User Profile: Malcom0983


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  • November 25, 2015 at 11:41am

    As if I needed further confirmation that The Blaze has devolved into nothing more than a bunch of click-bait hacks. A story discussing the possible beginnings of WWIII includes a joke about turkey and thanksgiving. Fkn classy.

  • [1] October 27, 2015 at 11:07am

    GB “confronted” Rand Paul? That “confrontation” was weak at best because GB has nothing but out of context sound bites to back him up. GB never dared to confront Ron Paul while The Blaze was putting out hit pieces on a daily basis during the last presidential election cycle.
    These days, it’s stupid and impractical to campaign only to your base. Especially after so many years of failed immigration policies that bring in millions of democrats each year. You can’t complain about minorities voting straight ticket because they’re brainwashed and then do nothing to show them the benefits of conservatism.

  • October 2, 2015 at 11:33pm

    @FaithfulFriend: How much jet fuel was in WTC7?

  • [4] October 2, 2015 at 6:48pm

    Most of you turds want to beat your chest about Russia. Those “friendly rebels” are splinters of Al Qaeda that we fought in Iraq. Once McCain and Obama armed those “friendly rebels”, they splintered again and became IS/ISIL/ISIS. The US and the allies have “accidentally” bombed TRUE anti-ISIS factions (ie. the Kurds and Syrian soldiers) and “accidentally” dropped weapons and supplies to ISIS. Bashir Al-Assad is the president of a sovereign nation that the US fomentation of the “Arab spring” failed to overthrow. So, to recap: Obama is being a crybaby about Russia fighting actual terrorists because the US and it’s allies are sandbagging and would rather arm and fund terrorists than to see Assad remain the president of Syria. So keep beating your chest. All the way to your local recruiter’s office. Or fly on over there and give Russia the what for.

  • [1] June 26, 2015 at 12:33pm

    Not to get on the Ron Paul soap box but…
    To your lack of respect for life point – Ron Paul (an anti-illegal/unfounded/interventionist war candidate) had huge support from millennials. Also, a great portion of the military is made up of mellinnials.
    Whether it’s the non-mellinnial government officials or the non-mellinnial parents that are breading and perpetuating the ideals of entitlement and poor work ethic, I’d say the mellinials aren’t doing too terribly considering non-mellinnials destroyed our currancy, destroyed the US job market, took away incentive to work hard, destroyed the education system, destroyed industry, destroyed the family unit, destroyed you name it. This country was flushed long before a 1980′s or 90′s kid had the power to do anything about it.

  • [-1] June 23, 2015 at 6:50pm

    And sure, I get that the “intelligently” part is relative to the argument vs the audience. But if you don’t at least listen to the better put together questions posed about the more popular conspiracy subjects, you are doing yourself a disservice and aligning yourself with UC Berkley and other liberal universities.

  • [-1] June 23, 2015 at 6:46pm

    Glenn Beck has some ideas that the “main stream” would consider conspiracy theories (George Soros and such). Beck denies that he is a conspiracy theorist and he even degrades those who he believe are conspiracy theorists (9/11, Sandy Hook and such). You can’t agree with the belief that we should intelligently question everything while denying legitimacy to those who are doing just that.

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  • June 6, 2015 at 5:55pm

    “The judge said their crimes were still severe because they impeded an investigation into a terrorist attack at a time when investigators were trying to determine the identities of the bombers.”
    The FBI knew these guys. The older brother was an informant to some degree. If the FBI wasn’t at the door of every possible terrorist in that city immediately after the bomb drill at the JFK Library… I mean the Boston Marathon bombing… then the FBI should be charged. Why are all of their friends in jail or dead? There is no proof that the friends had anything to do with anything but the FBI killed one of their (unarmed) friends in Florida during an interview. Does that have anything to do with the official reports saying that Dzhokhar was shot in the throat and may never speak again? We later find out from photos that he was not shot in the throat and was unarmed during the final assassination attempt.
    Also, what would a backpack or computer have changed? They were tagged as guilty and there was a kill order before we even knew who they were.

