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  • Happy Thanksgiving from TheBlaze! Editors share what we’re thankful for this year
    Posted November 26, 2015 at 11:00 am by Liz Klimas

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    It’s the most popular question of the day: What are you thankful for?

    While this is an obvious topic of conversation for Thanksgiving Day, asking Blaze editors what they’re thankful for (my self-imposed task for the holiday this year) elicited a bunch of groans and grumbles of it being “cheesy,” but most of my colleagues with some prodding complied with my request.

    What I noticed in this process of demanding a sentence or two on their topic of thanks is that many of them accompanied their short blurbs to me with caveats like “this is corny but …” or “I’m bad at this, but … .” What I found in reading these posts is that they were neither corny, cheesy, bad, cliche or anything else. I’m not sure givings of thanks can ever truly be dubbed as such in the first place.

    My colleagues produced a lovely showcase of personality in their thankfulness, which ranges from serious to light-hearted.

    And since I solicited them all for response to the most obligatory of Thanksgiving questions, I’ll put forth my own answer first.

    (Note: Read through to the end of this post to find and listen to a special Thanksgiving podcast from the Church Boys.)

    Liz Klimas, Science, Health and Tech Editor

    This year in particular I am thankful to have survived my first year of parenthood relatively unscathed.

    Last year, in the wee hours of the morning on Thanksgiving Day I went into labor, right on time as my due date was set for November 27. One fantastic epidural and nine hours later, my husband and I welcomed our son into the world.

    He has been the biggest joy of my life, while also, I’ll admit at times, the biggest pain in in my rear. Somehow that smile seems to make all the hard times more than worth it.

    And I would be remiss to not include my thankfulness for my husband who has more than risen to the occasion that fatherhood has called for.

    Scott Baker, Editor-in-Chief

    I’m thankful for 20 million plus loyal readers every month. For a terrific crew of skeptical and curious writers. And for a great media company that gives our news team the freedom and resources to tell great stories everyday. I’m also thankful for CrossFit. But the news team prefers that I don’t talk about it.

    Jason Howerton, Deputy Managing Editor

    Even as I lay here sick and feverish on this Thanksgiving, I am thankful that I live in the greatest country in the world. I know my problems are minuscule compared to the horrors many around the world face.
    Today, I am a thankful American.

    Billy Hallowell, Faith Editor

    I’m thankful for this important reminder, which I sometimes get while in the middle of my frustrations: I’m truly blessed. It’s easy to complain about what we face in life — and it’s much harder to recognize all the good. But having those wake-up calls that God wants us to be thankful for what we do have, even in the midst of struggle, is truly what I’m most appreciative of.

    There’s only one way to describe how I feel about a healthy new baby, a safe home and a wonderful family this year: Grateful.

    Fred Lucas, White House Correspondent

    Any political junkie has to be thankful for the entertainment value of the current presidential race. There are always colorful candidates, but this year one candidate is dealing with an FBI probe, another is a politically incorrect billionaire — and they’re both frontrunners! Somewhat more serious: for all that can be said of silly politicians, it’s worth being thankful for a free press so we can write about their silliness without fear. Above all, I’m thankful to God for my wonderful family and for having far more blessings than I could ever deserve.

    Dave Urbanski, Assistant Editor

    I am forever thankful for my two handsome sons. My boys are the shining stars of my life and will always give more to me than I can possibly give to them. I’m a lucky dad.

    Jon Street, Assistant Editor

    Another year, another turkey. But as I reflect on the past 12 months, I can’t help but recognize just how blessed I am. God has given me a loving and supportive family, the best friends I could ask for, a warm roof over my head and plenty of delicious food to satisfy my appetite. So here’s to the holidays. May the Lord keep you and yours throughout and into a new year. God bless.

    Kaitlyn Schallhorn, Assistant Weekend Editor

    I’m thankful for the newness this past year brought — a new home, a new job with TheBlaze and a new piece of jewelry thanks to my new fiancé.

    Sarah Rivette, Commentary Editor

    I’m thankful that I get to spend this holiday weekend with my family in our new home that we were blessed to be able to build. We’re blessed to be welcoming a new family member next spring and even though I know my 1-year-old daughter will not remember this Thanksgiving or Christmas, I always will. I’m also extremely thankful for all the service men and women who are deployed and stationed across the globe who will not be able to spend time with their families. I think of them often, but know how hard a holiday away can be and want them to know they will always have a place at my table.

