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Posts by Monorprise

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  • Congrats To Texas Dems For Turning Rosemary Lehmberg’s Drunk-Driving Conviction Into National News

    08/20/2014 4:48:52 PM PDT · 41 of 41
    Monorprise to Jane Long

    “Travis County is toxic.”

    That is actually the best part of this whole campaign, the way it makes fun of the Austin liberal Voters who regularly elect trash like this while going along with indictments. lol

    Austin is the trash of Texas where people go to leach off what little political power they can.

  • Congrats To Texas Dems For Turning Rosemary Lehmberg’s Drunk-Driving Conviction Into National News

    08/20/2014 4:43:44 PM PDT · 40 of 41
    Monorprise to dware

    Its a bit of a hail marry that seems almost stereo typically Texan in its boldness to challenge and and conservative in its demand that officer holders uphold the values they ask of the rest of us.

    I don’t know if Perry can pull it off either, but its an opportunity and I agree with Perry not passing it up, hes not likely to get a better one down the line.

  • Column defending cops in Ferguson sparks online fury

    08/20/2014 4:37:57 PM PDT · 61 of 71
    Monorprise to demshateGod

    Hes right thou, do what he tells you to do, and don’t try to attack him. You will in theory get a chance to defend yourself later.

    Otherwise its going to be a fight right then and there, and your probably not going to be equipment to win that fight, nor will you see the end of it if somehow you did.

  • Why Don't Police Shoot to Wound?

    08/20/2014 4:32:33 PM PDT · 118 of 125
    Monorprise to dirtboy

    You have to wonder if Liberals are capable of understanding the concept of self-defense.

    It seems no amount of clear evidence to the effect if of the officers self-defensive actions will settle a people already determined not only to convict him but not even to wait for an investigation.

    If the kid was shot in the black they would have a case, but he wasn’t, he was shot facing the cop, after a struggle.

  • Georgia County Won't Pay Medical Bills for Toddler injured in drug raid (shortened)

    08/19/2014 3:58:31 PM PDT · 13 of 24
    Monorprise to Little Ray

    Not so sure that is fair, but this is a Georgia County matter.

    As a General printable i think police militarization is nothing more than provoking Americans with the ever increasing reality that the police force is now starting to look and function more and more like a regular army of occupational, rather than an interactive civilian response force.

    This I think is a very much un-american if not alarming trend. Police officers are not suppose to act or be armed like military soldiers. Police officers are suppose to be interactive members of the community, not distant and disengaged observers only concerned with their Government’s will, and not the community around them, that is the historic position of a soldiers not a police man.

    Thus as our police forces start looking as well as acting more and more like occupying soldiers, they not only become less effective as police officers but more a threat to their community.

    Whenever the Local Government is in need of an army they should rely upon the State National Guard. That is no small part of the reason we have such a military force.

    There is no legitimate excuse for building an army out of the police force. Police men must know their community personally, not simply carelessly patrol it.

  • Ebola patients flee armed attack on Liberian isolation ward

    08/18/2014 6:00:02 PM PDT · 82 of 88
    Monorprise to CMB_polarization

    “Mmm ... sounds like something Boko Haram would do.”
    Why is he nuts or just stupit?
    Why would someone attack and rob an Ebola isolation ward?
    Real criminal mastermind there, steal the equipment and the deadly virus.

  • Ebola patients flee armed attack on Liberian isolation ward

    08/18/2014 6:00:02 PM PDT · 81 of 88
    Monorprise to CMB_polarization

    “Mmm ... sounds like something Boko Haram would do.”
    Why is he nuts or just stupit?
    Why would someone attack and rob an Ebola isolation ward?
    Real criminal mastermind there, steal the equipment and the deadly virus.

