huh. seems to me that people who represent themselves as constitutionalists would respect the first amendment. I don’t like these Satanists but they have every right to do what they are doing. to paraphrase a famous quote “the first amendment is not there to protect speech with which we agree but that which we find abhorrent
 August 26, 2014 at 10:02pm
unfortunately @rt this looks a lot like the republic of Rome. I’m just wondering who our Caesar and our Pompey are.
August 22, 2014 at 9:36pm
it never ceases to amaze me that blacks in this country insist they are oppressed. I went to Belfast in the early 80s and got to see what “oppressed” really is. I have never cared about race or color, but the insanity in our inner cities is actually making me think we should find a way to get rid of some of these people. I am all for devoting a large portion of our gdp for a year or two and buy them a country in Africa then send every one of the inner city welfare careerists there.
August 22, 2014 at 9:26pm
generally speaking the progressive tactic in any debate has been to lie as loud and bold as possible and then scream the same thing over and over.
 August 10, 2014 at 8:34am
given that she chased him out of the house its a good thing its not loaded. The damn cops would just cuff her and charge 2nd degree murder
 July 29, 2014 at 4:24am
don’t know where you live but here in Oklahoma its murder of a police officer. I watched a dumb A shop lifter run from the cops and kick at the police dog. He was shot 7 times by cops.
 July 27, 2014 at 10:32am
it is a felony. In Oklahoma you can be charged with 2nd degree murder for a dui related fatality. I caused the death of 2 people when drunken drag racing my friend. He didn’t make it and I did but I did 15 years for it. The problem isn’t the laws its the people, I knew and everyone knows that if you get behind the wheel while impaired you are taking the lives of everyone on the road into your drunken hand. There is no excuse or unfortunately solution.
 June 15, 2014 at 6:10pm
for future reference the use of all caps tends to make most of us simply skip your post. It also sadly makes you look a complete loon.
May 17, 2014 at 9:31pm
that’s ok as a Cherokee I find it scary they have very little on how the American Gov. treated us.
 May 8, 2014 at 6:15pm
Hitler proved that? are you a complete idiot? Even without U.S. intervention the Russians would have crushed the Nazis. Once they had the T-72 it was all over but the German crying. Those socialists WERE the opposition which stopped the Nazis
May 7, 2014 at 9:19pm
hey @loveGod… you mean like that crucifixion thing? Yeah that capitol punishment is awesome. I really love the “Born Again Christian” attitudes some of you have. I’m pretty sure Christ would not be in the group shouting “YAAAYY kill em now”
April 18, 2014 at 9:24pm
as someone who is a creationist (although not quite as strictly as some) I believe that while the Bible is the Word of God, to base our acceptance of scientific theory on the description of creation written by at best a bronze age Egyptian is somewhat foolish. While I believe it to be true that God showed Moses the creation of the universe, I don’t believe that someone without what we would consider to even basic knowledge of science could describe what he was shown with any great understanding. A few micro seconds (femtoseconds possibly?) into the big bang, the universe was comprised of photons and illuminessed. Sounds like let there be light to me.
Ultimately Science will prove God although, like you, I expect many will have to rethink how they interpret the Bible. But I also think to willy nilly change how we interpret it is foolish. Read carefully with open mind, and remember that Jesus often spoke in parables that we might understand the concept he was trying to get across.
From where comes the concept that the inspired word of God can't also speak in "parables" ?
April 18, 2014 at 9:07pm
um sorry there libsocialist but energy and matter can neither be created nor destroyed. It can only be transformed. Seems like you may need to study up a bit on what quantum physics actually says
March 27, 2014 at 7:13pm
um as a historian maybe you should have realized that Ptolemy the general of Alexander was 350 years or so before his descendant Cleopatra
February 15, 2014 at 11:35am
Unfortunately the up coming generation has a very high number of worthless individuals. I am a welder, and while they tell you welders make a lot of money they don’t tell you why. Welding is a brutal job and you usually work 5-7 12 hour days per week. That said, we hired 2 recently graduated 18 year olds. They were offered 14.50 an hour to start as welders helpers and within 2 years would be fully trained welders making 18-24 per hour. These bums didn’t make it to the lunch bell. They quit after 3 hours because “this is too hard”. The average age of welders in this country is 55 and this next generation is NOT going to do the job. all our new hires are Mexicans and OTM immigrants, legal and otherwise.