    Leigh Munsil, Political Editor

    I’m thankful for my family, which will be packing my house to the gills this Thanksgiving!
    On a related note, I’m thankful for friends who let me borrow air mattresses, tables and chairs to accommodate them all, along with a football so that we can play the annual Turkey Bowl and earn our homemade Dutch apple pie.

    Mike Opelka, Host of ‘Pure Opelka’ and Video Editor

    Thankful for (many of the obvious ones), family, good friends, health and an avocation that became a vocation three decades ago. I’m fortunate enough to work alongside some of the most interesting and talented people I have ever met.

    Chris Field, Senior Editor

    I’m always bad with the “write down what you’re thankful for” requests — whether from obnoxious colleagues (read: Liz Klimas) or nosey family members (read: Mom). So here’s my lame attempt at a list of just a few things that are on my thankfulness list.

    *First and foremost, I’m thankful for my Lord and savior Jesus Christ. He changed everything for and in me.

    *My beautiful and loving wife, Jayci, who keeps me grounded and well-fed.

    *Two of my three kids (not revealing which).

    *My extended family that has for 40 years now taught the the value of faith, relationship, love, generosity and service. The heritage we have defies description.

    *My fellow Blazers. They are some of the most patient, enduring, classy and thoughtful team of people I’ve ever known.

    *Though he could (and should) be assumed to be included as one of “my fellow Blazers,” I should give a public shoutout to Billy Hallowell — a Godly man who has become a dear friend (and awesome on-air foil).

    *I have a church family that has truly redefined “service” for our community — and they’ve been an inspiration to me and hundreds of my friends and neighbors. And we’re led by a pastor who truly has a vision and heart for others.

    I could go on and on and on and on — but you’d be bored reading it and, frankly, I’d be bored writing it.

    Hope all you Blaze readers have a Thanksgiving covered in piles of awesomeness.

    Tré Goins-Phillips, Assistant Editor

    This holiday season, I am most thankful for the friends and family who surround me. Regardless of what happens around the world — and the many opinions attached to those happenings — I know I have a family that prioritizes loving one another above all else. I am thankful for a country that espouses freedom and strives toward greater liberty every day. Most importantly, I am thankful for a loving God whose ways are higher than mine and whose gospel of peace brings me comfort.

    Chris Enloe, Staff Writer

    As a fresh-face at TheBlaze, I am thankful for the opportunity to be working for one of the best news organizations in journalism. But more importantly, I am thankful for the blood of Jesus Christ, that through his sacrifice, I am forgiven. It is through Him that I have all of the blessing that I do, so I give my thanks to Him. I am also incredibly thankful for all of the men and women who sacrifice every day to help protect our nation, and protect the very principles that our country was founded on — those that are the very fabric of our existence. God Bless America.

    Michael Mason, Video Editor and Self-Professed “Odd Duck”

    I’m thankful that snakes don’t fly. I’m thankful that George Lucas is no longer involved with Star Wars. I’m thankful for toilet paper.

    And here’s the Church Boy’s podcast featuring TheBlaze’s Billy Hallowell and Chris Field surprise calling Blaze staffers to talk about what they’re most thankful for.

    Front page image via Shutterstock.

  • ‘Oh, my God! They’re turkeys!’: Time for your annual ‘Turkey Drop’ viewing
    Posted November 25, 2015 at 8:33 am by Chris Field

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    I think it has officially become a tradition now.

    As you prepare the food for the big day’s festivities and regale the youngsters with tales from Thanksgivings past while you wait for family to arrive, what could you watch to fill the time?

    Sure there’s Thanksgiving specials and the Macy’s Parade and football available.

    But you’ll be shortchanging yourself and skipping an important — nay, vital — cultural lesson for the kiddos if you don’t take 25 minutes, sit back, hit “play” and share the brilliance of the “Turkey Drop” episode of “WKRP in Cincinnati.”

    If you call yourself an American, you’ll make the time.

    As always — you’re welcome.

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  • Thanksgiving fails we pray don’t happen to you
    Posted November 24, 2015 at 10:18 am by Michael Mason

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    Thanksgiving should be all good times and joy in the kitchen, but the fear of cooking catastrophes (and worse, having those fears become reality) can make the day a disaster.

    Here’s our pick for the best Thanksgiving fails on the web!

    Have you ever had something like this happen? Comment below.

    Happy Thanksgiving from TheBlaze.

