User Profile: SquareHead


Member Since: July 26, 2011


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  • [-1] July 31, 2014 at 8:53am

    TheBlaze is where name calling is promoted, when factual analysis will hurt Glenn Becks feelings, and what he wishes is true. Baa-baa like the sheep in Animal Farm.

    Kyle was proved to be a liar, and died before he had to testify in court. Why did he lie about something so silly? Who put him up to that? I guess I will have to go to Infowars and other news sites where they are interested in getting to the truth.

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  • [-1] July 29, 2014 at 11:51pm

    The real question is; Why was Kyle lying about something so silly? It appears to me that 90% of the anti Ventura comments are from people that did not even read the article? Much like the sheep in Animal Farm!

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  • [47] July 28, 2014 at 10:34pm

    Drugs should be decriminalized, so the profitability would be taken out of the equation. This way the potheads could just grow their own.

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  • [1] July 23, 2014 at 6:57pm

    TheBlaze was instrumental in 2012 in thwarting the Ron Paul campaign,while pushing for Mitt Romney, hence insuring four more years of Obama. Why Glenn Beck and TheBlaze turned on Ron Paul in 2011, I would really like to know as the reporting changed completely. Good news on Ron Paul was not mentioned, whereas hack headlines like this article became common place. When the comments went against the article and it became apparent that 90% of the comments was pro Ron Paul, the article was removed of the front page quickly. As well as many of us’s comments was deleted or never posted in the first place.

    I was first in line to support TheBlaze with a subscription when he left Fox, as he was bringing more things into light than most in the news. But all of that changed the fall of 2011. My speculation assume that Glenn Beck came to enjoy the success of TheBlaze, and realized that the threats he was getting was real and even moving to Texas, would not keep him from being affected if he did not tow the line. He did not want to end up like Breitbart.

    So from there we got:
    The cold shoulder for Ron Paul, no positive reporting.
    No more talking about the FED, which he had started to get into
    No questioning of the Bilderberg meetings.

    I suppose that GB thinks that he can be “safe” and effective at the same time, which I suppose could be true, to an extent. Effective enough to save the nation, as we know it? No, I don’t think so :(

  • [1] July 23, 2014 at 11:36am

    You must be a government troll, trying to obscure the fact that the Apollo missions never went to the moon. Because you can’t stop the information from coming out you are attempting to drown out the real story with quaq stories like this.

    DON’T WASTE YOUR TIME WATCHING THE LINC POSTED BY Mr Inventor ( troll from the ministry of propaganda)

    Watch these instead for starters:

    Astronauts caught lying

  • [1] July 23, 2014 at 11:31am

    Of Course the footage was faked. Anyone that is a amatur photagrapher can see that.
    I wish I could believe that we actually went to the moon. I watched the videos below along with looking at Nasa’s answers, I became convinced that we never went to the moon.

    Less than 10% of Americans over 40yrs old, will watch the videos below and do their own research as it is too painful. With all of the disappointments of our government in later years, it is just too much to bear, so they opt for name calling and holding on to the golden memories of American greatness, as though the truth about Apollo will diminish America’s great contributions to the world.

    Only the younger generations that will allow themselves to look at the evidence will see the Apollo missions for what they were.

    The biggest hoax ever.

    Astronauts caught lying

  • July 22, 2014 at 5:30pm

    “It is sick out there and getting sicker”
    - Bob Grant

  • [15] July 22, 2014 at 4:54pm

    Another article from the Mitt Romney campaign wing of TheBlaze.

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  • July 22, 2014 at 4:51pm

    This will cause hysteria from the religious nuts who believes that man evolved from a rock. Their faith says there is no God, so they can live happily as reprobates.

  • July 22, 2014 at 4:40pm

    Dress modestly woman and you will have less issues like this. That is not to say that the men who catcall are justified in anyway. If you dress with skirts above your knees with a low V type top, along with high heels, then you are clearly looking for attention. Don’t advertise if you are not in business, someone wise once said.

  • [3] July 22, 2014 at 4:35pm

    Don’t advertise if you are not in business….

  • [1] July 18, 2014 at 4:31pm

    Like I said, generally! I do know many of people with tattoos, even some that are decent. But I must admit when I find out someone I know have a tattoo, it changes the way I view them, as it says something about them. It does not mean that they have to be a reprobate, but often it turns out that my generalization turns out to be true, generally speaking.

  • [5] July 18, 2014 at 8:16am

    Things like this would be heard more, if employers did not have to engage in double-speak for the fear of not being sued. So instead people don’t get hired and get fired, and are not told the real reason.

  • [6] July 18, 2014 at 8:13am

    I agree tattoos are offensive, and in general are a sign of low self esteem, and lack of morals.

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  • July 17, 2014 at 5:12pm

    Those are the actions of a guilty man. If convicted he should go to jail for some serious time.

  • [4] July 16, 2014 at 1:04pm

    Unity will only happen if the small government Tea-Party types ignore their values and follow the GOP’s picks, as the GOP establishment are liberal, big government, big business, no morals, eurocrat NWO, Federal Reserve types… And they will not change until they don’t have any power.

    So I would say that the Democrats look good, as well as the prospects for a Libertarian Party, as the Republicans insist on their Rhino agenda, and their refusal to listen to their constituents, as they have been able thus far to remain in power by guilting the people to vote for the lesser evil.


  • [3] July 16, 2014 at 12:34pm

    Well said, and I agree. Hack’s like Mitch, does more to deflate any real reform momentum than we can even calculate. You like others voted for him because he “claimed” to be for a small government and liberty, but his actions are the opposite. He has gotten away with this exactly because his constituents are uninvolved and unaware. They think because their Republican is in office that is all they can hope for. The fact is that had they been paying attention and voted with their minds, then Jelly spined Mitch would have been voted out in the primary a long time ago. The primary election is the most important election, and it is the place were we can Fire the likes of Mitch, without automatically giving up a seat.

    I still think that it would be better to sacrifice a seat on principle as that is what grows the grass roots movement, which is where the true power to transform lies.

    Real reform Never happens with a sleeping public putting their hopes in the lesser evil, jelly spined candidats.

    MAKE SURE YOU ALWAYS VOTE IN THE PRIMARIES. If you don’t know much about your elected officials then my suggestion is:


  • [2] July 16, 2014 at 12:22pm

    They run as republican because the republicans CLAIM to be for small government, though they end up outspending the Democrats. Therefore, the Tea-Party candidates have a chance to win in the Republican elections as their constituents want a smaller government.

  • [3] July 16, 2014 at 12:17pm

    Voting for the lesser evil is the best way to Destroy the movement that can ultimately save this nation. The lesser evil is still Evil!, and will continue to lead to greater apathy, which is what got us to this place in the first place.

  • [2] July 16, 2014 at 11:55am

    The only way to the Republicans to win is for the people to vote out the Rhino’s and Big Government hacks that has taken over. My guess is that the GOP will continue to push for the establishment types like Mitt, Bohner, Mitch McConnel types, all of which might as well be Democrats.

    My guess is that the 3rd party will continue to grow and the Republicans will continue to loose, while the Democrats will keep control for the next few years. But as they do they do more to inspire the Tea-Party movement than anyone.

    Or the Republicans could have pushed for a Ron Paul agenda and candidates and take over. As he would have been our president had the GOP pushed for him as hard as they did for the Democrat Mitt.

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