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  • Privatization Fail: Scott Walker's WEDC in Full Meltdown (Is this Free Market economics?

    05/25/2015 7:14:47 AM PDT · 74 of 83
    Monorprise to Laissez-faire capitalist

    No but oddly enough this is what legislators do all the time when they try to uses tax payer money for non-public proposes.

    Almost inevitably they line the pockets of their friends. Indeed even when it is for ‘public proposes’ they almost invariably line the pockets of their friends. To the extent they have the ability they always appoint their friends and allies to positions of authority and patronage. Back when the Federal Government was Constitutional this uses to be what was done with the post office(the only major peace time federal agency) Now that post office is comparatively tiny to the army of others.

    Given how much of the economy Washington has taken over under the control of politicians its a wonder we get any new people in politics.

    The truth is privatization has nothing to do with this, as they were doing the same thing with even more success while it was a “public agency” at least now the private company has a chance of going out of business and thus leaving the political stage.

  • Gates Says Boy Scouts Must Preemptively Surrender

    05/23/2015 10:04:43 AM PDT · 58 of 63
    Monorprise to SZonian

    ” What, if any, interest do you have in Scouting?”
    I was a Boyscout and a Cubscout growing up.

  • Gates Says Boy Scouts Must Preemptively Surrender

    05/23/2015 10:01:00 AM PDT · 57 of 63
    Monorprise to Morpheus2009

    I think Christian Boy-scout groups should abandon the BSA officially and join anther organization that holds to the original charter.
    Such as TrailLife:

    Host churches should demand this if they are to continue to uses their facilities and personnel.
    From a legal persecution perspective this is important to help make the boy Scouts more explicitly religious.

    In the mean time we should uses whatever power we have left over the BSA to get that organization to abandon all claims to trade marks allowing the competing organization to effectually follow the same standard.

    If they are not going to fight to uphold the values of scouting then they have already been dissolved.

  • Gates Says Boy Scouts Must Preemptively Surrender

    05/23/2015 9:54:24 AM PDT · 56 of 63
    Monorprise to SZonian

    I think its obvious that we have a problem with our representatives whether that problem is caused by PC lobbies or simply the dishonesty of the lot incline to run for such positions to be representatives.

    I suspect it may be both lobbing. We know after all Liberals have always been drawn to power which is why they tend to dominate the physical areas(Capitals) of power.

    How to counter this superior position they have obtained I do not know. Gates is right about one thing thou, The corrupt Federal employees in black robes are unlikely to allow us any liberty or religious believes that they personalty find they don’t like.

    Seeing as they have abolished the law, there is nothing to stop them. He is of course wrong that we should even think of surrendering to evil. when good men back down evil takes over. Gates is as such no leader, and we now know why the military under him had fall so far.

  • One Step Away from a Dictatorship: “The Groundwork and Foundation Have Been Put Into Place”

    05/23/2015 9:30:54 AM PDT · 51 of 52
    Monorprise to HomerBohn

    There are two problems here
    1: a government that is drifting more and more towards open oligarchy and dictatorship. Its not so hard to see the pattern now of where things are going.

    2: We got a social problem that we also beleive is a result of the goverment’s edicts,and leftist lies in the media and State schools.

    Problem #1 may eventualy require some clever plan to restore the republic but that is largly for not if we dont solve problem #2. After all a democracy will just vote itself into tyranny again if the population is taught to distoy themselves and others via the politics of racial, ethic, and economic warfare.

    Ultimately we have only a minority of the current population still virtuous enough to trust as citizens. We can thou campaigns and reasoning convince a working majority of the rest to join us. But ultimately a great many are already sold themselves into a life of slavery to eveny based class warfare. The left are vigorously attempting thou collage and school education to convince the rest to join them.

    Everyone that does join this warpath will never be at peace so long as they follow it. You cannot after all live in peace so long as you make war upon your neighbor no matter what your reason is, and there will always be some new reason or perception they dream up to keep their army marching under them.

  • Irish voters back gay marriage in 'social revolution'

    05/23/2015 9:04:58 AM PDT · 32 of 60
    Monorprise to stevie_d_64

    “As if it is going to make it even more easier to understand a “gay” Irishman???”

    Sounds like someone you don’t want to be in a bar with.

  • Irish voters back gay marriage in 'social revolution'

    05/23/2015 9:03:10 AM PDT · 30 of 60
    Monorprise to SoFloFreeper

    Its already happening as family has been in decline so has the European population ever more prone to attack by Muslims and depended upon unassimilation foreign immigrants.

