User Profile: Rebel-Alliance

Rebel-Alliance

Member Since: November 25, 2013

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  • [3] August 28, 2014 at 10:48pm

    Right, they knew that. But oftentimes the person who weaves ends up in a lane that begins to move slowly and if traffic is heavy enough, they can’t weave anymore. So they end up falling back even with (or behind) the person who stays in the same lane. This happened in their testing.

  • [7] August 27, 2014 at 3:47pm

    Completely irresponsible instructor and he paid dearly for it. How in the world this guy is a certified instructor is beyond me. And now that poor girl will have to live with that horror for the rest of her life, when it wasn’t even her fault. He had no business handing her a fully automatic weapon and turning her loose. In a time in our country when teaching safe & responsible gun ownership & usage is more important than ever, stuff like this does not help the cause. You can bet the left will be using this for a long time to come.

  • [3] August 26, 2014 at 11:27pm

    Remember the article about the older Veteran who went down there during the first few days of riots? He wanted to speak to the “protesters” and told police they’d have to shoot him if they wanted to stop him. Anyway, he said there were a lot of agitators present in the crowd, but the biggest was CNN.

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  • [15] August 26, 2014 at 1:03pm

    I believe we live in a time that is ripe for, at least, a socialist takeover in America. A govt. cannot simply shackle a nation of people who have been free for so long, so they must change its people fundamentally over time. More govt. intervention, more regulations & restrictions to stifle American inventors & innovators. Remember when the world looked upon us to create the next great thing? That doesn’t happen much anymore. But the greatest accomplishment of all was breeding the fight out of American people. The American spirit has drastically been reduced. We’ve been handing our nation over to people who don’t deserve it because of political correctness. Those who stand up and are willing to fight, figuratively or literally, are branded racists, conspiracy theorists, bigots, warmongers, crazy, paranoid, you name it. We are demonized and made to be the enemy of our country because their is no other way to defeat we, the people. Americans are raised to believe it’s wrong to be proud of who we are. Our children are indoctrinated to follow rather than lead. There are fewer and fewer of us who are able to make a difference. The time is ripe for a full-on govt. takeover. Once enough people become submissive to big govt., that govt. no longer needs to worry about an uprising. Americans should be flat out disgusted by the actions of Obama over the last 6 years, but the fact that at least half don’t care proves that this nation is ripe for a fundamental change.

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  • [2] August 26, 2014 at 12:39pm

    O’Reilly is spot on with this one. Change in the black community has to start from within, but they’d rather blame others and hope that someone else changes it for them. I’ve seen neighborhoods of nice 2 & 3 bedroom houses funded by the state to assist lower income families. These neighborhoods attracted blacks and eventually went south. The houses fall into disrepair, the area becomes unattractive, and eventually no one but the ones who live there want to go through there. Here is an instance where the govt. gives people a hand like many blacks say they want and, in the end, they blow the opportunity. Change has to come from within. They’re only hurting themselves, they’re only keeping themselves down at this point.

  • [5] August 26, 2014 at 12:21pm

    Those shots sound pretty darn close to the recording device. So why did this guy have absolutely NO reaction to 10 or 11 gunshots going off within such close earshot? Is he so used to it in his neighborhood that it doesn’t even phase him? I call major shenanigans on this one.

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  • August 25, 2014 at 9:04pm

    Do a Google image search for Illinois governor Pat Quinn and compare him to Bill Kristol. It’s eerie. These two are doppelgangers.

  • [4] August 25, 2014 at 8:45pm

    Remember when award show winners used their time on stage to thank people who got them there instead of using the captive audience to push their political & social agendas?

  • August 25, 2014 at 8:37pm

    I don’t know where they get that $600 figure. I live in IL. The permits themselves are $150. Classes vary based on what the instructor charges, but they are nowhere near an additional $450. If so, they’re definitely ripping people off. I took a class for Veterans only and it was $80. Also, honorably discharged Veterans are only required to take an 8 hour class instead of the normal 16.

  • [6] August 25, 2014 at 6:43pm

    Have you noticed that “diversity” in this country only seems to apply if you’re a race other than white or practice a religion other than christianity?

  • [4] August 25, 2014 at 6:30pm

    Where are the photos of the Michael Brown who shoved a store clerk half his size? What Al and all of the others who are screaming “justice” do not understand is that “justice” may find the cop innocent. I do not believe that’s what they want when they call for justice. They’re idea of justice is one sided.

  • [3] August 22, 2014 at 12:39am

    “A hospital is a place where you’re supposed to have compassion upon people of all races.”

    It wasn’t said in the hospital. It was said on her own personal fb page.

  • [39] August 22, 2014 at 12:33am

    “and the boy had no idea for over two years”

    No kidding, he’s TWO. It’s not hard to keep something from a 2 year old. What did they expect? At 1 1/2 did they think he’d walk up to the door and say, “What the h*ll is this?”