  • College students find new method for dealing with stress
    Posted November 23, 2015 at 11:48 am by Michael Mason

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    At any given point in time, most college students are stressed about something — it’s just part of going to school. While having stress in your life is normal and often unavoidable, being stressed is something you can control.

    Art students at Virginia Commonwealth University have are using a new visual to evoke the “best medicine” for stress.


    “If we couldn’t laugh we would all go insane.”
    Robert Frost

  • Five easy ways to winterize your car or truck
    Posted November 23, 2015 at 11:18 am by Michael Mason

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    Winter can do a number on your car.

    Slush, salt and cold temperatures take a toll on everything from the tires to the wiper blades. We talked to a professional mechanic and got you some tips on winterizing your car or truck.

    *The music used in video is used with permission from Against Grace. Find them at

  • Three days and 30 miles — Some Kenyans experience epic traffic jam
    Posted November 20, 2015 at 9:45 am by Liz Klimas

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    Whether you are just getting in from your morning commute or are about to head out, dreading a rush hour home, don’t even start complaining about how bad your traffic might be.


    Because Kenya recently experienced an at least three-day traffic jam.

    According to All Africa, the situation started Tuesday when unfinished roadwork coupled with a downpour made a muddy mess on a main highway from Mombasa to Nairobi.

    “I have not eaten since yesterday morning, not showered and not even changed clothes,” Nathaniel Chweya, a truck driver told Reuters (via BBC).

    Kenya’s Daily Nation reported that shop owners near the highway said they sold out of “all foodstuffs and soft drinks.”

    “The sad part is that we cannot get [more supplies] as the road is totally clogged up for the last 19 hours,” shop owner Michael Mwangadu told the news outlet.

    Watch NTV’s video of the scene:

    By Thursday, the local transport authority sent police officers to help tend to the 30-mile long jam.

    “We sent many officers last night to deal with the issue. Trucks will be guided, buses and private cars will be diverted onto the standard gauge railway road to ease the problem,” a county commissioner, Evans Achoki, told All Africa.

  • CEO Matt Keezer: FlightHub’s Most Popular US Destinations
    Posted November 16, 2015 at 12:00 am by Sponsored Post

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    The numbers are in for FlightHub’s top US destinations for the 2015/2016 holiday season! In all, 12 US destinations appeared in the top 50 according to FlightHub CEO Matt Keezer, saying “US destinations always do well during the holidays due to US consumers travel habits,” adding “whether for business, pleasure, or family reasons, US consumers tend to be very active at this time of year.”

    Before we get to the numbers for the holidays, it’s important to recognize how important the tourism industry is to the US economy. According to the US Travel Association, the tourism industry contributed $2.1 trillion to the US economy in 2014, supporting 15 million jobs either in the travel industry or directly tied to it. This accounted for 2.7 per cent of the US’ gross domestic product, generating $141.5 billion in tax revenues for the country. Needless to say, tourism is a massively important industry in the United States.

    Now, onto the numbers. The top travel destination in the US this year was Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Fort Lauderdale is a critical artery in Florida’s tourism industry, as many travelers use this airport to get to huge attractions like Disney World in Orlando, and the beaches of Miami. This destination accounted for 2.75 per cent of all of FlightHub’s holiday bookings. The next four destinations are no-brainers, with Los Angeles, New York, Orlando, and Phoenix rounding out the top five. In all, these destinations accounted for nearly 9 per cent of all holiday bookings.

    Matt Keezer believes there are a number of reasons why these cities routinely perform near the top, saying “Los Angeles and New York represent a lot of family travel as students, children, and parents reconnect over the holidays,” adding “both Orlando and Phoenix better represent the snowbird movement, with older travelers relocating for the Winter months.”

    Rounding out the remaining seven destinations in the top 50 were Miami, San Francisco, Honolulu, Tampa, Las Vegas, Kahului, and Fort Myers.

  • Ancient Kabbalistic Manuscripts Reveal Their Secrets And The Inner Meaning of ‘Abracadabra’
    Posted November 16, 2015 at 12:00 am by Sponsored Post

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    These ancient sources, going back to the beginning of time, reveal the hidden rules and advice embedded and encoded within thousands of books written by patriarchs and scholars starting from the writings of Adam and Abraham.

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    The angel added just one condition,

    “when we claim back this gift, you will quietly accept living your life, keeping just those wonderful memories.”

    You would have accepted without hesitation.

