Isn't our current POTUS Black? or more specifically half Black? So much for a "white country"......posted @ Monday, May 5, 2014 - 16:42
The Trayvon Martin case was NOT a "Stand your ground" case. In fact George Zimmerman decided against going to a Stand your ground hearing which if cleared could have resulted in no criminal case.
The Zimmerman case was a case of self-defense as TM was banging GZ's head into the concrete and physically assaulted him.
Much different than these cases.posted @ Thursday, May 1, 2014 - 13:41
Time and time again, those intent on doing harm will not follow or heed the "Firearms Free Zone" signs.
They will go where they know there will be no armed resistance. Base security can't be everywhere...
Why shouldn't combat tested and trained Soliders/Airmen/Marines/Sailors be allowed to conceal carry on base??posted @ Thursday, April 3, 2014 - 10:56
So once again a Govt run program is wasteful? Wow, what a shock!! I'd rather waste a few dollars on this kind of stuff then the 100's of other wasteful programs.
Not everything can be broken down into dollars and cents. It's the principle of it.
And I find it funny as heck that any Dem or left-leaning politician would rant about the Right and mean spiritedness. Policies of the Left/Dems have enslaved more minorities and poor than anything coming from the Right.posted @ Friday, March 21, 2014 - 11:24
Drug testing welfare recipients should be a no-brainer
Why should I have to pass a drug test as a condition of employment to earn a living that is then taxed and GIVEN away to people don't have to prove they're not on drugs? Makes no sense.
Common salvia drug test cost $8-$10. I would rather spend some money ensuring my tax dollars go to those that aren't using them to use/purchase drugs then some of the other wasteful Govt program spending.
It has nothing to do with being Christian. It is a common sense approach to spending OUR tax dollars responsibly.posted @ Friday, March 21, 2014 - 00:25
There is no such thing a s a "free education". Someone has to pay for it.
"Fairness" in education is defined by what? The outcome? Equality of opportunity does not equal equality of outcome. Individual effort and drive are needed to over come obstacles and thrive. It seems excuses are being made with race-based scoring and other "fairness" doctrines.
Myra is right in saying educational success is not just a classroom issue. Parents whom are involved in their children's academic success are the key to overall success in life, not just the classroom.
Poor life choices i.e. underage/unwed pregnancy, drug use, dropping out of school all lead to expected negative outcomes in life.
The answers are right there in front of us. Refusing to acknowledge them is the true failure.posted @ Sunday, March 16, 2014 - 13:42
Beer/Alcohol was sold to the general public @ the FSU/Bama game in Jax a few years back. What's the difference?
I would however like to see a uniform policy. If the general public can't buy it in the stadium, the Presidents box and other exclusive seating areas should be able to either.posted @ Saturday, March 15, 2014 - 13:12
Isn't UGA a State Land grant university? How can they legally go against State issued legal Conceal Carry permits?
I would be curious to see how many criminal incidents on campus have been committed by those legally carrying a firearm to those that don't have a permit.posted @ Tuesday, March 11, 2014 - 15:36
Maybe she should run for office?posted @ Thursday, February 27, 2014 - 00:40
As someone who has spent numerous deployments in AFG on Active Duty and the last 4-5 years as a contractor, I can say with some degree of certainty that neither the Afghan Govt nor the Afghan people as a whole will EVER be prepared to govern themselves as we think of as a Western society.
Their way of life is too fragmented and tribal. They are not set up to be governed by a Central Authority either in Kabul or Washington DC.
All 99% of the country wants to do is tend sheep and goats, grow their grapes or wheat and be left alone. We are dealing with a people that still use the open ground as toilets. Still have no running water, heat or electricity in their mud houses.
As soon as the US leaves the power vacuum will be filled by whomever has the most money or guns. If 12 years and Billions of US taxpayer dollars have not solved the issues then there is but one answer.
They don't want our solutions.
Best to leave while we can without further getting more US soldiers killed or maimed.posted @ Thursday, February 27, 2014 - 00:34
How far has this Country fallen when ideas like this can actually be spoken aloud in public?posted @ Wednesday, February 26, 2014 - 23:50
Good triple-option warm up game for GTposted @ Saturday, February 22, 2014 - 11:59
Instant business opportunity...LBGT Bakery.posted @ Friday, February 21, 2014 - 12:47
Step #1 to having better Special Teams: Put your best 11 players on the field. No more "Rudy" walk-ons and 3rd stringers exclusively.....posted @ Friday, February 21, 2014 - 12:38
Answer C: UGA won't be forced to use a walk-on 5'10" replacement for five* 6'5" JHC.posted @ Thursday, February 20, 2014 - 11:52
Doesn't "Volunteer" mean unpaid? Lot's of coaches have family members working for them. Steve Spurrier's Son is the QB coach and Offensive coordinator at USCe.
