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  • So, What Cured Ebola Patients Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol?

    08/21/2014 2:43:56 PM PDT · 19 of 26
    zerosix to SeekAndFind
    God has many sources and He alone knows which He used.

    I would imagine He has plans for those two to continue to work for Him among the lost.

    What better way to show those they have served in their ministry in Africa, that there is help for this dreaded disease, if people would just seek help sooner and in updated clinics where trained workers can treat them.

  • So, What Cured Ebola Patients Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol?

    08/21/2014 2:32:57 PM PDT · 16 of 26
    zerosix to SeekAndFind

    Maybe they and many, many others prayed for complete healing!

  • White supremacy is the real culprit in Ferguson. The excuses just prove it

    08/20/2014 9:39:59 PM PDT · 46 of 54
    zerosix to 2ndDivisionVet
    ....and it's my fault that the black girls from the age of 13/14 and on can't or won't keep their knees tougher and quit pumping out babies every 9 months; it's also my fault that these same black moms, grandmothers and great grandmothers have been on welfare from then on, give their welfare, WIC and food stamps to these black thugs that they support and sleep with; it's also my fault that my taxes now have to go to feeding these same black kids breakfast lunch and dinner because their is no food in their homes (where their moms get welfare, WIC and food stamps and Sec. 8 housing for spreading their legs for their black thugs who are drug dealers, users, pimps and gang bangers).

    And lastly it's also my fault that the black preachers in their communities never mention Jesus telling the woman in adultery to "go and sin no more;" that sex outside of marriage is a sin and that fornication is condemned by the Lord they profess to believe in. I suppose it's also my fault that those same black preachers protesting "institutional racism" and social justice never read the whole bible where the Lord speaks of teaching a man to fish rather than merely giving him a fish!

    The only thing causing most of what they are now demanding justice over is their failure to marry the fathers of their children, to parent their own children, to finish school, get a job, to lay off the booze and drugs.....oh and to vote out the white and black liberals who want to keep them tied to Uncle Sugar Daddy for their entire lives!

  • Homeland Security Warns Ahead Of ‘National Day Of Rage’

    08/20/2014 8:35:14 PM PDT · 49 of 81
    zerosix to markomalley
    "DHS does not consider non-violent civil disobedience criminal" acts, huh.

    Does looting, screaming verbal threats, pushing and shoving passers by constitute "non-violence" by the DHS?

    It looks like the Feds are going to be protecting the "civil rights" of the people celebrating their "Day of Rage."

  • Considering three factors at play in Ferguson

    08/20/2014 8:17:42 PM PDT · 16 of 37
    zerosix to 2ndDivisionVet
    The black children's fear instead of the police, should certainly be the black young and not so young men of their own community!

    You know what I'm talking about even if the writer of this swill doesn't.

    This sounds just like the same bilge that appears regularly in our local rag, the Kansas City (Red) Star!

    Black pastors are out regularly on various street corners with black women and girls of the area, quoting scripture and bemoaning community neglect over the death of another black child or young person.

    Unfortunately, on Sunday, those same pastors never, ever venture into the part of the bible that mentions chastity and the sin of fornication, of bringing children into the world without being married to the father of that child, about the tragedy of raising fatherless children, especially the boys.

    Those same black pastors preach love, forgiveness, and the sin of racism inferring that some how the white community surrounding the urban core, is responsible for drive-by shootings over drug deals and gang bangers who feel "disrespected" by another person.

    The editorial writers picking up on the same theme, continue the same narration of community neglect, poverty and racism is what is killing blacks in the neighborhood.

    I'm sorry but I'm fresh out of sympathy here. Guys and gals who volunteer for jobs of attempting to protect the weak and innocent in the violent urban core not only care for those they are attempting to serve but place their very lives at risk each and every time they pin on the badge. Make mistakes, yes, errors in judgement under "fire" so to speak but many of those in the communities who do not appreciate their efforts, threaten them with violence and mayhem each and every day.

    Anyone in the community not welcoming the police presence, is free to call drug dealers, people hopped up on PCP, or gang bangers when their child is missing, someone shoots up their homes or physically assaults the,.

