User Profile: TRUTHandFREEDOM

TRUTHandFREEDOM

Member Since: September 01, 2010

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  • April 17, 2015 at 6:41pm

    Metal_Unlimited
    Let’s take your anti religion & misogynistic sideshows out of this & just look at American Principles, Facts & rights, especially property rights. Some will dispute the time, but clearly, someone else’s LIFE arrives some time after conception. I don’t believe that a woman has the “right” to end someone else’s life. She is not the owner of that property, of that life or of the complete set of TRUE RIGHTS that are attached to some one else’s life. It is IN her body. It is NOT her life. It is NOT HER body! She has parental rights. The life is the property of someone yet to be born. All rights that come with that life belong to someone yet to be born. To end a life is murder. It is destruction of property. It is complete denial of rights. Women have rights as do men. They have free will & make decisions. NO ONE should have to lose their life, physical structure & all of their rights because a woman doesn’t want the responsibility that came as a result of what she did with her TRUE rights and liberty. Abortion is murder, not birth control & murder is no one’s “right”. Now you can bring debate on the issues of rape and on when it is to save the life of the mother, but I personally don’t believe that rights are generated by victim-hood. . When the mother’s own life is in danger and there is no way to save both lives, then I believe that the mom herself needs to make that decision. It is between her & God and I don’t envy the burden of having to make that decision.

  • [-1] April 17, 2015 at 6:07am

    I was actually referring to abortion when I commented on the destruction of millions of lives and of each and every right attached to those lives including the PROPERTY that IS that life, flesh & blood, but the Democrat Party is also destructive to many lives through their Voter Containment System that maintains status quo and dependency upon their control and expansions of government. Again, True American and Jude o Christian principled people should just remain calm and level headed, take the money and donate it to Jude o Christian/American principled efforts that work to correct the fundamental transformation of the United States of America. Speak out and lead. Use the voice, the money and the vote.

  • [2] April 17, 2015 at 5:27am

    First 3 thoughts?;
    1. Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.
    2. Love thy neighbor as thy self.

    3. Lead by example, take payment, donate to a church.

    While I do clearly relate to the sentiments of the letter, I do not agree with denying service to anyone on something like an auto repair because of their personal beliefs and practices.
    With the bar that high, I would have to deny service to Democrats because they intentionally advocate, advance and fund, with redistributed Taxpayer money, the destruction of millions of lives and of each and every right attached to those lives including the PROPERTY that IS that life, flesh & blood!. They have a stated practice of coveting their neighbor’s goods to redistribute. … for starters.

    I do understand those who refuse to help participate in an event that their faith says is a sin, but a plain vehicle repair doesn’t meet that bar.
    If the vehicle was covered in graphics that promoted an event that was religiously offensive, then I would side with the mechanic asking the owner to take it elsewhere.

    I can see a time coming when we will have a trend in businesses visually declaring themselves (with graphics) as Christian or secular businesses. I can see those secular businesses being run with no activism from a tolerant, liberty minded Christian public, but I would expect wrongly named “liberal” community organizers to intolerantly protest inside & outside of Christian businesses. That is where “Progress” can easily take us.

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  • [27] April 7, 2015 at 9:41pm

    Krauthammer I a very wise man and Rand Paul’s foreign policy IS closer to Obama’s than any other candidate, BUT it isn’t close to Obama’s foreign policy AND the Fox Pundits historically, largely line up behind the most wishy washy Republican candidate available. The worst likely contender will be Jeb Bush, who will stand out for having the most policies aligned with the Democrat Party and Left Wing “Progress” and I’ve already seen some FNC people side with him over conservative/libertarian/TEA Party voices.

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  • [4] March 29, 2015 at 1:21pm

    Well now I guess I suspect the motives and principles of Angie’s List. That is a two way street! It is even more suspicious since they feature a cross wearing woman in their ads …. but somehow oppose the rights protection of the faithful in a big enough way to relocate that investment in IA.
    Something stinks there.
    They want to appeal to and take money from the faithful, but don’t see an issue with recurring and potential infringement of their rights. I can read customer reviews elsewhere … FOR FREE!

