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Posts by Jim Scott

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  • A top Shariah lawyer’s stunning response to the question: ‘Is there such a thing as moderate Islam?’

    02/26/2015 6:50:40 AM PST · 12 of 20
    Jim Scott to fredericbastiat1
    Unfortunately, the majority of Americans are oblivious to the true nature of Islam. In addition, our constitution gives Islam cover on First Amendment grounds. People tend to avoid attacking a 'religion'.

    Thus, Islam presents a benign face to the unaware (e.g. CAIR) and those who see it for what it is are often considered the 'extremists', at least by the complicit media.

    This kind of interview is enlightening but won't is not likely to receive much attention.

  • An A-to-Z guide to the new PC

    02/21/2015 12:34:21 PM PST · 4 of 16
    Jim Scott to aquila48

    Hilarious ridicule of Political Correctness. A codification of leftist dogma that attempts to neutralize language until many perfectly good words lose all meaning. Language is twisted until it fits the weird contours of leftist ideology that, as always, has little connection to reality.

  • Why did Obama Compare Crusades to Islamic State at Prayer Breakfast?

    02/06/2015 6:49:53 AM PST · 19 of 67
    Jim Scott to lbryce
    Atheists have always used ancient religious wars to smear Christianity and religion in general. Today, Obama and other apologists for Islamic jihad use the Crusades - waged in response to Muslim aggression and conquest - to claim a moral equivalency between Muslim savagery and Christianity. A moral equivalency that never existed.

    Although many died over the centuries as a result of overly-ambitious leaders using Christianity as their justification for war and killing, none of that reflects the teaching and commands of Jesus.

    The Muslim holy book, the Qu'ran, has Islams founder, Muhammad, teaching violence and the subjugation of those who refuse the message of Islam. Jesus instructed his Apostles to bring the good news of salvation to all but if rejected - as it often was - to shake the dust of that town off their sandals and move on, not draw a sword and begin slaughtering 'infidels'. The difference is stark and had Obama ever opened a bible, which is highly doubtful, he would know this, as most Christians do but Muslims do not.

  • Yes, Radical Islam Is a Serious Threat to America: Bobby Jindal Responds to Washington Post

    02/05/2015 9:02:52 AM PST · 4 of 13
    Jim Scott to SeekAndFind
    Well stated rebuttal from Governor Jindal to Michael Gerson.

    Gerson has apparently joined the ranks of the deliberately obtuse deniers of the existential threat of radical Islam and the realization that it must be defeated, not appeased and excused, as a Hillary Clinton would have us do.

    This cogent response from Bobby Jindal will be ignored by the MSM but it certainly resonates with those who are aware that we are re-living the run-up to WWII with the factor of Iran developing a nuclear weapon making a united military response even more urgent.

  • Who We Are... and Who Barack Obama Is Not

    01/30/2015 11:01:13 AM PST · 4 of 17
    Jim Scott to jfd1776
    Superb delineation of the vast differences between America and it's current president.

    That Barack Hussein Obama is the current president will be a paradox historians will chew over for decades...if we survive him.

  • Jeb Bush on gay marriage: Couples making lifetime commitments to each other deserve respect

    01/06/2015 1:19:14 PM PST · 24 of 158
    Jim Scott to 2ndDivisionVet
    Jeb Bush is staking his claim for GOP establishment approval, and he'll very likely get it.

    What the ever-compassionate and understanding Jeb Bush won't get is the votes of millions of traditional Republicans who see his comments as simply pandering to the left via his positions on gays and illegal immigrants.

    For those folks, Jeb Bush is a non-starter. If this man is the best the Republican establishment has to offer, I'll pass.

  • 400,000 Letters On Their Way To Congress In An Effort To Dump John Boehner As Speaker

    12/23/2014 12:22:09 PM PST · 3 of 26
    Jim Scott to cotton1706

    If the spineless and complicit John Boehner is re-elected Speaker, as is predicted, we’ll know beyond any shadow of a doubt or even cautious optimism that elections now mean nothing and congress is no longer accountable to the people.