    Keep asking yourself, ‘Why am I alive?’ and then try to make your life more meaningful and worthwhile.

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  • Star Wars Fans, Disney Just Dropped a New 60-Second TV Spot Loaded With New Footage
    Posted November 13, 2015 at 2:38 am by Oliver Darcy

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    New footage alert!

    Despite director J.J. Abrams insisting Disney had finished releasing new footage for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” the studio dropped a TV spot late Thursday — and it has new footage.

    The trailer comes one week after an international trailer was released to the excitement of fans across the world.

    The highly-anticipated Episode Seven is due in theaters Dec. 18, with some showings available the night before.

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  • Video: Does ‘SNL’ Make Fun of Democrats?
    Posted November 11, 2015 at 11:28 am by Michael Mason

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    They’ve portrayed Sarah Palin as a dimwitted Alaskan and George W. Bush as a incompetent leader. “Saturday Night Live” is known for taking aim at Republicans and has even been accused of being “mean and not funny” by big-time Republicans.

    “SNL” creator and producer Lorne Michaels claims that the show primarily pokes fun at Republicans because they have a better sense of humor.

    “Republicans are easier for us than Democrats,” Michaels said in an interview with “Democrats tend to take it personally; Republicans think it’s funny.”

    Though Michaels has been known to donate to several Democratic campaigns, he identifies as an independent and contends that the show tries to stay away from promoting one party over the other.

    “Our job — and it sounds too grand to say and none of us ever say it — is speaking truth to power,” Michaels said.

  • You Guys, Starbucks Doesn’t Hate Christmas — and Here’s Proof
    Posted November 10, 2015 at 3:10 am by Oliver Darcy

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    Starbucks doesn’t hate Christmas. Let’s just get that straight.

    Sometime in the past few days, a giant myth was born on the Internet: the world’s most popular coffee shop wants to erase Christianity’s most sacred holiday from the calendar.

    The evidence? The annual red cups rolled out by Starbucks are minimalist and don’t make any references to Christmas.

    Image source: Starbucks

    Image source: Starbucks

    Many interpreted the new design to be a sign of the “War on Christmas.” One conservative website, for example, decried the move as “emblematic of the Christian culture cleaning of the west.” Donald Trump floated the idea of a boycott and promised under his presidency every shop would wish customers a “Merry Christmas.” Actor Rob Lowe slammed Starbucks saying he was “officially over” the chain.

    Unfortunately, it seems, none of them did their homework. Their argument hinges on one key premise: that Starbucks in previous years designed their cups to specifically mark the holiday.

    But that’s just not true. Last year’s red cup design didn’t feature anything to mark Christmas. Neither did the previous year’s. Or the one before that. Or the one before that — and so on. Click here to see for yourself.

    The idea that Starbucks in 2015 removed “Merry Christmas” from the cups is pure fiction. It was never there to remove.

    Image source: Starbucks

    Image source: Starbucks

    And that’s because the red cups aren’t about Christmas in particular. They are rolled out in early November to mark the winter season and each and every holiday it brings: Thanksgiving, Christmas and the New Year.

    Unfortunately, the way some have talked about it this year, one would think they previously featured a full-blown Nativity scene or Jesus on the cross. That never happened.

    What has happened every year since 1984 is the release of a very popular “Christmas Blend.” Yes, you read that right. A Christmas Blend.

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    Image source: Starbucks

    That’s how Starbucks marks the holiday.

    In fact, it’s so popular, the Christmas Blend is usually one of the three featured coffees in each Starbucks store leading up to Christmas.

    Think about it. If Starbucks hated Christmas, would they name one of their most treasured blends after the holiday? Then feature it in all their stores? Or put it as the featured item on their website?

    Probably not. And they wouldn’t sell advert calendars letting people countdown to Christmas. Or “Merry Christmas” gift cards.

    The fact is Starbucks doesn’t hate Christmas. One might even contend the chain embraces the holiday more than its rivals or even most major corporations.

    There is no need to boycott. No need to shout or tweet angry things. Starbucks isn’t the Devil’s playground, even if its been made out to be.

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  • Live Coverage: Republican Primary Debate
    Posted November 10, 2015 at 12:05 am by Jason Howerton

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    The 2016 Republican field will square off once again in two live debates, sponsored by Fox Business and the Wall Street Journal.