  • [4] March 29, 2015 at 12:58pm

    Mike Pence is American President material.He was impressive in Congress and is as governor. He has shown his awareness to media/Alinsky tactics and his ability to stay out of their sewer. I remember seeing him speak at the massive 9-12-09 TEA Party rally that stretched from the Capitol building to the Washington Monument where he was so inspired to see what he referred to as “the cavalry”. He is definitely a contender if he decides to run.

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  • [49] March 29, 2015 at 12:44pm

    Journalism is absent here. This is simply a professional Alinsky activist trying to isolate a premise for spin. Has George ever worried about blue legislation making it legal for activists to force the faithful to act against their religious beliefs? I don’t know of any example of that!

  • [1] March 28, 2015 at 3:53pm

    I honestly thought that was Rosie O’Donnell in the back and the headline was mocking her!

  • [1] March 18, 2015 at 6:00am

    WHERE is the “Rights Infringing Legislator Replacement Act”?

    WHERE is the ” Infringed Rights Correction Act”?

    WHERE is the “Restore The Blessings Of Liberty Act”?

    WHERE is the “American Principle and Constitution Compliance Act”?

    WHERE is the “Bill Of Rights Educational PSA Act”?

    WHERE is the “Alternate Form Of Governing Rejection Act”?

    WHERE is the “Return All Legislating Powers to Congress and make them do their job Act”?

    WHERE is the “Agencies & Commissions cannot legislate Act”?

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  • March 18, 2015 at 5:37am

    Yahoo! has been trying to get users to provide their cell number for YEARS!
    I never trust it.
    I don’t need or want to assist the expansion of the big brother and data collection tool box any more than I already do. I have an account, a password and a list of individual passwords for each page that I log into.

    SELF GOVERNMENT!

    PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY!

    INDEPENDENCE!

  • March 10, 2015 at 5:58am

    And this year’s Benedict Arnold award goes to … well it’s still early and unfortunately, more dirt bags like this seem to be in the news every month, but how much of an outcast do you need to make yourself before becoming what he has become?!

    This guy needs to stay locked up. How off the rails can you get?
    Motive and confessed intent are clear.

    Disgusting.

  • [2] March 10, 2015 at 5:25am

    I read the story. Didn’t watch the video.
    Generally speaking, this guy Nixon put himself out there knowing what would develop. Sure, some people automatically freak out in intolerance when they see firearms and cannot see the benefits of them, but others are more level headed and still think that a guy like this is worthy of mentioning to the police, especially when it comes to seeing the guy hanging around a school. It is then the police department’s job to investigate and among the reasons that we HAVE police departments.
    On the face of this story, Nixon intended to make a point in defense of rights, but did it in a way that assists the pattern of rights infringement rhetoric that comes from Democrats. The rights infringement rhetoric drivers need the people who demand adherence to the Bill of Rights and protection of our God given rights in general to look unstable.
    I don’t think that Nixon is unstable because of this, but there are only two options here that I can see;
    1. He is only focused on defending the rights and denouncing opposition to them and doesn’t seem to have an understanding of the political opposition tool that he makes of himself.
    OR
    2. He IS actually a believer in rights infringement and intends to create a political opposition video tool.

  • [3] March 9, 2015 at 6:38pm

    If a worthy write in candidate rises, I’d suggest that we all send him or a her a few bucks each to help fund the printing and mailing of campaign literature.

  • [129] February 27, 2015 at 6:30pm

    There is ONE thing that I like a lot about it. It gives greater emphasis to the STATES.
    A Progressive Flag will only have one star for the collective while this design amplifies that there are 50 separate governments under this flag. With all of that said, I do not wish to change our current flag.

