Baseball sucks By psychoDiablo (November 12, 2016)
Apparently not everyone hates Donnie more than Hillary lol. What does anyone really expect? The only thing I can think that sucked about Obama was having to sign up for healthcare. Otherwise if you didn't you'd be fined. Anyways, I forgot I was here to make fun of Funk sonic because I think he wanted HIllary to win or whatever. Yeah eat it. I didn't vote him or her. My friend voted for john cena. I chose....
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I'll just leave this here... By 1337 (November 3, 2016)
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Dont listen to whatever was just posted before this. That fool has no clue as to what he's saying nor is there any reason why he was let out.
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Case Closed - Kim Davis Has Won the Fight for Religious Freedom Aug 19, 2016 By Funk*Sonic*7 (August 19, 2016)
"ASHLAND, KY -- Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis has won the fight for religious freedom after a federal judge issued an order dismissing all three 2015 marriage license lawsuits against her yesterday.


U.S. Judge David Bunning dismissed in their entirety, Miller v. Davis, Ermold v. Davis and Yates v. Davis, which brings to an end the trial proceedings against her arising from the 2015 Obergefell decision.

Despite the ACLU’s attempt to continue the case against Kim Davis and assess damages against her, the federal district court dismissed the case, closed the files and ordered all the pending cases to be removed from the docket.

Davis, represented by Liberty Counsel, spent six days in jail last year for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex "couples" in violation of her right to freedom of conscience. Davis would not issue the licenses, because they had her name and authority on them.

As a result, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin signed an executive order creating one marriage license form, which does not require the county clerk’s name and title. The Kentucky General Assembly made Governor Bevin’s changes permanent with a bill that passed the State House with a 97-0 vote followed by a 36-0 vote in the State Senate. Bevin said his signature on the unanimous bipartisan legislation brought “statutory finality to the marriage license dilemma.”

“Kim Davis has won! We celebrate this victory for her and for every American,” said Mat Staver, Founder and Chairman of Liberty Counsel. "County clerks are now able to perform their public service without being forced to compromise their religious liberty.

The case is now closed and the door has been shut on the ACLU’s attempt to assess damages against Kim Davis.

This victory is not just for Kim Davis. It is a victory for everyone who wants to remain true to their deeply-held religious beliefs regarding marriage, while faithfully serving the public,” said Staver.

Liberty Counsel is an international nonprofit, litigation, education, and policy organization dedicated to advancing religious freedom, the sanctity of life, and the family since 1989, by providing pro bono assistance and representation on these and related topics."


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What Gianna Jessen Lived Through By Funk*Sonic*7 (August 11, 2016)
See and listen to Gianna's testimony here...

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How to Sabotage the GOP once in for all... By Funk*Sonic*7 (August 10, 2016)
find out how in just over 3 minutes....

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Trump's Assassination Dog Whistle By Madre (August 9, 2016)

Anybody who votes for this dangerous man is as crazy as he is!

"One day after his widely discussed "reboot" in which he did nothing more than read basic Republican economic talking points from a teleprompter, Donald Trump uttered perhaps his most outrageous – and dangerous – ad-lib yet. And that's saying something for a campaign in which he's criticized John McCain for being a prisoner of war, characterized Mexicans as rapists, called for banning Muslims from coming into the country, picked a fight with a Gold Star family and urged Russia to hack his political opponent.

Speaking to a crowd in Wilmington, North Carolina, Tuesday, Trump expressed concern about Hillary Clinton possibly picking Supreme Court justices and other judges. He then said, "If she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. Although the Second Amendment people, maybe there is. I don't know."

Let that soak in for a second. One of the two major-party nominees for president just called for "Second Amendment people" to "do" something about his political opponent's judges. According to the Trump campaign's rapid response team, he was talking about those "Second Amendment people" coming together politically – "unification," as they called it. The Clinton campaign, and pretty much the entire Internet, saw it differently: as a clear suggestion of violence against a political opponent.

It's hard not to side with the Clinton campaign here. What Trump said was that a particular group – those who are defined by rallying around guns – should do something about Clinton and her judicial nominees. What can people who rally around guns do that's different than others? Use those guns.

But it's really irrelevant what Trump actually meant, because enough people will hear Trump's comments and think he's calling for people to take up arms against Clinton, her judges or both. Though most of the people hearing that call may claim he was joking, given what we know about people taking up arms in this country, there will undoubtedly be some people who think he was serious and consider the possibility.

In other words, what Trump just did is engage in so-called stochastic terrorism. This is an obscure and non-legal term that has been occasionally discussed in the academic world for the past decade and a half, and it applies with precision here. Stochastic terrorism, as described by a blogger who summarized the concept several years back, means using language and other forms of communication "to incite random actors to carry out violent or terrorist acts that are statistically predictable but individually unpredictable."

