Capt: Could be. I'll grant you that you're input is better than what we were spoon fed from the Gerber Baby food jar.
 November 30, 2015 at 8:24am
Nobody was killed at PP. (Except for the innocent babies.) He did not attack the PP, he attacked elsewhere, and fled to the PP. No one in the PP was harmed. This story is grossly in error when it says in the very first line, “On the day that a gunman attacked a Colorado Planned Parenthood facility, Mike Adams was in North Carolina.” That gunman never attacked the PP.
that still all conjecture , but the criminal is still alive at least for now. and who knows he might just talk. useally most of this type of attacks the perp is dead
 November 25, 2015 at 2:28pm
These countries keep their women and children subjugated and create violence. I’m not saying patriarchy is inherently bad, but when taken to the extreme, you end up with islam. The men can do no wrong and the children and women have to take what they’re given. Is that compatible with Americanism? No. We have tried to stamp out abuses like that in America, and here we are importing it again.
let's see, what was that definition of insanity? Oh yea, when you do the same thing over and over but expect different results. Sounds like liberalism/Kommon Kore education to me.
 November 25, 2015 at 10:43am
Especially among those responsible, law abiding citizens involved in this case, right?
 November 24, 2015 at 2:04pm
“Judge not…” seems to be the place where many people stop reading their Bible. God tells us to separate from those that are openly in sin, so there has to be some form of judgment taking place. By reading two words of the New Testament and using them out of context, you invalidate your argument.
 November 24, 2015 at 11:55am
I agree with the sentiment.
 November 20, 2015 at 2:41pm
It’s amazing, but the headline is just another way to try to cover their butts. He didn’t say it. He was responding to an ill-founded question about something he didn’t reply to in a separate interview. It was a set up to begin with. There’s a Breitbart story that sums it up nicely.
That was my first thought too. There are too many people that are trying to stir up strife. Look at all the anti-gay crimes that come to light as being self-inflicted. “Racist” crimes have been seen to go that way as well. This is some protester that wants to make some noise like Yale and Mizzou.
 November 20, 2015 at 8:25am
“Most news organizations require reporters refrain from commenting on policy issues in a partisan way.”
Was this a joke? I don’t get it.
November 19, 2015 at 2:40pm
Good to know. I was not aware of that.
November 19, 2015 at 2:24pm
He could just refuse to sign it. If he vetoes it, it can go through the process of being overturned. If he just doesn’t sign it, it never becomes law and nothing happens.
Have you noticed how much they look like Obama when he had his hair cut just like that when he was working for Bill Ayers. Why...they could all be Muslims or family members.
CaptMickeyd, You win the internet for today.
Most likely they were helping to smuggle Muslims into the USA and they don't care if the Muslims are terrorists or not. After their jail terms are over, please deport these guys!
I also notice the article didn't say where they were from. If it was a terrorist friendly, that is a muslim state, you can rest assured the money they madde went at least partially to a terrorist organization.
I’m virtually certain I went to high school and played soccer with 2 of those guys. They’re from Somalia but were definitely Muslim.
 November 13, 2015 at 11:20am
Todd P. you are wrong. I’m not catholic, and I’m not an atheist, but the term “immaculate conception” implies that Mary herself was conceived without sin. Where catholics get the idea that conception is inherently sinful, when we know that “Marriage is honourable in all, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge,” is a mystery. However, they believe this, and they believe that Mary had to be a “perfect” person to be the vessel by which Jesus was brought into the world. (Note to catholics, Mary sinned. Just saying. She was a human being.) So, because Mary had to be perfect, in their minds, and because conception produces “inherently sinful” people, they had to come up with a way that Mary could be perfect. So, without any Biblical proof at all, they decided to announce that somehow, miraculously, the act that created every person born on this earth since Adam and Eve was somehow different for Mary’s parents, and they produced a sinless child who would be the perfect vessel to give birth to Jesus Christ.
I know, it’s confusing. And it’s a load of horse manure. However, you insisting on defining it as something it isn’t is embarrassing to those of us Christians that actually know what catholic doctrine is, and how to counter it. Please, do a bit of research from here on out if you plan on arguing with the big boys.
 November 13, 2015 at 10:55am
Oooohhhh, lawdy, somebody done left the plantation. Get that girl back over here, or she might start spreadin’ common sense to the rest of them Democrat slaves!!!!