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VigilanceisFreedom

Member Since: April 27, 2011

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  • May 16, 2013 at 12:57pm

    I’ve eaten gator meat, it REALLY DOES taste like chicken. Albeit a touch gamey. It’s not bad. I’m sure the meat and hides of these will be used, and if the hunters want to keep a trophy, who cares? An 800 pound gator’s head on their wall will forever commemorate an adventure shared between father and son.

  • May 11, 2013 at 11:20am

    Now imagine all of this in reverse during periods of cooling. The last ice age showed us just how devastating prolonged cooling can be to biomass on Earth. Really if the priests of the AGW movement were concerned with saving of human life, they would be concerned about an ice age. An ice age would cause suffering on a scale of global thermonuclear war.

    But that’s not the point of all this. What you need to keep at the forefront of your mind when speaking with a priest or disciple of the AGW religion is that they BELIEVE the Earth’s population should be around 1 billion. So they are always looking for ways to slowly chip away at human population. Obviously an ice age could bring them just the kind of “reset” they are looking for.

    But oh what are we to do if the Earth is in a warming trend?! Populations will continue to tick upwards, and we simply cannot abide that. Their idea was to make us all hate and fear carbon itself, the element of life, and the indicator of our planet’s abundance. Therefore whenever this indicator rises, they will hamper things like industry which allow for human growth (carbon tax etc). Essentially, to ensure compliance, Gore and other priests of the order have founded a new religion. It is based in guilt and sin against nature. It is a religion that inverts the morality structure of most classic religions which were population positive. Hopefully this is some food for thought, for those out there who still think.

  • May 11, 2013 at 11:03am

    To me, most of these videos looked like progress in the right direction. Pretty amazing what they did in Dubai, but we’ll see how those islands hold up.

    This next part is for any of you scientific minds out there who retain the slightest scrap of skepticism.

    The Global Warming Hoax was designed as a negative feedback inhibitor of human population. We all know the Earth warms and cools cyclically. But what they don’t want you to know is that a warmer Earth will be more abundant with life, and therefore abundant with the fuel that drives human population upward. It’s pretty basic really, more of the Earth becomes able to harbor higher populations of primary producers. The increased temperature brings even more moisture into the air, in addition to thawing now-frozen barren land. And of course, as a consequence of all this extra life on Earth, you will have increased levels of CO2. Primarily the CO2 will rise as a result of a higher number of plants, which give off CO2 as they end their life cycles. And of course in addition you have respiratory CO2 from animals that are consuming all these new plants. After all, carbon is the element of life. As a small reality check, have you ever wondered how dinosaurs were able to grow to such prodigious sizes? The Earth was much warmer (therefore wetter as well), and covered with much more vegetation, which was able to support giant herbivores, which supported giant predators, etc.

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  • May 9, 2013 at 11:25pm

    Bad teachers and bad students are both a product of how the system is set up. Teachers may start out well intentioned, but they are not given the authority to truly maintain a disciplined classroom. Students very quickly figure out that they run the asylum, and the type of teacher who remains in the position truly is “just getting a paycheck.” The system as set up selects for only the most apathetic teachers, because only they can bare witness to the atrocious educational system we have wrought.

  • May 9, 2013 at 11:07pm

    Having spent 3 weeks as a teacher, and having a parent who taught for years, I can give you some insight into what’s going on in Texas schools now (and likely nationwide). The job of teachers IS NO LONGER to teach, it is merely to keep control of a classroom. The system actually weeds out good teachers who want to make a difference by making their lives hellish with a mile of beuracratic nonsensical redtape and by telling teachers that the class is “student centered.”

    Teachers aren’t given any power to discipline students, so all that is left is to try to entertain them. I can’t imagine a job that is more humiliating than being a teacher, and the saddest part is that it is literally the most important job for the longterm success of any nation. Bliss is right that those kids are the future, but what picture of the future do those bored faces paint? I don’t even want to know what kind of garbage was written on those History worksheets. This teacher was clearly beaten down into a submissive state, seeing all the cell phones popping up without her raising a protest.

    DO NOT send your kids to public schools, Texas or elsewhere. My mom who is a veteran of the field has observed other veteran teachers who loved their work quitting out of frustration, only to be replaced by new teachers fresh out of the university indoctrine mills. I think as a nation we have passed the point where education can be a right, it should now be a responsibility NOT provided by gover

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  • May 6, 2013 at 12:58pm

    Technically speaking, it is called additive manufacturing and objects are created using a sequential layering process. Think of how a printer scans across a page and deposits ink wherever it is needed. Now a 3D printer will deposit layers on top of layers on top of layers (of plastic or some kind of polymer) in order to create an actual object. Those plastic parts created can then be assembled into a gun or what have you.

  • May 6, 2013 at 12:53pm

    My guess is that efforts to ban these will be about as effective as efforts to ban pirated music and software. Not very successful. However, the progressives might use this as an opportunity to severely crack down on internet freedom in general because “information is dangerous.”