  • [5] August 22, 2014 at 12:28am

    There is absolutely zero need for 24 hour TV news. All of these idiots sit around their TV studios 24/7 trying to come up with enough content to fill all of that airtime. There isn’t enough interesting things happening to do it, so we have to put up with the same garbage being repeated over & over. He said, she said. “I heard this.” “Oh yeah, well I heard this.” When something like this Brown case comes up, it’s like a feeding frenzy. All the news stations go crazy because there’s nothing else to do. Then they start sensationalizing everything because 24/7 news is so boring, they have to do whatever they can to top the ratings. I think 24/7 news has contributed to the downfall of American press. Turned most of it into crap fit only for tabloids.

  • August 21, 2014 at 8:01pm

    “with the idea that would seem more relevant to the drama-filled lives of high school students.”

    It is not necessary to teach history in such a way that you twist it to mirror current teenage culture. You teach it as it was. If teens today can’t understand it without dumbing it down for them, it’s not history’s problem.
    I’m reminded of an article I read a few years ago. An HR hiring manager spoke of the changes in proper etiquette after an interview. She was saying how writing a thank you letter to the interviewer was once the proper thing to do, but now emails are widely accepted. She talked about how kids today are now sending their thank you’s in text messages and even though she doesn’t agree with it, it is becoming more widely accepted. Here’s a thought…if it’s not proper etiquette, THEN DON’T ACCEPT IT. That’s exactly what’s happening in our schools. Instead of teaching them properly, schools are now catering to the ridiculousness of our kids and catering to them. No!

  • August 21, 2014 at 5:37pm

    I know this won’t be a very popular opinion on here, but I’ve never been the type to withhold my opinion because it wasn’t that of the majority. Are there people who take advantage of the welfare system? You’re darn tootin there are. Are there people who deserve a helping hand? Most definitely. The problem is, you people lump them all together into the scum of the Earth the moment they collect their first benefit check. I had my first real job at 15. By 16, I had two, one of which was a carpenter. I was busting my **** in high school when most kids had it easy. Places like Walmart only guarantee the hiring of Iraq/Afghan Vets. I’ve cleaned bathrooms, washed dishes, swung a hammer, you name it. I’m also a U.S. Veteran who worked 13 hour shifts stateside as well as 16 hour shifts/6 days a week in the Middle East (non-combat). I’ve only collected unemployment benefits once in my life because I was too proud to do it more than that. I have collected SNAP (food stamps) because of the failed economy, which by the way, has yet to recover. Jobs are still more scarce than you might think. My SNAP benefits monthly allotment was a joke for 1 person and I had to use some of it to feed my child. It’s easy for you armchair quarterbacks to sit on your high horse and judge others, but I’ll bet many of you don’t know what it’s like. Some people who get help deserve it. They are not the scourge of society. I expect more out of conservatives as well as christians, as many of you say you are.

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  • [7] August 21, 2014 at 4:11pm

    This is the way of the minority. When they don’t get their way, they hijack the system to make sure they do. They’re too empty inside to understand that the only reason they’re getting what they want is not because they deserve it, but because everyone’s afraid of a lawsuit. The sad part is, they’re happy about it. Forcing others to see things your way and forcing others to do things your way is UN-American.

  • [1] August 21, 2014 at 3:25pm

    I do not believe the principal at all. How could this have been a copy/paste error? You highlight the text you want to copy. “Under god” is in between “one nation” and “indivisible.” It’s not like she stopped highlighting the text too soon. She stopped at one point, omitted text, then started a new highlighted section.

    Once in a while I’ll post this on articles of similar subject matter. I feel it’s worth saying. I am a non-religious, non-believer. I am what most would label an “atheist,” but I refuse to label myself as one. I do not want to be associated with a bunch of religious bigots who do not believe in religious freedom (for christians) in this country. They give people like me a bad name. They believe that because they are non-religious, they shouldn’t be exposed to it on any level. That’s nothing more than commie BS. They care only about their own rights. I have no problem coming across & dealing with christian subject matter in life. For instance, at family gatherings when they pray, I simply remain quiet & respect their right to do so. I don’t care if there’s a nativity on the lawn of city hall or “under god” in the pledge. Our ancestors came here to escape religious persecution and I’m saddened that today’s American christians are beginning to experience it all over again. Our nation was founded by those with christian morals & values and I’m aware of the positive benefits christianity brings. I carry on many of those same morals & values in raising my son

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  • [3] August 19, 2014 at 7:13pm

    Why is TheBlaze playing into this crap with constantly referring to Brown as the “unarmed” teenager. True, he didn’t have a weapon on him, but by saying this over & over, it perpetuates an image of someone who is absolutely harmless. A person does not need a weapon to be dangerous or deadly. Have you seen the size of Brown? He probably could’ve easily killed Wilson with his bare hands.

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  • [5] August 18, 2014 at 8:28pm

    When I saw IL at $99.40, I was pretty surprised. Not bad, I thought. Then I looked at all of the states surrounding it in every direction. All of those states exceed $100, most of them by a good amount. I should’ve known better than to think positively about something in this horrible state.

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