What do you blame the previous historical emergences of this Islamic Caliphate mentality on - back in the 600s and then around 1000 ? George Bush ? Seems to be a systemic , cyclical problem which rears its ugly head every now and then.
[-3] May 26, 2015 at 10:40pm
With useful idiots like Mr. Beck still hosting their depraved propaganda videos, I am not so sure the US is really advancing on the Social Media front.
And, your remark is supposed to pass as an intelligent statement???
May 24, 2015 at 11:14pm
It’s enough just to say “that people denying this basic process, and how we all got here” are offensive (intellectually). Mr. Nye went a bridge too far.
[-6] May 21, 2015 at 6:19pm
What’s really he point of all the countless Blaze stories of someone in some small town no one’s ever heard of using the n-word. Ok the story is covered locally I get it, but the Blaze is a national/international news aggregator.
The reason I ask is that the response is highly predictable; all comments will defend the accused and pile on the victim if there is one.
[-13] May 21, 2015 at 5:34pm
After reading the headline, I thought her punishment would be a guest appearance on Hannity, the go to show for a friendly ear and empathy for all those accused of using the N word or other racial epithets against blacks.
The tried and true defence is to bring up Rev. Sharpton and Rev Jackson making racially insensitive comments against white people and Jews.
Sorry Dopey but this is a liberal public school in a liberal school district staffed by low information liberal voters. This would only make the news if Rachel Maddow or Chris Mathews wanted to take the story.
Luv shootin and eatin honkers!!!!!
Canada is so boring you can only complain about this?
Laid another one of those gooe ygreen goose eggs, eh?
 May 15, 2015 at 11:10am
It wasn’t terse, it was pithy.
And I don’t see the sarcasm since this was one of Mr. Kings better known songs.
May 15, 2015 at 11:06am
They’ve never stopped using money to fund terror groups and neither have the Saudi’s, Qatar, or Egypt. All the Sunni middle east powers are essentially waging a proxy war with Iranian backed terror groups and have been for decades.
Mr. Krauthammer is pretending or playing dumb, by suggesting that the so called Sunni allies at Camp David somehow are not funding their own brand of terror.
It’s not that this is not important or that its not a national security concern for the US, but for the purpose of Iranian Nuclear deal, this needs to be compartmentalized and set aside as a separate issue.
May 15, 2015 at 10:59am
That makes sense since Neocons were former liberals who became extremely hawkish on foreign policy and now identify more with conservatives/Republican s than with liberals/Democrats
But that’s actually irrelevant since in their view every foreign crisis which impacts the US warrants a strong military response, or in other words they’ve never met a war they didn’t like.
[-5] May 15, 2015 at 9:57am
Neocons like Mr. Krauthammer, have been wrong on every single foreign policy issues in the past 15 years, yet the right wing media still takes their foreign policy opinions seriously and breathlessly echoes their every moronic utterance.
It must drive the Krauthammer’s, Kristols, Cheneys, Rumsfelds, & Boltons of this world crazy to hear Misters Bush and Rubio finally concede that Iraq was a mistake (knowing what we know know) since all of them would have still invaded – It was never about the WMDs for these dudes.
Let's grant your argument. What do you say about Obama's assertion that they'll use the money for domestic rather than terror, military and nuclear purposes?
I'd have to agree with Charles that the Gulf State leaders are thinking their goose is cooked.
Goosed, Bwahahahahahaha! Krauthammer a Neocon? He has such moderate views on so many topics I consider him to be closer to a lib at times. Or, was that just a natural reflex on your part?
Goose: I didn't apply the thumbs down but your comment was so terse it implies sarcasm. I get that impression from your other posts. Correct my "impression" if I'm wrong. Thanks.
That's a great tune.
He will be missed.
May 14, 2015 at 5:07pm
Wow interesting, I should attack, Mr. Stephanopoulos, the right wing media darling who channelled Sean Hannity and Steve Maltzberg in his Bill Ayers question to Mr. Obama:
Recall during the April 16 debate, Stephanopoulos asked Mr. Obama:
I want to give Senator [Hillary] Clinton a chance to respond, but first a follow-up on this issue, the general theme of patriotism in your relationships. A gentleman named William Ayers — he was part of the Weather Underground in the 1970s. They bombed the Pentagon, the Capitol, and other buildings. He’s never apologized for that, and, in fact, on 9-11, he was quoted in The New York Times saying, “I don’t regret setting bombs. I feel we didn’t do enough.”
An early organizing meeting for your state Senate campaign was held at his house, and your campaign has said you are friendly. Can you explain that relationship for the voters, and explain to Democrats why it won’t be a problem?
I’d think the wing-nuts would prefer this guy lobbing softballs at the GOP clown show over just about anyone else.
[-1] May 14, 2015 at 12:35pm
Wow that’s interesting, meanwhile Seven or eight factual corrections have been made to Mr. Schweizer’s book.
