User Profile: Loyal Eagle

Loyal Eagle

Member Since: September 01, 2010

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  • [-2] August 25, 2015 at 3:32am

    Again, psychological warfare… it’s really about ensuring a progressive in the WH. But instead, watch the feud between two popular celebrities, giving air time to someone who’s going to divide the Republican vote. (And please note who’s doing the inflammable tweeting.) He will not run as a Republican and he will do all he can to weaken votes for whoever is nominated. So, unless the public wakes up in time, we’re going to have another progressive in the WH. Folks, that’s all there is to it. Psychological warfare 101 works on the American public every time… Oh, God, we’re obviously that dumb. Help us.

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  • [9] August 25, 2015 at 2:06am

    It’s not about offensive flags. Never was. The Confederate flag did not cause a lunatic to go on a shooting spree. His outrage could have been directed at anyone or anything. The Confederate flag was a prop so you won’t see what’s in the other hand. It’s psychological warfare 101. “Never let a good crisis go to waste” and they didn’t.

    The public is being herded like cattle into a bitter corral where we are told what to think and when to think it. When have you ever thought of banning the Confederate flag before the above incident happened which had nothing to do with the Confederate flag? By using this incident to incite the public to ban one flag, we now must ban them all, including our own American Flag. The bad guys won again using the loudest Americans as their “useful idiots” as usual.

    I believe the public should be taught about psychological warfare. We’re not dumb. Once we know what it looks like and how it works, we can defeat it. But we never will if we continue to deny its existence in our media, big business and government, which all three propagate as this example so proves. This incident is a perfect illustration demonstrating the enormous power of psychological warfare, and if left unchecked will lead to the destruction of our own American birthright, which is the ultimate goal of those who hate our Freedom, our Freedom to be an informed public, to think for ourselves, and to live our lives as individuals answerable first to our God.

  • [-1] August 21, 2015 at 4:48pm

    Extremely persecuted refugees, who are being tortured, crucified, beheaded, raped and slaughtered because they’re not Muslim or not Muslim enough, are being denied safe haven into the US which can only be compared to the US denying entry to the Jews fleeing Nazi Germany while Hitler’s voters and henchmen are welcomed by the millions. #NeverAgainIsNow And Glenn Beck means it…

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  • [5] August 20, 2015 at 9:15pm

    Would we need permission to promote the word “Liberty”? I understand the school’s legal, progressive, political correct position, but honoring our fallen heroes is not a “cause” on par with politics or a “diverse opinion” Americans hold. It’s a moral duty, a moral obligation a respectful Nation has for the Freedom we enjoy, and may soon lose if not for the sacrifice of the fallen. Anytime is the right time to honor these men and women, whether on publicly or privately owned property and/or products, which would include school team uniforms if the wearers so desired.

  • [-2] August 7, 2015 at 10:36pm

    Seriously Oliver? You couldn’t find any pro-Trump tweets? Maybe determine a factual percentage? This story is “no news” other than that which you just created. If there’s something worth reporting report it honestly. Please, I trust The Blaze and I trust you. You’re so much better than this. Tough night?

  • [1] August 7, 2015 at 6:41am

    I’m undecided who I’m voting for, and only know who I’m not. Trump is saying all the right things for a crowd who recognizes America is in trouble, a crowd who’s fed-up and angry, who do not know where to turn, who are looking for speedy fix, who believe him, and perhaps now see him as a poor victim of Fox News. America did the same with Obama. This time, I hope we’ve learned as a Nation that it’s not what someone says, or who plays the victim/hero better, but it’s one’s previous actions and his developed character that matter most. If you truly and seriously want to ensure America survives the reset, then be prepared to think as an individual determined to be free under our Constitution. That will narrow the field down to about five.

  • August 2, 2015 at 9:21pm

    I like Ann, but this article doesn’t sound like her. I want immigrants to assimilate into our English-speaking American culture too, but banning the celebration of one’s own religious feast days? I thought she was a Constitutionalist? Can’t go along on this one…

  • [6] August 2, 2015 at 8:03pm

    Slavery began commercially with the Arab-African trade route long before the United States was ever a Country. Both Africans and Arabs enslaved their own plus sold to the Spanish. The Spanish often purchased the slaves from the Africans and Arabs as opposed to doing the dirty work themselves, it was easier. The Spanish then sailed to the Americas, where they promptly enslaved or executed the inhabitants in both the South and North Americas. Yet, oddly, all three groups today blame a fourth group – the entire white-American population, for the few whites (less than 3%) who purchased slaves from the three other scumbags who made it all legally possible. It’s kind of like in today’s world blaming the individual for legally using Planned Parenthood. All human rights are stripped from another because of their class.

