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  • Secret court approves three more months of NSA phone snooping

    01/03/2014 8:20:36 PM PST · 31 of 55
    mtntop3 to Lazamataz

    Your post speaks for itself.

  • Secret court approves three more months of NSA phone snooping

    01/03/2014 8:01:55 PM PST · 29 of 55
    mtntop3 to oblomov

    1) Where in the Constitution does it state that this nation cannot defend itself? (It is NOT the “f-Constitution”. Men and women in this nation have, as you must know, for centuries fought and died to preserve this Document and the nation itself.)

    2) You make the standard and unsupported premise that “our governmet is “spy(ing) on American citizens.” Please be specific on how and when and where this is occuring. Give some specific examples.

    3) How would YOU carry out national security in a time of world terrorism with weapons of mass destruction?

    4) Do you believe terrrorists who want to kill us all should be simply allowed to proceed do so? If you do, you seem to lack the most basic of survival traits.

  • Secret court approves three more months of NSA phone snooping

    01/03/2014 4:36:29 PM PST · 14 of 55
    mtntop3 to ColdOne

    Approved more “phone (foreign contact) snooping”?!

    How COULD they . . . . don’t they KNOW that terrorists NO LONGER have the U. S. and the whole Western World targeted for mass killing through, yes, weapons of mass destruction that dwarf the aircraft missiles utilized the Twin Tower slaughter??

    It should be apparent to every THINKING PERSON THAT we are most safe here, we have NOTHING MORE to fear from terrorists (including, yes, those with nuclear weapons such as Russia and Korea).

    We should at once DIS-BAND not only the NSA but the CIA and every National Security office and reduce our Armed Forces only to the personnel level of providing sweet music on holidays and Presidential parties. Hells bells, people, it’s only Common Sense!!!

  • Benghazi blunder: Obama unworthy commander-in-chief (LINK ONLY)

    11/01/2012 10:10:31 PM PDT · 19 of 19
    mtntop3 to markomalley

    Excellent editorial covering the essence of this scandal—today a rare example of journalistic ability, integrity and, yes, passion that contrasts markedly with the contemporary liberal media world, NYT et al, of political hacks, whores, and eunuchs.

    Truth is surely the highest memorial at this time to the four murdered men and the attack on the U. S. Consulate. The soil on which a U. S. Consulate stands is, yes, AMERICAN SOIL.

  • America is Benghazi (Saturbray)

    10/27/2012 7:55:01 AM PDT · 3 of 12
    mtntop3 to bray

    Very well said. A great summation of what millions of people know from evidence accumulated and evidence before them at this moment—and intuitively from the deep well-spring of eternal truth that is within each of our hearts.

  • Bully story a black eye for Mitt Romney

    05/11/2012 8:18:07 AM PDT · 94 of 106
    mtntop3 to Diogenesis

    In your fevered rut, you seem damn hot to extinguish freedom in one generation.

  • GOP candidates for Congress bullish on Gingrich at top of ticket

    12/18/2011 4:54:23 PM PST · 106 of 106
    mtntop3 to Jim Robinson

    Is this a joke? It has to be—

    MSNBC—who we know is such a GREAT AND STUPENDOUS admirer of conservatism—would push things like this artificial inflating of Gingrich (if that is further possible) ONLY if it knew Gingrich would be an absolute election disaster for Republicans, his immensely destructive tendencies (self and otherwise) resonating to the severe detriment of conservatives in most contests from White House to local dog-catcher.

  • Obama's Godfather Speech: The president sounds more like a Corleone than a Roosevelt (Wow!)

    12/08/2011 1:30:13 PM PST · 36 of 37
    mtntop3 to Robe

    Excellent comments, perfectly apropos—

  • Obama's Godfather Speech: The president sounds more like a Corleone than a Roosevelt (Wow!)

    12/08/2011 8:27:56 AM PST · 28 of 37
    mtntop3 to 2ndDivisionVet

    A brilliant, brilliant piece by Mr. Henninger of the WSJ—

    Obama is not only following Chavez but—in effect—Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Castro, and all throughout history, who have sought unlimited power through the purveying of, yes, murderous division, envy and hatred—not just that of economic differences but, indeed, of any difference contrary to the intent of the dictator.

    No doubt children in U. S. kindergartens and above will before long be encouraged to report “counter-revolutionary” acts and even (supposed) c-r thoughts by their parents . . .

