I refer to it as the “bears taking a dump in the woods index.”
“oh you mean to tell me a bunch of people on twitter are acting like jerks against religion, are the bears still taking a dump in the woods?”
October 8, 2015 at 6:46pm
Plenty of good people out there son, but they’re getting swallowed up by the collective arses of twitter in facebook until they become just another part of that giant buttcrack of society that does nothing than spew filth of unimaginable varieties all day and night.
 October 8, 2015 at 6:43pm
I think the sewers of twitter could use little cleaning, a good step in the right direction trying to bring some sanity to the pound key (that’s right, it isn’t a gorram “hashtag” you ninnys) fanatics.
If you want to advertise to the sinners, you got to go where they inhabit.
 October 8, 2015 at 11:51am
Actually I seem to remember one of those being an Obama appointee by the name of Van Jones, and he’s about as conservative as Karl Marx.
October 6, 2015 at 5:20pm
That’s not a trumped up charge, that law was established because one too many people would report someone following them and end up dead or raped, or both. It isn’t BS when someone is following you around with a gun to get concerned about that person’s intentions, especially with the recent attacks against police. Doesn’t matter what started the situation, we’re here and we have to deal with it, we can sort out the details after the killing stops, until then lock load and keep your eyes open.
 October 6, 2015 at 12:32pm
Actually stalking is a crime, and this video is ample evidence to search the perpetrator’s home, which I think it would be pretty reasonable that this will turn from stalking to attempted murder. The real question is how the officer didn’t notice someone following him, situational awareness is essential nowadays.
See, this is exactly the reason why we are having these problems. People arrested and charged with trumped up and baseless charges. Who subsequently can't afford to defend themselves properly. Get convicted and then are thrust into a cycle of poverty and crime.
All because someone wanted to play "hard-a%$" and find some BS charges to drop on them. Like resisting arrest because their leg hits an officer while LEO are slamming them on the ground. That one happens often.
That's not a trumped up charge, that law was established because one too many people would report someone following them and end up dead or raped, or both. It isn't BS when someone is following you around with a gun to get concerned about that person's intentions, especially with the recent attacks against police. Doesn't matter what started the situation, we're here and we have to deal with it, we can sort out the details after the killing stops, until then lock load and keep your eyes open.
October 6, 2015 at 12:29pm
Ain’t just tyrants, lots of criminals have a bad habit of vanishing, especially when the laws are such that those criminals won’t be punished under the law. Lots of unmarked graves out there across the country.
 October 6, 2015 at 12:14pm
Stalking is actually a crime in most states, and is often part of the planning process for murder. There isn’t enough evidence to convict them of attempted murder, but enough to justify a search of the perp’s property which I wouldn’t be surprised if there is ample evidence for an attempted murder conviction.
 October 1, 2015 at 12:09pm
Spite is a delicious poison, it tastes good, but like every poison it will eventually kill you, particularly if it is all that you live on. Indulge every now and then, and don’t be like the buttheads at 50 states of gay that made that video.
 September 30, 2015 at 1:52pm
I got no problem taking a life as long as that person’s actions have justified their death, what action has a unborn child committed except for merely existing? My problem with abortion for any reason is that the vast vast majority are innocents killed for the pleasure and livelihood of their mothers, that’s murder even if it is legal under the law.
I'm not disagreeing about the"innocence" comparison. Of course an unborn ferris is more "innocent" than a convicted felon.
My point is to point out the error you're making. The value of human life, in the moral sense, is not determined by the degree of guilt and innocence. If you believe I'm wrong, than you make Christ out to be a liar, who forgives even the most heinous of sins.
I repeat, the value of one's life isn't gaged by how innocent it is. This supports the gnostic belief that one's actions determine their salvation. Do you believe that? It's not CHRISTIAN, and neither is capital punishment.
*fetus, not "ferris"......
I oppose capital punishment because I'm a Christian. I have a major problem taking ANY life, guilty or not. I don't exist to "justify" another person's life or death, and neither do you. Life, according to CHRISTIAN doctrine, isn't justified by action.
