So i was on a boat ride to an island and saw these kids almost drooling to go near the captain's deck, but would not. The parent arrived and the children asked if it was ok, and only then went to talk to the captain.
Sorry but when i was a kid I would never have waited. Not because I was a bad kid but because my curiousity was allowed to roam.
See this too often. Maybe we are just more worried about what is okay to do and what isnt now days.
For the first time in what seems like forever we are going to open up the gates! So exciting.
EDIT: I forgot to mention that my "idea" is to open up the gates now. ;D
"Christians are people who have stopped pretending that they are good enough to deserve a place in heaven. Instead, they have realised that God loved them enough to settle the score for all their wrongdoings by sending His own Son, Jesus, to die in their place. Following this, they have committed their lives to Jesus, trusting Him for the power to enjoy an ongoing relationship with God now and a place in heaven for eternity."
John 8:36 - "If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed."
I lose people quickly when they start talking about constitutional rights, the discussion should be human rights or god given rights. Constantly saying fighting for my " constitutional rights " is handicapping the argument, i mean aren't we fighting for non negotiable RIGHTS that are not dictated by law but by my humanity itself?
.....just took a quantum Leap .
Got to be other uses for this 'liquid-to-container' technology. I love it!
Here's my thing. We just watched Bachmann oppose Amashes bill about NSA spying. She says she's for constitutional conservatism. Funny thing is that NSA data collection is violating our Constitutional right to privacy and she thinks it's ok? Sounds like hypocrisy to me... Does this sound right?
So, I was trying to understand a possible motive to why the Obama Admin has been supporting the trafficking of women and children, teens, and young men to the USA from Central American countries. An exodus of a generation of young folks.
One possible motive is to depopulate the Central American countries of a large portion of young able bodied men that could join their respective countries military in defense of an invasion.
Remove enough young folks that within the next 10 years the armies of these Central American countries will be depleted of able bodied men by the year 2025.
Throwing an idea out there to see what you all might have to say.
Build and promote a loose organization of individuals connected via a social app focused on an approach to the peaceful resolution of a selected conflict.
Step 1: Selecting a cause
People propose and select a geographic area with a particular conflict. The area with the most crowd interest in a period of time is the area selected to focus on. People posting from within a proposed area and selecting their own area are weighted strongly.
Step 2: Brain storm proposals and steps
Is it me or over the last several months has anyone else noticed that a considerable amount of posts on the DP have been copies of Drudge's top posts of the day? Are we as a liberty community starting to take the lame stream media bait of never-ending neo-con moral outrage, instead of focusing more on the endless font of alternative media providing inspired and productive information...
Obama has stopped enforcing immigration rules for some illegal immigrants. http://edition.cnn.com/2012/06/15/politics/immigration/index...
My gravity is bigger than yours.
6'7" ~260 lbs here.
I used to browse DP for links to interesting articles related to the most recent recent political/economic developments in US and the world, so I could get full information faster and avoid lengthy internet searches. Libertarians are now everywhere in the world and we are communicating. This simple sharing of information resources made me hooked on DP. I still check DP postings every day but I don't find anything more informative than it is available elsewhere.
Since Congress doesn't seem to have the tenacity to conduct oversight of the Executive Branch, perhaps our efforts would better spent by supporting Judicial Watch, rather than trying to influence Congress to do the right thing, which they never seem to do.
Judicial Watch has a far better track record, recently, at getting information than Congress.