    A great parody could be, and should be, done of Signor Don Corelone Barack Obama—and his foppery, which unfortunately like that of all aspiring dictators, often turns out to be deadly real . . . . This is made for Rush—may he run with it.

  • John McCain at his fieriest before 'don't ask, don't tell' vote (McLame throws temper tantrum)

    12/19/2010 1:44:10 PM PST · 97 of 113
    mtntop3 to Polybius

    Your posts (#70 and #85) are excellent.

  • John McCain at his fieriest before 'don't ask, don't tell' vote (McLame throws temper tantrum)

    12/19/2010 6:27:26 AM PST · 66 of 113
    mtntop3 to rabscuttle385

    McCain was on the mark on this—and passion was exactly what was needed—as he was on the crucial support for the Surge in Iraq.

    If it wasn’t for McCain and the Surge, the battle for Iraq would surely have been lost.

    The hell with “McCainologists” including the poisonous keyboard warriors on this site.

  • McCain to give NRSC $1 million (Cornyn praises McCain)

    09/29/2010 7:30:16 PM PDT · 26 of 37
    mtntop3 to rabscuttle385

    This is a welcome move by McCain. It could make the difference in a very close Senate picture.

    McCain can be aggravating—indeed. However I, and I know many of the men and women who served in Iraq beginning in 2003, will never forget that McCain was one of those WHO MADE VICTORY POSSIBLE THERE when he strongly endorsed and fought to bring about the SURGE there of U. S. forces—in the face of vehement opposition from most Democrats including Obama.

    So evaluate McCain as you will—but include that in your equation. A lot of the troops do.

  • Obama Omits the Creator. Again.

    09/29/2010 8:31:26 AM PDT · 24 of 26
    mtntop3 to Antioch

    Obama is a pathological narcissist. Through every indication, he truly believes he IS God.

    For him to acknowledge the Creator would only set up a dualism that would nullify his arrogant fantasies.

  • How Obama Thinks (Best, most thorough article on Obama's pysche I have seen yet)

    09/09/2010 3:21:08 PM PDT · 194 of 271
    mtntop3 to milwguy

    One of Obama’s first actions in office was to remove in Feb. of 2009 a bust of Sir Winston Churchill from the Oval Office and send it back to Britain—an action of a lout rather than a President.

    Some have speculated that this done was because of Britain’s former colonial role in Kenya, where Obama’s relatives continue to exist.

    In Obama’s petulant eyes and narrow mind, this is perhaps of greater significance to him than the close relationship between the U. S. and Britain since our founding—including the WWII years when Churchill led the people of England in overcoming, with the U. S. and other Allied Powers, Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy, a war incidentally in which 60 million humans were killed.

    Obama’s actions, in the instance of the Churchill bust, surely indicate substantiation of the D’Souza article.

    Ironically, it is Obama who has the mind and intent of a colonialist—seeing America as His colony. His cold eyes tell us this, yes, even more than his words.


    09/09/2010 11:22:58 AM PDT · 77 of 80
    mtntop3 to rogue yam

    I am of the very same mind, as are millions of others.

    Isn’t the Way to oppose those who actively oppose God the Way which will defeat them instead of creating scenarios under such perverted labels as “liberty to burn a Koran” which will only fuel terrorists’ murderous actions and enable them to enlist others in their evil?

    We are in essense not discussing abstract liberty involved in the right of a fool to flagrantly burn a work that millions of humans consider a holy book. The real core is the war against terror and radical Islam: that is the lethal challenge for the foreseeable future for us, our families, and our nation—and indeed the whole civilized world. SO THAT LIBERTY WILL CONTINUE TO EXIST!!!

    God indeed has a purpose for us on earth. And we only need recite the Lord’s Prayer daily to ourselves to know the path to follow.

  • Palin: "Koran Burning Is Insensitive, Unnecessary; Pastor Jones, Please Stand Down"

    09/09/2010 9:16:38 AM PDT · 121 of 172
    mtntop3 to muawiyah

    You are perfectly correct. They indeed don’t need a given justification; but when a symbolic event or aspect becomes available to them, they will utilize it well—cunnningly and murderously—as a justification.

    The present instance provides them a media-ready tool to foster hate in Islamic populations against Western people and institutions—and even hate toward other Muslims who reject Jihad.


    09/09/2010 9:06:47 AM PDT · 55 of 80
    mtntop3 to rogue yam

    </It is evil to burn a Koran to show one’s utter rejection of Islam? Why?/>

    That obviously is apparent to most of us—it would seem almost all of us—since we reject Islam, especially the radical off-shoots; and we don’t find it either necessary or appropriate to burn what millions of other humans consider a holy book.

