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Next time anyone says "there ought-to-be a law", just remember that those wonderful people, politicians, are only to happy to oblige. Alas, most of these laws come with extra taxes, extra burdens on citizens and businesses. Sure, we need laws, but be careful what you ask for. Before you know it, freedom's gone. KenC
I have to take exception to Townhall using the wire services for "news." It is always hopelessly biased. Take, for example, this little gem imbedded in the story: "By a 5-4 vote in June 2013, the justices decided to remove from federal law the most effective tool for fighting voting discrimination." This is rank opinion, not reporting. Who says this was the most effective? In fact, as I recall, it was the most oppressive to the southern states who had to obey the Attorney General, of whatever political persuasion, while northern states could do any damn thing they liked, and did! KenC
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Who's Afraid of 'Rocky Mountain Heist'?

Ken1984 Wrote: Oct 17, 2014 8:15 AM
Crony capitalism is why they get the big bucks. Somehow, government money, after they are elected, goes only to corporations owned by their friends. And then we have the woman who supposedly is in charge of stopping Ebola and other diseases from harming the U.S. She gets paid gobs of government money but somehow is nowhere to be seen when Ebola arrives. I'd bet you anything she is an empty vessel who is collecting your tax money because her daddy, or someone in the family, gave big-time to the Democratic Party. KenC
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Who's Afraid of 'Rocky Mountain Heist'?

Ken1984 Wrote: Oct 17, 2014 8:11 AM
Remember Obama set up all those "youth workers" as a sort of Peace Corps in the United States. Well that is an example of the Democratic Party financing its political machine with public paid-for "free" campaign workers. KenC
I'll back any black person who has the nerve to criticize Al and the other race baiters. It is the black community that needs to get these fools under control and, no matter what Arenas motivation might be, it is a start. A good start. KenC
Wait a sec. Remember that Christ recognized that man (that means men and women) is a sinner. Going to church after fooling around is not hypocritical, it is actually the thing to do. KenC
Ahhhh, but Georgetown University is a Catholic University, so obviously, this guy is supported by the Catholic Church, so obviously the Catholic Church is still on the anti-Semitic binge it initiated during the Nazi era in Germany. Right? I mean, why else would it hire this nut-job? And, if they try to say they hire people for diverse views and that they don't necessarily endorse the views of these professors, then I'd ask how come they can't seem to be able to recruit many professors with the right-wing leaning? KenC
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What About 'Black-on-Black Crime'?

Ken1984 Wrote: Aug 21, 2014 1:30 PM
Indeed!!!! KenC
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What About 'Black-on-Black Crime'?

Ken1984 Wrote: Aug 21, 2014 1:23 PM
Wait a sec. I didn't see Al or the president calling in the attorney general every time there was a black on black shooting. I didn't see any rioting and looting by enraged black people in Chicago upset about the shootings. I didn't see any rage by the president, I didn't see the private talks by the president with the mothers of all those "kids" killed in Chicago. Did I miss something? And as for white police officers shooting a black person on the average of two times a week, that is pretty well besides the point unless the police do this without justification. The reality is that we have these big riots and yelling and inflammatory, racist BS far too often and a rush to judgement and to blame the police, and white people, any time the Democratic Party needs an issue, needs to distract from their screwups. Needs the black vote. I'm not ready to say that the president talking at a Chicago school in any way equates with the insinuations and race baiting that went on this week. And neither should you. If the evidence points to police abuse and unjustified actions, I'll be right out there with you yelling about injustice, be it against black, white or any other color. But until then, I'm not about to jump on the bandwagon. KenC
Yup, Uber fits in with my idea of Republican less-government, the better. And there is no doubt, taxi licensing has become a way of restricting business to a few in order to drive up the cost of taxies. It becomes a form of unionism. KenC
Yup, Uber fits in with my idea of Republican less-government, the better. And there is no doubt, taxi licensing has become a way of restricting business to a few in order to drive up the cost of taxies. It becomes a form of unionism. KenC
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