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  • April 16, 2014 at 7:09am

    The posted hostility here toward people who are not “hollywood thin” is disturbing. And it really is not accurate to describe all people who do not fit the cultural ideal of fitness as either lazy, gluttonous, or self delusional.

    Actually, genetics do play a major role in body type.

    But forty years ago, the American diet was substantially different. All of our meat and poultry did not come from animals that were fed GMO soy and corn. Soy and corn cause animals to fatten up very quickly. What do you think chemically it does to us by being in all of our foods?

    Also, there is a problem with the modern American diet……way too much wheat! Our modern wheat is radically different — genetically – than what your parents ate. It causes a condition called “wheat belly.” Yet our FDA tells us to have plenty of it every day! The wheat replaces the foods that satiate properly without overeating, such as butter, eggs, meat, and other saturated fats.

    And we are being overwhelmed with pesticides from our environment and on all our food, which are radical hormone disruptors. Hormones play a big role in weight gain, especially in belly area.

    Those facts aside, why would anyone be hostile toward someone who does not match our somewhat sick cultural ideal of fit and thin?

  • April 14, 2014 at 6:08am

    That is the point exactly.

  • April 14, 2014 at 5:51am


    Just because she received the Catholic sacraments as a youth doesn’t make her a practicing Catholic today.

    I abhor her identifying herself as Catholic. She does not live as a Christian in any way. Her whole life is a denial of what Jesus exhorted us to do in His Name in the Gospels.

    Bringing her name up is not an argument since any good Catholic knows she follows satan, not Christ.

  • April 13, 2014 at 6:06am


    The land is in Nevada. The people of Nevada should decide.

    If it is in the best interest of Nevadans to have free grazing rights for its ranchers, then Nevada senators and representatives should be creating the laws that make that happen.

    We live in a democratic republic where states rights are supposed to have precedence over federal power.

    It is the federal government who is freeloading.

  • April 12, 2014 at 7:14am

    I wonder: What if every rancher was given the option 20 or 30 years ago to buy the public domain land they grazed upon, rather than pay a fee for an infinite number of years?

    Most of them would take out any kind of mortgage to guarantee they would not be beholden to a capricious federal government and its power grab.

    And I am sure the land is more than “sand.” I am sure the the feds know the location of every deep mineral deposit under that property.

    The State of Nevada should be administering the land issue, or the county, and the fees should be a local issue.

  • April 12, 2014 at 7:06am

    Ya know I just read comments on a story that was posted on Drudge Report. In those comments, most people tried to blame Obama for this one.

    But this anti-private property, power grabbing has been in the works for decades, and it has been given it impetus and power from every president since George HW Bush, and actually quite a while before him!

    Go to Youtube and type in “Agenda 21 and Property Rights” to find out what is happening here in your free democratic republic!

  • April 12, 2014 at 6:12am


    I am not saying he has legal title to the land.

    And I don’t think he is a felon because I don’t believe the law demanding grazing rights fees is a just law!

    And the BS about the turtle is just an excuse for power grabbing.

    I am asking that you all please go to Youtube and type in “Agenda 21 property rights” and then proceed to read for at least one hour.

    After that, you may look at this story differently.

  • April 12, 2014 at 5:41am


    That quote refers to the time that George began to question the existence of God.
    He was a devout atheist. Denomination had nothing to do with it.

    But to the day he died, he described his experience with the local Catholic community of his youth as loving, charitable, and intelligent.

  • April 10, 2014 at 3:35pm

    Colbert is intelligent and talented.

    On the Tonight Show he will not be playing a comic character like he does on the Colbert report. He will still be funny but not doing satire.

    I watched some in-depth interviews with him this past year. I think he will surprise a lot of folks.

  • April 10, 2014 at 12:33pm


    This is one of the first really public stories of its kind. but it has been happening all over this country for years already.

    It is a testament to how powerful they feel they are that this story is such a national disgrace and the bad news keeps coming.

    Prepare. Good advice.