    The gun is as vital to democracy as the vote. The left will continually rail on about how the 2nd amendment is pointless because the people could never rise up against the government in this country. But do you remember Iraq? Trying to occupy a nation the size of America would be infinitely harder, and that is mostly due to our well-armed nature. The important part of this is that those tyrants who want to remove our freedoms will have a much harder time doing so if they know we are all armed. Think of nuclear weapons and how they prevent wars, that is the essence of the reason to have an armed populace.

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  • May 1, 2013 at 3:44pm

    Archaeologists Dig into Caves, Find Rocks

    Less exciting headline, but probably a little more accurate.

  • May 1, 2013 at 1:33pm

    So Mountain Dew realizes that their product is primarily consumed by white people, mostly computer younger males.

    “We need to target a new demographic Johnson!”
    “How about we find one of those rap groups that the kids love, and let them make a commercial?”
    “Brilliant Johnson!”

    Then the commercial gets made.

    “Is this really what will connect with a black audience?”
    “Yes sir, this commercial was made by the black rap artists themselves.”
    “Ok then, I guess we’ll run it, though it makes no sense to me.”

  • April 30, 2013 at 9:31pm

    Wow, what a dumb criminal. If you ever want to hold anybody at gunpoint you need to be a good 4 feet away at least. Holding a gun that close to people only works well in the movies.

  • April 30, 2013 at 7:47pm

    I was a high school teacher for 3 weeks. It’s pretty much like this in a lot of places. Principal tried to guilt me into staying, and I told him, “if this is what teaching is, then I am not a teacher.” Pretty bad 3 weeks of my life.

    Teachers of today are like the band that kept playing as the Titanic went down. It’s touching in a way, but also quite sad.

  • April 29, 2013 at 4:17pm

    Fellow Americans,

    We are getting very close to the end. Freedom is in crisis. The truth has been abandoned. God has been mocked and spurned. And we have but one question left to ask ourselves.

    Will you go down fighting? True patriots know the answer. Fight until the end. Comply with evil at the peril of your soul.

    God protect and keep you.

  • April 28, 2013 at 5:53pm

    Life is life, murder is murder. If I decided to kill someone inside my house, you better believe society would make it “their business.” The right to life trumps the right to privacy in every case, even ANIMALS are extended this right.

    The difference between us is I believe murder is unconditionally wrong, wheras you make special exceptions for the very young.

    We have adoption and waiting lists of people wanting to adopt because for whatever reason they are unable to enjoy the wonderful gift of childbirth that you hold as an ultimate curse of women. For the sake of convenience, you take the life of an innocent who would have been loved beyond measure by a family who could not have a child of their own.

    It is telling that abortion supporters are not condemning Dr. Gosnell with any great conviction. Because the only thing that separates Gosnell from most abortion supporters is his lack of self-deception. Gosnell has come to terms with the fact that he is a murderer for hire, while the bulk of the left is still deceiving itself.

  • April 27, 2013 at 11:28pm

    They came to a pretty lazy conclusion in that report. They confirmed that the trigger mechanism didn’t appear in the al-Qaeda Inspire magazine, but the pressure cooker bombs were in there.

    Just because the trigger mechanism wasn’t in there, doesn’t mean they could not have gotten the bomb design itself from there.

    Gee, I wonder if they had help from someone with a little more experience. I’m talking a 212a3b level of experience…

  • April 27, 2013 at 11:19pm

    I’d not yet seen the barrage of fire the police laid down on that boat. I think we were damn lucky to get him alive, considering. Make him talk! I also think they fully expected to pull his corpse out of that boat. There are some people who really don’t want this kid to talk.

  • April 27, 2013 at 11:04pm

    Kim Bauer used to be fighting off mountain lions and terrorists (albeit ineffectually). Look at her now… (shakes head).

  • April 27, 2013 at 10:54pm

    Whether it’s Sandy Hook or West Texas, the compassionate left don’t give a damn about the loss of life, but instead wonder how they can make political hay out of the events.

    Can’t really expect much more from the same minds which can justify the killing of the unborn though, can we?

  • April 25, 2013 at 11:36am

    Cause of death: Freedom Overdose

  • April 24, 2013 at 1:37am

    O’Reilly was simply trying to get him to admit #1, that there is a huge problem where Muslims are becoming radicalized. The initial line of questioning was to find out what “good Muslims” (presumably they mean non-extremist) can do to help diminish the influence of the radicals. Your second point is not discussed here, though I agree that we shouldn’t presume Muslims are terrorists.

    But Nihad Awad’s response is confusing, he is seemingly brushing off that this problem even exists. I’m trying to imagine a world in which I’m a Christian, and most of the terror attacks happening are done in the name of Jesus. My response would be wildly different from Mr. Awad’s, I’d have used such a huge platform as O’Reilly’s show to decry the extremists even more harshly than an outsider might.

    But then you get to the fact that this guy is from CAIR, and it makes perfect sense. CAIR has provided funding for Hamas, a terrorist organization. The real travesty here is that this guy is supposedly the face of Muslim rights here in the United States… but his organization is funding terror overseas? Who is the true threat to Muslim civil liberties? CAIR never takes strong stances when extremist Muslims commit these atrocities, because it has been a corrupt organization since its inception.

  • April 22, 2013 at 12:13am

    I wonder what his opinions are on maps? Everywhere like such as?