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Lordchamp

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  • [6] July 5, 2015 at 1:51pm

    That headline is almost as scary as the statement, “we’re from the government and we’re here to help.”

    Stop working and helping us into oblivion and a failed society.

  • [2] July 3, 2015 at 11:47am

    Of course it’s not racist for him but were the situation reversed, a white man following nature’s laws, not homosexual, would be crucified, literally if it were possible.

    The double standard is absolutely apparent.

    Again though, he is showing his ignorance and lies with his comments by twisting the meaning of Thomas’ words to mean what he wants them to mean so he can make his lies appear to mean something.

    It’s a typical leftist tactic that more and more people are finally seeing through. It’s purely a play for your emotions and contains no logical thinking whatsoever.

    The opposite is true for Thomas’ comment which is well thought out and very logical if you understand the Constitution as it is written and the intentions of the Founders.

  • [25] July 2, 2015 at 10:43pm

    You can’t allow kids to be involved with this evil. They do not have the mental development to resist it yet, even as they approach the upper grades. Teacher and administrative pressure will be horrendous.

    The only options are to either stop it or remove your children from it at whatever the cost. Otherwise you are sacrificing you children to this monstrous, pagan evil.

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  • [2] July 2, 2015 at 7:53pm

    Thomas was using the logic of the Constitution. Leftist don’t handle logic very well. Once you get out of the feel good, emotional arena, anything else makes their heads explode. As exhibited by his outrageous, over the top remarks.

    It’s a very simple concept George. Government does not define who or what we are as human beings. No matter what government, or for that matter, any human does to us, it does not define who we are.

    Real simple concept.

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  • [37] June 30, 2015 at 9:39pm

    Sure wish more black leaders had the backbone to say the same things instead of doing more damage to the people they pretend to support.

    As a white, South Carolina male, I’m in full agreement with him.

    Is that now racist, intolerant, bigoted, or politically incorrect to say I’m white? Probably.

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  • [5] June 30, 2015 at 4:46pm

    Come on Glenn, stop with the grandstanding.

    There is nothing new under the sun when it comes to human nature and behavior.

    We never learn from our historical mistakes so we always repeat them.

    Hence, why the Bible is still as relevant today as it was when written. When you do the same things you should expect the same consequences. Even if you just read the Bible for it’s history of human behavior you see the same thing over and over and over.

    You are correct though that liberty is at risk. History shows that our entire civilization is at risk. Once moral and ethical standards are abandoned, civilizations die.

  • [3] June 30, 2015 at 1:37pm

    Because that is what a moral and ethical society does. It’s respects things like the flag of their Country.

    We are no longer that society and without a return to that, history shows we are doomed to collapse and failure. We’re well down that road now.

  • [1] June 30, 2015 at 1:31pm

    You might be right but what is your Country and society worth to you.

    Evidently to them, it would be worth arrest if that were to happen.

    The difference is the leftists think with their feelings and emotions. We conservatives generally think with logic. It’s not logical to place yourself into a position of going to jail.

    That’s understandable from a logical perspective.

    However, we must get past that logic and act.

    Civil disobedience is the only viable option left available to us other than outright violence and all options must be exhausted before that at all costs, excluding self defense of course.

  • [1] June 30, 2015 at 1:21pm

    The act itself is their right, constitutionally. That I support.

    However, morally and ethically we as a society should shun such actions as unacceptable, so the non-reaction by people that have those moral and ethical ideals is what bothers me.

    Consider the following:

    “Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act.”
    ― Dietrich Bonhoeffer

    In case you don’t know, Bonhoeffer was a Christian minister who was imprisoned and later hanged by the nazi’s for standing up for his faith.

    So he should know something about evil and how to fight it. We would be wise to listen to his words.

  • [3] June 30, 2015 at 1:10pm

    More of the same and worse, that was the agenda all along. Just waiting for “crisis” to give them the opportunity.

    Time for all the fence sitters to wake up and see what’s really happening here. Better get on the right side of this quickly. Hint, those doing this flag burning are not on the right side.

    History shows visions of pitchforks, ropes, and lampposts in their future, symbolically of course.

  • [4] June 30, 2015 at 12:59pm

    I didn’t read all the comments so maybe someone has said this, but why are we not burning rainbow flags and any others that represent the leftist destructive agenda all across the nation in response to this?

    How pathetic, the blaze is now PC. You can’t use the abbreviated term for homosexual here so I had to change it to rainbow.

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  • [10] June 29, 2015 at 3:22pm

    Then you suffer the consequences of your decision. It’s called personal responsibility.

    Because you don’t like the truth does not change the truth. You can call it all the names you want. Invent some more if you like. It changes nothing.

    Rather than just reacting with feelings and emotions, why not do some research and learn the truth about things.