    Is it not evil to carry out an unnecessary and provocative action that will be used by Jihadists as a symbolic action to justify further, and well as past murderous actions, against non-Muslims—and even other Muslims who may be working with Western nations and personnel in the war against terror in such places as Iraq and Afghanistan?

    Why would anyone want to do anything, even in “the name of liberty”, to, provide ammunition to those to whom liberty is anathema and whose life mission is to destroy it?

    Ironically, in proposing to torch a Koran, this fool only feeds the flames of radical Islam.

  • Palin: "Koran Burning Is Insensitive, Unnecessary; Pastor Jones, Please Stand Down"

    09/09/2010 8:36:46 AM PDT · 111 of 172
    mtntop3 to Monterrosa-24; VictoryGal
    Palin and Petraeus are both eminently right on this as are the millions of others who see the folly of this faux minister.

    His actions are those of hate and sheer evil, not of love implicit in the Christian faith of which he so falsely asserts that he represents. The worldwide media instantly spreads the contagion.

    This is a gift of perversion to Jihadists who are only so glad to find any symbolic justification for their actions of mass murder.

    It is intrinsically a crime, not an act of liberty, to deliberately place our men and women in the Armed Forces and ourselves in even greater dangers because of this ass.



    09/09/2010 7:39:34 AM PDT · 9 of 80
    mtntop3 to shortstop

    Both instances are impositions on liberty and are sheer evil rather than rude.

  • Gainesville Church Sparks Global Outrage (Black Panthers Threaten Pastor Over Koran Burning)

    09/06/2010 10:30:01 PM PDT · 120 of 303
    mtntop3 to aruanan

    Your comments/observations are well made. It is not a little dismaying that they need to be made at all—

  • Petraeus Condemns U.S. Church's Plan to Burn Qurans

    09/06/2010 10:08:57 PM PDT · 233 of 286
    mtntop3 to Kaslin

    This faux “minister” appears to have neither love of God nor fear of God. Has he ever heard the Lord’s Prayer, particularly the “. . and lead us not into temptation and deliver us from evil . . “??

    His contemplated small-minded, asinine act will only engender hate from the Muslim world, fueled amplified, and disseminated in video applications by the radical elements in Islam.

    It is, in fact, exactly what the radicals and all the enemies of America want. It has the core ingredients to destroy what our men and women in Iraq, Afghanistan, have worked for—and indeed what many have given their lives for.

    It will be used to rationalize 9/11. It has assuredly the potential to set-back, if not destroy, all that the Western countries have done throughout the world in the war against terror. It will, in carefully nurtured media applications, unite millions against Western countries.

  • Texas Court Upholds Ban on Gay ‘Marriage’

    09/04/2010 8:47:43 PM PDT · 19 of 21
    mtntop3 to topher

    A common-sense and self-evident ruling.

  • New Amsterdam To New Cordoba: Thwarting N.Y.'s New Colonizers

    08/31/2010 9:17:51 PM PDT · 9 of 10
    mtntop3 to Kaslin

    The refusal to change the location in NYC refutes any assertion of good intentions for the mosque. It is all we need to know.

    The backers, including those at the international level, will either have submission on the part of Americans or, if unsuccessful in this, loudly play the martyr.

  • Obama blasts lies, disinformation [can't spend time with birth certificate on forehead]

    08/30/2010 2:17:45 PM PDT · 230 of 272
    mtntop3 to Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid!

    Let him stay on vacation riding around on a girl’s bicycle . . . it becomes him . . . seems natural . . .

  • Harvard's Valedictorian to Become Dominican Nun (Mary Anne Marks)

    08/28/2010 6:51:11 AM PDT · 19 of 43
    mtntop3 to Salvation

    A stunning affirmation of all that is good—

  • Sherrod: I'd Consider Legal Action against Breitbart

    07/22/2010 9:07:18 PM PDT · 125 of 129
    mtntop3 to Justaham

    Here are excellent details on Sherrod’s multi-million settlement from the USDA; and history of her and husband’s “New Communities” in the state of Georgia. Essential reading—

    They, of all things, went to Israel in the 80’s to study the working of communes, but then couldn’t get communes to work back home on the Georgia properties—for, unsurprising, all the usual reasons for failure of commune projects in the U. S., especially in the 70’s and 80’s. The USDA was ultimately blamed years later . . .