  • Chris Rock tells white people to own the actions of their ancestors

    12/02/2014 7:07:00 AM PST · 30 of 93
    Jim Scott to bestintxas
    Chris Rock has made a lucrative career (net worth: 70 million dollars) out of playing the 'angry black man' and this is just another act in an attempt to remain relevant. Who cares what this clown thinks?
  • The Politics of Victor J. Massad

    11/23/2014 12:13:13 PM PST · 10 of 43
    Jim Scott to mystery-ak
    Victor Massad makes a credible point; apparently Bill Cosby was a serial adulterer and so was Bill Clinton. However, Cosby, although a staunch Democrat, is seeing his name and reputation destroyed at age 77 while Bill Clinton is a star in the Democrat party.

    Cosby gets no sympathy from me but the article makes the point that Cosby going off the plantation to tell blacks that they need to stop doing drug, being promiscuous and acting like thugs to get out of the ghetto and take advantage of the opportunities this country has to offer. His refusal to keep the blacks-are-all-victims lie going is likely the reason he has been targeted for destruction. It is a warning to any other entertainers that might decided to tell blacks the truth. It will likely be effective.

    If Bill Cosby, a well-liked black entertainer with a wildly successful 50-year career, now 77 and worth 400 million dollars, can be destroyed, so can anyone the left decides to target, no matter how rich and famous or how much of a loyal Democrat they may be.

  • Well, Obama issued executive amnesty: Will Republicans stand for it?

    11/21/2014 6:59:51 AM PST · 12 of 39
    Jim Scott to SleeperCatcher
    Republican's inaction to rein in Obama over the past six years has brought us to this sad juncture in our nations history where the president has now willfully and arrogantly ignored his constitutional limits by granting a form of amnesty to millions of illegal aliens.

    Obama knows full well the supine Republican leadership will make a lot of noise but effectively accomplish little. Despite the recent election Obama has re-taken control of the government because his ideology (and ego) drives him while the Republican 'leadership' is to comfortable with the status quo to seriously attempt stopping Obama.

    Welcome to the U.S. Banana Republic.

  • McConnell unveils plan to dismantle ObamaCare

    11/06/2014 10:59:44 AM PST · 21 of 158
    Jim Scott to afraidfortherepublic
    Mitch McConnell knows that Obama will veto any Bill repealing the ACA and it is highly doubtful that he could get enough Democrat votes to override a presidential veto.

    Although suspicion is understandable, McConnell's plan for dismantling the ACA seems practical - for now. However, the full repeal of Obamacare must never be taken off the table and the voters must make that clear to McConnell and the congressional Republicans.

    Assuming a Republican president is in the White House in 2017, Obamacare must be repealed! No excuses.

  • Sarah Palin: CNN apology not accepted

    10/25/2014 12:51:34 PM PDT · 14 of 63
    Jim Scott to Dr. Thorne
    Yet another example, should more still be needed, of the left's simmering hatred for the white middle class, as represented by Sarah Palin and her family (yes, the Palin's are wealthy, now, but were in the economic middle class for most of their lives and retain traditional middle class values).

    CNN dropped another few steps on the stairway to news network perdition, preceded by MSNBC and soon to be followed by the broadcast networks.

  • Democrat Rep: ‘You Don’t Have a Right to Know’ What’s Going on in Your Government

    10/23/2014 6:42:01 AM PDT · 14 of 32
    Jim Scott to Apple Pan Dowdy
    Eleanor Holmes Norton is the epitome of stupidity that is rampant in congress, today. Calling this woman a political hack is an insult to political hacks.

    Like so many Democrats, she is eager to part of the ruling elite and treat her fellow citizens as serfs. That she is even a non-voting member of congress is an embarrassment to both congress and the District of Columbia she 'represents'.

