User Profile: TRUTHandFREEDOM


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  • [3] June 28, 2014 at 5:49pm

    The reason that the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution did not bring an end to slavery is because it could not be done. The first priority was to secure the union. Southern States would not unite if it meant abolition.
    This was Lincoln’s first priority as well; to preserve THE UNITED STATES of America. The union.
    If you read Lincoln’s speeches prior to his presidency, you’ll see that he opposed slavery and obviously The Republican party was established by abolitionists, but Constitutionally, Lincoln KNEW that he could not END slavery, only limit and hold down expansion. The great uprising of the South was his historic opportunity and he used it. What Lincoln didn’t believe was that the freed slaves and those who enslaved them could live as equals in the same society. There was clearly GREAT animosity between them and the Democrats’ “White man’s union” and the Klan proved his beliefs to be correct. He probably expected that war to be 2 sided, as would I, but it was one sided Klan attacks on black citizens (Republicans) and Klan attacks on white black citizen supporters (Republicans). Since the Confederate States of America outlawed the release of any slaves by any Confederate state, their claim of “States Rights” rang hollow.

  • [2] June 27, 2014 at 6:42pm

    By the way … implies? The Church of England is an established religion. Not an implication. The established religion has Law against it. Where is the law against perceived implication?

  • [3] June 27, 2014 at 6:40pm

    “Court after court has ruled that’s not allowed.” I know!!
    Show me THE LAW – THE LEGISLATION that says that it is not allowed. Government employees have no law that says they cannot exercise their religion.

  • [1] June 27, 2014 at 6:27pm

    Was a religions “ESTABLISHED” by Congress? NO. Where is the legislation that prohibits the free exercise of religion …. the one that supposedly says that separation of church and state means no religion on public land. THIS is why Democrats worry so much about “Precedent” in case law when selecting Supreme court justices. Previous judges ruled on non existing law that there can be no religion in schools or government property and Democrats don’t want a REAL judge to take that garbage to the curb. We are continually forced to uphold a law that does not exist. Decades of Sunday Services in the US Capitol building and article 3 of the Northwest Ordinance make that case. The first Congress opened session, went to Washington’s inauguration, went to church and then went back and closed the session of Congress. No Religion was established. There are so many ways to prove the Progressive redefinition and fictional separation legislation wrong, but TRUTH isn’t winning? WHY?

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  • June 26, 2014 at 5:50am

    Personally, I think that the lawsuit is a spotlight on Obama’s endless over reaching and a spotlight is needed because he is most likely going to go for some extensive over reaching in the last years of his final term. It’s up to the Republicans to make this an American issue and not a political action. The founders put each branch of government in a box that is meant to be guarded by the other branches and the people. They separated powers to keep the people free and to give the people time to make adjustments to the government. The lawsuit is separation of powers at work. There are few options in limiting the actions and power reaches of a man who disregards American legislation and the Constitution, but Michele Bachmann is definitely correct in calling for Congress to use the power of the purse to stall attempts by the executive branch to over reach.

  • [30] June 25, 2014 at 5:30am

    There is MUCH more that Stewart could point out, mock, ridicule and hammer, but he seemed to address this softly and only because it is too big not to, while still declaring Obama innocent, which is highly questionable considering the even more questionable disappearance of evidence that allows us to determine that either way.

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  • [3] June 23, 2014 at 10:03pm

    Not sure I’d watch a movie with Ashley Judd in it. I can’t believe that she’d even play a woman who keeps her clothes on, but still, she’s like negative marketing in my book.

  • [2] June 23, 2014 at 9:56pm

    He’s always been one of my favorite actors too. Highly talented and able to become very different characters with great conviction and believability. Not given much recognition compared to lesser talented outspoken libs, but his performances always speak highly for themselves.

  • June 22, 2014 at 7:01pm

    After the guy sleeps it off, he’s going to want to know what happened to his face. At least he has a way to find out.

  • [-1] June 22, 2014 at 6:55pm

    Did you see the guy’s face hit the pavement?! THAT’s gonna leave a mark!

    This is disappointing. I expected MUCH better behavior from this crowd. I’ve been to hard rock and metal concerts in NYC, NJ and Philly and saw NOTHING like this! A country concert in fly over country? I expected some fine examples of self governing here ….. Buuuut NOooooooo! They make it look like the Obama inauguration just took place again!

  • June 22, 2014 at 6:41pm

    Seriously! It reminds me of the scene after the 10-10-10 One Nation Rally! These pictures echo those.

  • [15] June 20, 2014 at 6:28pm

    I saw Nugent live in 1980 or 81 (Madison Square Garden) and 1985 (Continental airlines arena – NJ Meadowlands). He was a seriously impressive rock guitarist then. He’s much better now. When he plugs in, he means business! Always did.
    As far as rock bassists go, Kris Novoselic is really solid when he’s not throwing his bass in the air and having it hit his head. The musician difference between these guys, besides playing different instruments is that Kris Novoselic plays in a way that makes you feel it, but Nugent plays in a way that DEMANDS YOUR ATTENTION!
    Lyrically, I;ve often found both to be a letdown, but for me, it’s about the music.
    Nuge is a front line patriot and I will always appreciate that.

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  • [1] June 20, 2014 at 5:20am

    What’s going on with this website? Internet explorer cannot seem to process it on the several PCs that I use. Firefox seems ok.

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  • June 16, 2014 at 6:07am

    Don’t forget that Perry also said “I don’t know” and then discussed self governing.

  • June 16, 2014 at 6:03am

    Perry is talking about a lost art to many Americans.
    He’s talking about SELF GOVERNING.
    That is all that he is saying.
    Self governing covers ALL aspects of life.
    Free will vs conscience, morals, virtue & character. That applies to all on all issues.

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  • [6] June 14, 2014 at 6:29pm

    Was the team not named Redskins for celebratory reasons? That’s what a previous Blaze article reported.

    If that is indeed the case, then I think that the owner should go on a PR offensive to shut down the PC dictators and call them out for being dictatorial and worse, being dictatorial on a foundation of ignorance.

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  • [1] June 12, 2014 at 4:52pm

    Does God change his laws? Does divine law change? Does God’s law “evolve”? Do Biblical principles evolve? No.
    SO just to be clear, to Hillary, “Progress” is a change in adherence to God’s law.

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  • June 11, 2014 at 5:00pm

    Will is outnumbered. This is common media. This and an untaught American population is how leftist agendas dominate.

    Truth and logic cannot fly when emotions, distortions and false premise are shutting down the runway.

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  • June 5, 2014 at 5:50am

    How Progressive of her! This is FAR over the line. This woman must be removed from her job at the school. If she has no bearing to see how inappropriate and offensive this was, she should not be paid by taxpayers to instruct or lead our children. This rises FAR above the Sterling improper comment, but will not receive anywhere near the level of news coverage.

  • [1] June 4, 2014 at 5:50pm

    Is the Blaze being hacked lately or is it overloaded with annoying auto play ads, pop ups and graphics? It is FRUSTRATING trying to read the stories on this site lately and the auto play ads are really annoying.
    I’ve had problems with this site on several computers for quite some time. Today seems to be an extra difficult day to read it. A few months ago, I could open many pages that I wanted to read and go through them. Now, I can’t read ONE without a problem and freeze up. My expectation is that the usual left wing agenda minions are at work here. If so, Finding them and incarcerating them would make GREAT HEADLINES. However, in the event that it’s actually from overloaded content and ads, please fix this! On ie and Firefox, same problem. Whatever the story is, Long Live THE BLAZE. NO surrender. Liberty Matters.
    I’ll make time to read through the obstacles!

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