    No getting around it, it was bad, but there’s enough blame to go around equally and I’m sick and tired of one group raising their children to believe otherwise. It’s hate-speech to not correctly teach the origins and the historical path of slavery because not teaching it correctly expectedly results in perpetual racism and hate. Everyone’s had their turn in the barrel. My ancestors were not only slaves they were fed to lions…so get over it

  • [10] July 30, 2015 at 10:37pm

    @5WarVeteran There is no Christianity apart from the Resurrection. If Jesus didn’t die on that cross, didn’t rise from the dead and ascend into heaven, then forget it, you’re faith is in vain. Try something else…you’re only fooling yourself claiming to be Christian. But, if you’re serious in becoming one, learn the facts of the resurrection first. It will take about an hour of your time while here on earth to learn of your eternity. Seems a bit worth it…

  • July 30, 2015 at 10:09pm

    @woody1101fl Thank you. You got it when the three “intellectuals” focused elsewhere. Yes, voters need to have some honest insight into his candidate’s true character, or we’re going to get another Obama in another direction just as scary. It’s not the rape, it’s the mindset. Who wants their guy to be all powerful when he can turn on anyone? I want someone in Office who deserves to be trusted with the lives of my loved ones. And anyone who sets about destroying another because they got in the way of their own ambition with the facts, I won’t trust with the lives of my children.

  • July 30, 2015 at 10:08pm

    @NoConcession I concede. The rape story is “no news” to you.

  • July 30, 2015 at 10:07pm

    @MiltonsMinion I admit I skipped over a few logical points in establishing my concern upon which the argument rests, but most intellectuals would not have floundered on the wrong issue. The argument is not whether or not Trump raped, which is what you addressed, but if he did he would destroy that reporter’s career. That is what I opposed, but you’ve made yourself woefully clear you would do the same. You’re of the same mindset: Attack and destroy anyone who gets in your way with the facts. Does that constitute an “agenda”?

    Btw, speaking of reasonable minds, if Ivana lied under oath why would you expect the truth from her when not under oath and with far more to gain by lying again? Take your time…

  • July 30, 2015 at 10:06pm

    @jdl333 Just typing the word “flawed” without a fact to support it is in itself flawed.

  • July 30, 2015 at 10:05pm

    I apologize for not responding sooner to all of you. My fault. My time is extremely limited and I just didn’t look for them. After reading them, however, they deserve answering.

  • [3] July 30, 2015 at 2:30am

    That was funny. But, surprise! The Arabic language is Latin based, which makes it quite easy to adopt the accent and pass off as Mexican or from any Latin American country. Isn’t that just sweet, huh?

  • [1] July 29, 2015 at 10:53pm

    Please help clear things up for me: In my opinion this video should have exonerated the officer, not indicted him, if I am to believe what I’m seeing on the video. So, do I not believe my lying eyes? Or did the prosecutor announce murder charges against this police officer to dodge the “Black Lives Matter” crowd and the WH’s accusatory take on all of this, as is the pattern?

    I see an unidentified man taking off in his vehicle with the officer nearly harmed by it. Innocent men don’t run, especially over not having a license. Grant you, the officer’s bullet could have landed in the gas tank or tire, but it didn’t. That’s the risk one takes and the price one pays, no matter who you are, for not following a police officer’s instructions. It’s the law, and we can’t afford to have a certain segment of our population considered above the law especially in this day-and-age.

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  • [-8] July 29, 2015 at 5:42am

    Now, wait a minute here… trust me, I’m no fan of the Daily Beast, but I see this reporter’s point. If Trump did rape, the quality of character is important to know before America goes to the polls, that’s if he did. And if he did, it would then follow that Ivana is now lying. And if that is the case, I pity this reporter. He’s going to get a taste of what the Left has been dishing out. Powerful people ruining careers and the lives of others for speaking the facts is not right. It’s not right when the Left or Obama does it, and it’s not right for any candidate I’d want to see hold any public Office.

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  • [2] July 28, 2015 at 10:44pm

    Oh, grrrrrreat, maybe they’ll become teachers?…yay. And maybe get awards from the WH?…yay, yay, let’s hear it. It doesn’t get better than this, folks. Ooooweeee, only in America!!!! Let’s hear it again… Oh, wait…maybe they’re terrorist? Well, at least we know they’re headed for sanctuary cities.

  • July 28, 2015 at 4:47pm

    Let’s see if I have this right… After CAIR asked the Justice Department to investigate the shop over possible civil rights violations, the shop’s owner decided to keep an open mind, study the Koran with CAIR, and to teach them how to use guns… ??? Do I have this right? Mustn’t let one’s principles get in the way…stand and be counted, talk the talk, until threatened. What a wuss!!!

  • [2] July 27, 2015 at 11:26pm

    I often agree with Krauthammer’s analysis but not on this one… I believe the distinction between Trump and McConnell is all too evident: With McConnell, Cruz may address a senatorial issue with hope to persuade; with the other it makes no sense as Trump has no standing in the Senate. So why would Cruz waste his time calling out Trump? Using Krauthammer’s logic on this one, Cruz would have to call out anyone and everyone at one time or another to avoid appearing hypocritical to Krauthammer. So, what’s going on with Krauthammer?

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