  • Missouri cop was badly beaten before shooting Michael Brown, says source

    08/20/2014 5:31:37 PM PDT · 53 of 56
    zerosix to Kaslin

    “Preliminary ‘autopsy’” performed by a phony “forensic pathologist assistant,” Shawn Parcells!


    08/17/2014 5:22:47 PM PDT · 15 of 39
    zerosix to Jim Robinson

    He IS his father’s son after all.

  • VICE News: Live From the Streets of Ferguson, Missouri

    08/16/2014 10:06:53 PM PDT · 14 of 224
    zerosix to BunnySlippers
    Yeah, what is it about RAIN?

    Bad guys getting rained on must be terrible!

    No "long hot summer" so that the apologizers, especially in the media, can find plenty to excuse, i.e. heat, no fans, no air conditioners, no jobs, etc. Anything to excuse lawlessness and criminal behavior - but rain, now that's God's way of diffusing the situation.

    Thank you Jesus.

  • Angry Republican Leaders Ready To Shut Door On Open Primaries

    08/09/2014 10:05:57 AM PDT · 71 of 82
    zerosix to matthew fuller
    Well, they don't; necessarily need to be held in the “reddest states” but at the very least, not in places like Iowa, where students and paid stooges drive over from Illinois to “participate in their caucus” and we always wind up with people the liberals would most like to run against (aka losers that don't ever energize the conservative base, again like Dole, McCain or Romney), the same people that promise to never give a hard time to a Democrat candidate!
  • Angry Republican Leaders Ready To Shut Door On Open Primaries

    08/08/2014 11:03:56 PM PDT · 38 of 82
    zerosix to Kenny Bunk
    I'm sorry but you are incorrect (on public financing forcing primaries open.)

    It is always up to the states to determine their own election rules and regulations.

    Some time ago, liberals began claiming that what "we" needed was to "open primaries" that way, one could merely vote in whichever party's primary you wanted without having to do something "so partisan and exclusionary as having a closed primary election."

    They even went so far as to hold "non-partisan" local elections even for Mayor, etc.

    The only people that this ever helps are liberals, whether Democrat or Republicans!

    Those 27 states with open primaries can vote at anytime to close their primaries but my thinking is that as many of those states are ruled by liberals, it won't happen.

    I'm all for deciding whom to choose as a Presidential candidate by holding the first primaries only in closed primary states, that way we don't wind up with John McCain, Mitt Romney or Bob Dole!

  • Angry Republican Leaders Ready To Shut Door On Open Primaries

    08/08/2014 10:52:44 PM PDT · 37 of 82
    zerosix to matthew fuller
    The states control their own primaries.

    How else do you think we got Presidential candidate, John McCain, even Mitt Romney - Iowa, New Hampshire, etc.

    The only states with open primaries have elected officials who are "moderate" Republicans in charge.

    Democrats never worry about having Republicans crossing over and voting in their primaries as most of us wouldn't be caught dead asking for a Democrat ballot!

  • Watch Cincinnati Bengals

    08/07/2014 8:59:09 PM PDT · 29 of 33
    zerosix to KC_Lion
    Not tonight buddy!

    Chief's 41 - Bengals 39!!

  • The Kansas Primary over, ON TO TENNESSEE ON THURSDAY!

    08/06/2014 8:10:52 PM PDT · 32 of 35
    zerosix to ncfool
    I predict the same regarding Roberts' tenure at helm.

    I know it's before general election but Roberts won't have much trouble, however word out on the street is Wolf is planning playing the role of spoiler, leaning on a write-in in November.

    That way, he can probably draw away enough votes to hand the seat to the Democrat!

    If that were to happen, Wolf would be poison for any future office, at least in KS.

  • Pat Roberts barely scrapes past Milton Wolf in Kansas

    08/06/2014 11:09:18 AM PDT · 29 of 31
    zerosix to Innovative

    Wolf also claimed to be pro-gun, used photos of him with his "weapon of choice" when in reality, he sought out someone very knowledgable with weapons, who dealt in guns, asked him which would be his "weapon of choice," then claimed it was "his (Wolf's) weapon of choice!" Wolf knew next to nothing about the weapon until an expert told him what he liked is just like his purchasing a lifetime membership in the NRA, when he'd never, ever been a member until he decided to run for office (I know this for a fact as a dear friend of mine is on the NRA board and so informed me.)