Let's break that down in the context of what Trump said. Predicting any one particular individual following his call to use violence against Clinton or her judges is statistically impossible. But we can predict that there could be a presently unknown lone wolf who hears his call and takes action in the future.

Stated differently: Trump puts out the dog whistle knowing that some dog will hear it, even though he doesn't know which dog.

Those of us who work against anti-abortion violence unfortunately know all about this. Valerie Tarico wrote about this form of terrorism following the Planned Parenthood murders in Colorado Springs last November. The pattern she noted there is 100 percent applicable to Donald Trump and his supporters right now – except that we haven't yet had the major act of violence at the end of the string. As Tarico wrote:

"1. A public figure with access to the airwaves or pulpit demonizes a person or group of persons.
2. With repetition, the targeted person or group is gradually dehumanized, depicted as loathsome and dangerous—arousing a combustible combination of fear and moral disgust.
3. Violent images and metaphors, jokes about violence, analogies to past 'purges' against reviled groups, use of righteous religious language—all of these typically stop just short of an explicit call to arms.
4. When violence erupts, the public figures who have incited the violence condemn it—claiming no one could possibly have foreseen the 'tragedy.'"

This explains Donald Trump's campaign against Hillary Clinton to a letter. He has 1) demonized her whenever he can by calling her "Crooked Hillary" and constantly degrading her; 2) organized a convention around which the central theme, repeated over and over, was that Clinton is a criminal who needs to be locked up, clearly using fear and moral disgust as motivators; and 3) is now using violent metaphors (or "jokes," if that's what you think his statements were) against her, just short of an explicit call to arms.

Now we just have to hope that #4 doesn't come about – that violence does not erupt. Though, if it does, we know exactly what Trump and his supporters will say: that they never could have foreseen this tragedy.

In the world I'm most familiar with, the world of anti-abortion violence, we see this again and again from leaders of the anti-abortion movement. Tarico's post linked above is one example. This cartoon, drawn following Dr. George Tiller's assassination in 2009 (and dug up Tuesday by Michelle Kinsey Bruns), is another perfect illustration.

Following Trump's comments, we all have to hope (and, if it's your cup of tea, pray) that it doesn't come to this – that the lone wolves out there don't read this as urging someone to take the next step in the cycle.

Because what Trump has done is clear: He has incited violence against Hillary Clinton and/or her judges, even if he doesn't know exactly who will carry that violence out."
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Hillary LIED, People Died! By Funk*Sonic*7 (August 7, 2016)
Where are the "Hillary Lied, People Died!" crowd on the left?

Iranian nuclear scientist executed. Was mentioned in Hillary''s emails that should of been classified.



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Justice for David Daleiden! By Funk*Sonic*7 (July 26, 2016)
BREAKING: Justice is served for Pro-Life journalist David Daleiden! The Harris County District Attorney dropped the phony felony charges brought against David by the pro-baby killer lobby. No pending charges remain in Texas for the creators of the videos showing Planned Parenthood selling the organs of slaughtered babies.

"Undercover investigator David Daleiden has been vindicated. Today, a Harris County, Texas judge dismissed the bogus misdemeanor charge against David Daleiden for allegedly trying to buy body parts from the Planned Parenthood abortion business he was exposing for selling them as a part of the Center for Medical Progress’ undercover investigation.

Daleiden has maintained from the beginning that he and the Center for Medical Progress followed all applicable laws in the course of its investigative journalism and that the indictments were politically motivated.

Read the judge’s order dropping the misdemeanor charge...


CMP responded to the dismissal in a statement to LifeNews:

Judge Diane Bull’s swift dismissal of the bogus charge against CMP founder David Daleiden of trafficking human organs is the latest confirmation that the indictments from a runaway grand jury in Houston were a politically-motivated sham all along. In finding that the indictment was void on its face, Judge Bull’s ruling directly contradicts the District Attorney’s argument that the indictment was valid despite the DA’s collusion with Planned Parenthood.

The dismissal of the first indictment today sends a strong message to Planned Parenthood and their political cronies that colluding to suppress the First Amendment rights of citizen journalists will never work. The Center for Medical Progress follows all applicable laws in the course of its investigative journalism work and as more details about Planned Parenthood’s contracts for aborted baby parts come to light, it’s clear that Planned Parenthood and their business partners like StemExpress are the ones who are guilty of trafficking in human body parts.

UPDATE: District Attorney Devon Anderson’s office has indicated it will not appeal the dismissal. http://www.khou.com/news/crime/1-of-...vist/243716975

As the Houston Chronicle reports about the dismissed charge, Daleiden’s attorneys maintain District Attorney Devon Anderson has been working in cahoots with the Planned Parenthood abortion company to target Daleiden:

Daleiden is accusing the Harris County District Attorney’s Office of illegally colluding with the nonprofit organization.

