They don't want ban people under 21, just under about age 8-9. They're okay with kids old enough to behave themselves.
 July 26, 2014 at 10:10am
“I don’t have all the facts yet but obviously the salon staff acted stupidly.”
 July 17, 2014 at 11:26am
If I were constructing a building for my business I think I would put two normal bathrooms at the back (toilet, sink, diaper changing station). They wouldn’t be labeled men or women; anyone could use either. Knock on the door and if it’s vacant, go in. That solves this kind of problem and is likely cheaper than building two large bathrooms.
 July 2, 2014 at 12:55am
“Do you realize that this SCOTUS judgment opens the door to companies enacting Sharia law?”
Who cares? Guess where I won’t work then.
“We have heard that Subway (the sandwich joint) has been serving hallal meat in englad for a while now.”
Who cares? They can serve a foot long Spam and soy cheese if they want to.
“How long until a multi-culti conglomerate mandates Sharia amongst it’s employees now that the conservatives on the Supreme Court have dictated that it is A-OK?”
Again, who cares? Guess where I won’t work.
 June 29, 2014 at 12:05am
There is the possibility that this is what he’s seen people do in the movies and thought that is how a shotgun works.
 June 22, 2014 at 10:09am
How about NO. The second a gun shows up, we loose all credibility. Look at the Open Carry Texas idiots. For some unexplainable reason they believe they are helping the cause when, in reality, they are hurting it far more than Bloomberg spending millions on his anti-gun agenda. The best way to win hearts and minds is to rationally explain your position not jam your pet rifle in someone’s face and demand they support you. It’s the same with Washington DC.
We are living in a time when the movie Idiocracy appears to be happening for real. The only way to effect real change is to explain your position and its benefits to the people directly. Yes, it will take time. The progressives have been “transforming” the country for 100 years. It will take time to reverse this trend and it can be done. But not at the point of a bayonet.
 June 22, 2014 at 9:45am
Night of the long knives. #history
June 12, 2014 at 12:11am
Looks like a S&W M&P15-22.
 May 20, 2014 at 7:00pm
They are fighting back. Remember the “lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court late last week” part of the story? What you are implying is more akin to the Black Bloc anarchist methods which will serve no purpose other than to destroy the liberty movement AND give the government a reason to really crack down. Whether you can comprehend it or not, the way of MLK, militant nonviolence (which is what Glenn is espousing) is the only way to win. Your way ends very badly.
April 17, 2014 at 8:27pm
wait, if someone in the home was killed, doesn’t the driver get charged as accessory?
March 12, 2014 at 6:26pm
“Wiser was arrested and jailed for illegal conveyance of a weapon onto a school ground, a Class 5 felony.” Does this mean ANY EMT or Firefighter can be arrested for carrying an edged weapon onto school grounds? I’d argue it’s not a weapon but a tool since it’s used for cutting seat belts… by EMTs and Firefighters. Hell, the hip pouch I carried as an EMT came with a Buck knife.
January 21, 2014 at 10:00am
As we’ve learned in the TV show Supernatural, iron will make a ghost disappear temporarily. So maybe this ghost gun shoots iron core bullets. I’d mount a shotgun under it with rock salt shells (same effect as iron).
November 20, 2013 at 6:56pm
?? WTF ??
October 26, 2013 at 7:47pm
You know how we did it in jr high in the mid 80s? We had color coded buttons with numbers (red button, #313) on them. You got on the bus that showed a red button with #313 on it. It cost pennies. I guess that since the button idea doesn’t cost a million dollars, it won’t work.
But I do know GPS tracking students getting on and off buses is part of common core which is likely why they are being used.
Carlschulz: you are exactly right! This is all part of Common Core. I have no idea how to wake up the American people to the evilness of Common Core.
September 25, 2013 at 12:00pm
I recently took my handgun class (my last certificate expired a long time ago) and I was told by the trainer that many police departments have a policy of arresting everyone involved in a “gun crime” and sorting it out later. Perhaps in this case, it “arrest everyone and let the court decide if they are guilty of a crime.” Either way, we’re headed down a dark path.
September 15, 2013 at 3:59pm
Is she retarded? I ask that in the most clinical sense of the word because that’s the only reason I can think of for her not going to the police immediately.
September 3, 2013 at 10:37am
Hey Blaze crew, the title question is asked incorrectly. By definition, posting photos voicing their opinion on Syria can’t be treason. A court-marshal offense, dereliction of duty, etc, sure. But not treason.
I say it’s freedom of speech. But at the same time, they signed a contract and agreed to live by the rules of the UCMJ. Does anybody know if they could claim conscientious objector status?
They can claim it but doesn't mean it will be granted. It's ultimately up to the government whether or not to grant it, just like it's up to the government to decide which of its own orders is or is not lawful.
September 1, 2013 at 5:45pm
September 1, 2013 at 10:37am
You forget, it’s never his fault. It’s Bush’s fault. “well look, let me be clear. What we’ve said in the past was is we inherited these sky noises and they are much worse than we were told. Now, I told my government to come up with the best possible solutions but the government shutdown the Republicans are threatening us with will make it hard to solve the problem.”
August 30, 2013 at 11:35pm
So, does this mean he’s for the Iraq war again?
“We have a body of information, including past Syrian practice, that leads us to conclude….” You know, that sounds kind of familiar. Almost as if that argument has been used by an administration before.