    Two very conservative groups, one in KS and the other national refused to endorse Wolf, Kansans for Life and the Club for Growth.

    Whether or not Roberts needs to retire is never an excuse to replace him with a charlatan who managed to fool a few people so that everyone became enamored with someone on the basis of Wolf's being endorsed by a few people who evidently didn't bother to do their homework on Wolf.

    Sadly, many of those who signed on to Wolf decided because some of us did not agree with them, chose to take it personally and attack us because we didn't agree!

    This is not the way to build the party but the way to destroy it!

    A few people that I had counted as friends of decades, decided that if I refused to sign on to Wolf, I was no longer worthy of being a member of the human race!

    You would have thought I'd said Adolph Hitler was really a great guy, or I loved Stalin!

  • Pat Roberts barely scrapes past Milton Wolf in Kansas

    08/06/2014 10:31:25 AM PDT · 28 of 31
    zerosix to joshua c
    That comment would qualify as a "low information voter" status.

    It's also akin to believing in global warming because Hollywierd makes TV shows, movies, etc. claiming it as a "fact."

    Whether or not one believes Pat Roberts should retire and let someone younger with lots of energy run for that office, doesn't necessarily follow that every person who desires that office is not only not qualified but also not a person of character such that voters would give him/her trust.

    KS has had plenty of RINO and bad GOP elected guys/gals but Pat didn't fall into that category, at least not enough so that some of us believed Wolf was the person we trusted as a replacement.

    We will get someone, just not someone who claims he is "a hero deserving of our vote!"

  • Pat Roberts barely scrapes past Milton Wolf in Kansas

    08/06/2014 8:26:27 AM PDT · 11 of 31
    zerosix to tflabo
    Maybe "most (KS) voters aren't idiots, maybe we just didn't like or trust Wolf.

    Maybe some of us already knew Wolf wasn't what he claimed to be to outsiders from other states; maybe some of us thought his claiming to be a "hero" in his own ads was pretty egomaniacal.

    Maybe some of us just like picking out our own candidates and don't much care for "leaders" of some TEA Party groups shoving one down our throats!

  • The Kansas Primary over, ON TO TENNESSEE ON THURSDAY!

    08/06/2014 8:19:50 AM PDT · 28 of 35
    zerosix to yldstrk
    To answer your question: you get a good candidate, not one that verbally attacks women who question some of his "facts" and practices; one who is not so egomaniacal; not one who when someone asks specific questions accuses their questioner of "running a 'whisper campaign' against him;" one who not only votes but also works and donates to other local candidates; and lastly, no one claiming to be a doctor then posts XRays of dead and/or dying victims, then makes fun of how they died!

    Wolf and his supporters have tried to claim he was a "youngster" when he did his Xray stunt - excuse me, he was doing his internship as a physician, not some teenager.

    This gives one a glimpse into the man's character and when questioned about his own behavior, he verbally attacks his questioners, especially if they were women. What's up with that?

    The fact is in Kansas, at least, there are any number of genuine conservatives that have voting and real character, not one that has to make up his own "history" and have his own ads claim him "a hero." What has he ever done to make him "a hero" but loudly proclaim his relationship to Obama?

    Kansas is not beholden to any TEA Party leader from somewhere else who demands that we elect their choice of candidate for us. Wolf's money and supporters all came from outside the state.

    FYI - We like picking our own candidates and not ones who are "introduced to us" whom we already know and don't like!

  • Top secret serum likely saved Ebola patients

    08/04/2014 8:17:22 AM PDT · 54 of 73
    zerosix to Innovative

    The prayers of millions of believers didn’t go to waste either!

  • Tucker Carlson, Kirsten Powers Clash Over America’s ‘Moral Obligation’ To Illegal Refugees [VIDEO]

    08/01/2014 6:20:40 AM PDT · 25 of 32
    zerosix to servo1969
    Somebody ask Kirsten Powersreal quick if she embraces the scriptures on God's edicts on homosexuality?


