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  • June 29, 2015 at 1:33pm

    My husband was livid, saying something of this scale had to take the White House at least a week to plan and pull together. It was not spontaneous response to the ruling. He wonders what is Robert’s weakness is since he seems to be all over the judicial map on this issue and Obamacare.

    One the other hand I’m angry he cannot find any purple lights to use to light White House for those soldiers who have received the Purple Heart. He can’t seem to do the same for the colors of the armed forces. The only this this administration seems to be consistent is treating our Armed Forces and our Men in Blue as second-class citizens.

  • [2] June 26, 2015 at 10:08am

    I am sorry to see him go. I found his opinions came from the soul, and held with much passion. Yes, he could use some caution on vocabulary, but I much prefer him to Geraldo, Juan, and others that have sat in that seat.
    But now is the time for Bob to get help for his health issues, other things will fall onto place.

  • June 26, 2015 at 8:48am

    This was a beautiful little boy and a neat young man. The single shot of the little boy was priceless–all dressed out with his baseball items, he was impressed with his gift.

    Baseball seems to have been a long, and for the most part, positive part of American history.
    At a time where the world around us seems to be imploding — watching baseball from the stands on a hot, humid, breezy evening, relaxing and talking to people around you is a wonderful way to decompress.

    Thanks MLB.

  • [1] June 24, 2015 at 10:07am

    BTW where is IL getting all these red/orange jumpsuit which all their POW’s are wearing?
    No I don’t think it’s a stupid question…it’s question of who is colluding with this enemy.

  • June 24, 2015 at 10:05am

    …proving once again these men are psychopaths in name of Mohammad.
    If they were not killing in Allah’s name they would have people believing they were killing the name of some 6th century murderer/conquerer.
    The worrisome part here is if the inhabitants of the Middle East really wanted to get rid of these snot-faced sociopaths they would have had enough arms left over from the Russian, French and American forces (and rocks left from the rubble of their mud homes) to accomplish this.
    In some perverted logic middle eastern residents likely view what these men are doing actually makes their Allah happy and their race superior.

  • June 9, 2015 at 4:32pm

    This the kind of reporting you get from people that only have a degree in public communications, and refuse to read anything but the monitor, explore other topics or keep up with current events.
    And this will become the new norm. In 10, 15 maybe 20 years, MSNBC will be #1 in cable news.

  • [6] June 9, 2015 at 11:04am

    I found the best time to shop at a Wal-Mart is about 5 to 6am in the morning. Few people, most without carts, and none of the wildlife as pictured in the video.
    Only thing I’ve encountered is Muslim women in black garb stocking the health and beauty shelves (Wyoming) who will move away from you if you get too close.

    I’ve never seen this behavior in public, but there is no way I would try to get in middle of these two women and try to stop it.
    As a child my cat was about to get into a cat fight (growling and hissing stage) and I when I tried to pick up my cat. I suddenly became the enemy of both cats and ended up covered head to toe in scratches…painful but useful lesson in life.

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  • [2] June 4, 2015 at 9:47am

    I began driving my son to school, risking being a few minutes late for work, instead of worrying about group of bullies putting an entire bus filled with students at risk by continually assaulting the bus driver. It was so serious she asked the police department for a policeman to ride the bus to witness the activities. (I remembered the same thing occurring on my bus ride to school)
    The driver’s only concern should be with driving the bus, not keeping bullies from terrorizing students sitting quietly in their seats.

    BTW, the police officer testified at a school board hearing about the ongoing problem, saying these kid-bullies needed to be punished by revoking their privilege of riding the bus. The parents of these bullies became enraged telling the school board their children must be able to ride the bus, since they needed to get to work, and had no other way to get their children to school.
    The children promised to behave…….and that didn’t last very long, so the school board sent a smaller bus to pick up these kids, all who seem to live in the same area….

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  • [2] June 1, 2015 at 10:24am

    Wow, you get an award for making the network that carries your stuff a ton of money, and you use the time to criticize what other people think and say.
    Wouldn’t it swell if he just said “thank you” and named all the people that have worked with him, which have contributed to his personal success and an award no one has even heard of?

  • [6] May 31, 2015 at 2:40pm

    This is such a load of BS. Perhaps the mouthy man in a nearby seat, but not likely. Perhaps the flight attendant, but even more not likely. But when it comes to the pilot, no way. They are too conscientious about keeping their well paying job to stoop this low for a jerky remark. The most you get from a pilot is ‘thanks for flying UA’.
    She’s clearly delusional.
    This woman is trying to stir up trouble but she has managed to only gain notoriety.

