User Profile: Rebel-Alliance


Member Since: November 25, 2013


  • October 21, 2014 at 6:33pm

    Knave, normally I’d agree with you about France, but since my Grandpa arrived in Normandy at some point on D-Day (we’re not sure when exactly and he never spoke of it), I’d love to go visit the American cemetery and walk the beach where some of the world’s greatest heroes walked, and fell. That’s it, that’s all I want to see of France.
    I was actually in Paris, France (sort of) when coming home from the middle east during my time in the Air Force, but they wouldn’t let us off the plane. The per-diem rate in France was high and if we actually set foot on French soil, they would’ve had to pay us for the whole day, so we sat on the plane for 3 hours. Incidentally, that was during the time under Pres. Clinton.

  • [3] October 21, 2014 at 5:31pm

    I’ll never understand why anyone chooses to live in a house ruled over by a HOA. I’ve never heard anything good about them. Why do you want a group of snooty SOB’s telling you how you should keep your home? It’s not like this gentleman’s flagpole looks bad. Look at it, ornamental boulders, mulch, flowers. It doesn’t get any better.
    If all they did was fine him $500, I’m sure a lot of people would gladly come forward to pay it for him. But that’s not all they’ll do. They won’t stop until they get their way.

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  • [14] October 21, 2014 at 5:18pm

    “As a gay man, I should hate Melissa and Aaron Klein,” Stolhandske wrote

    No, if you are a decent human being, you should agree to disagree with their views and move on with your life. But instead, most gays (just like most liberals) want to make sure everyone agrees with their views and if you don’t, they will do everything in their power to ruin you.

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  • [25] October 21, 2014 at 5:10pm

    I’ll keep saying it…media outlets need to stop calling these people “protesters.” They cower behind the 1st Amendment, using it as a shield to commit civil unrest. We as a society have become so afraid of backlash from the black community that we aren’t allowed to put this group in their place. They’ve used fear, guilt, and political correctness to hijack the system, now they run amok

    TERRORISM – noun: the use of violent acts to frighten the people in an area as a way of trying to achieve a political goal

  • October 20, 2014 at 11:36pm

    We were just down there this past summer, one of our favorite places to vacation. Even thinking of moving there someday. We drove right past the road that eventually leads to this old community. Never had a clue it was there. Now we have a reason to go back.

    The video is painful to watch. If this guy really is a photographer, then he sucks at being a videographer. We get to watch him walking down baron paths, through trees, even take shots of trash laying in the trail. All of which should’ve been edited out to get to the good stuff. And listening to him is even worse. A 20 minute video he probably could’ve condensed down into 10 if he had edited out all his garbage.

  • [8] October 20, 2014 at 12:20pm

    A bunch of animals using the Constitution as a shield in order to commit violence and civil unrest. The Constitution gives us the right to peaceably assemble. These terrorists stopped peaceably assembling a long time ago. When their goal is to disrupt a city, as they have admitted, they are no longer peaceful protesters. If officer Wilson isn’t charged, those animals will burn Ferguson and parts of St. Louis to the ground in the name of “justice.” That poor man’s life as he knows it is over. He can’t live there anymore, they’ll try to kill him.

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  • [5] October 20, 2014 at 12:07pm

    Once upon a time, when a business failed to live up to your expectations or held a policy you disagreed with, you simply no longer patronized that business. You took your business elsewhere. If a minister turns down a gay couple, they could simply move on and find one that will marry them, but that’s not what they do. They sue, they alert the media, and they harass christians to get what they want. I think many of them hope that a minister will refuse to marry them or a business refuses to make them a cake just so they can attack. In my world, that’s not how you earn respect. Then again, not too many people left today who care anything about respect.
    In the fight against discrimination against gays, no one seems to care about the discrimination against christians.

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  • [10] October 17, 2014 at 8:20pm

    Don’t you just love these a-holes like Brand and Pierce Morgan who come to this country, take advantage of our opportunities to make themselves rich, then do nothing but put down our values. DEPORTATION!!

