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  • AP-GfK Poll: Most expect GOP victory in November

    10/21/2014 10:40:24 PM PDT · 25 of 37
    Carthego delenda est to Amendment10

    Do you have a theory?

  • Obama praises Supreme Court on gay marriage, has no plans to be a justice

    10/21/2014 9:59:46 PM PDT · 2 of 20
    Carthego delenda est to 2ndDivisionVet

    Which also means that Ginsberg has no say in the matter of when she will ‘go’.

  • ISIS releases sickening video clip showing Syrian woman being stoned to death by group of men

    10/21/2014 8:26:18 AM PDT · 25 of 42
    Carthego delenda est to Red Badger

    “Just how is showing themselves killing people supposed to get people to embrace their so-called ‘religion’ unless your target audience is a bunch of sociopath killers?................”

    I was wondering the same thing. Seems that there is no shortage of videos being released by the savages using social media sites. These promotional videos have a common theme of “come join us, and you too can partake in pleasing Allah by sacrificing women to him by the most brutal methods possible.... and ENJOY it.”

    Worshipers of Satan. Every last one of them.

  • The REAL face of King Tut: Pharaoh had girlish hips, a club foot and buck teeth according to

    10/20/2014 10:42:42 AM PDT · 13 of 27
    Carthego delenda est to C19fan

    Maybe the King Tut of the Batman television series wasnt so far off...

  • Federal Judge Strikes Down Gay Marriage Ban in Wyoming

    10/20/2014 7:06:11 AM PDT · 7 of 37
    Carthego delenda est to Alter Kaker

    “The court understands that every day where a man is denied his constitutional right to stick his penis in another man’s butt hole is another day filled with irreparable harm,”

  • What heaven's really like-by a leading brain surgeon who says he's been there: Read his testimony

    10/17/2014 11:26:33 PM PDT · 18 of 69
    Carthego delenda est to 2ndDivisionVet

    Bring out the holy hand grenade!

  • India’s Sanitation Problem

    10/17/2014 8:41:06 PM PDT · 32 of 52
    Carthego delenda est to jennychase

    “They don’t eat “Bush Meat”.”

    A guy I knew used to like to travel to India, and still does. He told me about a place he likes to stay while there. One of the features of this wonderful destination was that the pooping arrangement was on an elevated platform with a hole in it for squatting over. Just so happened that this platform was conveniently located over the hog pen. Whenever the hogs saw someone heading for the platform, they’d come running and anxiously await under the hole. I’m sure ‘Bush Meat’ is bad, but hogs raised in this manner must be an incredible disease vector.

  • Boko Haram agrees to ceasefire, release of school girls

    10/17/2014 12:53:58 PM PDT · 17 of 26
    Carthego delenda est to Olog-hai

    Prayers up for these girls. It’s hard to even imagine the horrors they are enduring.

  • 'Who's the idiot with the clipboard?' Disbelief and panic as mystery man WITHOUT a hazmat suit

    10/16/2014 8:33:31 AM PDT · 74 of 95
    Carthego delenda est to lancium

    So if this is SOP for Phoenix Air when transporting Ebola cases, there should be an unprotected Clipboard Man in the photos when they unloaded the Samaritans Purse doctors... There will also be an unprotected Clipboard Man in all future loading and unloading of Ebola cases into and out of their aircraft...

  • 'Who's the idiot with the clipboard?' Disbelief and panic as mystery man WITHOUT a hazmat suit

    10/16/2014 8:01:19 AM PDT · 67 of 95
    Carthego delenda est to Cold Heart

    I think clipboard guy screwed up. His pride got the better of him and he’s saying “look at me! Look at me! I’m special! I’m important! I’m IMMUNIZED!” He’s gonna get come down upon hard for that little oversight.

  • 'Who's the idiot with the clipboard?' Disbelief and panic as mystery man WITHOUT a hazmat suit

    10/16/2014 7:16:14 AM PDT · 51 of 95
    Carthego delenda est to COUNTrecount

    Phoenix Air is the same company that flew the Samaritan’s Purse workers out of Liberia IIRC. They have a contract with the State Dept for $5million a pop as needed transport of Ebola victims. Phoenix Air allegedly owns the only aircraft set up for such containment. The guy with the clipboard isn’t a fool. He must have been immunized. This certainly does get interesting.

