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Poll Results On Life

Posted by Casey on January 14, 2009

The question was:
Do You Consider A Fetus Life Or Property?

76% of you feel that a fetus is life.

14% feel it’s property.

10% admitted they are hypocrites, and said it was both.

To read the post that spawned the poll … go here.

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UPDATE: Hitler Child Taken From Parents

Posted by Casey on January 14, 2009

On December 18 I told you about the parents who named their kids after prominent Nazis … including Hitler.

Authorities have now taken the kids into protective custody.

What do you think? Should children named after Nazis be taken away for child abuse?

Posted in Censorship, Conspiracy, Constitution, Government, Hate, Human Rights, Legal, Outrage, Police, Poll, Polls, Racism | Tagged: , , | 1 Comment »

Flight 93 Families Dishonor Loved One’s Sacrifice

Posted by Casey on December 29, 2008

I hate writing this post. I really do. The idea that I have to write about the disgraceful actions of the relatives of the Flight 93 victims is stomach turning.

Here’s what is going on:

Most of the remains from the tragedy on Sept. 11, 2001, were never recovered, making the bowl-shaped crash site in the western Pennsylvania countryside an unofficial cemetery and, for surviving relatives, sacred ground.

But efforts to buy property for a national Flight 93 memorial have bogged down in federal red tape and a protracted land dispute, angering family members and risking plans to hold a dedication ceremony on the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. The delays have prompted an advocacy group, Families of Flight 93, to ask President Bush to personally intervene during his final weeks in office to allow the federal government to seize the land needed for the memorial and to allocate part of the money for the project.

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Excuse me, I threw up a little in my mouth.

I think everyone would love to see a memorial for the victims of Flight 93. Undoubtedly, we’d prefer the memorial on the site of the tragedy. Is memorializing the victims of one tragedy worth creating another tragedy?

This land is privately owned by a company who is willing to sell it for a fare market value, but they haven’t been offered that yet. Frankly, it shouldn’t matter if they never wanted to sell the land … it’s theirs! For the relatives of Flight 93 victims to demand that the federal government steal land from a private land owner is a travesty, and it dishonors the memories of their loved ones.

The passengers of Flight 93 didn’t just fight back to save their own lives. They fought back against the terrorists to uphold American ideals. Ideals like freedom, liberty, and private property. How would Todd Beamer react to this group asking the government to use eminent domain to seize privately owned land in order to build him a memorial? Somehow, I doubt Mr. Beamer would be in favor of such treachery.

The Flight 93 group, and the federal government need to cease their selfish, grandiose land grab. There is no honor in what they are doing. Only dishonor for the flight that fought back.

What do you think?

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Harry Reid Has His Ass Handed To Him By Local Talk Show Host!

Posted by Casey on October 9, 2008

I’ve mentioned that I’m a fan of Casey Hendrickson’s before on this site, and he has been kind enough to help me out with this blog a few times. Today Hendrickson was filling in on KXNT’s morning show, and he aired an interview he did with Harry Reid yesterday afternoon. The interview is almost a half hour long, and it’s the first time I’ve ever seen anyone really challenge Reid on several issues. The two of them were both respectful, but still went at each other for most of the interview. It culminated in Reid calling Hendrickson a racist.

I really want to give both of them credit here. Reid usually hangs up on people, but he actually extended the interview beyond what he was supposed to, and Hendrickson laid into him good.

KXNT does a segment called “The Flip” in which people can call in and flip someone off, or flip someone up. The bit was on fire with support for Hendrickson’s interview which took up the whole 7am hour. Except for one guy who called him a jackass.

Later on Rush Limbaugh picked up on the story (KXNT is the Limbaugh affiliate in Las Vegas), and aired some of Reid’s comments.

I was planning on blogging this already, but was waiting for KXNT to get the audio of the interview up on their website. It’s up there now, and KXNT has a poll on whether you thought the interview was fair towards Reid. At the time I wrote this the poll was at 94% in favor of Casey’s interview, and 6% thought it was an attempt to make Reid look bad. You can take their poll here, or you can take our poll in the left sidebar.

I was on Drudge a few minutes ago, and I noticed that Drudge has a story on his site about the interview. When you click the headline it takes you to Breitbart who has the racist comments part of the interview.

Below is the full interview from KXNT’s website.

Harry Reid Interview With Casey Hendrickson

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Poll: Should A 15 Year Old Girl Face Child Porn Charges For Sending Pictures Of Herself?

Posted by Casey on October 8, 2008

UPDATE: I’ve added the poll to this post at the bottom. It used to be in the left sidebar.

Oh my, what a doozie this case is. A 15 year old girl took naked pictures of herself, and sent them to classmates. She has been arrested and is being charged with felony child pornography.


Central Ohio authorities have filed felony charges against a 15-year-old girl accused of taking nude cell phone photos of herself and sending them to high school classmates.

Police say the Newark Licking Valley student was arrested Friday and held over the weekend. On Monday, she entered denials to juvenile charges of illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material and possession of criminal tools.