  • Scott Brown Slams Kathy Griffin for Calling Daughters 'Prostitutes'

    07/16/2010 12:57:25 PM PDT · 55 of 58
    mtntop3 to OldDeckHand
    Well said—in a sea of voices of naivite.

    Kagan is likely to be confirmed even if every Republican were to vote against her. Brown may support her if that is the sentiment of Massachusetts—he stated from the outset that he was elected to represent the people of that state.

    He is no potted plant.

    Much of the financial bill will be determined by subsequent lobbying and legal challenges. If the Republicans had filibustered it, they would have been accused of blocking reform.

  • Massive PR Blitz Coming for Obamacare: Three Months of Links Americans Need to Read

    06/14/2010 7:43:44 PM PDT · 11 of 11
    mtntop3 to Qbert

    Excellent source material—

  • George Will: Jobs report a nightmare for Obama progressivism

    06/10/2010 12:26:25 PM PDT · 38 of 38
    mtntop3 to 2ndDivisionVet

    Obama: “...a metabolic urge toward statism...”


  • On the Brink (British journalist Melanie Phillips discusses the West’s civilizational crisis)

    06/10/2010 12:22:47 PM PDT · 21 of 24
    mtntop3 to markomalley

    Pertinent and thoughtful—

  • Irish ship the Rachel Corrie is due to arrive in Gaza

    06/04/2010 8:34:22 PM PDT · 66 of 88
    mtntop3 to La Enchiladita

    Wikepedia on Nobel Laureate Mairead Corrigan Maguire:

    “In 2004 she went to Israel and welcomed Mordechai Vanunu upon his release from prison, where he had served an 18-year prison sentence for disclosing Israel’s nuclear secrets.[3]

    “On 20 April 2007, while participating in a protest against the construction of Israel’s security fence outside the Arab settlement of Bil’in, the Israeli forces dispersed the protesters and Corrigan was hit by a rubber-coated bullet. Corrigan was also tear-gassed, and received medical treatment at an Israeli hospital.[4][5][6]

    “In April 2009, Corrigan sharply criticised Israel, alleging that the Israeli government was “carrying out a policy of ethnic cleansing against Palestinians” and that these policies “are against international law, against human rights, against the dignity of the Palestinian people.”

    In short: not a person you’d like to have a Guinness with . . .

  • Democrats’ War Funding Amendment Would Allow Homosexuals to Serve in Military

    05/28/2010 10:42:15 PM PDT · 35 of 35
    mtntop3 to jazusamo

    CNS News is a reliable source for solid background on this, including links to earlier news reports. CNS is an excellent alternative to the liberal media. Recommended!

  • Senate panel votes to repeal gay ban in military

    05/27/2010 11:05:11 PM PDT · 22 of 22
    mtntop3 to Free ThinkerNY

    This may be the reason Obama decided to be in Chicago on Memorial Day instead of Arlington National Cemetery in the company of veterans and Armed Forces members.

    It’s hard to imagine him, after this, being received there in a warm, and truly respectful, manner

    This is an utter denigration of the U. S. military. It is stunning—and disgusting—in its attempt to nullify an agreed-on study by the military itself on Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell and any needed changes in the policy.

  • House Votes to Repeal Military Gay Ban

    05/27/2010 10:09:23 PM PDT · 85 of 95
    mtntop3 to AnalogReigns

    There are problems other than living quarters—

    For instance, any policy of approving open homosexuals in the U. S. military is going to lead to a marked increase in AIDS-infected personnel. It is inevitable.

    The men and women serving are trained and prepared to provide first-aid to combat, or other, wounded—just how do you do that to a service member suspected to be circulating with individuals having a high probability of AIDS-infection??

    Would you want that individual giving YOU first-aid involving possible exchange of bodily fluids??

    Another aspect is perception of our military by other nations, especially at this time the Muslim nations. Homosexuality is anathema to the great majority of Muslims.

    To think that our military can work successfully with indigenous armed forces in Muslim countries, after being branded with being an army of homosexuals and AIDS-carriers is unreal. Our terrorist enemies will use this as propaganda ceaselessly.

    Finally, in regard to the “place you want your children to fight and die for”:

    Is there an Utopia out there somewhere?? God has put us all here at this time and at this place to do his work. Some will, some won’t. But anyone with love in his or her heart wants freedom and dignity for all peoples.