  • [14] October 16, 2014 at 9:53pm

    This is the mindset of the black community in the St. Louis area. What this man described was a justified shooting in self-defense. Yet he still thinks it’s murder. When the off-duty officer shot & killed the Myers boy, witnesses tried to claim that he did not shoot at the cop, that he was reaching for a sandwich in his jacket. A freakin’ sandwich! That’s what they came up with. But tests showed gun powder on Myers’ wrist, waistband, and shirt. Sandwich huh?

    This past week, so-called “protesters” demonstrating against the Brown and Myers shooting gathered in the Maplewood Walmart. As a result, Walmart temporarily pulled all of its ammunition from its shelves in fear of rioting and looting. When you as a group (a mob) gather on PRIVATE property in a place of business, disrupt that business, disrupt customers of said business, and strike so much fear into that business that they remove certain products from their shelves, you are NOT protesters. It is civil disobedience, period.

    All of these clowns do the same thing. They hold their hands up and scream “hands up, don’t shoot.” Well now that it’s out that Brown probably didn’t have his hands up, they’re going to have to change their protesting gesture. But they won’t, because they don’t want the truth…they want black justice.

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  • [2] October 14, 2014 at 3:53pm

    Half white, half black man gets elected President – he is the first BLACK President.
    Half white, half hispanic man shoots a black kid in self defense – a WHITE man shot a black kid.

    I’m sorry, but I believe Hillary will be our next President. Blacks came out in record numbers to elect & re-elect Obama. They did so only because he’s black. Many others only voted for him so they could attempt to show how cultured they are by voting for the first black Pres. And all that is exactly why Hillary will be elected. Women will vote in record numbers for her simply because she’s a woman. People will vote for her just to say they voted in the first female Pres. Make no mistake about it, as cultured as they think they are, they’re just as racist & sexist as anyone, maybe even more so.

  • October 10, 2014 at 8:41pm

    Spiders are not “poisonous,” as stated in the article. They are venomous.

    Brown recluse, or “fiddlebacks,” aren’t an aggressive species and rarely bite. It usually takes getting squashed against your skin, like in a shirt or shoe, to get them to bite. But if they do, their venom has the potential to be quite nasty. It can cause necrosis, meaning it kills the tissue.

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  • [1] October 10, 2014 at 8:16pm

    The sad part is, in today’s screwed up society, young girls will still cheer for her and Hollywood will soon pay her millions to star in a movie.

  • [33] October 10, 2014 at 10:29am

    Celebrities nowadays really make it difficult to enjoy a movie that they star in. They need to just keep their political rhetoric-spewing mouths shut and just act. Shut up and pretend to be someone else to entertain us like you’re paid to do. If she’s so concerned about equal pay, then that must mean she’s willing to do a movie for $10/hr. right?

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  • [51] October 10, 2014 at 10:14am

    Stop calling them “protesters!” They are rioters, period. Filthy animals. How the hell does burning the American flag show protest to the killing of someone by a cop? They are using the 1st Amendment as an excuse to commit violence.
    I have zero respect for Ferguson protesters, and I mean those who are actually peacefully protesting. Why? Because even though they claim the ones committing violence are not part of their group, they do nothing to stop them. If they cared about their town, they’d put down their stupid “no justice, no peace” signs and protect their town from the actions of violent criminals who aim to burn it down.
    These are not protests, they’re mobs. And no one wants to put a stop to it because the black community will cry oppression. They use guilt to make everyone their hostage, and they’re proud of that. What a great legacy to leave.

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  • [1] October 7, 2014 at 5:18pm

    Liberals love science. They love to preach the science of things and how they oppose religious beliefs. So why is it that they never question the scientific logic behind gay humans? Why is is that science never tackles that subject? Gay humans are not natural, period. A gay male cannot become pregnant, nor can he change gender in order to give birth, as some male species can. The fundamental purpose of all living things is to procreate. So how is a gay human couple natural in the eyes of science if they cannot create another human together naturally? Science never tackles this subject because a large portion of the population doesn’t want to hear the inevitable answer. That gay humans are an unnatural genetic mutation and gay human couples oppose the most basic fundamental purpose of two humans connecting.

