Man, now all I can think of are Megyn Kelly’s torpedoes. Not a Trump fan, but Fox is totally in the tank for the Washington establishment types. Hell I’m surprised Karl Rove wasn’t a panelist to help the Jebster.
June 26, 2015 at 8:48am
For some reason Chris Christie comes to mind.
May 14, 2015 at 8:26am
Hello MiltonsMinion, I keep six hives myself, I am no expert by any means. But I disagree with the use of miticides in the hive. Using miticides is like bailing out a bad company (like GM). We have bred bees for many years to only produce massive amounts of honey, swarm less, and be more docile. What we have lost is the colony’s ability to be more hygenic. Look at the africanized bees, they have no problems living in the wild without help. But where I live in Ohio we have no wild honeybees. I blame the mites as the root cause, they can weaken a hive to a point where other diseases can take over. What we need are stronger bees to combat them, even if it costs the very characteristics I mentioned before. Perhaps a Genetic modification can be made to make africanized bees more winter hardy, but of course our hipppie/yuppie friends would scream Monsanto or some other tourettes nonsense. By the way Milton Friedman is sorely missed in today’s socialistic society.
 April 26, 2015 at 12:04am
Unbelievable, did you not read my post? I said if they were blocking people off from their campus business then you would be right. But handing out fliers and spreading ideas is not disruptive, unless you’re a fascist. If you were a Student at this school and some conservative asked you to take a flier you could just tell them to beat it. If that conservative had friends linked arms in front of the doors then that would be wrong, GET IT?
 April 24, 2015 at 7:38pm
If the kkk were handing out fliers, are you compelled to take them? No, you can ignore them. If this conservative group were linking arms and blocking doors, like leftists like to do, then that’s a problem. I don’t care what kind of group they are, the first amendment belongs to every citizen.
 April 24, 2015 at 7:57am
Hey mod rep your fascism is showing.
 April 23, 2015 at 6:47pm
Simpleton is right, screw the evil Republicans lets all vote the for the beacon of integrity that is Hillary Clinton (sarc. off). Look at the pathetic used up bench on the democrat side, it must piss you off. A party of old 60′s hippie has beens. By the way so i’m not just deflecting, I also think Cruz should have been straight forward. It’s not like he has a foundation where 15 cents to the dollar makes it to charity.
 April 13, 2015 at 10:54pm
Please move Kasich to the RINO pile. He caved on Obamacare, right to work, common core, and he just vetoed a law that would stop non Ohio citizens from voting in Ohio.
 April 1, 2015 at 11:55pm
I get what you mean, the last Atlas Shrugged movie was terrible (sorry Glenn). It seemed phoned in with too much narration to fill in most of the plot. Also the message was too in your face, it’s great for preaching to the choir, but probably would go over the heads of or be dismissed by the general audience. I think a little subtlety can go a long way.
March 28, 2015 at 12:09pm
Outlaw_wealth, I’m assuming by your idiotic username, that you live in a cardboard box and using a borrowed computer, but I digress.One study from a French university is hardly proof. I honestly don’t trust any studies from any side because they all serve their own interests. The big secret no one talks about is that other countries don’t want to hurt their own farmers by importing cheaper grain. The very article you site points out that U.S. imports hurt Argentinian soybean farmers.
March 28, 2015 at 10:58am
It also breaks down further over time, roundup is sprayed as late as tassel I believe. from tassel to harvest can be 2 1/2 to 3 months. Sunlight and rain can reduce the half life significantly.
 March 28, 2015 at 10:51am
This whole roundup argument is stupid. Roundup is losing it’s effectiveness due to resistance, by the time these hippies stamp out roundup we’ll be using liberty link, or perhaps a new herbicide. I’m not an apologist for monsanto they bully farmers who grow natural crops but have the misfortune of being polluted by gmo’s. You people who are anti gmo need to understand that we would be using a lot more pesticides and fungicides without gmo’s. That results in a lot more runoff pollution.
 March 27, 2015 at 1:03pm
Opening up bandwidth highways will do nothing to increase bandwidth. The problem is there is not enough bandwidth to accommodate the demand. The FCC and municipalities should lift the red tape and allow more companies to lay more lines or increase wireless bandwidths. Regardless the whole regulatory process, be it the FCC, EPA, FDA, whatever is tyrannical they are not elected and face no consequences for there actions. This hearing means nothing, the FCC will keep marching forward and the internet will no longer be as free as it is today. There will be more taxes, more licensing requirements, more perceived “problems” that will cause other problems. These agencies should not be allowed to make regulations with the same consequences as legislation. If they have any use at all it should be in a study and advisory role for Congress . It’s regulation without representation.
 March 27, 2015 at 8:18am
To be more precise we are living under a soft tyranny. This very ruling by the FCC is one example. Who does the FCC represent? We the people didn’t elect them, and these bureaucracies pass regulations on a whim. It’s regulation without representation, thousands of regulations are passed each year while only a few hundred are done through congress.
 March 27, 2015 at 7:56am
There are a lot of small internet companies that are going to be hurt when the government starts price fixing. I live in a rural area and have no access to cable. If my provider goes out of business I will be forced to go to a so called evil big corporation like verizon. Regulation tends to kick the door shut for smaller companies.
March 26, 2015 at 2:52pm
If he is that bad you should be thrilled if he wins the GOP primary. By your point of view wouldn’t it be a slam dunk for the Democrat candidate.
March 26, 2015 at 2:47pm
Never said he was.
March 26, 2015 at 8:21am
Ted (Edward) Kennedy, John (Lebowitz) Stewart who I bet starts a political career.
To the best of my knowledge, Obama was never
formally adopted by his mother's second husband,
Never said he was.
Very... According to Indonesian law then, no child was allowed to go to school unless their parents were Indonesian. So, he was adopted by Soetero. He signed his name on his school records as Barry Soetero, religion, was written in as muslim.
 March 17, 2015 at 6:26pm
It’s not about defending this establishment jerk (who has a 43% F rating on conservative review). It’s about the double standard, Obama has violated the law and the constitution many times (Rezko scandal, IRS scandal, fast and furious, creating law out of thin air such as amnesty for illegals and changing Obamacare whenever it suits him politically). My question to you JRook is why do you love tyranny so much.