    IMHO Kirsten needs to study the scriptures a long time before she begins to lecture American taxpayers on what we "owe" others according to her Christian principles.

  • Ted Nugent rocks Kansas City as Obama arrives just blocks from concert venue Tuesday night

    07/31/2014 9:02:10 PM PDT · 7 of 15
    zerosix to octex

    Missouri (Missou-rah)!

  • Dr. Milton Wolf confronts Sen. Pat Roberts about debate (video)

    07/30/2014 3:51:57 PM PDT · 30 of 34
    zerosix to SoConPubbie
    NO Kansas conservative group has endorsed Wolf - period!

    Yes, what i've said might be mere "fluff" to you but should we, or you for that matter, be forced to have a guy (or gal either) that you neither want, support nor like, be chosen by people outside your state, who were also kicked out of office (as in the case of Ryun) for being out of touch with his voters?

    I do have other reasons but would have to share some private issues of others should I relate them on this forum.

    I do have some very real issues of my own but again, do not choose to expose private conversations in which I was but one participant.

    Lastly, I'm assuming you do not live in Kansas, so you have no dog in this hunt but just as I'm not going for presume to select your candidate, I don't choose to have others select mine, especially when I already know that candidate is personally a jerk!

    Let's just agree on this one but remain FR(iends) here.

  • Obama to Republicans: ‘Stop just hatin’ all the time’

    07/30/2014 2:50:37 PM PDT · 17 of 58
    zerosix to livius
    You've nailed it friend.

    Obozo also seemed to think he was in the Ozarks rather than Kansas City, where we can at least brush the straw out of our hair!

    'Course, most of his audience were blacks who'd been standing in line for two days to get a "free" ticket to hear him get into his getto preacher mode, just loved hearin' him drop his "gs" and ramp up the southern bbq sauce all over dem ribs!

    Why honey luv, he was jus' dripped' wid doz southern fried corn pone but none of it was luvin' it was all 'bout dat hatin'!

  • Dr. Milton Wolf confronts Sen. Pat Roberts about debate (video)

    07/30/2014 2:43:55 PM PDT · 28 of 34
    zerosix to SoConPubbie
    The good people of Topeka sent Jim Ryun out of office for the same reason he how believes Pat Roberts should leave - moved to DC and forgot his constituents in Kansas!

    Ironic, Jim Ryun no longer lives in Kansas either but wants to tell us whom we should chose to replace Roberts with!

    Doesn't that strike you as a bit odd?????

    And since when does someone who gets elected from the state, loses that seat and moves to another state, still believes he should choose what is good for the state that didn't think he deserved the job???

    Nope, we in KS know Milton Wolf and don't like him, don't like his obnoxious ways, don't think much of a guy who's never supported anyone for office, all of a sudden tells us he's they guy for us and if we don't happen to like it, tells us we must be RINOs because we don't jump at the chance to toss another guy over in favor of someone even his own neighbors don't care for?

  • Dr. Milton Wolf confronts Sen. Pat Roberts about debate (video)

    07/30/2014 2:37:16 PM PDT · 27 of 34
    zerosix to SoConPubbie
    I know of and even know some of these people and very strongly support them, though Jim Ryun's support from his own hometown people (Topeka, KS) wouldn't hold up and they sent him packing complaining that once he got to DC, he wasn't interested in his hometown folk. This is what Wolf is claiming about Roberts, so it's very ironic that Ryun loses his congressional seat from KS by never spending any time there and no longer lives here either but in DC!

    I know that they have signed on to Wolf based upon the recommendation of at least one of them (hopefully not merely Jim Ryun) but the people in Kansas who do know who has been really "walking the walk" and Wolf's not that guy.

    One of the largest conservative groups in Kansas is "Kansans for Life," and they won't support Wolf but do support Roberts!

    Wolf also claimed that he was supported by Bobby Jindal and Ted Cruz, neither of which was true.

    We, in KS, actually recognize who has been working on such things as running George Tiller, Planned Parenthood and Wolf has never, ever helped, endorsed or donated a nickel toward any of these or other conservative issues!