    The only difference is we are finally starting to agree with the wisdom of their refusal to assimilate. Assimilating into a culture that rejects marriage and family will mean the end for your own. Your better off with your own family you old ways may be poor but they will keep your kin around. In the game of life that is the most critical achievement.

    It is a shame the cultural and sadistic lies that have overtaken the west will now destroy it’s legacy.

    Europe is dying this is just one of the signs.

  • University Approves ‘history’ Class That Doesn’t Mention Both World Wars

    05/23/2015 8:40:41 AM PDT · 19 of 19
    Monorprise to Bloody Sam Roberts

    You go to the classes and they are basically about teaching people to focus on hateful resentful things by going over every possible left-wing classification and claiming historic discrimination for which they eledge we are still guilty and/or on the hook for. As if the sins of thy father were the son’s and in any case they do nothing to improve today. other than to create new fights over resources.

  • Country music legend: Islamists always provoked

    05/23/2015 7:04:11 AM PDT · 9 of 28
    Monorprise to rktman

    Daniels is right about Islam but he seems to forget this is what ever leftist ‘protected’ group gets. From radical islamd to radical gays they are all perpetually offended and ‘protected’ at the expense of all the rest of our ‘equal rights’.

    The Left like the Federal injustice system they now dominate is short sighted and vane inevitably and regularly placing the supposed rights of some above the rights of any others simply because those few they feel focused on. While they ignore the suffering of many more they impose to accomplish their temporary focus.
    It is a predictably and easily observed shortsightedness one merely needs to follow their social buzz, to witness the destruction they leave everywhere else as they all clammer to premote the topic of the moment.

  • U.S. Senate Blocks NSA Surveillance Bill, Patriot Act Extension

    05/23/2015 6:54:12 AM PDT · 32 of 81
    Monorprise to Jim Robinson

    If they are not going to fight and defeat the terrorist overseas then surrendering our rights to fight a defensive war at home is a never ending and inevitably losing cause.

    Besides a terrorist with a brain is not going to uses an unencripted phone call which a wiretap will detect. A terrorist without a brain is likely to be killed or caught by some other foolish mestake.

  • Matt Bevin Holds Slim 83 Vote Lead In Kentucky GOP Gubernatorial Primary

    05/23/2015 6:38:07 AM PDT · 16 of 16
    Monorprise to cotton1706

    its funny how often RINO’s take off their republican sheep clothing to revile the democrat they always were underneath.

  • Gates Says Boy Scouts Must Preemptively Surrender

    05/23/2015 6:28:52 AM PDT · 53 of 63
    Monorprise to NKP_Vet

    Gates should know like his military the organization will decline. You can’t cow tow to leftist perverts and expect to survive. They are out to kill you and if they can they will have you stab yourself out of fear first exactly as Robert Gates did to the military and as he is doing now to the scouts.

    In this case due to be self-funded and voluntary nature of the boyscouts the organization will collapse when NAMBLA scout leaders start raping their scouts on camping trips. The left won’t defend the organization because it will still have so many other moral and individual values they detest.

    Conservatives won’t defend it because it will be as pointless and spineless as Robert Gates himself, No parent will want their kids going off in the woods with them.

  • Gates Says Boy Scouts Must Preemptively Surrender

    05/23/2015 6:18:08 AM PDT · 52 of 63
    Monorprise to NKP_Vet

    The boy scouts need a new ‘leader’ someone willing to stand up for the prinsables that underline the organization.

    Gate’s argument could be made on any subject and the truth is if the Federal injustice system is going to impose its members’s amorality in place of law there is no man, woman, or child in this country whos life and liberty are safe.

    There will be no place to run for the boyscouts or any other orginization when law means only what they say rather than what it was written and practiced for hundreds of years. What surrender Gates is asking the boyscouts to do is stab themselfs in the black out of fear of someone else doint it for them.

    It won’t save the boy-scouts any trouble, the federal injustice system will impose every other edict imaginable to force them to become as amoral as they are.

    Gates is a terrible leader profesent in bring about rune and he should resign at once. Obama did not keep him on because he stood for anything.

  • Gohmert on Jade Helm: Gov’t Must Not ‘Practice War Against Its Own States’

    05/20/2015 6:36:36 PM PDT · 36 of 36
    Monorprise to Paladin2

    Mexico would not tolerate U.S. Military forces joining them in the fight against the drug cartels it would drive a population that has been taught for generations about the Mexican-American war 160 years ago and the supposed thief of their land into the hands of the same drug cartels.

