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TRUTHandFREEDOM

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  • [4] September 1, 2015 at 5:42am

    SO IT’S TRUE!

    They DO believe their own BS!

    The people that the Democrats call extremists simply want documented TRUE American governing “to secure the blessings of liberty”. The Left does NOT.

    The TEA Party asks for nothing extreme. It calls for true American accountable governing. The END!
    Modern accusations of communism against the left are based on their own words and actions.
    Karl Marx “My object in life is to dethrone God and destroy Capitalism”.

    Modern Democrat politicians echo this and legislate it.

    Obama -” “Salvation is collective” “Redistribute the wealth”, “Fair Share” “Capitalism doesn’t work” “If you’ve been
    successful, . If you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that.” ” I
    chose my friends wisely … the Marxist professors”. Obama personally
    lists Frank Marshall Davis, an American communist party member who had a
    large FBI file as one of his primary mentors

    Hillary Clinton “Don’t let anybody tell you that it’s corporations and
    businesses that create jobs” “And deep-seated cultural codes, religious
    beliefs and structural biases have to be changed”

    Maxene Waters (D) – “.. and guess what THIS liberal would be all about.
    THIS liberal would be all about socializing …. uh .. uh .. would be
    about…. basically taking over and the government running all of your
    companies”.

    Jim Wallis -Obama’s former Whitehouse “religious” advisor – “The Bible teaches socialism”
    AL Sharpton – WH Advisor – “We want equal stuff in everybody’s houses”

    OBAMACARE

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  • August 31, 2015 at 5:45am

    Impressive collection of facts. Thank You.

    It reminds me of two quotes;

    “On every question of construction carry ourselves back to the time when the Constitution was adopted, recollect the spirit manifested in the debates and instead of trying what meaning may be squeezed out of the text or invented against it, conform to the probable one in which it was passed.” – Thomas Jefferson

    “Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.” – John Adams

    Of course, there is no indication that the Constitution as written would affect a Supreme Court ruling.

  • [-1] August 29, 2015 at 2:37pm

    Said the liberal media before the 2010 and 2014 elections.

    As someone who stepped up and got involved in campaigning for TEA Party candidates to get to victories that we all saw, I can tell you that the GlennBeckians were front and center AND that the establishment didn’t take kindly to the assistance!

    THIS election is FAR from over.

    Trump may turn out to be the TEA Party issue checklist’s solver, but we are more confident in TED. Let’s work for liberty.

  • [2] August 29, 2015 at 10:34am

    I am surprised at how many comments went straight to the gutter.

    My first thoughts were …. Isn’t that made of metal? Isn’t the sun and mechanical operation of the unit making some intense heat up there?

    I kind of pictured sponge Bob under the heat lamp near the end of the first movie.
    Yes, I am a Parent. No I don’t watch Sponge Bob without child supervision.

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  • [9] August 29, 2015 at 2:38am

    With all due respect, PLEASE Change this website FIRST and then change the world!
    Am I the only one who tries to read the Blaze on a PC and constantly gets page crashes with numerous alerts saying

    “Warning: unresponsive plugin.
    Shockwave may be busy, or it may have stopped responding. You can stop the plug in now or you can continue to see if the plug in will complete.
    Continue …. Stop plug in ”

    ?????

    “Warning: Adobe Shockwave Unresponsive.”

    It takes considerably longer to read a page like that and it has occurred for years, unaddressed.
    This i7 PC has been fully reloaded recently with multiple browsers. No issues. The BLAZE website has issues. It is worse if I am writing a comment. If I log out, it is also better. What is the deal? I actually wrote this comment in a separate program so that it takes less than a minute instead of more than 10.

    I need to use a separate program to write a comment and paste it to the Blaze page.
    Please get all of the shockwave garbage off of your pages BLAZE!

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  • [5] August 28, 2015 at 5:24am

    Or … They could ALL be guilty. I have been casually following the story. Time will tell.