  • Cliven Bundy vs. Ferguson’s peaceful demonstrators: A tale of two protests (Perfect pretzel logic)

    08/18/2014 5:50:38 PM PDT · 19 of 27
    Monorprise to 2ndDivisionVet

    Washington Invaded Nevada in a grossly disproportional overreaction that seemed almost designed to inspire a land revolt, over an issue that has been building in the western states for 40+ years.

    They could have just arrested Cliven Bundy with a few officers, but instead they stole his cattle and bring in an army to occupy his land. That was either an act of political corruption for the benefit of Harry Reid’s business partners or it was simply being stupid and belligerent.

    Ferguson’s conflict was presumably local mob riled up on the presumable account of some claim of injustice, yet to even be tried or investigated. This stands in stark contrast with the Cliven Bundy case where the federal employees in black robes already sided with their employer, thus from Bundy’s and many western’s perspective there was no more justice to be had at the uneven hand of the fed’s own employees. They had already made their unfair and unjust choice.

    Honestly i think the Mob in Ferguson were only interested in the chance to loot and pillage lawlessly as the dead kid had apparently tried to do, before being stopped by the cop, and rightly or wrongly killed while resisting arrest.

  • Obama sending attorney general Holder to Missouri

    08/18/2014 5:30:05 PM PDT · 72 of 91
    Monorprise to VRWC For Truth

    “Get Whitey Holder is a raciss clown.”
    Indeed he is, I don’t think Obama find’s the violence in Missouri big enough for him.

  • Obama sending attorney general Holder to Missouri

    08/18/2014 5:27:10 PM PDT · 71 of 91
    Monorprise to mojito

    “What a calming influence “Hate Whitey” Holder will have on the situation.
    As seen on Drudge.”

    LoL.. well we should all look on the bright side, its better their than here.

  • Washington is divided Because it has Abandoned Federalism

    08/18/2014 5:22:24 PM PDT · 20 of 24
    Monorprise to Jacquerie

    I think with Obama’s efforts at effecting demographic replacement of our population by facilitating the invasion from the south. The days of America are indeed numbered. We don’t succeeded we will soon enough be made aliens in our own homes.

  • Washington is divided Because it has Abandoned Federalism

    08/18/2014 5:20:07 PM PDT · 19 of 24
    Monorprise to Jacquerie

    “<> Federalism is the only way to deal with a diverse people and economy in freedom and justice.<>
    That is the best single sentence explanation I’ve read on the need for a return of the states to the senate. Be sure to save it!”

    If you like it take it and uses it as your own. There are no copywriters on political speech. Honestly I’ve heard and made better, but to each his own.

  • NY Fed: Firms 'widely' see Obamacare boosting health costs

    08/18/2014 5:09:00 PM PDT · 5 of 7
    Monorprise to Oldeconomybuyer

    Not a surprise given the demographics of New York, the numbers don’t lie, even thou many of theses businesses are no doubt still in denial.

    What is really funny is the last survey where more than 4 times as many businesses are dropping insurance coverage as adding it.

    I wouldn’t call this sad, as generally health insurance is a inventive market force, but it is unfortunate for everyone who has so much invested already in the insurance system(having payed premiums for decades, rather than saving).

  • Washington is divided Because it has Abandoned Federalism

    08/18/2014 3:41:52 PM PDT · 14 of 24
    Monorprise to Jacquerie

    Liberals respect anther people to live by the laws of their own making? Never!

    That is completely contrary to the very central primis of modern ‘liberalism’ which is just a dressed up form of centralized totalitarianism. Modern liberals are in bed with political tyrants, because those tyrants offer them bread and circus as other people’s expense.

  • Washington is divided Because it has Abandoned Federalism

    08/18/2014 3:33:11 PM PDT · 13 of 24
    Monorprise to Jacquerie

    I could hardly agree more. Federalism is the only way to deal with a diverse people and economy in freedom and justice.

  • National Guard Ordered Onto Streets of Ferguson, Missouri

    08/18/2014 3:30:14 PM PDT · 226 of 230
    Monorprise to TigerClaws

    I guess pulling the police force out didn’t work.