  • What is to Prevent Ebola Spreading to Central and South America?

    10/15/2014 7:58:30 AM PDT · 42 of 46
    Carthego delenda est to bert

    “what Liberian would go to Mexico?”

    Perhaps a desperate Liberian whose country was being ravaged by Ebola, and flights to Mexico and Central America were still available, and said Liberian had hopes that all the stories about how easy it was to cross the border into the USA were true.

  • USDA Employee Caught Picking Up Drug Loads on the Job, Feds Say

    10/14/2014 8:05:57 AM PDT · 8 of 34
    Carthego delenda est to Ingtar

    “Someone should tell FedEx. The government is trying to shake them down for delivering to odd places (parking lots, for one).”

    Do you have a link on that? Something has happened/changed and their database says addresses don’t exist when they actually do.

  • Are Black People Carrying Guns Public Enemy No. 1?

    10/13/2014 7:02:30 AM PDT · 20 of 28
    Carthego delenda est to marktwain

    IIRC, a number of years ago at a TEA Party rally in AZ(?), there was a black man carrying an AR. He was one of the first at such events to carry a long gun.

  • Congressman: More Ebola cases “only a plane flight away from our shores”

    10/13/2014 6:52:43 AM PDT · 12 of 27
    Carthego delenda est to Sacajaweau

    “The crisis is unfolding at an alarming pace,” U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Austin.

    “We have got to stop this disease and not let it be imported to our country,” said U.S. Rep. Michael Burgess, R-Lewisville.

    “We have concerns that the current decision to screen only at five airports may not adequately protect Americans and others traveling to America from the Ebola virus,” according to a letter U.S. Sen. John Cornyn and McCaul sent to U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials.

    It does not surprise me one bit that a Freeper (Sacajaweau), has more of a plan on how to deal with this situation than a bunch of politicians who are acting more as grand-standing reporters than the alleged leaders they were elected to be!

  • Why I Oppose Liberalism

    10/11/2014 5:11:01 AM PDT · 15 of 51
    Carthego delenda est to Kaslin

    RESPONSIBILITY: a concept completely foreign to a liberal’s mind.

  • Be Careful What You Leave Democrats Alone to Vote For

    10/08/2014 5:18:22 PM PDT · 11 of 48
    Carthego delenda est to Extremely Extreme Extremist

    Wow! I’m shocked that 10 posts went by without the “told ya so”, “if you had only voted for Romney”, “See!!! See!!! It’s all your fault you stupid conservative because by default you voted for Obama!” trolls jumping in....

  • Turkey’s President Calls for Ground Troops to Fight Islamic State

    10/07/2014 7:51:18 AM PDT · 21 of 36
    Carthego delenda est to elhombrelibre

    Erdogan didn’t like Biden leaving him holding the bag. Meh, more optics in a ‘war’ designed to be nothing but optics.

  • Colorado Governor Says Voters Were 'Reckless' to Legalize Marijuana

    10/06/2014 5:01:09 PM PDT · 85 of 157
    Carthego delenda est to chris37

    Very well stated.

  • Colorado Governor Says Voters Were 'Reckless' to Legalize Marijuana

    10/06/2014 4:34:51 PM PDT · 71 of 157
    Carthego delenda est to chris37

    “They were all very sad, but by far the most messed up person was the alcoholic.”

    Alcoholism certainly is brutal for all involved.

    By no means does the following recount imply you share the same views, your statement just reminded me of somebody: There was a guy named Roland who used to live in these parts. He was tall, had long blond dreadlocks, was a good drummer, had some beautiful children whose mother’s booted him, and his occupation was being a marijuana dealer. One of the things he really liked to do was to preach about how bad alcohol was. He could go on and on and on about all the different drugs being so much better and safer than alcohol, even meth and heroin. He would preach such with gusto and zeal, much in the same way an animal rights activist vegetarian goes off on how meat is murder. This guy Roland would really get up in people’s faces about their drinking of any amount if they so much as even hinted that marijuana wasn’t such a good thing. The guy was relentless.

