The biggest problem is that, as the article stated, Her views do not represent the students, but her own entirely and not representing your constituents is immoral. That position is about what’s best for the school and students, not her own agenda or the agenda of any other group she is a part of.
July 18, 2013 at 5:02pm
Look in Arlington Cemetery and what do you see? That has become the symbol of a soldiers grave. It’s art of our military history and heritage and denying that because some people are “offended” offends me. Whether you are Christian or not you can still recognize the fact that the Christian faith is extremely intermingled in our history and denying that is as absurd as trying to change history. The symbol on that memorial in no way, shape, or form forces religion on anyone whatsoever. Separation of church and state was to protect the people from a government enforcing the beliefs of a certain denomination, not to sterilize anything public from having representations of what it’s people may believe. After all, the government is merely a representation of the people is it not? So then the people may choose to have memorials representing what ever they may want or believe; as the atheist group in Florida has done recently. That’s the right that those soldiers represented in that memorial died to protect.
July 14, 2013 at 6:05pm
So now the White House thinks it’s ok to leak information, just as long as it’s not their information. It’s not like we’re selling out our own allies and risking the lives of their citizens…
July 11, 2013 at 3:45pm
A “terroristic threat” is a third degree felony punishable by 10 years? And here I thought we had the first amendment right to freedom of speech. I mean that was a bit much for 19 year old sarcasm but if they start putting people away for “terroristic threats” then a lot of people are gonna start dissapearing. Especially since they know everything your saying and can detain you indefinitely. What wonderful freedom we have these days…
July 10, 2013 at 9:08pm
I felt like he was being sarcastic to make a point. Or maybe that’s just how I would have said it.
Did anyone else notice how in 2007 when the federal minimum wage was lowest, there was the greatest difference between minimum wage and the national average wage?
What a strange coincidence…
July 10, 2013 at 5:21pm
I’m assuming the IRS and FEMA are going to be marked on there? Those are the most dangerous guns in America…
July 2, 2013 at 8:47pm
I’m curious, why is our president worrying about anything to do with any African country? Is he their president? Obama seems to show loyalty to the citizens and governments of every nation on earth… Except us. Yah, help fix Africa, because they’re your continuants aren’t they?
I think he’s just paving the way to a world government by playing president in everyone else’s country.
July 2, 2013 at 7:41pm
Just another step towards eliminating citizen’s charities so people in need have only one place to turn for help: the government.
July 2, 2013 at 7:23pm
Good quote. To bad for them they don’t realize that the most dangerous crocodile is the American people. They better start appeasing us; one because that’s their job, and two because no one will come down harder on them than patriotic Americans upholding the Constitution.
July 2, 2013 at 9:13am
How come the government and the general population doesn’t seem to realize that we are included in the term “infidel” too. That threat is directed at us as well. From the Taliban we helped in the 80′s in Afghanistan, to the Egyptian government (Muslim Brotherhood) we just helped, to the Syrian rebels we’re about to help, they all inevitably want us dead. So then why do we keep helping them? We’re going to regret it just like Afghanistan. To many of us soldiers have already died for worthless countries and worthless people. Islam is the same no matter what country it’s in.
June 30, 2013 at 9:12pm
The reset button? It’s big and red and reads “Revolution” on it.
May 15, 2013 at 6:25pm
It’s interesting comparing the Tea Party to the Taliban when the Taliban actually originated in Pakistan and moved into Aghanistan in the middle of it’s civil war, when it was weak. The Tea Party and it’s core values pre-date the United States, but these liberal progressive ideas have been moving in from Europe over the past few decades. The Taliban also, once in power, forced many laws that controlled and restricted the Afghan people. Sound familiar to anyone? So it’s funny to realize that the left-wing liberals are actually very very comparable to the Taliban, which is just one more example of liberal hipocrisy. Thanks for pointing that out Julian.
May 14, 2013 at 10:56pm
Well said. I think it’s fair to draw the line when one individual or groups “supposed” freedoms infringe on others freedoms. As you said, it’s not liberty if one person’s freedom is more important than anothers.