That's not to say that I think murderers should be set free to walk the street! Quite the contrary! I believe in life sentences, hard labor, and true penance for heinous crimes with no possibility for parole! I'm a firm believer in consequences for actions.
However, taking "life" is egregious. I'm a believer that ALL LIFE has SOME value. You can argue that the lives of the unborn have MORE value, and you probably wont get a big argument out of me. But even the convict on death row, who murdered someone....even him, his "life" has SOME value in the eyes of God. We know this, because we're Christians, and we believe in salvation, redemption, mercy, and forgiveness.
Don't put them to death. Not saying don't punish them at all, no. Punish them for life, in prison, hard labor, no conveniences. But spare the "life", which has value. Do we TRULY value ALL human life????
 September 30, 2015 at 1:46pm
Little do they know, reality is a real force, and when it makes itself known and all the fantasies fall away, it will be a day of great tragedy for many.
 September 25, 2015 at 1:42pm
When did deciding whether someone can live and die based on convenience become a moral choice? The blasted supreme court can say whatever it wants, but the fact that someone can die for no crime other than existing is disgusting and amoral, and anyone who would make that choice based on convenience is worse than scum.
 September 25, 2015 at 12:39pm
Only because one side became so degenerate in their sins. Sometimes the Lord himself would intervene, other times he simply stood back and let his chosen people fight without his protection, never ended well for them.
September 25, 2015 at 12:36pm
It would seem the pope has been seduced by the talk of the treeworshippers, the Neodruids that have seized the hearts and minds of men. Do we really trust the government’s of the world to control the air that we, our children and our food all breathe? This madness only ends one way, and this time there won’t be an America there to deliver food and clothes to the starving masses.
Only a true tree-huger as yourself would omit that In his homily he also cited "children who go without schooling, those deprived without medical insurance, the homeless, the forgotten elderly."and to protect all stages of life and the importance of the family.
September 25, 2015 at 12:23pm
And the loyal slaves of this generation have been taught to love the leash as long as it is named “justice” or “environmentalism”
 September 25, 2015 at 12:00pm
I don’t think a bunch of murderesses celebrating their kills like hunting trophies is going to resonate well with the public. You don’t seem to understand the more people see of abortion and the selfish bimbos who had one because it was convenient and not for the big 3 reasons the more disgusted they become.
 September 24, 2015 at 12:58pm
Withdrawal, it’s an unpleasant thing to watch even when they are being treated. Sad truth is most of those medical treatment centers don’t have much room on good days, can’t blame them, they have to keep people like this under constant watch for weeks. Don’t do drugs people, they will screw you up good.
And there is no guarantee for success for withdrawal treatment.
 September 16, 2015 at 11:30am
Just wait when they get here, someone is going to glitterbomb them and will end up beaten to death. Western Civilization really doesn’t have any idea how to handle these people, the pen is only mightier than the sword when the other side actually reads.
 September 15, 2015 at 11:39am
I guess I’m one of those weird people that the more I understand the more closed I become to their plight and the disgust which I feel at their decisions grows everyday as they descend to deeper levels of depravity.
Honesty is what people need, not to be coddled by the generation of psychos that tells them there is no reality but what they make up. These people are sick and need actual help.
Indeed. To cater to a "child [who] is a sexual deviant of some sort" constitutes CHILD ABUSE. Not only abuse of the deviant child, but of other children as well.
Not to mention that truth is a value to seek with all our strength.
 September 15, 2015 at 11:35am
Unfortunately that is what our country has become, just one big Jerry Springer show where every deviant and pervert parades themselves before the audience and demands their acceptance. And here I was thinking the bar couldn’t fall much farther after Honey Boo Boo.
Beck isn’t the problem, the problem is the people of this country, so hedonistically obsessed they can’t see their world crumbling away at their feet.
Good post. It is the Yellow bellied cowards called conservatives that are allowing this to happen to their children.Thank God this country will soon be destroyed, at least then the children will be in heaven
Where God will protect them.