    The one-hour undercard debate will kick-off in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at 7:00 p.m. ET, and will include New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and former Sen. Rick Santorum. The first debate will be moderated by FBN anchors Sandra Smith and Trish Regan and WSJ Washington Bureau Chief Gerald Seib.

    The two-hour primetime debate will follow at 9:00 p.m. ET, featuring Donald Trump, Dr. Ben Carson, Sen. Marco Rubio, Sen. Ted Cruz, Carly Fiorina, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Sen. Rand Paul. The second debate will be moderated by FBN’s Neil Cavuto and Maria Bartiromo and WSJ’s Editor-in-Chief Gerard Baker.

    Follow the action moment-by-moment with TheBlaze’s live blog, then tune in for post-debate analysis on TheBlaze Radio.

    TheBlaze GOP Debate Live Blog

  • Star Wars Fans, There Is a New International Trailer Out That Is Sure to Give You the Chills
    Posted November 6, 2015 at 6:01 pm by Oliver Darcy

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    Star Wars fans, you are in for a treat.

    On Friday, Disney released a new trailer for “The Force Awakens” — and it’s packed with tons of never-before-seen footage.

    The trailer follows another which was released mid-October. The highly-anticipated Episode Seven is due in theaters Dec. 18, with some showings available the night before.

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  • Video: Is Putting U.S. Special Forces in Syria a Violation of Obama’s Promise of ‘No Boots on the Ground’?
    Posted November 5, 2015 at 9:29 am by Michael Mason

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    President Barack Obama said Monday that the planned deployment of dozens of U.S. special forces to Syria to advise opposition forces fighting Islamic State did not break his promise not to put “boots on the ground” in the Syrian conflict.

    You be the judge!

  • How big was the line for Donald Trump’s book-signing event in New York?
    Posted November 4, 2015 at 9:09 am by Mike Opelka

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    GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s new book, “Crippled America: How to Make America Great Again,” was released Tuesday and the author held a book-signing event inside Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue.

    Fans and autograph-seekers lined the streets of the city. How big was the line? The video says it all.

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  • Donald Trump Wants Other Candidates to Drop Out So He Has ‘More Time’ To Talk About the Issues
    Posted November 3, 2015 at 7:09 pm by Tré Goins-Phillips

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    Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump said Tuesday at a press conference for his new book “Crippled America” that “there are too many people” in the GOP presidential field and that want “more time to talk about the problems of the United States.”

    “If a person’s been campaigning for four or five months and their at zero, or one, or two percent, they should get out,” Trump said at the New York presser.

    Trump said candidates staying in the race with low polling numbers is “bad for their brand” and praised Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker for leaving the race “quickly.”

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  • What happens when parents tell their kids they ate all their Halloween candy? See for yourself
    Posted November 3, 2015 at 2:47 am by Oliver Darcy

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    It’s become an annual tradition.

    On Monday, late-night comedian Jimmy Kimmel published the fifth annual “I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy” compilation video.

    Each year, Kimmel asks parents to pull a prank on their kids and tell them they ate all the trick-or-treat candy they collected. Participants then submit their videos and the best are selected to air on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”

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  • Trump quiets debate with a pistol, Lindsey Graham sounds drunk: Late-Night TV hosts skewer CNBC debate
    Posted October 30, 2015 at 10:01 am by Mike Opelka

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    The two “Jimmies” of late night television — ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel and NBC’s Jimmy Fallon — focused a portion of their Thursday night monologues on the CNBC-hosted GOP debate.

    Kimmel used some creative editing to compare the debate to an episode of “The View,” showing all of the candidates and moderators talking over each other until a pistol-packing Donald Trump fired a few rounds into the air to silence the crowd.

    “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” also focused on Wednesday night’s GOP debate. Fallon took aim at Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.).

    The inspiration or source of Jimmy Fallon’s idea to slow down Sen. Graham’s voice to make him sound drunk, was discussed on TheBlaze Radio.

    H/T – The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel Live.


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  • Debate hangover? ‘Bad Lip Reading’ from the first Dem debate might be just what you need
    Posted October 29, 2015 at 9:12 am by Mike Opelka

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    As the Republicans were preparing to take the stage for Wednesday night’s debate, a video mocking the first Democratic presidential debate hit the Internet.

    “Bad Lip Reading Presents: First Democratic Debate Highlights” has Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders praising former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s “pinto beans” and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley struggled to explain how “babies come out of the mommies.”

