User Profile: TRUTHandFREEDOM


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  • April 12, 2014 at 10:09pm

    Devout? Wouldn’t he have to live by the teaching of the faith to be devout? It doesn’t mean going to Church and celebrating the holidays. It means LIVING Catholic. Devout Christian means LIVING Christian. Devout anything means living by its terms. Colbert seems to be far off the Devout track.

    SIDE NOTE, Why is it that when using the ie browser, I cannot go back and fix a misspelled word before I post without the entire post disappearing?

  • April 11, 2014 at 6:03am

    The absolute skill and clarity in Greta’s questions and timing are absolutely phenomenal. She always exhibits that high level of intelligence, but was exceptionally sharp for this interview. The Republicans could learn a lot from her about how to use the truth against opposition in debates and election ads, but the Republicans always stand down or water the truth down when it is in their favor to just speak truth. That disappoints a lot of Republican supporters. It’s a sign of weakness and low ambition to me when I see it. Even when they are in office and correct, they let Democrats walk all over them with BS. When a Republican is wrong, I am also disappointed, but when they are right or when the Democrat is spewing BS, all they need to do is address it as sharply and clearly and calmly as Greta did here. I could see that Greta was working a little harder to hold back a stronger display of disgust, but she self governed it and got the job done on a professional and impeccable level. That was just purely impressive. I haven’t commented on this site for months because it makes me have to signe in so often or it told me to log in to comment when I was logged in and had to log out and back in, but I had to sign in and say that this was absolutely impressive integrity, skill and professionalism on Greta’s part.

  • January 19, 2014 at 9:09am

    If they don’t do this now, The Democrats will use the idea when we get a government reduction specialist in the Whitehouse, but their call won’t be for the country, Constitution and liberty. It will be for their usual divisive, separatist population causes AND they’ll call it racist! Actually, the Democrats will use the idea whether Republicans do or don’t now that it’s out.

  • January 19, 2014 at 8:37am

    That’s some serious gloom, doc! Maybe an eye doc would make the better call!

  • January 13, 2014 at 5:35am

    If we could only get NYC residents to get on board with liberty and American principles as fast as they get on board with wearing no pants to ride a train during specific hours in winter, there may be some kind of proper voting pattern developments there! As a former NYC resident and native, I can tell you that America is so much easier to see and understand when you finally GET OUT of there! The American principled ones tend to leave, while socialist minded excess grows.

  • January 11, 2014 at 7:26pm

    I often have little time to watch but I want access when I DO have time to watch, …. but the main reason that I keep my subscription is because I support the presence of the views,history and analysis that the Blaze delivers and I WANT it delivered to our history, information and American Principle deprived nation. The truth needs a delivery system. The Blaze provides a large and growing one (with our help)..

  • January 8, 2014 at 9:55pm

    He does have his riffs, timing and control of the instrument together very well for that age and for some one older too. He also didn’t let a loud amp get away from him. He was in control. If he can stay humble and avoid recycling the same old low intelligence, locker room lyric handbook with his bands, he’d have something serious to offer. The shock value, decadence thing has become so overdone and cheezy and common that it’s gonna be harder to succeed as “more of the same”. I’ve bought some CDs in the past because the guitar and band and even singer were great even though the lyrics are too juvenile hormonic to let anyone hear it coming from my truck, but those days are done for me. CHeezy sex lyrics? No sale.

  • January 8, 2014 at 9:35pm

    I will also add that a common requirement in band “singer wanted” “drummer wanted” “Bass player wanted” etc. ads is the statement “NO DRUGS” because there are a lot of serious musicians out there who don’t want to be baby sitters and who DO want their fellow band members to be dependable. Some people want to be wild party rock stars while others just love music and want to make some for a living as musicians. The former give the environment its reputation and the latter know what screw ups the former are. Some of the latter become successful, but they don’t make the wild, crazy headlines that the wild party rock stars do. They are ignored by media unless their music and performances make them hard to ignore. In my decades of club, bar, band, beer life, I can tell you that the dance club crowd dominates in fights and decadence and the rockers are generally peaceful, music lovers. Sure, there are far less angels than you’ll find at a Church function, but drugs and decadence aren’t mandatory to create or enjoy music. I personally avoided the drugs, even pot and just enjoy making live and recorded music. I don’t even have a desire to be an entertainer. It’s about music. The songs of decadence to tend to draw greater/faster media attention though and there are people who can’t self govern at just about any party..

