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  • January 4, 2016 at 12:15am

    It is irrelevant whether any American causes ISIS to increase recruiting. Are we now to leave our lives in total obeyance to them, always fearing what they might think?

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  • [5] December 24, 2015 at 7:04pm

    I like George Will a lot, but in this instance I vehemently disagree with him. If I recall correctly, he was also opposed to the candidate Ronald Reagan back in the day.

  • [15] December 7, 2015 at 9:59pm

    Hillary Clinton says that Trump’s comments “make us less safe.” Really? So in other words if we dare offend the muslims in anyway, we can anticipate that they will get more angry and take even more dangerous actions against us? Doesn’t this just substantiate Trump and his cautious approach? Go Trump!

  • [7] October 30, 2015 at 5:20pm

    You’ll never see a Democrat Presidential debate on Fox news. It’s time the Republican Party wised-up and becomes more choosey about the circumstances of their debates.

  • [1] October 20, 2015 at 1:04pm

    For years I set my DVR to regularly record “The Five”. Then they added Geraldo Rivera to the mix which lead me to cancel my record setting. I haven’t seen the show since. Seeing this article makes me glad I no longer watch the program.

  • October 13, 2015 at 1:59pm

    I meant billiard ball (if it makes any difference).

  • October 13, 2015 at 1:58pm

    I appreciate learning this fact. I admit, it surprised me. However, it shouldn’t have. I have long known that the earth surface is literally smoother than a bowling ball.

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  • [4] October 13, 2015 at 1:41pm

    I always vote Republican. I like Trump, Carson, Fiorina, Cruz, Rubio and Jindal. I wouldn’t vote for Bush under any circumstances.

  • [7] August 26, 2015 at 6:57pm

    For 5 years I served as a minister of a congregation of about 500–I voluntarily left, but still believe in God. Occasionally I would have men come into me confessing an addiction to pornography. (I never had a woman do so, but I did have a few women confess to adultery. They were usually lonely or felt neglected and wanted to feel loved and immediately regretted what they had done.) Anyway, regarding the men, I would either try to work with them or line them up with professional help if they so desired. I eventually became convinced that men who claimed addition to pornography were no different than any other man. I became convinced that all men desire and enjoy the visual stimulation of pornography. The only difference is some fear God enough and/or love their wives enough that they leave it alone. I know that I am going to get a lot of criticism for what I am going to say next, but I think a man saying he is addicted to porn is just a screen to hide behind. All men are by nature, addicted to porn. They just have to decide if they are going to fear God and love their wives.

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  • August 14, 2015 at 6:01am

    Hillary Clinton belongs in the big house (prison), not the white house.

  • [5] May 16, 2015 at 1:54am

    The Clinton’s should be put in the big house (penitentiary) not the White House. Mrs. Clinton destroys emails that are under subpoena and nothing is done. If any other American citizen tried that, or a republican elected official, they’d never get away with it. Bill should be in prison for at least one count of rape and several counts of attempted rape. Instead he gets $109 million for some speeches, all of which are tied closely to those for whom he and Hillary can do favors.

  • [1] May 6, 2015 at 1:32pm

    Hate speech isn’t protected by the constitution? What a massive, horrible, anti-American, anti-constitutional slippery slope that would be. Who would get to decide what is hate speech? The liberals? So would defending the life of the unborn be hate speech? Would defending marriage between a man and a woman be hate speech? Would defending limited government be hate speech? Would defending charter schools be hate speech?

    Why does Chris Cuomo even have a position of public responsibility anyway? If this is a CNN anchor, that says a lot about CNN. None of which is good.

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  • [1] April 19, 2015 at 12:53am

    Blacks want reparations for the past. I agree. They can begin by handing over their money to the families of the hundreds of thousands of Union soldiers who gave up their live in the Civil War.

  • [6] April 11, 2015 at 11:50am

    What kind of person or persons could find any joy or satisfaction in staying in a stolen cabin? Some people need to get a conscious and discover that there is a better, happier way to live.

  • [5] April 11, 2015 at 11:41am

    I sincerely fear that President Obama and his followers actually think this is a sign from above that he is the Man!

  • [1] March 4, 2015 at 4:57pm

    Hmm…I confess that I did not know where he stood on the 2nd Amendment, so you caused me to research his stand on it. True, he has changed his mind on it over time, but currently he seems strong is supporting it. Therefore, I am still pro-Ben Carson. I am not someone who automatically rules someone out because they sometimes change their mind on a matter. Who in the world doesn’t change their mind sometimes? I am more leery of someone who won’t ever change his mind, then someone who can be reasoned with.

  • [1] March 4, 2015 at 2:32pm

    There hasn’t been a word come out of this intelligent, brave man’s mouth that I haven’t agreed with. People say he shouldn’t be considered as a presidential contender because he hasn’t governed. I say he reminds me of the character of many of the founding fathers who also had no prior governing experience but proved to be some of our greatest leaders. Unlike Obama who has absolutely no accomplishments in life beside being a husband and a father and being elected to office by dirty tricks, exploiting his skin color and promising free stuff, Ben Carson is loaded with talent and accomplishments. People should seriously consider him for president.

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  • [19] March 3, 2015 at 12:24pm

    And by repentance, I mean changing your ways, not continuing in them.

  • [136] March 3, 2015 at 12:19pm

    I agree. The Savior didn’t suffer, bleed and die to make sin permissible. He suffered, bled and died to make repentance possible.

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  • [109] February 20, 2015 at 4:47pm

    I am glad to live in the USA where freedom to worship as you believe is a guaranteed right. However, Islam should be an exception and not allowed in this country. It is at perfect odds with the Constitution. The Koran says a person has the freedom to become Islamic but not to leave it. The Koran says that those who turn their back on Islam are to be executed.
    In my opinion, any and all religions that promote death as a penalty for not remaining true to the faith should not be acknowledged or even allowed in this nation. America is a place of religious liberty but not when the religion itself is an enemy to liberty. This does not mean that I am biased against Islam. This standard to worship freely should be held as a standard for all religions that want to exist in this nation. No religion, Islamic or otherwise, should be allowed in America if it destroys individual freedom as guaranteed by the Constitution.

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