    Many of these guys are anxious to rid congress of stale has-been's and that's not a bad reason but if out-of-towners were anxious to find a conservative candidate to replace Roberts with, we surely have a decent sized list of them but nope, they sign on to someone they've met, usually online, know nothing at all about and have no idea that most conservative Kansans either know nothing of him or, as I and a few others, have very negative opinions of him.

    Sure he wrote in some online blogs early on with the recommendation of himself because he was "Barack Obama's Doctor Cousin who is Against Obamacare," people around the country came to know him from those articles - and think they know him and have even become angry with those of us from conservative circles in KS because we refuse to support him!

    Maybe it's just me, but if conservatives around the country want to replace all sitting Republicans, thinking that's the way to get the country back on track, might, just might try asking Kansans who we'd like to run in that race but nope, some conservative from Texas is hopping mad because I refuse to sign on to their idea of my Kansas candidate for the Senate!!!

    And who is wrong here, someone from DC, Texas or wherever who has chosen my ideal candidate for KS Senate and tells me I'm a liberal because I prefer to choose my own Kansas candidate!

    Last time I noticed, the TEA Party wasn't supposed to be a party run from the top down but from here in Kansas, it sure looks like outsiders are trying to run the show for us!

  • Dr. Milton Wolf confronts Sen. Pat Roberts about debate (video)

    07/30/2014 1:15:43 PM PDT · 21 of 34
    zerosix to alstewartfan
    Don't know that I'd be voting for Roberts, even though he's been there a long time, he has voted for most of what we Kansans have asked him to vote for.

    As to Wolf, we know far, far too much about him and lying is the least of his sins.The guy's a charlatan and there are a number of Kansas voters who know the truth about him.

    This isn't about standing behind Roberts, it's about NOT voting for Wolf!

  • University to Offer ‘Gender-Open’ Restrooms

    07/30/2014 12:42:11 PM PDT · 49 of 55
    zerosix to CSM

    Guess I’ll have to check it out. (RH, that is)

  • Dr. Milton Wolf confronts Sen. Pat Roberts about debate (video)

    07/30/2014 12:37:06 PM PDT · 16 of 34
    zerosix to demshateGod
    There are two others on the ballot besides Roberts and Wolf, so there's no need to leave your ballot blank.

    Wolf is the Scott Brown (MA) who get's elected until people find out just how unappetizing he was, now he's running in New Hampshire.

    Wolf's a "one hit wonder" and has little personal integrity to back him up.

  • Dr. Milton Wolf confronts Sen. Pat Roberts about debate (video)

    07/30/2014 12:29:26 PM PDT · 12 of 34
    zerosix to demshateGod
    That would be former Rep. Jan Meyers.

    In reality, she doesn't truly support Brownback, he's too conservative for her but she doesn't want to have 'rat endorsement go down as one of her last political acts.

    The other RINOs, they're not conservatives anyway and most got swept out of office by our "clean sweep" elections, so are really bummed.

  • Dr. Milton Wolf confronts Sen. Pat Roberts about debate (video)

    07/30/2014 12:26:18 PM PDT · 10 of 34
    zerosix to DoodleDawg
    They're not, I checked but Wolf's already out after Jerry Moran (our Jr. Senator from KS) so losing against Roberts, doesn't bother him.

    Wolf has been bitten by the political narcissus persona and is not backing down no matter whom he has to run against - he just knows he's what we need!

    How much time does he contribute to his medical practice doing this????

  • Dr. Milton Wolf confronts Sen. Pat Roberts about debate (video)

    07/30/2014 12:21:02 PM PDT · 6 of 34
    zerosix to SoConPubbie
    It "could" be all sorts of things but so could Wolf.

    I'm less suspicious of them than I am of him and why he's only found that we in KS really need him, once he found that he was a distance cousin of Barack's.

    A friend of mine asked him about some issues and he not so politely told her to go to his website, it was where he listed everything he stood for. She said she was only asking about one or two things but he insisted that she'd learn "everything she needed to know about him from his website."

    Not a good way to talk to someone who might just be willing to give you her vote.

