User Profile: LonestarFree

LonestarFree

Member Since: September 02, 2010

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  • April 4, 2014 at 11:18am

    Bully his mother into silence. We don’t seem to own the schools our communities pay for anymore and our children are getting indoctrination instead of education. How do we put a stop to this? I work, my wife works, how are we supposed to find the time to fix the abuses and social engineering taking place in our schools?

  • April 3, 2014 at 11:50am

    My 2 cents worth: In this case the flag being flown upside down was a sign of disrespect but I can’t be sure of that. The intentions of the protesters may have been that this is becoming a police state and meant it as a sign of distress, as I have seen other patriotic people trying to make a statement do. This simply is not the proper use of the distress signal. If I am being held captive in a building unable to get away, but I can run the flag up the pole upside down as a signal I’m in trouble and need immediate help then I would be using proper flag etiquette. I owe my knowledge of flag etiquette to the Boy Scouts of America which I joined 38 years ago. Please don’t start a thread about the Boy Scouts it’s off topic and I don’t want to hear it. The men who acted to protect the flag obviously saw it as a sign of disrespect and they too have first amendment rights and a sworn oath to protect and defend this country, and by extension, the flag that represent through symbolism our country. When you have been in the line of fire, and seen others give their lives for their country and brothers in arms, you have a tendency to not be very tolerant when you see some useless dirt bag being disrespectful and ******* on your nations flag. BTW: This is not just an American thing soldiers of other countries feel this way too.

  • March 31, 2014 at 11:35am

    So this officer commits a violent assault on an unsuspecting female college student with dozens of onlookers was this officer trying to start a riot? Its stuff like this that will cause a crowd to turn on you I get the impression maybe they were hoping for that. A chance to break out some new toys, kill some kids, and kick back the next day and brag about how many people you brutalized. I’m tired of these lowlifes with a badge getting away with stuff like this and then investigating themselves and finding no wrong doing, case closed.

  • March 30, 2014 at 12:16pm

    Exactly and thank you for willingness to express yourself.

  • March 30, 2014 at 12:06pm

    I’m disappointed in most of the comments here. Who are any of you to pass judgment on this young man? Who are you to call into question his manhood? Or to even question how he chooses to express himself. He was given a choice to participate in events he trains hard for or stand on principal and his God given right to freedom of expression as a master over his own person. His choice was to not conform like a good little drone. How do you expect to develop leaders in the fight for liberty in schools that do everything possible to suppress and deny the constitutional rights of the students? They are born with inalienable rights too. What impact does his hair have on an ordered free society? If you want the republic to survive this way of thinking has to change. Are we FREE or conforming slaves to the collective.

  • February 11, 2014 at 11:25am

    The video is way to long. The moment the drone entered Israeli air space there would have been a big flash of light end of drone = end of video.

  • February 11, 2014 at 10:31am

    Oh! I see now, the actual words to “stand down” where not used. Just as the words to “Go try to save them” were not used. This distinction is a matter of parsing words to muddy the waters. The fact is the military will not act without orders to do so, and stay where you are means don’t do anything. Anyone who accepts this as an explanation like it was some big misunderstanding is either naive or an accomplice to the cover up, likely the latter.

  • January 7, 2014 at 3:09pm

    I don’t think this will get the attention it deserves, and it has been happening way to often. The killing of an unarmed 18 year old while 2 officers are on top of him sounds like homicide if the facts presented here are correct. I know he had a screw driver to start with, but after being hit with the 2 tasers I doubt he still had it. Somebody knows who pulled the trigger and unless they are ok with police acting like this they should speak out, it might be a member of their own family who is executed next.

  • November 25, 2013 at 11:39am

    It sounds to me that this business owner has little understanding of who Glen Beck is or what the Tea Party is all about. No organization in my life time has been more pro government and pro liberty based on the principles that made America great than the Tea Party. McMahon if you read this I suggest you do more of your own thinking and less of being told what to think by our government controlled, propaganda spewing, main stream media. The only way you could think the Tea Party is anti-government is if you believe the BS they claim is news. You may think Cochran is a loon for his religious belief, but I would rather trust a man who is trying to live by God’s law than one who lives by mans law. Your reasons for ending your contract make it appear as if you close minded and intolerant of those who don’t think like you. The great thing about the Tea Party is they believe you should have the freedom to do exactly as you have done to include having your product compete in an unfettered marketplace where people can buy it if they like it, or not buy it because an arrogant, low information, ass runs the company.