    In reply to the contribution There Is No Such Thing as Marriage Equality

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  • [1] October 7, 2014 at 4:25pm

    Yeah right, like that left-wing loony tunes would ever vote against his precious party. He will vote for Hillary for the same reasons a record number of voters turned out to vote for Obama…just to say they voted for the first black/woman president. Then they can go on facebook & twitter to tell everyone how non-bigoted they are. When it’s all over, they will go back to bashing christians & jews again.

    In a perfect world, Maher’s comments reflect exactly what our Founding Fathers intended the system to be. If one man doesn’t get the job done, kick him out and bring in the next guy. They never intended on a system like we have today where people so blindly vote along party lines that you can never see any real change. They counted on the fact that the American people would continue to vote in their own best interests, not the interests of big govt. I’m glad they don’t have to see what their nation has become.

  • [10] October 7, 2014 at 4:18pm

    Don’t think too much into it. It’s just a tactic used by the media. Here’s a far-left loon like Bill Maher. Anytime he says something that remotely supports the Republican or Conservative viewpoint, media outlets on the Right are going to publish it. And vice versa.

  • [1] October 6, 2014 at 11:54pm

    One of the newest features of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus is put in place by Apple to protect the privacy of its customers. With the new iPhones, all of our data on the phones is encrypted. The difference? Apple no longer has a key to decrypt data on any of its new phones. Put in place as a direct result of the Snowden revelations. So if the govt. comes knocking on Apple’s door wanting access to anyone’s phone, it’s simple…Apple doesn’t have the key, they can’t decrypt the phone.

    The US govt. and law enforcement are not happy. Law enforcement agencies across the country have come out against this. Attorney General Eric Holder has come out against this, as well as FBI Director, James Comey. Comey will be featured on an episode of 60 Minutes next week where he explains why the new iPhones are, in his words, a threat to national security. You see, they claim because they can no longer access these phones, they can’t stop crime by getting much needed info from the phones. All of them keep using the excise that children will suffer, children will get hurt because of this. They won’t be able to stop child molesters and the like. So how in the world did they fight crime before the proliferation of smartphones? Smartphones have only been popular for less than 10 years. Why does law enforcement NEED access now? Apple gives us privacy and the fact our govt. comes out to say that’s bad is proof positive they’re not on our side.

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  • [3] October 6, 2014 at 11:44pm

    Where are all these “black lives matter” protesters when blacks continuously kill other blacks? Maybe they should carpool up to Chicago to “protest” there. Tell me something…what good did their so-called protest at the St. Louis symphony do? I’m sick of everyone thinking they’re an activist when 9 times out of 10, all they are is a disturbance. Why are Ferguson protesters out on the streets “protesting” late at night? How do you get your point across when everyone’s asleep? The sad thing is, the grand jury, law enforcement, and MO’s govt. know that if they don’t charge Wilson, those so-called peaceful protesters will burn Ferguson to the ground. They’ve already threatened to do so right in the middle of a city council meeting. We have honest, law-abiding conservatives getting arrested for interfering with official meetings just because they peacefully & respectfully debate common core, but black Ferguson residents can hijack a city council meeting and scream that they’ll destroy the city, yet nothing happens to them.

  • [2] October 6, 2014 at 11:25pm

    The painting has been on the school’s office wall for 18 years. There have been atheists in existence in this country for 18 years. Yet only now do some of them demand the painting be removed. That is because a select group of atheists in this country have become domestic terrorists looking to destroy the nation from within in the name of so-called freedom. No atheist, no student, no parent, teacher or staff minded that this painting was there for 18 years. These people out there today, like those from FFR, need to be stopped. They do not support freedom, they only support their version of it. Their actions do not benefit our nation in any way, they are a danger to it. That’s why I call them domestic terrorists. I am a non-religious person and I couldn’t care less if this painting was hanging in my child’s school.