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  • Seattle to Fine Residents for Throwing Food in the Garbage

    01/28/2015 12:34:16 PM PST · 81 of 102
    olezip to Reverend Saltine
    Seattle to Fine Residents for Throwing Food in the Garbage

    Will the Seattle lawmakers purchase increased liability insurance to protect themselves from the increase in lawsuits for food poisoning? Or, are the leftist lawmakers already except from prosecution?

  • Pope mulls crossing U.S.-Mexico border to show solidarity with immigrants

    01/27/2015 1:36:34 PM PST · 70 of 96
    olezip to lowbridge
    The pope, who made the comment while flying back recently from the Philippines, said he would do it to show solidarity with immigrants, according to the Latin Post.

    The pope, who made the comment while flying back recently from the Philippines, said he would do it to show solidarity with lawbreakers, according to the Latin Post.

    What about those who did NOT jump the line to legally immigrate to the USA?

  • Pa.'s new physician general brings an LGBT point of view

    01/27/2015 1:05:48 PM PST · 36 of 60
    olezip to Zakeet

    Looks like a man to me! Oh, my! Too many Democrats in PA!

  • How Japan is fighting back at Jihadi John with MEMES (Pictures)

    01/24/2015 10:14:12 AM PST · 44 of 45
    olezip to Brother Cracker

    Great job! Photos with body parts missing are prophetic to ISIS Muslims, and quite fearful.

  • Great news. Republicans look at eliminating filibuster for SCOTUS nominees

    01/24/2015 9:51:52 AM PST · 20 of 31
    olezip to Bratch
    If the GOP scraps the filibuster for SCOTUS nominees now, it benefits nobody except Barack Obama and his allies, making if much easier for him to rail through a far more liberal choice than would otherwise be possible.

    Why would the GOP yield additional power to agents of Satan? Why do they not wait until someone else is in the White House?

    Our country has pretty much already slipped away. Why grease the slippery slope, when we already have experienced significant if not permanent damage to our culture, language, and borders?

  • NFL adds all-pro lawyer to inquiry into Patriots

    01/24/2015 9:41:46 AM PST · 84 of 114
    olezip to Colofornian
    (Oh...sure...and perhaps the football size is too "strigent" as well...Maybe a size smaller would not "hurt the game." Give not only the QBs more leeway, but the kickers, that the Q's can add another dozen yards to their throwing prowess and the punters, too.

    The NFL specifications say the footballs must be inflated to 12½ to 13½ pounds. Have you checked to see what the ball feels like if it is 10½ psi? Do you know how much temperature changes the psi?

    How did the NFL decide that balls must be between 12½ to 13½ psi?

    Maybe it does not matter a whole lot if the range were changed to 10½ to 13½ psi. Do you know?

    Why take about other dimensions and sports when the subject is NFL specs for football inflation levels?

  • NFL adds all-pro lawyer to inquiry into Patriots

    01/24/2015 2:42:47 AM PST · 51 of 114
    olezip to Colofornian
    League officials broke their silence on the Deflategate scandal yesterday, announcing that high-powered white-collar crime lawyer Ted Wells will join NFL Executive Vice President Jeff Pash on the investigation into whether the Pats knowingly used under-inflated footballs in the American Football Conference championship game.

    Why does the league not take a look at the inflation specifications? Maybe they are too stringent. Maybe a couple of pounds pressure will not hurt the game.

    Give the quarterbacks more leeway to use their preferences. Too big a deal is being made about two lbs of air pressure, IMO.

    Not fair to Seattle to give all the press to the Pats.

  • Islam experts: No-go zones looming for America

    01/23/2015 4:06:41 AM PST · 24 of 32
    olezip to Mozilla
    By all means try going into Dearborn no go zones and see what happens.

    Going into a Dearborn no go zone could be a one way trip. Maybe that is why there is no information because no messengers return from their visits.

