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  • April 17, 2014 at 4:39pm

    “Freedom from Religion” is the Westboro Baptist version of the atheist church.

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  • April 10, 2014 at 12:49pm

    Parliament had every legal right to impose the Stamp Act, the Intolerable Acts, and to quarter British troops in colonist homes. On the flip side, Parliament failed to grasp the cumulative impact of their actions, culminating with an arrogant and impetuous decision on April 19th.

  • April 10, 2014 at 12:38pm

    It will not be US GIs that will fire on America Rising, but the bureaucratic SA troops that the Executive Branch has been raising for the past 6 years.

  • April 10, 2014 at 12:32pm

    Right. Just like that guy TomHagan pretends he is making pithy insightful comments, right?

  • April 8, 2014 at 11:09am

    Whoisjohngit: NO, its the Law of Gravity, because it is a cause and effect relationship that is replicate with the same results every time. Same with the Laws of Thermodynamics (even that tricky second one-which remains one of the greatest problems for Darwinists).Joule’s Law, Hubble’s Law, Darcy’s Law….but then there is Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, which has been challenged.

    Evolution is a theory, not a Law, and a pretty weak one compared to most of the other astrophysical theories out there.

  • April 8, 2014 at 10:53am

    Yeah, Sheriff Scott is right out of the 50′s Miranda Rights is an exotic dancer to him. And the ” Constitution “- well that’s his trip to the Men’s Room after consuming a box of donuts. His charming pejorative comment about Lisa Fernandez “bless her heart” is the southern equivalent of calling her ” a dumb B…h “.

    Enjoy your new career in the fast food industry.

  • April 4, 2014 at 2:50pm

    Obama is not dangerous because he might overreact to counter accusations of being perceived as “weak”. He doesn’t care. Because if he doesn’t believe it, it doesn’t exist.
    Bush did greatly concern Putin, and Assad, Qaddafi, the Ayatollah, and the other tin pots by going full bore against the Taliban and Saddam, putting Iran in a squeeze play.Remember that Assad and Qaddafi ran for cover, Iran was strangely quite, and Putin’s bravado strutting was catatonic.

  • April 4, 2014 at 1:33pm

    Having been given and purchased NA artifacts throughout my life, I am beyond enraged by this clear abuse of power and the unabashed presumption of guilt and confiscation by the FBI.

    Is this rogue tyrannical FEDERAL government actually attempting to provoke armed resistance from the citizenry.????

  • April 4, 2014 at 12:58pm

    Ah yes, another a stream of contradictions from JRook. Engineering study verifies the feasibility of the Biblical Ark design, but rook counters with a non-sequitar about Christians resorting to faith to explain the impossible. Guess he missed the part about Leicester Physics department using science to corroborate faith.
    Rook concedes that all people acknowledge the existence of a “higher power” (sounds like Romans 1:18-20?), he concludes without evidence or supporting documentation that the Christian God could not possibly be an accurate representation of that “higher power” (Romans 1:21 anyone?).
    Still bereft of supporting documentation, Rook proclaims that there is no way “we” could understand revelation from such a power. Rook sidesteps the obvious- such a higher power would likely have superior communication skills to effectively facilitate such a revelation, unless of course the lesser being chooses to ignore or reject such revelation (sound like Romans 1:21?). Cave drawing misdirection argument dealt with by others. Then Rook provides us with unreferenced Biblical criticism dismissing the NT as being ghost written in part and manipulated by the Church and somehow that invalidates the entire Christian doctrine or the existence of a supreme God. ( I have had to assemble proceedings of scientific colloquy, and rejected many submissions on the basis of accuracy, and methodology-does that mean all of the accepted submissions were invalid?)
    Run from the light, J

  • April 4, 2014 at 11:31am

    I am intrigued with the NY Legislature’s concern with the bayonet mount. Was I in an alternate universe, and missed all those mass bayonetings at schools, workplaces, and movie theaters?

    BIg Red One- Did not the US Government disseminate thousands of surplus M1 Garands under the CMP with the integral bayonet mount?

  • April 4, 2014 at 11:17am

    I agree with your assessment about the least tolerant commentators…oops I thought you were referring to the conference attendees.. Blaze commentors are no different than those on Politico, or HuffPost, or Slate. I visit those sites occasionally and would comment more often if it did not take so much time to respond civilly to the deluge of screaming diatribes.

  • April 4, 2014 at 11:08am

    Please identify a non-progressive college, aside from Hillsdale and Liberty.

  • April 2, 2014 at 5:09pm

    NO, you got it wrong. Allen West was the guy how got some intel that the Iraqi cop was part of plot to ambush a patrol under his command. He pulled the guy outside, blindfolded him, told him he was going to kill him, if the cop did not tell the truth,. When the cop refused, West fired his weapon next to the cop’s head whereupon the mole wet his pants and spilled the beans about the planned ambush.
    Its called saving your troops lives. If one of those young troops was your son, you might think a little differently. The difference between West and all of the other commanders who do the same thing is that West reported himself to his CO.

    Next time dig a little deeper than Wikipedia or Media Matters…your comment is almost word for word from their site.

    But then again, I’m surprised you can read.

  • April 2, 2014 at 4:42pm

    Eastern Maryland, no less.

  • April 2, 2014 at 10:01am

    Michael’s innate intelligence and superior reasoning skills qualifies him for a scholarship to the “Pol Pot School for Conflict Resolution”.

  • April 2, 2014 at 9:58am

    Look for the union label. I had a Chevy 1500 , the engine blew at 125k despite scheduled maintenance. My daughter’s GrandAm engine blew at 68k, my other daughter’s Grand Prix transmission blew at 69k and then the heating system failed all under scheduled maintenance. We all wised up and ditched GM. They went to Hondas. I bought a Tundra, which after 130k was still worth only $5k less than I paid for it until an idiot in an F-150 crossed the yellow line and totaled the Tundra. The Toyota saved my life. I’m now in a Honda made in America, and will never buy anything from Detroit again.

  • April 2, 2014 at 9:43am

    Time for Israel to pull a Crimea move and simply annex the West Bank and deport those who do not pledge allegiance to Israel. If Putin can do it so can Bibi.

  • March 26, 2014 at 1:11pm

    Hardly preposterous, quite prevalent and well-buried by university administrations (sort of like the Bimbo Eruptions cleaning squad during Clinton’s years). I know, it happened to me 45 years ago, as an undergrad in Western Religious Thought class. YES, even back then … Prof was an ex-Catholic priest who made no secret he hated God and Christians. Naturally, I was the only Christian in the class and a new one at that, and he targeted and belittled me every chance he got. I was untrained in apologetics, but I did have CS Lewis, and Francis Shaeffer, and the Bible, which as a new born, I seemed to have a better command of than he. But I still got hammered.
    It all came to a head when I wrote the term paper questioning the biblical substantiation of Augustine’s “Just War” (timely since I was up for the draft and he wasn’t).

    He failed me for the paper and the course. I appealed to the Dean, on scholarly merits of my paper,and received a revised grade of D+ for the paper and C- for the course. Wrecked my GPA. But I never complained to the Dean about his abuse.

    So don’t wag your hubris around denying the plausibility of a hostile prof as depicted in “God’s Not Dead”.

    I lived it kid, you just saw the trailer.

  • March 26, 2014 at 1:01pm

    Go for it. Wolfe provided his references, you provide yours.

  • March 26, 2014 at 12:57pm

    Silly boys, throwing their money away like that…

    Didn’t Sibelius already accomplish this goal with the ACA website?

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