There is nothing wrong with stock piling weapons and ammo. The 2nd Amendment points out that inalienable right I have to be able to hold weapons defend myself against anyone, including the domestic government. That’s my justification!
And if I’m a “Constitutionalist” by wanting to stick to the Constitution, how is that a bad thing? It is only bad to those who want to obtain control over us citizens.
 November 17, 2014 at 12:31pm
What war on women?
October 16, 2014 at 5:55pm
Morality is not something that a person on this earth decides. It comes from the standards, laws, commandments, etc. that God has given us. God is perfect. He knows all things. He has given us these things through the scriptures and prophets (His spokesmen) so that we can be tested. He wants to see if we will follow those things despite us not being able to see him or have a perfect knowledge like he does. This is how “faith” is tested. Faith is believing and acting that something is true even though you cannot see it or know the end result BEFOREHAND. That’s where God has given us a gift to help with this. What we call a “conscience” is that guidance God gives us to encourage us to choose the right act when we are presented and opportunity to test our faith. Once you have exercised your faith by acting the way God wants you to, then he will confirm to you that what you did was correct. This accumulation of experiences helps us shape our knowlege of what right and wrong is.
As we continue testing our faith and make the right choices, then God gives us more understanding. We cannot determine what things are moral (i.e. right and wrong) without relying on God’s knowledge. If we try to only rely upon our understanding, we will fail. However, God allows us to fail so that we can see the difference between doing it his way and our way.
I know that doing it God’s way is the only way. I found that out by doing what He said to do. I hope you might too.
 October 16, 2014 at 1:46am
Is that “improving” the “handness” through beta testing?
 October 16, 2014 at 1:34am
We need to call all the airlines traveling into and out of these countries and ask them to stop the flights, not rely on the US Government to apply a ban. It’s the airlines flying, not the government.
May 20, 2014 at 4:16pm
A vote NOT to repeal gives you the answer. YES she would have voted for it.
 May 8, 2014 at 11:48pm
He was using the assault jaw with the unlawful multirow teeth clip.
 May 8, 2014 at 11:46pm
Ban teeth!! Teeth are bad!!
March 6, 2014 at 6:42pm
And beat hard. Then do 2 years on a farm in North Dakota while serving people in a homeless shelter.
August 19, 2013 at 12:58pm
I used to live near Kagoshima in a place called Sendai. Visited several times to Kagoshima and got to experience the normal amount of ash in the air. You can’t really wear contacts there or dry your clothes outside (a normal practice there.) It’s constantly been active but rarely to this kind of level. Sakurajima (Cherry Blossom Island) is an awesome and beautiful sight though. I loved southern Japan.
August 16, 2013 at 2:25pm
Actually, AMDATME is technically right. In the scriptures Christ said, “For verily, verily I say unto you, he that hath the spirit of contention is not of me, but is of the devil, who is the father of contention, and he stirreth up the hearts of men to contend with anger, one with another.”
You can catch a glimpse of the hand of one of them in the video. Definitely dark skinned.
July 17, 2013 at 5:52pm
Only white people can call each other “cr***a,” especially to white males. That’s just our culture. But if a black person said “cr***er,” that’s very offensive. Unless a white person says it, then it’s ok.
I am a little new to this religious stuff. When you say Christ, which Christ are you talking about. The Christ of the Christians, the Christ of the Mormons, the Christ of the Jehovah Witnesses? Was Christ a member of any of these religions? The Bible talks about a Messiah. He was Jewish and a Rabbi. Is that who you might be talking about? He talked about the Torah and the Prophets and the Psalms, He seemed to be pretty focused on Israel...He didn't say anything that I know of about Christians, Mormons, etc. He seem to have much use for any pagan religion for sure. It might be a safe bet to just believe and do what the Messiah did. He seemed to know a lot about "God".
Don… Christ is Christ. As a person who was brought up as Mormon from birth (No longer as I do not accept the BOM) all believe in the same Christ. Stop trying to twist what you obviously don’t understand. No one here will fall for your propaganda. ~Reverend CBD
May 24, 2013 at 5:27pm
There is no doubt that through the years there were probably some leaders and boys who have struggled with the temptation of being attracted to boys. That, like any other temptation that conflicts with the principles of Scouting, is something that any scout has to overcome. Yes, I said overcome. The Scout Oath and Scout Law apply holistically to every scout to be morally straight and clean in action and in thought. Why thoughts? Because thoughts lead to actions.
But what if a scout steals; is he kicked out for not being honest? If a boy, probably no, but it would be addressed. If an adult, more than likely yes; especially if it is a criminal matter. But that kind of action probably doesn’t incite threats of lawsuits from parents. Lawsuits from parents of boys who were “sexually assaulted” by adult leaders prompted BSA to create the rules in place. Security of the boys is the primary priority, but having to lose tons of valuable donations speaks a little bit louder. Now the threat of lawsuits by these “offended” people is prompting change again.
This bothers me because,
1. it is legitimizing the tendencies as “natural” and ok to entertain
2. provides a platform for enticing the behavior
3. puts at risk exposing this disgusting behavior to others to further spread the temptation
What disgusts me even more are the adults who are pushing these children to embrace such a damaging mindset. Next to murder, this is the most damning thing one can do to their so
May 22, 2013 at 1:17pm
The next time there is a weapons running operations that needs to be covered up by allowing an attack on the delivery guys, a supposed demonstration will happen because of this video…..several months from now.
Love the comment “You’ll never see kids paraded at a Pro-Choice Rally.”
January 11, 2013 at 12:42pm
I don’t need a reason to exercise my GOD given rights. I don’t need a reason to buy certain weapons. Every weapon is an “assault” weapon. It can be used to assault someone else. Just look at all the “assault” weapons in prisons (spoons, forks, toothbrushes, etc.) The left use the word “assault” to incite fear and demonize and inanimate object.
God given rights are to be freely exercised when and how I want. Government can’t infringe on that. If it does, government is in trouble.