User Profile: newshound4life

newshound4life

Member Since: April 08, 2013

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  • April 17, 2014 at 6:48pm

    I have always insisted that my children be courteous and polite. But, is anybody gets in your face and threaten you, stand your ground and punch them in the face, then call me. I will sort out the rest. Let me me worry about the fall out. Where I come from this is how you ensure nobody else gets any ideas about bullying you.

  • April 17, 2014 at 11:26am

    I tell my children: punch the bully in the face and then call me. I’ll sort out the rest. Let me worry about the outcome, but you stand your ground and defend yourselves ALWAYS. I insist they should always be courteous and polite. But if somebody gets in your face and threatens you, give them a sound reason for not doing so in the future. That is how it works where I come from and I do not remember knowing any bullies.

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  • April 17, 2014 at 11:19am

    I live in Grand Island, NE. I tell my children: punch the bully in the face and then call me. I’ll sort ,out the rest. Let me worry about the outcome but you stand your ground and defend yourselves at ALL cost.

  • April 10, 2014 at 11:55am

    My only question is: why do we keep paying for these bureaucrats, their blatantly biased and ideologically bent pseudo-research? So this academically camouflaged stupidity is what we get for $2.6bn a year in UN funding?

  • April 9, 2014 at 2:32pm

    That is the greater tragedy. The judicial tyranny that determines who gets to enjoy what rights regardless of the Constitution. That is why we no longer live in CA. Glen Beck did vote with his wallet and moved. Anything else is just lip service.

    If you want to live in Berkley there is a price to pay and freedom is just the down payment.

  • April 6, 2014 at 7:11pm

    I suggest the relevant issue remains the psychological schism between the urban/large centers and the suburban/rural areas of the country. Different demographics, different socio-economics and history of violence. I live in Nebraska where gun violence is rare and people are used to firearms. Here folks do not equate firearms with violence or crime. I am black, and I can be walking on the side of the road in Central Nebraska and the troopers won’t give me a second look. I got stopped in CA last summer for an alleged “aggressive lane change”. II hand over my DL and CC and the CHP called ,for backup. The ordeal took an hour, just to keep the story short. The fact that the officer had in his hand the evidence that I was a bona fide upstanding citizen did not matter. In his mind (siege mentality, us against them) a black man with a gun was a threat. Most recent high profile shootings involved severely mentally ill people (New England and Colorado) but there is no talk about the roll of mental health, mandated reporters and the link to law enforcement. That is simply off limits which is ridiculously stupid. So, once and for all, some legal clarity about open carry is a welcome change to the current climate where local law enforcement are a law onto themselves when it comes tot he second amendment.

  • April 6, 2014 at 6:54pm

    If that would be all there was involved we would be having this conversation. The issue here is that the gay lobby wants to force me to accept their lifestyle and agree with it. If I object they will do whatever it takes to destroy my life. That doe snot smell like freedom to me. How about he freedom to hold whatever views I want on whatever subject I choose?

  • April 3, 2014 at 11:32pm

    Done with Mozilla. I guess freedom of speech is JUST for some people and not others. Hypocrites.

  • April 3, 2014 at 11:27pm

    “None can legislate against the ingenuity of man” JS. It is just laughable that this rifle is as deadly as any other. Politicians tend to be somewhat obtuse when it comes to market economics. As long as there is demand, the manufacturing cost will drop as continue innovation fuels the pace and the products become more sophisticated. They are chasing their tail.

  • March 31, 2014 at 12:54pm

    The movers and shakers of the mob are never wrong even when they are. They thrive on the frenzy and the agitation of the moment. The facts are irrelevant. And if you happen to disagree they will chastise, deride and coerce you into compliance with the party line. But integrity has a price and I am willing to pay for it regardless of the cost. I will honor the truth. Kobe ultimately was found lacking. He cracked under pressure.

  • March 28, 2014 at 10:32pm

    I suggest that the racial slurs are just a coping mechanism. When they have absolutely nothing cogent to say, of any value or insight to share, the racial epithets are the “go-to” lingo to abruptly end the conversation without addressing the facts. It continues to work, since people get on the tangent and suddenly the original subject is discarded replaced by the pseudo-controversy.