    So unless we are planning to actually invade and conquer Mexico, which is unthinkable, the exercises are clearly some form of effort to prepare to the military for some sort of police action.

  • Gohmert on Jade Helm: Gov’t Must Not ‘Practice War Against Its Own States’

    05/20/2015 6:28:16 PM PDT · 35 of 36
    Monorprise to ClearCase_guy

    Honestly while I agree this particular report may be blown out of preposition, the general direction and implication of the Obama administration has always been to provoke from giving political orders to priorities political enemies as potential threats on Government orders.

    As Ted cruz pointed out Obama has given us plenty of reason over the years that he means not only to provoke us but to persecute us everywhere he can. He treats his countries citizen as a more serous threat than foreign nationals. Obama probably ordered theses exercises precisely because he hopes to stir up trouble.

    The military now carries them out at the risk of alienating their own political base and thus also compizeing their future ablity to get funding. That may in part be what Obama wants, but what he also gets is a population that now sees the Federal Government as a more serous threat to our liberty us than just about any other. That is fantastic ground for a Anti-Washington Constitutional convention.

  • Gay-conversion therapy ban to be introduced in House

    05/20/2015 6:01:44 PM PDT · 91 of 91
    Monorprise to SeekAndFind

    New Jersey is not Washington, nor are they known as a particularly just state.

  • Matt Bevin Holds Slim 83 Vote Lead In Kentucky GOP Gubernatorial Primary

    05/20/2015 5:57:24 PM PDT · 9 of 16
    Monorprise to edh

    President Cruz would not and could not undo the lawlessness that is doomed this country.
    You can’t bring back a Constitution by simply choosing to follow it for a few years. When the choice exist among our leaders the law does not. No president can ever fix that, only a constitutional convention to add enforcement mechanisms and reform the existing ones will have any choice.

    Right now the biggest challenge are the progressively more lawless and dictatorial Federal employees in black robes. Currently there seems to be nothing to keep them from rewriting the federal Constitution at whim replacing their judgement and values as men for the law. If we don’t find a way to impose the Written Constitution’s limits upon Washington and in particular that branch the Federal constitution and all its amendments will soon enough be worthless.

  • Matt Bevin Holds Slim 83 Vote Lead In Kentucky GOP Gubernatorial Primary

    05/20/2015 5:46:12 PM PDT · 7 of 16
    Monorprise to cotton1706

    The Governors office is more important anyway.

  • State governments lament that citizens are actually getting health coverage

    05/19/2015 9:48:12 PM PDT · 22 of 23
    Monorprise to goldstategop

    “If you’re below the Obamacare threshold, you go into Medicaid.

    Beats being uninsured.”

    Easy for you to say when your not paying the bill.

    From an economic point of view there is no such thing as a sustainable system where the buyer has no incentive to control what they buy by way of price.

    Health insurance by introducing a 3rd party payer into the system removing such an incentive will only drive the cost of theses services up until such point that the 3rd party and thus indirectly you become bankrupted or mismanaged by the 3rd party trying to control costs without control or knowledge of need.

    So no it does not beat being uninsured. Being uninsured is the only way you can maintain a healthy and competitive healthcare market. The fewer people who are uninsured the few market forces there are to keep prices down and services competitive.

  • State governments lament that citizens are actually getting health coverage

    05/19/2015 9:38:44 PM PDT · 20 of 23
    Monorprise to goldstategop

    “The GOP likes to hector about Obamacare but is not offering a viable replacement for it.”

    Why would we replace something that needs to be repealed?

    To replace an evil with anther evil is a wast of effort.

  • State governments lament that citizens are actually getting health coverage

    05/19/2015 9:35:46 PM PDT · 19 of 23
    Monorprise to fwdude

    We should send the LA times the new bill for theses people. If they pay it we will agree its a good thing. Otherwise we will ask them where all the extra money is suppose to come from. People never saved all their lives to pay for other people’s goods and services.
    The math just doesn’t work out and there isn’t enough money to go around. Unfortunately their glorified expansion boils down to a form of theif of the bread from the man who labored by the man who did nonthng.

  • Gay-conversion therapy ban to be introduced in House

    05/19/2015 9:18:37 PM PDT · 86 of 91
    Monorprise to SeekAndFind

    Washington can’t lawfully ban a service people want and need.

    Frankly this is just an LGBT Hate vote and anyone who votes for this should never be voted for again by ether a constitutionalist or a Christian. This is one of thoses issues you should black list someone on.

    There is no room for compromise when it comes to our rights to buy whatever service we want, particularly when that service consist of little more than speech.