    One day a friend mentioned to me in passing that Roland had died a few months prior. I asked how. My friend replied that a guy shot him in the face. I asked if he thought it was because Roland was doing his usual of ragging on alcohol and promoting marijuana. My friend replied that not only was that the case, but that Roland had entered the house of the guy he was ragging on and wouldn’t leave! The homeowner finally just couldn’t take it anymore and shot Roland in the face. Guess he shut him up. No charges were ever filed. Roland literally promoted marijuana to death! Perhaps he still would be alive if he had just moved to Colorado or Washington, but I suspect he still would’ve made his trips to the Mexican border.

  • Ebola In America: Is The Government Doing Enough?

    10/05/2014 7:47:55 AM PDT · 53 of 60
    Carthego delenda est to Diogenesis; Roman_War_Criminal

    “Obola’s administration takes it seriously.”

    The ‘elite’ Uniparty takes it seriously, they themselves, being exempt and guaranteed to be on the short list for what will be a ‘limited’ supply of ZMapp. I suppose they justify it in their excrement filled heads that they’ll be solving a whole host of the worlds problems, and in the aftermath, be given the opportunity to rebuild in an ‘enlightened’ manner. They are clearly disciples of the fallen angels and their leader.

  • New Jersey nun credited with curing boy beatified

    10/04/2014 9:04:21 PM PDT · 4 of 5
    Carthego delenda est to 2ndDivisionVet

    “Union with God, then, is the spiritual height God calls everyone to achieve – any one, not only religious but any one, who chooses, who wills to seek this pearl of great price, who specializes in the traffic of eternal good, who says ‘yes’ constantly to God…The imitation of Christ in the lives of saints is always possible and compatible with every state of life. The saints did but one thing – the will of God. But they did it with all their might. We have only to do the same thing; and according to the degree of intensity with which we labor shall our sanctification progress.”

    ~Sister Miriam Teresa
    From ‘Greater Perfection’, pp. 264-266

  • The YAF’s National “No More Che Day” Targets Columbia University

    10/04/2014 8:01:05 AM PDT · 23 of 27
    Carthego delenda est to Kaslin

    Thanks for posting this. It is heartening to me that students are making the effort to educate others about these terrorists. A-holes like Mark Rudd are still very active in their communist agenda. Just a few years ago Mark Rudd had a speaking engagement at Western New Mexico University and many of the faculty made attendance mandatory for their students. For those who do not know who Rudd is, this link is just a small telling of his dealings that should have led him and his ilk to life in prison:

  • What does an Ebola patient in Dallas have in common with an Irish cook?

  • White lesbian mother sues sperm bank after she gave birth to mixed-race...

    10/02/2014 12:01:09 AM PDT · 5 of 43
    Carthego delenda est to Morgana

    A mother carries their child’s DNA inside themselves for the remainder of their life. Poor Ms Cramblett is now part black.

  • [Catholic and Protestant] Conservatives to Synod: Don’t Go Soft on Marriage

    09/30/2014 5:28:33 AM PDT · 3 of 6
    Carthego delenda est to marshmallow

    The letter:

    “Open Letter to 2014 Synod on Marriage and Family

    Holy Father, Eminences, and Excellencies,

    We rejoice that the Holy Father has captured the world’s attention and so much good will for the Christian faith! Like others we are deeply moved by his expressions of love and mercy, echoing the love and mercy of Christ, especially for those who are defenseless and abandoned.

    It is in this context that we welcome the decision to convene an Extraordinary Synod of Bishops to examine the challenges to marriage and the family. Like each of you, we believe the family is, with the Church itself, the greatest institutional manifestation of Christ’s love. For those who wish to love as He would have us love, marriage and the family are indispensable, both as vehicles of salvation and as bulwarks of human society.

    Recent popes have made these points abundantly clear. For example, Pope Benedict XVI wrote that, “Marriage is truly an instrument of salvation, not only for married people but for the whole of society.” And, in Evangelii Gaudium, Your Holiness wrote that “the indispensable contribution of marriage to society transcends the feelings and momentary needs of the couple.”

