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RaydocX

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  • April 24, 2014 at 2:45am

    Maybe Harry will convince the BLM the Encore and its golf course are the land of an endangered desert dragonfly and they need to come retake the property as Federal protected land…

  • April 23, 2014 at 3:47pm

    well stated. but how do you ‘not consider it’
    if the legislature passes it, and it becomes law, you ‘don’t consider it’ by violating it, then waiting the sometimes years for the supreme court to overturn it?

    it would be nice if the states could put together challenges before individual citizens had to step in it.

    sounds like that is what Texas is doing with the Rangers pre-empting BLM encroachment there.

    saw a rancher on Greta last night without the nonpayment issues of bundy– accepting that he has not gotten a fair hearing about that– which would be a less muddied way to demonstrate the unconstitutional greedy behavior of the Federal government.

    not only the President ignores the Constitution… the people whose power he is stealing in Congress sit back and let it happen. Makes me grind my teeth.

  • April 23, 2014 at 3:30pm

    she did disappear.
    i am not sure she is a RINO.
    I do wonder if the IRS or TSA or Homeland or some less well known alphabet polyester suit wearing ‘representative’ paid her a visit.
    does she have grandkids?
    another possible demonstration of the ‘transparency’ of the administration.

    and while i believe 2A makes the statement for us, and my home state already passed a bill that obviates even the little sign in any government building that does not have ‘sufficient security to protect visitors otherwise’, i have less issue with municipalities having the right to self-determination.

    if for example the cities along I70 or I80 had posted signs that they did not allow the CCL accepted by their state, my family would happily move on to those cities that recognize bad guys ignore those signs.

    at the city level, such overreach by gun grabbers can quickly be countered.

    and as a politician, she will be automatically afraid of the unhindered ability of the citizen to carry into a government building. politicians are supposed to be wary of us, in order to assure they vote for us and not themselves, but few on either side of the aisle think that way anymore.

  • April 23, 2014 at 3:01pm

    @Cavallo,
    was Glenn not specific to those advocating violence… Not those willing to defend Bundy and themselves, but the more aggressive handful who wanted a fight. who wanted to shoot at the BLM?

    It is a fine disctinction, i agree, but from what i heard Glenn was calling out those who were advocating inciting violence, more than those willing to stand up when the government chooses violence.

    He did, i believe, overreact to the statements about women and children, but that sheriff or ex-sheriff, while correct in understanding the importance of what the media shows the people, should not have calmly stated his intent.

    and yes, i know what he was saying was not that he was planning on women and children dying. but the statement left him looking callous and cruel.

  • April 23, 2014 at 10:04am

    Agree the potential to abuse this at the PD end is glaring.
    Not to mention the continued ‘swatting’ where people sick the PD on unsuspecting people or enemies.

    but didn’t Scalia just come out in the last week and support the NSA data collection? I thought I saw that, which shocked me, considering how obvious it seems to be a violation of right against self-incrimination.

    it’s darkly amusing that the awful pervasive control the Dems accused the GOP of wanting to have over the people of the nation are in fact the way they want to ‘govern.’ I guess you see in your opponent the way you would behave if in power…

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  • April 23, 2014 at 1:02am

    Maybe the IRS plans to recoup those back taxes by with holding the Bonuses, the same way they have decided without legal standing they can with hold descendents’ overpayments to cover ancestors’ unpaid taxes…

  • April 21, 2014 at 12:56pm

    cannot have happened… that is certainly a gun free zone.

    prayers for the innocent victims.

  • April 21, 2014 at 11:43am

    @Cavallo,
    i cannot entirely fault the blue line.
    i have seen even in our smaller city several instances where ‘public outrage’ was for completely appropriate behavior, and the police in question were convicted by the press and public with tacit approval of the city fathers such that when the truth won out their reputations and careers were already in tatters.