  • [24] May 26, 2015 at 7:43pm

    Immigration is not the issue. The need for SELECTIVE immigration and failure to assimilate are the issues. Dual citizenship is another strange situation.

  • May 26, 2015 at 3:13pm

    Ben Swann speaking on information obtained by

  • May 26, 2015 at 2:59pm

    True but I come here to read articles.

  • [1] May 26, 2015 at 2:52pm

    “As Iraqi government troops have surrendered to the Sunni militia, American weapons have also fallen into the hands of the Islamic State.”
    IS has HAD American weapons. We gave them to IS in Syria, other anti-Assad factions gave IS gave IS weapons that we initially gave to the factions. We repeatedly “accidentally” air drop weapons and supplies to IS.

    “…Biden “pledged full U.S. support” for the efforts to recapture territory, including expedited training and equipment for Iraqi troops.”
    This is so disingenuous. We are supplying both sides of the fight. This whole thing is manufactured and isn’t designed to be controlled.

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  • [7] May 21, 2015 at 9:12pm

    Recently he made the point that if he went to congress with what he found out, he would be in jail. There are at least 2 whistle blowers in prison now. Gen. Betrayus gave up secrets but is a part of the gang so he dodged jail and got a meager fine instead.

  • [2] May 21, 2015 at 9:09pm

    Who is writing these headlines?? Why tease with the question we already know was asked?? How many ‘Click-bait School of Journalism’ grads are on the team?

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  • May 20, 2015 at 12:45pm

    I need a chart showing which type of aircraft and how many has been sold to foreign nations?

  • May 19, 2015 at 8:50pm

    Revisiting my comments years later:
    At the time of your comment, I was in Iraq without the military’s protection. I am a veteran, a mason and a charity volunteer. Because I don’t support your savior and think ill of him, that makes me a lost soul? If someone has a differing opinion, you would question the state of their soul? At least mine doesn’t belong to GB.

  • [1] May 19, 2015 at 5:30pm

    Fug it! We’ll do it live!
    I can see him doing this. He is a bully. You can see it every time he shouts down a guest or cuts their mic because they are besting him. Like the Boulder High School kid that used O’Reilly’s own words from ‘O’Reilly Factor For Kids’ against him. O’Reilly then called him a pinhead.
    Tide goes in, tide goes out. You can’t explain that.

  • May 19, 2015 at 5:05pm

    Children were being raised well before video games. Family time, hobbies, talking, board games, cards, books, television, movies, radio and playing outside (even in the rain) were perfectly acceptable forms of entertainment. All video games are basically useless. If you aren’t learning the value of hard work and patience outside of video games, you have problems. Even if you are reading fiction books, you are still engaging your mind, not “vegging out”. One of the most disturbing parts of this video is how hard it was for the boy to part with something that he could buy again later. For as much as I appreciate a lot of aspects of modern media, there has been a steady degradation of society since cheap and abundant mind-numbing media was introduced to the masses.

  • [43] May 19, 2015 at 4:28pm

    Imagine if nobody had time for patriotism. No time for respecting the sovereignty of this nation. No time for civic obligations. Not joining the military, police force or fire department would have saved a lot of people a lot of time. I think a song that you can sing in under 2 minutes is a small price to pay to show a little bit of reverence to the country who’s freedoms you enjoy. During “America’s pastime” no less.

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  • May 18, 2015 at 1:04pm

    You fail to understand the difference between justice and retribution. You fail to understand the difference between the mindset of a terrorist and the actions of a terrorist. My statement on an explanation to God was rhetorical. God does not need an explanation, my point was to make you think of how you would rationalize this to someone who we are all held accountable for our thoughts and actions. You’re wrong about God expecting us to treat evil with more compassion than evil treats others. I don’t know what religion you are but that is kind of a theme in Christianity. It is up to us to separate evil from a good society. It is not our place to seek vengeance.

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