  • Dr. Milton Wolf confronts Sen. Pat Roberts about debate (video)

    07/30/2014 12:10:47 PM PDT · 2 of 34
    zerosix to cotton1706
    Just received a pro-Pat Roberts mailer send out by Kansas Radiologists.

    One wonders why they don't think much of Milton Wolf.

  • Geraldo Rivera: Matt Drudge ‘doing his best to stir up a civil war’

    07/30/2014 12:08:26 PM PDT · 36 of 67
    zerosix to jazusamo
    How in the world could Drudge stir up a "civil war" reporting about a massive invasion of our Southern border by illegal aliens and encouraged by our President and Democrat Party, huh Jerry?

    A "civil war" would indicate one group of Americans fighting another group of Americans, wouldn't it, huh Jerry?

    If one group of fired up Americans stood up against the lawlessness going on and encouraged by our President at either the Southern border or at a location where our President through our own government agencies, are trying to sneak these illegal alien "children," would that constitute a "civil war," huh Jerry?

  • Obama to GOP: 'Stop just hating all the time'

    07/30/2014 10:43:08 AM PDT · 5 of 71
    zerosix to NormsRevenge

    He didn’t say “hating” he said “jus’ stop hatin’ all the time!”

  • Stop Hatin' All the Time' : Obama Slams GOP Lawsuit Vote

    07/30/2014 10:41:17 AM PDT · 22 of 50
    zerosix to MeshugeMikey
    Yes he did say that and his low to no information voters (who probably aren't even registered but vote anyway) cheered him on.

    Obama also slipped into his black preacher-boy dialect (didn't want to sound too much like Rev. Wright so sounded like too bitter, just whiney.)

  • No, Wheaton College’s Accreditation Should Not Be Revoked

    07/30/2014 10:19:12 AM PDT · 28 of 32
    zerosix to Fiji Hill
    Interesting (removing the cross as it "might offend" non-Christians!)

    We Christians are able to believe regardless of whether or not we "see a cross" as we hold it in our heart!

    Non-Christians are offended not by "seeing a cross" but by the fact that there was a cross!

  • Obama heaps praise on Muslim world before chowing down on pork barbecue

    07/30/2014 10:16:21 AM PDT · 9 of 16
    zerosix to KC_Lion
    I guess you can't listen to Rush online? I've had him on once I realized I wasn't going to hear him on the radio as I do much of the time even though I subscribe to his show, so can listen wherever I am.

    You can find other stations online that will still be carrying Rush's show.

    Try here:

    As to the BBQ, you are correct, Rosedale's is much superior to Bryant's, can't stand Gates either.

    We love Jack's Stack (they are also personal friends) but love Rosedale and it's close by as well!

  • Obama heaps praise on Muslim world before chowing down on pork barbecue

    07/30/2014 9:14:13 AM PDT · 4 of 16
    zerosix to Sean_Anthony

    Obama just now speaking at the Uptown Theater in Kansas City sounding like he’s running for office and introducing the Democrat MO Governor Jay Nixon, Democrat black racist congressman (former KC Mayor) Emanuel Cleaver and black Democrat KC mayor Sly James, on the radio station (KMBZ 980) that runs Rush!!!!

  • No, Wheaton College’s Accreditation Should Not Be Revoked

    07/30/2014 7:53:53 AM PDT · 13 of 32
    zerosix to SeekAndFind
    "BTW, Wheaton is the alma mater of the Rev. Billy Graham, former speaker of the house, Dennis Hastert, and Senator Dan Coats among others."

    Whomever graduated from Wheaton, matters not, if they are no longer standing on the same statement of faith.

    Harvard was established to prepare men for the ministry and complete study of the bible - look at it now!

  • No, Wheaton College’s Accreditation Should Not Be Revoked

    07/30/2014 7:50:14 AM PDT · 12 of 32
    zerosix to SeekAndFind
    The writer, as a non-Evangelical and not even specifically a Christian, really has no voice as to whether a school claiming to be Evangelical but changing its statement of faith, really has no voice in the matter.

    Merely because a school has the collection of C.S. Lewis, really matters not, if they no longer stand on the statement of faith.