  • Unrepentant Ted Cruz Calls Democrats the ‘Radical Party’

    09/27/2014 10:19:49 AM PDT · 10 of 55
    Jim Scott to SoConPubbie
    Thank God for Senator Ted Cruz!

    One of those very rare politicians that speak truth and don't apologize for doing so. I hope he runs for president in 2016. It would be the opportunity to demolish the 'establishment' wing of the GOP once and for all, as they will do everything to stop Cruz. He'll win, anyway.

  • Small Vermont Town Latest Sad Example of Oversensitivity Epidemic

    08/29/2014 6:12:45 AM PDT · 4 of 22
    Jim Scott to Kaslin
    From the article:

    City manager Katherine Decarreau tingled with glee as she celebrated the stifling of free expression on the altar of contrived offense. "The cool part of living in a diverse community is that it's not always comfortable,” she said. “It’s a fascinating place with lots of opportunities for conversation.”

    This willful surrender to the complaint of a Muslim about a sign that advertised bacon and the town manager's dopey response that reeks with politically correctness is both amusing as it reflects the insanity of the left in America and sad as it also reflects the rapid erosion of our constitutional right to free speech, taken incrementally, one piece at a time.

    That this incident was motivated by a Muslim complaining about a sign advertising bacon (on public property) indicates how easy it is to intimidate Americans with PC rubbish. So much for the joys of multiculturalism.

  • Jimmy Carter leads the Democrat charge for anti-Semitism

    08/06/2014 6:23:39 AM PDT · 8 of 18
    Jim Scott to Impala64ssa

    American Jews should have noticed the dozens of Democrat daggers sticking out of their backs by now.

  • Bobby Jindal is playing politics with Common Core, Louisiana students: Editorial

    08/03/2014 11:54:15 AM PDT · 10 of 14
    Jim Scott to Oldeconomybuyer
    Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is waking up late but at least he is waking up to the attempt by the federal government to control the state's school curriculum via 'Common Core'. A rigid teaching system that precludes much critical thinking and is camouflaged as 'state run' when it is actually federally run using federal 'standards'. Local input is pretty much non-existent. Its a con by the left. Jindal is right to fight it.
  • Fast food workers prepare to escalate wage demands (Let's destroy the few remaining jobs!)

    07/25/2014 6:21:51 AM PDT · 5 of 37
    Jim Scott to E. Pluribus Unum

    Automation will eliminate most of the fast-food jobs and this demand for salaries far above the workers value to the business will simply accelerate that inevitability. Idiots.

  • The Blumenthal “Kill Them Later and Later” Bill

    07/18/2014 6:47:39 AM PDT · 6 of 12
    Jim Scott to Kaslin
    Richard Blumenthal is one of my state's senators. Chris Murphy is the other. Both are hardcore leftists in a deep 'blue' state where their re-election is essentially guaranteed.

    This is why the Democrats use people like Bluementhal, a notorious publicity hound when he was Connecticut Attorney General, to originate this kind of evil legislation. No matter what they do, they don't have to fear being turned out when they next run for re-election and both Blumenthal and Murphy know it, as does their corrupt party.

    I hope enough senators see the growing public revulsion to abortion and refuse to sign on to, much less pass this Bill. I suspect that, realizing the Democrats are about to lose control of the senate, we'll see lots of terrible legislation such as this in the next few months and a blizzard of it right after the November 4th election as Democrats attempt to ram unwanted laws down our throats as they depart the senate.

    This Bill is who they really are - and it is revolting.

  • The Wisdom of Divided Government

    07/02/2014 7:09:51 AM PDT · 2 of 10
    Jim Scott to Kaslin

    Well put, Dr. Carson.

  • North Carolina Students Can Now Pray At School, Mention God In Assignments

    06/28/2014 5:10:16 AM PDT · 3 of 40
    Jim Scott to ilovesarah2012
    Very encouraging news from North Carolina!

    It's long past time to push back on the left's assault on religious expression in public schools and elsewhere. This is a great start that we can hope will encourage other states to consider similar common-sense legislation pertaining to the right of public school students to reference God in their essays or form voluntary religious clubs devoted to prayer, worship and good works.

