I know! I was like WHAT? If I wanted to watch cbs national news, I would do so! I choose MeTV (The Rifleman is one of my all time favorites too) because THAT is what I want to watch! They did that Tuesday night, but not last night… let us hope it does not happen again.
October 17, 2013 at 6:19pm
You are definitely not alone. My ‘kids’ are 22, 21 and 19… self sufficient, hard working, critical thinking adults. They tell me stories about their peers and the talks they all have… you are NOT alone. Seems to me, it is the ‘other side’ who is loud and obnoxious, but just because your generation is not vocal, YET, does not mean they are not paying attention :D
October 14, 2013 at 11:46am
WOW. Notice the fantastic, beautiful vehicles in that parking lot?!! So, these ‘shoppers’ are in “need” of food assistance, but they can afford such luxuries as those vehicles!!? Shameful.
After Katrina, nothing but nice import SUVs, luxury sedans, and floating pit bulls chained to porch stoops were left for a few days in the wards, until the people started coming back to see if looters looted their loot. I will never go back to LA or NO.
October 8, 2013 at 3:03pm
Fantastic question. But we still don’t know whose order it was not to help our American heroes in Benghazi, so I don’t expect any answers on this either.
September 7, 2013 at 8:47am
September 4, 2013 at 5:27pm
So, the ‘change’ that was promised must be near completion… if the USofA agrees to this, than our name might as well change too… USA = MBM (muslim brotherhood mob). Our American soldiers blood is not worth ANY amount of money / oil / etc… The elite leadership are TRAITORS not only to the Constitution, but to We the People.
August 27, 2013 at 12:57pm
@ Susie … AMEN!!
August 20, 2013 at 7:05pm
[ “People are looking up when they should be looking forward,” Nothum said, referring to motorists who could have been distracted by the protest. ] … that is NOT the responsibility or accountability of the protestors! All people have an INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY for THEMSELVES and if drivers are not intelligent enough to keep their freakin’ eyes on the road, then that is THEIR problem. ugh, this is just infuriating. The law says we have the right to peacefully assemble, to state grievances, to voice our first amendment right. OH and a festival was going on… and it is always CHAOS in St. Charles even without a festival going on. I live in Missouri and I am getting sick and tired of the ignorance leading the headlines lately. Maybe a rodeo clown should stand on the overpass this coming weekend… cops can get a two for one.
August 16, 2013 at 7:17pm
A couple of weeks ago, my husband and I were sitting in our vehicle in the parking lot of the metro link station waiting for the train that carried a friend to arrive. Police came by and asked many questions as to why we were there and his tone was not helpful or kind, but rather authoritative and accusing. The experience was eye opening. Then, last night at around 1 am we were driving home from a concert (completely sober, etc) and were pulled over. The officer said that my husband was “weaving in his own lane”. He showed ID / insurance and was asked many questions. She then informed us we were free to go, that she was just making sure he was not drunk driving. *sigh* I’m in my mid 40′s and never in my life have I experienced such random police activity (not to mention being pulled over for not wearing a seat belt and the multiple sobriety checkpoints were they ask very personal questions)… almost as if the people are being ‘trained’ to an acceptance of a more prominent police presence. Something just does not seem right. p/s: I’m in Missouri :/
OK, he has been identified and we have proof it was not an angel.
Now, leave the man alone. He gave a gift of mercy, hope and strength to a stranger and left the scene, beings he is a priest, maybe he actually believes the Scripture, saying “do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing” and wanted to keep the action as secret as possible.
August 9, 2013 at 10:16pm
If anyone can’t see the writing on the wall by now, well then, they won’t until it all does fall.
Truthfully, I’m more interested in the HAIR METAL talk that’s going on in this thread! :D
As ‘churches’ continue to water down God’s Truth in order to ‘tickle the ears’ and fill the pews (to collect the money)… individuals are not being fed the meat they need to face the spiritual war that rages on a daily basis. So, this type of story, along with many, many others about the ‘liberalization’ of ‘the church’ boils down to every single individuals personal salvation. That is frightening. People, in general, tend to be followers… and if the person in charge of a church does not lead the flock in God’s Will (and TRUTH) than not only is that person held accountable with blood on their hands, but the people who ‘follow’ that person are held accountable. These are times when the most important thing, is ones personal salvation… nothing else even comes close to mattering as much. When I hear stories such as this one, I grieve for lost souls.
July 26, 2013 at 5:26pm
ooops! “Rand Paul FIRES Back” not Rand Paul ‘First’ Back ;)
I hope Mr. Paul does not back down and allow anyone, republican or not, to deter his principles.
July 17, 2013 at 2:26pm
Polls are lies from our masters telling us how we feel.
July 15, 2013 at 4:48pm
*sigh* OK, I’ll play…
#IamOther = a Christ following, conservative, female.
Does that count? Do I ‘win’ anything? HA! I don’t want what this world has to offer anyway.
March 17, 2013 at 5:55pm
“Why is it that the murder of unborn babies is so sacred to the left?” … because they are performing a ‘sacred’ sacrifice to their ‘god’. “Enlightened” liberals are just plain evil.
June 19, 2012 at 6:04pm
I was just considering yesterday whether to replace our current Turkey Dogs with these… for me, high quality cuts of meat (without the bits and pieces that those other cheap dogs have in ‘em) and no artificial flavors, colors, preservatives, etc… is what is important. I eat the Turkey dogs, but, am thinking these would be ‘healthier’ and after reading comments, seems they are very tasty too!
October 14, 2011 at 7:00pm
The 33 minute movie named 180 is fantastic… well worth the time to view!