User Profile: tuppenceworth

tuppenceworth

Member Since: March 16, 2011

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  • [19] February 3, 2016 at 7:47pm

    Yes, AND “Journalism” isn’t tweeted. You need more than 140 characters at a time to accurately report. Everyone is watching tweets and news feeds (which are also tweets). I call foul on CNN for floating it in it’s most obscurity of truth, it was a designed trap (for any campaign, not just Cruz’s).

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  • [1] January 26, 2016 at 6:11am

    I love this guy! Nothing like a good mockery!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4d_FvgQ1csE

  • [-2] January 21, 2016 at 6:01am

    Proof once more that mankind is intent on looking so far beyond comprehension for answers despite the things before his eyes that have eluded him.

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  • January 21, 2016 at 5:56am

    THAT was perfect.

  • [37] January 20, 2016 at 8:10pm

    Exactly I was thinking. Someone who’s ideology is just a shy further left than Marx should have lots of credibility. Funny how the press loves to find these people.

  • [57] November 12, 2015 at 12:44pm

    Right up there with being offended by potatoes! Nicely done Matt Walsh, I laughed my posterially located body part off, but within the confines of a safe place so as not to offend or be suggestive to any of my co-workers that might see that as an over aggressive semi-sexual act or an attempt to “metamorphasize” in public. I recognize that dramatic change from the normal can create a sense of anxiety and even depression in people, and would not want to have to sue my boss if that happened.

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  • [-1] September 9, 2015 at 7:20am

    Yeah they sued Newt Gingrich, who made a habit of using the song, so now they are empowered to go after an average citizen celebrating a personal victory? How did that suit go against Gingrich? Settled? (Stop using our song and give us some money). Sad. Will you go after a private citizen for “damages”?

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/08/24/gingrich-settling-eye-tiger-lawsuit/

  • [3] September 9, 2015 at 7:11am

    Too liberal to even consider, one can tell by their response.

  • [3] August 4, 2015 at 1:00pm

    Thanks Rachel Maddow for lettings US know that YOU know the difference. We’ll hold you to that.

  • [6] August 4, 2015 at 12:59pm

    @ Cavallo…
    Have you considered in your musings the number of now well armed at IRS, NASA, NOAA, Dept. of Interior, etc.? It is not just the people you would expect to fight in said model. I do not disagree with you, at least not completely, because if most armed citizens went up against the Gov, they would not only face known military, reserves, and police forces. There would be Park Rangers, Weathermen, IRS and TSA agents. I admit, not the biggest threat, but still armed well enough to cause problems and thought deficient enough to comply.

  • [1] May 16, 2015 at 8:26am

    I am not nor have been a church minded or church oriented person. I often feel in odd company here, but have always let common sense be my guide. Since becoming a fan of Glenn’s, I have never found myself closer to God as a sense of meaning in my life. Many things said on his show and many of his guest’s contributions have changed my view on a lot of things, not least of which faith. Through recommended reads and other ideas placed before me I have gained a sense of the meanings behind Judaism and Christianity, more so than anything or anyone else has done in my life. So I guess my point is if this was possible when you were not trying deliberately, then there should be no limitation when you do. I have a scientific mind and do not jump to faith easily, but I have with his show, wisdom, and contributors, and I would support a project as has been proposed.

    May I suggest, however, as history is more my thing, a connection between the two? I would really appreciate a hybrid discussion of David Barton and Rabbi Lappin, say on the Founder’s writings and beliefs. I would agree with a “modern application” as was noted by someone else, too. I would rather GB show remains, but use this idea like The Root specials, or a weekly (weekend?) show, for family time. As one who has participated in this network’s building (from the beginning), I am happy to comment on this, and grateful for all I have gotten from it. Oh, and thanks for asking.

  • [20] March 5, 2015 at 1:26pm

    As always, Mr. Walsh, well written. May I point out that THIS is about that well funded citizen army that our Dear Leader spoke of many years back? May I point out to those who have read and even responded that it is fear that keeps people in line, and fear of losing their children is the worst type of fear? May I remind you and readers alike of the Justina Pelletier case in Boston/CT which is similar, yet in some means worse than this scenario? MAY I POINT OUT THAT AGENCIES LIKE CPS (or whatever they go by in your state) HAVE BECOME THE ENFORCEMENT ARM OF YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITIES? WHY? It is because THEY have the authority to intimidate, remand, and act on behalf of others in power. They are not responsible and do not have to answer for it as a result. Give a bully free reign and see what happens. It is a sad state of affairs this Nation has allowed itself to become, and we can only blame ourselves. Again, well written and well reasoned – left me longing for my own worry-free youth!

  • [1] March 5, 2015 at 1:12pm

    In other words, “your life, micro managed by your Government”. You have issues MD, and if you can’t agree on the “laws” or their design, you will never undo what’s been done to you.

  • [16] February 23, 2015 at 1:37pm

    When the State says that you are violating “discrimination laws” without considering your personal rights, your freedom of religion, thought and conscience, then the State has already turned a blind eye to real justice and is only open to it’s biased perceptions of right and wrong. That is not to call open season on discrimination, but get serious in this case. Forcing acceptance by stomping someone else’s rights is an equal discrimination, one that threatens everybody. All of our individual rights, collectively, should not be run over to make way for the squeaky wheel, as there is only political hay to be made from greasing it. It is the duty of every American to stand up and fight a tyrant, even if it is the State itself. Mrs. Stutzman will have the respect and admiration of us all for her fight and beliefs, and no one will take that form her!

  • February 6, 2015 at 12:57pm

    Yeah, same problem in NH!

  • February 6, 2015 at 12:57pm

    Was this a multiple choice? C’mon New Hampshire! “On Golden Pond” ? “Iconic”! I didn’t care for it, but it is a huge picture.

  • [9] January 28, 2015 at 1:03pm

    Thank you Matt Walsh! Best article and satire I have read in a while. Made a bad day bright for this skeptic, who just finished shoveling out of 30″ of snow. BTW, it is “Climate Chaos” now, and consistent with your thoughts, I believe this name was chosen so that in 241 days when it “arrives(?)” the wizards of smart can say “No one saw that coming, nothing happening and all. Now that IS chaotic.”

    In reply to the contribution Climate Change Deniers Are Completely Insane

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  • [13] January 14, 2015 at 12:31pm

    Go with those Panthers, kid! Any owner, who is on he cusp of making playoffs, advancing in said playoffs, and traveling for said playoffs and STILL makes time for you – that guy is a winner no matter what and deserves your loyalty. Anyone responding now is trying to catch his honesty and integrity. Look up what he did for his TE Greg Olsen and his family if you want more proof. And I must say, wise of you to put some thought in here as I have been a lifelong Chargers fan since about 1980, and I have no idea what possessed me when I was your age, but I have been that fan ever since!

  • [2] January 14, 2015 at 12:22pm

    I must say, great comment here. LMAO!

  • [1] January 14, 2015 at 12:20pm

    What! So not fair. This story should have waited until AFTER the super Bowl, as these comments will reflect people’s hearts right now.