User Profile: Kevin The Elder

Kevin The Elder

Member Since: October 22, 2010


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  • [76] April 9, 2016 at 7:43am

    I find it frightening that a Supreme Court Justice would regard us all differently. So many of the ills of our country are because individuals have been deliberately separated into black/white, male/female, gay/straight, etc., it’s disheartening to hear Sotomayor actually encouraging these divisions.

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  • [10] April 9, 2016 at 7:21am

    I would like to talk to Roger Stone about his decision, hoping to change his mind about giving out that information. I’m sure that other people are like me and would like to ‘discuss’ things with him. However, I don’t know his phone number. Or where he lives. Is there a site that has this information that I can direct others to?

  • [6] April 9, 2016 at 7:00am

    Love the Washington Palefaces. If that hasn’t been proposed as an alternative new name, someone should start on online PAC.

  • [8] April 9, 2016 at 6:55am

    It seems all minorities take things personally, which is sad. For instance, they don’t like the name Redskins? Okay so let’s rename them and call them the Washington White Skins. I’m not offended. You’re not. Good idea? I doubt it; I suspect the black players on the team would then be offended, complaining that he should have been renamed the Black Skins. How did we ever become so divided?

  • [2] March 31, 2016 at 8:44am

    On the surface, from looking at the video, it would appear that Lewandowski simply was attempting to get Michelle away from Trump and merely grabbed her arm (perhaps a bit too aggressively, though not consciously doing so) and pulled at her, away from the candidate.

    However, if we want to accept that, there remains the question, if that was indeed what happened, why didn’t L just say that, while also apologizing to the reporter? No one would have blamed him, and I suspect that Ms Fields would have simply accepted the apology and moved on (if not, few would have supported the reporter after that).

    That, for me, is the problem. Because Michelle is insisting that it was more than an overly aggressive tug, and because Lewandowski totally denied even touching her or knowing her, I have to suspect that the reporter’s account is the correct one, that she almost was pulled down and that she did manage to stay standing and that she was bruised. In short, it is my suspicion that this guy might have an anger issue and at that moment he was very annoyed and thus grabbed out at her in anger.

  • [4] March 4, 2016 at 5:23am

    I admit upfront that I am a Cruz supporter and have grown an aversion to Trump. That said, I’ve watched the other debates and in only a couple of them did I award Trump as ‘the victor’. Yet in each of them Trump overwhelmingly ‘won’ every online poll I saw. This time around, I feel that Trump clearly LOST the debate, and I suspect also in the eyes of most ‘grown ups’. If you watched it, you must see how I came to that conclusion. I doubt that even many of the wild eyed youths who think he can do no wrong all thought he won. Yet, I visited Drudge during the final five minutes and Trump had almost 70% in that poll. I hit another poll a minute or so later and that poll had Trump at 75%. Sorry, those numbers are not logical to anyone who was looking at the debate fairly.

  • [1] February 29, 2016 at 1:32pm

    I heard on the news this morning that they think the prosecutor will go for the death penalty against this cop killer. How dare he! Doesn’t he realize that black lives matter!!!

  • [7] February 26, 2016 at 7:50am

    It’s great to see there is another Kevin with common sense :)

  • [16] January 27, 2016 at 3:48pm

    Very interesting. I’m looking to comment and find that Gleasondj already wrote what I was about to write. If you think that way and Gleasondj thinks that way and I think that way, I can’t help but believe there are a lot more of us not wanting to get in the way of the crazies, but are quietly taking it all in. We’ll vote in November. I also suspect that those negative Trump numbers (those that would never vote for him) are climbing much faster than converts.

  • [5] January 27, 2016 at 3:09pm

    I’m not sure of her age, but I too would give her the benefit. Roughly fifty years ago, I made more than one idiotic drunken act that I regretted. From my own experience, I’d only suggest that she seek some professional advise. If this was only because she was under the influence, she might consider not drinking at all anymore. If she’s had similar bursts of anger when not drinking this could be a whole nother problem. If this was the extent, she certainly shouldn’t lose her job.