“The DA’s office has chosen to wage a war on the pro-life movement,” said attorney Jared Woodfill. “We believe there is clear evidence of Planned Parenthood actually colluding with and pushing the district attorney’s office to move forward with these indictments.”

Daleiden still faces bogus charges alleging he used a false ID to gain access to a Planned Parenthood clinic for a meeting with staff.

Daleiden posted bail in response to what his attorneys and pro-life groups explain are bogus charges related to his undercover investigation and exposure of the Planned Parenthood abortion business selling the body parts of aborted babies. Dozens of pro-life advocates turned out to support him. He turned down a plea deal and Daleiden’s attorneys and supporters countered that Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson is biased because of her association with an attorney for an abortion practitioner.

Last month, LifeNews chronicled the explosive new evidence showing the Houston district attorney behind the bogus charges against pro-life advocate David Daleiden colluded with attorneys for Planned Parenthood.""

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“Planned Parenthood is the leading killer of unarmed African Americans,” Reverend Clenard Childress said. “There’s no doubt about it.”

That statement is just part of the message that Childress and a dozen or so with him hoped to impress on attendees of the NAACP Convention in Cincinnati this week. In 2004, the NAACP Board adopted a position as pro-baby killer, something Childress thinks was a mistake.

Childress is assistant to the national director of the Life Education Resource Network, which he called the largest African American pro-life organization in the U.S. The network also operates the website blackgenocide.org, which aims to raise awareness of the disproportionate number of black children killed in abortion.

He and his group held large signs, some containing graphic images of aborted children, outside the Duke Energy Center in downtown Cincinnati during the convention. One sign showed the stages of fetal development and asked, “When do we become persons?”

“We follow the NAACP wherever they go with their conventions and bring as many people as we can until they take up the issue of abortion, and how it is decimating the African American community and how it is causing horrific health ramifications with women,” Childress said. “They are in a gross state of negligence as an African American organization for not having a forum or seminars on abortion.”

Childress called their effort part of the “All Black Lives Matter” project. He said that 1,786 African American babies are aborted each day in the U.S. Putting that in context with recent discussions over police violence — of note 1,136 Americans were killed by police in 2016 — Childress said the abortion situation needs addressed.

“It is the most performed operation on a woman. It is disproportionately African American,” he said. “This is the decimation of a culture and a people that is being aided and abetted by the NAACP. How much of an oxymoron is that? We need to wake up.

“I’m not trivializing Black Lives Matter when it comes to scrutiny of police, he added. “We need to talk about that. We do have issues, but you can’t ignore this.”

Reverend Walter S. Moss, a pastor from Canton, Ohio, was giving out copies of a booklet he wrote called “Why I am a Black Pro-Life Pastor” to those passing by outside the convention center. In the book, he wrote that abortion is one of the top issues facing African Americans as it regards to health.

“I was at a Pro-Life meeting and I realized in my heart, ‘I have got to do more,'” he wrote. “The stats grabbed me. It is not AIDS, not homicide, not cancer, not heart disease, not other related illnesses that lead the causes of deaths in the Black community. By far, the leading cause of death is abortion.”

A representative from the NAACP did not respond to requests for comment by time of publication."


Protecting Black Lives reports that “[a]bortion has exterminated 30% of the Black community.”


And at the helm of this racist extermination is Planned Parenthood – an organization that receives over $1.4 million in tax dollars every, single day.


The Real racism on the black community...


According to the BlackDignity.org website, "A black baby is three times more likely to be salughtered in his or her mother's womb [than] a white baby." (The BlackGenocide.org website claims the figure is substantially higher; that website should be visited.) BlackDignity.org also reports that, "Twice as many African-Americans have died from abortion than have died from AIDS, accidents, violent crimes, cancer, and heart disease combined." And today, in New York City, 60% percent of black babies suffer the fate of abortion, never to see the light of day.

"2010 Census results reveal that Planned Parenthood is targeting minority neighborhoods. 79% of its surgical abortion facilities are located within walking distance of African American or Hispanic/Latino neighborhoods." (This hasn't really much changed since 2010)


(Note: Guttmacher Institute claims the claim on targeting minorty neighborhoods is false, and claims it is now an independent source from Planned genocide. Further investigation shows that is highly debatable... http://liveactionnews.org/how-indepe...ed-parenthood/ )

This is the greatest issue of our time. The worse genocide committed in the history of the huiman race, involving the most vulnerable and innocent individuals of our societies. http://www.numberofabortions.com/

If you can come to the place of acknowledging that baby-murder is wrong in your heart of hearts, repent, and seek forgiveness, then there is good news...

For those who have had an abortion, remember that the sin of abortion is no less forgivable than any other sin. Through faith in Christ, all sins can be forgiven (John 3:16; Romans 8:1; Colossians 1:14). A woman who has had an abortion, a man who has encouraged an abortion, or even the so-called "doctor" who has conducted one — can all be forgiven by repentance and faith in Jesus Christ.
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