    The secular left has had it their way for decades as religious expression was forbidden in public schools as if it were toxic. I believe our nation has been diminished because of their 'success'. Let's fight back!

  • BREAKING: Desperate Dems Fear “All-But-Certain” Impeachment if GOP Takes Senate

    06/27/2014 6:37:28 AM PDT · 19 of 101
    Jim Scott to PoloSec

    Establishment Republicans impeach The First Black President?

    Dream on.

  • Georgia On My Mind: Steyn's Song of the Week

    06/09/2014 1:06:19 PM PDT · 7 of 14
    Jim Scott to mojito
    Great Mark Steyn piece that gives both Ray Charles and Hoagy Carmichael their due for a song (and performance) that helped Ray's career reach another level of greatness.

    Ray had recently left Atlantic Records and signed with ABC Paramount when this recording was released. 'Georgia' was included on his first album for ABC: 'The Genius Hits The Road'.

    Radio stations loved it because, in 1960, most of the big AM stations were still controlled by middle-aged men who were never comfortable with rock and roll. Ray Charles, then only 30, and best known for his blues/rock style, was eagerly accepted as a 'mainstream' performer when he released this mournful ballad backed by what sounds like a few dozen violins. It wasn't exactly rock and roll but, thanks to Ray's soulful rendition of the old song, America liked it and radio play helped make the song #1 in late 1960.

    Ray would have other hit records, including the catchy 'call and response' pop song from 1961: 'Hit The Road, Jack'. Still, 'Georgia' remains Ray's signature song for those who were listening to the radio back in 1960.

  • Canada On Verge of Banning Christians from Professional Life

    05/30/2014 6:37:13 AM PDT · 2 of 24
    Jim Scott to SJackson
    A preview of what will soon be coming to America.

    This must not be allowed to take root in our pluralistic society. Our constitution provides people of all faiths the free practice of their religion.

    If this kind of licensing restriction can be put on those who believe in Jesus, why not those who believe in 'Allah'?

  • The Five: Unlike Hillary, Palin Was Fair Game to Media Because She’s ‘Not Human’

    05/21/2014 11:18:09 AM PDT · 7 of 31
    Jim Scott to 2ndDivisionVet
    Sarah Palin is a Christian conservative that revels in a physically challenging lifestyle and that is absolutely foreign to the media elites.

    Palin's stable marriage, her obvious love for her children and most of all, her conservative political views, made her 'fair game' for the leftist character assassins because she was, in their jaundiced view, an alien creature that warranted elimination before she influenced others.

    Palin was gravely wounded in one sense but recovered and if not a viable political candidate right now, may yet be. Especially as America feels the pain of the socialist schemes being foisted upon us by Obama and the Democrats.

  • He called me Uncle Tom, but most just call me Mister C

    05/12/2014 12:37:38 PM PDT · 4 of 23
    Jim Scott to Kaslin

    Succinctly and forcefully stated. Thank you, Mister Cain.

  • George H.W. Bush Given Courage Award For 1990 Tax Hikes

    05/05/2014 11:42:51 AM PDT · 9 of 26
    Jim Scott to nickcarraway
    As I understand it, the congressional Democrats made a deal with President G.H.W. Bush to cut spending if he would raise some taxes. He agreed. Of course, the Democrats reneged on the spending cuts but not until Bush had committed to the tax hikes.

    Then, in '92, the Democrats pilloried Bush for 'lying' (in the '88 campaign) when he had stated 'read my lips, no new taxes'. Bush lost his re-election bid.

    Now, a quarter-century later, the former president, 90 next month, is given an 'award' for 'courage' by the left. In effect, President Bush is being mocked and the concept of a Republican raising your taxes celebrated.

    Too bad the always-polite Bush didn't tell them where they could put their 'award'.