    It is not just about a place. We all might think more often about those departed, may God ever bless them and their families, who made our freedom today possible by the unselfish service that they did for all of us.

    I can’t imagine, with all that they did, they approving of our blithely declaring that, “Nope...we are going to give up and not fight evil no more” for that is exactly what the enemies of freedom and of everything decent in the world want.

    It surely was a green light to Hitler; and that light didn’t change until 60 million humans were killed in WWII. . .

  • House Votes to Repeal Military Gay Ban

    05/27/2010 9:20:10 PM PDT · 76 of 95
    mtntop3 to markomalley

    Duty . . Honor . . Country. Obama a week ago was the speaker this year’s graduating class at West Point.

    Today he and his political party moved, with minimum of public notice, to do an end-run around, and even cancel out, an agreed-on study by the U. S. military on if and how DADT should be changed.

    This is an extraordinary denigration of the U. S. military.

  • Senator Ben Nelson Will Vote For Repeal Of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

    05/26/2010 7:30:24 PM PDT · 26 of 28
    mtntop3 to roostercogburn

    Most Americans are unaware that homosexuals may serve, have served, and will serve in the U. S. military as long as they keep their orientation to themselves so as not to ruin unit discipline.

    The homosexuals lobbies emit unending propaganda that homosexuals may not serve in the military; that is a blatant lie.

    Most ejections from the military involves a homosexual making a move on another service person or, yes, a heterosexual wanting to get out of the military and thus declaring his or her self a homosexual..

    Open homosexuals in the U. S. military would destroy that military and our national defense and foreign policy—which is exactly what many of the proponents seek.

    Open homosexuals would bring an end to all efforts in Islamic countries involving working with indigenous forces. And it would be influential in turning all Islamic peoples against the U. S. military and the U. S. itself.

    Not only is it markedly against their religious ethos, but there is the aspect of the presence of AIDS which certainly would be applied, because of the presence of open homosexuals, against the U. S. military no matter how non-existent or insignificant the incidence may be.

  • White House, Congress reach deal on repeal of 'don't ask, don't tell' (We're doomed!)

    05/25/2010 7:37:30 AM PDT · 22 of 23
    mtntop3 to tobyhill
    This is nothing but a blatant attempt to do an end-run around the military’s study group on this which is expected to issue its findings in a few months.

    It is an insidious effort to create a fait accompli.

    This attempt has not been yet approved by Congress; and it should damn well not be approved. A vote is said to be scheduled for this week, maybe Thursday.

    Please—please—please telephone your Congressional Rep. on this and tell them NOT to approve ANY change in the policy until the military study group completes its work and issues its findings.

    Most Republicans hold that Don't Ask, Don't Tell has been working—and it has indeed. But the homosexual lobbies want OPEN homosexual-ism in the U. S. military.

    This, for one thing, will destroy all our efforts to work with Islamic peoples in, yes, the war against terrorism.

  • The Consequences of Religious Apathy

    05/22/2010 7:35:51 AM PDT · 15 of 15
    mtntop3 to NYTexan

    To gain faith, one must commit to some faith. The door is open; one must decide whether to walk through it and receive the gift of gifts.

    Empirical evidence is everywhere, beginning with the Earth and all its works, a “simple” flower or leaf, the Universe, our very lives brief as they are . . .

    But many view the creations of God as god or gods—and surely tend to view themselves as lords and masters of creation...while being nothing more than a microsecond’s dust . . .

  • The Consequences of Religious Apathy

    05/20/2010 9:29:29 PM PDT · 11 of 15
    mtntop3 to ezfindit
    Without true religious faith involving submission to the Lord God, the tendency is inevitable to find substitute “gods”.

    I.e.: materialism, eroticism, (political) Utopia-ism, and, above all, narcissism (I, my, me, mine).

    If one makes him or herself a god, then the feeling of omnipotence, power and self-importance follows. This is the essence of liberalism—and its arrogance, vanity, and contempt “for the uninformed and, hence, lesser . . .”

  • US Senators Blast Arizona-China Rights Comparison

    05/19/2010 8:56:56 PM PDT · 17 of 19
    mtntop3 to CDB

    Michelle Malkin has a great article on this. Posner is a far leftist that has long acted as though the U. S. is the ultimate danger to the world—and now, thanks to Obama and the Democrats he is actually an assistant Secretary in the State Department whose duties obviously involve the routine trashing of America.

  • Summing Up Obama (So Far)-It's still a legitimate question: Who is he?...

