User Profile: Selfreliance


Member Since: September 04, 2010


  • [2] September 11, 2014 at 7:17pm

    Sure, we need the next iPhone of guns…. just ask Jennifer Lawrence.

  • [2] September 10, 2014 at 9:54am

    Surely chapter leaders are elected by chapter member. Is it not reasonable to think chapters unlikely to elect non-Christian leaders for their Christian-based organization? This entire issue is moronic.

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  • September 6, 2014 at 9:42am

    Ironic that Reed always harps on the Koch brothers, but has no problem with Steyer, Bloomberg, Eychanger, Simons, Stryker, and those Democrat donors that hide their massive contributions. To put this in perspective, OpenSecrets says Tom Steyer’s 2014 federal level contributions tally over $20M, 100% to the D, and he is the #1 individual donor. David Koch makes that list at #83 with $412K. Even ADDED WITH the Koch Industries $2.9M (ranked #35 in organizational contributors), the Koch’s total contributions a 16% of Tom Steyer… who has promised to hit $100M, by the way.

    The Democrats don’t complain, of course, about the massive union contributions. As organizational contributors:
    Carpenters, #3
    SEUI, #4
    City of NY, #5
    AFT, #10
    AFL-CIO, #12
    State/County/Muni Workers. #14
    Pipefitters, #15
    Electrical Workers, #16
    Steelworkers, #18
    OEU, #19

    That is HALF of the top 20 political contributors… all unions donating almost entirely to Democrats. Why isn’t this an issue, Harry?

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  • August 27, 2014 at 5:27pm

    The cops “did” or “didn’t” realize the perp was holding an Airsoft gun?

  • [1] August 9, 2014 at 7:17am

    If you’re going to carry a firearm, you have to know the law. You must realize that many locations and states unconstitutionally limit your right to keep and bear arms in common use as a means to defend yourself and others. You should know that some people are so blindly anti-gun that they will harass you endlessly if your reveal to them that you choose to exercise this constitutionally protected right. If you break the law related to your choice, you should expect the most harsh response possible in some places, completely devoid of logic and rational thought.

  • [4] July 30, 2014 at 12:59pm

    Anyone who doesn’t get what Dawkins is saying is an absolute moron. Person A accosts person B with a knife, and cut them… a 1″ slice on their forearm. Person C accosts person D with a knife, and cuts them… burying the blade through their arm. Both are “assault with a deadly weapon (knife)” but you’re going to tell me the second isn’t worse than the first? Child molestation includes both fondling and forced penetration. One isn’t worse than the other? Some people are simply out to be offended, or out to find fault with someone.

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  • [1] July 19, 2014 at 9:41am

    In case it’s not obvious to you and everyone else, they’re not. It’s the firearm owner’s responsibility to know and follow all applicable laws, and everyone that’s going to own a gun should be fully aware of that.

    I’ll go a step further. I do NOT want gun regulation taken to a national level. I like in a relatively gun-friendly state, and I have no interest in subjecting my ownership and use of firearms to the voting powers of legislators from the liberal coasts.

  • [3] July 12, 2014 at 11:39am

    “most of the more than 57,000 unaccompanied kids who’ve arrived since October”

    Get with it, Blaze. These are NOT “kids.” They are OTM “unaccompanied minors,” meaning individuals under the age of 18 not in the presence of their legal parent or guardian. The majority are bound to be 13-17 and mostly gang members, but of course nothing but staged pictures and no data is being provided about their ages. Using a word that conjures up images of little 8 year old Sally playing with Border Bustin Barbie is simply inaccurate. When is the last time you look at a 17 year old MS-13 member with his face covered in gang ink and thought, “what a cute kid!”?

  • June 3, 2014 at 1:59pm

    Nothing wrong with M&M’s decision here, although they should make it and stand behind it. Those citing the gay wedding cake debacle should realize that forcing the baker to accept business against his values is just as wrong as doing the same to Mars. At least the cake case involved a protected class… there absolutely no justification to complain about Mars’ right to make this decision.

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  • June 3, 2014 at 1:55pm

    You have some problem with THAT website? You must have a really challenging time browsing the web.

  • May 30, 2014 at 7:31pm

    Having previously had guns pointed at you does not justify firing wildly at those individuals when they’re outside your store, fleeing, and no longer a deadly threat. Firing wild shots at fleeing perps is exactly the sort of behavior that proves someone shouldn’t have a firearm.

  • [1] May 29, 2014 at 9:02am

    Most people do not consider all Caucasians “white.” What percentage of Google’s workforce is Asian? What percentage of their “white” workforce descends from Caucasians from India and Pakistan?

  • [16] May 29, 2014 at 8:57am

    Are you aware that nearly every sort of common electrical component — that is, most types of resistors, capacitors, diodes, and so forth — are not available made anywhere except China? That means every electrical device, from pacemakers to defibrillators, are at least in part made in China. Good luck with your policy.

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  • [4] May 23, 2014 at 9:08am

    Am I missing something? They both HAD the money to “pay” to go to the bathroom and chose not to do so, because they wanted goodies instead. You ask me, it’s a good lesson in the wise use of one’s own resources. If you don’t learn this lesson you age into that person who has the platinum smart phone plan but can’t make bills at the end of the month. This woman can teach my kids any time.

  • [2] May 7, 2014 at 7:58pm

    Bound to be more to this story than a parking spot. Both participants in the argument just happen to be carrying, doubtless illegally?

  • [8] May 7, 2014 at 7:56pm

    There’s no indication here that her actions were in self-defense. There’s not enough information to conclude anything either way. IF she was in reasonable fear for her life, firing the firearm should be an act of self-defense regardless of that firearm’s source, although she could also indited for unlawful possession thereof (likely only if she’s believed to have known her son had the firearm in the first place). On the other hand, if the shooter was running away when she fired, self-defense wouldn’t be a valid defense against attempted murder or a lesser charge. She has no justification for shooting purely in retaliation, however reasonable many might feel that to be.

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  • May 4, 2014 at 10:05am

    So you think they’re being reported too frequently, or that you’re reading too much? Shootings are not happening more frequently,

  • May 4, 2014 at 10:03am

    You’re mistaking “being reported more frequently” for “happening more frequently.”

    “This stuff,” as you put it, is happening less frequently.

  • [-1] May 4, 2014 at 10:02am

    The homicide rate has dropped by more than half in the last 20 years and that is “falling apart”? Genius.

  • May 4, 2014 at 9:57am

    Can you imagine an America where every car would have an instantly inflating pillow of air to cushion drivers in an impact, and no one would ever die in an automobile accident again?

    Guess what? Even with TEN cushions of air surrounding a driver they still manage to die in automobile accidents. Even in countries with virtually no guns, there is gun crime. This progressive mindset that we’re not done restricting people until they are totally safe is both ridiculous and utterly impractical… but a great excuse for limitless power grabbing.