I can’t get one thought out of my head: Putin and Trump doubled up on horseback. Both are shirtless and Putin is at the reigns. Trump is riding b*#ch and he is squeezing Vlad in a tender yet manly embrace. That is a powerful bromance between two massive egos.
You have an exaggerated imagination. Kinda like your moniker.
 July 24, 2016 at 10:51am
I thought I would get blasted for my post. Thanks for being reasonable.
 July 24, 2016 at 8:52am
I make a very strong assumption that most Republicans would vote to keep abortion legal if the options were “Keep it Legal or Ban It All Together”. Example, newlyweds go on honeymoon to Brazil. The wife gets pregnant as intended. However, she contracts Zika from a mosquito. The choice is to terminate the pregnancy or give birth to a baby with severe mental and physical disabilities. I think a lot of people would have a very difficult time making the decision. I don’t like abortion as birth control but I am certain it will remain legal.
You assume wrong, Sparky. Roe v. Wade was never put to a vote. If it was, it wouldn't exist. Even "Roe" was horrified.
I'm still wrestling with this same abortion/zika issue. I'm really against abortion. I despise abortion for birth control. Not because of the moral issue of women murdering their babies...that's between the women and God to decide. I'm against torturing, ripping up, defenseless babies via abortion. Or defenseless anything, such as animals, elderly, small children, etc.`
However, with Zika, the babies would suffer...for the rest of their life...and very much so. So this is a test of my beliefs. Is it better to get it over with (kill the unborn babies) rather than have them suffer for life, or let the babies live and suffer for life? Would I be willing to care for that severely handicapped child for the rest of his/her life (say, through adoption)???
I'm still pondering these questions.
That's a good point. About half of Americans self identify as pro life but only about 30% say that abortion should be banned with no exceptions. So about 20% of Americans are either personally pro life like Kaine but oppose laws banning abortion or are ok with abortion exceptions like rape, health of mother, or deformed fetus (like Zika babies).
July 22, 2016 at 10:52am
Police officer – 23 years.
 July 21, 2016 at 4:44pm
He was undeniably successful and he created a counterpoint to traditional news. However, he wanted to be Charlie and surround himself with a bunch of Angels. Example: I can’t watch Kimberly Guilfoyle for two reasons. She is so darn hot it is distracting. She is also so darn dumb it is unrelenting. Good bye Roger. You are brilliant pervert.
Good point. The only unattractive one on the network, Greta, is coincidentally by far the brightest, whether you agree with her or not.
Having not watched network news in years, I didn't know who/what you were talking about Big. Holy Cow. That woman is smoking. If she's the type of reporters Fox has been showing on air, no wonder why they've had such a strong following. I bet their demographics include lots of teenage boys no?
You're kidding. She looks like a man in a wig. At 60, she'll look like Bruce Jenner.
You talking about Kimberly the attorney who worked in the state prosecutor's office? What do you do for a living, big shot?
 July 21, 2016 at 10:57am
Clams Lives Matter.
July 20, 2016 at 1:17pm
I acknowledge it was stupid to approach a cop. You need to recognize that it isn’t as deadly as open carry. This could have been a citizen who needed directions or had a mental disability. For Blazers to say he deserved to get shot is psycho.
[-9] July 20, 2016 at 12:50pm
The guy with the cell phone camera is stirring up trouble. However, he isn’t nearly as despicable as the tough guy who stands in front of a Starbucks with his rifle hanging across his chest. Unfortunately the Blazers love the guy with the rifle but demonized the guy with the camera. The world is upside down.
Hey if he wants a cop to identify himself in a situation like that, at night, by what little of the video I watched on a road somewhere (possibly in the middle of nowhere) just what kind of reaction was he expecting given the current climate.
Sure is, girly man!
 July 18, 2016 at 3:57pm
FOX hires just enough respectable people to give them legitimacy and the rest is free-for-all. Mike Tobin, Jon Scott and Lil’ Bret Baier take it seriously. The birds on Outnumbered are a total disaster. Judge Napalitano is great but Judge Pirro is a loud mouthed screamer. Can you imagine going on road trip with Doocy, Hannity and Gutfeld. I would be begging for a rubber hose to run from the exhaust to the interior of the car.
[-2] July 17, 2016 at 11:24am
There were 17 Republicans candidates. Donald Trump was the only one promising to build the border wall, strengthen the military, fix the V.A., crush ISIS etc… The reason he was the only guy saying it is because the other Sentors and Governors know it can’t be done. You can’t make lofty promises and then fail to deliver. Think back to when you proposed to your wife. You said “I will buy a house and start a family”. You didn’t say you would build a castle and fill it with gold plated toilets.
Maybe he can't do those things he promised or may be he can. But at least he will try. That something the other candidates wouldn't do.
” Donald Trump was the only one promising to…..”
You forgot to include punishing Amazon, Apple, and any american company that does anything overseas. You also forgot to include Trump’s national healthcare promise to ‘take care of everyone’. Also missing is Trump’s promise to strengthen the libel laws so that the free press can be sued for writing negative stories.....These are just to name a few
Actually Cruz was. Drumpf just copied him.
This is beyond hilarious, politicians according to you don't promise what they can't deliver. Are you serious?
[-3] July 16, 2016 at 1:05pm
Good point about the soldiers but way too literal. I meant he isn’t a pompous brat and he actually deals face to face with his fans. I have met him personally after a show at St Andrews Hall in Detroit. He has gone to the Middle East and visited with soldiers a few times. He loves our military. He is more than a rock star. He has authored at least ten books, acted in a bunch of films and hosted a talk show. He was a regular guest on Dennis Miller’s talk show. He is an honest guy who puts sunlight on the garbage in our country.
