User Profile: mlgunner

Member Since: October 18, 2011


  • [4] March 1, 2016 at 2:12pm

    1. The person who accepts religion will do so as a personal issue that is literally none of your business.
    2. A Chaplain’s job is to be a Chaplain, and minister to believers, and anyone else who asks.
    3. You either have Chaplains that do their job, or you don’t have the job.

    It’s sits fine with me. Religious freedom is an absolute, it is not conditional, and it is one of our basic civil rights.
    Are you against civil rights?

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  • [5] March 1, 2016 at 1:54pm

    If the rifle is not cocked and ready to fire, you can’t put it on “safe” because the selector switch is blocked. To put it on “safe” you have to pull back the cocking handle, and let the bolt slide forward. That ***** the hammer, and allows the selector switch to move to the safe position,
    A magazine doesn’t make the rifle able to fire unless it is loaded, and a round is chambered.
    duh …

  • May 14, 2014 at 4:12pm

    Its very possibly mice spontaneously combusting from the heat. Its 120 in the shade and so dry brushing up against a leaf will light it.

  • [1] May 7, 2014 at 2:19pm

    A dollar in 1929, is a solid 90% silver dollar, which the last I looked was worth close to $30 today.
    5×30=$150 a day.

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  • April 15, 2014 at 4:53pm

    I don’t think that anyone who has ever been in war, would actively seek it on our own shores, in our own country, with our own government.
    The Bundy ranch thing has two sides. There is a minority who are calling for violence, who want violence, who desire vengeance.
    Our founder’s wanted none of that.
    Lexington and Concord are bandied about like something people actually want to happen, everyone except the people actually involved, and it was a defense, not an attack that started that war, at least on our side.
    But the people you would be fighting are not some foreign invader, they are your own countrymen, your own sheriffs, National Guard, your sons and daughters, brothers and fathers in the military. Your neighbors, even family.
    You honestly can’t *WANT* that?

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  • April 6, 2014 at 9:24pm

    No way to track the comments I make so usually don’t bother anymore.

  • March 31, 2014 at 2:59am

    OK, all of you. I hear total disgust about this, but, tough.
    You voted for this mess.
    Because someone shouted “child molesters!” you let some of the most evil people in the world create a system nation wide, that removes children from homes at whim, deprives parents of the responsibility of parenting, create an adversarial environment between the two parents, lies and makes up stories to justify just about whatever they want to do, removes the right to face the accusers from the parents, removes the burden of proof from the state, treats children like government property, treats parents like criminals (by default: your a parent? when did you stop beating your child?).
    Thank you very much, as a parent who has already gone through a similar situation, welcome to the nightmare you helped create.

  • March 29, 2014 at 11:02am

    Wow, you’re right, the news just said it was the Obama Fault that goes through Hollywood!

  • March 26, 2014 at 12:00am

    Oh please.
    I am reading comments here about how people are so surprised and disgusted about this ruling and how it affects the child and how unfair and basically illogical it is.
    This is how state “Department of Children’s Services” work in every case, without exception, every time.
    If you do not comply with them, if you show ANY anger, resistance, disagreement, non-compliance, or human emotion, they will rule against you. Doesn’t matter what the best interests of the child actually are, or if the child lives or dies.
    They create the narrative, they control access to the child, they isolate and divide the parents, they remove “outside” attorneys from their courts, they limit evidence, they DESTROY evidence, “loose” documents, allow fraudulent “testimony”, rig “compliance” classes and “sessions” to generate negative testimonies, and have and will continue to kill the messenger whenever possible.
    And YOU, ladies and gentlemen, voted on the laws that enable them to do exactly that because you fear “child abusers”.

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  • February 5, 2014 at 9:03pm

    No! I don’t want to be stuck in here with the nut-jobs and the Gestapo!

  • January 24, 2014 at 3:38pm

    Gun free zone?

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  • January 14, 2014 at 1:21pm

    Here we go. When there is a law passed by a majority of the people, it is direct democracy. It is only good in limited amounts. Lets say 51% of people in the town vote to remove the Jews in the town, and force them to move to a special “Jew Town”. Should the Jews in the town just pick up and move? Is this Liberty, or oppression?
    Should a court rule that law in violation of the constitution?
    I don’t think using the courts to push an anti-Christian agenda is right, and I especially think getting bent out of shape over a small wooden cross is ridiculous from both sides.
    I DON’T think “majority rules” is the way to go at any time. That is not Liberty. That is oppression by the majority.

  • December 29, 2013 at 4:23pm

    Umm, I think you are blue dude. This is in IOWA which is pretty much red if you count everybody in the state legislature and executive branch being Republican.
    Geez, the state of edumacation in Amerika.

  • December 22, 2013 at 1:27pm

    This is nothing new, there just hasn’t been “TheBlaze” around to tell about it.
    Any time you disagree with anyone in power in schools, hospitals, state or city run facilities of any kind where your children are involved, they are at risk for kidnap and extortion by those same entities. Not to mention the fact that if you disagree with anyone in local power, and you have children, you will be targeted and your children will be at risk. This is the “unintended consequence” of laws to “protect children”. They become weapons in the arsenal of the corrupt political class. It is very possible they were never meant to be anything more.

  • December 13, 2013 at 9:39am

    “It sounded almost too incredible too be true. Turns out it wasn’t.”
    Edit you must, or mistaken you makes.

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  • December 11, 2013 at 12:00pm

    Moron had to break in and ruin it at the climax of the song. Way to screw up sweetness and make it about some douchebag and his “revelation”.

  • December 9, 2013 at 11:11am

    I wonder if he hates Bill Cosby as well, who’s advice to young black men has been virtually identical to Lemon, and Webb. So much so it seems almost like their advice was derived from Cosby.

  • October 30, 2013 at 2:01am

    What is the difference between wearing an “I heart boobies” bracelet to support breast cancer research, and an “I heart guns” t-shirt to support the NRA?

  • August 24, 2013 at 10:00pm

    “The Rapture” is not in the Bible. What is there “The Final Judgement” where the living and the dead are called before God for Judgement.
    Show me anywhere in the Bible that the Good and Godly people are removed from the Earth, and the world is left to the evil?
    The Flood? No, Noah and his family remained. Sodom and Gomorrah? No, Lot and his family remained.
    Every time, God has left the good and righteous on the earth, and taken the evil. Why would God change? Remember, the meek shall inherit the earth, right? Not the evil, Godless, immoral and unholy shall inherit the earth.

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  • August 24, 2013 at 12:31pm

    You make 2 assumptions and both are wrong.
    1. Right wingers are a myth, they don’t exist, at least in this country. There are Conservatives and libertarians who believe in individual freedom and responsibility *And* there are “liberals”, socialists communists, and Nazis who believe in Government Control.
    2. Most Americans are not “against guns”. Most intelligent people who look rationally at facts see that in every case, everywhere that has enacted strict “gun control” has seen an increase in violent crime, sometimes in the triple digits. Places that have enacted concealed carry laws and lessened controls on law abiding people have seen a corresponding decrease.
    Here’s what we have:
    Some kid who has psychological problems spends hours playing a “game” that devalues human life, has fun killing the fake people, and decides to see if killing a real person is as fun.
    It is the devaluation of human life, and the lack of a moral compass that is taught in schools without God. Moral relativity and lack of the teaching of right and wrong are the culprits here.
    Look at facts: Mass shootings like Columbine and Newton, which are the excuse for stringent gun control are a modern phenomena, only have been happening consistently for the last 40 years or so. Since Roe v Wade, and other life devaluing government interventions.