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knowbodyknows

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  • [1] May 29, 2015 at 9:17am

    The high court will decide on the definition of the words “established by the state,”
    This is a huge problem with our country. Clearly by definition the states must “build” their own exchanges to establish them
    establish = verb (used with object)
    1. to found, institute, build, or bring into being on a firm or stable basis:
    to establish a university; to establish a medical practice.
    2. to install or settle in a position, place, business, etc.:
    to establish one’s child in business.
    3. to show to be valid or true; prove:
    to establish the facts of the matter.
    4. to cause to be accepted or recognized:
    to establish a custom; She established herself as a leading surgeon.
    5. to bring about permanently:
    to establish order.
    6. to enact, appoint, or ordain for permanence, as a law; fix unalterably.
    7. to make (a church) a national or state institution.
    Allowing the court to redefine words is the same as allowing them to legislate from the bench. If the law is poorly written it is the supreme courts duty to strike the law down in it’s entirety and make congress start over or give up. The fact that this case takes more than twenty seconds indicates that the separation of powers no longer exists and the government has become united in the goal of seizing liberty to grow it’s own power.

  • [30] May 29, 2015 at 8:39am

    You can comply with Islam or defy it. These are the only choices Islam gives. Complying means agreeing it is ok to kill others for disagreeing. Where is the wisdom in that?

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  • May 28, 2015 at 6:30pm

    Born
    The problem isn’t the parents putting their kids in public schools it’s that the parents don’t hold the politicians accountable for what they do. Parents have the power to take away government power but it means giving up their freebies too. Poor people don’t want to give up welfare any more than wealthier people what to give up the child deduction or home mortgage deduction or in a lot of cases the EIC. By making themselves a slave to government handouts parents have indebted their children to an even deeper debt to government. I know parents do it because it’s the easiest way to survive but that’s also a common excuse for stealing. Good intentions pave a highway to a nasty place.
    If the government is already so bad just what kind of government are we creating for the next generation? How does that make us decent people? How does that help the children?

  • [2] May 28, 2015 at 2:32pm

    If parents cared for their kids maybe the government wouldn’t feel it has to. Parents are happy with a school system that’s nothing more than overpriced daycare while voting for any politician willing to indebt their children to give themselves free stuff.
    If people really care about their kids maybe they should stop being indifferent to or supportive of the politicians putting these policies in place.
    It’s hard it believe Americans care about children when they’re essentially stealing their childrens identity and running up a massive debt in the childrens names.

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  • [3] May 26, 2015 at 1:54am

    Hollywood liberal? Isn’t that redundant?

  • May 26, 2015 at 1:35am

    I’ve read stories of tensions rising with China in the south china sea. I’ve read stories about China buying up gold in a possible bid to be the next reserve currency. I’ve even read that Obamas fast track trade authority is to let China bring workers for any business they start in America making them instant voting citizens without having to disclose it before making it law. This last one can’t be corroborated of coarse because the deal is a big secret. Which also means it can’t be credibly denied.
    The Blaze gives us the big story of a fire in China which while tragic has little to do with us. Way to go Blaze. I’ll look forward to seeing your publication in the check out isle at my local grocery store soon. Along with all the other fact filled tabloids packed full of the most important information of the day. I look forward to your future stories of big foot sightings and UFOs.

  • [20] May 24, 2015 at 12:11pm

    Someone check the pressure in that ball.

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  • [2] May 24, 2015 at 11:49am

    The proper term is propagandist not journalist and of coarse they’re not being bought off. They’ve been bought off for decades, SDG is just cutting out the middleman and being more honest about how they get coverage.

  • [4] May 23, 2015 at 9:14pm

    Is anyone else sickened by the picture of Boehner whispering sweet nothings in Obamas ear?
    I picture him saying “I told you we could be more flexible after the election”.

  • May 23, 2015 at 9:07pm

    This is just a primer story for the next announcement of the government intruding further into our lives. The government will announce a new plan to require everyone install spy software on their computer or phone. This will make it easier to tie all the data the NSA will still be collecting together in case the government needs ammo to take you down. Obama will write the bill and the republicans will be anxious to help pass it.
    If life won’t give the government a crisis to exploit then the government will create one. It’s more likely than not that every “hacker” on the internet also draws a government paycheck.