  • Report says ATF should be disbanded

    05/19/2015 9:10:49 PM PDT · 35 of 35
    Monorprise to PapaBear3625

    They think we would respect the FBI or ‘Homeland Securty more”, and they might be right as its harder to deminoziase an agency that does something that is not so clearly a violation of the Federal Constitution.

    But the truth is the FBI has no business existing either, and ‘homeland security’ is a collection agencies only some of which are actually useful and lawful like border patrol and coast guard.

    The ATF should be abolished but few if any of its functions should be redistributed to any other agency. Washington has no business ‘regulating’ firearms, or tobacco for that matter. Until then Congress should focus on striping the agency of its funds and sending its agents to go dig holes in the desert where they won’t be steping on anyone’s rights.

    Until then we should probably add a few more unpopular functions to their exclusive responsibility list like Obamacare tax collection, and everything else that we don’t want done.

  • Exchange board votes to scoop up millions from two higher fees ( Colorado health insurance )

    05/16/2015 9:11:06 AM PDT · 20 of 21
    Monorprise to kingu

    “Such fees are taxes.”
    Di-spite whatever our Corrupt Federal employees say and perhaps even dilute themselves into believing to support their ideological ends. Theses Fees that the people of Colorado are forced to pay are not strictly speaking taxes as they are not imposed by an elected and constitutionally authorized legislative body.

    ” Why aren’t the people of Colorado asking why some random self serving board is raising taxes to give themselves more money? Where is the oversight? Why do the people have no say in the matter, or able to express their desire to change management through the ballot box?”

    Perhaps because the people of Colorado have not yet been asserted with the new fees or recognized those fees for their inherent potential to force from them all their money without recourse. As for the unaccountably you can thank the 5 Federal injustice in black robes sitting in Washington for robing the people of their basic right to control their own wallet. They even had the gull to call the mandate a tax, when the Constitution says Taxes must be started by the elected house of Representatives.

    But of course nothing of the constitution matters to the Federal employees in black robes anymore, only their own ideological and ever changing and more twisted concept of ‘right and wrong’ has replace the law as the supreme authority in their court room, and over the people they now govern with edicts.

  • Judge in THIS State Rules if Pledge Violates Rights of Atheists – “One Nation, Under GOD!”

    05/16/2015 8:50:39 AM PDT · 25 of 25
    Monorprise to Elderberry

    The absurdly of modern Federal edicts from the bench only serve to demonstrate the corruption of those issuing them, and the out of check power of their office in enforcing such lawless edicts upon a free people.

    As perhaps one of the best of their kin once pointed out. Every tyrant in the world has a “bill of rights” which they impose and ignore selectively according to the interest of their own ideological dispositions which they can then simply call “interpenetration”.

    The only thing that makes a country and people free is the structure of power which limits the ambition and capability of men in the state to issue edicts regardless of their intent. This is done by the force of other men in competing positions to nullify said abuses when they don’t line up with the law as written. Thus making rule of law rather than the rule one group of men.

    The position of judge of course came from the position of arbitrator where specific disputes in a particular case of law could be resolved. Not where law itself in general could be dictated only its application.

    The Federal courts have over the centuries progressively corrupted and expanded this power using the concept of common law to dictate that all cases of law must be decided in the same way, thus establishing a standard of application which they then choose to ignore in radical ways that depart not only from the common understanding of the text but also their previous actions on the same law. Thus making them a legislator in practice. With lower courts still bound the the common law being the peons of their army of enforcers, and the written law(made by the real legislator) being otherwise meaningless.

    This isn’t rule of law its rule of 9 federal employees in black robes, and without law there can be no freedom. Only the ever changing ‘moral’ or ideological discretion of those employees.

  • Exchange board votes to scoop up millions from two higher fees ( Colorado health insurance )

    05/16/2015 7:39:28 AM PDT · 18 of 21
    Monorprise to kingu

    They are raising ‘Taxes’ as the corrupt Federal employees have define them, in raising the user fees and the company membership fees(which just indirectly come from the same user).

    The fact that people are required to use their service in anyway means they are forced to pay what ever direct or indirect costs you should burden them with.

    What is really amazing about this story is the mirrorical of Government/monopoly mismanagement of even the most basic industries. I guess there is a good reason the Soviets couldn’t keep their stores stocked and working.

  • Exchange board votes to scoop up millions from two higher fees ( Colorado health insurance )

    05/16/2015 7:36:00 AM PDT · 17 of 21
    Monorprise to 1010RD

    “You can’t cheat the market. Eventually it will eat you up”

    It would be more accurate to say you can’t avoid the market you can just hide and unjustly redistribute your costs. This is what the Government does thou taxes and force.