I retired from construction and I have to agree because I saw the same thing. The new kids all believed they should get the easiest job with the highest pay from day 1. On the other side of the coin however 15 bucks an hour doesn't amount to much anymore. I would not recommend the construction industry to anyone anymore. Let the foreigners have it.
Can't a robot do your job at least as well as you anyway (and a robot doesn't need hazard pay...or oxygen)?
Seems to me the whole "where's the next generation of manufacturers" concern is moot--by the time China has industrialized to the point where it would start exporting its manufacturing jobs, the technology to automate the whole manufacturing process (save the design phase, and necessary maintenance) which already exists will be comparatively much more attractive than continued utilization of human labor in the process--labor that would be better spent in artistic endeavors, like the design process, research, invention, and innovation, etc.
"I would not recommend the construction industry to anyone anymore. Let the foreigners have it."
This illustrates my point precisely--"let the foreigners have it" might as well be "let the robots have it." Those who have been seen as ideal candidates for society's necessary but unpleasant labors traditionally have been TREATED as if they were robots anyway (whether African slaves or Eastern European wage slaves). So we've basically ALREADY been at a point of MENTALLY conceiving of the whole manufacturing process (with the exception of pre-manufacturing design phases) as automated anyway all this time.
I'm a machinist and have seen the same thing happening when there is a job opening for trainees in our machine shop. The company will hire kids with zero experience, who expect to be paid what a Master Machinist makes ($24 to $30 per/hr). These kids get hired, as trainees, for $15.50 per/hr. Plus insurance, profit sharing, 401k, and a 4% bonus each week if you work the allotted hours. Not a bad gig for someone with no experience. If after a month or two they do not get double the pay, they end up quitting. When I was that age I would have killed for a job that not only pays a good wage (plus great benefits), but a job that will teach a skill that is something that will always be needed in the manufacturing process. Robotics can do some jobs, but as a welder you know robots cannot do all the welding that needs to be done just as robots cannot fully run a CNC machine as a human can. It really disgusts me that kids now days have no desire to work, but expect to get a wage unearned. Just think Red, when all us old fart welders and machinists are either too old to do the job or are dead, who's going to build all the stuff these azzhats rely on. It's like the article about the Garbage man who gave that kid the Tonka garbage truck. People were bashing that guy because he was a Garbage man. What do these people think would happen if there weren't any Garbage men? Know what I am saying?
January 19, 2014 at 9:16am
at one time I did feel the same. I managed to avoid marriage and kids until my late 30′s. When I found out that my wife was pregnant I really started to dread being a father. I really didn’t have a sense of attachment to the baby while she was pregnant, it just didn’t seem real to me. When I held that beautiful little red headed baby girl in my arms for the first time I knew, this was MY child and I would do anything, give anything, for her. its the most amazing feeling in the world and I’m so sorry that you haven’t gotten to have it.
January 19, 2014 at 9:12am
children are a blessing mate not a punishment
January 5, 2014 at 3:35pm
@sky you really believe that don’t you? There are no herbivores with canines and forward set eyes. We are omnivores. If you granted a cow intelligence it wouldn’t suddenly crave meat. Most other primates are also omnivorous just not as good at it.
January 5, 2014 at 11:01am
lol you never know. In high school one of my friends was a full blood creek and his parents were hippies. Poor guy ended up named Freedom Love Heapofbirds =D
January 5, 2014 at 10:28am
if your looking for presents for yerself try out the Kriss Super V sometime. My little bro got one and all I can say is DAYUM that is a blast. course you could always try out a steyr scout 7mm