  • In Shadow Of Probe, Rowland Leaves As WTIC Talk-Show Host

    04/11/2014 1:09:15 PM PDT · 7 of 9
    Jim Scott to Biggirl

    After the humiliation of his jail time followed by a surprising rehabilitation as a WTIC-AM radio host, I assumed Rowland had learned his lesson. Apparently not. This latest scandal indicates that Rowland is inherently corrupt. With that understanding, I’ve lost all interest in the career of the former governor. Let the chips fall where they may.

  • One Person Claps for Obama at The Hague

    03/27/2014 2:25:23 PM PDT · 14 of 25
    Jim Scott to Kaslin
    Obama and his feckless foreign policy of appeasement and 'leading from behind' (far behind) is not only weakening the U.S. but in doing so he is alienating allies, emboldening enemies and making much of the world nervous because whatever they may complain about regarding America, they realize that up until now, our nation has often been the only thing between chaos and stability in the world. Under Obama, that is drifting away, by design.

    Ironically for the narcissist Obama, his deliberate show of weakness is reflecting badly on him more than anything. Hence, the tepid reception to his latest puff of wind. He deserves the disdain.

  • High court to weigh limits of religious liberty in O-Care case

    03/23/2014 2:49:44 PM PDT · 11 of 32
    Jim Scott to 353FMG
    Is it true that muzzies are exempted from signing up to Zerocare? If so, why?

    Not specifically. However, the law has a exemption provision for those adherents of a religion that has a 60-year (or longer) history and traditionally rejects any form of insurance including Social Security (the Amish, for instance). Muslims may well apply for this exemption and have it granted but not yet as that would trigger even more backlash against the Unaffordable Care Act.

  • Gingrich: As soon as 2016 is about substance, Hillary starts losing support, literally, overnight

    03/23/2014 2:31:42 PM PDT · 16 of 52
    Jim Scott to Din Maker
    Gingrich has a point but the same could have been said of Barack Obama in 2008 - and he won the election. Voters rarely focus on substance but on perception.

    However, Hillary has little going for her but a fading political cachet and the fact that her election as president would be - all together now -'historic'. Voters did that once with Obama and may not want to gamble again following his tremendous disappointment for many young voters.

    As always, Hillary's success or failure will have a lot to do with who the Republican party nominates. Another RINO and she likely wins it. A real conservative opponent and she may flounder and fail, as she should.

  • Pelosi Laughably Claims Democrats Are The Jobs Party (She's beyond help)

    03/22/2014 1:04:58 PM PDT · 36 of 49
    Jim Scott to jazusamo

    If the Democrats plan to run on a ‘jobs’ platform and embracing Obamacare, they are toast. However, San Fran Nan Pelosi is part of the Washington, D.C. ‘bubble’. Politicians in ‘safe’ seats that live an alternate universe where they are ‘royalty’ and we’re peons. Most congressional Democrats have to live in the real world and they are, unfortunately, not quite stupid enough to pretend Obamacare is a big success and that the jobs that have not materialized under the Obama administration (five years and counting) have nothing to do with them - or their president. As the articles states: ‘good luck with that’.

  • John McCain Says Ted Cruz "Crossed a Line," Should Apologize to Bob Dole

    03/09/2014 12:08:17 PM PDT · 58 of 75
    Jim Scott to imardmd1
    As has been repeatedly mentioned in this thread, Ted Cruz was making the point that Republican candidates such as McCain, Romney and Dole were good and decent men but campaigned as 'me-too' Republicans against the Democrat. None of these GOP presidential candidates stood up for Republican First principles beyond lip service. They followed the 'moderate' template that assumes only a quasi-liberal 'Republican' can possibly hope to defeat a liberal Democrat, which was proven wrong in the 3 presidential contests McCain, Romney and Dole participated in.

    McCain bringing up the service record of Bob Dole and subtly implying Cruz insulted McCain, also, was a smokescreen to deflect the truth of what Cruz stated.