  • Cuomo to name ‘independent monitor’ to review cop-related grand jury decisions

    01/22/2015 2:46:28 AM PST · 18 of 22
    olezip to harwood
    Gov. Cuomo is assuming a key role in resolving cases where unarmed civilians are killed by police, announcing Wednesday that he will name an “independent monitor” to review grand-jury decisions when cops are not indicted.

    More government is almost always the Democrat solution.

    ...And raising taxes to pay for more and bigger government.

    Again more style over substance.

  • Senate Votes 98-1 That Climate Change 'Is Not A Hoax'

    01/21/2015 2:28:21 PM PST · 31 of 194
    olezip to Oldeconomybuyer
    "Climate is changing, and climate has always changed, and always will, there's archeological evidence of that, there's biblical evidence of that, there's historic evidence of that, it will always change," he said on the Senate floor. "The hoax is that there are some people that are so arrogant to think that they are so powerful that they can change climate. Man can't change climate."

    Why is the Senate wasting time on trivial questions? Is it just the Democrats bolstering their base of low-information voters?

    I guess that we will see more and more of this foolishness as long as Democrats are around.

    The principal factor in climate change is the Sun for Earth, Mars, Venus, etc.

  • Bobby Jindal doubles down on "no-go zone" comments, even as Fox News backs off similar statements

    01/20/2015 3:24:35 AM PST · 33 of 60
    olezip to Oliviaforever
    "When I heard this, I frankly choked on my porridge and I thought it must be April Fools Day," said Cameron, about the existence of "no-go zones" in England.

    How can Cameron choke on his porridge when he has his head in the sand like an ostrich?

    Leftists have no humor.

  • Filipino Columnist: Why I don’t like Pope Francis

    01/19/2015 5:38:18 PM PST · 8 of 9
    olezip to SeekAndFind
    At the end of the day the Pope, like Benedict XVI and the many who came before him, is still Catholic.


    Is the Pope Catholic? That is a very old question that has the same answer every time! YES!

  • Al Sharpton: What would King have done?

    01/19/2015 2:31:26 PM PST · 10 of 22
    olezip to MeshugeMikey
    Two members of President Obama’s Cabinet spoke about the importance of health care and low-income housing, but the crowd’s ovation was loudest when Sharpton showed a slideshow that included photos of Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner and Michael Brown — all unarmed black men who were killed in confrontations.

    We all wonder what Dr. Martin Luther King would have done. I suspect that he would be appalled at the direction his people have traveled in terms of fatherless children out of wedlock, crime statistics, the entitlement mentality, lack of faith, joblessness, abortion, drug use, and unjustified demands for more freebees.

    Today's volatile race relationships are the opposite of his dream of judging people by the content of their character, not the color of their skin. The wrong direction was catalyzed by government entitlement programs.

    The courageous Dr. Martin Luther King would be crying in despair at what his people have done to themselves in their abject failure to implement his dream. We applaud King for his dream.

    Each black man killed was a fearless thug on drugs mindlessly confronting armed law enforcers. Why?

  • Luis Gutierrez: Amnesty Movement "Our Selma"

    01/19/2015 9:00:51 AM PST · 15 of 20
    olezip to Biggirl
    Ahead of the Martin Luther King holiday, Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) compared the fight for amnesty for illegal immigrants to the march for voting rights in Selma, Alabama during a New Jersey stop on his nationwide executive amnesty tour.

    I thought the issues were about the rule of law, fairness to immigrants who followed the law, and not about special treatment for lawbreakers and corrupt politicians.

    In reality, it is about destruction of our borders, language, and culture. It is also about replacing the Constitution and immigration laws with open borders and One World government.

    It has nothing to do with the hopes and dreams of Dr. Martin Luther King!

  • The heat is on; NOAA, NASA say 2014 warmest year on record

    01/16/2015 10:17:28 AM PST · 12 of 31
    olezip to dsc
    "We are witnessing, before our eyes, the effect of human-caused climate change," said Pennsylvania State University professor Michael Mann.