    “There is but one straight course, and that is to seek truth and pursue it steadily.”- George Washington

  • [6] August 28, 2015 at 5:05am

    The decline of morals, virtue, self governing responsibility and character have greatly declined in the USA, led by the left wing narrative and Democrat Party legislation, polices, narratives and assistance. Why? Because a more screwed up population needs more micromanagement and assistance and Democrats sell the narrative that it is they who “care the most” to address that, but its all about controlling the wealth & the people. It is about Progressively giving government more power and Democrats more expanded government to populate until we achieve a fully socialist government that PROGRESSIVEly replaces our Constitutional Republic. No Revolution. Progressive Progress. That is what Progressivism is. And while the misinformation from a false unemployment number tells us that unemployment is down, the people in the ACTUAL economy with only part time or two jobs or no jobs and no ability to collect unemployment insurance tells so many individuals that the economy is clearly still pathetic. Pathetic economies always bring the same results. Many people face very high stress, anger, poverty and we see increases in violence and other crime and it leads MANY people who were not taught and who do not hold American Principles to support the SOCIALIST ideas put forth by the Democrat Party, previously marketed as a “war on Poverty”, but actually just plain old socialism & what we see in neighborhoods exclusively governed by Democrats for 50 years is the historic result of socialism.

  • [10] August 28, 2015 at 4:39am

    Polite conversation, with all due respect is what we have received for years while results from elected majorities have gone against what polite conversation promised the electorate.

    Ted Cruz seems to me to be the best response that the people can give to address the failures.

  • [2] August 27, 2015 at 5:17pm

    Many times, it really looks to me like we’re all being played by one big party as in
    Democrats: Ok Republicans. You throw the election with weak candidate performance this time and we’ll do some big Hollywood production stuff and win.
    Republicans: OK. We’ll look strong at first and then back it down.
    Democrats: OK. Next time, we’ll have high baggage candidates and you put some dramatic hot button pusher out there. Do and say whatever. Our side will look so bad it won’t matter.

    Kind of like the Detective show classic good cop bad cop, but it’s not good/bad. It’s bad/worse. The 10th amendment is ignored Progressively and the education system doesn’t teach about America’s founding or the principles of liberty.

    No one governs AMERICAN. It’s just variation of Europe lite.

    But then are candidates like Cruz, Fiorina dn Carson who give me hope along with a small number of people in Congress. As I understand it, CNN and the RNC are using polls from before the last debate to choose the 10 for the next debate, which would keep Fiorina out. More games. Pathetic. Fiorina must be there with Cruz and Carson.

  • [8] August 27, 2015 at 4:58pm

    And the networks will be leading with this tonight, right?

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  • [13] August 27, 2015 at 4:12am

    The criminal HAD a background check and it was clear because he was an undocumented rookie criminal.
    It happens.

    Clearly, he was egged on by the Left Wing narrative and BLM narrative because he spouts it in his fax.
    That is where the focus needs to be.

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  • [1] August 26, 2015 at 5:33pm

    Teach PRINCIPLES. Teach values, founding PRINCIPLES, virtue and morality to each level of education by teaching actual founding history. Teach what the founders said and advocated and why. That is simple history as in the transfer of information.

    No religion will be established. Americans will grow to understand their responsibilities in American society and most will grow to help “secure the blessings of liberty”.

  • [3] August 26, 2015 at 5:25pm

    ‎The ONE characteristic that all criminals possess is disrespect of and failure to follow law. To infringe the rights of 320 million people as a solution to that is like banning sugar because some people get diabetes. That is no solution.

    John Jay –“ It certainly is very desirable that a pacific disposition should prevail among all nations. The most effectual way of producing it, is by extending the prevalence and influence of the gospel. Real Christians will abstain from violating the rights of others”. Letter to John Murray (12 October 1816)

    ‎ John Jay – “We perceive that a great breach has been made in the moral and physical systems by the introduction of moral and physical evil; how or why, we know not; so, however, it is, and it certainly seems proper that this breach should be closed and order restored. For this purpose only one adequate plan has ever appeared in the world, and that is the Christian dispensation. In this plan I have full faith. Man, in his present state, appears to be a degraded creature; his best gold is mixed with dross, and his best motives are very far from being pure and free from earth and impurity. Letter to Lindley Murray (22 August 1774), as published in The Life of John Jay (1833) by William Jay, Vol. 2, p. 345.

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  • [4] August 26, 2015 at 5:44am

    That reporter was extremely rude and obnoxious.
    However, on his subject of illegal immigration, I think that all candidates should meet these ground rules:
    If the border is not permanently secured by something solid (because a future Progressive president would be easily able to reduce non physical border security and if he removes a wall, it would be visible) ….. If the border is not permanently secured by something solid and verifable …… if there is no permanent legislative action that says that anyone who travels to or who has traveled to the USA without proper visas and passports and who does not leave or has not left before the end of their authorized visitation period can never under any circumstances legally vote in the USA …… if there is no permanent law that states that any one who is not a citizen who is caught voting shall be immediately and permanently deported … If any newly authorized citizens are not taught the founding principles vs the history of results from following socialism, then what is presented is NOT an immigration plan that solves our ongoing problem so … NO SALE! To me, That basic criteria must be met BEFORE we even discuss temporary worker status for anyone or citizenship for people born in the USA to illegal immigrant parents.