    This Synod is an opportunity to express timeless truths about marriage. Why do those truths matter? How do they represent true love, not “exclusion” or “prejudice,” or any of the other charges brought against marriage today? Men and women need desperately to hear the truth about why they should get married in the first place. And, once married, why Christ and the Church desire that they should remain faithful to each other throughout their lives on this earth. That, when marriage gets tough (as it does for most couples), the Church will be a source of support, not just for individual spouses, but for the marriage itself.

    You have written so powerfully, Holy Father, of the importance of a new evangelization within the Church: “An evangelizing community gets involved by word and deed in people’s daily lives; it bridges distances, it is willing to abase itself if necessary and it embraces human life, touching the suffering flesh of Christ in others.”

    May we humbly suggest that in the context of marriage and family life your words are a call to personal responsibility, not only for our own spouses and children, but for the marriages of those God has put by our side: our relatives and friends, those in our churches and in our schools.

    The stakes are high. According to a 2013 Child Trends international report: “Dramatic increases in cohabitation, divorce, and nonmarital childbearing in the Americas, Europe, and Oceania over the last four decades suggest that the institution of marriage is much less relevant in these parts of the world.” In the United States the marriage rate is the lowest ever recorded, unmarried cohabitation is rapidly becoming an acceptable alternative to marriage, and more than half of births to women under 30 years of age now occur outside marriage. Among countless other negative associations, each of these trends has been linked to lower net worth and economic mobility, poverty, and welfare – for women and children, in particular.

    Among existing marriages, many are fragile and strained. Between forty and fifty percent of all first marriages in the U.S. are projected to end in divorce. This rate rises sharply with each successive remarriage and research suggests the reason is not low marital quality, but weak commitment.

    The consequences of divorce and cohabitation for children and adults are many and diverse – from poverty and lower educational achievement to poorer physical health; from lower marital commitment in adulthood to earlier death. And while every nation is unique, studies show that the impact of these trends spans the globe. A small sampling of such studies: China, Finland, Sweden, Uruguay, Mexico, Greece, Africa, and East Asian Pacific nations.

    The costs of pornography to societies are significant. Studies of pornography’s impact on relationships suggest it is a major contributor to the destruction of marriages. Unfortunately, long-term research on pornography’s effect on marriage is virtually nonexistent.

    So called “no fault divorce” laws in the U.S. and many other nations have licensed a system in which judges and lawyers facilitate the dissolution of marriages, often against the will of spouses who stand firm in their marital commitment.

    Despite the bleakness of these trends, we are encouraged and made resolute by the Holy Father’s exhortation: “Challenges exist to be overcome! Let us be realists, but without losing our joy, our boldness and our hope-filled commitment.”

    Perhaps the boldest new way we can evangelize married couples (and by extension their children’s future marriages) is to build small communities of married couples who support each other unconditionally in their vocations to married life. These communities would provide networks of support grounded in the bonds of faith and family, commitment to lifelong marriage, and responsibility to and for each other.

    Here we offer some practical ways to create and sustain such communities:

    Commission the Pontifical Council on the Family to conduct cross-discipline, longitudinal research on the role of pornography and “no fault” divorce in the marriage crisis.

    Educate seminarians. Provide mandatory courses covering social science evidence on the benefits of marriage, threats to marriage, and the consequences of divorce and cohabitation to children and society.

    Train priests to showcase in their homilies the spiritual and social value of marriage, contemporary challenges to it, and parish help for troubled marriages. A recent study found that 72% of American Catholic women say the weekly homily is their primary source for learning about the faith.

    Create small, vibrant networks of strong married couples as mentors at the parish level, available to give spouses the tools to sustain healthy, lifelong marriages.

    Educate parishioners on the extraordinary influence they can have on the marriages of friends and family. Social science data show that the presence of divorced family and friends increases one’s own risk of divorce. Alternatively, the data suggest that family members and friends can increase commitment and satisfaction within marriages of those they love through their example and support.

    Encourage and support the reconciliation of married couples who are separated or have been divorced by civil courts.

    Request bishops worldwide to initiate regular prayers during Sunday Mass for strong, faithful marriages.

    Support efforts to preserve what is right and just in existing marriage laws, to resist any changes to those laws that would further weaken the institution, and to restore legal provisions that protect marriage as a conjugal union of one man and one woman, entered into with an openness to the gift of children, and lived faithfully and permanently as the foundation of the natural family.

