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Posts by noiseman

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  • Two Killed, Eight Injured in Louisiana Theater Shooting

    07/23/2015 8:44:41 PM PDT · 115 of 170
    noiseman to UCANSEE2
    Reportedly it was, “Train Wreck”. What's that, a new movie about the Obama Administration ?

    Unfortunately, the Obama train is firmly on the intended path and we're all tied to the tracks.

  • “Christian” Writer Still Supports Planned Parenthood Despite Selling Aborted Baby Parts

    07/22/2015 12:23:17 PM PDT · 26 of 58
    noiseman to Morgana
    “Bottom line is he is a shmuck. “

    I think that's what I said above, but with a lot more words. You get extra credit for brevity.

  • “Christian” Writer Still Supports Planned Parenthood Despite Selling Aborted Baby Parts

    07/22/2015 12:19:01 PM PDT · 24 of 58
    noiseman to kosciusko51
    "Based on what his website believes, he seems to be more interested in the current culture than the truth."

    Unfortunately, the beliefs expressed on his website, while a bit more extreme, are very consistent with what has come to be known as the "emerging" or "emergent" church movement. This is a movement that seeks to make church more "relevant" to the present culture (which is not necessarily a bad thing), but actually often ends up accommodating and compromising with the culture (a very bad thing). These churches tend to avoid dealing with difficult issues, such as abortion, homosexuality, etc. Their typical cliche they use to dodge tough issues is to say "We want to be known for what we're for rather than what we're against." That sounds good to the unthinking, but the reality is that as Christians we should be know for both. How does someone come to repentance (something else they avoid discussing - "might offend someone") and therefore realize they need salvation if the church just keeps implying that they're fine regardless of how they are living their lives?

    Many of our churches have fallen for this faulty line of reasoning. It's seductive because it promises an easy path on which pastors never need to worry about being called nasty names or being labeled as "intolerant." But in the end, it's just a lie. No competent reading of the Bible can lead to a conclusion that Christians should avoid difficult issues and compromise with evil, just so that people engaged in sin won't be offended. It's just that we are surrounded these days by too many intellectually lazy Christians who mistakenly think that Jesus's directive to love everyone somehow requires us to tolerate whatever sin and evil they choose to engage in. That is completely wrong.

  • Boy Scouts of America votes to end ban on gay adults

    07/13/2015 2:55:06 PM PDT · 51 of 140
    noiseman to Ace's Dad
    That's an excellent suggestion. I soloed in a Schweizer 2-33 when I was 15 (at the former Black Forest Gliderport near Colorado Springs). Got my Private Pilot - Sailplane rating at 16 (before I even had my driver's license). Went on to fly the 2-32, 1-26, and Grob G-103 Twin II.

    I haven't flown in years, but that experience instilled a sense of responsibility and good judgment in me at that early age, and it has paid lifelong dividends. Sadly, I look at many of the utterly clueless teens today and can't imagine them being responsible enough to act as Pilot in Command of anything. For those who have been raised correctly, however, soaring youth camps are still a great idea.

    P.S. - I keep thinking about getting back into the sport. There are some nice LS-4s out there that can be had for a reasonable price.

  • ‘Post-racial’ Obama announces new push to socially engineer every neighborhood by RACE

    07/08/2015 5:22:22 PM PDT · 3 of 24
    noiseman to markomalley

    Because we all know that if you mix cancer cells with healthy cells, the body will thrive. /s

  • Pentagon urged to boot chaplains who oppose 'gay' marriage [Revelation 12]

    07/01/2015 3:59:49 PM PDT · 116 of 164
    noiseman to I want the USA back
    "...they have no intention of forcing the beard and burka crowd to “marry” them, knowing that they throw gays off a roof."

    Well I think since these "marriages" will be public record, someone needs to obtain those records and make sure every radical muslim infesting this country knows precisely who the sodomites are. Might as well make lemonade from lemons.

  • Katie Couric interviews Ted Cruz

    06/29/2015 7:49:21 PM PDT · 99 of 102
    noiseman to Bob434
    "Would someone with a direct line to Ted please inform Him climate change is real- but what it is NOT is man caused..."

