Ok troll. Let me explain. She brings up crimes committed by whites. While at the same time saying she doesn’t have anything to do with terrorism, we accept that, but she’s whining that she’s being asked to condemn it. She’s applying one standard to one group of people while being annoyed when a similar standard is applied to her. There you go moron.
 December 29, 2015 at 9:55am
Oh I see she can generalize and talk about “white people”, but how dare we mention Islamic terrorism and expect her to defend those (our country) who would defend her. I bet she expects every whitey here to condemn the KKK too, although 99% of us probably have nothing to do with it, nor did anyone in our family before us.
Really what she is saying is that a member of the Klan can say they shouldn't be held accountable for the activities of other Klan members.
 November 14, 2015 at 10:59am
What part are they upset over? The borders comment? Saying “Vive la France” – thinking he was mocking them or something? It’s no different than us cheering “USA! USA! USA!” or “God save the Queen!”
 September 29, 2015 at 12:20pm
Richards then proclaimed, “The source of this is actually Americans United for Life, which is actually an anti-abortion group, so I would check your source.”
AS IF that eliminates the legitimacy of the claim. As if there’s something inherently wrong with that viewpoint. So now the authority on any issue must be the “pro” stance? These people are the most blind special interest protectionists there ever were.
 August 31, 2015 at 10:59am
These archelogical stories never fall short of disappointment.
DRAMATIC HEADLINE, claiming important new understanding of humanity. Then you read it. Almost always it’s something about something being much older than it was and….that’s it. Cool, but really has our understanding of who we are changed all that much?
In general, science articles on non-science sites usually fall far from the mark. The only positive note is that it gives something one can use do a bit more searching on.
As simplistically written as it is, you can be sure that fully 50% of those who read it, didn't understand it.
August 26, 2015 at 1:06pm
What’s important at this time is that no media rush to judgment. We need to make sure the accused did not have any sort of Confederate Battle Flag items in his home or on his person. Until then we can’t be certain what his motives were. I fully expect the media to do their standard due diligence with this crime.
 April 22, 2015 at 1:50pm
Give the man a Pulitzer!
 April 9, 2015 at 10:38am
It’s our fault. She just needs the $15/HR she deserves then she’d be a better employee.
I am sure this was caused by Man Made Global Warming.
 March 17, 2015 at 5:43pm
It’s ok. I have no reason to hate her.
We can live without her music. Let’s see how long she can last without our farms.
 March 2, 2015 at 4:18pm
Right, the story clearly said a lot of days he gets rides in between. Maybe he takes a nap on his break. Maybe he has a friend or neighbor on the route where he can sleep a bit? Whatever the case, if true, he’s not getting a lot of sleep. Point is, we don’t know every detail or the circumstances. It’s certainly odd, but I agree there’s way too much callousness with a lot of these responses.
 March 2, 2015 at 4:11pm
Hoosier75 – You realize there’s more than one Osceola in the country? Do you also realize the article said it was in Iowa? Thus, the link from the Des Moines Register. It is indeed brutally cold in Iowa in the winter. Perhaps you saw the picture of him with the surrounding snow? Obviously not Florida.
Maybe you need to read carefully before you start calling others “dumbass” and saying “idiots are out in droves”. You do appear correct, but they’re looking you right in the mirror.
 February 5, 2015 at 5:53pm
Were they filmed in Georgia? This is talking about film locations (which I think they are better choices than some of these listed) and not straight up what movie is associated with each state.
Right again! I read someone below saying “not a mention of Jesus” in ONE song they listened to. For crying out loud! I don’t know how anyone can listen to “Awake & Alive” or “Rebirthing” and not see the Christian overtones in their music. Direct mention of Christ or not, the sentiment is there. Even the apostle Paul took elements of the culture in his day to spread the word. I don’t see how using music, and especially the music of Skillet is any different than that approach. “In it, not of it” doesn’t mean “none of it”, it simply means not to love and attach ourselves to the things of this world. Many of Skillets songs “preach” exactly that!
July 11, 2013 at 4:25pm
July 11, 2013 at 3:31pm
Geez. Some of these comments are just absolutely ignorant about the band. I realize some of this has to do with general taste in music, and I’m sure there’s some generational difference as well. Here’s my advice for some of the critics. Check out three of their new songs off the new album. Start with “American Noise”, mild enough for anyone to like with a great message. Then listen to “Sick of It” and “Rise”….then come back to us and tell us they’re not a good band with a good message.
Just wait until Michele runs for president in 2016 !
At least he has a better weave than Michelle.
October 2, 2012 at 10:12am
SAMNJOEYSGRAMA is right. This happens every now and then. Over the years I’ve heard several stories of farmers having heart problems or other medical issues that cause them to fall in a pen. Once that happens the hogs can move in like sharks.
September 24, 2012 at 5:39pm
We need Ray Stantz to figure this out. “Gozer the Gozerian? Good evening. As a duly-designated representative of the City, County and State of New York, I order you to cease any and all supernatural activity and return forthwith to your place of origin, or to the next convenient parallel dimension.”