    If the cop killed an unarmed boy for unjust reasons he should be prosecuted, if he was justified he should at least be suspended to recover from his own trauma.

    Either way theses looters and riots, and so called ‘protesters’ have no legitimate reason to tear up that town. The truth will come out and it will be delt with, you don’t there is no justice in committing crimes against other people.

  • Stop calling abortion a ‘difficult decision’

    08/18/2014 3:13:11 PM PDT · 23 of 24
    Monorprise to HerrBlucher

    indeed we could perfectly frame that text to graphic of an woman trying to drown her own babies.

    When anther person’s life is of so little importance that you can justify ending it on a whim of personal inconvenience your psychotic. This woman, Janet Harris is psychotic!

  • Stop calling abortion a ‘difficult decision’

    08/18/2014 3:09:15 PM PDT · 22 of 24
    Monorprise to SeekAndFind

    So said the pre-meditated murder “It was a difficult division but i figured my life was better off without theirs.”

  • Texas Gov. Rick Perry indicted, faces 99 years if convicted (Video)

    08/18/2014 2:58:03 PM PDT · 42 of 44
    Monorprise to Vaduz

    Democrats discrase themselves in office, and then have the balls to sue Perry for doing the right thing?

    Tell me how does a DA prosecute someone in good faith for crimes they themselves have not only commuted but attempted to abuse their own power to get out of?

    I think the Democrats stepped in it here, and Perry aut to make this woman’s disgracefulness behavior known as the reason he lawfully vetoed funding for her department.

    Democrats have a real problem in the realm of greedy grasping on to power no matter the cost to the honor, and legitimacy of their position.

    This woman’s office should be as reduced in funds as it has been reduced in honor and legitimacy by the hypocrite who refuses to step down from running it.

    She clearly doesn’t care about the law, so why should Texans care to fund her ‘efforts’ to enforce it?

  • Texas Gov. Rick Perry indicted, faces 99 years if convicted (Video)

    08/18/2014 2:51:06 PM PDT · 41 of 44
    Monorprise to nathanbedford

    No he should be playing this democratic stupidity up. Insult democrats for not having the decency to step down after betraying their office as hypocrites.

    If this woman wants a national case about her own abuse of power and refusal to step down for the Good of her office. Perry should give it to her.

    Perry did the right thing, and he should state it proudly, by pointing out that Democrats have no decency and greedy hold on to power no matter how much they have discrase their office.


    08/18/2014 2:45:14 PM PDT · 50 of 50
    Monorprise to outofsalt

    “Rosemary Lehmberg and Rick Perry should have a beer summit!
    You now.., settle their differences...”

    Then Perry would have to arrange ‘special’ transportation get Rosemary home. Doesn’t look that that’s the sort of woman that is willing to give up her keys after he drinks her under the table.


    08/18/2014 2:38:10 PM PDT · 49 of 50
    Monorprise to I want the USA back

    I’m having a hard time taking this seriously. Why would anyone think you can sue a governor for doing his job and vetoing an appropriations bill?

    it’s not like Perry is behaving like President Obama and just refusing to enforce passed laws. The law never passed period! it was vetoed. Where is the case? Why would anyone take theses crazy George Sorroist funded political action group seriously?

    Theses George Sorros employees are loontics.


    08/17/2014 3:50:04 PM PDT · 122 of 142
    Monorprise to Jim Robinson

    What is wrong with seeing a video of a man’s actions, are we not to know what sort of ‘innocent’ man was allegedly shot?

  • Store Owners 'Use Their Own Guns' As Police Back Away In Ferguson

    08/17/2014 3:47:32 PM PDT · 149 of 149
    Monorprise to manc

    A logical conclusion, if a black population won’t tolerate a police force doing its job they will just have to live without police and businesses which depend upon police protection.

    Let them find their own solution to the criminal problems. But also let them be warned that police will remain in non-black areas where they are wanted.