    Actually, Ted Cruz is correct. GISS satellite data indicate no warming is occurring. What the global warming fraud relies upon is tons of computer modeling (which is by its nature completely dependent upon the input assumptions), and ridiculously inaccurate surface station data.

    Ted's right.

  • Supreme Court upholds broad housing discrimination claims

    06/26/2015 12:16:31 PM PDT · 27 of 29
    noiseman to Lurking Libertarian
    "Not to justify today's votes, but Kennedy is actually very conservative in business cases-- not the cases that make headlines, but the ones that make a difference in my day-to-day law practice."

    And Mussolini made the trains run on what? It's because of self-interest driven pragmatism that so few are willing to stand on principle these days. The big picture always matters more than lesser concerns, but unfortunately most today will gladly trade their birthright for a little temporary comfort.

    The so-called "social issues" that the RINOs of the world so casually dismiss are what our country's founders would have called foundational principles. If we have a toxic, dysfunctional culture then nothing else matters. That's why even the wealthiest of the founders were willing to give up their personal wealth and a relatively comfortable existence under the British monarchy to fight for liberty.

  • Democrats Are Using the Confederate Flag (Which They Gave Us) to Destroy the GOP Southern Stronghold

    06/25/2015 11:54:52 AM PDT · 29 of 32
    noiseman to Kaslin

    You know, I think I’ve come around to the liberals’ way of thinking on this. So can we now apply their logic to finally ban Islam in this country?

  • BREAKING: Healthcare subsidies upheld by SCOTUS

    06/25/2015 7:50:37 AM PDT · 306 of 615
    noiseman to Gritty
    "Where do we go from here when there is nothing left of the Constitution and the rule of law?"

    I think we all know where things should go from here, but there is one last option short of that: mass refusal to pay taxes. If this isn't "taxation without representation", I don't know what is. The Supreme Court has brazenly disregarded legislation duly passed by the representatives of the people. Of course, those "representatives" tortured the legislative process to pass it in the first place, but that's another story.

    Aside from the obvious self-preservation, why should I continue to pay into a system that now flaunts its total disregard for the will of the people? There are no other options remaining. Of course, most people (even conservatives) are too attached to comfort and "stuff" to ever do anything. I'm starting to think none of us deserve to be called "Americans" anymore.

  • Scott Walker: Prioritizing economics over social issues is just smart politics

    06/12/2015 12:33:37 PM PDT · 48 of 125
    noiseman to ScottinVA
    "We’re dealing with a center-left America now..."

    So now we know that Karl Rove's freeper handle is "ScottinVA." That simply is not true. The country is still center-right, but the GOPe wing of the party keeps running Democrat-lite and expecting different results. Contrary to your other assertion, every Republican candidate in recent memory has shied away from "social issues", and they've had their heads handed to them as a result. Why? The data clearly show it's because they alienated CONSERVATIVES and conservative-leaning independents.

    The way to win the White House again is by being boldly conservative and explaining why conservatism is superior to liberalism, not by surrendering and mimicking liberals.

  • Scott Walker: Prioritizing economics over social issues is just smart politics

    06/12/2015 12:25:50 PM PDT · 37 of 125
    noiseman to ScottinVA
    What you dismiss as "social issues" are the very foundational issues that America depends upon if it is to remain (or become once again) America. You foolishly believe that you can just give up on the culture and somehow remain content if they just don't take too much of your money along the way. People with that attitude are just as much a part of the problem as are the loony leftists.

    Welcome to the Neville Chamberlain school of American patriotism. I, for one, want nothing to do with you defeatists.

  • Scott Walker: Prioritizing economics over social issues is just smart politics

    06/12/2015 12:19:19 PM PDT · 27 of 125
    noiseman to ScottinVA

    I’m aware of that, but how do you propose to reclaim the culture by refusing to fight for it?

