Watch the rank and file until the next election, then clean out the rest of the progressives…. from both parties. 2016 is the year. I hope the American people do not lose focus and give the senate back to the democrats.
Liberals have already picked out the next GOP looser, jeb bush.
You all see the last election as the public voting against obama, congress has an approval rating much worse than obama. Is it possible the election was a vote against the status quo in congress, and if so the Republicans will be the one defending seats in 2016, added to the fact that i dont see what states you flip to win a national election.
December 10, 2014 at 7:40am
Yeah, “people in glass houses should not throw stones”….. gee derived – along with a long list of other knockoff aphorisms with a basis in the bible. As Jesus said to the crowd wanting to stone an adulteress, “he that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.” (John 8:7 KJV)
Still, good advice for US as well as those that live in glsss houses
 September 8, 2014 at 9:09am
It’s simple, if the University receives federal funds, they can not ignore the fact that the United States Constitution prohibits the making of any law respecting an establishment of religion, impeding the free exercise of religion, abridging the freedom of speech, Take it to court.
April 14, 2014 at 9:38am
I wonder if I could get that job….. looking at reddit all day to gleen the “news”
April 14, 2014 at 9:36am
I noticed several comments that reminded us that
“it is about trespassing”, or occupying land that one has no legal right to occupy. It struck me that one could say the same thing about all those people coming across the border from Mexico. They too are trespassing and occupying USA without the legal right to do so. Paying fees would be a help, following established law would be nice. Shoot, even the President fails at that.
March 8, 2013 at 8:23am
Ok Piggy (I mean that in an affectionate way) stop and think what the filibuster was about. Was it about the nominee? No. It was about getting an answer to a simple question from the white house. Which was given via a very terse letter from holder in the “final hour”. So the participation of republicans in support of the filibuster was in support of Paul’s insistence that we the people be told yes or no “Is targeting and killing an American citizen ‘suspected’ of being involved in terrorism with a drone and taking their life unconstitutional and would the President do that? They are now on record that it would be unconstitutional and no the president does not have that authority. The confirmation vote had nothing to do with the filibuster other than being the “hostage”. So maybe you should review the nominee’s qualifications and think about fighting the President on it is productive.
February 25, 2013 at 10:46am
wow. So the only thing you can think of is to blame Bush KeatonC333? Ok fine. I looked at your chart and read the reasoning. Shoot, I even agree with the basic premiss that continuing programs of your predecessor will add to your budget expenses. So I suppose that Clinton’s programs disappeared when
Bush took office and every other presidents before him.
I’m a bottom line kind of guy. And the bottom line is that every year since 1977 federal spending has increased except for 1987 and 1993 (the reference I am using only goes to 2009 and has a projection for 2010) and yes spending has gone down each year 2010, 2011 and 2012 if my memory is right. Now the DEBT on the other hand has INCREASED every year except for 1979, 80, 81 and 2000. Now the project increase in 2010 was 12.5% the largest in history. In 2010 the debt was 13 trillion and counting. 3 years later it is 16.5 trillion and counting. So you can whine and cry about which presidents policy raised or lower “deficit” spending but it is still DEFICIT spending. And since 2010 3.5 trillion dollars has been added to the DEBT. That is over a trillion dollars we borrowed each year.
February 14, 2013 at 11:03am
Yeah tag a beer can at 100yds with a pistol sez PECOS1. Sure. For that you may want to try a long gun with a scope and a steady platform. But think about how the police train for “urban” takedowns as you see it in the movies. Remember? They have a closed course where targets pop up in the 10 to 25 ft range that present various persona. From armed criminals to little kids holding fluffy bunnies. Who do you shoot? But yeah, take a shot at the 300 ft range or 17 for that matter. HAVE some FUN.
February 8, 2013 at 10:42am
And here I am in west central florida. “Smart” meters were installed with no fanfare and done before anyone really asked any questions. Yep, “had” one on my house. The meter guy said that they no longer had to read it because they were “transmitting” the information to the company in “real time”. I learned all this as the man was taking it out and putting in a “2 way meter” that will require someone to come to my house and hook up a special computer to read it. 2 way? yes, I had solar panels installed and I now make electricity,use it and sell the excess back to the company. But it’s a big investment and not for the faint of heart. You can do it yourself cheaply if you are handy plus you can still get a bunch of rebates until we just stop giving away money.
IF the president applied for a CWP or to purchase a gun in Florida he would be asked a few simple questions. One of them is, in part, “have you ever used marijuana or cocaine” to which you answer yes or no. IF he checks yes then no gun or permit. IF he checks no the he is lying since he was very open on a public forum concerning his drug use as a college student in his book. So no he would not pass the background check.
December 29, 2012 at 10:38am
Wait! Wait! You guys are not seeing the relevant comment that Mr. Moore made. He said: “We’ve got over a quarter-billion guns in people’s homes. And they’re mostly in the suburbs and rural areas where there is virtually no crime and no murder.” And the asked the right question: “So why is that?”
And don’t we know the answer? It’s because the home owners, the law abiding armed citizens can defend themselves. Criminals don’t pick hard targets………LOL
December 3, 2012 at 11:12am
why do blacks never show up for these events are they racist?
May 8, 2012 at 8:34am
Yes, he should. BUT, the repeal process will take time and cooperation within the houses of congress. The Ex order will give the states the right to reject it immediately.
Or am I wrong about that?
May 5, 2012 at 8:27am
Why do you think Fox has all these “liberal” contributors? Do you think it would be the wise course to not let them express their views, to not study their tactics? Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. conservatives get a daily dose of the liberal mindset and can affirm their own opinion with each installment.
Really, a “bow tying white boy”. Last time I looked, calling one of African heritage a “boy” of any stripe would insure an altercation. But don’t fire the woman, and don’t keep her off the air. However, every time she does appear in the future, it would be my point that she be reminded of her mistake on the air in front of the world and ask her to control her racist remarks.
she would refuse to appear after a while.
May 4, 2012 at 7:26am
I respect your opinion, however, do you really think that the translation from Greek or Aramaic and Hebrew to 15th century English qualifies the KJV Bible to be the Alpha and Omega Truth? Wouldn’t it be more true if you read it in it’s original language? Don’t get upset my brother just think about what you said.
Further, do you understand that what we have as the Holy Scriptures today are the ones “approved” by the christian leaders over centuries some falling in and out of favor for various reasons. Constantine had 50 bibles commissioned for the “Church” in his capital city around 311AD, perhaps written in Latin.
If you believe that the scriptures are indeed holy and that the message is from God, then you must have faith that the bible in any of it’s many translations will bring the same message without error. Or is God not powerful enough to prevent errors in translation?
May 4, 2012 at 7:08am
Yeah, me either. However, when your job is to report the news it is ok to assume that he has some issue rather than just having fun. I understand the “game” aspect and have done it myself with my family. The reporter has a ‘following” and is vested in creating controversy to improve his ratings. It isn’t a game to him, it’s employment.
May 4, 2012 at 7:03am
Man, what a non issue. Look, in a 30 second production, you may spend several hours in takes. The producer watches and stops it rearranges people and props (and yes, the Bible may have been a prop at this time) the “star” may have to repeat his message a few times to get it right for public consumption.
My opinion? The producer noticed the bible off the shelf and on the table next to his reading chair and placed it so it would be evident in the ad.
It’s such a shame that this country has allowed political correctness to control our lives.