Lane Kiffins father Monte was the Defensive coordinator at Oakland and USCw.
I guess Kathryn Richt shouldn't be pouring PowerAde for the team during games either?posted @ Sunday, February 16, 2014 - 12:58
Of course the media is "pro" ACA and would never say anything bad about the POTUS's signature legislation. They worship at the Liberal altar.
If the "Americans for Prosperity" can educate, assist or help get those folks dependent on Govt hand outs (other taxpayers money) then good for them.
All these "Navigators" are really trying to do is get more people addicted to free stuff from the Govt and staying subservient to the Democratic Party who they will continue to vote for and keep the gravy train alive.
These Navigators make up to $38 per hour....not a bad gig answering phones and directing people to a non-functional website.posted @ Sunday, February 16, 2014 - 12:53
As someone who is currently a contractor in Afghanistan and who helps identify and capture these dangerous terrorists, it is unfathomable to me the US has no more say than it does in what Karzai does.
The US taxpayers gives him suitcases and suitcases of money every month yet we hold no influence with him?
This is yet another example of politicians screwing over the guys/gals in the field risking their lives to capture these guys building bombs and killing both civilians and military forces.
When does plain common sense enter into the equation?posted @ Friday, February 14, 2014 - 13:25
It seems like the media is trying to make this case a "redo" of the Trayvon Martin case. The only thing similar between the two cases is the victim is Black.
Trayvon physically assaulted Zimmerman (no matter the reason how or why you think GZ ended up there) and was subsequently shot in self defense and killed.
It looks to me as if Dunn had every opportunity to flee or at least deflate the situation by merely walking away. Two very different scenarios.posted @ Friday, February 14, 2014 - 12:47
Diversity for diversity sake never works. They are trying to do what Liberals do, ensure "equality of outcome rather than equality of opportunity".posted @ Saturday, February 8, 2014 - 13:37
@Humbucker bob: Obviously I am not being clear enough about this. I am not saying this child didn't suffer great pain and anguish before death.
What I am saying is the mechanics and techniques of "water boarding" and being to forced to drink excess fluid until your brain swells is two different things.
Water boarding is being strapped to bench or board, your face covered with a cloth of some type and water poured on your face to simulate drowning.
Totally different than being forced to "drink" fluids.posted @ Saturday, February 8, 2014 - 13:32
@Humbucker bob: All I was saying was water boarding and being forced to drink excessive amounts of fluid are two different things.posted @ Saturday, February 8, 2014 - 11:51
@Humbucker bob: Water boarding and being forced to drink soda/water are not the same thing. Trust me, I had to go through it for my military training.posted @ Friday, February 7, 2014 - 11:36
He like all Liberals is trying to ensure "equality of outcome, not equality of opportunity".posted @ Wednesday, January 29, 2014 - 10:51
The University Athletic Associations, Conferences and NCAA all benefit greatly from these players while purposely limiting what the players can earn.
Why should it be a disqualifying act for a player to sign helmets or jerseys and benefit from their sale? Does the NCAA "own" that athlete and their "likeness"?
Could a "regular" student sell their autograph and not lose their scholarship? Why is it different for athletes?
The players aren't asking for a whole lot when it comes to the amount of cash everyone around them profits for their performance. Sure not every player makes it to the pro level but shouldn't they at least be able to share in the profits the TV, radio, schools and conferences make from their blood and sweat?posted @ Wednesday, January 29, 2014 - 10:39
Summary: I'm not saying it's lonely to be a movie critic, but we often find ourselves seated alone in an empty theatre when we're watching new stuff. I know people who say they won't go see anything unless they have at least one other person to go with, but I've always enjoyed having the place to myself. I'm not saying it's lonely to be a movie critic, but we often find ourselves seated alone in an empty theatre when we're watching new stuff. I know people who say they won't go see anything unless they have at least one other person to go with, but I've always enjoyed having the place to myself. read more
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