    If stating what millions of fed-up Republicans already know is being 'brash' and, in your opinion, requires 'correctional experiences' then the GOP is in serious trouble with conservatives. We've sat by and watched the alleged wise men of the party hierarchy effectively cede winnable elections to the Democrat while the Republican candidate 'took the high road' - to defeat. We're done with that and if the GOP insists on trying the same tactic and getting the same defeats, we're done with the Republican party and it's aversion to 'brash' senators who state the truth.

  • John McCain Says Ted Cruz "Crossed a Line," Should Apologize to Bob Dole

    03/08/2014 3:21:54 PM PST · 40 of 75
    Jim Scott to imardmd1

    Ted Cruz did not denigrate the military service of Dole or McCain. Their service does not give these men a pass on accountability for their failure to stand on Republican principle when they ran for president. McCain using Dole’s (and by association, his own) military service as a rationale to not criticize either man’s presidential campaign failures is as lame as McCain’s 2008 campaign.

  • Boehner on seeking reelection as speaker: ‘It won’t even be close’

    03/03/2014 1:13:43 PM PST · 9 of 36
    Jim Scott to maggief
    Boehner has been a weak, ineffectual Speaker. If he is re-elected, that will further define the Republican party as Democrat-Lite and not worthy of our votes.

    02/28/2014 2:11:59 PM PST · 25 of 178
    Jim Scott to Jim Robinson
    Sarah Palin is hardly the cluelss bumpkin the leftmedia and Washington elites try to portray. Her prescience regarding Obama's bumbling presidency, the Obamacare death panels and now, Russia's reaction to the uprising in the Ukraine are just some of the predictions Palin made five years ago that are proving true.

    Sarah Palin is astute and has the fortitude to take the left's flaming arrows and remain standing. Unfortunately, the voting public is not cognizant of Palins correct views and most likely assume she is what the leftmedia claim. Still, I hope she considers running for president as an independent because the RNC would make certain her candidacy never got past an announcement. Their loss, America's gain.

  • Left wing fascism grows. Harry Reid says woman cancer patients are faking it.

    02/28/2014 11:43:21 AM PST · 14 of 36
    Jim Scott to Starman417
    The people Reid refers to that have lost their medical insurance due to Obamacare, e.g. cancer victim Julie Boonstra, are definitely not lying. Fossilized Harry Reid is not only being (surprise!) harshly insensitive but slandering them and setting himself and, more importantly, his political party up for a huge blow back. I assume Reid is counting on the leftmedia to carry his water, ignore his slander and definitely ignore the victims of Obamacare. Fox News should make Julie Boonstra a household name and thus show Reid and the Democrats for the callous, insensitive, totalitarian thugs they are.

    02/26/2014 6:20:26 PM PST · 111 of 273
    Jim Scott to markomalley
    Jan Brewer ceased being anything close to conservative a long time ago. Even so, I've read that the Bill was written in a way that made it risky to sign as it would give Muslims the right to deny all kinds of services to 'infidels' (non-Muslims). If so, I can understand why Brewer didn't sign it.

    However, the leftmedia will, as always, play this a huge victory for 'gay rights' while ignoring the fact that citizen's religious convictions can be legally overridden without such a law (which needs to be carefully re-written and submitted to Governor Brewer.) Right now, it's a heads-they-win, tails-you-lose situation and not encouraging.

    The unseemly rush by opportunistic politicians to give homosexuals all kinds of special rights that trump others rights cannot end well for America.

  • Ted Cruz: 'I Don't Work for the Party Bosses in Washington' (VIDEO)

    02/21/2014 11:06:52 AM PST · 5 of 22
    Jim Scott to cotton1706

    Ted Cruz is absolutely correct in his stance on the debt ceiling and his dismissing the RNC hierarchy is refreshing. I like this guy more with every passing week.

  • How the GOP Sabotaged Marco Rubio, the Man Who Was Once Its Savior

    02/21/2014 11:03:23 AM PST · 8 of 53
    Jim Scott to nickcarraway
    Rubio mistakenly believed Krauhammer's assertion that backing 'immigration reform' (amnesty) would 'save' the GOP. Both were mistaken. The Republicans should propose securing the border first, with adequate funding, then worry about the rest of it - with no amnesty.