    A local school had the complete works of Spurgeon - in their basement - but accepted gays as professors, so it had no problem allowing Spurgeon's works to go to a seminary that held them in high esteem!

  • University to Offer ‘Gender-Open’ Restrooms

    07/30/2014 7:28:57 AM PDT · 34 of 55
    zerosix to ogen hal
    You are absolutely correct - this proves just how mentally ill liberals are!

    No one in his/her right mind would be demanding that women of any age, allow men (regardless of their level of sexual "transformation") expose their genitalia next to them in order to use their restrooms.

    Since I don't think the push is to allow biological women to stand beside them at the urinals, but then, I could be wrong and these women without a penis might be demanding to use a urinal - they are that nuts!!!

  • AG Mark Herring is giddy over court ruling for homosexual marriage in VA (BARF ALERT)

    07/29/2014 12:53:43 PM PDT · 14 of 24
    zerosix to Gopher Broke
    "Since then, I’ve been moved by so many families reaching out to tell their stories. We can’t let ANY Virginia children grow up with the message that their families don’t deserve the same rights as others. It’s downright shameful.

    What is downright shameful is you, sir. You and the homosexual cabal demanding normalization of perversion and obscenities in the name of normal "families."

  • Fashion industry, retailers and the gender binary

    07/29/2014 12:17:07 PM PDT · 35 of 36
    zerosix to a fool in paradise
    You are absolutely correct in that "wardrobe issues for cross-dressers, tranney's (I never even knew that there was such a thing) and other sexual fetishes" were only covered in "alternative publications" or the kind of newsletters that one could pick up at specialty types of businesses (once upon a time, some of health food stores and vegan restaurants/delis were but a couple of types of these businesses but since Whole Foods has become mainstream, I guess they are no longer fringe stores.)

    At any rate, there were specific types of publications that almost resembled mimeograph copies (tells you how old I am) that carried these publications featuring strange ads hinting at unusual sexual services, drug paraphernalia, etc. with articles regarding where to find lingerie that ran in men's "big and tall" sizes, or which stores featured "sensitive sales personnel" when asking for personal fitting help.

    As you state, now this kind of article is appearing in "mainline" publications (does AP qualify to be called "mainline" or has "mainline" become "fringe fetish today?) which now produce "fringe fetish" as "news."

    Somehow, though not understanding most of the words or terms used, the author of this article implies that I'm somehow supposed to care about the fact that people are being humiliated because their body types don't fit into the available clothing lines at most traditional clothing and/or department stores.

    I might sympathize with these shoppers were their fitting "issues" not cloaked in psychobabble of fringe homosexual tendencies.

    I not only don't care, I'm offended.

  • Glenn Beck: Conservatives Won’t Win on Immigration

    07/28/2014 11:14:50 PM PDT · 42 of 55
    zerosix to smokingfrog

    Great post but Glenn doesn’t need a sheet, he can use his own “holy underwear!”

  • Fashion industry, retailers and the gender binary

    07/28/2014 10:57:18 PM PDT · 7 of 36
    zerosix to Olog-hai
    I went to the site to read the entire article and have to admit, I didn't understand more than half if the article!

    Not merely words like "masculine presenting" but most of the rest of what this woman was quoting these people as saying!

    Total BS psychobabble!

    Lord save us from this!

  • BREAKING -- Obama Abandons Israel At U.N. Security Council…

    07/28/2014 10:44:30 PM PDT · 35 of 76
    zerosix to originalbuckeye
    Most of the Jews I know care nothing about Israel and less about the Jews that live in Israel.

    One Jewish woman I know told me that her mother told her that the "Jews in Israel aren't 'our kind of people.'"

    When I asked her what her mother and she meant by that statement, she shrugged and said she never asked her mother what terminology stood for but she thought it had something to do not only with where most Jews in Israel came from but also that they don't practice their faith the same (my friend is very liberal, knows very little about the practice of Judiasm and the scriptures.)

    If I were to compare my friend's faith to that of a Christian, I would call them C&E or nominal Christians.

    Lastly, my friend's parents were probably anti-Zionists back before WWII and do not support the desire of those who move or merely help out Jews who need their support today.