    Watch the lampooning here:


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  • iPhone’s ‘Siri’ knows what you should be for Halloween — All you have to do is ask
    Posted October 28, 2015 at 3:14 pm by Mike Opelka

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    With Halloween just a few days away, some people need help deciding what to wear. If you have in iPhone, the answer may be at your fingertips.

    We asked Siri a simple question.

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    Image source: iPhone

    The initial answer was pretty much what we expected. It was clever with a slight sprinkling of snarkiness so often seen when the Apple phone’s “intelligent agent” is asked a less-than-serious question.

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    Image source: iPhone

    We suspected Siri had more than one costume suggestion. So, we asked again.

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    Image source: iPhone

    And again.

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    Image source: iPhone

    And again.

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    Image source: iPhone

    After receiving about a dozen different costume suggestions (and a few veiled insults) from Siri, we found our favorite.

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    Image source: iPhone

    If you have an iPhone, please try this experiment and share your responses from Siri in the comments section below.

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  • Marco Rubio Eyes Cruz, Carson and Bush in debate prep video — but it’s not what you think
    Posted October 28, 2015 at 2:13 pm by Tré Goins-Phillips

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    In an online ad released hours before tonight’s CNBC Republican presidential debate, the camera opens on GOP presidential hopeful Sen. Macro Rubio on the phone talking about Cruz, Carson and Bush.

    “Hey, what’s the latest on Cruz?” Rubio asked into the phone. “I know, but is he in or is he out? Because I keep seeing reports here about both.”

    It isn’t until the end of the ad that it becomes clear Rubio isn’t talking about his GOP rivals at all.

    Watch the clever ad here:

    Last night ahead of today's debate, I got an update on Cruz, Bush & Carson. #CNBCGOPDebate

    Posted by Marco Rubio on Wednesday, October 28, 2015

  • Hillary Clinton’s birthday puts her on path to beat…William Henry Harrison
    Posted October 26, 2015 at 4:14 pm by Fred Lucas

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    Hillary Clinton’s is celebrating her 68th birthday Monday, meaning that, if elected, she will be the second-oldest president to take office — just a few months younger than Ronald Reagan was in January 1981.

    The second-oldest president inaugurated thus far is William Henry Harrison, who took office at age 68.

    Clinton is also competing in a potentially seasoned field.

    The Republican frontrunner Donald Trump is already 69, and will turn 70 next June, his age upon a potential inauguration. Clinton’s chief Democratic rival, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, would be 75 when sworn in should he actually get elected. The oldest of the candidates on the Republican side is former New York Gov. George Pataki, at 70. Two other GOP candidates, Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas and Marco Rubio of Florida, are both 44.

    For the last week, Democratic supporters, elected office holders and others have been sending emails to supporters asking them to sign their name to a virtual birthday card and eventually to donate to the campaign.

    “You can help make this a special birthday for Hillary. I know how much she’d appreciate seeing your name on her card,” said a campaign email purportedly from former President Bill Clinton Monday morning.

    Other older presidents upon their inauguration were James Buchanan, 65; George H.W. Bush 64; Zachary Tyler, 64; Dwight Eisenhower, 62; Gerald Ford, John Adams and Andrew Jackson were all 61; and Harry Truman was 60.

  • Is Hillary Clinton healthy enough to be president?
    Posted October 26, 2015 at 8:31 am by Michael Mason

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    After last week’s House Benghazi committee hearing, Internet news mogul Matt Drudge observed that Hillary Clinton’s health was the “biggest revelation” to come of it, claiming she was “slow-speaking, obviously induced by meds.”

    Clinton notably suffered a fall and sustained a concussion in 2012, which resulted in the formation of a blood clot.

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    Here’s a look back at some of the discussion surrounding Clinton’s health over the last few years:

  • ‘Final Thoughts’ with Tomi Lahren: ‘Clock Boy’ Ahmed Mohamed
    Posted October 22, 2015 at 4:01 pm by TheBlaze Staff

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    Saturday, Tomi called TheBlaze Radio’s “Pure Opelka to talk about her new show.”

  • Hillary Clinton offered to send Rep. Jordan a copy of her book — the web reacted
    Posted October 22, 2015 at 2:18 pm by Mike Opelka

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    Just over three hours into the House Benghazi Select Committee hearing featuring former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton facing questions from Republicans and Democrats over the attack that killed four Americans at the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, in 2012, Clinton responded to a question from Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) by offering to send him a copy of her book, “Hard Choices.”

    Clinton’s offer sparked reaction on social media.


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