  • Scott Walker: Prioritizing economics over social issues is just smart politics

    06/12/2015 12:18:06 PM PDT · 25 of 125
    noiseman to ScottinVA

    So essentially you are saying that the only time you would be willing to fight for something is when you essentially already have it? That you will simply give up if the going gets too tough? How can you consider yourself a conservative (presuming that you do)?

  • Scott Walker: Prioritizing economics over social issues is just smart politics

    06/12/2015 12:12:25 PM PDT · 22 of 125
    noiseman to jpl
    John Adams: "Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other."

    Umm....I would say that "social issues" are pretty darned important if you propose in any way to return us to Constitutional government. In fact, what John Adams was getting at was that if the people abandon the self restraint that comes only from God-given morality, they will become ungovernable savages and the Constitution will no longer matter. We have to stop creating this false dichotomy between "social issues" and other issues. If we don't have a solid, righteous culture ("social issues") then nothing else matters. Who cares what the tax rate is in Hell?

  • NAACP releases statement standing by Rachel Dolezal (#Transracial)

    06/12/2015 11:38:29 AM PDT · 68 of 106
    noiseman to tanknetter

    But she could just claim that she identifies as black and they would be stuck in a box of their own making.

  • NAACP releases statement standing by Rachel Dolezal (#Transracial)

    06/12/2015 11:35:55 AM PDT · 66 of 106
    noiseman to tcrlaf
    We may have just reached a tipping point moment in the battle against PC insanity, but only if we take full advantage of it. The left can't argue too strenuously that this woman is white, because they have already ceded the right to base such determinations on objective fact via their mush-headed, feeling-based criteria for determining gender.

    I say press them hard on this and do it now! If you are white, start demanding race-based set asides in employment, education, etc. If they balk, tell them you "identify" as black, Asian, Hispanic, or whatever floats your boat, and that they are bigoted and racist if they refuse to go along. If they still resist, challenge them to prove you're not black (or whatever). If they (as they must) point out that race is biologically determined and cannot be changed, then hit them with a challenge to their "transgendered" policies using the same logic.

    They can't have it both ways. I'm truly serious about this. This is our golden opportunity to shred their idiotic delusions, but we have to stand up in large numbers and actually do it.

  • Army Gen. Randy Taylor introduces his husband at Pentagon Gay Pride event

    06/09/2015 3:24:48 PM PDT · 104 of 152
    noiseman to IronJack
    "He’s not married. He does not have a husband."

    Exactly right. While we might feel powerless to stop this insanity, we are not. Each of us must, in whatever capacity presents itself in our daily lives, refuse to accept the left's distorted terminology and their vile, evil policies. We're at the point where we must be willing to accept whatever retribution comes our way and simply say "no." Steadfastly refuse to go along with the "diversity" agenda in the workplace, in school, or anywhere else. I guarantee there is a huge "silent majority" out there just waiting for someone to stand up and show them that this can be resisted.

    Demand that the "diversity" advocates prove their inane claims. "Diversity is our strength"?... Then demand that they explain how "diversity" is better than unity. They say you are going to be rated as an employee on how you "manage diversity"?... Then demand that they explain exactly how they propose to objectively measure your performance in that area. They claim that the U.S. is a "racist nation" with "institutionalized racism"?... Make them prove it. As for the LGBTQRSTUVWXYZ idiocy, stand on your Constitutional right to religious free exercise and don't back down, EVER, no matter the consequence.

    We have got to stop acquiescing and start resisting...period.

  • Misinformation Campaign Threatens Free Trade Deal

    05/12/2015 2:17:13 PM PDT · 87 of 105
    noiseman to dragnet2

    Yep, forgot to mention the growing alliance with Putin’s Russia. Thanks for adding that.

  • Misinformation Campaign Threatens Free Trade Deal

    05/12/2015 12:54:19 PM PDT · 62 of 105
    noiseman to bert
    "The social revolution in China is changing the populace from rabid chicoms to prosperous chicaps."

    Oh really? All of the available evidence would argue that on the contrary, they are merely becoming wealthier communists. And that is a VERY bad thing.