    BUT, i have also seen ruled ‘justified’ the shooting of retrievers, and dogs in homes that were entered ‘by mistake.’ a few years back two drunk off duty police went to ostensibly ‘break up a noisy party’ down the street and shot to death two brothers. no firing, no charges filed.

    what i guess i am saying is the knee jerk ‘it was racist’ ‘he’s a brutal bully’ attitude is not one i endorse at the outset of any police issue that arises. police deal daily with and endless array of horrible people who lie to their face and put their and other lives at risk. i personally believe that if the police tell you to stop and you run, you deserve whatever they hand you when they catch you.

    at the same time, there have to be transparent and complete reviews of the police when they do bad things… and they DO do bad things. This should be an easy answer… no reason to be tripping and pushing kids like that. he was not ‘enforcing’ anything. he should be looking for a new job with no good recommendation from the force.

    and i’ll look at the next case on the facts, unbiased one way or another.

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  • April 21, 2014 at 11:15am

    it won’t ever happen.
    look to the soviet union. religion banned, but the churches… and faith remained.
    or North Korea. or China… Vietnam.

    Faith exists in the heart and mind of man. No government will expunge it.
    And the willingness of activists in this nation to try, and of judges and political leaders to comply, demonstrates how far from reason and logic the nation’s leadership has drifted.

    the ‘it is offensive to me’ argument was obviated long ago… arguing against allowing others to demonstrate their faith offends me, so it is a stalemate.

    prayers are not a ‘state religion,’ but instead recognize only the existence of faith. it is a state religion when BLM or TSA or FBI demands with threat of force that you participate in a specific religion’s activity. That will never happen.

    But i submit that nonbelievers demanding the government refuse to allow any demonstration of faith even in the government are in fact advancing a religion of non-religion.

    No new Constitution is necessary, DK… just adherence to what already exists.

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  • April 21, 2014 at 10:11am

    well stated.
    the cost seems higher than should be the case.
    but if it stopped the illogical push for less economical (or environmentally safe) alternatives it would be well worth it.

    honestly this is how government should work.
    a clearing house for openly crtiqued study of anything pertinent to the Republic.
    the DOE should look at test scores, look at outcomes, and offer comparative evaluation and recommendations. The same should be done vs. other countries. And then the states can decide if they want to change to improve what they do for their students, and parents can decide if where they live is the best place for their family.

    sadly that would steal too much power from the handful in DC that believe government is to increase their wealth and power and to offer control of the unwashed masses.

  • April 21, 2014 at 10:07am

    i was told that cattle can feed on the residual.
    the photo of the fields seems misleading, in that different famers harvest differently.
    that said, my family who farm rotate soybeans through their corn crops to keep the soil healthy.
    the bottom line is until a fuel can compete on its own it should not be subsidized at more than research levels.
    and yes, that includes petroleum, which i keep hearing is heavily subsidized… funny such claims never have supporting notation.

    an honest appraisal of fuel/ energy would conclude that nothing works everywhere, BUT whether it’s geothermal, solar, wind, hydrodynamic, (gasp) nuclear, or fossil, the fuel available where you are at should be supported.

    more honestly, for now we should merely continue the research in that. keep emptying the ME of its oil, minding the prices, of course, and saving our own supplies for that time when their oil DOES run out.

    having the MSM alarmists jump on the ‘under 10 year supply’ wagon 11 years ago is worth a head shake.

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  • April 20, 2014 at 10:39am

    Oh, look… a real leader, someone willing to call out his own supporters/ people even with the wolf scratching at the door, because he realizes what our nation once knew but forgot… United we stand.

    a leader willing to go after people on his side of the aisle instead of sweeping criminal activity and unethical practices under the rug, stonewalling to prevent any real punishment.

    Our leaders could take some lessons from this.

    @ snow, i don’t think O’s administration is confined to anti-semitic views… anti religion, or at least anti American religion views pervade the administration. Let’s be honest, they saturate the judiciary which will allow Clinton to debate ‘what the meaning of is is’ but cannot seem to understand it is freedom OF religion, not freedom FROM religion or that the Constitution’s “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof …” was intended to prevent a single state mandated religion, NOT to exclude religion from the public forum.

    Happy Easter, Blazers!

  • April 20, 2014 at 2:31am

    For too many of these kids there won’t be college. Some are the first high school graduate, and got their education before common core completely waters it down.

    It’s is a celebration for they and their families. But now security won’t let groups stand and take photos as long or where they want. Valedictorians messages might as well be unspoken, and families will not be able to be present for this single great day for their sons and daughters.

    It’s not about race. It’s not about GOP or democrat.

