“So what’s next? Ban all rifle ammo?”
Don’t think they aren’t headed in that direction. Any chance they can get to limit the ability of citizens to stay armed, they will take it.
 February 26, 2015 at 4:46pm
Unelected bureaucrats seize control of the internet and you don’t have a problem with it, Snow? No debate on the language of the regulation, no election or vote by our representatives… nope.. just.. we want it so we now have it.
 February 26, 2015 at 3:58pm
How about something that is voted on in broad daylight? Rather than something that is done in the dark and in back rooms and has the force of law instituted by unelected bureaucrats.
Probably too much to ask of totalitarians.
 February 26, 2015 at 3:42pm
A fate WORSE than death. You’re a cold man. :P
 February 26, 2015 at 3:14pm
I’ve got a .300 Win Mag that will go through a vest like a hot knife through butter, so will most of my rifle rounds.
 February 26, 2015 at 3:02pm
Also, that paper I don’t think is from the People’s State of Illinois. I think The Blaze got the wrong Springfield.
 February 26, 2015 at 2:53pm
“Christie said. ”Sometimes people need to be told to sit down and shut up.”
Good advice Chrissy… now SIT DOWN AND SHUT THE F UP and go back to eating pie you worthless two faced proglodyte con artist huckster. Better yet.. take a long walk off one of your NJ piers.
What a reasonable even-tempered man. What's wrong with slapping a few people around here and there?
I don't wish him death. Just for him to stay in New Jersey
harsh Cav, let me add. , ”Here I am. I’m still standing.” 5 pies away from collasping
Let's be clear and isn't even an attempt to hide it anymore. Since Reagan, ALL politicians have become similar to Brittany Spears, Milli Vanilli and other artists who either don't sing or who's voices are significantly made better through mixing. That is they are empty suits who dress nice, look nice, speak or rather criticize well, but do very little of anything. Like the aforementioned performers they are merely the promotional front for their promoters and owners who tell them how to dress, look, speak and most importantly vote. We have the best politicians (aka empty suits) that money can buy on both sides of the isle and the average american can't afford them. When you do the research an realize who actually lobbies for and receives the majority of federal spending you will understand why it represents the greatest transfer of wealthy from the low and middle class in the history of the world. And of course the large corporations and wealthy have these empty suits lower taxes so that future generations will have to ultimately come up with the money they and their grandchildren will enjoy. But of course the low information voters still get led around by ideological and belief oriented rhetoric which keeps them from seeing or accepting the reality of what is really going on. Take for example the "food stamp" program. Look who actually lobbies for that huge give away to large corporate food producers and suppliers.
 February 26, 2015 at 2:49pm
We live in an oligarchy of Bureaucratic Agency. At what point will soldiers actually fight for our freedom? I’m probably shouldn’t hold my breath while our current men at arms labors under a lie.
 February 26, 2015 at 2:35pm
They’ll nominate a RINO to run for office that will keep things business as usual.
 February 26, 2015 at 2:20pm
The FCC doesn’t have control over cable TV, nor internet… oh.. wait.. NOW THEY DO.
I am quite sure they will be just as fair and just as the IRS.. Oh Wait…
You fascists need to be hit by a bus… that’s riding on a train.. that’s on fire…
 February 26, 2015 at 2:18pm
It’s not a bill. It’s a regulation. Concocted by unelected bureaucrats.
We live in an oligarchy of unelected Bureaucratic Agency. There is no reprieve from them, there is no petitioning them, there is nothing to stop them.
 February 26, 2015 at 2:15pm
Here’s hoping that AT&T, Verizon, Google, etc etc all sick their lawyers on the FCC.
 February 26, 2015 at 2:02pm
If she was doing this on the “court house steps” I’d have a problem with what they’re doing. But she’s doing to people who are on their private property so she needs to have a little decorum. It’d be the same if someone was blasting the Muslim call to prayer from the street outside her church on Sunday. Do unto others kind of thing.
Oh, but that Muslim call is so serene!
There is simply nothing more beautiful!
I learned all that from our dear leader, BO.
It seems this woman is more about becoming an issue than witnessing for the Lord.
It is interesting to see what these editors select and reject for inclusion in articles about the law enforcement industry.
Senior citizens, husband and wife, Robin and Beverly Bruins, where held at gun point by NV state road pirates and Robin was stripped of his clothes on the road. Why? Well you see the always right, always reasonable, always looking out for the public and tax payer where mindlessly running plates and Robin and Beverly had this beautiful classic Chevy. Well wouldn't you know NV road pirates are incapable of reading plates, reading VIN's and decided this old couple were a threat - all three employees feared for their lives and it is only luck that kept Beverly from being shot when she reached for crutches she needs to walk with.
The documented incompetence of the NV road pirates is all good you see. The supervisors said it was fine and within policy and no one cares because the taxpayer is going to pay for this abuse of this elderly couple.
Once again no matter where you are law enforcement is an ever present danger to you and your family if you are law abiding.
You cannot make up stuff like this. It is just a culture of unaccountability and nihilistic criminal death cult.
 February 26, 2015 at 1:31pm
The government can now decide through regulation what gets what bandwidth. What taxes are levied, and what is “reasonable” for them to fine and regulate on the internet. The FEC is talking about regulating political speech on the internet.
Expect prices to go up universally, and quality to decrease universally as is the history of government meddling.
Look at what happened to Europe’s bandwidth, and it’ll be much worse here.
 February 26, 2015 at 1:26pm
I have a deep affection for dogs and pets. However I have to side with the landowner on this one. Letting your pets roam around to become feral is horrible. If this was just some dog that briefly escaped a back yard, I’d feel different. That doesn’t seem to be the case in this instance. These appeared to be problem animals, and assuming he was truthful, his neighbors were warned.
 February 26, 2015 at 1:18pm
Headline should read, “Feds seize control of the internet.” might as well skip to the ultimate conclusion.
"Feds unConstitutionally Seize Control of the Internet" wouldbe a more appropriate headline.
The ultimate conclusion is already written. - Daniel 2:44
Actually, that is a new beginning. - Daniel 7:13-14
 February 26, 2015 at 1:06pm
@Zap, you mean that secret list that no one is allowed to know who is on or not? Secret government lists on who is allowed to have rights and who isn’t. That doesn’t sound a bit spooky, totalitarian, or Orwellian to you?
February 26, 2015 at 12:58pm
@Max, I don’t think that is correct. I think the rule is “under” indictment. Meaning you are going to trial, or it has been remanded to the prosecutor to take you to trial. Once the court ruling is done, you are no longer “under” indictment.
The “good intention” behind that is that they’re worried some guy will snap and go “I’ll be damned if they try me..” and go shoot up the court. It’s not like if you’re going to shoot up the court that you wouldn’t just get one illegally anyway. https://www.atf.gov/files/forms/download/atf-f-4473-1.pdf
 February 26, 2015 at 12:53pm
Suspected. You are barred from XYZ not because of a court conviction, but just because we think you might be suspicious, and that doesn’t sound a damn bit fascist to you?
As far as the NSA, and the Patriot Act, etc etc…
Fool me once shame on you…
Never $#@ing again.