  • [46] June 29, 2015 at 2:35pm

    No Glenn the Bible does not teach we are all just brothers and sisters.

    We are brothers and sisters IN CHRIST. Without Christ in the picture, there are no brothers and sisters. So if someone refuses to accept Christ, they are NOT our brothers and sisters. You can’t have Christ only on one side of that relationship. If they refuse Christ, they are still sinful and therefore evil and we are taught to shun evil.

    That does not mean that we are evil to them in return but we are not required to bring them into our “family” in their unforgiven state. We should still present the gospel to them in hopes that God will work in their heart but they are NOT a part of us until they make that decision.

    This love, feel good religion is not all there is to the Bible. There is also punishment for sin. Consequences for sin. Without telling the whole story and just focusing on love you do a huge injustice to the gospel of Jesus Christ. That is what is wrong with the Church today, it’s politically correct and afraid to tell the truth of the gospel in fear of hurting someone’s feelings. Eternal damnation is going to hurt their feelings much worse than the truth of the gospel.

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  • [10] June 29, 2015 at 11:26am

    An unlawful law is no law, it is merely a rule of men, so she is free biblically and constitutionally to not follow it. In fact, she has a DUTY to no follow it.

    People really need to cure their ignorance of the Constitution as it is written, not as it is interpreted.

    Do not comply and remove your consent to be governed by an unconstitutional government.

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  • [2] June 27, 2015 at 3:59pm

    Actually Heso, many Southern lawmakers voted to end slavery, it was the north that kept it going many times. New England was the largest slave port in the Country. Many were still smuggled into there even after the law forbade it.

    Many had been working to end slavery since the late 1700′s and it was the north that revived it in New England.

    Also, the north usually controlled congress too because of population density.

    By 1830, only 36% of the households in the South owned slaves by 1860, according to the census of that year, that number was down to 30% so as I said, slavery was a dying institution. Within 10 years or less it would have faded into non-existence because it was becoming more and more unprofitable along with the social stigma it also carried.

    Most northern states were only mostly free of slavery because it did not serve their purpose not being an agricultural based area of the Country. Many northern states even forbade black from settling or traveling through their states. Indiana even included such in their Article 13 of their 1851 Constitution. So there was no love for blacks in the north.

    They merely served as a convenient emotional hot button issue to use against the South. Much the same as it is now. In the north many slave owners WERE black to include the very first slave owner in the colonies. There was no innocence on either side of the issue. Blacks were and are used for political gain by the north and financial gain by both north and south.

  • [7] June 27, 2015 at 12:19pm

    You could at least be correct and less ignorant about things if you want to remember them. Remember ignorance is curable with knowledge and this knowledge is easily found if you only try.

    The north did NOT end slavery. In fact it was ending on it’s own. In 1808 there was a law passed, mostly by Southern lawmakers that stopped the importation of slaves. 1808! Go check for yourself.

    From that point forward, slavery was a dying institution. It was then only a matter of how to assimilate the uneducated blacks into society without crushing the rest of society since in some areas, black outnumbered the citizens.

    In fact, the north had slaves until 1865, the year the War ended. Does that sound like they “ended” slavery to you? The emancipation proclamation ONLY released slaves in the South, not the north.

    The South at the time, if it had been a separate nation would have been the 4th richest nation in the world. The War of Northern Aggression was about money, pure and simple.

    The South was the north’s cash cow and slavery was merely a hot button issue, just as it is today, used to manipulate people like you and prevent you from seeing the truth. Had the South been allowed to leave the north would have been broke.

    Go read and research for yourself. Everything I have said is an easily provable fact.

    Also, the north instigated the War so the South was only responding in self-defense which is one of our God given, unalienable rights.

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  • June 27, 2015 at 12:06pm

    Guess that applies to everyone then, right?

  • [9] June 17, 2015 at 11:17pm

    Just had to open your mouth and remove all doubt.

  • [45] June 17, 2015 at 6:45am

    Yet, no one is in jail. No one is held responsible. If this were a private business, someone would have already been fired and prosecuted. The CEO and CIO would be the starting point. We all know who the failed CEO is in this situation.

    This monster that is government is too big to manage. We see this on a daily basis, yet we continue to allow it to grow and fester.

    From a security standpoint, why is this office even connected to the outside world in the first place? As a former system admin, that is absurdly stupid. At least make it have to be an inside job instead of allowing someone thousands of miles away to be able to access your data.

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  • [2] June 2, 2015 at 11:48am

    The war on drugs feeds a bigger monster than legalizing pot would be to this Country.

    It feeds the militarized police state and their partners the prisons. Drugs are a huge money maker for the system and so much of the justification for swat raids and the supposed need and use of other high tech type weapons.

    We’ve got to stop feeding the beast any way possible.

    In reply to the story Is Weed a Gateway Drug?

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