User Profile: TRUTHandFREEDOM


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  • [13] January 30, 2015 at 4:43am

    If Mitt followed the factual poetry in motion pattern of his first debate performance and responded as well as that and as in this tweet in the 2nd and 3rd debates, Obama’s failures would be history instead of current events. After that 1st debate it seemed like “game over”. There is a very interesting story about what happened between the 1st debate and the others and I’d like to know what that story truly is.

  • [1] January 28, 2015 at 9:34pm

    The Union label was my first thought. Unions market their high cost as being worth it to get higher quality workers, but as some one who’s belonged to a few union locals, I can tell you that I saw plenty of low quality work from people who should have been fired and who would have if the union didn’t make firing them difficult for the businesses. This story says that it is unknown if this guy was fired because he was a temp and the season was over or if he was a union worker fired for what happened here. It does not actually say that he was a seasonal employee as Larry seems to believe and the free market comes in when we use this story and similar ones to decide whether we should hire UPS or Fed Ex to ship our packages..

  • [2] January 25, 2015 at 7:18am

    It is indeed “a shift in political correctness and tolerance that is geared toward people of faith”, but also a return to Constitutional correctness and principled law that is geared toward defending the rights and liberty for all. The first line of the first amendment establishes that the free exercise of religion exists & shall not be infringed. It also establishes that Congress cannot dictate an official US religion. After decades of past presidents, members of Congress, government officials & citizens attending Sunday Services inside the US Capitol Building & for a while in the US Treasury office with no religion being established & with the free exercise thereof fully realized, the first amendment was literally followed, not violated! THAT is precedent! That is liberty. Thomas Jefferson’s “Separation” statement is used to infringe upon the right of religion on public land, but Jefferson himself attended Sunday services for years in the US Capitol building AFTER writing that. Jefferson himself set the strong, clear precedent that dismantles the modern separation narrative. With a year of calendar days for public displays, left wing groups blatantly bully Christians at Christmas time by making the effort to visually condemn the faith & the celebration of it right alongside Nativity scenes. This is blatant harassment! The ACLU is on the wrong side again. No one is calling for an altar in the oval office, just for liberty as demanded at the start in the Bill of Rights.

  • [9] January 20, 2015 at 6:52pm

    I never understand why we see stories like this across the web describing the creatures, but we are not shown a full creature in the picture.

  • [28] January 18, 2015 at 8:55am

    WOW! I believe that if MSNBC had a policy like this, they’d need to run an apology hour every weekend.

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  • [7] January 17, 2015 at 4:21pm

    This is proof that organized funding by and for individual Americans works far better and much faster than “government action” just as President Grover Cleveland, a Democrat of all things said in the late 1800s when government officials wanted to use government funds to “assist” Texas Farmers who’d been hit hard by drought …… yes, we had droughts in America even before wealth redistributing, over regulating conmen blamed “climate change” for them.
    Cleveland vetoed a bill in 1887 that would have appropriated $10,000 in aid. What Cleveland said was this; “I can find no warrant for such an appropriation in the Constitution; and I do not believe that the power and duty of the General Government ought to be extended to the relief of individual suffering which is in no manner properly related to the public service or benefit. A prevalent tendency to disregard the limited mission of this power and duty should, I think, be steadfastly resisted, to the end that the lesson should be constantly enforced that, though the people support the Government, the Government should not support the people.”
    Cleveland also said “The friendliness and charity of our countrymen can always be relied upon to relieve their fellow-citizens in misfortune.”
    Donations from private American citizens proved him right by raising more than 10 times what the vetoed bill would have provided.

    As James Madison said;
    The government of the United States is a definite government, confined to specified objects. It is not like the state governments, whose powers are more general. Charity is no part of the legislative duty of the government.

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  • [24] January 17, 2015 at 3:36pm

    I find it hard to believe that people like you cannot understand the principles of most commenters here, of the Bible, of the Constitution and of being a nation of laws, not of men. To advance the propaganda that you spew is to display political arrogance over character and morals that people like you claim to have despite living in hostility to Biblical and founding principles. You define YOURSELF, not Blaze commenters.
    May God bless, guide and comfort this family and make some sort of kind and love thy neighbor principled and honest human out of Hormel!

  • [3] January 13, 2015 at 5:29pm

    Impressive and heart warming.

    Be the miracle or at least part of a hopeful series of small ones.

  • [-2] January 13, 2015 at 5:20pm

    Honestly, you can point out the core socialist governing principles of Hitler’s National Socialist Worker’s Party and the communist Soviet Constitution that Stalin ruled with and the Marxist/socialist Democrat party principles with common ground facts and shared anti capitalist/ anti individual rights talking points that they used and have indisputable comments that help people understand big government better. You can also use that to explain why Hitler’s “right wing” is opposite America’s right wing since America’s right wing is small government/big liberty while all of the others mentioned here are big government/less or no liberty. However, using Hitler in one line political comments is always a less effective, low quality point making effort no matter which side tries it. It doesn’t gain allies or make the point as well as pointing out in this case; what Obama DOES make time for while not making time for the unity rally.

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  • [3] January 13, 2015 at 5:04am

    If you want to live in the West, then you want to live where there is free speech and that means that you have to agree to accept free speech, like it or not, just as all of the other people who live in the west and who’ve found many artists’ projects and media print to be highly offensive do.

  • January 8, 2015 at 8:35pm

    He can promise all kinds of collectivist things knowing that this more strongly Constitution aligned Congress will not legislate it and knowing that it will give him self made political tools because this is designed to divide people like his collectivist base farther from supporting Republicans. He’s simply putting new seeds in the Marxist Propaganda garden. Obama is a con man, plain and simple.