    If my friend and her family lived in Israel today, they would be among those Jews that are always pushing the government to "make peace with Muslims," never once realizing that it is Muslims that don't want peace with Israel or the Jews, they merely want the Jews dead!

  • Which are the best miniseries ever?

    07/27/2014 10:13:51 PM PDT · 140 of 204
    zerosix to MNDude
    Windsor War; Shogun; Centennial; if you can tolerate its syrupy plot Thorn Birds and North & South.

    I could barely tolerate Roots at the time but couldn't choke it down now, not with the Jeffersons in the W. House!

  • With the Uniparty rearing its ugly head in Kansas its emergence can’t be denied

    07/27/2014 7:49:10 PM PDT · 15 of 15
    zerosix to Pete from Shawnee Mission
    Yes, I, too, know some of those on the list and any number of them have gone over on the dark side - more than once.

    A few of these characters have had their panties in a wad more than once throughout the past few years, so much so that every time some issue near and dear to conservatives gets attention or even passed, various RINO GOP "leaders" go running to the media demanding to turn left or they endorse Democrats.

    They detest Kris Kobach and all things proof of voter ID but especially, they loath his involvement in writing laws to protect Americans from invasion of illegal aliens from our Southern border; then they've come to despise Sam Brownback, especially as to his identification with ridding Kansans from reporting and paying income tax.

    The government employees, teachers, heavy construction (roads, bridges, etc.) real estate mogels and everyone desiring to line their pockets from the taxpayers, one and all are eager to rid themselves from Brownback and other conservatives.

    Lastly, these whiney RINOs all claim to be fiscal conservatives, despising pro-lifers and pro-family supporters, yet will go to the mat over giving back or allowing one thin dime back in the pocket of the taxpayer!

  • With the Uniparty rearing its ugly head in Kansas its emergence can’t be denied

    07/27/2014 9:44:45 AM PDT · 5 of 15
    zerosix to Oldpuppymax
    The so-called "elected GOP" that have endorsed Dem. Paul Davis, are the embittered RINOs we swept from office in the last two elections and the others are some former school board members who never met a tax hike they couldn't support.

    These folk have their panties in a wad because Brownback and the conservatives in the legislature have cut taxes and hope to make Kansas an income tax free state!

    This is not about a "uniparty" but a fight about money and taxes, who does the money belong to, the people who earn it or the corrupt teacher's union leaders, government employees, and lawyers who want, no demand it! They are not about to sit still and allow Kansas to be run by pro-life, pro-family conservatives!

    It's also about abortion, these "GOP leaders" all supported and were supported by George Tiller and Planned Parenthood!

    This is also about Missouri (pro-union) and Kansas (right-to-work) and Missouri, especially Kansas City, losing businesses to Kansas, and ultimately all the way back to the Civil War with Missouri and Democrats support of slavery and Kansas liberals claiming they are in the GOP but taxing, spending and voting just like liberal Democrats!

  • Brothers who forced five friends to have sex with each other before shooting them... (hate crime?)

    07/26/2014 2:22:43 PM PDT · 13 of 63
    zerosix to Uncle Chip
    Why are these two animals still sucking air???

    Because the majority sitting on the KS Supreme Court (appointed by Kathleen Sebelius) would rather KS abortionist George Tiller keep on killing unborn babies for the convenience of their mothers or to cover up incest and rape of underage sisters until one of them begged her teacher to protect her from another abortion, than find just punishment for these mad dog killers for their savage murder of innocent young college students.

  • GOP Faces 2016 Quandary: Why No Women Candidates?

    07/25/2014 9:11:22 PM PDT · 35 of 56
    zerosix to SeekAndFind
    Considering how Mitt Romney bitch slapped Michelle Bachmann and the way John McCain's staff reamed Sarah Palin, what woman would care to sign up to that kind of treatment from your own party????

    There's no one woman wanting to have a candidacy handed to you but to have all of the "GOP gentleman" treat you worse than they treated Barack Obama, or in fact, treat him NOW!

    Nope, no GOP woman wants to be treated worse than the real enemies - liberal Democrats by the likes of Romney, McCain, Boehner or McConnell!