    Support religious freedom in divorce courts. Many do not know that religious freedom is routinely violated by divorce judges who ignore or demean the views of a spouse who seeks to save a marriage, keep the children in a religious school, or prevent an abandoning spouse from exposing the children to an unmarried sexual partner. Begin a consortium of attorneys and legislators to combat this problem.

    To accomplish any of these goals on an international scale would be a great step forward for marriages and families. To accomplish them all may turn the worldwide marriage crisis on its head.

    With your leadership we will help marriages to succeed and flourish by placing the greatest value on marital commitment - at every level of society, in every corner of the world. We thank Your Holiness, Eminences, and Excellencies for taking up this vital task and you may be assured of our prayers for its great success.”

  • Cash-poor Afghanistan will delay paying civil servants - finance ministry official

    09/27/2014 12:39:50 PM PDT · 11 of 14
    Carthego delenda est to aimhigh

    The value of all those poppy fields covering the country isn’t a ‘Let’s Make Afghanistan Beautiful’ effort...


    09/26/2014 6:27:52 AM PDT · 21 of 76
    Carthego delenda est to Lucky9teen

    “I’d like to buy a mosque and convert it into...”

    A secret indoor waterpark.

  • An ISIS Nest Grows in Boston

    09/24/2014 8:52:09 AM PDT · 10 of 27
    Carthego delenda est to Carthego delenda est

    Minneapolis and Los Angeles...

  • An ISIS Nest Grows in Boston

    09/24/2014 8:47:17 AM PDT · 9 of 27
    Carthego delenda est to SJackson

    “the federal government is targeting Boston and two other American cities”

    What are the two other cities?

  • Workers of the World, Goodbye

    09/23/2014 9:17:04 PM PDT · 20 of 32
    Carthego delenda est to 2ndDivisionVet

    “And soldiers are increasingly useless when you can push a button and summon a drone.”

    This conjures up images of a head of state or VIP who no longer has a human security detail, but a dozen or so small drones buzzing around him, at various distances, with the latest DARPA technology in human stress recognition, arms detection, precision offensive weaponry and countermeasures. Of course somebody will figure out a way to hack such, until out of necessity the drones become hack proof by being able to think for themselves... About that same time, the burger making machines will rise up in rebellion.

  • Former Head of Marine Corps: Obama's ISIS Strategy Doesn't Have a Snowball's Chance in Hell

    09/22/2014 10:23:43 AM PDT · 13 of 18
    Carthego delenda est to Blood of Tyrants

    “His strategy is to do minimal damage to ISIS while looking like he is doing something.”

    A third element is that by not finishing them off, the savages left alive will only have their resolve strengthened, to spread and come back to fight another day

  • Turkey: We Won’t Allow US to Attack ISIL from Our Airbases

    09/22/2014 6:45:27 AM PDT · 18 of 30
    Carthego delenda est to Travis McGee

    “Erdogan thinks he will pick up the reins of the new Caliphate. My opinion.”

    I agree.

  • USPS: Where The Customer Is Always Last

    09/22/2014 6:37:30 AM PDT · 52 of 101
    Carthego delenda est to cripplecreek

    “Unfortunately the places where it still is a pleasant experience are the ones taking the hit while the big post offices with multiple useless and surly employees will continue as usual.”

    Same thing is going on in my rural area. Rather than shut down any of the small community PO’s, all of them will be cutting hours. A perfect example of their ‘efficiency’ is that if I want to send a letter from my PO to somebody on the other side of the river at their PO, the letter must first travel the 3 hours to El Paso and 3 hours back, which usually takes a couple of days. I can WALK between the 2 PO’s in less than an hour. The cut hours of business means either taking time off from work or driving 35 minutes to town for the privilege of dealing with the “multiple useless and surly employees”.

  • Why beheading?

    09/22/2014 6:04:53 AM PDT · 9 of 34
    Carthego delenda est to RoosterRedux

    The following is from:


    by Professor Moshe Sharon

    There is no Fundamental Islam.

    “”Fundamentalism” is a word that came from the heart of the Christian religion. It means faith that goes by the word of the Bible. Fundamental Christianity, or going with the Bible, does not mean going around and killing people. There is no fundamental Islam. There is only Islam full stop. The question is how the Koran is interpreted.”

