But he’ll take credit for the finished part of the fence that was started under bush.
 July 2, 2015 at 10:48pm
According to them it would take 197ish days or 6 months of work to fulfill the request. With someone working 24/7 so she’d get the emails as quickly as congress is getting Lois learner’s emails.
 July 2, 2015 at 4:55pm
but ask a lib about it and they say no, even though Darwinism says other wise.
 June 30, 2015 at 10:11pm
He and Bernie Sanders would get along
 June 30, 2015 at 7:43am
He said “Bernie sanders a better option”. … we’re doomed…..
 June 29, 2015 at 7:57pm
Hmm… I’m watching that video while waiting for a x-ray tube to finish calibrating. I’m thinking what would happen if I drop the x-ray tube, which is nothing more than a giant LED, into liquid nitrogen….. would I just get a higher dose, or would it boost it to the next wavelength gamma rays.
Most likely it would explode, and then the 40KV to 150KV running across it would start arcing to everything which would be a nice light show.
An x-ray tube emits differently as where electrons are actually being stripped from atomic particles rather than falling to a lower state and emitting a photon. Gamma ray production is a whole new level of quantum physics that follows a different set of rules. You are correct about the VHV and a lightshow however.
Dat’s what I’m talkin bout. A wise and patient investor could be making some outstanding financial decisions. When they finally outlaw assault rifles, and someday they will – you watch and see – some folks who made wise investments will be sitting on a virtual gold mine.
For example, I used to have a Daewoo K2 Assault rifle…first assault rifle I ever had. Kept it a half dozen years and wanted a new drum kit so I sold it. Paid about $450 for it new in 1985 and sold it for $450 in 1991/92. Then the 1994 Assault Rifle Ban went into effect and the K2 I sold a year or two earlier was going for close to $1500.
 June 28, 2015 at 4:32pm
Hmm…. I remember Glen saying this would happen at least two years ago…. And people said he was a crazy, it would never happen.
No, the JV can't even get out of Syria, remember? They're no threat to Iraq. They're no threat to America.
These are the EXTREMISTS in islam, not the majority of peace-loving muslims the world over. Get with it people.
Islam is the religion of peace.
 June 23, 2015 at 6:36pm
I live in Maine, I was asked to sign a petition to ban fracking in the state.
I asked “why?”
They gave me the typical green responses, so I asked “no, why ban it in the state of Maine?”
They looked at me like I was stupid, so I told them there is no shale in Maine to frack so why ban it?
They said uhh with a blank expression on their face.
Then I walked away, because I knew I was hurting their brains by asking why.
I always found it fascinating that progressives believe in science and Darwinism above all else. But fail to notice that humans are also animals and we tend to fall into the same patterns time after time.
 June 23, 2015 at 2:29pm
“authors recommend more research”
AKA…. GET ME A BIGGER BONG!!!
 June 23, 2015 at 12:23pm
I don’t know I remember parachute pants.
 June 22, 2015 at 6:14am
They did with Sarah Palin putting targets on weak incumbents after Gabriel Giffords got shot. But since it’s someone in GOP I guess it’s ok now.
 June 19, 2015 at 8:51am
Countries in Europe have been using Google Earth to look at people’s property to see if they had any construction on their houses, so the government can increase the property taxes. It will be only a matter of time before the state, local and federal governments start doing that here too.
An interesting argument. However in protecting our borders it would s appropriate. Imagine a government worker using an accurate and free tool in the execution of their duties. She might want to be careful and not be too efficient, Obama might get rid of her.
I don’t see a problem with using Google Earth or any other satellite imagery to verify behavior and presence off of one’s private property.
I would have a problem with using it for purposes of “watching” someone or finding evidence against someone on/in their own person or their own personal property unless the authorities had a properly-issued search warrant for cause prior to using it.
It would seem to me that it would fall under the “illegal search and seizure” aspects of Constitutional law.
It's already been done here.