  • April 10, 2014 at 12:29pm


    His family was using that land to graze for approximately 50 years before the federal government got involved. It was one of FDR’s “New Deal” laws that made it federal land. The New Deal allowed for excessive federal power increase. This land was part of that story.

    But aside from misunderstanding that fact, you are missing the real issue entirely. The government wants ALL the land in that state…except the tiny percentage that is urban.

    Most significantly, the federal government is super-ceding the state’s right to say how it wants the land used! That is messing with the constitution!

    Google Agenda 21 and property rights. Get educated.

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  • April 10, 2014 at 8:55am


    You clearly don’t understand what is at stake here.

    The fees are not what the government is concerned about.

    The fees were charged as a form of control. They also were created as a form of harassment, as a way to get more and more ranchers to concede defeat and to give up.

    The federal govt’s goal is not income through fees, and it is most certainly NOT the survival of the tortoise!

    The goal is to have complete control over all the land. Period.

    Independent, successful agricultural and rural culture has gotta go if AGENDA 21 is to be implemented fully and successfully.

    SIXFRIGATES: Google Agenda 21 and property rights and get educated.

  • April 10, 2014 at 7:26am

    by faith,

    Wow. I usually enjoy your responses for their coherent and concise nature.

    But this time, I must ask, “how is she ignoring her debt?” She is paying it off by having others in the community invest in her future. know…. all that she received from others came from God anyway!

    I am sure if her vocation and calling are sincere, she will serve God all her life and pay her “debts” many times over.

    Other Christians “love their neighbor” enough to give of their own wealth to see her through. That is a cause for celebration.

  • April 10, 2014 at 7:10am


    How do you hold a moonbeam in your hand?

  • April 10, 2014 at 6:59am

    The problem is that the standardized tests are going to reflect the change in curriculum…(oh, sorry! I meant to say “standards!)

    That is why teachers are forced to teach Common Core – because they must teach to a test that they know will be given.

    Not only that, but the testing is going to eventually be online, and the test will be adapted as the tester continues through the test. In other words, if you don’t give the “right” answer to a biased question, it will continue to be given to you until you answer. Students will not be able to pass the test.

    The system is complete. Teachers who don’t comply will not keep it a secret for long.

  • April 8, 2014 at 12:10pm


    Are you referring to the murdered priest? He wasn’t trying to establish Christianity in Syria.

    Christianity has been there for two thousand years.

    But that Jesuit was there as a beacon of hope, a conduit of Christian Sacraments and a celebrant of the Mass. He was there because when he took his vows, he promised to give his life in service to others for God. He lost his life keeping his faith and helping others to keep theirs.

  • April 8, 2014 at 11:59am



    You would think by now the Catholic bashers would be ready to unite to defend ALL Christians being persecuted round the world!

    You are right, Boxhawk. You can’t fix stupid, but I think bigoted and misinformed are always fixable.

  • April 8, 2014 at 11:49am


    Lack of adequate saturated fats and protein WILL affect the concentration and healthy development of kids. But that is not all that is evil about this federally mandated BS.
    It is also getting kids used to a feeling of deprivation. And getting them indoctrinated to a lack of satisfaction and choice.

    It is all wrapped up together – whether it is intentional or not, the result is the same.

  • April 5, 2014 at 6:06am


    You should not engage subjects about which you know very little. You have been indoctrinated yourself if you think you need a master’s degree to teach high school curriculum.

    It is clear you don’t understand how homeschool works.

  • April 2, 2014 at 8:08am

    As a single mom of boys entering into, or in, puberty, I have learned…

    ..when they get out of line, you must be the immovable object. You must be the North Star, the moral compass, and the one who has the final say.

    But not everything has the same weight. Pick your battles.

    Don’t yell, don’t hit. Just ask for respect. Give respect. Help them.. and expect help in return. Give consequences and detail their specific responsibilities.

    The fact is that if a teen doesn’t have enough respect for you to pick up his room on a regular basis (or do other things to help you out) , then you are failing as a parent.

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