User Profile: Pete


Member Since: August 31, 2010


  • [12] February 26, 2016 at 3:35pm

    I am a Cruz guy. I like Rubio but I just can’t get past the gang of 8.

  • [3] February 17, 2016 at 11:13am

    I was flipping around the radio dial about a month ago and ran across a black talk radio show. I ended up listening for a while. It was actually pretty shocking as it was very clear that they were anticipating a race war this summer. It was two older guys talking about how they wouldn’t be surprised if some young guys finally had a enough and started shooting. All very matter of fact. It dove tails with the rise of black lives matter movement and the recent push on white privilege.

    Among other things, I would ask Glenn and other influential leaders to engage the black churches now.

    Try listening to black talk radio and see if you conclude something different.

  • [4] January 25, 2016 at 3:40pm

    I will say up front that I am a Cruz guy. For all those supporting Trump, I am interested in understanding who you are. Do you consider yourself a conservative? Libertarian? Seriously, I am not trying to pick a fight. What does Trump have that Cruz doesn’t? Or vice versa.

    I think Trump has been great for the debate by rendering the MSM powerless. However, I think it is clear that Trump is a progressive. That is why I am behind Cruz.

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  • [16] December 8, 2015 at 10:38am

    Completely out of context. Levitical law had a particular purpose in a specific time and place. The Hebrews had just entered the promised land that was populated by tribes practicing all manner of perversions. The Levitical law was meant to protect them from moral contamination as well as demonstrate Gods holiness and judgement.

    Fast forward and we see Jesus Christ come into the world and fulfill the law and create a new covenant. Christians are not under Levitical law. We are still called to holiness consistent with Mosaic law but it is not the basis of salvation. The basis of salvation is the person and work of Jesus Christ. It is a free gift. He lived a perfect life (completing the law) and paid the sin debt we cannot pay. We obey now because we love God, not because we need to earn anything. Jesus earned it for us.

  • [6] December 8, 2015 at 10:28am

    Geez. There is more to conceal carry than buying a gun and putting it in your pocket.

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  • [2] December 4, 2015 at 11:37am

    Registration is ALWAYS a precursors to confiscation.

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  • [1] October 21, 2015 at 12:51pm

    I like most of those. I think the illegal immigration problem is fixed by getting an everify that works and enforcing the law. That, and refusing services to illegals. Then the problem solves it self. If someone here illegally wants to be in a temporary workers program, they should go home first. (although I am willing to consider alternatives to that last point to address issues of practicality). If they don’t leave, deport. You don’t have to deport them all. You just have to show you are serious.

  • [2] August 18, 2015 at 9:07am

    Enforce the employment laws. If a company hires an illegal, they are out of business. Jobs will dry up and illegals will leave. They are here for the jobs.

  • [13] June 20, 2015 at 9:41am

    Like many others, I am overwhelmed by the sense that Charleston is a turning point. It isn’t about Glenn (I think he would agree). It is much bigger than that. It feels like people have been waiting and waiting and waiting and waiting to act in some way to make a difference. That way is now defined as joining together in love and unity. This will accelerate now. 8/28 NeverAgainisNow

  • [8] June 15, 2015 at 10:03pm

    I am East Coaster that started watching it because is was being slammed by the Left as a show with a “Conservative bent”. I appreciate the Texans here pointing out the inaccuracies and have taken up reading the true history. I am not much of a critic of acting but I have enjoyed the mini-series.

  • [10] June 4, 2015 at 11:56am

    It’s a trick question. It implies that the only ones who can promote family values are those that are perfect. Yet no one is perfect so no one can promote family values.

    This isn’t a case of people preaching something they don’t believe. It is a case of imperfect people imperfectly living what they believe. The former is hypocrisy. The latte is just reality.

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  • [73] March 17, 2015 at 11:27am

    This is the first time I can remember someone getting it exactly right. These two guys are gay and have been in a relationship for years. I really couldn’t care less what they do. That is their business. But they recognize that society rests on building blocks that are important and can’t be changed without consequence. They don’t try to redefine reality to fit their preferences. In other words, they are rational. Kudos.

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  • [2] December 3, 2014 at 5:31pm

    For much of the 19th century, church services were held each Sunday in the House of Representatives with the Marine Band providing worship music. Back then, no one suggested or agreed that Satanists should be able to have services there. Why? Because they still had COMMON SENSE.

  • [2] November 21, 2014 at 3:00pm

    I don’t mean for this to sound critical but it seems to me that what this pastor discovered is a very basic concept in Christianity and should have been covered in seminary. Having said that, it is easy for anyone to slip into legalism and his comments about sinning less indicate to me that is what happened. Fortunately, his time spent studying the bible led him to (re)discover grace.

  • [5] November 10, 2014 at 2:28pm

    What a strange claim to make. The evidence actually demonstrates the exact opposite as even liberal scholars acknowledge his existence if not the miracles and resurrection.

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  • [6] October 22, 2014 at 4:16pm

    This is classic. He makes himself out to be the victim. A few years ago we left his mentor’s church in MD. Same deal there. CJ Mahaney was outed as abusive, manipulative, liar, etc. At the first members meeting to discuss, he shows up with security as if to say that the people he abused are the perps and he is the victim. Pathetic. Sociopath.

  • [2] August 29, 2014 at 8:52am

    I was there. It was a great day. I reported a summary here along with 54 pics.

  • [4] August 22, 2014 at 9:17am

    I agree. To paraphrase an apocryphal quote, “There is a gun behind everyone blade of grass”.

    However, I am wondering if ISIS will take a different tact. They could come across the Southern boarder (and probably already have) and kidnap a mid-West apple pie all-American family and decapitate them on Youtube. That would instill terror. So what do I propose? Tactical nuclear weapons. I am not kidding. Turn portions of Western Iraq into glass. Show them that we really are crazier than they are. Because when it comes down to it, we really are. And if we happen to catch some of them here, we would make our own Youtube video. Now, some will say that if we stoop to their level, we lose. Maybe. But there will be a lot less of them at their victory party.

  • [13] August 11, 2014 at 1:18pm

    I won’t address suicide versus murder here but rather what Hillary was talking about. The sticking point at the time was that Vince Foster was in charge of the Clinton’s blind trust. It was 6 months over due in submitting because Foster was trying to clean up irregularities. What those irregularities were has never been disclosed and were, presumably, described in the documents that Maggie Williams removed from the safe in Vince Foster’s office the night he was found.

    Also, and little known, is that the Clinton’s owned a condo in DC. There is a theory that whatever happened with Vince happened there. The existence of the condo came out as an aside in the 1996 Whitewater hearing testimony.

  • March 28, 2014 at 10:17am

    We may be about to hit an inflection point. If an American is jailed for speaking the name of Jesus, that is a game changer and the response will be profound.

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