  • [1] August 26, 2015 at 5:10am

    I used to be very impressed with Kelly’s style, but she was out of line with the “on her knees” question in the debate which is obvious when you you hear what she was referring to in context. I watched this last evening and she was pushing Cruz, who lives in the real world to make a promise that he might find that he is not able to keep later. It was a gotcha question. I am not a Trump supporter right now, but again, the way that Kelly also described the earlier scene with the reporter getting kicked out was NOT accurate. I had watched it live as it happened. The reporter was being extremely obnoxious. Trump told him several times to wait his turn because he had already called on another reporter. The obnoxious reporter arrogantly continued to interrupt. Trump continually told the guy to sit down and wait. Security removed the guy. As Kelly told the story, pressure from other reporters led to Trump bring the obnoxious guy back. I didn’t see any pressure coming from other reporters. A couple of them calmly asked Trump if the guy should be kept out and Trump said that he doesn’t mind if the guy comes back, but he needs to act respectfully, like the other reporters were doing. Again, Trump and Reporters are the story. I’d really like to see Trump commit to honoring and restoring government to honoring the 10th amendment. His promises sound like he might not respect it.

  • August 25, 2015 at 5:24am

    Trump campaigns in the gutter. He cannot represent the USA going around calling women that he doesn’t like a Bimbo. That is not presidential. I expect a president to show honor and and class and make his case respectfully, no matter what. He can be sharp and to the point. That is great. However, this bimbo comment keeps the bar lower than it should be. I want him in the race now to draw viewers and provide a larger audience to the other candidates, but I’d like to see him get out of the race before voting starts. The TV viewing audience expands with Trump involved because he draws that reality TV crowd in and they get to see and hear from the other candidates and the Left Wing Media is absorbed with his every word and his delivery of TV ratings, so that has diminished the usual tear down of the usual likely candidate scenario and maybe between that and the very high number of candidates, that is the strategy of the Republican Party, but as far as Trump himself goes, his comments are high school level, even though his governing desires connect with a lot of people. He does have company in those desires among the other candidates, but we need to choose who will be the most passionate about resolving those issues. To me, Cruz, Fiorina and Carson are the top 3. No matter what Bush or Kasich say, I think that they have 1 or 2 specific issues that they are passionate about and the glaring border issue is not going to be fixed by them. No sale there.

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  • [7] August 24, 2015 at 4:43am

    It’s more like this:
    From George Washington’s 1st inaugural address; “The propitious smiles of Heaven can never be expected on a nation that disregards the eternal rules of order and right which Heaven itself has ordained”

    No hatred there.

  • [4] August 24, 2015 at 4:32am

    I do believe that the visible hatred and intolerance posted lies in YOUR comment Travis. Keep your narrative. It is useless against truth.

  • August 23, 2015 at 4:09pm

    Many wanted no slaves counted. There was HOT debate as some in the south wanted slaves to be both property AND counted as citizens & the Constitution could not be completed without an agreement, but the abolitionist founders at the Constitutional Convention were pretty irate.

    American founder Elbridge Gerry of Massachusetts asked “shd the blacks, who were property in the South, be in the rule of representation more than the cattle & horses of the North?” His argument was that people are people and property is property and they cannot be both.

    Counting 3/5 of the slaves still added enough representatives to South Carolina and Georgia that those states were able to send more Representatives to Congress than some anti-slavery states. Founding father Gouverneur Morris argued “Upon what principle is it that slaves shall be computed in the representation? Are they men? Then make them citizens and let them vote! But the admission of slaves into the representation comes to this: that the inhabitant of Georgia and South Carolina who goes to the coast of Africa and – in defiance of the most sacred laws of humanity – tears away his fellow creatures from their dearest connections and damns them to the most cruel bondage, shall have more votes in a government instituted for the protection of the rights of mankind than the citizen of Pennsylvania or New Jersey who views with a laudable horror so nefarious a practice.”

  • August 23, 2015 at 3:56pm

    Libspeak TV hosts and anchors repeatedly question a stated or previously clear opinion to waste time that could be used to discuss other issues and positions. Carson lets them have their game and makes the host look ignorant, but I’d like to see Carson push into other issues such as the Planned Parenthood videos that are more of a backseat story on those programs.

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