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  • [43] February 17, 2015 at 4:52am

    The problem is not the heritage,neighborhoods or arms. The problem is that there is a rejection of American principles where a violent culture grows. People (ethnicity irrelevant) who reject the principles of the USA & of liberty (Which equate to Jude o Christian Principles) were TAUGHT to reject these principles for left wing political purposes.Our founders understood it clearly. Property Rights. Thou Shall not steal or covet thy neighbor’s goods. Love thy neighbor as thyself. This means that the fruits of your neighbor’s labor are not yours. Respect that. Live with virtue, create less of a burden for yourself. Do not pass your burdens, especially self created burdens onto the wallets of neighbors. Seek charity if necessary & Provide it yourself through personal time, effort and YOUR money. The “collective” is theft when mandated & dictated upon your neighbors. Great amounts of wealth are voluntarily transferred from free individuals who are rich, middle class and poor to charities and churches. That is for the needy. Local government is the last stop for assistance. The Federal government? It’s powers are few and defined. Redistribution of wealth is not one of them. Personal theft efforts is also redistribution of wealth and does not respect your neighbor’s life, liberty or property. As James Madison said, a man has a property in his rights and a right to his property. As Ben Franklin said, those who are corrupt in their manners are in more need of masters.

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  • [2] February 17, 2015 at 4:51am

    The problem is not the heritage or the neighborhoods or the arms. The problem is that there is a rejection of American principles where the violent culture grows. People (ethnicity irrelevant) who reject the principles of the USA & of liberty (Which equate to Jude o Christian Principles) were TAUGHT to reject these principles for left wing political purposes.Our founders understood it clearly. Property Rights. Thou Shall not steal or covet thy neighbor’s goods. Love thy neighbor as thyself. This means that the fruits of your neighbor’s labor are not yours. Respect that. Live with virtue, create less of a burden for yourself. Do not pass your burdens, especially self created burdens onto the wallets of neighbors. Seek charity if necessary & Provide it yourself through personal time, effort and YOUR money. The “collective” is theft when mandated & dictated upon your neighbors. Great amounts of wealth are voluntarily transferred from free individuals who are rich, middle class and poor to charities and churches. That is for the needy. Local government is the last stop for assistance. The Federal government? It’s powers are few and defined. Redistribution of wealth is not one of them. Personal theft efforts is also redistribution of wealth and does not respect your neighbor’s life, liberty or property. As James Madison said, a man has a property in his rights and a right to his property. As Ben Franklin said, those who are corrupt in their manners are in more need of masters.

  • [18] February 16, 2015 at 8:46pm

    I already left BOTH of those states!
    I’d love to see an amendment that says “A legislator who authors or votes for legislation that stands against the Constitution , including its original 10 amendments, SHALL be removed from office without delay and not eligible for any government employment or lobbying interaction. A Judge who rules against original intent of the Constitution , including its original 10 amendments, SHALL be removed from office without delay and not eligible for any government employment or lobbying interaction., New amendments not prohibited.”

  • [2] February 11, 2015 at 6:23pm

    I’ve been a musician for decades, in and out of bands, bars, clubs, auditoriums, parks, piers and studios and I’ve heard a lot of good, great and cringe causing – vocalists and singers – (There is a difference) and all that I can say is that this girl’s voice is simply awesome. The emotion, tone and character of her voice is really something that connected with me as a listener with some musical background and appreciation. I have always liked a wide range of music from John Lee Hooker/ BB / Albert King to Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, to Badlands to Dream Theater and the old crooners of the 40s and 50s always hit the spot around Christmas Time. Some of the Country singers are impressive to me as well. In this girl’s voice, I hear the easy ability to stand in the middle of that and be impressive in her own right with the right songs. She may be like me, passionate more about being a musician than an entertainer, but I encourage her to record some songs and try some open mic nights and see what she thinks of it. Maybe post a few live performance song clips on youtube and put the CD or just song downloads up for sale on CDBaby.com. BE sure to copyright and publish your own songs or get the rights to sing cover songs.

  • [3] February 10, 2015 at 5:06am

    Yes, but doesn’t it seem as though humanity dropped the ball by not figuring this out centuries ago?

  • [3] February 5, 2015 at 9:56pm

    I like Constitution Party and Freedom Party.

    It is important to have both a name that defines what we stand for and defines what the left is against.

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