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Simple English calls your comment into question. "Feral" cattle, by definition, belong to nobody, so how can the feral cattle you describe belong to Mr. Bundy? And I wonder if you understand that there are no fences surrounding this land, so of course cows will wander. That's why there are big yellow signs along the highways announcing to drivers that they are traversing "Open range." (Unlike in normal America, when you hit a cow on the highway it's considered your fault, not the cows.) In once case the BLM cited, a cow got onto a golf course and enjoyed himself. I think a better question than why Mr. Bundy didn't stop the cow from wandering onto a golf course, is why those dumbasses built a golf course adjacent to open range.
I made this argument five years ago: http://www.jpattitude.com/090520.php. I'm glad you and a bunch of others are on board, Mr. Root. You may have been writing tongue in cheek above but I'm serious. The Democrat Party fits all the criteria for a criminal enterprise. If anything, things have gotten worse in the five years since I wrote my column. And oh, by the way, we don't need prosecutors to enforce the RICO statute: the law is written so that private citizens can bring action.
Hey Doug: God's Not Dead is in your local theatre right now. Son of God is, too. Both of them are Biblical rather than pointedly anti-Biblical like Noah. Justify your movie choice all you want but don't say Christians are competing.
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Biblical Bad-Asses: Elijah

Jim4136 Wrote: Mar 23, 2014 12:34 PM
And let's not forget, Jesus was not only a lamb, he was a lion: http://www.jpattitude.com/110910.php
Quick question: did he write a check for $30 million or did he "pledge" $30 million? I've noticed a trend over the last couple decades of super-wealthy liberals "pledging" giant amounts of money - Ted Turner, Bill Gates, etc. - but they don't actually write the check to the cause. Instead, they write the check to a foundation on whose board they sit so they never truly give up the control and power over how that money is spent.
What is it with Ann kissing up to establishment Republicans? It's sad to watch - like watching a car wreck in slow motion. I guess the "facts" have finally cured her of her Chris Christie obsession, but now she's stalking McConnell. Maybe she just has a thing for ugly fat white guys, I don't know. What I do know is McConnell undercut Cruz when Cruz was doing the right thing for the country and FACTS, Ann, have proved Cruz right. How many mistakes does a leader get to make before we replace him?
Gee, a lawyer lied. There's something you don't see every day.
I, too, wonder about the funding arrangements. Somehow I doubt the charter schools were there entirely rent free. I'm guessing there was a combination of fees and tax base sharing that was the equivalent of rent.
Nicely irrelevant. If you can't read the column and comment on it, try glancing at the title at least.
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Pew: Are Couples Happier Without Kids?

Jim4136 Wrote: Feb 24, 2014 11:37 AM
What they should do is ask parents later in life whether they feel fulfilled as human beings. Happiness is a silly measure to chase. In the midst of running after a toddler while cooking dinner and helping a ten year old with homework, the adjective that comes to mind might not be "happy." But later, when you ponder your achievements in life from the pinnacle of old age, you will, I guarantee, be more fulfilled if you had children.
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