zappar. You are trying desperately to trick someone into agreeing with whatever point your are tyring to make so that you can then show how wise you are at their expense. Why don’t you just come out and directly make your point?
I just seek honesty.
I use the approach I do because I feel I often do not get honest responses or folks simply do not initially give honest assessments of such matters.
Take Bearway64 above
He seems to be trying to make it appear as if he supports this woman / the right of utter free religious expression HOWEVER... Present him with other (possible) details of such a type of situation and we get a different response / position.
Frankly... Because I am often attacked for my positions - and even though those attacks are usually much more personal in nature rather than a challenge to the positions I hold... I prefer to TRY and first get folks here to give their (honest) position on such matters. That way I believe we can then have a more honest debate about such.
I am happy to give my position but... Like I said, I'd rather do so AFTER understanding the honest positions of those posting here (that I would probably challenge).
Here's my honest opinion. Keep your voice down.
Yea that works
 February 26, 2015 at 2:22pm
I have no idea what that means.
 February 26, 2015 at 1:56pm
We should regulate the volume of religious expression. And a few other things.
 February 26, 2015 at 1:45pm
It will get worse. One day we’ll have a mosque in every neighborhood with some mooslim blasting their obnoxious call to prayer over a loudspeaker 5 times a frickin day.
I pray that God would destroy everything he created, and He is the Creator, before that will happen. He will come again.
Are you saying we should regulate / limit the freedom of religious expression?
Blame who supports immigration.
She's not being discriminated against because of her prayers, but the volume of her prayers. If a city has a sound ordinance, they can't subjectively enforce it. It has to be for everyone, no matter if the car stereo is blasting gangster rap or Christian bluegrass. Similarly, you would be upset if someone were outside your house yelling the most recent sports report in a super loud voice.
Love your neighbor, tone it down.
Oh right because every mosque in the US is doing that now. does making things up come natural or are you practicing to become a conservative radio host.
"One day we’ll have a mosque in every neighborhood with some mooslim blasting their obnoxious call to prayer over a loudspeaker 5 times a frickin day."
Only for as long as it takes for a few cranky old mid-east Veterans to take out their speakers.
 February 26, 2015 at 12:16pm
And with welfare the government puts a gun to my head and takes from me, then flushes the money through the bloated, inefficient, fraud ridden government bureaucracy, then doles it out to people they call “clients”. And for every one who truly needs and maybe deserves some help there are twenty more with their hand out gaming the system.
Kenny. One cup at a time is best for grinding your beans and just before you introduce the water. But roasted beans go stale almost as fast as potatoe chips. It would be very subtle so you may not notice but if you have a cup made with old beans and then immediately a cup made with freshly roasted beans you will see a big difference. I have been buying green beans and roasting them myself in small batches. Very easy to do and very economical.
 February 22, 2015 at 1:31pm
If you want a great cup of coffee at home try roasting your own beans. It is very easy and you’re guaranteed to have freshly roasted beans. I started out with a hot air popcorn popper and now have an actual home roaster. Grind the beans just before you introduce the water. Heat the water to 199 to 206 degrees. You will really see the difference. Go to Roastmastersdotcom for more info.
I would at least recommend not buying ground coffee. Roasted beans go stale almost as fast as potato chips. Once ground, the go within a couple of minutes. If you grind what you need just before you add the hot water you’ll get a much better cup of coffee.
Good call K9, I agree with you. Paul can rally opposition to liberals and explain fundamental concepts well in a speech but has less strength on proposing solutions and practical application of policy. He needs to hang in there and push some legislation that helps repair our damaged country.
I think he has a few more years before he's ready for the presidency. He's beginning to take the necessary steps to be a credible candidate, but I think he shouldn't run until at least 2020 (maybe even 2024). I could see him as a Vice President though.
Did you read my essay that I posted last might?
'From A Republic To A Plantation'
I'm afraid I missed it. Under which article was it? I'd love to read it.
 February 18, 2015 at 10:08pm
Here’s what I can’t figure out. When I was a kid after a snow we could go around the neighborhood and make a ton of money shoveling out peoples drives ways. There was even competition between pairs of boys. Yesterday over a foot in my large driveway and long sidewalk, I would gladly have paid. 20 30 bucks? Oh, and school was out. Where are the enterprising young people?
Too few have a work ethic today and/or parents like this mom!
They can’t afford the business licenses required to offer their services. Kids can't run lemonade stands nowadays without a gov't piece of paper giving them the okay. I don't even want to imagine the legal nonsense necessary for a kid to offer to shovel your driveway.
You city probably has a law banning kids from charging for snow removal with out a half dozen city permits that cost $100 a piece.
Unfortunately, the kids are on their electronic devices these days.
Where are they? Playing XBox and PS4. These are the new b00b tubes.
Reminds me of this one...
Just after a heavy snow a father told his teen age son he had read that shoveling snow was a leading cause of heart attack. The son said he would be glad to shovel the driveway. And the father had a heart attack.
 February 15, 2015 at 2:09pm
And I’m as far right as they come and I agree with you. The movie showed what our troops go through and why so many come home emotional wrecks. War is hell.
No. Musky is the smell that comes from her……oh, never mind.
 February 7, 2015 at 11:46am
I have a family friend who this happened to. Did not know she was pregnant until she delivered. Yes, she was a bit overweight but not obese. And a married couple who were previously unable to conceive. They had adopted two little girls. So things aren’t always they way you imagine them.
 February 6, 2015 at 10:31pm
Now that was funny.
 February 6, 2015 at 10:22pm
When I read the headline I was expecting the story to be the opposite of what it was.
That's the purpose of a lot of The Blaze's headlines. The sound much like the National Enquirer.
I was expecting to hear they slid his limp half-life body off of a gurney into a shallow hole so as to abide by the death panel agreements. I'm surprised. Just give it a little more time; the elites won't like this story one bit...
Wow Blaze, something kind and amazing happened. Thanks for the PLOT TWIST.
Honest headlines like the rest of the government news.