  • [1] May 23, 2015 at 4:42pm

    “We have to stop and think about what kind of system we can create that will actually keep our federal government from growing in the long term. In order to successfully do that, we have to find some force that is just as big, just as strong, and just as power-hungry as the federal government to act as a check on its power. In this country, the state governments are the only forces capable of performing that role.”
    People vote for Obamaphones. Legislators would vote for their own power which keeps fed power limited.

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  • [5] May 23, 2015 at 4:28pm

    If everyone on the titanic had picked up a spoon and started bailing water out of the sinking ship, it would have sank anyway. There are some actions that cannot be taken back. Greece already spent the money(hit the iceberg) of every generation it could hope to have. We should pay attention to the outcome because we’re doing exactly the same thing.

  • [15] May 22, 2015 at 11:21pm

    We were better off with Harrys do nothing senate. Our best hope for 2016 is a deadlocked government. Either side getting significant power will just make things worse. Maybe when the whole country looks like Detroit people will be willing to admit it’s the career politicians that are the problem and vote them out.

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  • [29] May 22, 2015 at 6:02pm

    I can’t believe people get a tax deduction for these little rodents. They should be paying triple tax to help offset the financial burden their offspring will cause America. Problem is that would probably be 0 X 3. I guess the welfare state isn’t much of an investment.

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  • [3] May 22, 2015 at 5:43pm

    I would say tax him to death but that level of cruelty is reserved for productive citizens.

  • May 22, 2015 at 1:11pm

    Recently the GOP seems more like the party of Obama. Are GOP and RINO synonyms?

    In reply to the contribution A GOP That is American, A Party for All

  • [11] May 21, 2015 at 11:36pm

    My best friend’s sister drank alcohol, then destroyed a truck, trailer, and boat. It was a miracle she didn’t kill someone! Addiction is NOT freedom! Been there, done that! I know better!
    My best friend’s sister took prescription pain meds, then destroyed a truck, trailer, and boat. It was a miracle she didn’t kill someone! Addiction is NOT freedom! Been there, done that! I know better!
    My best friend’s sister texted while driving, then destroyed a truck, trailer, and boat. It was a miracle she didn’t kill someone! Addiction is NOT freedom! Been there, done that! I know better!
    My best friend’s sister talked on the phone while driving, then destroyed a truck, trailer, and boat. It was a miracle she didn’t kill someone! Addiction is NOT freedom! Been there, done that! I know better!
    My best friend’s sister put make up on while driving, then destroyed a truck, trailer, and boat. It was a miracle she didn’t kill someone! Addiction is NOT freedom! Been there, done that! I know better!
    My best friend’s sister was horsing around with her friends while driving, then destroyed a truck, trailer, and boat. It was a miracle she didn’t kill someone! Addiction is NOT freedom! Been there, done that! I know better!
    The problem is your best friends sister not whether or not what she was doing instead of driving was legal or not.

  • [3] May 21, 2015 at 8:58pm

    Professional squatters want the landlord to take matters into their own hands. It puts the landlord on the wrong side of the law and can end with the squatters owning the property. Rental property should be evaluated like buying a house where an HOA exists. The smart person will check the rules before submitting to the game. It’s why a lot of landlords in states like California will hire 3rd parties to deal with renters. If and when the laws in my state start down this path I’ll sell my rentals. Rentals in California must be very lucrative for landowners to continue to put up with the government.

  • [3] May 21, 2015 at 8:37pm

    “I have nothing to hide. That’s precisely why I ensured that the evidence of my innocence was destroyed so nobody could ever see it.”, said nobody ever.

    That’s the answer. Vote for Nobody.
    Nobody will keep campaign promises
    Nobody will listen to your concerns
    Nobody will help the poor and unemployed
    Nobody cares
    If nobody is elected everybody will be better off because
    Nobody tells the truth.

  • May 21, 2015 at 6:13pm

    Hello Donna,
    I was also a 70′s kid. I grew up in a rural community too. We used to make a bed in the back of the station wagon for long trips. Can you imagine doing that now? I spent summers with grandpa as a kid. He was born in 1913 and listening to him talk about his childhood was like hearing about a foreign country. He had one of the first drivers licenses issued. It was just paper and it had no expiration date and required no test to get. He said it was justified by saying the government needed a way to track the number of drivers so the highway could be designed to keep up. He said the license reminded him of how things can change.

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