    Have you not noticed that as China becomes more prosperous it also becomes more belligerent toward us and the rest of the free world? They are using their economic prosperity to build a blue water navy that can challenge ours around the world, and are otherwise upgrading all facets of their military, including now stealth development. And they have achieved this prosperity by ignoring your advice, and instead being protectionist in the extreme, as well as by manipulating their currency to their advantage.

    You see, the problem with "free trade" is that it doesn't really exist. Many of the most powerful players, China chief among them, simply use our enthusiasm for it to manipulate us to their advantage. If truly free markets existed, I might agree with you, but unfortunately they don't on a worldwide scale.

  • Live Webcast: Arsenal of Democracy:World War II Victory Capitol Flyover

    05/08/2015 7:58:14 AM PDT · 4 of 80
    noiseman to PeteePie

    Ummmm, while they’re there.........?

  • Al Madrigal Says What Everyone's Thinking But Won't Say About Cruz & Rubio (WASPs of Latino world)

    05/07/2015 1:41:09 PM PDT · 3 of 17
    noiseman to 2ndDivisionVet
    Unbelievable (but oh so predictable). In summary, Mexican, Latin American, and South American immigrants, legal or illegal, want to install in this country the very same destructive socialist policies that caused the devastation they ran from in the first place. It appears they also are just a bit racist as well since they seem to judge whether someone is "Latino" largely on their skin tone.

    As for the implication in the article that Cesar Chavez was some type of champion of Latino immigration, he and his brother used to beat up illegals crossing the border, and he used to hand out rolls of dimes to union field workers so that they could call if they saw illegals trying to work the fields (which is where the phrase "drop a dime on someone" came from). He was no champion of illegals, or even of legal immigrants. On the contrary, he viewed them with contempt since they represented competition for the work that he wanted exclusively for his union members.

  • Kerry just tried to reassure Israel on Iran mentioning redesigned 30,000-pound US bomb

    05/05/2015 6:15:43 PM PDT · 4 of 41
    noiseman to SJackson

    @Horseface: “Prove it.”

  • Leaking Las Vegas: Forced Rationing Looms As Lake Mead Faces Federal "Water Emergency"

    05/04/2015 11:18:13 AM PDT · 6 of 23
    noiseman to Paladin2
    Yep, because California refuses to build new water storage or transport capacity they must instead withdraw increasing quantities from outside sources. This is entirely a self-inflicted crisis.

    If California would ignore the envirowhackos (I know, not going to happen) and build some reservoirs to capture the water that falls on their own state, it would certainly help and perhaps alleviate the problem altogether. As with electric cars, they live in a fantasy world where they believe that they can have the benefits without the necessary trade offs. You want water?... Well then you have to live with construction of additional reservoirs.

  • Three-Dimensional DNA Code Defies Evolution

    04/27/2015 8:24:17 AM PDT · 3 of 24
    noiseman to Moonman62

    I think you misapplied the word “tool” in your unfortunate statement.

  • APNewsBreak: AG says Bible can’t be official Tennessee book

    04/14/2015 1:11:17 AM PDT · 5 of 9
    noiseman to Olog-hai
    The Tennessee Attorney General's opinion is patently absurd. To understand the so-called "establishment clause", we need only to examine the actions of those who wrote and ratified it, subsequent to its passage.

    And what do we find? We see the early Congress appropriating public funds to print Bibles and to send missionaries to evangelize the Indian tribes. Heck, Christian church services were held in the Senate and Supreme Court chambers, and Thomas Jefferson routinely attended them when he was President.

    I think it's pretty safe to say that the Founders who wrote the First Amendment would have absolutely no problem with making the Bible a state, or even national book. The notion that the government must be completely secular, sterilized of any hint of religion, is just factually and historically wrong.

  • Bacon Found Wrapped Around Edmond Mosque's Door Handles

    04/14/2015 12:49:55 AM PDT · 5 of 76
    noiseman to markomalley

    Now, that’s how it’s done.

