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True American66

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  • [41] September 1, 2015 at 2:04pm

    I stand with Kim Davis.

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  • [-15] August 27, 2015 at 4:50pm

    Mr. Beck,…Glenn
    I’ve defended you at every turn. I even understood your trip to the border with teddy bears. I am thankful for your time at Fox that led you to create The Blaze network; it has been a blessing.
    I know you are not thrilled with Mr. trump. I know you don’t like that otherwise level-headed conservatives are flocking to him. I get it, BUT…

    If you are going to start judging a person’s personal relationship with God, I’m going to have to draw a line.
    Mr. Trump might now be what you believe is a “bible follower,” but you have no idea how he worships on of the public eye. I think you need to take a moment to ask yourself if what you just said was very “Christian” of you?

    This is really where the verse “Judge not lest ye be judged” comes into play and I think you may need to pray on that tonight.

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  • [4] August 27, 2015 at 1:34pm

    Me too!….purr, purr, purr.

  • [3] August 27, 2015 at 9:53am

    I know this is a little off topic, but have any of you read about this story? it’s about a Christian man beaten to death in Portland, Maine by 3 Muslims….
    http://www.wnd.com/2015/08/slain-christians-head-allegedly-bashed-by-muslim-refugees/

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  • [12] August 26, 2015 at 1:18pm

    You have to understand that he is nothing more than a sycophantic, life-long fundraiser for the Clinton machine. The Clintons and Bloomberg bought him Virginia. The leftist strongholds of Arlington, Alexandria, and several other counties cost Virginia its soul.

    …did you catch his stupidity? In one breath he says “we need background checks” and in the next he said “…I went through a background check”….YES, that’s because in Virginia, you HAVE to go through one to buy a firearm. It makes me sick to know he is in charge of my once beautiful, freedom-loving state.

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  • [15] August 25, 2015 at 10:49am

    I LOVE Louie!

    …and that’s all I have to say on the subject.

  • [11] August 19, 2015 at 12:58pm

    This is about more than making a profit.

    This is about CONTROL of the coal industry. He will be able to decide who gets coal, how muchh they will pay, and who DOESN’T get coal. This is more dangerous than all of the illegal aliens combined.

    Once he owns coal, we will be at his mercy. Someone better set in soon or it will be too late for us.

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  • [59] August 19, 2015 at 9:17am

    I went to a high school 17 miles outside of Washington, D.C….a far cry from the “deep South” and our mascot was “Johnny Reb” who carried a Rebel Flag.
    We never considered it racist. We considered it a battle flag. Never once did the black students complain about it being racist. They loved it just like we did. We were fighters. We were proud to be Rebels.

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  • [-3] August 17, 2015 at 2:38pm

    I don’t think Glenn is afraid; I think he sees no good reason to give him any more airtime than he already gets.

    What’s Trump going to say to Glenn? He knows Glenn is a serious interviewer and he doesn’t really want to answer the tough questions. He will get flustered when Glenn asks him the tough questions on ALL of his flip-flops and then he will attack. What’s the point?

    …but, it would be good TV. Trump isn’t stupid enough to alienate an entire sector of the base. I think he would decline the interview.

  • [3] August 17, 2015 at 2:34pm

    I was talking about the hard work of entities such as FreedomWorks, The Blaze Network, the 9/12 Project, The Tea Party…all the grassroots Conservative organizations supporting the true cause.

    If not for them, we wouldn’t have a Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Rand Paul, Louie Gohment, Jim Jordan, Jim Bridenstine, Allen West, Joni Ernst, Ted Yoho, Ron DeSantis, Barry Loudermilk, Tom Massie, Tim Huelskamp, Justin Amash, Mark Meadows, Mia Love, Dave Brat…. the list goes on and on. In 2014, 30 of the Tea party’s 48 endorsed candidates won! We can’t change Washington overnight, but if we keep plugging along, we can reinvent it.

  • [39] August 17, 2015 at 1:53pm

    I have wrestled with this…back and forth.

    On the surface, I would never vote for a “The Donald”
    Last week, I posted a comment asking if, after all the hard work of the last 6 years, we are just going to throw it all away on a celebrity president who thinks he can just do whatever he wants without considering the daunting task of actually working with or through Congress….BUT,

    After his immigration proclamation this weekend and Senator Session (whom I greatly admire) endorsing the plan, I must say I’m taking a hard look at Trump now.

    My preference would be Senator Ted Cruz…amazing conservative with the backbone to stand up to the establishment. He has PROVEN his conservativeness time and time again…I guess time will tell the story, won’t it?