  • [-1] May 18, 2015 at 1:41pm

    I would like to see him campaign for the White House. Along with Marco Rubio. Neither one is shy about they have say, and no apologies when it comes to who we are meant to be and how we can turn this system around. They still believe we are great, even exceptional. And to stay that way we must make tough decisions, but not bankrupt a social strata of society.
    The field is growing, but none has captured my interest like Rubio and hopefully Jindal.
    If limits are not imposed on representatives, we will make limited improvements.
    Term limits should be the first order of business. And next should be convincing people they need to step up and run for those seats. The system was designed for voters to make a sacrifice to serve their country as a representative or in congress, not for one person to become wealthy serving in the federal government for a lifetime….just another form of government ‘dole’.

  • [1] May 18, 2015 at 7:18am

    Sincere condolences to his family and friends.
    People become addicted to adrenalin just as any substance. He enjoyed the heart pounded thrill. Regardless what he enjoyed, when God whispers your name, you could be drinking coffee and reading the newspaper, yet you go.
    As a older person said to me when the doctors wanted to perform a heart transplant on him:
    “Nope, I’m going to live until I die.”

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  • [1] May 5, 2015 at 5:14pm

    Dear God,
    I know love is more powerful than death.

    But I have come to realize when you are dealing with people that love death, there is no other avenue to protect all the people of God, than to give those psychopaths what they want.

    When are we going to realize that God has sent already sent us the means to protect ourselves and when are we going to use it?

  • [8] April 29, 2015 at 8:20am

    I had an ‘unexcused absence’ in elementary school. The teacher became snarky, and explained that the (truthfully) written excuse was not valid (I think my Dad had been taken to the hospital) and I was afraid of some unknown repercussion, and told my mom how frightened I was of the teacher.
    She called some friends to ‘vent’ because she had been honest for the reason for the absence and ask what they thought she should do. What are the repercussions of ‘unexcused absence’???

    So she wrote another note, offering (lying) an ‘approved’ excuse and the teacher smiled and accepted the note.

    To put this into perspective……the school taught me lying is acceptable.

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  • [16] April 26, 2015 at 2:33pm

    Strange caption.
    But the meaning is clear.
    IS has no regard for life and are strong advocates of child abuse…on so many levels.
    Dear God, this is a precious beautiful child. And he/she will be raise to be a killer and ultimately to be killed.
    No other religion can boast of this belief system.

  • April 10, 2015 at 10:20am

    We primarily we have 2 choices for our cable/satellite service: DirecTV and Dish.
    I was willing to change to Dish to get the Blaze – what else that was offered on the Dish programming grid was not important.
    After asking around, subscribers to Dish TV were adamant about the lack of quality with Dish – it was NOT a reliable service (they even had issues with the customer service). This was emphasized with colorful language….I got the message and stayed with DirecTV. Roku is annoying but it’s the only option I’m aware of to pickup the Blaze programming.
    I moved here from the Southeast and friends who still live there, who had selected Comcast, use the same language to describe Comcast…..they really (really) do not like this service or company.

    Note: Northpoint’s post gave a interesting information of the broadcasting difference of satellite and cable – DirecTV and others and the technical points in the broadcasting)

    I am impressed with DirecTV’s reliability (and customer service), I really would like to have the Blaze — and I have contacted DTV twice, but they said they did not have enough requests for Blaze TV.

    Call DirecTV you want the Blaze service – your opinion matters!!

  • [5] April 7, 2015 at 1:06pm

    Wow, the ol’ ‘holier than thou’ snark-ment. Meant to make Christians feel they are never ‘Christian enough’ —- from Obama.

    I’ve had that one thrown at me enough to know it is nothing more than an effort to control the behavior of people that think for themselves, and who know a charlatan when we hear/see one.

  • [1] April 7, 2015 at 7:51am

    Rather sad. A parent who has taken time to be with his children (love the name ‘Story’) and built a fort out of the most magical thing a child can find – a cardboard box.

    Yet that code is in place because of people who have made it necessary to create this ruling because of others who use their front yard as a garbage dump ((my son’s neighbors have a toilet sitting on their front yard of the house…)). and becomes an eyesore as well as a health hazard for the rest of the neighborhood.

    Take lots of pictures, have a fort party, and show the kids how to recycle the cardboard.

  • [5] March 28, 2015 at 4:48am

    I realize that Bill very impressed with himself and has a few printable opinions. But the man and the show is one big (sick) joke. I have watched episodes in the past when he had a guest I was acquainted with and wanted to see a actual interview.
    That’s just it, he cannot seem to find a format for his show. No one really talks, unless they are parroting what Bill is saying and the remainder of the show is his crude jokes about anyone that disagrees with him, or anyone he simply hates.
    There is no real substance to his conversations and his guests sit there, grinning like idiots while looking at this actor-wanna-be, and his pre-written monologues for 99% of the show.
    What a waste of money, and pseudo awards.

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  • March 28, 2015 at 4:07am

    …Geez, regardless of country, I believe being a steward on any low cost carrier would make a person really (really) angry. It’s like being a steward on a greyhound bus.

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