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MSNBC has more staff members producing their shows than watching them.
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"Chris Kyle Day" Coming to Texas

WJF Wrote: 9 hours ago (6:41 PM)
The only shovel ready jobs during the Barack Obama Administration has been burying Veterans because of the horrible VA Health Care system.
Great story and Testimony of the Grace of God.
ThwWoz is a typical Libertarian.
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"Chris Kyle Day" Coming to Texas

WJF Wrote: 11 hours ago (4:12 PM)
On January 28, The Future of Freedom Foundation (FFF) vice president, Libertarian Sheldon Richman, reacted to American Sniper by writing that Chris Kyle “was no hero” and that he really couldn’t see a difference between Kyle’s actions and those of Adam Lanza. Sheldon Richman is vice president of The Future of Freedom Foundation - a recipient of the Ron Paul Liberty in Media Award. The Future of Freedom Foundation (FFF) is a nonprofit libertarian foundation based in Fairfax, Virginia. It was founded by libertarian author and former defense attorney Jacob G. Hornberger in 1989 in order to advance the libertarian philosophy by "providing an uncompromising moral and economic case for individual liberty, free markets, private property, and a limited government." Sheldon Richman is vice president and editor. ------------------ "Excuse me, but I have trouble seeing an essential difference between what Kyle did in Iraq and what Adam Lanza did at Sandy Hook Elementary School. It certainly was not heroism." Sheldon Richman http://fff.org/explore-freedom/article/american-sniper-no-hero/ NOTE: Adam Lanza was the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter which occurred on December 14, 2012, in Newtown, Connecticut, when 20-year-old Adam Lanza fatally shot 20 children and 6 adult staff members. Prior to driving to the school, Lanza shot and killed his mother at their Newtown home. As first responders arrived at the scene, Lanza committed suicide by shooting himself in the head.
On January 28, The Future of Freedom Foundation (FFF) vice president, Libertarian Sheldon Richman, reacted to American Sniper by writing that Chris Kyle “was no hero” and that he really couldn’t see a difference between Kyle’s actions and those of Adam Lanza. Sheldon Richman is vice president of The Future of Freedom Foundation - a recipient of the Ron Paul Liberty in Media Award. The Future of Freedom Foundation (FFF) is a nonprofit libertarian foundation based in Fairfax, Virginia. It was founded by libertarian author and former defense attorney Jacob G. Hornberger in 1989 in order to advance the libertarian philosophy by "providing an uncompromising moral and economic case for individual liberty, free markets, private property, and a limited government." Sheldon Richman is vice president and editor. ------------------ "Excuse me, but I have trouble seeing an essential difference between what Kyle did in Iraq and what Adam Lanza did at Sandy Hook Elementary School. It certainly was not heroism." Sheldon Richman http://fff.org/explore-freedom/article/american-sniper-no-hero/ NOTE: Adam Lanza was the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter which occurred on December 14, 2012, in Newtown, Connecticut, when 20-year-old Adam Lanza fatally shot 20 children and 6 adult staff members. Prior to driving to the school, Lanza shot and killed his mother at their Newtown home. As first responders arrived at the scene, Lanza committed suicide by shooting himself in the head.
A Libertarian view of American Hero Chris Kyle - how is MSNBC any different than a Libertarian viewpoint?. ------------------ "Excuse me, but I have trouble seeing an essential difference between what Kyle did in Iraq and what Adam Lanza did at Sandy Hook Elementary School. It certainly was not heroism." Sheldon Richman Sheldon Richman is vice president of The Future of Freedom Foundation - a recipient of the Ron Paul Liberty in Media Award. http://fff.org/explore-freedom/article/american-sniper-no-hero/
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BREAKING: Romney Says He Will Not Run in 2016

WJF Wrote: 15 hours ago (12:09 PM)
Without a college degree you can go on to create a computer empire like Dell, Microsoft and Apple, build an airline company like Jet Blue, found an organic food company like Whole Foods, or just become a run-of-the-mill tech nerd and create WordPress, DropBox, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Spotify, Threadless or Pinterest. But some say you can’t be president of the United States. This is the conventional thinking that has so many establishment elitists warning Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker that he is not qualified to sit in the Oval office. His detractors fail to realize for the average middle-class American, these aren’t conventional times. As millions of millennials and their parents look at college as more overpriced and less a path to success as they did a generation ago, Mr. Walker can use his lack of a degree as a strength. A successful presidential candidate must be able to relate to the American public. Ronald Reagan had a quick wit; Bill Clinton came from a poor town in Arkansas; George W. Bush was a guy you just wanted to have a beer with; and Barack Obama was a community organizer from Chicago who was friends with TV queen Oprah Winfrey. Despite their extensive and differing pedigrees, they portrayed themselves as men of the people, tapping into the concerns and aspirations of the voters whose support they sought. Mr. Walker can do that as a man from a humble, blue-collar background who achieved success without following the predetermined notion that success requires at least one degree from a prestigious university. Reagan graduated from college after all, but the detractors of his day sniffed that a degree from Eureka College really didn’t count. The notion that college isn’t for everyone is more commonplace in America today than it was just a few years ago. In Mr. Walker’s youth, young men and women went to college to prepare themselves for a lifetime of work. He has said that he went to college to get a job, got a job and left college. Today, one gets the impression that many young people go not to prepare for a career, but simply to go. A Country Financial poll found fewer Americans believe college remains the good investment it was assumed to be a decade ago; just 57 percent of Americans now view college in a positive light. A 2014 Gallup poll found only 44 percent of Americans now believe that getting a college degree is”very important.” http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/jan/22/ryan-james-girdusky-scott-walkers-lack-of
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Obama's Narcissistic Dissing of Israel

WJF Wrote: 19 hours ago (8:41 AM)
Barack Obama is a 'Malignant Narcissist' who is seething with Resentment and Narcissistic Rage against America and its Citizens for the slights he 'Perceives' he has endured. When Obama believed his 'Doctrine' of Borrowing and Spending to reduce debt was NOT only deemed ludicrous but childish at best, Obama became enraged at the American Citizenry. When Obama began his 'Grinning and Bowing' Doctrine to ensure World Peace and was ridiculed and laughed at by World leaders, Obama became enraged at World leaders. Obama resents the American Citizens and World leaders that do NOT accept him as the 'Anointed One' that can solve all of the problems in the World with a 'Grin and Bow' or ill informed and amateurish solutions to complex problems.
Why Liberal Progressives (Barack Obama) are 'Perpetual Children'? When American Citizens attempt to rationalize, mitigate or otherwise justify the decisions and subsequent actions or inaction's of Barack Obama by pointing to George Bush and saying "He Did it First", not only are they using 'Childish logic and Reasoning' better suited to a 'Sandbox' or 'Playground', they are ignoring what they should be doing. Those who compare George Bush to Barack Obama or vice versa, are showing their lack of a correct perspective on reality at best, or they are revealing their inner 'Hate America' philosophy at worst. Whatever Bush did or did not do as President, or whatever Obama does or does not do as President - should be compared to the Constitution and Bill of Rights - NOT EACH OTHER OR OTHERS. Barack Obama 'Flaunts' and disparages the Constitution and Bill of Rights in everything he does or proposes and especially when carrying out his 'Not so Hidden Agenda' to transform America from a Constitutional Republic to the Tyranny of Marxist Socialism or worse. The foremost question in the minds of America's 'Perpetual Children', seems to be "Who flaunts and ignores the Constitution the most or best or did it first?" The American Citizenry needs to grow up and become thinking, rational ADULT Citizens - which unfortunately is impossible for Liberal Progressives.
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