    Most Americans are not overly concerned with 'immigration reform'. This is a Democrat issue intended to (a) bash Republicans and, (b) gain Democrat voters by proposing amnesty (with lots of loopholes) for those already here. Rubio is permanently tainted and will likely never regain his 'star' status because the party base - conservatives - no longer trust him, for good reason.

  • Reagan Biographer Craig Shirley: GOP Resembles a Crime Family

    02/19/2014 11:48:04 AM PST · 7 of 29
    Jim Scott to xzins
    Although the specifics change, conservatives have known for a long time that the Washington D.C. power establishment is totally corrupt and that the establishment Republicans are just fine with expanding government power, as long as the GOP elites get their turn at running things.

    Despite the denials and attempts to portray the Tea Party as a fringe group that is irrelevant, it's obvious that the Tea Party is a threat to the GOP establishment and they are more than willing to see the corrupted IRS attack them any way possible to weaken the movement and discourage others from attempting to fight the GOP status quo, which works so well for the establishment elites.

    Have we had enough, yet? This should be the kind of 'news' that motivates Republican voters to 'throw the (establishment) bums out' (of congress) in November as they've long since abandoned any pretense of working for the people, much less defending conservative values.

  • Courant demands on gun enforcement present dilemma for state(CT gun ban)

    02/17/2014 3:08:18 PM PST · 8 of 17
    Jim Scott to marktwain
    Sure, you have a constitutional right to own a firearm, as long as it's the 'right' kind of firearm and the government knows exactly who you are and where you live. Too bad the criminals that actually commit the vast majority of gun crimes aren't in any database and can use their guns with relative impunity.
  • Thank You President Obama for Freeing Me

    02/16/2014 12:49:29 PM PST · 17 of 71
    Jim Scott to Kaslin
    This wickedly satirical piece sums up the idiocy of the Obama administration telling employees that are seeing their hours cut or job disappear entirely due to the Obamacare debacle, that not working (and qualifying for taxpayer-funded Obamacare 'subsidies') is some kind of 'liberation', which is insulting rubbish.

    When a society starts believing that it's parasites are noble then the people still working and footing the bills (via taxes) are made to look like fools. If too many workers decide to become takers then who will pay the costs? Apparently, leftists never ask that question, assuming that there will always be enough 'rich' to pay for 'government' handouts. This doesn't end well for anyone.

  • The Health Risks of Gay Sex

    02/10/2014 11:58:55 AM PST · 6 of 49
    Jim Scott to SoFloFreeper
    Excellent article that explains, in medical detail, why homosexual behavior (anal sex) is very risky, at best. Most of the leftists that cheer for 'gay rights' either have no idea what they are encouraging or do know and don't care because they want to support what they wish to believe are an 'oppressed minority', making the liberal supporter morally superior in their own eyes.

    Meanwhile, 'gay' rights are being used to trash natural heterosexual marriage by including a sexual perversion as equal in law (and inferred social acceptance) as natural sexual relations that marriage legalizes and religion approves in that context (marriage).

  • Father who punched a drug dealer he saw attacking a terrified woman is jailed for six years

    02/10/2014 11:49:38 AM PST · 15 of 47
    Jim Scott to Teotwawki
    Insane verdict and sentence. This man's life is likely ruined. How do you come back to a normal life and a decent job from a six-year prison sentence?

    The judge totally ignored the fact that the drug pusher 'victim' was beating a woman and instead, lectured the young man (Carl Neale) who tried to stop him with his fists - not a weapon - and succeeded. Yes, the injuries to the pusher-assailant were horrific but that doesn't make Neale deserving of a six-year prison sentence. At the least, it should have been suspended.

    Frankly, the prosecution was way too zealous in this case. If this is what is in store for the U.S., I don't want to live here. This is why the left must be opposed and defeated before we get so far afield that we can't come back to sanity. The U.K. is already hopeless.