    Commit crimes here and we will have justice and your not going to complain about how it is handled.

  • A black president couldn’t stop the Ferguson race riots

    08/17/2014 2:50:33 PM PDT · 58 of 80
    Monorprise to pallis

    “Black militancy and savagery has grown exponentially since Obama’s election. It’s exactly what should be expected from a community organizer whose stock in trade is creating anger and discontent where none existed, or where it will only make matters worse.”

    That is a good observation and explication. Notice how Obama doesn’t wait for a legal investigation and expiation he just jumps to a conclusion that could only fan unwarranted flaims.

    As president Obama can’t even claim he doesn’t trust the investigative system. He could easily order a special investigation, even a lawless one, as being lawful seems to have little appeal to the present man in the oval office.

    But no he chooses to incite unwarranted anger that can only lead to bloodshed and violence. This is an example of where Obama seems bent upon leading only for ciaos and injustice.

  • A black president couldn’t stop the Ferguson race riots

    08/17/2014 2:45:39 PM PDT · 57 of 80
    Monorprise to fatnotlazy

    Looting and burning is what their really after i think sadly enough.

    A chance to steal and destroy.

  • A black president couldn’t stop the Ferguson race riots

    08/17/2014 2:43:50 PM PDT · 56 of 80
    Monorprise to yarddog

    This British anther doesn’t seems to have ever lived among blacks or heard what they teach their young.

    What we have here is the result of Generations of cultural indoctrination towards entitlement and irresponsibility.

    Blacks make up a large bulk of the prison population for one simple reason they commit the most crimes. This is a direct result of the entitlement and victim ideology that dominates their culture, and has destroyed their family.

    In many ways the black community represents the Social politics of the Democratic party put into practice in its most pure form. Theses same politics have quite logically lead to a culture that is predisposed towards this evil, a culture that is constantly destroying itself.

  • A black president couldn’t stop the Ferguson race riots

    08/17/2014 2:25:29 PM PDT · 53 of 80
    Monorprise to 2ndDivisionVet

    “”Peaceful demonstrations turned into looting”.....

    “And it may continue. That’s probably because it’s driven by a deep, deep anger that will take a long time to calm.”

    Sounds to me like its driven by criminal entitlement opportunism.

    Senses when does a ‘legitimate protest’ turn to looting?

  • Gov. Rick Perry indicted for abuse of power for carrying out threat to veto prosecutors' funds

    08/16/2014 5:31:36 AM PDT · 195 of 257
    Monorprise to Ann Archy

    Still its really is sad when the left thinks their so entitled to spending other people’s money that they should actually sue you if you don’t approve of spending money their way.

  • Wife Stabs Husband In The Neck, Police Arrive And Take All His Guns

    08/15/2014 3:02:39 PM PDT · 20 of 63
    Monorprise to bamahead

    “Multiple law enforcement agencies were called to the scene to help confiscate the collection, and Mr. Lintner was charged with causing or risking widespread injury or damage for possessing more than 30 pounds of black powder. He pleaded not guilty”

    The State of New Jersey should be charged with thief.

  • European Union slaps new, stronger sanctions on Russia

    08/14/2014 1:58:56 PM PDT · 89 of 89
    Monorprise to Paul R.

    I will not deny that there has been a rather drastic shift away from global peace and stability and towards anarchy, war, and atrocities in the last 6 years of the Obama policy.

    I also do not deny the essences of the Obama policy being mostly what I described as being the primary cause.

    I would still however insist upon the former treaty process, not the mere word of Presidents and the prepetulay corrupt State department’s words/’assurances’. It is not wise to invest such power and reliability in such corruptible offices.

    So you see it is not that we shouldn’t encourage stability and defend allies, its that we MUST do it thou the constitutional process if it is to be respected as binding. Otherwise people like Obama will be using that same word to push his social agenda around the world.

