You’re right., and I get it. I get it, I get it, I get it. And you are right. I understand you wanting to protect citizens rights. I get it. I am there with you. And I know that we live in a country where you can even support radical Islam, but as long as you never acted on it, you would not be persecuted. That is how much freedom and rights we give our citizenry. But what do we do when other citizens rights are being persecuted because of the beliefs of another group? It may be a minority, but its definitely a substantial number. I am tired of my fellow Americans, my fellow Christians being mass murdered, and executed, a genocide in some countries. These are not just talking points as you think they are. Some people actually believe as I do, another substantial number. There is a war, and they asked for it. And if you are a Muslim who is not speaking out everyday about it, you are complacent and a enemy to me and should be dealt with like every other enemy of war.
 August 5, 2016 at 11:43am
And I feel like desperate times call for desperate measures. At 75 million Muslims being radical, how many more are just complacent? “Scary Times” as you said in your first post? Oh my lord…..scary times indeed….
 August 5, 2016 at 11:42am
I agree with you point (most of it). I know the constitution applies to every American citizen under the law and there should never be a litmus test for the protection it provides. The difference me and you, and many people besides us on the way we see things is what type of war are we fighting. There is no question we are fighting a war. Whether you want to wait for it to drag generations out and have the snowball of radical Islam too big to stop in our own country (kind of like liberalism today) is up to you. I believe, in order to keep me and my family safe, all Islam needs to be monitored, criticized and put under the magnifying glass. And believe me, I know what saying that means, so I don’t need the past histories brought up on what a precedent like that would mean. I UNDERSTAND WHAT THAT COULD MEAN, I’ll say it again just to be clear I know what a horrible precedent that could set. The problem is, when you talk so highly of the great religion of Islam, the moderates are not out in the streets dismissing what the radicals are doing. And you can say they are, or that there is some doing that, but in the overall case THEY ARE NOT. Now, I can’t help but think that if Christians were doing what radical Islam’s were doing across the globe, THERE WOULD BE VOICES TO HIGH HEAVEN SPEAKING OUT. So, there are 1.5 billion Muslims in the world, CONSERVATIVE estimates are at 5% radical. Which puts radical Muslims in the world somewhere at about 75 million.
 August 5, 2016 at 9:52am
While I agree with your statement whole-heartily, I think there is more to it than that. I liked the mans statement when he said “Islam is not just a religion. It’s a political system. It’s got a different set of rules.” I agree with him on this point. Islam is not just a religion, its an ideological political system masked as religion. It resembles more of the communist party that it does a religion, and in that case it should be fought as such, not looked upon as a violation of constitutional freedom. Its a very fine line. The first commenter on this story also made a good point, even the moderate Muslims don’t agree with free speech when it offends them. Bottom line, there are no moderate Muslims. Even the moderate ones believe in Sharia. Its a hard decision to make and I don’t hate anyone for feeling one way or another when there are terror attacks everyday.
Its almost like you have to ask yourself (if you’re a Christian) a question. Are you an American first or Christian first? Because whether you like or not, there is a religious war being sought. Whether you want to fight back is up to you. As a Christian I believe with all my heart Islam is the religion of Satan and it must be fought. THEY WANT TO KILL YOU. Are you going to die beheaded fighting for their rights, to a religion that hates you? I personally, will not. I am a Christian before anything, believe in the end times, can see the writing on the wall with this barbaric “religion”…
 July 31, 2016 at 7:44am
You nailed it!!!!
 June 1, 2016 at 9:21pm
I totally agree……maybe the poorest written article on the blaze ever, and that is saying something!!!!
 May 26, 2016 at 11:57am
It’s not. I live 40 mins outside Baltimore. We just elected another Republican Governor, and since O’Malley put in unconstitutional new gun laws, he has not yet repealed them. I wrote the Hogan campaign a looonngg not when they asked me for more money after the campaign, saying I will NOT be giving any more money until the 2nd amendment is restored. The most unconstitutional part of Marylands’ gun laws is the “MAY” issue for a concealed carry permit. You need to “PROVE” you need a firearm. I’ve said it before, I am willing to do more back round checks, more training classes, more fingerprinting, longer wait to obtain firearm…..but after I complete all those you must become a “SHALL” issue state. I should not have to prove my reasoning to wanting to carry, wanting to exercise my 2nd should be enough. I think that is a fair trade off.