    Unfortunately for us, NASA, and Penn State, Michael Mann was discredited years ago for his false hockey stick chart. Why is anyone paying attention to what he says?

    Better to get information from those true scientists who have no vested interest in man made global warming.

  • Hollande, Merkel Speak Up for Europe’s Muslims

    01/16/2015 2:21:36 AM PST · 19 of 40
    olezip to Steelfish
    French and German leaders sought Thursday to reassure Muslims about their place in European society, cementing calls for unity after a series of attacks last week in France by Islamic extremists.

    Are the French and German leaders telling Muslims that they support their bringing their culture, laws, and language to France and Germany without assimilating?

    Are there 500 or more segregated Muslim communities (no-go zones) governed by local imams and abandoned by French police in France? Is this a good thing to ignore?

    How long will it be before the entire country becomes a single no-go zone? How do you assimilate a culture that integrates religion and politics?

    France and Germany have a vacuum because they have rejected their Christian heritage. This "vacuum" is being filled in by Islam.

  • As Long as Obama Brought Up the Cost of College ... Ann Coulter

    01/15/2015 4:00:34 AM PST · 25 of 32
    olezip to Rummyfan
    I gather from Obama's "free" community college proposal that his plan for dealing with the Republican Congress over the next two years is to throw out ridiculously expensive ideas no one has ever heard of before, and then denounce Republicans for being naysayers.

    This argument is yet another manifestation of "If you vote for me I will give you free ice cream."

    Works every time in grade school. Has our population been dumbed down enough for this to continue to work?


    01/14/2015 3:54:28 PM PST · 51 of 104
    olezip to SeekAndFind
    Even when Al Gore summoned the left’s billionaires to subsidize talk radio with something called Air America the endeavor utterly failed.

    Leftists by definition, have disordered minds. Therefore their prattling is based on lack of substance. After awhile no one listens because the dots do not connect. It is as simple as that.

  • IRS Warns Of Delayed Refunds, Long Waits For Taxpayers & Possible Shutdown

    01/14/2015 12:52:29 PM PST · 26 of 44
    olezip to SeekAndFind
    Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Commissioner Koskinen has advised employees that the budget cuts will result in reduced services to taxpayers. In an email to employees sent earlier today, Commissioner Koskinen advised that “realistically we have no choice but to do less with less.”

    Because the IRS Commissioner has many options to deal with a budget cut, he has the power to minimize or maximize the impact on services to taxpayers.

    If services are reduced it will be because the IRS Commissioner directed that to happen, in my opinion.

  • Merkel Joins Muslim Community Rally

    01/14/2015 12:45:38 PM PST · 13 of 43
    olezip to PROCON
    Although the lights of of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin were extinguished to shame a PEGIDA demonstration last week, they were burning brightly yesterday as German Chancellor Angela Merkel joined a rally of Muslim inhabitants of Berlin.

    Do any German journalists see a comparison between current German government officials supporting Muslims and German NAZIs supporting Muslims during WWII?

  • Democratic lawmaker introduces plan to give middle-class Americans tax breaks at expense of wealthy

    01/14/2015 2:57:22 AM PST · 3 of 13
    olezip to Libloather
    The Maryland Democrat's plan calls for an annual 'paycheck bonus' tax credit of $1,000 for individuals making less than $100,000 a year and $2,000 for married couples making less than $200,000 and would be funded through a new fee on financial transactions.

    The Democrats have been successful playing to the dark side of human nature. Appealing to greed works but creates chaos. The Democrats are agents of the evil one.

  • North Carolina City Ordered to Remove Memorial Featuring Soldier Kneeling before Cross

    01/13/2015 2:30:41 PM PST · 34 of 62
    olezip to robowombat
    A city in North Carolina has removed a war memorial featuring the silhouette of a soldier kneeling before a cross after a group complained that the sculpture promoted Christianity.