    And that’s without introducing politics… Will she push them to spend their minimum wage and starter salaries to fund elderly health care? Will she tout her gains against obesity that treat salsa as a vegetable and bar kids from soda and snacks? She will undoubtedly mention Brown v Bd of Educ, where a child that wanted to cross the street for school rather than riding the bus fifty years on leads to more kids being bussed about ‘to maintain status quo’. But she won’t mention the unintended consequences or the misleading names of their varied causes.

    This usurps these kids day for her sound bites. A truly last minute ‘invite’, it is in as poor taste as any anger or opposition to the visit.

    I grew up there. We are not so backwards we are dumbstruck by the prospect of any elites deigning to visit the flyover stares.

  • April 20, 2014 at 12:59am

    Hi,Don is right, they should get cautious. When a family member bought a condo, the guy who seemed most helpful and nice in the next five years got the entire unit in a legal dispute over neighbors accessing their property through the condo lot, and after taking the treasurer position didn’t pay his dues, then didn’t pay water until it was going to be shut off. He declared bankruptcy but lost the house, then squatted on the house for almost a year, and on leaving, tried to leave water running to ruin the unit without regard to the other owners.

    Such peole are often borderline personalities, and all should beware

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  • April 18, 2014 at 1:07pm

    Move out of the state, gun owners and freedom loving citizens.
    Take the loss on your home, risk the unknown. It has time be better than the situation that is developing.

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  • April 18, 2014 at 2:09am

    Glad they got him.n hope he didn’t have partners or that cop cats are not encouraged.
    And the claim by the police that everyone ‘gad been safe’… Kind of hard to support that statement.

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  • April 17, 2014 at 11:38pm

    curiously, Mr. Templin was a high school instructor when i was in school Waaayyy back.
    always popular, ‘in tune’ with the kids. which to guys translated into girlfriends who crushed on him.

    last i heard he had left teaching and purchased one of the empty missile silos being sold by the government (guess BLM is not worried about reptiles in Kansas).

    Interesting photos. driving back and forth between KC and Junction City on I70 they used to have Buffs on their shake out and log time runs. And Whiteman is not so far away considering they used Stealth bombers for fly overs at Arrowhead back before mandatory cuts were applied in ways to make things ‘as painful as possible’ for the citizens.

    If the described turns are accurate, i am betting on a UMAV… hard to get the human body to take the G’s that would involve.

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  • April 17, 2014 at 8:00pm

    bernbart,
    FBI had credible evidence linking arab/islamic terrorists to providing the ‘right wing militants’ who blew up the Murrow building.

    Anyone willing to bomb a building and kill innocent children is a terrorist. I have not seen anyone here try to say McVeigh and Nichols weren’t terrorists.

    That does not mean anyone who opposes the government is a terrorist. or warrants inclusion on the watch list.

    and it certainly does not mean that ‘men’ like Harry Reid who have endlessly put their own profit over the nation’s should get off for that behavior scott free.

    Lexington_green, you are correct, but unless there is irrefutable multi-media multi-perspective proof, regardless of who shoots first, the protestors will get the blame. Look at Kent State. The only difference is that here the media will support whatever Reid and his masters say through their mouthpiece, POTUS.

    Dark times are ahead, economically, fiscally, socially…

  • April 17, 2014 at 7:42pm

    ridiculous… dilution is the solution.
    anyone who thinks birds and other critters haven’t done this should religiously start drinking only bottled water.

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  • April 17, 2014 at 6:23pm

    agree progressiveslayer.
    am amused at all those who are outraged at Glenn but keep popping up on every story.
    most of us won’t be able to vote for either of these gentlemen, so it is of little consequence.

    And while Norquist has obvious and glaring issues, a flat tax is not one of them.
    Ask Steve Forbes about that.
    In point of fact, most nations where socialism has become the rule rather than the exception, EVERYONE pays a significant portion as tax because it’s the only way it works.

    I fail to see how anything we learned here qualified either candidate as a RINO, and do not make my choice on what Glenn said, as much as what the candidates said.

    And since either can and does lie, having Freedom Works or Beck or the Blaze vetting what is said is helpful.

    There are lots of balls in the air right now, and no candidate will tick all of the boxes in my ‘go’ categories. But there are some litmus categories that if they waver are disqualifiers.

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