I listened to part of his speech announcing his run for the presidency today. He sounded more like the MC of Ringling Bros. Not sure why he was using that Billy Mays/Sham Wow tone of voice.
When he was on Wilkow today, he said he would fix Detroit and other broke big cities by giving them a billion dollars each..for the little guy ya know.
Good to hear from the 'Michael Buffer for Pres." constituancy. Now, go brush your tooth.
April 4, 2015 at 5:51pm
Really? Is that how it works?
 April 3, 2015 at 10:33am
Dear lib. I never said she didn’t have the right to speak. I just asked why she spoke. As far as I know no gay couple was asking her to cater their wedding. so what was she up to?
[-1] April 2, 2015 at 11:35pm
I am perplexed and confused by all of this. For starters, if a man wants to put his manhood where another man evacuates his bowels what does that have to do with marriage. But then, who has a caterer do pizza at their wedding. And why did that little tart open her piehole in the first place. And where is all the money coming from and for what purpose is it being donated. Please explain me.
I can't speak for others, but if I donated, I'd hope they'd use the money to re-open and make a stand.
The money comes from the "silent majority" and the girl had every right to say what she said. Last time I checked, the U.S. Constitution is still valid.
Dear lib. I never said she didn't have the right to speak. I just asked why she spoke. As far as I know no gay couple was asking her to cater their wedding. so what was she up to?
mad dog..she is speaking up for the right of the business to operate without fear, and considering that she is a same sexer who is seeing the fake b.s. that is dividing the nation, she is a truly kind and tolerant person! her actions are what she should be judged upon, not her bed partner!
March 31, 2015 at 8:03pm
They call me maddog!
 March 31, 2015 at 3:20pm
Oh. Sackless! Sorry. I’m being a little dense today.
 March 31, 2015 at 3:06pm
I’m afraid I don’t know the term sackless. please enlighten me.
Well I guess it's fortunate that the world doesn't revolve around you.
Bold! Hard-Hitting! Must See! Journalism at it's Best! Ashton Krutcher limps through stale routine!
You know, with the world going to hell, a dictator for a president, Iran's about to get the bomb, people are losing their healthcare, the IRS is being used as a weapon, Hillary Clinton, and the Islamic State... It's stories like this that remind us what's really important (i.e. Ashton who-the-hell selling crap in wherever he is).
Thank you for temporarily distracting me from how much the world sucks.
Check this out fellas...
I don't really get you people. I come to TheBlaze for uplifting stories and to stay at least a little bit up to date on current events. I honestly cannot stand "bold, hard-hitting journalism". It's so pompous and arrogant and elitist to think that some stories matter more than others, just because they involve tragedy or politics.
There's a reason why cute cat videos and adorable baby pictures are the most popular items on the internet: because if the wonderful things aren't put above the horrible things in priority, then why even bother defending against the horrible things? If you cannot appreciate the cute and the silly, there's no reason to defend it from the horrible and the tyrannical.
 March 21, 2015 at 6:30pm
Maroon is the word that bugs bunny used to describe someone that was a moron.
 March 14, 2015 at 10:12pm
I admit that I am always somewhat troubled with these stories. I am a born again Christian and believe in a God who is in control of the universe. But if he performed a miracle by sparing this baby why did he also withdraw his hand when the mother needed help? Or when believers the world over pray for healing for someone with cancer, someone who deserves healing, they still die….how do I make sense of it? I have wondered this through a thousand of these kind of situations.
The concept of an all loving and kind deity is actually fairly new in human history. If you are familiar with the Old Testament I think even you would agree that the deity described there could not be described as a nice being. People, particularly the ancient Romans basically held the following concept about gods: Gods were not nice, they were arbitrary, needlessly vindictive, and in general... They were jerks. The best you could do is venerate them and build them nice temples and hope it was enough to make them happy enough not to smite you.
That was how they explained the randomly cruel world around them.
Now I'm personally an atheist because I see no evidence for any gods, and I chock up the 'one child gets better and one child dies' situation to factors as of yet not understood well enough by science, so the pursuit of knowledge continues, but even with a perfect understanding I accept that due to pure blind statistics, horrible things are going to happen, that's just life.
The most honest answer I think a theist could give for the 'why this tragedy, not that tragedy' is not what you'll typically get from them. An honest answer that accounts for both situations is that a god had nothing to do with either one and does not directly reach down to cherry pick winners. Given this the best you can do is continue to believe as that would have no bearing on the core of your belief system, which in your case is acceptance of Jesus.
God can see around corners that we can't, and we aren't meant to fully understand all of the why's - He doesn't expect us to. He knows this is an area that you struggle with, and perhaps through prayer and the strength of your faith, this is a way for Him to draw you closer as He unfolds peace in your heart and understanding about this topic. You may find that working through this issue with Him leads you to peace in other areas of your life , which could be why he is placing this trouble in your heart to begin with. Have constant faith - God is truly good! Hope this helps. I'm just sharing how I have dealt with the same question.
Dying is being born into eternity with God, for a Christian.
 February 26, 2015 at 4:57pm
Here’s my honest opinion. Keep your voice down.
 February 26, 2015 at 3:41pm
I’m mostly for peace and quiet.
 February 26, 2015 at 3:39pm
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.