They are not anti all Jews, so much as anti the Jewish family that owns the banks and runs the central banks of the world, you know, the Rockefellers and the Rotschilds, the ones who manipulate governments behind the scenes and get them to war with one another.
July 4, 2015 at 12:56am
they want outward conformity – which is all PC was ever about. They are soulless and want you to be as well.
Don’t ever be an individual with radical ideas – they cannot tolerate it. You serve the state, and the state does not serve you.
 July 3, 2015 at 10:36am
ya ya ya go on with ya
The two sided coin of Repugnican versus Dimmocrap has gotten rather old and pointless, don’t ya think?
They both suck and they both are left of center and they both are out of touch with American values. You don’t see that? Then you will continue to get the government you deserve.
July 3, 2015 at 10:34am
The heck with that. We don’t want them using our public funds to begin with. We don’t want them having anything to do with our government to start with. We don’t have to ask nicely. This is OUR MONEY and OUR CHILDREN they are dealing with. It’s not theirs in the first place.
 July 3, 2015 at 10:32am
Opt-outs are not sufficient. We want our schools back. We want our tax money back. And we want the Illuminati out of our schools and out of our government. We also want them out of our “Federal Reserve”.
Respectfully: The schools were never ours. Government schools were founded by Unitarian's and modernized by Progressives.
Christians have no business sending their children to the pagan indoctrination centers.
 July 3, 2015 at 5:41am
And those J-Mos among us with a purely materialistic philosophy will one day separate from their body and be totally flabbergasted to find themselves face to face with their Judge and Maker – and be totally shocked to find himself consigned to his eternal reward in one of the lower kingdoms. But he will have to acknowledge then, that there is a God, and He is just.
Not like those earthly judges at all, including J-Mo himself.
July 3, 2015 at 5:38am
You’re right, and you should have full rights to impose that view upon all of your fellow citizens.
[-1] July 3, 2015 at 5:38am
Oh, sure, THAT will work out well. For those with a secret agenda to destroy the Constitution what could be better than a convention to suck out the last drop of life from that sacred document ?
 July 3, 2015 at 5:36am
How can this gay marriage ruling NOT affect the conscience of all Americans? Religion is an exercise of conscience. The government is now dictating what we should think about religious matters. This is hardly surprising but it is still wrong. The government has been telling us what to think for years, the noose is tightening and the anti-Christians in government shall appear to prosper for a season but as the good book tells us, Satan will not uphold his followers at the last day. They are being misled and selling their birthright for a mess of pottage.
[-1] July 3, 2015 at 5:12am
The real issue is, the gay agenda is being pushed by Satan worshipers who are imposing their homosexual religion on the US and the Christians are doing nothing about it. In fact, some of them are on Satan’s side.
[-1] July 3, 2015 at 5:09am
You get angry enough to call Walsh the hater, and angry enough to support a tyrannical law that forces everyone in the country to pretend that homosexual unions and marriage are one and the same thing. You get angry enough to have a distorted view of what is right, and what is wrong, and then impose your view on the rest of us. Gay marriage obviously is not in the Constitution, and nowhere within the realm of federal jurisdiction. If that’s not anger, nothing is.
 July 3, 2015 at 5:01am
Talk about stupid. What does it matter what it says in the Bible? Is the state enforcing religion now?
These are religious matters. Why is the state peddling religion and compelling obedience?
The State is doing what it is supposed to do..Protect individuals from others who would ignore their rights as individuals. You can think what you want but when that turns into action and directly affects someone then it is criminal.When your at your home then you can deny anyone anything and practice your beliefs but in public you simply must respect freedom, liberty the law of the land, the constitution. Your line of thinking would have Shariah law effectively legalized because the state can not interfere with religious beliefs in public. The State is not making religious law just protecting the individual from others. If you don't like the Gays then don't let them in your home...That simple.
 July 3, 2015 at 4:59am
What’s it to you? If you don’t like what the bakery does, DON’T SHOP THERE.
 July 3, 2015 at 4:58am
That’s the epitome of insanity. I mean literally. It is an insane ruling, and insane court, and insane government.
 July 3, 2015 at 4:55am
It’s a rogue government and has been for years. It afflicts both sides of the aisle too, don’t think it doesn’t. Your side isn’t clean, no matter which side you are on.
I am not a member of Joel’s faith but I like him, he is motivating, there is nothing wrong with that, and you walk a fine line when you criticize him for being sincere and believing that God prospers those who serve Him.
Belief is a personal, individual, matter of conscience.
June 26, 2015 at 7:57am
Yes we have.
June 26, 2015 at 7:56am
God will not force you where you don’t want to go. I think all should determine where they want to spend eternity and then behave accordingly.