  • The Media's Most Outrageous Olympic Outbursts: Ridiculing Republicans

    02/08/2014 4:22:52 PM PST · 3 of 13
    Jim Scott to Kaslin
    Bryant Gumbel lost credibility a long time ago. He is not only a leftist that sneers at the country that made him a millionaire but sees everything through a racial prism. He is buried on some HBO sports show that likely has few viewers and his slanted, often acerbic opinions are hardly relevant. The rest of the media are equally leftist and NBC is the worse.

    Like many Americans, I'm sick of hearing about gays and their so-called oppression in Russia. Frankly, I don't care. Putin is a hard core communist and just the kind of guy leftists should embrace. Too bad that he is also an authoritarian who sees homosexual behavior for what it is - a perversion. Let the lefties figure it out but stop whining about it. I doubt many Olympic Games viewers are all that interested. Are you listening Bob Costas?

  • BRUCE: Obamacare isn’t a train wreck, it’s a cancer

    02/07/2014 9:31:58 AM PST · 18 of 25
    Jim Scott to Lakeshark
    Tammy Bruce puts the Obamacare dilemma in stark, easily understandable terms: it's a cancer on the body politic. The ACA is a Trojan Horse intended to make us slaves to the federal government who can then finish stripping us of our constitutional rights. It must be repealed.

    The congressional Republicans are wimps and statists but with enough public pressure, as with the amnesty scam that Boehner has now backed away from, they can be persuaded to do the right thing, even against their own wishes. A threat to one's job security has that effect. The American people need to be making that threat and, in effect, saying enough is enough. If they do not, we are truly finished.

  • Joe Biden: Infrastructure, Not Personal Freedom, is Behind America’s Economic Dominance

    02/07/2014 6:49:01 AM PST · 13 of 17
    Jim Scott to SoFloFreeper

    Slow Joe Biden gets it wrong but then he wouldn’t be ‘Slow Joe’ if he ever got anything right. American’s economic freedom is a result of it’s founding structure that was built on the basis of individual freedom and this is why the U.S. has led the world economically since 1945 and continues to do so, despite Obama’s best efforts to thwart it via government intervention via regulation and taxes. Biden is just a dope.

  • Homosexual legal group in MA... to force Catholic school to hire man who's "married" to another man

    02/05/2014 12:37:44 PM PST · 9 of 22
    Jim Scott to Mrs. Don-o
    We all knew this was coming. As usual, the gay advocacy groups pretended that they wouldn't bother religious organizations. Noooo...of course not! "How dare you suggest such a thing! We just want our rights" yada, yada, yada.

    Churches based on the Word of God are an oasis of sanity so the gay advocacy groups have to co-opt them by forcing them to accept homosexual 'couples' as employees despite the fact that the religion the church-affiliated groups were founded on proscribes homosexual behavior.

    It's another in-your-face attempt by the gay lobby to force 'acceptance' of homosexual behavior on the nation by using every legal means available. The anti-discrimination laws are the perfect tool for these people to misuse in order to force religious organizations to accept what is a sin to them and to do it under the force of law. It's diabolical - and no surprise. I pray they lose.

  • Jerry Seinfeld's Blunt Take on Diversity in Comedy: 'Who Cares?'

    02/05/2014 12:26:02 PM PST · 11 of 37
    Jim Scott to grundle
    Jerry Seinfeld is right to be annoyed when the PC police start whining about the number of 'minorities' on his show that interviews comedians. It's another example of how the PC 'diversity' mania has turned into a litmus test for everything. I suspect Seinfeld is a liberal but apparently he is fed up with the PC police counting how many professional black, brown and female comics he interviews about their craft and then taking him to task if the number doesn't match some predetermined percentage.

    I wish Seinfeld would have turned the tables and asked if anyone does the diversity calculations on the racial makeup in the NBA. Of course not because that would be 'racist'. Such is the hypocrisy of the PC crowd.