  • December 29, 2014 at 5:51am

    I believe that Bush is an establishment candidate who will not fix the damage that so called “Progress” is doing. He echoes some of it! That is understood and disappointing already. If the Republican leadership seriously wants to choose Bush and steer the debate his way through the usual Fox News pundits favoring the moderates and telling us that the ACTUAL Republican principled candidate cannot win, then the leadership still apparently thinks that it’s better to appeal to Democrat Voters than Republican voters & Independents who ARE Independents because Republicans are too Democrat. There are simple and true American principles that Republican voters demand, but are handed moderates/Democrat lite as Republican choices. We are talking about maximum protected liberty through strongly limited government staying within its Constitutionally defined enumerated powers. I believe what John Adams said was correct.
    “ in politics the middle way is none at all.”
    Define and Stand for American liberty and the Constitution in detail!
    If Bush is the candidate, then I expect that Republican voters will vote, but they will simply bypass choosing a president as they seem to have done with Romney, who was a better candidate than Bush and who ran against a very FAR left candidate in Obama. Republican voters want Republican governing and are really fatigued by the status quo. In Bush vs Democrat, enough Liberty voters would again say no vote that we will get another Democrat President.

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  • [2] December 10, 2014 at 7:32pm

    “I have to explain why abortion violates some principle that is accessible to people of all faiths, including those with no faith at all.”
    Here’s how you do that. It is SOMEONE ELSE’s life and NO ONE has a “Right” to end someone else’s life except in defense.

  • [3] December 7, 2014 at 6:39am


    I may try it, but it’s not the issue & it’s not that there is anything wrong with ANY visitor who finds the ad harassment to be a negative. It’s that there are serious issues to overcome for any visitor who just wants to read or watch a related video or who wants to comment without half of their letters not appearing & in the name of GROWTH, it is that the responsibility to resolve these issues truly belongs to the website in this blessed free market capitalist country, not to the visitor. YES, the visitor can download extra software just to visit this site trouble free, but why should THEY & not the website resolve it? It’s a deterrent & a page /return visit reducer, especially for new readers. What would you do if a favorite TV channel acted like this …. freezing, playing alternate audio & images over the program that you are trying to watch? When people learned of ignition switch failures in cars, imagine simply being told by other owners of the same car that YOU just need to get a custom part & install it. The people you refer to as complainers are simply raising the issue. I’d like to see the Blaze acquire many more visitors, but what I & the others are saying is that the site needs to be as welcoming & user friendly as all other sites, with no issues or extra software required. I’m a long time visitor who wants Blaze success to grow, so deterrents must go. More issues = less return visitors = less page visits = less normal ad exposure = less revenue.
    The End.

  • [2] December 6, 2014 at 4:49pm

    OK. Thanks RJ, 4 and East.
    I have been so advised …. and appreciate the info.
    I will ponder the options.

  • [14] December 6, 2014 at 11:25am

    This is one site that behaves differently than the others, except for Breitbart which has auto play issues too and I very rarely visit there anymore only because of that. Should I need to install special software to visit this one site or even two sites and read them? Some of the youtube ads pertain to my interests, so I would prefer to leave them on … and many give me an option to skip the ad. If I have an issue on a wide number of sites, I’ll consider the adware solution, but this site needs a do not call option that leaves ads silent and still until I click on a graphic through my own individual action. I cannot install adware on the work PC and new visitors are surely being put off by the bad experience if they expect this to act like the other websites. I really appreciate what the Blaze offers, but the onslaught of obstacles for someone trying to open pages and simply read just seems like a very bad business model to me.

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  • [62] December 6, 2014 at 7:59am

    It reminds me of an average Blaze visitor’s challenge trying to navigate through the auto play audio and video and pop ups and Microsoft alerts telling us that the page has to close when we visit the Blaze …. or Breitbart.
    After years of expecting the webmasters to make this site more user friendly, I now just visit much less and read Drudge more. I’m also tired of checking in to the Blaze early in the morning and having audio blast out loudly with ads not responding when I try to shut them down (if I can find which one it is) and having to turn my speakers off and later needing to turn them back on when I am on youtube… ! Difficult to read with all of that going on! When I try to watch a Blaze video and a delayed ad starts playing audio louder than the video, that is also a negative. … and no, I don’t want to make special adjustments to settings so that I can visit one website without a barrage of obstacles that I don’t encounter elsewhere. Come on Blaze! Make this site less hostile to visitors! Enough is enough!

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  • [2] December 2, 2014 at 6:45am

    Thinking back, I logged onto the work PC ( a shared PC) and the alert came up, so some one else may have been on the web that morning, but I was on the Drudge site on the pre weekend workday, so that issue report may have posted on the following log on day. Either way, Drudge seems to have been intentionally hit or infected by a link.

  • [6] December 2, 2014 at 5:38am

    My best guess is that it was infected with a worm. On both my home and work PC, the security software isolated/ quarantined a Trojan/worm. I can’t recall the name, but it was something like three letters then_117. swiffi or something like that. I only saw my home system alert me when I went to Drudge and then the Blaze, so I suspected that one or both sites had the issue, but coming to the Blaze first, I didn’t have the issue, so it was the Drudge site. Turning on the work PC on Monday, the alert popped right up without visiting any website and told me that the file was quarantined, probably from before the long weekend. Both of my PCs are fine, but they may be cleaning out Drudge’s site. They’ll be back. Truth never sits down.

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  • [16] November 24, 2014 at 6:05am

    The Democrat Party culture is global.

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