    I would however point out that Russia would not have taken Crimea if the Ukraine had such an alliance with anther nuclear power. The Ukraine should have insisted upon a treaty which presumably means giving up something more valuable to us than just their nuclear weapons.

  • Group plans to occupy Ted Cruz’s Houston office for ‘bullying’ undocumented immigrants

    08/14/2014 1:49:53 PM PDT · 115 of 115
    Monorprise to DiogenesLamp

    This is like the British occupying James Madison’s ‘white house’ in 1812 for his objection to their invasion.

    Which indolently the British did.

  • Ann Coulter: We have no choice but to vote for these Republicans, including the crap-ass ones

    08/13/2014 3:56:14 PM PDT · 72 of 82
    Monorprise to SeekAndFind

    We will be “boycotting” every republican eelection untill the end of time if republicans open the flood gates toward replacing us as a people.

    Its quite simple, We will live in a country occupied by a collation of Foreigners and the traitorous left that invited them.

    In other-words we won’t have a country, and there won’t be a republican party, EVER! The party will be dead by its own hand, and we would be well advised to abandon it’s sinking hulk in favor of something new and unbranded by the only true racist in this country.

  • American Bar Assoc Ups Ante on “Preventing Gun Violence”

    08/13/2014 3:51:02 PM PDT · 17 of 18
    Monorprise to rktman

    So why has any Conservative Gun rights supporter every given anything but the thumbs down to lawyers and would be judges supported by the “American Bar Association”?

    Its clearly a democrat advocacy organization.

  • Brady Campaign loses lawsuit against Armslist (a gun classified ad site)

    08/13/2014 3:47:39 PM PDT · 8 of 9
    Monorprise to rktman

    We have to win a thousand of theses every day just to maintain our position against the relentless and well funded Leftist lobbying orgizations.

    We can either go on the attack with our own organization just as aggressive and well funded as theirs or this is going to basically be a defensive(thus doomed to be lost) war.

    Unfortunately with the Federal Constitution now all but dead(Thank Roberts) this is very much an open battle field from now till the ‘democracy’ that has been substituted for our Constitutional republic.

  • European Union slaps new, stronger sanctions on Russia

    08/13/2014 3:44:09 PM PDT · 86 of 89
    Monorprise to Paul R.

    I’ve been made aware of them, recently althou im not sure if I feel they were made in good Faith. I am not now nor have I ever been a proponent of nuclear disarmament. The Genies is out of the bottle, we need to learn to deal with that. To that end I’m not yet sure if I’m incline to back up such assurances.

    The only thing i’m certain of is that they were in fact just ‘promises’ made by an otherwise faithless Washington, so i really don’t think their worth the paper their written on anyway. Only a treaty ratified by Congress is binding.

  • Something’s Going On in Kansas: Senator Pat Roberts Finds Himself in a Tight Race

    08/13/2014 3:26:19 PM PDT · 29 of 32
    Monorprise to pfony1

    I guess the people of Kansas are just tried of the cheapskate RINO argument for voting for a man who happens to steal the republican nomination yet acts like a Democrat.

    Its the same Problem in South Carolina with Lindsey Graham. The man is not a republican, or a conservative instead hes a 5th column giving Democrat extremism legitimacy while undermining our own cause.

    I hate to say it but I just can’t stumic voting for such a vicious traitor and call it compromise. Its not compromise at all its a leftist knife in our back. And people like Graham know it too, as most of his supporters are Democrats in Democrat areas voting in the republican primaries.

    The Same supporters who promptly swap their Graham signs for Democrat campaign signs as soon as the primary is over.

    Literally that’s EXACTLY what happened all over South Carolina come Primary day. How would you feel about voting for that kind of corruption? We don’t have fair elections in this State, not when the democrat pick our candidates, as well as their own.