  • Special Forces Drill with Local SWAT for Domestic Raids (Richland, South Carolina)

    05/13/2015 7:44:31 PM PDT · 26 of 30
    Monorprise to Enlightened1

    Posse Comitatus Act is only violated when the federal military attempts to exterior domestic authority while Federal Solures under federal(not state or local) command. Training under the supervision and control of the local police does not qualify.

    Nor does operating under the direct authority of the State or local Government as milia. This law exist to help keep the different levels of Government separate.

  • High court on verge of destroying the family

    05/04/2015 9:41:50 PM PDT · 19 of 33
    Monorprise to SkyPilot

    In the long run this evil will distory itself along with the people it corrupts and missleads. In the short run until that happens it will make those people and the lawless Government they command Tyrants of unmitigated power.

    It will likely be too late by the time the ‘unsuccessful idiots’ now supporting them realize just the form of evil they have created in their lawless zeal.

    But we Christians should not be fooled by the forgone conclusion already before us. The Law has been overthrown by a bunch of Federal employees in black robes who are demostratively governed by nothing more than their own shifting desires. They are in this way Oligarchs in all but name.

    Until such time that we can find away to escape or overthrow this lawless Government we and our positerity shall be made subject to ever greater levels of tyranny.

  • Rick Santorum on Bruce Jenner: “If he says he’s a woman, then he’s a woman”

    05/04/2015 9:32:07 PM PDT · 54 of 65
    Monorprise to SeekAndFind

    “RE: “If he says he’s a woman, then he’s a woman”

    Then why use the pronoun ‘He’?”

    Perhaps hes not the sharpest tool in the shed, if your willing to believe any lye anyone tells you. Perhaps like Obama he will be willing to believe Russia is not a threat when Russia says so, or that Iran will not build nukes or ship weapons to terrorist when they say so.

    Rick Santorum should be smart enough to keep his mouth shut if he can’t keep his words true.

  • Is John Roberts Drifting Left?

    05/03/2015 11:58:45 AM PDT · 68 of 93
    Monorprise to Iron Munro

    “Why is it always the republican appointees who seem to change allegiances after they are appointed?

    I don’t recall liberal democrat appointees making such swift and dramatic philosophical flip-flops to the conservative side.

    Maybe there really is something to the suspicion that the republican/conservative appointees are being blackmailed into traitorous behavior.”

    This is most likely due to a cultural influence thing, just like most of our congressmen and legislators. Liberals tend to congregate in capital cities so that they may become friends of friends and influence the social circle and thus values & views of those in power.

    Who your friends are likely defines who you become, this is even more true of politicians than it is of regular men but it is true of most all men including ‘judges’. So when John moved to Washington and became an important judge one of the first things leftist will do is try to infiltrate his circles of friends. To make them all thing more like them and thus john himself.

    Only a minority of men are generally unaffected by this, and almost no man can claim to be immune to this kind of influence. Liberals are particularly adept at this kind of influence which is why they tend to congregate into cities, and go into carriers where they might have the best chance to influence the most people. (Media, schools, ect...)
    for a simpel reason, like Moth’s they are drawn to a flame

  • Is John Roberts Drifting Left?

    05/03/2015 11:50:29 AM PDT · 67 of 93
    Monorprise to SeekAndFind

    “Roberts’s oft-repeated claim that he believes the Justices should decide cases based on the law, not politics.”

    Roberts then is either a lyer or hes delusional if setting his own arbitrary numbers and standards is not the subject of politics.

    If law were the standard which limit’s a Judges actions then Law alone would decide how much is too much, and what is lawful vs unlawful discrimination. Law alone would also define the standard of equality in its application.

    But in all theses Matters The chief Injustice John Roberts not only dictated his own standards in doing so he usepred the power of the elected leglsator to make law as the people saw fit.

    Indeed it is most ironic that he claims his supreme power to rewrite existing law made by the legislator from the Constitution which anyone having taken the time to read the 11 page document nether mentions that power nor any of the specific terms of the edicts he issued.

    John Roberts like many of his hand picked Conspirators on the Federal bench do not practice law written by legislator or ratified by our States they write new law not written or for that matter practiced anywhere before them. This is the power of a dictator not that of a judge of innocence or guilt in a case under law.