We wouldn't have to if we had the guts past American generations had.Alas, no courage, no.freedoms.
May 20, 2016 at 10:17am
Of course you’re going to have to pay more for a product at first if you increase the tariffs on imports!!! But it will help in the long run. Companies will start to manufacture here here again if there is no Benifit in coast to manufacture overseas or Mexico. Isn’t that what GLENN, you’re Savior, has always said, that things need to inherently need to get worse before they can get better, to right the ship? But eventually worker wages will increase with cost of production and everything will even out. Any many electronics and other good will once again be made in the USA
 May 19, 2016 at 9:25pm
he was just referring to the fact that cankles will not call it radical Islamic terrorism, she will say just terrorism. She will refuse call spade a spade.
Batista started the fracas with his slide; but, it seems not too long ago, that kind of slide was not very unusual and players reserved fights for more egregious acts.
 May 12, 2016 at 12:35pm
Agreed. Did you hear the officer tell him “keep your hands away from your hip”? If he didn’t have the go pro, you can guarantee the law abiding citizen would of been thrown to the ground and he the officer would of said he was going for his gun…..these nazi officers HATE the new fad of video tapping officers….
 May 11, 2016 at 10:13am
Trump hiring the right people for the right positions…..who would of thunk it….
Cruz will be SC nomination….
Not a chance that will happen. If Rudy is right about the violation of the first amendment Cruz would never rubber stamp it. Cruz would stand in the way of government over reach and trump would not nominate Cruz for that reason,
It's already been established that Rudy's comment was incorrect. When it was pointed out that it doesn't violate the first amendment for people not citizens or living in our country. The first amendment doesn't apply to neanderthals in other parts of the world, so we don't need anyone to "rubber stamp" it. That sounds like something an establishment pol would look to do.
I hope he is on the SCOTUS. A life time for someone as young as Cruz to be defending our rights would definately brighten my year, and Trump did say he wanted to replace Scalia with someone just like Scalia (I have my fingers crossed in hope he keeps his promises on these few things).
You really think Trump would choose for the highest judicial position in our country the guy he's spent the last 8 months painting as a liar? Wow...
There's an article over on Fox that has Lewandowski saying that whoever trump chooses as VP will have to be intimately aquainted with the legislative process.
No kidding. But will trump listen to a sidekick that knows how the country is run, or will he be another Obama and just go around the process?
As for Cruz and the mythical SC nomination? Don't you have to be a judge? Cruz was a lawyer.
Cruz supporters don't need the bones thrown by trump or hillary supporters that are supposed to make us feel better. We won't vote for either of them or bernie.
firey, Just to give a answer, no a SCJ nominee doesn't have to have been a judge.
firey, There are no requirements to be nominated for
SC, you could be a UPS driver, a farmer, or as the
Dems prefer, a card carrying communist or best of
all an abortion Doctor. :)
The Dump said he doesn't need unity to win, he doesn't need YOUR vote to win. So there!
I don't know about you , but that makes me feel,,,clean!
 April 8, 2016 at 11:26am
You are correct. People are never going to listen to Christ’s teaching if the first thing you do is shun them. First show them love, then tell them of his mercy, and they can be saved. You can still call a sin a sin kaydeebeau. There are some many “more righteous than thou” people on here it makes me shake my head. Are they are reading what the Pontiff is saying. Hes not saying “live life however the hell you want” like so many of the comments above suggest he is saying. And I’m not a major Pope Francis fan by any stretch. I’m asking myself if people even rean the article. He not supporting divorce, but saying we shouldn’t paint everyone with a broad brush and deny people the sacrament just because they are sinners. So many people don’t understand Christ’s message, LOVE and COMPASSION will change the hearts of sinners, not stones….