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  • April 8, 2014 at 10:56am

    I was encouraged to use Mozilla browser because it stated its position of non-compliance when the issue of providing information to the federal government. (>!) In addition, I have found my Safari browser will simple not connect to websites I choose to search for, and IE corrupts the Blaze website when I choose to read the stories.
    In addition talking to Amazon CS regarding a technical issue, they said they were having problems with IE and urged me to use Mozilla instead.
    Has special interest groups become so powerful that they can force this man to resign from his job, because of a political donation 5 years ago? Yet fascists campaign for the ‘undocumented American’ to receive preference in job placement and benefits – none of which are afforded to those Americans that are going underwater paying the taxes to provide that aide?

  • April 8, 2014 at 10:02am

    This priest did what God wanted him to do, without fear and without apology.

  • April 8, 2014 at 9:50am

    As one post stated: “1% are the wealthiest, 3% are the gays”, and according to JayZ’s necklace the 5% are haters of white men….in simple math (unless that conflicts with common core’s calculation) leaves a population of 91% are normal people that simply want to live, worship, and love their neighbor and leave the government out of their home.
    The more special interest groups push the everyday American – the more they are pushing back. Yes, this is a ‘huge social experiment’ to see how far the average American can be bullied into accepting behaviors they are opposed to (whether morally or by Faith. And now those people are standing their ground more often, with the support of those which feel the same.
    Is it really that important to force that one person that refuses to provide their service, to be mandated by law to provide that particular service to you? Wouldn’t you be happier with someone who is as enthusiastic to provide any service for your event as you are about your wedding?
    Agendas have a funny way of turning and biting you in the arse.

  • March 29, 2014 at 1:21pm

    Amen

  • March 28, 2014 at 11:47am

    My hubby says it’s the Aardvark (swing-wing….McNamara’s nightmare???)

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  • March 28, 2014 at 10:16am

    “When you walking back the other way, I couldn’t see it….”So why was this man targeted?
    For walking in the snow, in the dark, and obviously not wearing enough winter clothing to stay warm?
    From the policeman’s view point he admitted he could not ascertain that this man was carrying…it could have been his cell phone attached to his belt.
    There was no way he could have caught that without unlawful detainment. And it is the policeman’s own video that proves this.
    Come on, where is the common sense? And of all things, I noticed that some police officers, when they have fumbled an issue when dealing with a citizen, seem to pull the ‘you smell like you’ve been smoking pot or you’ve been drinking….your eyes are blood shot, and pupils are dilated’, out of the back pocket to justify the detainment.
    I fully respect police officers and other public service personnel, but as with every profession, you have policemen that become overzealous, over reactive, and are a liability. But as in every union, the rank and file is protected by overzealous and over reactive lawyers.

  • March 28, 2014 at 10:09am

    Snickers!! Loved it! But will we ever see this ad in the US? Thanks Blaze!

  • March 28, 2014 at 10:03am

    And now we have the latest victimology story.
    MMMMmmmm, could it be that she was looking for a fight and the notary would not engage?
    Listening to the ‘victim’s’ version, I’m not sure that I would have felt notarizing her paperwork was what she needed – and probably would have sent her to an attorney so he could review her paperwork.

  • March 23, 2014 at 3:16pm

    With deep respect to all those aboard, and the families left behind….I really hope you are correct. I keep wonder if all this bits and pieces of information is just to keep us from looking UP! If Iran has this thing, we know that they crossed the ‘red line’ over a year ago. Fortunately Israel is not messing around and has fortified their air defenses.

  • March 23, 2014 at 1:06pm

    Simplest explanation is usually correct (unless it’s a British spy novel)
    It’s already reported that the pilot and his wife we’re estranged (but occupying the same house)
    Of course he has a girlfriend, and likely more, and with strict laws on every aspect of your life they probably do the same thing as people in the US have learned to do such as place ‘unknown’ on burner cell phones. The NSA knows who the lady is and what was said….they are just throwing chum to the press.
    Espionage, you bet’cha, but if the flight recorder is never found, we’ll hear about this story until the next presidential election…
    perhaps that’s the plan.

  • March 22, 2014 at 4:22pm

    Hi Glenn, just a quick note, after 3 weeks on this program (and no kale) my son has lost 3 lbs of which 2% was fat (not muscle). He is in the ‘green range’ and says he feels great ( he runs on a tread mill since running on the the asphalt of the ‘greenway paths’ around the city aggravates a heel injury).
    I promised him a Paleo pizza made with avocado slices if he wanted to come for Sunday lunch/dinner……..now I’ve need to look for recipes without avocado ingredients.

  • March 21, 2014 at 4:06pm

    Don’t think of it as a disappointment, be grateful that you have been given a chance to improve your health. After reading about this on several websites, the testimonies support the improvements of health issues of people with inflammatory illnesses. I realized this is the same program my military son was given by the chiropractor/DO he uses as a primary care doctor. He had kept his weight at the same level from the day he left Basic training, but probably not in the healthiest way (as in skipping meals). The only problem he said he encountered was he would have killed for a huge, juicy, well dressed hamburger in the first week! But after that he began to feel so much better and that improvement was far more satisfying than a greasy hamburger.

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  • March 21, 2014 at 3:40pm

    I guess I’m being naive since I believe she, stated, is using a God given talent to evangelize her faith. I’m not sure that my g’ma would accept it but my mom probably would (both Catholics).
    Just from the reaction of the audience she reached the young people in the building. J-ax seems to be especially touched. We hear about how the church (as in Christian church as a whole) needs to attract a younger base of believers, why shouldn’t a nun with an outstanding rock voice and energetic personality be allowed to reach out to that age group?