    It CANNOT be a crime to promote Christianity! Western civilization as we know it was made possible by the implementation of Christian principles. It is truly insane to deny the TRUTH.

    My guess is that corrupt lawyers in black robes cannot connect the dots. This is a very sad state of affairs is it not?

  • Can a rebrand make Republicans raise the gas tax?

    01/13/2015 3:36:49 AM PST · 13 of 43
    olezip to Tolerance Sucks Rocks
    Because national road infrastructure is crumbling, and the highway trust fund is in a perennial state of financial crisis, several Republicans say it's time to raise the tax that Americans pay at the pump to repair roads and bridges.

    There was a time when the highway trust fund was more of a slush fund for the politicians to play with. An honest history of Trust Fund use, and needs is missing. It looks like the low gas prices at the pump presents an opportunity to raise taxes to continue an inefficient and ineffective "management" of a lot of money by politicians.

    If both Democrats and Republicans raise taxes, who can we rely on for fiscal responsibility and integrity?

    We seriously doubt whether the highway trust fund has been managed other than by greedy politicians looking out for their own interests. The road infrastructure was crumbling in the 1970s. Where did the money go? No one knows.

  • Ape in Argentina granted human rights

    01/10/2015 3:19:01 AM PST · 26 of 36
    olezip to ConservativeStatement
    In the eyes of Argentina's courts, female orangutan Sandra is a person -- or at least worthy of rights and protections similar to those of a human being.

    What about Sandra's brothers and sisters, aunts and uncles, are they enjoying the same benefits as Sandra? Or, is she a special case?

    Can a female orangutan read and write and defend herself in court? Or is she dependent upon a lawyer spokesperson?

    Which animals are next in line for human rights - dogs, cats, other monkeys, cows, goats, etc.?

    Is there not some kind of a test to demonstrate that Sandra is a person? Can she communicate, do math, write, talk, answer questions, explain why she wants human rights? Or, is this just a joke to demonstrate how corrupt lawyers in black robes can be? PETA must be happy.

  • Eugene Robinson: If Paris Attack Happened In U.S. There Would Be "More Carnage" Because Of Guns

    01/09/2015 10:52:14 AM PST · 45 of 87
    olezip to circlecity
    The only “more” carnage would the terrorists being taken out on day one by armed citizens. Thus saving the lives of those hostages taken a day later.

    And armed police.

    Or it would not have happened at all because the cowards would not even try. The terrorists only act in "No Gun" zones.

  • Momentum builds in Congress for raising the federal gas tax - "in thoughtful way"

    01/09/2015 4:32:34 AM PST · 5 of 39
    olezip to Cincinatus' Wife
    Record-low gas prices across the U.S. have given rise to fresh talk in Washington of raising the federal gas tax for the first time in over 20 years, with leading Republicans now saying a hike must not be ruled out.

    When both Democrats and Republicans agree that the solution to a problem is to raise taxes, then what have we?

    We know the GOPe and Democrats both hate what is known as the "Tea Party." But there is no such thing as the "Tea Party." There are many voters with common sense who can see the degradation and corruption in our government, who know that men and women are different, not the same as in same sex marriage, who know that abortion is killing of innocents, who know that the science of man made global warming is FAR from settled. And who believe in fiscal responsibility...

    What to do?

  • Furore over novel depicting Muslim-run France

    01/09/2015 4:17:32 AM PST · 15 of 19
    olezip to Zhang Fei
    In the year 2022, France has continued its slow collapse and a Muslim party leader takes over as the country's new president.

    Women are encouraged to leave their jobs and unemployment falls. Crime evaporates in the banlieues. Veils become the norm and polygamy is authorised.

    Looks like interesting reading with a plausible scenario.

    There are pluses and minuses to the Islamization of France or any country for that matter. People who reject religion end up without a moral compass to guide them, and may be receptive to something else.

    That "something else" is on hand.

  • 'They p***ed him off': Conservative Republicans lose committee assignments in retaliation...