  • Jindal: ‘I Wish Obama Would Negotiate with Iran as Hard as He’s Negotiating with U.S. Senate’

    05/03/2015 11:23:31 AM PDT · 5 of 6
    Monorprise to rktman

    “Uh, what? Bobby, many of weren’t aware that the lyin’ king is negotiating with the senate. “

    I suspect somehow that was bobby’s point. We should not be ‘negotiating’ with Iran who has only bad faith, and holds no cards we need to respect.

    Obama however is a man of two policy extremes applyed to the people with whom they are least effective.
    1: Weakness to our weakest enemies.
    2: Non-negotiation with his most important ‘friends’.

    I suppose that is why Obama tends to get nothing done if he doesn’t control everything. Thus the world has effectively got to see what its like to have no America.

    Iraq has run out of control to the terrorist as predicted. Islamic radicals have overtaken modern countries and threaten friends.

    At home America is falling into cultural self-destruction and civil war. Instead of bring peace as most liberals who voted for Obama hoped he would. Obama’s rhetoric and actions have only impoverished minorities more along with everyone else us while his words and campaign efforts have been deliberately designed string up racial hate.

    While theses political efforts to exploit every possible insolent to claim injustice to mobilize a community behind them was no doubt designed to to rally them as a political force, it has inevitable resulted in violence force and riots where people have recognized that they have already given theses same race baiting political leaders everything for generations.

    What do you expect theses people to do keep buying the same old promises that have ruined them and their fathers, destroying their families and driven away their opportunity?

    Obama claims to want ‘hope and change’ the very thing these now hopeless communities instinctively desire, but he still brings with him the same failed policies that have brought them to where they are.

  • Two Underrated Peoples

    05/03/2015 10:49:31 AM PDT · 8 of 27
    Monorprise to Aria

    Western civilization remade the world with the most profound impact yet seen in Human history. Its quite sad that it should collapse to a plague self-distinctive ideology, but i suppose there is no other way such a successfully civilization could go out than to Abandon it’s own demographic foundation.

    In the end nature cares nothing for control and influence if it is not used to propagate your kin.

  • Gay Marriage Vs. Religious Liberty

    04/30/2015 9:23:12 PM PDT · 8 of 8
    Monorprise to raptor22

    I don’t really see a future for this country and its Constitutionality faithless government should the Federal court effectively destroy marriage as a natural parenting organization.

    Any culture foolish enough to accept such terms will fall apart demographically to be replaced by anther not quite so foolish. There is therefore no point in respecting or defending a government that tyrannically tries to enforce such a culture as the longer such a government stands the more likely it will destroy what is left of our posterity.

    This is simply because a healthy population NEEDS real marriage to bind parents together for their children. A Government that works to suppress or write out of existences that institution is a threat to that vital function, and thus also the civilization itself.
    In other-words the sooner such a Government collapses the better off our posterity’s chances for LIFE, liberty, and the chance to presue happiness.

    The Let the lawless men in black robes pronounce one more edict to the destruction of our constitution, society, and by extension the very idea of law. And let the rest of us turn against them in reconicition of what they really are today, not as judges but tyrants. Not as defenders of law but dictators.

    Let us let that truthful reconstruction sink in so that we yourself and our repository will no longer act to defend the lawless one and instead act more passively to more quickly bring about its collapse.

  • Gay Marriage Vs. Religious Liberty

    04/30/2015 9:12:46 PM PDT · 7 of 8
    Monorprise to oldbrowser

    It really has nothing to do With homosexuals and everything to do with debasing marriage as a family unit, by removing from its definition the inherit function of binding PARENTS together for their children.

    That is the destruction of marriage and with it the long term destruction of any culture foolish enough to embrace such a fundamental lie to the utter exclusion of real marriage.

    As for our response the newly repressed christian population. We should do what we should have done a long time ago in regard to the Federal injustice system. Recognize them as the illegitimate tyrants they have made themselves to be and make every effort to undermined and destroy them.

    Without law there can be no freedom and there is no such thing as a law that changes on a case by case discretion of 5 federal employees in black robes.

  • March for Marriage' Looks to Rally Support for Traditional Marriage Ahead of Supreme Court Arguments

    04/26/2015 6:53:53 AM PDT · 10 of 11
    Monorprise to Lumper20

    “I think many of us had hoped that last year we sent a strong message to stop this nonsense in Washington. If they change marriage to suit queers this nation will evoke more wrath. Prayers never hurt.”

    Your probably right, and God really only has to sit it out to let the country fall apart as his already wisely established rule of nature will do all the work for him.

    It takes divine intervention to save a country that doesn’t embrace and protect procreation.

