Member Since: September 03, 2012


  • [4] August 21, 2016 at 12:10pm

    Mr. Falwell – that flushing sound you may hear is what little credibility you have going down the toilet. I know your job is is to pan for your loser of a candidate and try to win over the hearts and minds of the simpletons out there, but comparing Trump to next coming of Churchill is beyond idiotic.

    Trump is every bit the progressive egomaniac tyrant that Clinton will be. Sorry.

  • July 21, 2016 at 1:38am

    I have a new respect for Cruz who didn’t now and kiss the ring of Trump. After what Trump
    did to assassinate his character with his list of bull$hyt antics as long as my arm. That being said I think Cruz has permanently damaged his possibility of ever becoming a US president.
    Hillary Clinton will mop the floor with Trump in November, and we will have to find a new leader emerge out of the tattered ash heap of Clinton’s America in 2020…what remains of her anyway.
    This God-forsaken country deserves a felon like Hillary Clinton. The hell with it.

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  • [2] February 18, 2016 at 3:19pm

    Man how completely tasteless your comment is…

    But damned hilarious :D

  • [3] December 23, 2015 at 2:03pm

    Mr. Cruz, you have been slandered by the single biggest buffoon on cable TV today. When he says enemy of the state he really means the enemy of the progressive socialist liberal America-hating elite that has somehow been allowed to dominate the executive and legislative branches of government, and destroy the freedoms we hold dear from within.

    Wear it as a badge of honor sir. They are scared to death of another Reagan conservative in the presidency because it will set back liberal progressivism decades if Mr. Cruz accomplishes what he sets out to do.

  • [2] September 3, 2015 at 7:36pm

    $500,000 is chump change for the yellow rags like National Enquirer. They were the crew that brought John Edwards candidacy to a crashing heap of glorious flames. If allegations are true vs Hillary, and the emails that were hacked can demonstrate it, that just might stoop a notch below the Nixon scandal in the annals of corrupt presidential politics.

  • [1] July 19, 2015 at 7:36pm

    I think Mr. Trump used a poor choice of words, inadvertantly insulting many vets who served honorably. I think he had every right to pound McCain as a loser and a squishy panderer to illegal fence hoppers. I happen to be refreshed by Trump’s brashness and ability to throw a combination haymaker when one of his enemy’s hit below the belt. I also enjoy that Mr. Trump calls a spade a spade instead of pussyfooting And parsing every word, a-la Bush and Clinton. If we elect this man, we are electing a guy that will say many things off the cuff and at times swallow his foot. But Id much rather that than the rehearsed doublespeak that has to go through panels of pundits to beinterpreted on Sunday news shows. I will not hold that comment against Trump. McCain deserved a smackdown for calling decent honorable Americans who are searching for a candidate to get behind as “crazies.” But he chose the wrong insult, IMO.

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  • [1] July 28, 2014 at 6:16pm

    It pains me deeply to say that I think your post and assessment of what awaits us is spot on.

  • [64] June 10, 2014 at 12:21pm

    These damned b@stards. And the mainstream media and congress just stand by and watch it go down without saying a word. God help us.

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  • May 6, 2014 at 5:41pm

    Bi-partisan Ms. Pelosi??? You mean like the health care law you and your cabal rammed through was BI-PARTISAN?????

    Shut your d@mned pie hole.

  • April 26, 2014 at 12:07am

    To the dufus who created the headline: What the hell is an “ALOGRITHM”

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  • June 7, 2013 at 1:27pm

    One day, when the economic meltdown hits and this house of cards comes crashing gloriously down, then I believe the blinders will be yanked off of 51% of America who went from comfortably and blissfully fat and ignorant to broke and pan-handling. This country will mourn how badly they were taken and deceived, even when the truth was slapping them across the face every other day with scandals and demonstrable lies.

    America is the theme park of a truly seductive and evil spiritual entity.

  • June 2, 2013 at 4:01pm

    Well, you know you gotta winner when the NY Times slimes you.

    This is a good man, a principled man. Unbelievably powerful and moving speaker. I hope his political career takes off, but sadly, I think the American system is so rife with progressivism, it will see to it the this good man ends up on the fringes, on the outside looking in, rather than front and center of our American morass, where he could do much to reverse the bleeding in our broken country…

  • May 3, 2013 at 11:46pm

    I would expect nothing less from an NBC reporter.

  • December 15, 2012 at 1:42pm

    You can’t unload 11 rounds into a dude with a knife (or an object “consistent” with knife). Even if he had a knife, the cop is a safe distance so that the knife presents little, if any danger to him whatsoever. On top of that he’s lying on the ground and the cop is still putting caps in him. Now, if the thug is firing at you with a gun, sure, fire 100 rounds into him, who cares, he deserves it. This was senseless, I don’t care what the guys wrap sheet was. Totally unnecessary. Cop should not only be fired, he should be jailed.

  • December 15, 2012 at 1:21pm

    Wow, cool vid.

  • December 10, 2012 at 9:31pm

    Pretty amazing. The guys behind this will be instant bazzillionaires.

  • December 10, 2012 at 2:48am

    To be criticized by Bill Maher is a truly badge of honor.

    I don’t hate Mr. Maher. I pity him. I pity the masses that have bought into his vitriol the world calls harmless humor. Imagine being Bill Maher and standing before the throne of the Almighty. This man will be dead in 30 years. That day is coming, Bill.

    I pray Mr. Maher’s eyes are opened before his miserable, worthless existence ends.

  • [1] December 5, 2012 at 4:27pm

    I don’t know how any human being could be looking forward to any of the predictions of this futurist.

    I don’t at all argue that humans have made astonishing discoveries and inventions that have made our lives easier and more convenient. But humans, as they have done for ages, have taken things designed/intended for good and human progress and twisted them into tools of evil that either oppress/enslave people or create societal perversions that destroys civilizations from within.

    Whether it’s atomic energy, the internet, microchips, biotechnology, information technology etc., humans will always think of ways to pervert what is meant for good, and turn it on the masses as either tools of war, or population control, or extreme invasions of privacy.

    Believe me, it’s just a matter of time before humankind enslaves itself and then destroys itself.

    The God of the universe, however, is greater than anything the most skilled and intelligent among us can construct with their hands. I am thankful He is in control. I feel badly for the folks who do not have the hope of salvation, because they live in an age where they will be subjected to the very real evil that comes with exponential knowledge combined with human wickedness.

  • December 5, 2012 at 3:25pm

    Mr. Amash:

    You found yourself a new fan.

    The party of John Boehner is on death’s doorstep, a withering, impotent dinosaur. In two years time (or less) the GOP will be irrelevant. Thank you for not abandoning your constitutional convictions, and keeping your promise of fiscal sanity to those who elected you, unlike the Boehner-controlled sellouts that share the same bed as the progressives.

    Your time will come. I just pray the good people of this country survives the world financial holocaust that now approaches us as certain as the night follows the day.

  • December 4, 2012 at 8:56pm

    The hell with John Boehner.

    If we wanted a democratic house, with a tax and spend speaker, we would have elected one.

    Grow a set of balls, GOP. If you sign up with the Dems for raising taxes and it implodes on the country, like we all know it will, then the GOP will be implicit in the downfall along with the Left, and there will be nothing that distinguishes them in any future election. By standing your ground and refusing to budge on taxes, and doing the RIGHT thing, you separate yourself from the money-printing lunacy that is the status quo.

    Damn this country is circling the drain in the porcelain fixture.