    01/07/2015 3:20:15 AM PST · 41 of 67
    olezip to Cincinatus' Wife
    'My philosophy,' Webster told reporters after he heard the news that he had been bumped from the committee in a vindictive move, 'is don’t burn any bridges, don’t make it personal.'

    The real leaders and real representatives of the voters are those with the courage to vote for someone other than Boehner. If all Boehner has is to withdraw party support and refuse to schedule legislation for vindictive reasons, then he may not be in control. He certainly is not carrying out the wishes of his voters.

    In decades of voting I have never wondered about what committees the candidate served on, or legislation that was passed. The question I asked myself was is this candidate a good man or woman who put forward an effort to do the right thing.

    The implications of the anti-Boehner votes is a sea change against corrupt and dishonest politicians who represent not the wishes of the vast majority of voters. Will Boehner lead or continue to follow?

    It is plain WRONG to pass legislation without even reading it. Is there any difference between Republicans and Democrats--degree of corruptness?

  • Gov. Jerry Brown Touts Climate Change Fight

    01/06/2015 5:47:46 PM PST · 15 of 20
    olezip to raptor22
    Gov. Jerry Brown, who leads the state that hosted Solyndra, embraces bird-chopping wind turbines and builds crispy critter-producing solar panel farms, is a leading advocate of renewable energy and environmental protection.

    Gov. Jerry Brown has a disordered mind, as does all of his staff in my opinion, because they have no common sense.

    The wind turbine and solar panel approach to clean energy have serious drawbacks and even more unintended consequences. Plus, they may NOT be economically viable.

    Because the USA has coal and oil resources, why would Jerry Brown not look into what it will take to eliminate the undesirable products of combustion for coal and oil? It may cost much less.

    We are many years away from having cost effective renewable energy from solar and wind turbines. For one they do not work 24/7 but only when there is sunshine and wind, unlike coal and oil.

    Our country has been truly dumbed down by 30 or 40 years of affirmative action.

  • Pro-Choice Mario Cuomo Was Still A Catholic Politician

    01/06/2015 5:25:26 PM PST · 26 of 43
    olezip to MeganC
    It's not a criticism, mind you, just an observation that people prefer to surround themselves with what's familiar to them.

    Interesting observation! ...may have legs.

    My take is that there is a basic lack of commitment among Catholics to the teachings of the Church. Americans apparently are putting more faith in society's values than they do in the Church's values.

    America has legalized abortion and promoted birth control as a positive and effective way to eliminate problems that may stem from unexpected pregnancy. Sexual standards have loosened.

    Legalization of birth control and abortion in America have expanded to include same sex marriage, harvesting of aborted babies for stem cell research, three-parent children.

    In addition the church is struggling with couples living together without guilt and without the benefit of the sacrament of marriage, how to deal with the offspring and parents of same sex marriage, rogue churches, and gross misuse of “social justice” that supports socialism and Marxism, not to mention rampant corruption.

    Jesus urged His followers to be in the world, but not of the world.

  • Pro-Choice Mario Cuomo Was Still A Catholic Politician

    01/06/2015 5:05:12 PM PST · 21 of 43
    olezip to BlatherNaut
    Absurd. He was an apostate.

    I do not want to pick on a dead man, but Cuomo was more like whitewashed tombs, which appear beautiful on the outside, but inside are full of dead men’s bones and every kind of filth. (Matt 23:27). As is his son today.

    I pray for the soul of Cuomo and the repentance of his wayward son.

  • Jeb Bush: Republicans Must Respect “Rule of Law” on Gay Marriage

    01/06/2015 1:33:59 PM PST · 55 of 92
    olezip to Jan_Sobieski
    I’m glad there’s a moderate Democrat finally running for president.

    Jeb Bush and Hillary should run on the Democrat ticket. He would be better off saying nothing when a corrupt lawyer in black robes says anything.

