YES. It’s the atheist- ACTIVISTS you have to watch out for. I love sane people.
 November 24, 2015 at 3:32pm
I was driving around the base my husband is stationed at yesterday and they have the Christmas trees and lights out in in full force already. All I kept thinking was, “I hope the Atheists and the ACLU don’t find out about this.”
Funny thing is I'm borderline atheist/ agnostic, yet we still decorate for Christmas full force at my house and I'm the main one doing the decorating! My son is a Christian, my husband was raised Christian but doesn't think about it much either way. Celebrating Christmas and having people say Merry Christmas doesn't bother me at all. Those ACLU atheist types are just whiny crybabies who didn't get what they want growing up or who live miserable lives so they try to force their misery on others. A lot of atheists actually celebrate Christmas or get into the spirit of it at least, I mean look at Rowling, she isn't Christian but she had Happy Christmas in all her books/movies, not Happy Holidays!
The objection to secular decorations, such as trees, is usually just a one off. It's not par for the course.
Well, thats OK. You just tell the atheist they have the rest of the year to celebrate. And if they don't lie it. They can die for their beliefs. Because they are on probation. And we are deciding if and when to fight for theirs. Don't hold back.
And when they say how Christian that sounds. Say to them. There is nothing in the Bible or the faith about being stupid and submitting to an atheist. Plus there is nothing that says people also have to celebrate their religion at the same time. Else, that means Christians will also be allowed to cerebrate their religion when and every time the have an event.
Besides, if they don't like it. Tell them you are only acting like a liberal and a atheist.
It's a good time to consider this one we call Jesus.
Have you become acquainted?
Please search the truth, and be set free. Tomorrow may not come.
 November 24, 2015 at 9:55am
If anyone needs me, I’ll be making pies and cookies in my sleepy little Mississippi town waiting for the new baby to arrive in January. Good timing baby, now we won’t have to be guilted by the grandparents to come visit the 4th largest city in the country for Christmas.
For the last couple of weeks I've been saying that Black Friday would be amy guess for an attack. It is the day that a lot of companies make a large portion of their yearly profits. ISIS shows u at four or five places throughout the US and most people will stop shopping and go home in a panic. I would imagine a lot of looting will take place as well during the panicking.
The massive irony is that ISIS is likely to strike at Progressive Meccas because they get the most media attention. They know that striking at Mayberry and trying to blow up Sheriff Andy won't get much international attention. They want big metro shopping malls with no weapons policies or leftist college campuses with their thousands of unarmed and defenseless leftist snowflakes. Chicago, DC, NY, San Fran, LA, St Louis... terrorists have bullseyes set on dark blue counties because the American Media have a love affair with such cesspools. Still, ISIS is not much of a threat to vast majority of Americans. The biggest threat ISIS poses is the Federal Government's reaction to become a fascist centralized controlled big brother orwellian society (more than it already is) all in the name of security to defend against another ISIS attack.
I know, right? It surprises me that the same people I read 1984 with, the same people who applauded Atlas Shrugged, the same people who tried to 'stick it to the man'... My peers went off to liberal colleges and emerged Sanders supporters. What on earth happened?
 November 20, 2015 at 5:10pm
If it was just for ease of access and common sense it would be one thing, but it according to the mayor (and his comments) this is just one step in their version of the “right direction”.
 November 20, 2015 at 4:58pm
I think the SpongeBob creators were ahead of their time.
Don’t see any problem. To me it is a good idea that anyone can use a vacant bathroom. Does not make sense to have one gender waiting to get in a bathroom while the other gender bathroom goes unused. Don’t think any of the portapotties I have seen are gender specific.
Did I imply there are only two genders? My bad--my dinosaur thinking. I think the university of CA system has about 7 choices--how progressive of them!
 November 20, 2015 at 4:55pm
You need to look up UPS My Choice. It’s kind of amazing. You can reroute, get delivery windows, have it left with a certain neighbor, it can do a lot. We homeschool our kids, but it seems like the UPS man always came by as soon as we walked out the door for sports–and we have thieves for neighbors so it’s come in REALLY handy.
 November 20, 2015 at 4:38pm
 November 20, 2015 at 2:51pm
Yep, my dad is a diehard Texas fan, but he’d have said the same thing. That was an awful loss!
 November 20, 2015 at 12:28pm
It’s because people are getting out of tickets for “inaccuracies” recorded by the officer.
I'd be challenging it. The sentences of B and C read as conditional situations, not requirements. Students must participate in their attendance school, but they aren't required to join a public school team. B and C say "If they X do then these rules apply".
Beyond that, I can't trace this to a state law at all. This is entirely NMAA's doing.
 November 19, 2015 at 5:20pm
I’m confused. Didn’t they already get their way? What are they still protesting? The existence of white people who won’t cry over their white privilege?