  • [2] October 28, 2015 at 5:53am

    It would seem to me that the main problem with this case, and I suspect this is a huge problem nationally, is that the cop allowed himself to become involved. The job of the police is crime. When he was called into the situation (regardless of what later happened) the student wasn’t committing a crime, she was being disobedient. It was the school’s problem. The cop should not even have been called until the school was willing to criminally charge the girl. In the interim, it was up to the school authorities (teachers, councilors, Principal) to try to fix the situation, including a call to the girl’s parents. If and when all efforts at a solution failed, and the school authorities was willing to press charges, the cops should have been called. Much too often the police allow themselves to become embroiled in situations where it is the responsibility of others.

  • [13] June 10, 2015 at 7:18am

    What I’m curious about is why advertisers are paying for ads on TheBlaze? It can be because of the amount of ‘hits’ unless those numbers are being skewered. Visitors like myself, who used to come to the site one or two times a day now only come ONCE EVERY TWO OR THREE MONTHS because it is just too frustrating trying to move up or down or from one page to another. No other site comes close to being so bad. Where I would have probably visited a thousand or more times the past couple of years, instead I don’t think I’ve been here more than a dozen times. And even then, my stay was limited to only one or two stories, frustration at the site’s un-maneuverability driving me away.

  • [2] December 1, 2014 at 9:27am

    Of course this sounds as if I am anti-Afro American, but truthfully, I think I’m just the opposite. Indeed, like the vast majority of whites,. I truly would love to see blacks assimilate into society. Still, I have to post this hypothetical question which sounds like a racial rant or from a naive innocent, but I feel is very deep if one takes the time to think it through. If by the wave of a wand, all the non Afros in the US were to be gone, would the country survive; or would it fall into total chaos? I would submit that there is a missing piece of logic in the brains of those brought up in black communities that would cause them to turn against one another.

  • [20] December 1, 2014 at 9:12am

    Just have to vent. A minute before I started to type this, Fox News reported that the cop in Ferguson resigned after his chief informed him there were reliable reports that if he returned to work their were legitimate threats and his safety was threatened. The very next report was that the President is meeting today in regards to Ferguson and the main talk will be centered around the issue to insure that the citizens do not feel threatened by the police. Can we not impeach these gangstas running our country into the ground?

  • [18] December 1, 2014 at 9:10am

    Just have to vent. A minute before I started to type this, Fox News reported that the cop in Ferguson resigned after his chief informed him there were reliable reports that if he returned to work their were legitimate threats and his safety was threatened. The very next report was that the President is meeting today in regards to Ferguson and the main talk will be centered around the issue to insure that the citizens do not feel threatened by the police. Can we not impeach these gangstas running our country into the ground?

  • November 25, 2014 at 7:56am

    Part 5

    Thinking to today. What would be going on, if the news media made a one-time honest report way back when of the ongoing protest of those awaiting the grand jury decision, and then not reported it anymore until real news events required to be reported? Would New York have thousands of people parading through mid-town today? I think not. Their daily barrage was a call to arms for all young black men against ‘the man’ that they have been brought to disrespect.

    First the team of Barack Obama, Susan Rice, Eric Holder, et al. Now the black thugs of America. I remember back when Nikita Khrushchev announced that he didn’t have to go to war with us, that Communism would bury us from within. Isn’t that what is happening?

    And all the while our politicians and the press twist the truth.

  • [1] November 25, 2014 at 7:55am

    Part 4

    Detroit, Mi; Winston-Salem, NC; Wash, DC; Baltimore, Md; Chicago, Il; Kansas City, Mo; Louisville, Ky; and Akron, Oh. All of these occurred between 1963 and 1968. Interestingly enough, Richard Nixon, who had a reputation for toughness, was elected in 1968.

    In 1967, the Kerner Commission was created “to investigate the causes of the 1967 race riots in the United States and to provide recommendations for the future.” Like so many of these things, the findings were mostly hogwash.