A spokeswoman for the Ohio attorney general’s office says an adult convicted of the child pornography charge would have to register as a sexual offender, but a judge would have flexibility on the matter with a convicted juvenile.

A prosecutor says Licking County authorities also considering charges for students who received the photos.

Eek. I told you it was a doozy. Take a minute to take the poll in the sidebar. What do you think?

Posted in child predators, Human Rights, Legal, Outrage, Police, Poll, Polls, Sad, State Issues | Tagged: , | 6 Comments »

Poll Results For 5th Grader, & OJ Verdict

Posted by Casey on October 8, 2008

The two polls up on the site for a while have come to a close … here’s the results.

The poll about the 5th grader being suspended for wearing an anti-Obama shirt had 57% of you saying that the school was wrong, 41% felt the school was right to suspend the student, and 3% of you had other leanings.

The OJ verdict poll had 71% of you liking the verdict, 14% thinking OJ was set up, and another 14% thought he deserved some punishment but as much as he faces.

Thanks again for your participation.

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What Questions Should I Ask At A Debate?

Posted by Casey on September 25, 2008

I’ve been asked to moderate a debate between two rival political groups on a college campus.  There are 3 topics to be addressed, and I would like your input on what questions to ask the debaters.  The 3 topics are:

  1. Energy
  2. Economy
  3. Foreign Policy

I already have several questions I will look to ask, but you never know what great things other people will come up with.  That’s why I’m asking you all to help me out.  In the comments below, leave your questions that you’d like asked in such a forum as a debate.

Please remember, this is not a lecture or a stage for pontification.  These two groups are debating on those 3 topics only.  Therefore, the questions you ask should be in question format.  If you have any links for source information … that would be helpful.  Thanks in advance for all your help.

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Hell Hath No Fury Like An Angry Israeli

Posted by Casey on October 1, 2007

So what do you get when your people faced genocide, you attempted to live peacefully with your neighbors only to have said neighbors invade several times, you are still surrounded by enemies who are developing nuclear weapons, you live in fear of constant rocket attacks, suicide bombings, kidnappings, and an international body (UN) refuses to even acknowledge you’re on the map?

Well, you get 72% of your population ready to nuke somebody … that’s what.

The Jerusalem Post:

Approximately 72 percent of Israelis support the use of nuclear weapons in certain circumstances, according to a Canadian survey released recently.

I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it anymore!

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Poll Results On If Parents Should Be Jailed If Their Kids Ditch School

Posted by Casey on September 18, 2007

81% of you say absolutely not, but 18% of you still think that parents should be thrown in jail. What’s wrong with you?

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Bush, S. Korean President Clash Over Ending Korean War

Posted by Casey on September 7, 2007

Many of you out there are no doubt confused. The Korean War ended decades ago, right? Wrong! The war has never ended … kind of like our war with Iraq never ended in the 90’s.

You still get combat pay when you are deployed to Korea because it is a war zone.

The S. Korean president wanted Bush to formally end the war with N. Korea, but Bush refused.


Bush said that during his talks with Roh, he reaffirmed the U.S. position that Washington will consider the war formally over only when North Korean leader Kim Jong Il actually dismantles his nuclear program.

Whatever Roh heard Bush say through his translator, it wasn’t good enough.

“I think I did not hear President Bush mention the—a declaration to end the Korean War just now,” Roh said as cameras clicked and television cameras rolled.

Bush said he thought he was being clear, but obliged Roh and restated the U.S. position.

That wasn’t good enough either. “If you could be a little bit clearer in your message,” Roh said.

Bush, now looking irritated, replied: “I can’t make it any more clear, Mr. President. We look forward to the day when we can end the Korean War. That will end—will happen when Kim verifiably gets rid of his weapons programs and his weapons.”

The White House immediately downplayed the testy exchange and said the meeting went smoothly.

“There was clearly something lost in translation,” National Security Council spokesman Gordon Johndroe said in a rushed e-mail to reporters.

“I really think the interpreter must not have conveyed the president’s comments entirely clearly,” Johndroe said. “The president made clear in his opening remarks that he told Roh that the U.S. is committed to a peace agreement once North Korea complies.”

One of the more interesting aspects of this whole exchange is that the US can’t end the war. We didn’t declare war against the North, and the US was not the only combatant.

And despite Roh’s challenge for Bush to make a declaration to end the war, the war was not between the United States and the North but between the North and the United Nations, and Bush alone could not end the war with a simple declaration. “As we say, `all parties involved,’ ” Johndroe said, when asked about the mechanics of achieving a peace treaty.

In June 1950, the U.N. Security Council, acting on a resolution advanced by the United States, adopted a resolution calling on its member states to help South Korea repel an invasion by the North.

So, even if the US ‘considers’ the war over … it will not be over until the UN acts.

Nevertheless, I smell a poll coming on. You can take it on the top right of this website.

Should the UN declare the Korean War over?

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