  • January 8, 2014 at 8:54pm

    I’ve spent decades in the hard rock band environment as a musician …. still playing… Had some close calls with bigger success, radio airplay, radio interviews, international magazine coverage, opened for some well known MTV Hard rock and metal bands BUT I NEVER did any drugs. Never. Yes I drank too much, but I was able to avoid embracing a world of decadent opportunity because I had a pretty solid moral foundation and got through youth far better than many who went to college to become “professional”.

  • December 20, 2013 at 4:09am

    “Will be happier if”

    Not exactly an insult or hatred.

  • December 19, 2013 at 7:44pm

    Virtue and sanity are incredibly absent from Progressive American government.

    Real Americans like myself find this to be disgusting and embarrassing.

    “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” President George Washington – 1st day – 1st inaugural address

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  • December 17, 2013 at 10:43pm

    I am not offended by “Happy Holidays” through the holiday season, but between the 22nd and 25th, I think that Merry Christmas is better.

  • December 17, 2013 at 10:35pm

    I definitely appreciate the voice, stand, example and message of Ken Hutcherson. I only watched one episode of his show and it was very inspiring and I’ve watched him as a guest on the Glenn Beck show, but unfortunately, I realize that I cannot watch a lot of programming and also “do today what you’re supposed to do today. Don’t put it off until tomorrow.” as Glenn said. It’s a balance thing.

    In a nutshell, the world is a better place with Ken Hutcherson and his legacy in it and I thank him for making that the truth.

  • December 15, 2013 at 8:31pm

    Has anyone ever noticed that as the world turns left, America turns right and vice versa as a general rule. It’s like the entire world’s being manipulated against itself. If my views are correct, we’ll have a conservative president next, but he will find gridlock and resistance around the world. Chaos ensues … by design? Let’s just focus on maximum liberty in this nation of majority voters whose actions pushed us away from it. It will soon be time to get involved in and to help finance the electoral campaigns of liberty driven patriots.

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  • December 15, 2013 at 8:21pm

    Does it not seem suspicious that these criminals enter the Priesthood at a high enough rate to draw constant condemnation of the Church itself?

    America is like a healthy body and its resistance is threefold: its patriotism, its morality, and its spiritual life. If we can undermine these three areas, America will collapse from within.” Joseph Stalin

    “ My object in life is to dethrone God and destroy capitalism” Karl Marx

    These quotes are recent history of longer standing attempts to dominate through taking over, discrediting or defeating the Church.

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  • December 15, 2013 at 3:56pm

    “the Marxist ideology is wrong.”

    If he said that 2 weeks ago, The twerker would probably have gotten Time’s person of the year instead of the Pope, but I’d like that kind of clarity from all popes and more emphasis on “The Bible speaks to the individual; the 10 commandments still stand and mandated redistribution of wealth is in opposition to them!”

    Federal Government needs to step away from the responsibilities of the individual and the Church.

    50% of Catholics vote against the instructions of the Bible, but many are likely only Catholic by Baptism, not in principle or action..

  • December 15, 2013 at 7:52am

    When you click the little youtube icon for “watch on youtube}, it gives info including the website;

  • December 15, 2013 at 7:49am

    That’s the best Miley story we’ve seen all year!

  • December 15, 2013 at 7:20am

    And voter registration is?

    Described as a Bible Studying Socialist! Oxymoron? I’ve debated more than a few people online over the years who know and revise the Bible’s lessons. They know it. They just use it for revisionist purposes.

    Everything below is from

    Pierson has been described as a dedicated and bright student from a religious family who attends Bible study meetings, leaving those that knew him shocked.
    “They’re just a normal middle-class family, like many of the families around here,” neighbour Diane Shea said.

    Carl Schmidt and Brendon Mendelson, both seniors at Arapahoe High, said he had political views that were “outside the mainstream”.

    Schmidt said the shooter “was an outspoken kid about what he believed and a good political thinker.”

    Thomas Conrad, who had an economics class with the gunman, described him as a very opinionated Socialist.

    “He was exuberant I guess,” Conrad told The Denver Post.

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