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  • [2] August 14, 2015 at 4:21pm

    wildtalents…that’s the whole point. State level “political bosses” are elected by the people they represent. Even if the backroom deals happened, at least the person they sent to the Senate was actually representative of their constituency. Instead, we have states being represented in the Senate by the minority of the voters of their state.

  • [3] August 14, 2015 at 1:53pm

    This is the best post this article could have hoped for.
    Take Virginia for instance. We have two-to-three counties that, because of population density control the entire outcome of our Senators. Barring those tightly packed liberal counties, Virginia would STILL have a conservative lead Congressional delegation and two conservative Senators…instead, we have a state legislature hanging on to a conservative majority with one of the worst cronies in office anywhere today (McAullife, the Clinton fundraiser) and two of the most progressive cronies in the Senate.(Warner and Kaine) They vote in lockstep with whatever the Clinton machine/progressive agenda wants.

  • [2] August 11, 2015 at 4:27pm

    No edit button….

    That should read I don’t believe Americans WOULD be waking up….
    and
    I believe the only conviction Trump has IS that he’s right.

    I can’t believe after all our hard work to find true, principled, convicted conservatives, we are just going to throw it all away for a celebrity apprentice politician. I still support Ted Cruz. I am also willing to look at several others, but this Trump circus is killing the cause of serious reform. How long do you think it would be, after he was elected, before he became frustrated with how Congress works, gets bored with the daily drudgery, and says to hell with…I’m rich, nobody wants to do what I say, so whatever? He can’t just say “you’re fired” to the rest of Congress and I wouldn’t want it that way anyway, would you?

  • [4] August 11, 2015 at 4:13pm

    pboyers….I too have been a constant listener, watcher, and all thing GB for years now. I credit him with waking me up, educating me on things no one else would dare to touch, and for being true to his conviction whether they matched mine exactly or not. I don’t believe Americans wouldn’t be waking up at all without Glenn’s stint on Fox, The Blaze, and his daily broadcast. There wouldn’t be a 9/12 Project, we wouldn’t know what FreedomWorks is, and we certainly wouldn’t know what a Caliphate is either….NOW, with all that said, how could you expect Glenn, Pat, or Stu to support a man that blows in the wind? Who contributed to the people who have caused our downfall for the sake of influence? I was really glad Trump said what he said about immigration. I’m glad he thinks Obamacare is a disaster. I’m glad he is making the GOP’s life as miserable as they have made ours by voting a progressive, Chamber of Commerce agenda, BUT Donald trump is no savior. We MUST look past the sound bites to the core of his convictions. At this point, I believe the only conviction Trump has that he’s right. You’ll notice, he is not willing to tell us HOW he’s going to do anything. He wants us to just trust that he will “take care of it” for us. I don’t appreciate being talked to like I’m a Democrat. I want to know specifics, don’t you? I want to know how he’s going to work with the other 535 elected officials to get things done. I want to READ his plan; I want to see the “contract,” don’t you?

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  • [4] August 10, 2015 at 1:25pm

    I’m a little shocked by the drop in “mainline” & “evangelical” Protestants…everywhere.

    When I was growing up, you were either Protestant or Catholic…and that was pretty much it. “Unaffiliated” was almost unheard of. (and I’m not that old) It’s a different U.S.A., that’s for sure.

  • [11] August 7, 2015 at 1:17pm

    Anyone who was able to muddle through the theatrics and sift out the important points made by the candidates on issues important to running America should have found that…

    Cruz – #1 – by far the strongest conservative on the stage

    …though I liked what several others had to say, none of them changed my mind about who would truly lead America back from the brink.

  • [2] August 7, 2015 at 1:05pm

    …animals.

  • [1] August 6, 2015 at 2:50pm

    Heisendude…Iran is not concerned with “benefiting” from starting a war with us. The Ayatollah and mullahs are only concerned with hastening the return of the 12th Imam. Have you not been paying attention? Their goal IS to start a war that will have “the streets run red with the blood of the infidel” to hasten his return. It’s not about economics, benefits, or rational dialogue. It is about the destruction of all who would not submit to the Sharia.

    Seriously, where have you been?

  • [7] August 6, 2015 at 1:11pm

    That’s how they will detonate an EMP…with a nuclear warhead over our airspace.
    Bolton is right.
    I’m actually shocked that Matt Kibbe left FreedomWorks to get Paul elected.

    Curious times.

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