Wow that's interesting....attack Schwiezer and not Stephanopoulos for being and ABC anchor and a former Clinton advisor that's involved in the financial interests of the wife of his former boss who happens to be running for president....and is the subject of Schwiezer's book bringing light on the questionable activities of the Clinton Foundation and it's donors..one of whom is Stephanopoulos who has donated tens of thousands of dollars himself. Seriously Canary_Goosestepper to call you morally bankrupt is to completely understate the fallen nature of your character. One has to shower after addressing you from all the slime and filth you project.
The party appreciates your work comrade....
[-3] May 11, 2015 at 4:30pm
If the wing-nuts believe that this means anything they are deluding themselves. Even if a picture of Ms. Clinton with live boy or a dead girl comes out tomorrow she still wins in 2016.
And why you may ask. It’s simple, with all her personal faults Mrs. Clinton has one huge advantage over her GOP rivals – She’s not one of them!
So despite her email shenanigans and the ethical muddle known as the Clinton Foundation American voters will gladly take her, considering the alternatives.
Key phrase in your post - "considering the alternatives". There is not one Republican candidate who has actually proposed a tangible real world plan to do anything even vaguely specific. I know it's early in the game and everybody wants to keep their powder dry but all we get from this crowd is trash talk or platitudes.
Candada Goose, how much do you actually know and understand Americans? And frankly, if she does win, you won't have much of a place to vacation anymore...goose.
Ok...so you mean just like millions of people committed suicided voting for Hitler too. When all was said and done. So, yes...people can vote in things against their best long term interest. Another example is in the W.H. at the moment.
Even teachers, Professors and other educators can be fooled and trained or brainwashed or deceived in doing dumb stuff. Again, just look at all the educators during the time Hitler was coming to power. Until later they learned they, as “useful idiots” was no longer needed.
Remember, it s possible to have more education, than intelligence.
May 8, 2015 at 10:10am
Clearly Ms. Geller attempted to incite the exact sort of violence that took place in Garland, Texas.
Free speech is not a license to be stupid; in fact, the very right to free speech depends on the idea that humans are rational subjects. Sure she had the right to do what she did under the notion of the first amendment, but we would never have even had such an amendment without a firm belief that the rights of the citizen should be grounded in reason and not faith.
Jihad Watch Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest had none of the irony, critique, or sarcasm of satire. Satire, of course, can get mean too, but it’s goal is to attack ideas and institutions that deserve critical scrutiny and productive scepticism. Ms. Geller on the other hand t was just being provocative for the sake of provocation. I haven’t seen a single carton published from this so called contest anywhere.
And the "artists" that defile things quite important to Christianity? Are they not just as provocative for the sake of provocation? Double standards are never good and neither is political correctness.
The answer is because it was a PRIVATE gathering and yes she hit a nerve of the Islamic radicals who went there with the intent to kill her and everyone there. Isn't this America where we are covered under First Amendment protection, or is this a country where radicals have to be coddled due to their beliefs? I don't recall seeing that in our Constitution or our rule of law. Maybe our Constitutional scholar Obama could explain it to us, even though he expresses a desire to shred this much envied document,because he claims it hinders his agenda to "Fundamentally Change America." Why and change into what? Socialism,no thanks! I venture to say our Fore Fathers did their jobs with intelligence and passed on words of wisdom that have guided America for a few hundred years, and hopefully will remain our beacon of hope forever!. ,
 May 1, 2015 at 11:44am
You mean to tell me that Mr. Gray didn’t sever his own spine and crush his own larynx while in police custody?
I am shocked!
Did you see his rap sheet? He obviously deserved to die!
You mean to tell me the police officers in question didn't intentionally injure this man due to his race? That it was negligence at worst, or possible a combination of negligence and Gray trying to injury himself while in the back of the vehicle? Yet the thugs in the streets are burning, looting, and attacking based of false charges of racism? Interesting how the left never misses an opportunity to stir up tension to further solidly the black and minority vote. The truth has nothing to do with it, it is elections and power that count.
Now, what will happen if these officers are found innocent of homicide? More rioting? Remember, to the left justice means getting your desired outcome.
[-3] April 30, 2015 at 4:23pm
Or maybe she just saw a bunch or less talented and less intelligent men advancing ahead of her in a fraction of the time that it took her to achieve her success.
They should have just kept their heads down, mouths shut, and just worked harder. Now I and my fellow males have to deal with all these women voters, property owners, not to mention all these women signing contracts all over the place.
It’s just like segregation, if we just listened to the voices of reason all those years ago we wouldn’t have all these problems today.
Yeah look at viewer ratings on Netflix for Gods Not Dead- one out of 5 stars.
Religious filmmakers and their marketing teams use poor critic ratings to appeal to the Christian victimization complex and get butts in seats. The Blaze does an article almost exactly like this for every one of the movies you mentioned, and it seems that no one around here is catching on to the fact that it’s a marketing ploy.
It's ok. It's our money so it shouldn't matter to you. We use after tax dollars to pay admission. If you are so worried about wasteful spending join the Tea party.
Otherwise, STFU about how I spend my money. Got it?