[-2] July 16, 2016 at 11:36am
I have seen Rollins Band in concert twice and I have seen Henry’s Spoken Word tour twice. He is one person who actually “walks the walk”. He is a hardcore performer on stage and travels the entire world non-stop. His opinion is shaped by an 11 day train ride across Russia or walking the streets of Los Angeles during the riots etc… I wouldn’t call him a liberal. He is a guy who gets in the trenches and forms a realistic opinion from experience. No drugs, no booze and no nonsense. I have tremendous respect for him because he treats his fans with great respect.
You can take your 'in the trenches' guy and qualities, then replace Henry with American soldiers names and the vast majority who have REALLY been in the trenches, would never agree with him. Touring as a rock star is not the same reality as touring in battle fatigues.
Really? By accusing them all of being hopeless racists? No thanks, if that's respect I'll just pass.
July 6, 2016 at 4:55pm
What could Ailes have done if she had accepted his advances. He obviously suffers from erectile dysfunction and low testosterone. He is old and obese. Viagra isn’t powerful enough to get liftoff.
I don't know how you would know that he has these ailments.
July 5, 2016 at 10:19am
I really want to see Cheney’s emails from the Iraq War. Or Wolfowitz, Tenet and Chertoff. Those bones would have some meat on ‘em. They have given up on defending the war and are now hiding from the public view.
To quote your hag, what difference does it make now? Oh wait, Mr. Cheney isn't running for president of this country as a felon in chief.
 July 3, 2016 at 11:52am
Conservative ridge runners. Too much White Lightening and Marlboros.
[-3] June 27, 2016 at 8:53am
I just checked out Wikipedia. She was busy getting married and divorced three times. She was busy making classic films like Lap Dance and Mo’ Money.
[-9] June 27, 2016 at 8:18am
I love the introductions these “has beens” get. Kevin Sorbo played Hercules 20 years ago. Stacy Dash was in a movie 20 years ago. Both are described as Hollywood mega stars. Their careers literally pale in comparison to legendary thespians like Pauly Shore and Andrew Dice Clay. I can’t believe a serious person like Judge Napolitano sits on that couch gives her an ounce of respect.
Ummm, maybe you should google her? You seem just a bit ignorant...I know you wouldn't want that, would you? She's a pretty busy gal.
Dumbass, ooops, I mean Biginshorts said "I can’t believe a serious person like Judge Napolitano sits on that couch gives her an ounce of respect."
So in your bizarre world one does not deserve respect if they haven't made a movie in a few years then? I've NEVER made a movie and I'll betcha your ass to a pound of my flesh that if we ever met you would call me "Sir." I promise it!
 June 24, 2016 at 8:26pm
I am 100% sure Gosnell is locked away in prison for the remainder of his evil life. He will die there and then be sent to hell. Nobody ignored that story. It was headlines for weeks.
Sure we're all against abortion although legal as is the transfer of fetal tissue for research and as far as I know no money was ever exchanged despite what Blackburn has claimed.
I always say, what's the other side say? Don't you?
“In other words, contrary to Chairman Blackburn’s assertions, this act does not apply to fetuses from pregnancies that may have been terminated at Southwestern Women’s Options,” Sparks said. “Additionally, UNM has never paid for this tissue – it has been provided free to the University of New Mexico for medical research.”
But plaudits go to Blackburn for going after the abortionists. My guess is this won't go anywhere given the technicalities of the law in question, but she can at least force these people to pay lawyers to defend themselves even it's a losing cause.
 June 24, 2016 at 11:23am
There are “tough guys” and guys who are tough. O’Reilly is the biggest tough guy on television. A paper tiger. Are you saying he couldn’t have served. The only reason he became a school teacher in Miami was to avoid service. Sure, it is important to donate money and travel overseas with the USO. However, the guys mentioned sit in palatial studios and scream about killing the evil-doers. My respect goes to the gentlemen I saw in my local Memorial Day parade.
 June 24, 2016 at 9:59am
I can’t stand when conservative talk show hosts piggy back the success of our military. Beck, Hannity, Limbaugh etc always claim to be “tough on terror” because they vote Repiblican. I cringe when a spineless sponge like Limbaugh says Semper Fi. Examples like Iwo Jima and Normandy show the guts and selflessness it takes to be in our military. I can’t even imagine the bravery it takes to go half way around the world to storm a beach or hold an island against people who are willing to die. True American Heroes.
I spent more months than I cared to in Viet Nam... a cake walk compared to what these guys endured. I can't imagine the feeling you would have as that landing craft approached...knowing what was waiting when that door opened. I can't imagine fighting a horrific battle on one island and later on, doing the same thing on some smaller island against an enemy who was determined to die for his emperor. I can't imagine being shipped off to combat...not knowing when you'd be home. Most soldiers served until the war was over. Your combat tour was when the war was over.
These guys were real heroes...as were our guys in WW1 and our troops today. Combat sucks.
I'm a 26 year navy vet? I vote Republican and think dems will never take terrorism seriously. However you are spot on with the comment about these guys saying Semper Fi. To me that is a marine thing that they own and earned. I served with marines on amphibious ships in combat and I have never used that phrase because I was not part of their brotherhood. Our society does not respect meaningful culture, that which must be earned. It is everywhere in society....people wanting to appear to be part of something but not earning it. From military to professional sports to academic achievements. It is sad.
You don't know these men at all!
Each one, including Bill O'Reilly, has received numerous awards and accolades from the military and its personnel for their charitable efforts on behalf of the military.
Not everyone can serve, not everyone is called to serve, but there are many civilians who play just as an important role in making this country strong.
Sempre Fidelis is a motto whose words express attitude and actions, on and off the battlefield. If we limit those words to a boot camp graduation photo we do a disservice to the valiant efforts of family and friends whose support at home make what we fight for worth being Always Faithful for.