User Profile: milkmandanxx


Member Since: May 03, 2013


  • [4] August 28, 2014 at 4:37pm

    Religion was never meant to be banned from the public square, hence the “shall not prohibit the free exercise” clause. You can argue until you’re blue in the face, atheists (and lawyers), but that’s the the truth.

    The real problem here is that by forcing religion out of schools (and all mention thereof), the cities, counties and states are A) removing all free will from students and teachers, B) removing their right to choose, and C) placing all responsibility for learning upon the faculty/school and none upon the student/parent. Offering to lead a student in prayer if he/she so desires is not a violation of their civil rights, nor is it coercion, indoctrination or forced fellowship. It is a free choice to exercise their faith in a place of learning, which is what religion is about. Students should have a say in this, but alas, they are again the victims of a war of words and ideas between those who understand the principles of freedom, and those who wish to see it revoked.

  • [1] August 22, 2014 at 4:44pm

    What I don’t get is that in several states, including Utah and now Florida, the definition of marriage (not a ban on same-sex marriage, as it is often mistaken for), is considered by a federal judge as unconstitutional. OK. The unclear part is: if the judge has decided a law is unconstitutional, how is it open for appeal? Isn’t that like shutting down a Golden Corral for tainted food, then allowing it to stay open as long as people still show up to eat? It either is unconstitutional or it’s not. I get that appellate courts are designed for this purpose, but holding up a law against the constitution, calling it bogus and then saying “wait, don’t go tying empty pop cans to your car just yet…” seems to be a bit idiotic. In any case, two men joining together is not a marriage. A marriage exists between opposite genders who have the potential to create a family, which is why it has been protected this long. Good going, Florida.

  • April 11, 2014 at 1:19pm

    I worked for American Traffic Solutions in Scottsdale AZ for a few months before I left for a higher paying job. At the time, I defended the cameras against friends and acquaintances, but having left the company some time ago, I have to agree with the opinions of dissent here. These cameras seem to instill fear in drivers, rather than promote confidence. They do have their merit, however the argument that drivers break fast and hard in a yellow light when they should probably go through it is a valid one.

  • April 11, 2014 at 12:53pm

    King Lamoni (nice reference btw) is correct. Rather than make inflammatory statements, why not seek to bridge the gap between those who have been able to overcome adversity and those who are struggling with it still? Whites have their share of problems, their poor, their destitute and their needy. Whites, blacks, asian, mexican and other all have a common enemy here: oppression wielded by those in power who seek to divide, conquer and eventually yoke. We cannot let that happen. Start by volunteering in your church, community, food bank, or other outreach program to show you are committed to a positive change. The best way to convert someone to the truth is by example, never the fire/sword.

  • April 10, 2014 at 7:42am

    John Hancock? You mean HERBIE Hancock!

  • March 29, 2014 at 12:13pm

    Here here!

  • March 29, 2014 at 12:13pm

    Here, here!

  • March 29, 2014 at 11:47am

    Establishment clause – the biggest lie since Peter denied Christ. A five year old could dismantle that piece of rhetorical nonsense, so why can’t any decent lawyer do this?

  • [13] March 29, 2014 at 11:40am

    He’s like “I definitely see race there…” and after he finds out it’s Mobama, he’s all “I don’t think this is a democrat or a republican issue…backpeddlebackpeddle”. BE A MAN AND ANSWER THE DAMN QUESTION. IF YOU WERE HONEST, YOU’D SAY YOU’RE A RACIST AGAINST WHITE PEOPLE.

  • March 28, 2014 at 7:49am


  • March 19, 2014 at 8:35pm

    Seriously? Clearly you’ve never looked up a book on Amazon and did that “look inside” feature. It lets you read like 30 pages! In any case, I own 2 other Greg Gutfeld book and can promise they are worth the money.

  • March 6, 2014 at 1:32pm

    I LOL’d at this, though tragic and insensitive.

  • February 5, 2014 at 5:22pm

    TheBlaze promotes the debate with several stories and teasers, then Glenn says the debate is stupid and quotes the late great AngelDust addict Rodney King. What gives?

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  • February 5, 2014 at 5:18pm

    It’s a bit hypocritical that TheBlaze(tm) promotes the debate with stories leading up to it, and then Glenn calls it ridiculous on his radio/tv show. What gives?

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  • January 25, 2014 at 1:47pm

    Correct. The Jaredites were commanded to build one, as was Nephi. Also correct is the fact that corrupt lawyers and judges, not to mention the pridefulness of the people and unwillingness to share their substance with the poor, sick and afflicted were all major contributors of the downfall of those societies.

  • December 5, 2013 at 8:06am

    Does anyone know who she was tweeting to? Who the hell can stand to read anyone’s verbal adhd like this? Can you imagine what life would’ve been like if people had sent a letter for every random thought that streaked across their brain like a dying meteor?

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  • November 13, 2013 at 11:16am

    Lesson: Promote casual, anonymous sexual encounters. Promote drinking on yoga balls. Promote alcoholism. Promote addiction to pain pills. Call it a normal lifestyle while you gouge regular people out of their income with insane insurance premiums. Yet they cancel stamps that promote helmet-less headstands. On a side note, I can’t wait for them to find out what their insurance doesn’t cover! (Hint: it’s AA, HIV drugs, addiction recovery and counseling).

  • November 13, 2013 at 10:58am

    You know what’s really addictive? Candy crush!

  • October 22, 2013 at 5:51pm

    My family and I discussed a similar topic last night – the right of companies like Hobby Lobby to be free from punishment by choosing to avoid certain insurance mandates like birth control. Contraception is a personal choice, but some faiths are unabashedly against it. They have that right. Instead of boycotting the business in an attempt to force your beliefs on the company, start a new hobby store and follow Obamacare to the letter. I’m glad businesses are standing against these provisions.

  • October 22, 2013 at 5:46pm

    Agreed. I’m LDS and never to I insinuate who is going to live in the presence of God and who is not, because I am not Christ and do not hold the keys to the gate. It could have been presented a bit less controversially. Otherwise, the message about individual religious liberty is of grave importance.

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