Maybe if he didn’t constantly talk out of both sides of his mouth, (as is typical of muslims, exemplified by Yassir Arafat, e.g.), he might be believable. But as it is, he is a known liar that cannot be trusted to defend the best interests of this country.
Consequently, everything he does and says is suspect.
 May 19, 2015 at 10:03am
Distributing marijuana is a felony? Even though its legal in many places?
Doesn’t make sense.
(Btw, I have never used marijuana, and have no intention to start.)
It's not legal in many places in the united states. It's legal in VERY FEW places in the united states. He knew what he was doing. He didn't plead insanity. Although you have to be pretty stupid to be in the border patrol and start selling drugs. Going to jail is BAD for any law enforcement. He's gonna get his sphincter stretched by every sur trece in san quentin. Or do they have some kinda club fed for these guys?
 May 19, 2015 at 9:46am
I was thinking that since the first time I saw him on an internet news blurb.
They insist on accentuating his prosthetics. As you say, everyone knows.
Dress like a ballroom dancer, not Robinson Crusoe!
Norm wore the same suit on cheers... nobody complained.
 May 6, 2015 at 7:01pm
Where does this even come from?! We never would have dreamed of doing anything even remotely like this when I was in high school, and I graduated in 1977! Completely ghastly, completely inappropriate.
 April 30, 2015 at 10:16pm
Completely convoluted “study”.
They don’t know the reason why anyone would google-search a particular term, they just project, conjecture, guess.
Furthermore, in a couple of the very red areas with which I am very familiar, blacks have plenty of freedom to smoke, drink and eat whatever they want, sometimes courtesy of the taxpayer, and perhaps THAT is why the mortality rates are higher. Sometimes one pays a much higher price for free stuff than they at first realize.
And they didn’t even mention the multiple shootings that occur every day.
Funny, they don’t count the number of aborted babies in their “mortality rates”.
Not an ounce of sexism was even implied by anything I said. You either have a less than working knowledge of the English language, or are seeing things that are not there.
 April 6, 2015 at 9:35pm
Just catch a whole bunch of the little minnows and throw them into an aquarium at one of the many zoos in California; they will do what critters do, multiply . Poof – Saved. Now the water can be used for the crops: Almond, olive and citrus trees that take years to mature, grapevines same, only to be made dead by idiotic government policies.
April 6, 2015 at 9:24pm
Unfortunately, in California — and most of the rest of the country by this point — their idea of “Planning” comes directly from the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, the infamous Rio Conference of 1992. Its all bad
 April 5, 2015 at 10:32am
“Bush did it! Bush did it!”
If it wasn’t ok when “Bush did it”, why is it ok now?
April 5, 2015 at 10:23am
They already could do that — and a lot of other things — under the Shah. But who needs modernizers when you can live in the 7th century?
I only got through half of the podcast of Friday's show before Glenn Beck started his Elmer Gantry impersonation and I had to switch. If Glenn is incapable of putting aside his messiah complex long enough to tell us some information that sounds like it's pretty important he needs to have another member of his staff handle these interviews. He can go off and proselytize on a different day. Plus it doesn't help your case against dangerous religious fanatics when you're sounding like one yourself.
 March 27, 2015 at 10:08am
Whether mental illness, Islam connected, or pure evil, I predict all airlines will find themselves suffering in business after this, as fliers will never know who to trust and will suspect all. Can’t blame them.
 March 25, 2015 at 7:14pm
Grandma, you are on the right track! Even if it teaching/showing them the difference between an oak, a maple and a dogwood tree, how flowers are pollinated. Kids today are so far removed from nature that it is frightening! Gads, when I was a kid, – and my mom was no scientist, but she had a firm grasp of the world around her – she taught us things even when we were still in strollers, all manner of things… I see people today pushing a pram in their little spandex clothes, carrying their water bottles, while talking on their phones… as if their poor little babes aren’t even part of the picture!
 March 25, 2015 at 7:05pm
A young acquaintance who works/volunteers for AmeriCorps mentioned that he was encouraged to apply for Food Stamps, as AmeriCorps considered it part of his compensation/stipend.
Most young 20-somethings can be talked into almost anything. They weren’t raised to have a spine, nor work ethic, nor character. They were fed “self-esteem” in school, but have no concept of how to gain self-respect … or, I would add, even why that would be necessary.
If you’ve never experienced it, then you don’t really know what you are missing. The education system and the media over the last 50 years have a lot to answer for.
 March 25, 2015 at 6:59pm
Haha! Indeed, they can’t change a tire, they’ve got their heads too deeply into their smartphones.
Where did this attitude come from? Not sure. Having observed patterns all my life, I still can’t say, but I will say this: Sesame Street debuted in Nov 1969; MTV debuted in 1981. I don’t feel I can trust anyone under 50 at this point…. Well, no, but there are very few. The few under 50′s mentioned are as disgusted as I am. A big part of it depends on where and how one was raised.
 March 25, 2015 at 6:53pm
It will last for generations. It already has.
 March 25, 2015 at 6:50pm
Working = dignity and self-respect.
I had an accident a couple of months ago, which broke my body up pretty good. I finally get to go back to work next week. I am so excited, I’m smiling all the time!
 March 25, 2015 at 6:16pm
Me too. It was the darndest thing. Boat burnt down on the bay.
 February 21, 2015 at 12:04am
Not having a tv, or wanting to waste my time waiting on online videos of them, I’ve never Seen a White House press briefing. So, based on all the still photos I’ve seen of Josh Earnest at these events, my question is this: Does he ever actually look anyone in the eye when he replies to a question? It never looks from the stills as if he does, always like he’s looking at a point in space. Is this guy autistic? Nothing against autistic people, just wondering.