    Or, Jeb Bush could talk about the rule of Law in connection with the current regime and laws being rewritten by the Supreme Court, or Obama bypassing Congress, etc. Jeb Bush will NOT get my vote. I have had enough of the Bush family!

  • Weber, Backing Gohmert Over Boehner, Says ‘Retaliation’ Has Begun

    01/06/2015 11:03:01 AM PST · 10 of 48
    olezip to Jim Robinson
    Weber, who is backing the long-shot speakership bid of fellow Texan Rep. Louie Gohmert over Boehner, has been removed as the lead sponsor of a nuclear energy bill expected to brought to the floor in the 114th.

    Establishment Republicans are no better than union thugs and other Democrats when it comes down to it. They just want to better themselves and their minions, and, maybe, placate their voting base on occasion.

  • Candlelight Vigil for (dead) Deer Planned in Town and Country (Missouri)

    01/06/2015 10:57:04 AM PST · 13 of 20
    olezip to Zakeet
    Concerned residents of Town and Country have planned a candlelight vigil for deer that have been killed in the St. Louis suburb.

    I wonder if the "concerned" residents hold candlelight vigils for aborted babies? Or are deer, chickens, rabbits, etc. more important to those with disordered minds?

  • US Army chaplain rebuked for citing Christian faith in suicide prevention effort [Brave New Army]

    01/06/2015 10:34:20 AM PST · 7 of 21
    olezip to Jan_Sobieski
    Suicide in the ranks has been a major Army problem amid deployments to long wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    Why are these atheists and their minions so afraid of the cross? Why do they want to cut a secure and proven lifeline?

  • Africans urged to back continent’s first moon mission

    01/05/2015 6:35:44 PM PST · 51 of 54
    olezip to Drew68
    "The Earth is a very small stage in a vast cosmic arena,” wrote the astronomer Carl Sagan. “Think of the rivers of blood spilled by all those generals and emperors, so that, in glory and triumph, they could become the momentary masters of a fraction of a dot.”

    Carl Sagan had much psycho-babble in his writings that have nothing to do with reality.

    Another mission to the Moon makes sense. The Moon is a celestial body close to the Earth with much to offer in science and technology, living and working outside of the Earth, harvesting resources for sustainable living in outer space...

  • An important lesson on free speech learned at Mendocino High

    12/30/2014 12:28:14 PM PST · 9 of 20
    olezip to artichokegrower
    But it wasn’t just the LeBron Jameses and Derrick Roses of this world who wore the “I Can’t Breathe” T-shirts on the court or on the field.

    I wonder if the LeBron and Derricks of the world realize that they are providing evidence that they have seriously disordered minds.

    If you can say "I can't breathe" you can breathe. If you really could not breathe you would not be able to talk at all. That fact, in itself, should be enough for one to look a little deeper into the facts of the matter.

    Leftists do not need facts or actual results.

  • Police Respect Squandered in Attacks on de Blasio (NY Times)

    12/30/2014 12:19:37 PM PST · 54 of 55
    olezip to dennisw
    Mayor Bill de Blasio has spent weeks expressing his respect and admiration for the New York Police Department, while calling for unity in these difficult days, but the message doesn’t seem to be sinking in.

    The de Blasio message that DID sink in, was the one that contributed to the assassination of two New York police officers. The mayor clearly supported those who would kill police officers.

    The press cannot see beyond their own spittle; much less connect the dots. Perhaps the mayor and his press should take a time out and think about who they support, and how they can truly heal and apologize for their treasonous behavior toward their own.

  • Obama: ‘Steve King and I Fundamentally Disagree on Immigration’

    12/30/2014 5:30:56 AM PST · 31 of 31
    olezip to ObamahatesPACoal
    “If your view is that immigrants are either fundamentally bad to the country or that we actually have the option of deporting 11 million immigrants, regardless of the disruptions, regardless of the cost, and that that is who we are as Americans, I reject that,” he said.

    We have a president who does not want to address the real issue of leaky borders. Common sense suggests that you plug the leak before bailing out the water.

