Gonna have to hire a lot of lawyers and staffers….
 February 26, 2015 at 6:18pm
“the most open proceeding in FCC history.” Yet the actual 317 page documentation was not released before it was approved to allow serious comment and no one from Congress was invited to give input. Like Obamacare, they had “to pass it to see what’s in it.”
"In fact, it could take weeks before the final rules are published, the official said. That’s because the two Republican commissioners, Ajit Pai and Mike O’Rielly—who oppose net neutrality of any sort—have refused to submit basic edits on the order. The FCC will not release the text of the order until edits from the offices of all five commissioners are incorporated, including dissenting opinions. This could take a few weeks, depending how long the GOP commissioners refuse to provide edits on the new rules."
Apparently Google, Free Press and New America’s Open Technology Institute have already read it and edited it as they saw fit. It is only the American people who don’t get to look at it. Shame on them for ‘fixing’ something that wasn’t broken. http://www.politico.com/story/2015/02/fcc-chairman-tom-wheeler-net-neutrality-plan-google-115502.html
February 22, 2015 at 11:24pm
Golly, Mr. Johnson, I thought ISIL was a JV team….
 February 6, 2015 at 10:53pm
 February 6, 2015 at 10:49pm
Read the story again: they bought the tie for him! And they probably did more for Target’s image than any weekend flyer!
 February 6, 2015 at 10:46pm
That’s MY America! And nobody needs to apologize for it!
i think both coaches were temporarily overwhelmed by what seemed inevitable, and simply spun the wheel.
like the play that put Seattle in that position, to begin with.
Yep, should have run the ball, when Lynch left the backfield, CB knew what was coming and took advantage, Pats loaded the line for Lynch and knew the pass play that was coming, had Lynch stayed in the backfield, I bet the pass would have been completed. Seahawks weren't outsmarted, they beat themselves with a play that NE saw on film many times. Should have handed Lynch the ball.
Actually, I was hoping they would hand the ball off to lynch and go ahead.
I really wanted to see what Brady could do to the best defense in the NFL down 3 with 30 seconds. Did not want either team to win (since my cowboys were robbed, heck yes it was a catch, and no I am not over it), but would have enjoyed the show. Best QB vs the best Defense with 30 seconds and a championship on the line.
 February 4, 2015 at 6:46pm
Hard to believe, isn’t it?
 February 4, 2015 at 6:39pm
I’m still waiting for “a plausible explanation”. The most plausible is that he lied at every opportunity for twelve years.
 February 4, 2015 at 6:37pm
Apology? Sounds like more lies. He wants us to believe that his mind is so weak that somehow, after “constant viewing” of footage of the actual event, he convinced himself he was in the damaged helicopter.
Fortunately, after twelve years of lies, the real heroes called him out.
Perhaps this explains why he is such an ardent supporter of Mr. Obama: he has spent so much time “constant viewing” Mr. Obama’s speeches, he has convinced himself that he really is the Messiah!
After constant viewing of super bowl highlights I am convinced I made that last minute interception Sunday night.
 February 4, 2015 at 2:35pm
Mr. Beck calls this “the Overton window”….
 February 4, 2015 at 2:33pm
They still don’t get it!
Some explain their ‘yes’ vote as a vote to “repeal and replace”. Now these, who vote ‘no’ because there was no “replacement law”!
The American people overwhelmingly want their government out of their healthcare! Period! That means “repeal”, not “repeal and replace” or “replace”!
We’ve seen what big government has done to our healthcare system. The last thing we need now is for big government to ‘fix’ our healthcare system!
 February 4, 2015 at 1:40pm
No, not “all Islam”! Just those extremists who behead Japanese aid workers trying to relieve pain and suffering and burn POWs. Remember, this POW was also Muslim.
The radicals among the mohammedans are the ones who advocate moderation and tolerance. These are the kind of mohammedans that have been running the middle east since mohammed's insane rants began. Remember, mohammed was a thief and a bandit, he and his band of merry men robbed his family's caravans and he personally killed some of his own family who would not follow him. Those who choose to follow him now are different only in degrees when it comes to accepting and practicing evil.
Blackbeaver, fool. As soon as there are enough of them here we will all be treated to the same backwards, muslim behavior.
 February 4, 2015 at 1:30pm
You appear to be referring to the infamous Salem witch trials of 1692- 1693. The fact that the people of that community- “we” as you call them- did that is no excuse for anyone to do it in the 21st century.
As humans, God has endowed us with the power to identify our mistakes, learn from them and never repeat them.
We are not left to blindly allow evil to occur simply because our ancestors- or even we ourselves- once did evil deeds.
The dude is off by a couple of centuries. The Salem Witch Trials didn't last long. A church officer with a sense of reason rode into town and shut them down.
 February 4, 2015 at 1:22pm
Thank you, Mr. Beck. We must not be silent in the face of this evil. If we are to fight this evil, we must know why it is evil. We must not pretend it does not exist, or that it has been wrongly portrayed. We must not mince words: this is unimaginable, sadistic depravity.
To those who criticized the late Chris Kyle for calling these depraved killers “savages”, what more do you need to convince you that he was right? If Mr. Kyle was wrong in referring to a sadistic torturer of children- one who took pleasure in drilling holes in children’s heads with a power tool- are we wrong to call the killers of this man “savages”?
To call the IS terrorists- yes, Mr. Obama, they are terrorists- animals is to insult the animal kingdom.
“Silence in the face of evil is itself evil. God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak, not to act is to act.” — Dietrich Bonhoeffer (February 4, 1906- April 9, 1945) German pastor, theologian.