    “All of a sudden we see that the greatest interpreters of Islam are politicians in the western world. They know better than all the speakers in the mosques, all those who deliver terrible sermons against anything that is either Christian or Jewish. These western politicians know that there is good Islam and bad Islam. They know even how to differentiate between the two, except that none of them know how to read a word of Arabic.”

    Two Houses

    “The Koran sees the world as divided into two - one part which has come under Islamic rule and one part which is supposed to come under Islamic rule in the future. There is a division of the world which is very clear. Every single person who starts studying Islam knows it. The world is described as Dar al-Islam (the house of Islam) - that’s the place where Islam rules - and the other part which is called Dar al-Harb - the house of war. Not the “house of non-Muslims,” but the “house of war.” It is this house of war which as to be, at the end of time, conquered. The world will continue to be in the house of war until it comes under Islamic rule. This is the norm. Why? Because Allah says it’s so in the Koran. God has sent Mohammed with the true religion in order that the truth will overcome all other religions.”

    Islam and Territory

    “This civilization created one very important, fundamental rule about territory. Any territory that comes under Islamic rule cannot be de-Islamized. Even if at one time or another, the [non-Moslem] enemy takes over the territory that was under Islamic rule, it is considered to be perpetually Islamic.

    “This is why whenever you hear about the Arab/Israeli conflict, you hear - territory, territory, territory. There are other aspects to the conflict, but territory is highly important.

    “The Christian civilization has not only been seen as a religious opponent, but as a dam stopping Islam from achieving its final goal for which it was created.

    “Islam was created to be the army of God, the army of Allah. Every single Moslem is a soldier in this army. Every single Moslem that dies in fighting for the spread of Islam is a shaheed (martyr) no matter how he dies, because - and this is very important - this is an eternal word between the two civilizations. It’s not a war that stops. This was is there because it was created by Allah. Islam must be the ruler. This is a war that will not end.”

  • I lost my Mom last night. The good news is that Jesus was there to welcome her home.

    09/21/2014 6:34:48 PM PDT · 58 of 126
    Carthego delenda est to ButThreeLeftsDo

    My condolences and prayers for you and your family.

  • ( Montana ) Missoula doctor, nurse return from treating Ebola patients in Africa

    09/21/2014 6:19:38 AM PDT · 4 of 45
    Carthego delenda est to george76

    “often-fatal”, “70 percent fatal”, “half of the patients... made it”.

    Must be common core math. Missoula: Montana’s libtard stronghold.

  • Choirs of Angels

    09/18/2014 10:03:47 PM PDT · 8 of 8
    Carthego delenda est to Salvation

    Thanks for posting this.

  • Federal Appeals Court Rebukes Florida Cops for Using SWAT-Style Raids to Check Barbers' Licenses

    09/18/2014 6:28:10 AM PDT · 10 of 53
    Carthego delenda est to Scoutmaster

    Prolly would have been a blood bath if this had been a dog grooming business.

  • (California) State Sen. Wright resigns after voter fraud case

    09/17/2014 12:45:24 AM PDT · 6 of 14
    Carthego delenda est to Ray76

    Seems to me that democrats don’t usually eat their own. He must have gotten a bit to big for his britches and didn’t play nice with someone. After all, little details like living in the wrong district, or making secret deals with the wrong drug cartel, are just minor offenses to the sociopaths of California politics.

  • Google wants to test drone wireless Internet in New Mexico

    09/15/2014 3:40:54 PM PDT · 11 of 17
    Carthego delenda est to Kartographer

    As if it wasn’t enough for commercial and private pilots to have to avoid jet fighters, weather ballons, c-130’s hugging the tree lines, hot air ballons, squads of black helicopters, alien space craft, and now they want to add Google drones??? New Mexico airspace is getting a wee bit crowded these days.