  • Chicago police chief: Law-abiding gun owners corrupt, endanger public safety

    08/12/2014 4:43:04 PM PDT · 29 of 36
    Monorprise to LucianOfSamasota

    220 years of gun rights supporters are now suddenly called corrupt by the king of Corruption from the City of Corruption. How laughable is any who takes him serously.

  • Constitution Check: Can states exempt themselves from federal gun laws?

    08/12/2014 4:16:12 PM PDT · 63 of 63
    Monorprise to Dead Corpse

    Not involved in the Drafting of the Bill of rights,

    Nonetheless in my heart I agree with him on the 2nd amendment in printable.

    You see what he is saying is technically true of most all the Amendments. Congress did not before the ‘bill of rights’ have any right to make domestic laws on speech arms, search and secure, ect...

    The point of the ‘bill of rights’ was to see to it that they did not try a more pointless(’flexible’) ‘interpretation’ by their own hand picked employees and ignore the fact that they haven’t been given power to govern domestically.

    In the case of the 2nd amendment if taken out of its context it would even seem that in theory you could apply it to all governments. In practice however the 9th and 10th amendments make it clear that the context of the ‘Bill of rights’ is that of the Federal Constitution not the States or local governments.

    This is a good printable because people are very bit as capable of making State constitutions to address State Government excesses. The last thing we should want is a Federal Constitution providing a tool for uniform abuse, corruption, or dysfunction.

    William Rawle being a lawyer and Federal district attorney had very little intrest in the reserved rights of the people and their States.

  • The Irony of Writing Laws for Criminal Immigrants that Broke the Law to Get Here in the First Place

    08/12/2014 4:00:56 PM PDT · 3 of 3
    Monorprise to Oldeconomybuyer

    Line cutters not only want to break out in frount of everyone who does wait, but they want special political power too.’

    Theses line cutters are not acting like immigrants but invaders. They not acting like they wish to assimilate and live by the same rules as the rest of us they wish to take over and make their own rules to govern the rest of us.

    Is not that the defining behavior of an invader?

  • Latino Life: Living in 'Gringolandia'

    08/11/2014 6:24:29 PM PDT · 23 of 34
    Monorprise to Lurker

    Indeed it seemed everything about her article was a search for racism in others around here while her life seemed itself about a search for kin like herself.

  • Pope Francis calls for ARMED RESPONSE to defend Christians from Genocide

    08/11/2014 4:48:40 PM PDT · 122 of 185
    Monorprise to Enterprise

    Honestly i think when all is said and done the most remarkable thing about the Obama Admistration is not all that Obama did to drive America into the ground and didn’t do as the world fell apart. But rather his adoring press core’s propaganda machine to willfully ignore what is quite obviously some of the worse atrocities in human history overseas, and most obvious corruption and incompetent scew-ups in American history at home.

    Never has it been so Obvious that an entire generation of reporters were so completely in the pocket for one political party. It is as if they are putting their fingers in their ears singing to will the bad news to go away, less they feel compelled to mention it.

  • Conservatives are greatest threat to nation Obama suggests

    08/10/2014 12:09:31 PM PDT · 49 of 49
    Monorprise to afraidfortherepublic

    ““Our politics are dysfunctional… societies don’t work if political factions take maximalist positions,” said Obama, “

    Sounds to me like Obama is saying he is the greatest threat.

    No president in memory has ever been so maximalist as Obama himself. This is after all the very definition of one who insisut only upon his way or the high way and never compromises. Not to mention the literal Maximalism of his Huge government solutions to every problem regardless of their affordability or his own innate implementable.

  • Constitution Check: Can states exempt themselves from federal gun laws?

    08/10/2014 11:42:57 AM PDT · 62 of 63
    Monorprise to Dead Corpse

    I won’t disagree with the assertion that Washington is now nearly everything the Anti Federalist feared it could become.

    Federal power over the last 2 centuries has grown to the point of excluding the rights of all Americans both as individuals and as States.

