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  1. I understand you are working with FFC In their project o#Take the Senate in 2014. Minnesota is one of the ‘Key states’. This E- mail ia to applaud you and encourage you

  2. Please ask my daughter to join you as a volunteer. She is a practicing Catholic who needs to do her part to save the nation we love for Lukas and Thomas. (

      • I LOVE YOU!!!!!!! That ferguson piece was DEAD TO RIGHTS ON!… Stop pointing the finger out war and turn it around. starts there. Excuse after excuse is all I hear. Those two race war starting scabs…Sharpton and Jackson….TWANA BRAWLEY… all I gotta say…. Where were the apologies from these two douchenozzles when she lied about the whole thing…I hate feeling racist but I’m so tired of being tired. Stop the excuses and get jobs go to school do something with your life.

  3. Hi Mary

    I just read your piece on the Ferguson shooting. One of the best I have yet read. Your insight and ability speak for themselves.

    As a Canadian Police Officer, I am all too familiar with the current politically correct trends and attitudes towards police and frankly, it wears me down. The vast majority of officers are, in my opinion, good people, trying to do a very difficult job.

    What occurred in Ferguson is indeed a tradgedy, but what has occurred since, is a travesty. The odd lone voice of sanity like yours is much appreciated.

    Stay the course.

    All the best

    • Nic,

      I’m so glad that you reached out. Thank you for your service– for standing the thin blue line against the evil that threatens us in this world. You are so, so right when you say that what happened in Ferguson was a tragedy, but what has continued to go on is a travesty. Very well put, my friend.

      Please keep in touch– and God bless!


  4. Please post your Mr. Granderson article here ? ? Please, oh please. My cousin has thrown the ignorant “The Blaze is” flag. And I need a different source. Thanks for typing and reflecting.

  5. Loved your article on the death penalty. I would add however, that the most important reason we Christians support the death penalty comes from Genesis 9:6. “Whoever sheds the blood of man,by man shall his blood be shed; for in the image of God has God made man.” Those opposed to the death penalty, do not appreciate the holiness of God or the value of God’s creation. Those who destroy the image of God’s creation have no right to do so, because they did not create that image. By denying God’s determined justice of an eye for an eye, they have lowered God,s holiness to mans and devalued the image of God,s creation. It,s like telling God, “we know better than you and are more merciful, humane and compassionate than you.” Denying the death penalty, denies God the honor of his creation. Even though the murderer can be forgiven, his life is still required.

  6. Hi Mary,
    I just read your article, “Dear Emilio Estefan: Stop Making Lawlessness Something To Take Pride In” on The Blaze. I am now your newest fan. That is probably the best article I have ever read on the problems we have here with “entitled” illegal immigrants. I look forward to reading more from you in the future.
    Best Regards to you and yours,

  7. Thank you for voicing how I feel. If we But look way back-all our ancestors crossed the same land bridge. If we keep our current “lawlessness” we will imitate, in many ways the movie “Children of Men”. Our light won’t just go out, it will be taken from us. We need to be on our knees and harken back to those roots and real laws not the Progressive PC Neuter & Greenie-Piece Natural Clinate Denying Pack of Femi-Nazi Non-Cobstitutional reading, Fuzzy Math Economic driving Club will win (there’s a laundry list I won’t ‘preach to the choir’….)

    I like you. Keep up the good work and I’ll be praying for you!

  8. My dear Mary, Where have you been? I have given many speeches on these
    very subjects; ergo the issues are solved and should be regarded as “old news”. Warmest regards, B.H. Obama

  9. Wow, Mary! I just read your letter to Sean and it was brillent! I have been asking myself the same thing of SH for a while. I just don’t get it. Thank you for putting it together so well!
    God Bless,

  10. Mary, I just read one of you articles about 10 things I learned from Orlando. You are spot on and I have shared the article on Facebook. You have hit important points that I wish the closed minded establishment could wake up and understand. You are wise beyond your years and I have joined your blog and look forward to reading more of your insightful articles. You have restored my faith the younger generation and the future of America. God Bless and keep up the great work!

  11. Thanks for the article on Wikileaks affecting me personally. Your points were so true and often hard to express to others. You did a great job. Keep reaching out to younger voters, Mary.

    • There’s a legitimate debate about whether or not flag burning should be a constitutionally protected form of free speech. I frankly don’t know how I feel. I don’t necessarily support Trump’s statement. But in either case, it’s not about feeling offended; it’s about whether or not the idea that the flag represents belongs to everyone or to each individual person; which would then determine if there’s a right to burn it. Again, I don’t know where I fall.

  12. I’m not sure if you will read all of these but I feel compelled to respond to many of the grossly inaccurate comments you made about me. I don’t judge you for not marching. I don’t judge your feelings. Why are you judging me? Why are you speaking for me who you do not understand? Do you know how many million women marched? You really believe that all of us had only one message to send? That we were crying because we felt inferior to men? Much of what you said about women making choices to be paid less is your perspective only. It’s not founded in fact. I’m a white, Christian woman who makes more money than my husband. He has a college education and I do not. He is a sensitive, loving man who works hard providing a great service to the hearing impaired. He treats me as his equal. Many of us are blessed this way, but many are not. Particularly, those who have been marginalized. The freedoms that you, your daughter and I have today are exactly for the reason you expressed. The men and women who fought for our rights. But what you neglect to understand is that those same rights are not afforded to everyone. You also assume those rights are lasting and indefinite. I wasn’t angry when I marched. I was heart broken. Your comments deeply sadden me, as well. It’s so easy to make sweeping statement about nothing you know. To label women as “angry” or “wearing funny hats” and “screaming.” You may be a mother, but I think you still have quite a bit of growing up to do. I don’t say that out of hate or malice. I say it because you are only able to see the world through your own eyes. I’m 51 years old. As a young woman, I felt self righteous too. If I, someone who didn’t have the same opportunities as my friends from wealthier families was able to succeed, shouldn’t everyone else? I failed to understand that I had been given FAR MORE opportunities than many, many more in this country even thought I grew up in a lower middle class family. I don’t know your situation. But I know I probably didn’t march for you. Maybe, I marched for your daughter, I don’t know. That’s ok. I marched for my brothers’ and sisters’ sons and daughters. I marched for the African-Americans who still do not have the same opportunities that we have and are profiled and forced to live in poverty. For the women who have been sexualized, sexually abused and made to feel inferior by some. For the gay people in this country who are told they are an abomination to God. For the Muslims in this country who are being demonized because of their Religion. I marched for equality for ALL of us regardless of faith, gender, race or sexual orientation. I marched from a place of love and hope for a better future for all. I hope one day you can understand that, but if you don’t, that’s ok. I’m still proud of what I believe in and will do everything I can to protect it. Your daughter won’t judge you negatively for not participating. I never judged my Mom for not marching in protests. She was a proud, stay-at-home Mom and my biggest fan. I loved, respected and adored her to her dying day. I miss her every day. Much of the “feminist” in me came from her, though unintentionally. At age 36, she fought for equality in her marriage and won. She didn’t attend a march. She wasn’t an “angry feminist” who burnt her bra. She certainly didn’t think women could do the same things men could do. But she still taught me I could do and be whatever I wanted to be. She instilled in all of her daughters that we find self-worth internally and not from a man. I’m sure you are a loving mother. With time, I hope you will be a more understanding and tolerant person.

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