    Probably the most truthful of its finding was that the riots resulted from black frustration at lack of economic opportunity, although I would add that this frustration was more volatile with teens and young men, who themselves were being prodded by individuals and groups who openly despised white people. ‘Black Power’ Groups such as SNCC and the Black Panthers, and agitators such as Stokely Carmichael, H Rapp Brown, and Huey Newton.

    Having such a potential tinderbox in all lower class black communities across the country it didn’t take much to be ignited.

    The biggest agitator, which has again reared its ugly head today, was the new media. Once the newspapers of the day made headlines of the riots, these were an inspiration for the agitators, and it didn’t take much for them to help incite other riots.

  • [1] November 25, 2014 at 7:54am

    Part 3

    So what really was happening in the 60s. Because of what we’re been led to believe it was the South where the real heavy racism was fifties years ago. We hear of Bull Connor, George Wallace, dogs being set on blacks people, segregation, etc.

    Indeed, these things did occur, but they had nothing to do with the rioting of the 60s. As a citizen in a small but lower class city in the northeast, I can assure you that there was NO racism. Racial slurs were almost nonexistent and indeed, although our black community was small, they were treated equally by all. In fact, if memory serves, Captain Cheeks in the Fire Department was the most favored public servant in our city.

    I bring this up because I think most of the northeast was of the same attitude at that time.

    I don’t recall where the first riot broke out but the first that Wikepedia reports happened in Cambridge, Mass in 1963, not quite the deep south which we all have been led to believe was the boiling part of the country.

    The copycats that broke out over the next five years were (mostly) not in the South, but seemingly in every area but there. For anyone that cares check out Wikipedia. Harlem, NY; Rochester, NY; Jersey City, NJ; Elizabeth, NJ; Chicago, Ill; Philadelphia, Pa; Los Angeles, Ca; Cleveland, Oh (1966 and 1968); Benton Harbor, Mich; Tampa, Fl; Buffalo, NY; Newark, NJ; Plainfield, NJ (where a cop who was loved by the community was brutally stomped to death);

  • [1] November 25, 2014 at 7:53am

    Part 2

    I suspect that if the news media had simply initially reported this protest and then not reported anything further until the decision was announced, the country would not be in the situation where we now find ourselves. Instead, cable news inundated their viewers with the non events of every hour of every day during this waiting period, basically prediction a bad outcome in Ferguson. Sadly, I suspect that there were many like myself who had lived through the riots of the 60s, who knew Ferguson wouldn’t be the only city involved. Heck, people all over the country were being bombarded with this news. It was inevitable that certain members of the black communities would prepare to agitate and stir up citizens who have been lied to and brainwashed against the white community and white police officers in particular.

    When the ashes die out, this whole sad affair will need to be examined. I submit that the most efficient and sensible way is to first understand what happened during the 60s, how that began, how it quelled.

    The truth of the matter is that the main culprits from the beginning have been the news media along with spineless, opportune, and/or greedy politicians.

    For those who care to understand, make no mistake. We have been lied to, both the black and the white community who trust the news and those who we voted to represent us. These lies had created a smattering of black opportunists who stirred up their communities every chance they got.

  • [1] November 25, 2014 at 7:52am

    Part 1

    Tues, Nov 25, 2014 5:17 AM

    As I type the City of Ferguson, Mo. is burning, people of the neighborhood and agitators have gathered in the streets, gunshots abound, police are standing around, deliberately not getting involved for fear of encouraging the rioters and looters who have been active.

    During the last hour, Shep Smith of Fox News has show what seems to be thousands of protesters (the majority being black) in the streets of New York (not in the ghetto but only blocks away from Fox News itself. Scenes of crowds gathering in Philadelphia were also shown.

    There is no doubt in my mind that many other cities will be joining in on these so called protests which can only lead to further violence in the form of riots, with fires and looting prevalent.

    It will be reported as the outcome of a grand jury non-indictment of a police officer in Ferguson who it would appear only did his job, but killing a young man in the process of protecting the community at large.

    The scenes that I fear are about to unfold will mainly be the result of a blitz of news coverage over the past two weeks. During that time, there have been small bodies protesting in Ferguson while they awaited the Grand Jury’s decision, which they obviously felt should have been for an indictment of the police officer.

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