    They are now the very empire of lawlessness the Federal Constitution was created to prevent, This we know because that Constitution is written, and its more faithful execution documented in our history. An execution and set of words that bare no resemblance to the ‘government’ we now have today.

  • Constitution Check: Can states exempt themselves from federal gun laws?

    08/09/2014 5:02:33 AM PDT · 59 of 63
    Monorprise to Dead Corpse

    perhaps you could find some of them mason quotes, Albert Gallatin was a New York proponent of federal power.

    That being said even your quote of him while technically true from some perspective doesn’t in itself support the notion of incorporation against the people and their states.

    Yes the “bill of rights” can be seen as a deceleration of rights of the people “of the people at large or considered as individual”

    Althou I do not agree that it establishes any right as unalienable for such rights were already unalienable, without enumeration. The matter of dispute is which rights are inalienable and which are merely prohibitions on the federal government.

    I would contend that the right to self-government is by nature of its essence centrality to all other rights inalienable. But I would not contend that men cannot ceded their right to right to be without unwarranted search and measure, nor even necessarily a right to arms and free speech in all circumstances.

    I am simply prepared to assert as they did, that Washington may never make any law upon theses very domestic subjects.

    Washington was constructed to pay attention to the very dangerous world around us, not the world within us. Within we the people have our states to do that job.

  • European Union slaps new, stronger sanctions on Russia

    08/09/2014 4:46:32 AM PDT · 78 of 89
    Monorprise to Paul R.

    Then let them join NATO with what is left of their country. And let every other country in the world be warned.

    You don’t get protection unless you offer it in exchange.

    As for US Security assurances, I never heard of that. But seeing as the Ukraine only foolishly gave up their nukes. It sounds like a raw deal.

  • Constitution Check: Can states exempt themselves from federal gun laws?

    08/08/2014 6:21:01 PM PDT · 57 of 63
    Monorprise to Dead Corpse

    I’m afraid I’ve read these things and can find no reference to such a radical and totally ill-rational position.

    What you are proposing was not only not imagined but totally out of step with what the Founders were trying to do with the Bill of rights.

    You must remember States all had their own constitutions already enshrining their own often different concepts of Good Government. They were afraid of Washington coming in and dictating its political context upon them as a tool of a distant and potentially hostile majority.

    The first Amendment was actually point in case to this, as many if not most states had official religions the 9th and 10th amendment further emphasis theses points by spelling them out.

    Im sorry but your trying to support a fantasy of incorporation that is in truth very dangerous and destructive to the very ends you desire. Freedom is not something that can be supported from the top down. It must be found in and supported from the bottom up. That means competition and most of all the power to vote with your feet.

    If and when Washington find it with in its power to monopolize power over individuals everywhere it crushes that freedom permanently by way of suppressing any opportunity for people to rediscover it for themselves.

  • Tea Party Must be Crushed (the author now works for Steve Scalise, the new House Majority Whip)

    08/08/2014 4:40:59 PM PDT · 56 of 56
    Monorprise to cotton1706

    We must not ignore the fact that they are right about somethings.

    Democrats have very skillfully played us both against one anther with money in order to insure the lease electable won the primary.

    We must at least on our part be more vigilant against such manipulation, and always remember Politics is the art of the Possible. Rino’s may forget this as well as the need to make meaningful changes rather than just win power but we cannot afford either.

  • Obama Authorizes Limited Airstrikes in Iraq

    08/08/2014 3:15:50 PM PDT · 71 of 74
    Monorprise to Lorianne

    Hopefully our good Generals can stretch that ‘order’ to the limit.

  • Russia Bans All US Food Imports in Response to Sanctions

    08/08/2014 3:14:35 PM PDT · 70 of 84
    Monorprise to GeronL

    Not a smart move on Russia’s part, better to wait out Europe, and the US, than to hurt oneself with the cost of living.

    Food competes with fuel, if a farmer sells less food they will sell more corn for fuel.