [2] September 16, 2016 at 1:33pm

    The Pledge is of Allegiance to the COUNTRY–NOT to the Government or the People. You don’t sit/kneel/turn your back because of injustices perpetrated by the Government or by the People. Kaepernick and Nasheed are making a statement that they do NOT pledge allegiance to our COUNTRY. If they want to protest human injustice, then demonstrate that where it belongs!

    If you don’t pledge your allegiance to our country, then feel free to LEAVE!

  • August 31, 2016 at 4:30pm

    Time for Christians to take it back….

  • [1] August 31, 2016 at 4:28pm

    The “moderates” are only decoys. They are here to beef up their percentage and get us to think that there actually are “moderates” in their ranks. Even the “moderates” support Islam in its fullest–wanting to establish a caliphate here in the US.

  • [3] August 25, 2016 at 1:21pm

    But Muslims do NOT consider non-Muslims (infidels) people! The Jews and Christians were considered apes and pigs. “… They are those whom Allah has cast aside and on whom His wrath has fallen and of whom He has made some as apes and swine…” Quran 5:60.

    Quran 5:32, which states if a person kills another, it’s “as if he had slain mankind entirely” means, translated for us infidels, that if a Muslim kills another Muslim, it’s as if he had slain mankind entirely. ISIS kills some Muslims as well as infidels. It is their killing of other Muslims that they object to. They don’t mind ISIS killing infidels.

    Islam is evil. Their “god” Allah is the pagan moon god that was one of 360 worshiped by the pagans in Mecca. Mohammad’s father happened to have “Allah” as his middle name. Perhaps that is why Mohammad chose that god to be his “Allah”. Since their “Allah” commands to kill people who do not believe as Mohammad stated to, unlike Jesus and God, their “god” is not the same God. The one true God is the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, the God of Jacob.

    The killing that their “god” commands, along with the various names of their “god” such as “the great deceiver,” indicate that their “god” is in reality Satan. “Great deceiver” is a term for Satan.

    Mohammad was a false prophet, that we were warned about by Matthew (Mt 7:15). Read John 8:44, too.

  • August 23, 2016 at 6:50am

    If this race were Biden against Palin I’d vote Palin!

  • [1] August 22, 2016 at 1:11pm

    The sheeple don’t understand that all the “corporate taxes” are paid by we the people, too. Hillary wants to up the taxes on the corporations, meaning on us.

    For you sheeple that don’t understand this, please follow along:
    When you buy french fries at McDonald’s, your money is considered income to McDonald’s. They pay taxes on that income.
    Factored into the price they charge is the amount of taxes they have to pay for their income.

    Wait–it gets better. The fryer they use is purchased from a company that makes them–and that company also pays taxes on their income. So McDonald’s pays some of the fryer company’s taxes and must also then pass that cost onto you, who is buying french fries.

    The company that makes fryers has to buy their parts from suppliers, who also have to pay taxes, so the fryer company has to pay some of the taxes of the supplier companies, and then passes that on to McDonald’s, who then passes it on to you.

    And so on, and so on.

    So, you’ve been paying all of the corporate taxes all along without knowing it.

    Do you know how much you’ve been paying in taxes in this way?

    It’s buried in the price of french fries, but it is likely over 20% of the price you pay (before sales tax).

    Did you know that raising corporate taxes is one of the things that drives companies OUT of the USA? Companies like Seagate Technologies moved to Ireland because their corporate tax rate is lower.

    Guess who loses? The American worker!

  • [8] August 19, 2016 at 4:50pm

    I’m just praying for massive rain/snow in Philly and Cleveland Nov 8th. And massive rain in Miami, too.

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  • [-4] August 19, 2016 at 4:24pm

    Conservatives (and a few middle-of-the-road Democrat crossovers) chose Trump, I think, primarily because he is NOT a politician but a businessman. The founding fathers expected the representatives to be OF US–that is, to have someone temporarily leave their business/employment to serve US in government for a few years, then return to the private sector.

    We currently have a POLITICAL CLASS that knows NOTHING of how to create/sell products or services to people–they just think they know. Their whole premise for running for office is to keep getting re-elected. They exempt themselves from the laws they pass, thereby not having to live under them.

    Private sector citizen representatives have to return to the private sector and live under those laws. Therefore, they will create laws that they CAN live under. And eliminate the ones they CAN’T.

    Those that voted Hillary in were helped by the DNC tremendously. The Bern-outs were stuffed by the super delegates. Not very democratic, if you ask me.

    Just look at the list of those around the Clintons that have died mysterious deaths. It keeps getting longer and longer.

  • [6] August 16, 2016 at 4:31pm

    The lawsuit should be that they remove “News” from their name, as they are not REPORTING news, but INVENTING it by selective editing.

  • [29] August 16, 2016 at 4:26pm

    Thank you to the Communist Nonnews Network for bringing us this total fabrication of a message.

  • August 12, 2016 at 4:46pm

    It’s a very mild roller coaster. Not very tall at all. The biggest drop is a whopping 25 feet. It’s just built like a real coaster, well, because it IS one. It’s that in-between size–between a toddler coaster (no adults allowed–kids buckled in by workers) and a more grown-up one that kids aren’t tall enough to ride. It is perfect for that park–it caters to the young-kids families. We’ve taken our kids on that very ride when they were that age. They loved it!

  • August 12, 2016 at 4:39pm

    Such a weighty issue!!!

  • [3] August 12, 2016 at 4:38pm

    The kid was sharing the seat with his 7-year-old brother–not someone of a responsible age like a parent or guardian. The parents are responsible for letting their 3-year-old ride with another child instead of an adult and now have to deal with the consequences.

    According to WTAE-TV:
    Idlewild’s website states that Rollo Coaster riders must be 48 inches tall to ride. Riders under 48 inches but taller than 36 inches are allowed to ride with an adult. The ride does not have seat belts but does have a metal bar in each seat.

    With a parent riding next to the child, it is a very safe ride. I have ridden that very ride many times with my own kids when they were that age. My spouse has, too. The four of us would ride in pairs with a parent seated with a child. Common sense. (My dad always said that “It’s too bad Common Sense isn’t.”)

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