Sorry dude your full of pooh. Their current uranium is capable of an enriched uranium nuke.
We are not going to hide behind the atomic lies of their not possessing plutonium enrichment needed for a much more powerful hydrogen bomb.
Who the hell do you think your fooling?
 July 4, 2015 at 10:57am
It is the same tactic used by all governments.
[-7] July 4, 2015 at 9:47am
How soon until the Blaze has a story about Netanyau denouncing the deal?
 July 3, 2015 at 6:08pm
EAST, thanks for the correction.
My apologies SALTWATER.
 July 3, 2015 at 5:33pm
I am glad to see people fighting for more freedom but instead of trying to get new laws passed maybe a better approach should be to work to eliminate all laws that violate the one simple “Prime Directive” i.e. everyone has a right to be left alone so long as they are not harming others or their property.
Eliminate all of these bad “thou shall not do” laws and new laws begging for “permission” won’t be needed.
 July 3, 2015 at 5:22pm
A good smoke, a good beer, and a good meal. Life is good…
 July 3, 2015 at 5:19pm
SALTWATER, it does not matter if you understand people who use pot . It only matters that you understand freedom.
 July 3, 2015 at 1:22pm
IB, that is exactly the goal of “climate change” taxation.
I don't disagree entirely, but a federal government seems to simply be a necessary evil that must exist. The real problem is the level at which it now exists. I'd say the SIZE of the the US federal government is the real root of the problem.
 July 3, 2015 at 9:57am
BECKISGR8IST, “Fake churches given tax exempt status costs society more money than welfare cheats.”
One, what is a “fake church”? Who gets to decide which is “fake” and which is “real”?
Two, how exactly does having a tax exempt status “…costs society more money than welfare cheats?” What are the specific numbers?
i’m not google
The estimate just for Scientology is they are forgiven $7.8 million a year in taxes, for a “church” of about 25,000 members.
And my solution is Becky decides. He’s got the pipeline to God.
Starting churches is big business. are you familiar with the G-12 pyramid scheme?
BECKISGR8IST, "i’m not google"
No, but you are the one making a specific claim so therefore you are the one who is responsible to supply the facts you are claiming.
"The estimate just for Scientology is they are forgiven $7.8 million a year in taxes, for a 'church' of about 25,000 members."
One, who is making the estimate? Two, what do you mean by "...they are forgiven...in taxes..."?
 July 3, 2015 at 9:46am
SALTWATER, “Pay unto Caesar what is Caesar’s.”
The problem is that none of this is Caesars.
Taxing power is the power to control. And it is clear that the US federal government is insatiable in its efforts to establish “full spectrum dominance” not just around the world but here at home.
But I do appreciate the irony of Christians now worrying about being taxed and controlled when many of these same Christians fought to have high taxes placed on alcohol and other “sin taxes” in their effort to control other people’s behavior.
Either live and let live or it will come back to bite you…
 July 3, 2015 at 9:23am
ZAPPA, the Natural Law Right of freedom of thought and the Natural Law Right of freedom of association trump anyone’s claim – demand – that others’ must do what they want them to do.
“Discrimination” is nothing more than deciding something. It is a good thing humans can decide things for themselves, whether others disagree with those decisions or not.
 July 3, 2015 at 9:06am
ZAPPA, killing someone causes harm to them. Not selling them something does no harm to anyone. That is where the logic begins and ends. In a free society anyways.
 July 3, 2015 at 9:04am
Since the implementation of the immoral and unjust “public accommodation” laws.
These are the laws that need to be removed, as well as the laws preventing homosexuals to marry.
[-15] July 1, 2015 at 10:40pm
“…we must put an end to white supremacy once and for all.”
I find it interesting how posters here, up till now, have failed/refused to address this most revealing statement.
Do you know a lot of White Supremacists? Funny, I don't.
 July 1, 2015 at 9:13pm
JUST, are you a Christian?
[-3] July 1, 2015 at 8:41pm
CATALYST, actually Alex de Tocqueville never said that. It is one of those legends from History.
“Do we have good men and women at the helm?”
This is the Great Lie of the modern era; the idea that a society is reliant on someone or somebodies “at the helm”. The need for a “benevolent” dictator, or a “people’s committee”, or a strongman, or a cabinet of “the best and the brightest”, or a “strong president” etc is a lie to freedom loving people. Sadly, US amerikans are no longer freedom loving people.
A free society, does not need “the right people” to guide it along towards a certain path, which is exactly what both the libs and conservatives seek to do. A free society does not need anyone “at the helm”.
I appreciate your reply, but we do indeed have a helm. We elect someone to steer the ship and that course is based on what "we the people" determine. The problem is that we the people have become parasites. The elected leader of "the helm" will take advantage of such a constituency. We are indeed in charge of "our ship" unless the crew is willing to hold those steering it responsible for misdirection. So I agree with you in part, but I see that ship as having a set of rules to base it's course.....the Constitution.
Regardless of where the quote was originated....it holds true, so we can debate it's origin, but not its validity.