    Even more divine intervention is required to save a republic who’s employees in black robes find the power to arbitrary change the settled meaning of centuries old laws.

  • March for Marriage' Looks to Rally Support for Traditional Marriage Ahead of Supreme Court Arguments

    04/26/2015 6:47:05 AM PDT · 8 of 11
    Monorprise to petitfour

    “March around the Supreme Court seven times every day.”

    Tyrant is a judge that redefines and thus rewrite a law and practice upheld for centuries. Im afraid should they act again as tyrants we will need much more than marching to restore law and order to our land we will need impeachment and beheading. For there can be no law while employees in black robes can simply rewite it after 2 hundred years of settled practice.

    This is a matter of rule of law written by the people & their states vs uneledcted federal employees in black robes.

    You can’t after all have a nation of law that changes at the whim of tyrants rather than the due process of a legislator.

  • Restoring the 10th Amendment

    04/26/2015 6:39:10 AM PDT · 13 of 14
    Monorprise to itsahoot

    Lawyers should not be excepted from the rules of English to the contrary they like judges must be held all the more strictly there for in their uses of English the rights of men and the existence of rule by law rather than themselves depends.
    Thus while a lawyer and most of all a judge has every insentive in the world to ignore and redefine the application of English to any law written. The rules of construction and common law were suppose to bind them to the original understand as demonstrated in both words and historic practice. Otherwise judges and lawyers would be rulers rather than mere judges and lawyers.

  • U.S. Constitution’s Preamble Upholds Traditional Marriage

    04/26/2015 6:29:12 AM PDT · 44 of 86
    Monorprise to Cowgirl of Justice

    “I read somewhere, maybe here, that a lesbian wanted to be able to marry her girlfriend so her own mother would have to accept her behavior as normal.

    That sums it up. They know their behavior does not contribute to the furthering of the human race and is many time based only on sex but, they want to think that what they are doing is just peachy and normal. And if they can shove it in our faces and in God’s, all the better.”

    Maybe I don’t share the same understanding of the birds and the bees but I just don’t see two women or two men for that matter having ‘sex’ with each other as even physical possible.

    But I suppose like ‘love’ the definition of ‘Sex’ has been broadened to include all manner of unrelated and often nonsensical activities and feelings. One starts to wonder what you call the actual act now when you don’t want to refer to anything else.

  • U.S. Constitution’s Preamble Upholds Traditional Marriage

    04/26/2015 5:38:28 AM PDT · 42 of 86
    Monorprise to NKP_Vet

    ““Equal protection of the laws” found in the Fourteenth Amendment language is cited in both state and federal claims alleging that homosexuals have the same right to marry as heterosexuals.

    But such equality claims are illicit unless litigants are similarly situated before the law.”

    Its also ill-relevant as homosexuals can and always could marry just the same as heterosexuals by the same means as heterosexuals. Nothing is ever preventing a homosexual man from marrying any woman homosexual or otherwise.

    The question is not nor has it ever been honestly about the right to marry but the nature of the marriage union or contract not being exactly what some people want it to be.

    Well fine, they can and by all rights should make their own contract, they have no need nor any right to redefine the terms of any other person’s contract, nor is there such a right for any individual to demand the state redefine its relationship towards any particular contract or are we going to start demanding our mortgage contract be treated the same as our cell phone contract? Or perhaps we might just as well demand that we have the right to insist that the state ‘declare’ our relationship with the bank to be a ‘marriage’. This is nonsense at its core, unfortunately we don’t have just judges but rather ideological lawyers easily missed into nonsensical claims built upon a mountain of faulty promises.

  • CDC Official: We’re Seeing ‘Epidemic of Syphilis’ Among Gay Men

    04/25/2015 1:48:39 PM PDT · 63 of 142
    Monorprise to xzins

    There are reasons thriving cultures embrace heterosexual monogamy, while marginalizing everything else. The more unnatural and unproductive forms of contact the higher the chances of spreading diease.

  • Empirical Vote Data Shows Democrats Still Control US Senate, Harry Reid’s Office Rejoices

    04/25/2015 1:40:35 PM PDT · 36 of 36
    Monorprise to The_Media_never_lie

    “It is hilarious if not tragic for the country. Republicans win control of Senate, but the Democrats maintain the majority because of RINOS. PERVERSE.”

    It really reflects poorly on Mitch as it makes him look supremely incompetence to have such a majority and yet still the effectiveness of a nearly helpless minority.

    But of course that in turn reflects poorly upon the membership that voted for Mitch. We either have supremely incompetent leaders protected by a inflexibly corrupt political system incapable of getting rid of incompetents or the party rulers want to behave like this.