  • Washington State Wants to Build a Bridge Out of Old Aircraft Carriers

    04/13/2015 2:13:17 PM PDT · 20 of 28
    noiseman to BenLurkin

    If Obama has his way, they’ll build it with Nimitz-class carriers.

  • Rand Paul on gay marriage: 'People ought to be treated fairly'

    04/13/2015 12:23:14 PM PDT · 28 of 63
    noiseman to thetallguy24
    Homosexuals are already treated fairly under the law: If they want to marry, they have the same right as anyone else to find a suitable member of the opposite sex and to legally commit to them. What they don't have is a right to change the definition of marriage to suit their proclivities.

    I am disappointed that Rand Paul is giving in to the left's habit of redefining terms in his apparent attempt to finesse his answer. We have to start clearly framing the parameters of debate, rather than accepting the left's deceptive characterizations.

  • Indiana Democrats call for repeal of religious freedom law

    03/31/2015 4:33:11 PM PDT · 12 of 23
    noiseman to C19fan

    The headline would be more accurate if you dropped the word “law” from the end.

  • How Do we Decide Who Is a ‘Real’ Candidate for President?

    03/26/2015 11:40:37 AM PDT · 27 of 38
    noiseman to The Final Harvest
    "Second Day - $75,000."

    Did you mean $750,000?

  • Germanwings Co-Pilot Deliberately Crashed Plane, Says Prosecutor

    03/26/2015 6:18:46 AM PDT · 63 of 387
    noiseman to Oldeconomybuyer
    "...there are no indications that the co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, had “any kind of terrorist background”, the Reuters news agency reports."

    Maybe not (yet), but then they thought Bowe Bergdahl was just an innocent who was kidnapped, too.

  • Germanwings Co-Pilot Deliberately Crashed Plane, Says Prosecutor

    03/26/2015 6:13:03 AM PDT · 47 of 387
    noiseman to rbg81

    There is zero question that this was deliberate, as opposed to health-related. Airliners are not hand-flown at cruising altitude. This aircraft would have certainly been under the control of the autopilot/FMS at this point, and had the copilot been rendered unconscious for some reason it merely would have flown on in level flight until it ran out of fuel.

  • AP confirms: U.S. nuke deal to allow Iran 6,000 centrifuges for continued uranium enrichment

    03/19/2015 1:12:57 PM PDT · 34 of 41
    noiseman to SeekAndFind

    Anyone thought about the possibility that allowing Iran to obtain nukes is just a step in Obama’s plan to create a nuclear-armed caliphate? I can easily see Obama facilitating the Iranian bomb in order to scare Sunni Muslim countries into obtaining their own arsenals, then following that up by instigating another “Arab Spring”-style takeover by the radicals in those countries, and suddenly we have not one dangerous Muslim nuclear power, but a whole slew of them, led by the likes of Isis, Al Qaeda, and the mullahs.

    That is, of course, unless Israel stops the dominoes from falling first.

  • Landmark Internet rules approved

    02/26/2015 5:20:46 PM PST · 203 of 273
    noiseman to GIdget2004

    Prediction: Industry stops investing in improvements to Internet infrastructure due to reduced ability to recover costs, and the Feds then redistribute the remaining bandwidth “to be fair.” Everyone suffers.

    Sound familiar?

  • White House Looks For Ways To 'Undercut' Netanyahu's Visit

    02/21/2015 9:29:04 AM PST · 45 of 85
    noiseman to redgolum
    "While I support Israel, having a foreign head of state address Congress with out the support of the US head of state is not a good precedent to set. That is not Congresses role.

    If the U.S. had an actual president instead of a terrorist-sympathizing, Marxist usurper, I might agree with you (though this is not without precedent). Obama IS the very "domestic enemy" that elected officials take oaths to defend against. I think hosting a speech that makes him pouty is mild compared to what Congress should be doing to him.

