Alan West is a non-starter. It’s great that he shot off that round near the Islamic bad guy’s ear and all, and I don’t doubt his heroism and good instincts on the battlefield.
However, he supported the USA PATRIOT Act and NDAA 2012, among other horrid police state-enabling fare.
This is not a solid person to have running our country, at this time.
 November 20, 2015 at 10:20am
All of Ron Paul’s proposed bills, and all his speeches to the House mean nothing. That he had only one bill passed has NOTHING to do with the Democratic leadership in the House for some of the time he was in office, and also NOTHING to do with the establishment Republican leadership in office the rest of the time. It’s not AT ALL that party leadership is sold out to the Progressive movement. No, sir.
Give me a break. Ron Paul should have been our President in 2008 and again in 2012. His kid should be our President after 2016. He’s the only one who actually seems to understand that the Constitution protects *US*. You know … We the People?
I won’t vote for a non-Paul candidate, again, unless I go third party.
It’s time for the Republicans to wise up, or LOSE AGAIN.
Dont you love how these ‘idiots’ blame Ron Paul for not getting his pro-Constitutional bills past but when asked why the GOP (who CONTROL the House AND the Senate) – well, they blame the democrats for GOP not getting any good bills past….
LOL – hypocrites.
 November 20, 2015 at 10:12am
Why should Ron Paul voters have turned out to vote for anyone but Gary Johnson, after Paul was tanked by the Republicans?
Why should Ron Paul voters have had any — ANY — allegiance to the Republican party? Isn’t it about doing what’s right (not what’s politically expedient) for America?
Do you *REALLY* think the outcomes would have been much different under Rmoney than under Obama? Because I don’t, and I didn’t then.
 November 10, 2015 at 10:22pm
Glad I’m not the only one who thought of this right away.
November 5, 2015 at 11:05pm
That’s the vision that’s been burning in my head, too.
 November 5, 2015 at 11:04pm
Here is what’s up:
Barry is going to give Guantanamo Bay Naval Base back to Cuba, who will then contract it to China and/or Russia.
You heard it here first.
[-4] November 5, 2015 at 10:19pm
Re: Christians sounding the same today as a thousand years ago: Inquisition.
That’s just the first impression I had as I read the article. The stuff about feminism and transgenderism and leftism in general is fairly spot on, but you can’t just gloss over a thousand years of horrid history. Own it, and learn from it.
Can I own and take credit for your accomplishments or just your sins/failures -- you know, since we're both Americans?
November 4, 2015 at 10:15pm
Okay, I’m sorry. Now what?
What does this atonement entail? Who gets hurt? And how? And why? Who judges when the atonement is made?
The answer lies not without, but within. Stop seeing color, and treat people the same. Believe that people are equal, and that the smallest minority is the individual. Protect individual rights. All of them. In doing so, you will remove the need for atonement.
To whom would we atone? Would not the preceding result weigh heavily in our favor, if the atonement were to be made to God? I will atone to none other, in matters of conscience, and in that regard my conscience is clear.
If that’s not good enough, nothing ever will be. If nothing will ever be good enough, we might as well just start slaughtering each other right now.
"Okay, I'm sorry. Now what?" Exactly, Are they going to stop rioting and stop reverse racism now? For things that happened to them 200 years ago. Even things that happened to them in the 60's. The way their going Their grand kids are going to have to apologize to me, my parents, and my kids.
 November 4, 2015 at 12:19am
Simply realize that, contrary to the whims of the towering intellect that was Willard Rmoney, corporations ARE NOT PEOPLE.
Stab a corporation and watch it bleed to death. No? Then it cannot have rights. Period.
 November 4, 2015 at 12:16am
The problem can be solved by ending corporate personhood.
A corporation is a farcical creature of the State. It does not breathe, it does not think, it does not bleed, it does not need to work for a living to feed its kids.
A corporation *should not* have the same rights to free speech as an actual human being.
November 3, 2015 at 11:52pm
We are going to have to get solid leadership from every walk of life to promote signing a pact of peace with their fellow Americans, no matter what color or religion or whatever. We will need this, and people will need to stick to it like glue, if we are to ride out the coming storm.
Do it not, and our next civil war will be horrible and bloody, instead of the reasonably minor incident it could be, while we transition back to a Constitutional system.
 November 3, 2015 at 10:58pm
Need some spice. Add Alex Jones.
 November 3, 2015 at 10:55pm
Actually, Hillary/Rubio wouldn’t surprise me any more.
Another good choice.
We need somebody with a good conscience, damn it!
 October 22, 2015 at 3:45am
These are your Republicans.
Look well and REMEMBER.
October 22, 2015 at 2:31am
THESE ARE YOUR REPUBLICANS.
Look well, and REMEMBER.
 October 21, 2015 at 2:21am
With all due respect, sir, roast in Hell.
That is all.
 October 20, 2015 at 12:14am
It’s not that the dollar would be backed by our oil and gas reserves (It wouldn’t — the dollar is backed by “the full faith and credit of the government of the United States” — now tell me you place any faith in that.) It’s that the other countries in the world would no longer be forced to use the dollar to transact exchanges for oil. That is the only thing that is producing enough demand on the world market for our dollars, that they have any value at all.
Without that demand for the dollar in the world market place, literally burning dollars as they’re created and after they move through the system, all that fake money will come back to the United States. First, it will be used to buy assets here while the dollars still hold some value in the minds of the people here. After that, the taps will open. The banks are sitting on an absolute crap-ton of dollars, too (not physical bills, but lying around in their digital coffers, as an instrument of debt). At some point, they will be ordered to start giving zero-interest loans to people, who will be encouraged to spend this money freely to try to prop up the economy, and so forth. The velocity of money will increase dramatically, while the value of it goes into the toilet.
 October 17, 2015 at 11:29pm
Trump is nothing in terms of global finance. He’s rich, but he’s not *THAT* rich and influential.
When the Second Amendment (and then the First) go the way of the Fourth, you’ll wonder why Trump isn’t doing anything to stop it.
October 14, 2015 at 6:54pm
This, of course, means that Rubio is the Clintons’ boy, and will do what they say.