  • March 26, 2014 at 9:32pm

    Barbaric as it is, I also question the wisdom of attending such institution with. She is clearly somewhat clueless about the social environment not to say reckless by putting herself in danger.

  • March 26, 2014 at 9:24pm

    Well, what do you expect would happens when the Administration compromises core principles for political expediency? It has no choice but “ignore” and swallow the unpalatable idiosyncrasies of those allies of convenience

  • March 13, 2014 at 1:30pm

    I am from Cuba so I am, at least emotionally, used to every aberration, abuse of power or type of corruption under the sun. That being said, I wonder what would be the practical remedy if the WH and congress pass a law that blatantly violates the constitution, the SCOUS refuses to hear the case and the citizens have no recourse. I have searched the constitution and early commentary without success. I am saying, if the government surrenders to the enemy, what then? Just curious.

  • March 4, 2014 at 12:34pm

    Not so fast. Now, will his neighbors come to his aid when the men in black show up in full tactical gear to take his gun, arrest or kill him in the process? Who will leave the comfort and safety of their home and family to risk, just like him, life, limb and liberty to walk the talk. That will be the day when truth will live to fight another day of die alone because nobody had the courage to stand to protect it. That remains to be seen.

  • March 4, 2014 at 12:23pm

    I respectfully disagree with you, my friend. The American people are content. They gripe, moan and complain, but they are content. They are pacified by their comfortable homes, their big screen TV’s, their reliable cars, the easy access to cheap food and a 100 year tradition of respect for the rule of law that has become blind obedience to government. The righteous indignation, the fire in the belly, the sound, solid ideals and conviction of your forefathers has been bred out of you. It morphed into situational ethics, ambivalence about and addiction to legal drugs, pornography and debased entrainment. Me, coming from a Communist country, firmly believe that if it wasn’t for a few righteous left in the land before the eyes of The Almighty, this country would have gone down in flames decades ago.

  • March 1, 2014 at 6:10pm

    I can’t stomach these demagogues any longer. zI stopped watching network news a couple of years ago.

  • February 27, 2014 at 10:05pm

    This one of the most stupid decisions any court has rendered. This does not happen in any other country on the face of the earth. Here fear (real or imagined) is enough to override ones constitutional rights.

    It raises the question as to why are those self-identified “Mexican” students should feel threatened, insulted or otherwise by the mere presence of a t-shirt with the American flag.. They should be grateful they have the freedom to express whatever sense of insipid “patriotism” in foreign soil, now with the approval of the justice system. All while others are denying the same rights by their own country. Ironic.

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  • February 25, 2014 at 10:46pm

    True. Chapter one of the Manual del Revolucionario: “Create a Villan.” Call it capitalism, elite, corporation, Republicans..whatever…turn them into enemy number one. That is the strategy.

  • February 25, 2014 at 10:42pm

    This is hypocrisy and political opportunism at its best. These ideologues will not change their minds or acknowledge the truth even if it slaps them in the face. They already made up their minds and will not let the facts get in the way of their political agenda. Period. The race card is just a byline of convenience. White America is terrified by the ghost of racism. Even the mere mention of it sends them all running for cover. So, I am black, and Hispanic and an immigrant (I can see his head spinning already). I have taken the time, effort and expense of pursuing post-graduate work. I have invested even more of my free time in researching the social and political history of this great nation. I am certainly capable of formulating an independent, factual and cogent opinion of the current political environment. Can you imaging how offensive, condescending and patronizing statement that is; to say I am being used by anyone? Rep. Holmes is a political vulture; flocking to the carcass of this putrid and gross diatribe to gorge on it and bask in the 15 minutes of camera lights. Beyond that he has done little in the Legislature and knows even less about what it takes to produce anything of real value in the market place. This is just a distraction. They are trying to change the subject since they can’t argue the facts. This is likely the most corrupt, incompetent, coercive, and dismissive Administration in this nation’s short history. Just my opinion.