User Profile: milez5

milez5

Member Since: July 04, 2011

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  • [2] May 22, 2015 at 2:45am

    In issues like these people often tend to want to file a lawsuit, but in a public school that is just a rape of the tax payer. School officials, like any other government official seem to value their pension above all. Before that teacher told that kid that she could not quote the bible in her project she could easily have gotten a ruling from a school district attorney. At the very least, prior to writing such a letter to the parents, one would think that the vice principal would have consulted a school district attorney. That is what the lawyers are there for, but neither one cared enough to do so. The only way to stop these kinds of incidents is to fire teachers and principals for making these types of harsh rulings without doing the due diligence of consulting a lawyer. The penalty for that should be dismissal. Not being allowed to resign or retire with a million dollar a year pension, but being fired and given a brief period to clean out their desk before being escorted to their car. That might make some of these officials think twice about handing down harsh rulings without at least consulting a district lawyer first.

  • [1] May 18, 2015 at 11:44pm

    Beck is off on this one. While there might be a terrorist attack powerful enough for people to want war that will not be the case in the event of an economic collapse. At least not a foreign war, if the economy collapses the war will be right here in our own streets.

  • [1] May 4, 2015 at 2:55am

    Indeed, but not with the unlimited resources that it would take to absorb all of Africa. They must cut off immigration or be cut down by it.

  • [1] May 4, 2015 at 2:52am

    Yes, it is often a mistake to put an exact time frame on a future event. Suffice to say that Europe’s immigration policy is insane and must, sooner rather than later, result in disaster for them.

  • [2] May 4, 2015 at 2:48am

    Good point. She is correct in what she says, but it is like the European countries have gone insane. There are reports of Muslims throwing Christians out of the boats, but the PM of italy said that has nothing to do with religion. I promise you that if they landed on the shore of China or japan they would be kicked out at once. What is Europe’s problem? It isn’t Christianity, Europe really isn’t that anymore, so what really is up with them?

  • [4] May 1, 2015 at 11:34pm

    well I think he is right and the sad thing is, just as he says, we could prevent this but we lack the political will to cut spending, make taxes flat and fair and bring our deficits/debt under control. If we will not do those things—and we won’t–collapse is inevitable.

  • [-9] April 30, 2015 at 1:39am

    This lady may indeed shine, but lets face it, how many people today have a guilt trip about something that happened seventy years ago in which they had no involvement? If you contrast the “guilt” that so many Germans, even young Germans still seem to feel over what happened in that war with the guilt that young Japanese feel about the atrocities committed by their country during the war—none—it is easy to contrast the insane immigration policies that are helping to kill off Western Europe with the lack of same in Japan. World War II is long over. It was a terrible time, but it was hardly the worst thing that ever happened. We all need to get over it and move on.

  • [2] April 27, 2015 at 3:03am

    Well it’s just too bad that so many people can’t seem to understand that just because Obama is bad, in fact he is probably the worst president ever, but that does not make Bush good.

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  • [7] April 27, 2015 at 2:46am

    Yes,every inner city in America is a tender box it seems where any violent encounter between the cops and a black man can lead to this kind of violence. It makes you wonder when big city cops will just stop doing their job and turn a blind eye whenever they spot a black suspect doing something, even something violent.

  • [1] April 21, 2015 at 2:37am

    I am surprised by this. I would have thought that Jeb Bush would have had them in his pocket since they seem so like minded on so many things and because Jeb is, well, a Bush.

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  • April 21, 2015 at 2:21am

    Slaughtered, yes but replaced by whom? That is the real question.

  • [15] April 21, 2015 at 2:19am

    Good point Smokey. what does Beck want us to do? We tossed our ally Mubarak and even Gaddafi who was not our ally, but who kept things under control in his country down the stairs. Now the whole region has gone to hell, Europe is insanely permitting boat loads of radical Islamist’s—they toss all Christians overboard–into their countries without the slightest who they even are. It’s like almost all of the Middle East has gone to hell in a hand basket while Europe has lost it’s mind. What are we really to do about all that?

  • [22] April 21, 2015 at 1:53am

    To the best of my knowledge there is no such thing as a boy’s brain in a girls body. As far as I know boy’s are boy’s and girls are girls right down to their DNA. Now I realize that people think they are in the wrong body, but let’s face it there are people who think they are the victim of alien abduction too. Lots of people believe in lots of things that just aren’t true.

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  • [9] April 19, 2015 at 10:58pm

    Actually this moment brought to you by America. A nation that was 90 percent white in 1960, but that foolishly has allowed it’s demographic to be changed since 1968—the year the immigration act of 1965 went into effect. Now white folks are 64 percent of the population, well on our way to being a minority and we have a black president who-surprise, surprise does not see the world the way we do. When you think about it, blacks and whites see virtually nothing the same way. Not economics, not the justice system, really nothing at all.

  • April 16, 2015 at 3:08am

    Well what she is saying is that every society develops a paradigm or climate of opinion. The bottom line would seem to be that if the paradigm is to be that gay marriage is equal to heterosexual marriage than government will work to repress any opposing opinion. She has pointed out that it is already the case in Canada with their so-called human rights councils and here in the USA we want to throw people in jail and take everything they have if they don’t want to bake a cake or take photographs at a gay wedding.

  • [4] April 16, 2015 at 2:53am

    That is so true. Jeb is one of the most dangerous neoconservatives on planet earth, as bad or perhaps worse than his brother. He supports federal control of education via common core and of course he is a traitor to his country regarding immigration just as his brother was. No, his brother may be nothing to brag about, but he has many more problems than just him.

  • [2] April 10, 2015 at 2:41am

    Well she does have a very big fat body to start with, how it transfers to the soul is anyone’s guess. lol

  • [7] April 10, 2015 at 2:39am

    She is what passes for a intellectual on many college campuses today. She has a meaningless degree in ethnic and or gender studies or some nonsense. A course of study that would be impossible for a person of color to fail. Then she is given a job at a school where her course is probably made part of the general education requirement to graduate, thus insuring full classes which of course justifies her position. Good gig if you can get it.

  • April 9, 2015 at 3:30am

    Actually one of the few good things about Obama is that he does not want war. Now granted that is mainly because he is a Marxist who is primarily interested in” fundamentally transforming” America. Also, he thinks it is racist to wage war against people who are not white. But regardless, at least he is keeping us out of a quagmire in the Middle East and that much is good.

  • [2] April 9, 2015 at 3:24am

    Yes, these neocon’s want war without end. The one question that they can never answer is this: If I held a magic wand in my hand and the moment I waved my wand every member of the Islamic state and every supporter of it, no matter where they are on earth would drop dead. What would you replace ISIL with? A Jeffersonian Democracy really does not count because frankly, there is no way that they are ready for that over there. They have no idea what they would replace ISIL with. And because politics, like nature arbors a vacuum if you are going to get rid of ISIL you must have a viable replacement standing by or else it will soon be replaced by something as bad or worse. Rand Paul seems to have some degree of understanding about that. No neoconservative , like John McCain does.

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