  • No Evolution Deniers in the White House

    02/19/2015 12:24:05 PM PST · 19 of 74
    noiseman to 2ndDivisionVet

    The toughest thing for evolutionists to explain is how an abstraction like the genetic code came into being without an intelligence to assign meaning to its components. No one would seriously try to argue that our 26-letter alphabet is the result of random chance, yet it is infinitely less complex than DNA. And without intelligence to assign meaning and rules of use to what we identify as a “letter A”, for example, the shapes that we call letters within our alphabet would be powerless to convey information. They would be meaningless blobs.

    The same goes for DNA and it’s incredibly complex system to encode, store, and decode information as well as its built-in error correction mechanisms. Alleged evolution of the chemical components of DNA is one thing (though still impossible), but evolution of the information that rides upon them and the rules for applying that information to do work can only originate from a superior intelligence.

  • Transgender Students Plan “[Expletive]-In” to Protest Men’s Bathrooms

    02/13/2015 3:36:08 PM PST · 22 of 83
    noiseman to greene66
    We've essentially turned the insane asylum inside-out. Now the lunatics who would have previously been limited to regaling their nurses and attendants with their delusions of being the Queen of England, or whatnot, are running free among us and some are actually in charge. And those in charge are relentless in their effort to paint themselves as sane and the rest of us as crazy (the asylum inside-out), and to use legislation to codify their insane vision.

    Any attempt to pacify them by discussing their ravings only emboldens and enables them. They must be dealt with by dispensing the plain truth - they are nuts! Plain and simple.

    There are some people, by virtue of their behavior, that deserve to be marginalized and the "transwhatevers" certainly fit that category.

  • Why Climate Deniers Have No Scientific Credibility: Only 1 of 9,136 Recent Peer-Reviewed Authors Rej

    02/03/2015 12:51:05 PM PST · 136 of 158
    noiseman to dennisw

    The (highly questionable) “science” aside, the behavior of the CAGW crowd casts serious doubt on their credibility. For example, ever notice how they subtly shifted from talking about carbon dioxide and instead began referring to “carbon?” The two substances are completely different, of course, but why the messaging change? I think it is clearly an effort to deceive the public by using terminology that falsely suggests images of dirty, sooty smokestacks and air pollution. That’s a much more compelling image for their PR campaign than a compound, CO2, that we all exhale as a necessary function of life. A related question: Why does “settled science” need a PR campaign in the first place?

    Add to that example the fact that real science doesn’t operate by consensus and certainly doesn’t label anyone with a competing theory a “denier”, or their recent behavior of moving the goalposts by now pushing their projections 100 years out into the future (where they cannot be contradicted by actual events, as has happened frequently in the past couple of decades), and the level of fraud becomes crystal clear.

    We are witnessing one of the greatest frauds ever perpetrated upon mankind.

  • Report: 65 Secret Service Agents on Hand for Hillary Clinton's Paid Speech … in Canada

    01/22/2015 9:08:59 AM PST · 7 of 28
    noiseman to GrandJediMasterYoda

    And yet we’re supposed to believe that the First Wookie was confronted by a woman at Target who wanted her to get something off the top shelf for her. Sure.

  • French Terror Suspect Was Failed Rapper-Turned-Jihadist

    01/08/2015 2:37:37 PM PST · 27 of 27
    noiseman to Responsibility2nd

    So he was a member of two failed cultures. Awesome.

  • Islamic Terrorists in Paris Slaughter NOT Connected to Islam?

    01/08/2015 1:21:48 PM PST · 13 of 29
    noiseman to cuban leaf

    Surprised they didn’t trot out the “workplace violence” nonsense. Had it not been captured on video, they very well may have tried it.

  • Rep. Jim Bridenstine: Why I Will Not Vote for John Boehner to Be House Speaker

    01/02/2015 11:23:35 AM PST · 43 of 105
    noiseman to frog in a pot
    Completely agree with you. I hate the current RINO domination of the party as much as anyone, but a third party is not a viable option and simply refusing to vote is similarly useless.

    The only chance is to change the party from within. True conservatives must take it over, and the only way to do that is through the primary process. The current corruption didn't happen overnight, and the cure for it will take time as well. Keep challenging and beating RINOs in primaries and things will eventually change for the better.