  • March 20, 2014 at 12:37pm

    My husband was a flight instructor on the 767-5 before he took early retirement. I’ve asked daily what he thought happened, and everyday was the same answer, there is no way to tell, and if the black box is not recovered we’ll never know. Now with the additional information he believes the incident is terrorist related. I told him about about the Muslim group in Malaysia that has a rabid hatred towards China, and he feels this could likely be the source, but still won’t make any SWAGs. But now he says says with the amount of time that has passed coupled with the fact that if it did go down in this region where a 2 mile deep trench exists, we may never know.
    And most of all he is more concerned with what Obama is doing that we don’t know about because the news is obsessed with the disappearance of this 777. He feels that the administration may be using this diversion to ‘pen & phone’ new legislation.

  • March 18, 2014 at 9:11pm

    To the weekend moderator: apparently you do not like the succinct wording of my original post so I have chosen to post using more socially conscience expressions:
    To the owner of the BackSTREET Boys Pub:
    ….how do you know that I’m not carrying? I don’t brag about it, wear a shoulder holster, or carry it in my handbag. It’s not pink to match my…garments, it’s not chrome to attract attention and I’m the one that will only order 1 dark lager ICED TEA and sip while the others drink multiple pitchers of ICED TEA lite…….or whatever is cheap.
    OK, now I understand, you’re CONCERN FOR those people who are responsible owners that prefer to maintain control over their behavior AND wallet.
    Gotcah’, so this means you’re under stress because drinkers will not spend all their money becoming GROSSLY INEBRIATED at your establishment.
    One star is one too many.
    HEY GANG, IT’S A COLLEGE TOWN, GO NEXT DOOR, THEY’LL PROBABLY HAVE PEANUTS, AND SOME ON THE TABLE AS WELL.
    Douchebag (LOL!!)

    OKEY DOKEY?

  • March 18, 2014 at 11:53am

    When mommy gets home, doggy will greet her with a happy dance, wagging tail and wet kisses.
    When she comments on the couch hair, doggy will turn head, raise an eyebrow and look at the owner aka CaT, who will sit there with a look of “I dare you….” “I own you and everything I see.”

  • March 13, 2014 at 1:50pm

    I had really hoped to hear a positive update to this story. I had hoped the exposure of this story would have shocked the logic of people of this community to rally support for this young man.
    This article breaks my heart. It hits really close to home. Every time you dial 911, you are gambling that person (with an emergency-equipment bag, well stocked vest and cargo pants), rushing into your home is focused and dedicated to keep you alive while safely transporting you to an ED –as exampled as this dedicated young man. These people responding could be a policeman – they’re becoming first responders, or your EMT/Paramedic-Firefighter neighbor that believes that as a member of a community should contribute to keep it safe. These people are paid marginally above minimum wage, and most work 24/24 on/off and some even have second jobs. And some are volunteers, but must maintain all certifications.
    This young intelligent man with laser focus goals for his life, working overtime to realize these goals is the sacrificial lamb of an overzealous lawyer looking to make a mark and move up the attorney-ladder-of-success using the obliteration of this young man’s future.

  • March 13, 2014 at 12:11pm

    @Water
    What fool goes to Iran?
    A man, who has family in Iran, has roots in Iran, has Iranian-Christian brothers and sisters that need help and hope, and has a love for his country that will always be in his soul regardless of the atrocities and criminals that are allowed to run the government.
    Turn that statement around. You’ve immigrated to Iceland because you want your wife and children to live in a safe and nurturing environment. But you come back to the US because you were born here, you have family here and believe you can help people fight the atrocities in your homeland regardless of the danger you may suffer (omitting Christian to accommodate your apparent lack of Faith).
    He exercises free will (Liberty) and chooses to return to Iran, but as a citizen of America, the administration is criminal in allowing this citizen to be slowly tortured to death.

  • March 8, 2014 at 11:02am

    One of many unanswered questions is who is the family that made it easy for her to ‘runaway’ from home, and as reported financed this lawsuit for financial support?
    I’m glad to hear this judge used common sense to see this is an issue that would set a litigious trend, as he quoted the possibility of a ’12 yo that would want to sue his parents for an Xbox’.
    This is not a girl whose behavior would be solved with a spanking, this is an abnormal behavior that has been allowed to grow with the girl and the product of the new cultural ‘affluenza’ which is now used for those children that demand to have it their way, financed by mom and dad’s retirement fund.
    Sadly,at this point, letting her go her own way is the only sensible path. It’s a 50/50 gamble. Let her find her own funding for college (NO child is guaranteed a parent funded college education) or attempt to find a job in the current job market.
    Either way allowing her to experience the realities of life will either humble her and reduce the great divide among this family or she will become a member of the handout society, which will not be anywhere close to the lifestyle she now enjoys.
    I don’t think taking this family into therapy at this point, with an 18yo who believes she is owed this level of financial maintenance from her parents, will produce any positive results, and only stress the parents to the point of surrendering to this child’s ‘learned’ behavior.

  • March 8, 2014 at 7:22am

    Apparently she spent more time making her special movies than working on her vocabulary. I would expect a college graduate would have moved from the phases of her teen years using “I mean”, “you know”, and “it’s like” in every other sentence. Furthermore as a college grad she should have been presented a more cogent argument for her decision to make the porn films to fund her tuition than a worn out, often use phrase of ‘thousands of years of patriarchy…and religion”.
    Her appearance on the PM show was PR…for both of them.

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