User Profile: SacredHonor1776

SacredHonor1776

Member Since: January 25, 2011

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  • [1] August 14, 2016 at 5:53pm

    National Enquirer is Trump’s go to news…

    The Blaze is just trying to compete….

  • [3] August 5, 2016 at 7:28am

    Katzkiner

    Muslims can legally own guns (2nd Ammendment). You try the whole flame thrower and minigun routine… Muslims will fight back.

    Banning them from guns will of course not block them from getting guns… Noting the guns they found in Mosque in France. But it would probably reduce the number of guns most Muslims would have. Make it easier for the state to wipe them out in case of an uprising…

    Just as removing guns from Patriots would lower their chance of standing up against a tyrannical government, or Tyrannical muslims.

  • [2] August 5, 2016 at 7:19am

    No, O is probably “Chrislam”.

  • [10] August 5, 2016 at 5:08am

    Frodo, Pippin, and Sam made their way back to the parlour. There was no light. Merry was not there, and the fire had burned low. It was not until they had puffed up the embers into a blaze and thrown on a couple of ******* that they discovered Strider had come with them. There he was calmly sitting in a chair by the door!

    J.R.R. Tolkien. The Lord of the Rings (p. 163). Harper Collins, Inc.. Kindle Edition.

    At last reluctantly Gandalf himself took a hand. Picking up a ****** he held it aloft for a moment, and then with a word of command, naur an edraith amen!

    J.R.R. Tolkien. The Lord of the Rings (p. 290). Harper Collins, Inc.. Kindle Edition.

    The fire burned low, and the last ****** was thrown on. ‘The night is getting old,’ said Aragorn. ‘The dawn is not far off.’

    J.R.R. Tolkien. The Lord of the Rings (p. 291). Harper Collins, Inc.. Kindle Edition.

    ‘I lit a bit of fire,’ said Pippin. ‘It cheered us up in the fogs. There were few ******* about, and most of the wood we could find was wet.

    J.R.R. Tolkien. The Lord of the Rings (p. 561). Harper Collins, Inc.. Kindle Edition.

    Then Gandalf revealed the strength that lay hid in him, even as the light of his power was hidden under his grey mantle. He leaped up on to the *******, and raising the sick man lightly he sprang down again, and bore him towards the door. But as he did so Faramir moaned and called on his father in his dream.

    J.R.R. Tolkien. The Lord of the Rings (p. 852). Harper Collins, Inc.. Kindle Edition.

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  • [-2] July 23, 2016 at 9:41pm

    “They were about recovering many of the moral values of that era.”

    Not going to happen under Trump.

  • [4] July 23, 2016 at 9:37pm

    Instead of complaining about Pokémon Go…

    Just remember if had been people crossing over the southern border t hey would have given them a free ride and a welfare check…

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  • [4] July 22, 2016 at 11:05pm

    “Yes We Can’ came from a 1987 poem where the term ‘African American’ was first invented.

    Before that poem the term ‘African American’ never existed. That’s where 0bama and crew got ‘Yes We Can’. It was to divide blacks and whites and to keep blacks from calling themselves just ‘Americans’. ”

    African-American (adj.) Look up African-American at Dictionary.com
    there are isolated instances from the late 18th and early 19th centuries, but the modern use is a re-invention first attested 1969 (in reference to the African-American Teachers Association) which became the preferred term in some circles for “U.S. black” (noun or adjective) by the late 1980s. Mencken, 1921, reports Aframerican “is now very commonly used in the Negro press.” Afro-American is attested in 1853, in freemen’s publications in Canada. Africo-American (1817 as a noun, 1826 as an adjective) was common in abolitionist and colonization society writings.

  • [6] July 22, 2016 at 5:49am

    “Caucasoid, *******, and mongoloid”

    No there is only one race… Most people don’t use those terms anymore (they actually come form a time when eugenicists had like five categories for races). That’s why one of them is even ‘censored’ by the blaze LOL.

  • [5] July 22, 2016 at 5:46am

    “COlor-blind” is apparently now considered racist by progressives.

    https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/culturally-speaking/201112/colorblind-ideology-is-form-racism

    I’m sure the media will start attacking that soon enough.

  • July 20, 2016 at 5:44pm

    ““I admire Thomas Jefferson, his words and his leadership — and I deplore his un-repentant slave holding. I admire Margaret Sanger being a pioneer and trying to empower women to have some control over their bodies — and I deplore the statements you have referenced. That is the way we often are when we look at flawed human beings. There are things we admire, and things that we deplore.”-Hillary Rodham Clinton

  • [4] July 10, 2016 at 4:04pm

    Take it out for a test spin on the ocean, filled with animals, and scientifically see how well it floats.

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  • [1] July 10, 2016 at 9:03am

    Everyone was a ‘racist’ at that time by today’s standards. Most people thought blacks were inferior…

    The question was more about how they should be treated though, even as “inferiors”.

    Lincoln also argued they should be free, and treated with dignity, lest europeans found themselves also owned as ‘slaved’. The argument being if someone thinks they have the right to own slaves, then why can’t someone also say they have the right to own europeans as slaves as well.

    Fragments on Slavery
    Abraham Lincoln
    April 1, 1854
    If A. can prove, however conclusively, that he may, of right, enslave B.—why may not B. snatch the same argument, and prove equally, that he may enslave A?—
    You say A. is white, and B. is black. It is color, then; the lighter, having the right to enslave the darker? Take care. By this rule, you are to be slave to the first man you meet, with a fairer skin than your own.
    You do not mean color exactly? You mean the whites are intellectually the superiors of the blacks, and, therefore have the right to enslave them? Take care again. By this rule, you are to be slave to the first man you meet, with an intellect superior to your own.
    But, say you, it is a question of interest; and, if you can make it your interest; you have the right to enslave another. Very well. And if he can make it his interest, he has the right to enslave you.

  • [1] July 10, 2016 at 8:49am

    Most of the time these statues are actually ‘donated’, no tax money involved, and maintaned by a third party organization… In this case the Friends of Jefferson David it seems.

  • [1] July 10, 2016 at 7:51am

    Keep in mind it only says one of the guys in there was for drug abuse. Another was in tehre for asssaulting an officer.

    We don’t know what the others were in there for.

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  • [10] June 29, 2016 at 6:35pm

    Can’t say hupersons, that has ‘son’ in it….

    Cant’ say she cause it has ‘he’ in it.

    Can’t say her because it has ‘he’ in it…

    Can’t say female because it has ‘male’ in it.

  • June 20, 2016 at 9:30pm

    This article doesn’t mention it, but the individual is a British National.

  • June 20, 2016 at 9:28pm

    He’s actually a British national.

  • [1] June 19, 2016 at 7:04am

    Actually if If you read documents of the while chamberlains treaty appears ill conceived and naive, it may have actually given Britain enough time to prepare defenses. Germany was. Ore than ready with resources to take on Britian at the time, unfortunate series liberal government had gutted Britain’s defenses after the first world war. Chamberlain actually did start increasing defenses after the treaty believing Hitler couldn’t be trusted, before Churchill took over. But had they declared war on Germany then or Germany declared war at the time of the treaty, it actually had superior forced and weapons that it could have knocked Britain out much earlier in the game, and possibly had Russia’s help at that point..

  • June 19, 2016 at 6:49am

    Actually it was ransomed from the Kings of Austria and Germany. Leopold of Austria and Henry VI of Germany both Christian nations, but saw saw a way of taking advantage of the Crusades.

  • [3] June 13, 2016 at 6:03pm

    Private companies have a right to set their own policies.. They then can live with the consequences when things go to hell….

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