The GOP butt still hurts after the immigration failure and now look even more foolish after this. The letter was not needed.
 March 10, 2015 at 12:59pm
The “rifleman’s” actions are counterproductive. The majority of people in this country support gun ownership and understand there is and will be challenges to the 2A. However, these actions do nothing, NOTHING, in gathering support for gun ownership. The only thing that it proved is that Mr. Nixon might need some professional help. I don’t think he is mentally stable.
That is right on, brother. Keep your gun in your house. It is far too dangerous to bring out and besides you would be rude. Lock the gun up and keep the bullets separate. Actually this is why only the Authority's should have guns and everyone else needs to ask permission of the Authorities to even have one, Someone may actually take one outside.
 March 10, 2015 at 12:50pm
When can we expect an impeachment letter?
March 10, 2015 at 12:30pm
I would loved to have heard where her questions were going. I applaud her stance and will, but this one instance is not enough to understand who she is or what she believes in.
 March 9, 2015 at 2:31pm
Of course, if that were the case he would have had a gun and been trying to rob the place.
March 9, 2015 at 1:09pm
1 point for sensibility.
March 9, 2015 at 1:00pm
Outside of the woe is me talk for the 2A, I don’t buy much of what you’re selling. I can see their point. Their not questioning the aptitude of potential parents. Their looking at risk and the particular risk of a child mistakenly getting their hands on a weapon. Yes, I support the 2A and think there should not be any restrictions to owning a weapon. However, I think that when a child is involved, there needs to be stronger safeguards. This should be the main topic of discussion. Not banning someone because of carrying a weapon.
 February 17, 2015 at 11:57am
The basis for Beck’s arguments are not on point. Other than the Islamic State and Nazi Germany being evil and being **** sapiens, there are no similarities. Nazi Germany was an advanced, industrialized society with technology, an economy and industrial complex to support it’s war machine. The Islamic State has none of the same characteristics to Nazi Germany and should not be used in the same context. From this point alone, I think we have to disregard Beck’s comments as nonsense. Sure, we need to watch them and uproot their organizational and support base, but to think that they can operate at a level required to label it World War III is not productive and belongs as a story line in a video game or the next Red Dawn movie. Not realistic.
September 13, 2012 at 4:15pm
If the radical elements of Islam are trying to move public opinion within the American government to somehow legally protect the Muslim agenda, couldn’t it be possible to reverse engineer the Muslim agenda against them? Hear me out. I don’t view Islam as a cult or a religion, per say. I view it as a sociopolitical organization that was once based in theological ideals, but has evolved into an organization that is rooted in political ideology and only clings to past religious heritage to only protect itself from its enemies. With this religious protection, it absorbs only the most violent elements of the religion to use for enforcement. This agenda/plan can be viewed similarly, in my opinion, to what was once the KKK.
Given the above factors, here lies the opportunity. Could it not be argued that the Muslim ideology is closer in practice to the KKK than it is to mainstream religions that preach peace and love to a God (by whatever name you choose)? Let’s not argue based on sect/group/organization, but let’s classify Muslim/Islam as a terrorist organization. IF Islam is a religion of peace then this argument will be lost. That is fine. However, I think the burden of proof should lie on the shoulders of Islam. We can see with our own eyes the fury of their violence, but I have yet to witness any peace and love coming from this supposed religion. If they are true to their word, is this not an easy position for them to secure?
September 12, 2012 at 5:29pm
There is a silent majority that are watching both sides currently. We neither fall under Democratic nor Republican. I am one of them. In 2008 I bought into Obama’s rhetoric and felt he created the greatest opportunity for myself and this country if elected. After nearly 4 years of policies, executive orders, disrespect of Americans and American ideals, destructive economic policies, vague and harmful foreign policy, lack of vision and extreme leftist ideals I have made it my mission to learn as much about both sides of the spectrum. I have visited with and discussed ideology with a wide range of Democrats (live in Chicago) and attended local Tea Party meetings. My focus was not to participate, but to learn and decide my vote. Yes, I even went to see 2016 on opening night in Chicago and talked with interesting men like Trevor Loudon. To sum it up, people like me is what the Obama administration fears. They know they have the staunch radical Dems in their hip pockets. The GOP supporters are lost. Those in the middle are still a MYSTERY. Don’t fear, because it is too late for the middle to be swayed by more promises, lies and rhetoric. The debates are the last hope for Obama and he doesn’t have a record to stand on. The statistics are there and easily accessed. The main stream media will try hard to move the vote of this largest voting base and it will be unsuccessful. D’Souza is right. Obama’s team has fear right now, but it is not because of the movie. That’s only part o
Cudos for you !! You have succeeded in your mission. And, you are CORRECT.
Your comment was long, yet very worth the time to read.
EVERYONE should read it! There's nothing like TRUTH & CLARITY !