    05/18/2010 7:16:58 AM PDT · 16 of 20
    mtntop3 to SJackson

    Good article—

  • Ground Zero Mosque

    05/17/2010 7:52:53 PM PDT · 26 of 29
    mtntop3 to Kaslin; trumandogz
    We are in a fight-to-the-death war with militant Islam.

    You DON'T present the enemy with things, especially big things like a big building adjacent to the site where 3000 humans were murdered by Islamic radicals, that they can use as SYMBOLS to assert to the Islamic world that the West is weak and cannot even defend its, yes, hallowed ground from Islamic intrusion.

    To the Islamic radicals, this is a sign from Allah that their path of murder and mayhem is the correct one.

    This is eminently outrageous. There are many, many, many other places and buildings in other areas of NYC that would serve as a mosque. But IT IS THE SYMBOLISM OF THE SUCCESSFUL, MILITANT ISLAM THAT IS BEING SOUGHT HERE.

    The First Amendment is nothing to Islamic radicals but a joke and a tool to destroy the “degenerate West who put so much store by it.”

    Try for once using YOUR First Amendment rights to pay tribute to the 9/11 slain and prevent this evil from occurring instead of using it as an excuse to not do anything.

    This is a huge slap in the face for all Americans and all nationalities who both saw and who will always feel in their hearts, the horrible death of those 3000 on 9/11.

  • Australia Hails Jessica Watson, 16, For Sailing Record

    05/14/2010 11:51:46 PM PDT · 4 of 21
    mtntop3 to Steelfish
    She had electronic backup for security; but it is still a phenomenal achievement—which will probably receive a small paragraph or two at most on the back of the sport sections . . .

    Most of the spectator-sportsmen of today can not even maneuver a row boat on a placid lake.

  • [ObamaCare] The Road to Repeal is Well Under Way

    05/12/2010 8:43:52 PM PDT · 8 of 20
    mtntop3 to 2ndDivisionVet

    (Reuters)(May 12, 2010) - The United States posted an $82.69 billion deficit in April, nearly four times the $20.91 billion shortfall registered in April 2009 and the largest on record for that month, the Treasury Department said on Wednesday.

    It was more than twice the $40-billion deficit that Wall Street economists surveyed by Reuters had forecast and was striking since April marks the filing deadline for individual income taxes that are the main source of government revenue.

    Department officials said that in prior years, there was a surplus during April in 43 out of the past 56 years.

    The government has now posted 19 consecutive monthly budget deficits, the longest string of shortfalls on record.

  • Large Majority Of American Oppose Equal Rights For Illegal Immigrants

    04/30/2010 7:21:26 AM PDT · 42 of 42
    mtntop3 to Oldeconomybuyer

    This poll should be put forth unceasingly . . .

  • Is The President Finally Coming Around On Jerusalem?

    04/30/2010 7:17:26 AM PDT · 12 of 14
    mtntop3 to SJackson

    Obama, and his like, do not change. He may indeed reverse course on this—but due only to the political force applied against him. Like the Muslim world itself, he only respects power and strength.

  • Why Obama should not have checked 'black' on his census form

    04/29/2010 9:03:31 AM PDT · 29 of 42
    mtntop3 to afraidfortherepublic

    Obama may check “black”; but in his prepared TV addresses to the nation in recent months, he invariably appears almost white—surely the result of a heavy make-up job.

    Shades of Michael Jackson . . .

  • Che Shirt Reflects Poorly on Culture

    04/29/2010 8:51:55 AM PDT · 31 of 56
    mtntop3 to Kaslin

    Excellent article—too bad there are not more with this theme. When the counter-culture is not challenged, it becomes engrained.

    That sales guy could have subsequently re-thought his lunacy—he just hadn’t been challenged before (a culture of herd nerds). Action...action...action...

  • Grassley works to establish facts behind claim that GM repaid its TARP loan

    04/28/2010 6:59:41 PM PDT · 19 of 26
    mtntop3 to quesney

    Excellent work by Sen. Grassley and his staff—

  • Are we going to allow Lt. Col Terry Lakin to go to prison?

    04/28/2010 1:04:19 PM PDT · 88 of 175
    mtntop3 to xzins

    “when the odds aren’t very good for the soldier......”

    It would seem most obvious that a man with Lt. Col. Lakin’s maturity, experience, and outstanding military record, would know exactly what he is doing—of his own volition.

    What, sir, would you have counseled the men at Bastogne in December of ‘44?