  • Air Show Math

    09/14/2014 8:48:58 PM PDT · 11 of 73
    Carthego delenda est to rey

    You could delve into gorebull warming science as well:

    Chemtrail release thingamajiggy diameter
    __________________________________ = ocean rise
    Seatbelt extender length x altitude

  • From the Levant to Ferguson to Baltimore, The Most Violent Summer in Years

    09/14/2014 7:38:39 PM PDT · 16 of 19
    Carthego delenda est to 2ndDivisionVet

    Goes without say, but he’s one very sick puppie. In a tweet from this afternoon, he answered a question stating:

    “@BishopGRobinson: “@edefalletans:What is your #1 advice for LGBT youth seeking ordination in the Episcopal Church?”/Always be the real you, the one God made.”

    His implication that sodomite behavior can be the defining characteristic for youth, and more so that God made/designed this youth to perform such acts, is about as satanic as one can get. Something about millstones around necks comes to mind.

  • Obamanomics victimizes president’s biggest supporters most: Minorities, single women, youths hardest

    09/14/2014 6:55:58 PM PDT · 8 of 21
    Carthego delenda est to boycott

    “I am wondering if these groups are actually receiving more because of welfare benefits.”

    That was my first thought as well. I’m not sure if they receive more (fill in the blank) in benefits, but that ‘free’ $hit will certainly keep many of them on the plantation and voting democrat.

  • Costco execs turn tables on state Senate Democrats

    09/14/2014 12:58:16 PM PDT · 17 of 18
    Carthego delenda est to 2ndDivisionVet

    With the exception of 1992, Costco by far donates primarily to Democrats, with Republicans receiving about 4% of their donations. Doesn’t appear that they are just opportunist donators, but quite the progressive organization.

  • Upstate New York braces as Remington Arms packs up to leave

    09/13/2014 9:53:01 AM PDT · 64 of 100
    Carthego delenda est to onona

    These socialist elitist, whom Cuomo and King Barry are only reflections of the libtard cidiot stronghold thought processes, know quite well that it all comes down to incrementalism: frog in the pot. If they were not aware of such, and we did as you propose, giving voting rights to landowners only, they would loose their power. However, they are even trying to get around that aspect as well by using front groups such as The Nature Conservancy to buy up all the best farmable, resource rich, and waterway land. They are not stupid. If/when the SHTF the liberal stronghold cities would be out of luck, and they know it.

  • Upstate New York braces as Remington Arms packs up to leave

    09/13/2014 9:32:24 AM PDT · 54 of 100
    Carthego delenda est to RegulatorCountry

    “Upstate needs to break away from the city. The two are terminally at odds in every respect. Form a new state, secede, whatever. It’s not working and is killing a beautiful part of the country.”

    This is the same with most cities around the country. There really isn’t any way the voting process can represent the people of ‘Upstate’, or rural Illinois, or any other flyover area where you have a massive libtard city calling the shots. This massive strongholds of liberalism are completely dependent upon the agriculture and manufacturing of the rural areas they so arrogantly thumb their noses at. Cut off their supply of the fruits of rural hard work and see how quickly they find those dumb Christian conservative, flag waving, country folks really might be worth listening to.

  • House passes bill to limit EPA overreach on ditch water

    09/13/2014 9:09:51 AM PDT · 7 of 20
    Carthego delenda est to rktman

    From the article:

    “In the latest go round, the EPA proposes to expand the definition of “waters of the United States” to include essentially any pool of water big enough for a dog to take a drink out of or a bird to have a bath.”

    “Of course, in order to get this through, Harry Reid will need to be forced to bring it to a vote in the Senate. This close to an election I wouldn’t bet the ranch on it. Not even the Sackett’s ranch.”

  • LETTER: Obama better for US than Bush, Romney

    09/13/2014 7:36:20 AM PDT · 35 of 73
    Carthego delenda est to 2ndDivisionVet

    “We should not be involved in anyone else’s war, unless our own country is truly threatened.”

    This sycophant of Barry The Great doesn’t even realize she has given justification to those who can see, that everything that Barry and her stand for, IS the threat to the United States.

    The STUPID.... it HURTS!!!!

  • Pope says world's many conflicts amount to piecemeal WW3

    09/13/2014 7:14:01 AM PDT · 12 of 25
    Carthego delenda est to GreyFriar

    “one that is religious, political and cultural.”

    In the United States alone, Barry The Great, has created a Cold War at almost every level of our society. It is quite amazing that it has not gone ‘hot’.