    We need to stop the leak and then develop a policy or set of policies to deal with the illegal immigrants already in the country. We need a policy that is fair to those who did NOT jump the line to get into the USA.

    We need a policy that is fair to those legal residents looking for jobs in the USA.

  • Historic 7ft Crucifix Cut Down After it Offends New Muslim Neighbour

    12/26/2014 3:25:13 AM PST · 39 of 57
    olezip to Nachum
    Shortly after the new resident, a man described by local media as ‘Egyptian’ moved in, he started complaining to neighbours and even his local government about the crucifix.

    Why are these unhappy vicious people so AFRAID of the cross?

  • Passenger tossed after flipping out over staff’s ‘Merry Christmas’

    12/25/2014 8:41:34 AM PST · 73 of 80
    olezip to Labyrinthos
    The grumpy passenger, who appeared to be traveling alone, barked at the woman, “You shouldn’t say that because not everyone celebrates Christmas.” ...

    Why are these grumpy, intolerant people so AFRAID of the cross? To me, a "Merry Christmas" is uplifting and puts a smile on my face.

  • Bratton: Cops shouldn’t have turned backs on de Blasio

    12/22/2014 7:57:02 AM PST · 48 of 95
    olezip to maggief
    Commissioner Bill Bratton acknowledged that de Blasio has lost support of some police.

    Bratton got it backward. The police have lost the support of de Blasio, because of de Blasio's disordered mindset (a characteristic of Democrats). Anyone with common sense can see clearly what is going on.

    It is alarming when cops are killed for doing their job.

  • Justice League Vigil for Slain NYPD Officers Asks Whose Life Matters (The nerve!)

    12/22/2014 3:57:38 AM PST · 6 of 22
    olezip to 2ndDivisionVet
    "We're not anti-police, we're anti-police brutality," a member of the Justice League told the crowd, to cheers. "Every cop isn't bad…Every black man isn't a criminal."

    Typical leftist babble (banalities, platitudes). Do they realize that they support the mindless killing of people whose job is to enforce the law? My guess is that there are reams of paper listing the records of those who break the law.

    Supporting cop killers because cops were doing their job is anarchy. Facts do not matter. What kind of chaotic society do these people want, one where they are the judge and jury based on the "feelings" of those with an "axe to grind" or "turf to protect" instead of facts? We are no longer a nation guided by those with respect for the law.

  • Pope Francis and the Catholic Crisis

    12/15/2014 3:25:36 PM PST · 5 of 8
    olezip to detective
    The liberals and immoral people who continually attack our beliefs and our life choices are portrayed as virtuous.

    Why are the leftists and other nonbelievers so afraid of the cross? They relentlessly criticize and attack the church. They are unhappy people.

    Why are they so afraid of the cross?

  • Here Are EIGHT Campus Rape Hoaxes Eerily Like The UVA Rape Story

    12/15/2014 5:22:55 AM PST · 11 of 20
    olezip to servo1969
    Hanna Rosin provides the likely answer: Erdely hoped her wildly implausible 9,000-word, agenda-driven excuse for journalism would emphasize “the larger theme of a university culture and social scene indifferent even to the most brutalized victims of rape.”

    It looks like the feminist premise that men and women are equal and interchangeable works only selectively, as evidenced by same sex marriage and equal pay for equal work.

    On the other hand just the accusation of untoward behavior to women results in a LaCross team being destroyed or harmed for life, fraternities being closed, and many women jumping on the bandwagon against someone with money who allegedly did something 40 years ago.

    When are the feminists going to admit that their premise is WRONG? That men and women are NOT equal? That men and women are NOT interchangeable?

    On one hand they want women on submarines and in combat; on the other hand they want women to have more protection and "daddy" government intervention.

    Satan loves chaos!