  • November 22, 2013 at 12:07pm

    I also wanted to say that if they hadn’t imposed themselves and violated his rights then there would be nothing to charge, their duty to harass him when he had committed no crime led to the charges they filed against him. A man walking down the road with a long rifle in Texas is perfectly legal and their is no duty to investigate without a suspicion BASED ON EVIDENCE of something else potentially nefarious going on. The officer asked no pertinent questions to his instigation or explained that he wanted to temporarily disarm the victim while they talked. He said it best when he said the law does not apply to him and he apparently makes it up as he goes.

  • November 22, 2013 at 11:44am

    I saw this when it happened I still can’t believe this guy went to jail and based on the video still don’t know what he did that he had to be arrested. These guys just bullied him around and manufactured charges against him.

  • November 21, 2013 at 12:18pm

    It seems the officer has decided he can arrest anyone that disagrees with him or questions his interpretation of state law. The school will not prevail in this and it shouldn’t. The arrest is completely unjustified. This officer repeatedly made threats to the parent for his attempt to have his children released by the school to him in effect he tried to bully the parent to capitulate to school policy over state law. Did the officer have grounds for the arrest? No! If the police can take this guy to jail then anyone can be arrested for anything just because an officer feels like it, and that is a police state. Their are laws about what warrants an arrest I am hard pressed from this video to find any aggressive action by the parent, in fact the officer was the aggressor. He made statements about a previous history with the parent but you can’t arrest him because you’re still mad from the other incident if he didn’t do it then he missed his chance. The more I see of these officers and their bully tactics escalating situations that many times can and should be easily resolved without handcuffs or shooting but they make the choice they will not be defied and they will not compromise it is equal to the sin of pride only people are being killed by their pride. This needs to stop. How many will die before the bullies are removed from the police force and those who allow them to commit crimes while wearing a badge are brought to justice themselves.

  • November 18, 2013 at 3:25pm

    I did not even watch the video yet the officer has all her information and she is leaving the scene without permission and has a car full of kids. Do not shoot at the car full of kids. The driver has done nothing to shoot and kill them for, escalation to lethal force is just stupid. somebody needs to reign in the these bully thugs If a kid was killed them saying it was the mothers fault because she didn’t follow orders rings hollow to me.

  • November 7, 2013 at 11:18am

    Munchhausen Syndrome?

  • November 7, 2013 at 11:13am

    I have no comment on when we started singing the National Anthem at sporting events but I like it and have seen some moving patriotic moments as a result. When people gather for any event I think it is appropriate to celebrate our right and freedom to do so with the anthem and pledge. You do not get into the military by signing a card at a football game. You take an aptitude test, decide on a MOS (Job), take a drug test and physical. If you don’t have any red flags you will sit down discuss and sign a contract usually with your parents present or someone who fills an advisory role for you. It does not happen in 1 day or even in a week.

  • November 7, 2013 at 10:57am

    Best stanza of the song, unfortunately I think a majority of the people have never heard it. Thanks for posting this.

  • October 9, 2013 at 6:17pm

    Thanks Eric your attitude and $25 can amount to millions. I truly believe this is the time for constitutional conservatives to stand and be counted. I hope the 2014 elections prove once and for all that the Tea Party and the ideology that binds them together as constitutional conservatives is truly grass roots that will not just go away like the media has more than once implied. We can, and should, ignite a burning desire among those who go to Washington in our name to work for the cause of Liberty, and promote the constitution to the world as a guide to free all people making it so that wanna be dictators have no place in this world to hide. Freedom is a dangerous and powerful thing!

  • October 9, 2013 at 5:30pm

    I guess it is time for me to put up! I vowed to do everything in my power, including donating my hard earned money, to help people who genuinely believe in the constitution. I want to see America be a blessing and place of refuge to the world by it’s example of what can be accomplished by free people, and a limited government of the people, as was intended. If we can get back to our founding ideology in this modern age of information, and communication, America will once again change the world for the good of mankind.

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  • October 4, 2013 at 10:25am

    Two teens in love roughly 3 1/2 years apart in age. I don’t care about orientation gay or straight I keep reading that the VICTIM was 14 at the time the relationship started. The parents despite what they have said do not want to admit they have a lesbian daughter and made her a victim. We should at all cost protect our children from predators, but can anyone say with a sound conscience this just turned 18 love struck girl was a predator worthy of locking up and protecting society from. What about the social damage done to the victim, not by the relationship, but by her own parents who in their effort to protect her betrayed her on more ways than a young teen is prepared to cope with emotionally, I fear for her safety from her self.

  • September 13, 2013 at 11:19am

    I saw the same thing and read it twice, It had a person standing in water that didn’t look happy so lets put that image up. China in Colorado