Why are you publishing such BS?
I have a good idea: You are a bunch of old (and I mean old) white men that wish we were back in 1860!
I’ll tell you what, you and your kind are dying off more each day, and I can’t wait until you’re all gone!
The Second Amendment needs to be redefined for modern times.
It is my opinion that the right to bear arms is very similar to the right to smoke: They both have a cancerous effect that contributes to the decay in modern society.
We as a society can continue to ignore it and look the other way or come up with temporary fixes that give the appearance of seriousness. However, the reality is: There are too many guns in the U.S., and our too-many-guns are being turned on us.
I believe all the suggested legislation on the table as of now might make it difficult to sell certain weapons; yet, it does not address the ability to ... continue reading »
I just have to compliment you on Bob Unruh. He’s the best thing that’s happened to WND in a long time.
He is excellent!
Thank you, Bob!
It’s about time we take this country back and throw all the bums out.
We have to get back to what made us great and turn to God so we will be great again. We can’t make this mistake again. The rule of law will prevail. It’s eviction time.
Remember: We own everything in this country. We can bring charges and jail these people, or they can resign. The choice is theirs
To those individuals who want to secede: Don’t let the door hit you in the bum on the way out.
Should states that wish to remain sovereign and free declare their territory a Washington-free zone and get out of the union while the getting is good?
Let’s face it. What good has come from the U.S. federal government in the past 13 years or more? I see only extirpation of individual freedoms, endless undeclared wars and collateral massacres of thousands of innocents abroad, a Congress of greed and insouciance, health care fascism, war on Christians, national bankruptcy, generational indebtedness and indentured servitude, a hundred million people condemned to empty lives of lassitude and government dependency, bureaucratic a ... continue reading »