  • Report: Jeb Bush Asks McCain For Advice On Not Pandering To Conservatives

    12/12/2014 3:34:52 PM PST · 65 of 108
    olezip to Maceman
    Jeb Bush has quietly consulted former Republican presidential nominee John McCain about how to run for president without pandering to conservatives in a GOP primary, according to a new report.

    Why would Jeb Bush pander to a loser? Everyone knew that John McCain did not have a chance when he ran for President.

    "Everyone" refers to those who have common sense and can see clearly. They are called the Tea Party but there is no party; just many, many citizens and voters with common sense and a distaste for corruption.

    These are the people who believe in God, that abortion is murder, who believe in fiscal responsibility, who know that men and women are NOT interchangeable, and that the "science" of global warming is far from settled. There is more...

    Call them all the names you want, but the truth stands firm.

  • White House: Proper security precautions taken in advance of Senate torture report

    12/08/2014 12:00:10 PM PST · 15 of 24
    olezip to Dave346
    Obama administration officials said Monday the “necessary precautions” have been taken at U.S. facilities around the world in preparation for the looming release of a Senate report on the alleged use of torture by the CIA.

    Releasing a report on the alleged use of torture by the CIA would be counter productive and incredibly stupid unless it includes the alleged use of torture by the Taliban, Russia, Cuba, North Korea and communist or totalitarian countries.

    Exactly what purpose would the release of incendiary allegations serve? Does the USA want to cede another advantage to a hostile world to take us down another notch, and make the USA even more vulnerable to attack by a growing list of even stronger enemies?

  • The College Rape Overcorrection

    12/08/2014 3:22:47 AM PST · 9 of 30
    olezip to Cincinatus' Wife
    The victimization of women (and using college campuses to carve this notion in stone) is a cause celeb for the White House, the Department of Education, the Dept of Justice, Title IX, and feminist groups.

    Do you see the insanity of this? On one hand feminists want full equality with men to the extent that justifies same sex marriage, that justifies women serving on submarines, fire fighting teams, and in combat roles.

    On the other hand women admit that they are the weaker sex and want special protections? The want government provided birth control, abortions, and special treatment.

    As a result we have chaos thanks to feminists with disordered minds.

  • Mayor Bill de Blasio: Rudy Giuliani ‘Fundamentally Misunderstands the Reality’

    12/08/2014 3:10:08 AM PST · 35 of 40
    olezip to 2ndDivisionVet
    Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani “fundamentally misunderstands the reality,” New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said today on “This Week” in response to Giuliani’s recent comments focusing on violence within African-American communities, rather than questions over police interactions with minorities that have sparked nationwide protests.

    This is yet another example of the left attempting to project their own failings.

    The truth of the matter is that Bill de Blasio FAILS to understand the reality, is it not? New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio simply cannot connect the dots.

    Sad but funny, and another example of how the left uses their rather empty playbook (blame game, character assassination, name calling, accusing the other side of what they themselves are doing).

    Could it be that the Democrats do NOT accept personal responsibility because they are incapable of real understanding of the issues (disordered minds as described by Mike Savage)?

  • Cultural shift on sexual assault: Why Bill Cosby allegations coming out now?

    12/07/2014 2:59:32 AM PST · 17 of 48
    olezip to SteveH
    The Bill Cosby allegations reflect an evolving American understanding of the crime of sexual assault, and increased empathy toward those claiming to be victims, say victim advocates.

    One one hand women want to be assigned to submarines, participate in hand to hand combat, be a firefighter, etc., demand equal pay for "equal" work, and are so macho that they demand to be totally interchangeable with men to the extent of same sex marriage.

    On the other hand they want men to be put so far back in jail that they have to pump in air so they can breathe, if women accuse them of rape, molestation, or "talking dirty."

    There is so much on macho women in the news, it makes me wonder why such old allegations are given so much press?

    I am getting tired of seeing women coming out of the woodwork to complain that something happened to them because they are powerless. (Do they smell the money?) And then go on and demand that they are to be treated equal to men. The word "selective" has to go in that sentence somewhere.