User Profile: sdvausa

Member Since: November 28, 2012


  • December 17, 2012 at 11:26am

    Really, a Navy Seal came up with this? This is fiction.

    Really like a metal detector would stop the Sandy Hook murderer? “Sir, I said please put your weapons down before entering the metal detector or you won’t be allowed in…”

    How about every teacher having a code combination locked cabinet with an AR-15 beside their desk.

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  • December 15, 2012 at 7:52am

    perhaps its time for these talking heads to stop hiding behind the out dated first amendment and RVW.

  • December 6, 2012 at 8:58am

    Yes legalize it, but most of the population will not be able to smoke it. If your job does drug testing and fires you for using marijuana don’t come crying to us about making your employer not test for it…

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  • December 6, 2012 at 8:49am

    Why does everyone use ‘Tax Revenues’ as a way to justify legalizing it? Don’t you pay enough taxes? Why do you wan’t to add a whole new layer of bureaucracy? You people act like taxing it is going to be the end to our troubles and a revenue panacea…

    Just legalize it, free people that are held on Marijuana related charges.

  • December 3, 2012 at 2:26pm

    As a Christian, I think the retailers should stand with the atheist and get rid of Christmas… They’ll be begging to have it back in a few years.

  • December 3, 2012 at 2:01pm

    “The ironic thing is that the sectarian Christians who squeal the loudest over this “war on Christmas” are the same ones who defend parodies of sacred Mormon clothing, Joseph Smith, the angel Moroni, or other sacred Mormon symbols.”

    Please tell us how you REALLY know that these are the same people. Unlike the atheist who decry everything they think is myth. If it’s not real they why do you care so much?

    Atheist pretend they have the luxury to point at everyone about evils done through history as the fault of religion; i.e.: slavery, polygamy, genocide, etc. etc.

    If we buy into their point of view, then they’ve had millions of years to get rid of these evil. Or to be fair, 10,000 years of civilization to get rid of these evils. Yet, where were the atheist to stop them? Now that we’ve arrived at a point of history where everyone agrees that these things are wrong? Christianity, has helped outlaw them. The atheist now point to the religious as being the cause of it.

    So show us where the atheist have made a concerted effort to bring freedom, value of life, elevated the rights of women in history… Don’t tell me what you’re doing now, because your kind has existed throughout history.

  • December 3, 2012 at 11:48am

    your absolutely right. I’ve been there done that…

  • December 3, 2012 at 11:44am

    This is why you only help widows and orphans Timothy 5:3-16… no ADULT MEN who choose not to work.

  • November 28, 2012 at 1:34pm

    I am amazed at how people look at giving today. Seem to think that it is required. That if a poor person did not receive a gift to their satisfaction that it is insufficient. That concept is downright selfish. We graciously accept whatever someone wants to give you. Not stand there and say it’s not enough.

    The New Testament looks at giving differently. It should be done not out of necessity or need or grudgingly. Let everyone determine if his heart what God wants them to give and they should give it. It should be a secret. not something that you tell everyone about.

  • November 28, 2012 at 1:23pm

    You have apparently not been to very many churches in our country… to make such a statement I guess you’d have to attend attended everyone of them. There are plenty of churches that preach the gospel and correct living. If you want to get their churches around the world to our churches. You should look at the tax code for the differences. Nonprofit organizations are required to have a board. This provides a different power structure in our churches. Rather than theocratic rule of the church it’s done by a board Like a corporation. As you know parliamentary systems generally lead to corruption and power struggles.

  • November 28, 2012 at 1:12pm

    10% is an Old Testament concept, 10% is not in New Testament. The role of the church is To perform the great commission. Helping Widows and Orphans i.e. your neighbor is a personal duty. The Bible says a lot about personal responsibility and the duties of parents. But all we ever hear about is “helping the poor”.

  • November 28, 2012 at 12:29pm

    This poll is offensive to me for many reasons. We live in a nation that increasingly hates Christians, who then set back and whine that we aren’t doing enough. Is it not a miracle enough that we give and care for the poor period? The whole concept the ‘we’re not doing enough’ is selfish! What is the poor, widows and children; men and single women are required by the Bible to GET OUT AND WORK! The so called poor already get $1T from us a year. Care for your neighbor is suppose to be a personal work, not a corporate one.

    Remember that when you give to the the Salvation Army, Goodwill, United Way and Red Cross; who turn the ‘poor’ into a product or commodity to profit from.