    Unfortunately though, once the general election rolls around the only real choice is to vote for the most conservative (or least liberal) candidate. Don't lodge meaningless protest votes - dry up the pool of available RINOs during the primaries instead.

  • The Audacity of Kwanzaa

    12/30/2014 7:49:16 AM PST · 5 of 9
    noiseman to Dilbert San Diego

    The “seven principles” are EXACTLY the same, word for word, as the seven precepts of the Symbionese Liberation Army that kidnapped Patty Hearst (Look it up, you’ll be amazed). Kwanzaa is a completely contrived holiday invented in the ‘60s by Ron Karenga, a violent black militant.

  • Threats to New York Police Stream In After Fatal Shootings, Putting Department on Edge

    12/25/2014 7:13:51 PM PST · 17 of 19
    noiseman to Libloather
    Yesterday, my wife drove up to a couple of patrol cars sitting in our church parking lot just to thank them and let them know that they have our support. As she approached, one of the cars backed up quickly to avoid her and the other officer was very edgy and suspicious until they realized that everything was OK. They explained that they have to be very cautious now, but thanked her for her words of support.

    We live in Colorado, and obviously even our police officers are jumpy because of what is happening. This is so absurd. Sharpton, Jackson, and all of the "protesters" who looted, burned, or incited riots should be in prison, end of story. They are spreading a vicious lie and compromising the ability of police to do their jobs as a result.

  • ISIS Says It Will Conquer Europe Soon, Undertake Religious Cleansing And Kill Ruthlessly

    12/24/2014 8:55:57 PM PST · 125 of 171
    noiseman to TigerLikesRooster

    Now can we carpet bomb them?

  • WH Science Adviser: Make CO2 Emissions 'Close to Zero'

    12/24/2014 12:03:57 PM PST · 50 of 50
    noiseman to rktman
    Global temperatures increased approximately 7 degrees Celsius during the Medieval Warm Period (long before industrialization, by the way), yet Holdren and the rest of the warming cult claim that an alleged additional 1.2 to 2 degrees Celsius over the next century will destroy the planet.

    And what did that "evil" warming hundreds of years ago produce?... Why, only the period now known as The Renaissance, that's all. Food production soared and the average standard of living improved immensely, leading to increased population and an explosion of culture.

    There were once tropical plants in Antarctica, and we have found medieval villages under the ice in Greenland, yet we're supposed to believe that if the Earth warms from its present temperature even a degree or two it will be the apocalypse. What utterly idiotic nonsense.

    Notice, by the way, that the warmists no longer predict temperature increases in terms of the next few years or decades. They learned their lesson with the current nearly 20 year "pause" in warming. EVERY prediction they have made has failed to materialize, so now they have deviously placed the timeframe of the alleged climate disaster so far out into the future (2100+) that simple observations can no longer contradict it. Their behavior alone strongly suggests that the whole thing is a politically-motivated scam.

  • Subway Manspreaders Told: Close Your Legs And Let Other People Ride

    12/21/2014 11:26:22 AM PST · 22 of 55
    noiseman to 2banana
    "Lemmie guess - it is a black and muslim thing."

    Well, I certainly know that the taking up space and daring you to say anything about it phenomenon is a black thing. I can't count how many times I've witnessed black "youths" just trudge along slowly right in the middle of the street, knowing full well that they are in everyone's way. It's a power thing.

    Didn't surprise me at all when "the gentle giant" and his gentle friend were reported to be doing the same thing.

  • Subway Manspreaders Told: Close Your Legs And Let Other People Ride

    12/21/2014 11:18:38 AM PST · 9 of 55
    noiseman to 2ndDivisionVet

    Remember when there WERE ladies?

  • When You Condemn One Black Man as a ‘Thug’ You Condemn Us All

    12/09/2014 4:45:20 PM PST · 165 of 166
    noiseman to Servant of the Cross
    'If only Martin Luther King's dream that his children would be "judged by the content of their character" were allowed to be realized by the "communities of color" ....'

    When your character is filled with darkness and failure, you tend to not want to be judged by it.