    Some of us think they want it because of external interest such as lobbies and big politically active business like Google pulling all the strings for both parties.

  • Empirical Vote Data Shows Democrats Still Control US Senate, Harry Reid’s Office Rejoices

    04/25/2015 1:40:35 PM PDT · 35 of 36
    Monorprise to The_Media_never_lie

    “It is hilarious if not tragic for the country. Republicans win control of Senate, but the Democrats maintain the majority because of RINOS. PERVERSE.”

    It really reflects poorly on Mitch as it makes him look supremely incompetence to have such a majority and yet still the effectiveness of a nearly helpless minority.

    But of course that in turn reflects poorly upon the membership that voted for Mitch. We either have supremely incompetent leaders protected by a inflexibly corrupt political system incapable of getting rid of incompetents or the party rulers want to behave like this.

    Some of us think they want it because of external interest such as lobbies and big politically active business like Google pulling all the strings for both parties.

  • MILITARY UPDATE: Congress steps toward blended military retirement

    04/25/2015 1:34:32 PM PDT · 35 of 38
    Monorprise to SandRat

    I honestly don’t think investing in a market as manipulated and regulated as the US stock market is necessarily a good idea. Not that the government is a better idea. Odds are the Federal government will be unable to pay its dept without massive inflation in the next 25 years anyway, so long term investment is shaky to start with.

    You want a solid retirement invested in having many children who can hold jobs.

  • Empirical Vote Data Shows Democrats Still Control US Senate, Harry Reid’s Office Rejoices

    04/25/2015 7:39:49 AM PDT · 26 of 36
    Monorprise to The_Media_never_lie

    “McConnel understands it is important for McConnel to maintain his power and influence, country be damned.”

    maybe he does but I don’t understand what real power and influence he thinks he has clearly Harry not McConnel runs the senate because McConnel is too incompetent to wield the power voters gave republicans there.

    McConnel is an incompetence failure as a leader and I would like someone to ask him why he is content to let democrats continue to run his senate.

  • Why Rubio is running away from the most prominent item on his résumé (immigration)

    04/25/2015 7:36:25 AM PDT · 17 of 17
    Monorprise to HonkyTonkMan

    Only in the eyes of democrats is such traitorous turncoat legislation a “most prominent accomplishment”. But of course switching sides doesn’t make you popular with anyone it just makes you untrusted by all. The Democrats don’t like you from the start because of all your other policies and the Conservatives don’t trust you anymore.

    You have to be a long time political hack with back room deals with the party establishment on the other side and a relatively blind voter base like Lindsey Graham to even survive such. But as South Carolians wake up to the behavior of Graham more and more of his political forutnatues will come to rest upon the quicksand of democratic support and the crumbling bedrock of legacy.

    The minute democrats thing they can win in South Carolina Graham is going down.

  • Empirical Vote Data Shows Democrats Still Control US Senate, Harry Reid’s Office Rejoices

    04/25/2015 7:25:33 AM PDT · 19 of 36
    Monorprise to txrefugee

    I’d like to hear McConnell explain how dispute having a 54 seat majority the democrats have won all but 2 votes in his own senate.

    He does understand that to win a race is to come in first not last does he not?

  • Restoring the 10th Amendment

    04/25/2015 6:51:08 AM PDT · 8 of 14
    Monorprise to Jim Noble

    “I think that the Fourteenth Amendment, as construed, repeals the Tenth, and that there’s nothing to be done about it without a new, clarifying amendment.”

    While the 14th amendment was indeed written by deeply irresponsible or disingenuous radical federal republican, and arguably never radifiyed legitimately given the black mail conditions of many of the key radifiying states.(under Federal military control) not to mention the pre-ratification retraction of ratification of still other states ignored by congress at the time.

    The 14th amendment did not even attempt to repeal the 10th 9th 1st or any other Amendment to the Federal constitution. If you read the words of its original authers the only thing its section 1 intended to do was to force states to treat all citizens equally the same as their previous act of congress did.

  • Restoring the 10th Amendment

    04/25/2015 6:42:35 AM PDT · 7 of 14
    Monorprise to Axeslinger

    I’m not sure how you could imagine that the ‘it’ refers to anything but the Constitution in a line of text referring exclusively to the Federal Constitution.

    “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

    You would have to be quite a stranger to the English language to think there is any subject here but the Federal Constitution which is both the context and the forum. But i suppose if you want read something backwards there is a simple reminity to that problem, Go back into history and read interpenetration and usesage of the founders.