This lib just aced it. So much for “low-information” voters. Of course, I do have a degree in history…
 April 16, 2015 at 6:01pm
Wow…that was a good answer. I’m not a Rubio fan, but he directly answered the question without being vague and still managed to hit all the right talking points. I’m not even a conservative, but that was kind of impressive.
April 14, 2015 at 2:57pm
You have to get a real Katana though. I’d be worried about somebody buying one of those pot-metal replicas and thinking they’re safe.
 April 13, 2015 at 4:26pm
Only problem with that defense is that if you think about it logically that means somebody who was impotent can’t get married either. And what about the barren?
 April 13, 2015 at 4:20pm
This is so ridiculous. It’s just pure and simple fear mongering. I used to ride my bike all over town without my parents worrying. Was this in the 1950s? No! I’m under 40, this was in the late 80s! AND I GREW UP IN FERGUSON. “Oh, but the world is a more dangerous place now!” you reply. Nope, look at the statistics. Crime is much lower now than in the 70s-80s. Paranoia on the other hand is way up. Apparently.
 April 10, 2015 at 5:11pm
“Deadbeat Dad” had just gotten a job, and was going to be able to start getting caught up on payments. He got scared because he’d get fired if he was arrested. Should he have ran? No, but he shouldn’t have been gunned down like a dog either.
[-1] April 9, 2015 at 4:40pm
Once again Matt Walsh shows himself to be an uneducated fascist. He wants to get rid of no fault divorce? Why, so every divorce can be a litigated nightmare and nobody is allowed to move on? Government has no business being in the marriage business anyway, much less dictating how it ends.
As much as I’m in awe of his 3 whole years of marriage, I think I’ll take advice from some of the posters here who were married for 30-50 years instead.
So all black are poor? shall we consider that they have no initiative or work ethic? not capable of earning a decent living? sounds like the thinking back in the 40's.
It's a poor excuse. Why are they high crime areas? Because of the population. Or are you blaming inert objects for the crime rate?
Yet another post taken down by the resident Herr Goebbels of the Blaze. They hate any post which is informative or thought provoking. That is provoking thought in a manner "they" find incongruous to their pattern of thinking.
I do understand that the Blaze is exactly like MSNBC or CNN or any other infortainment outlet. The problem I have is the Blaze purports itself as something completely different and therefore something it definitely is NOT. That would be serious unbiased news.
I mean, you know what you are getting with MSNBC or CNN. They say it up front.
The truth lives here. That's a laugh.
OK. I vented about the duplicitous nature of the Blaze. I don't know why I bother. Everyone that wants to know knows the very same thing.
That being said, correlation is always a factor in causation. Any sane person with a relatively moderate IQ knows this to be true. It just depends on the variance of extent.
This very same line is commonly used by stingy regressives DBA liberal progressives to dismiss facts concerning blacks in particular, but any favored group really. These people are never interested in truth. They are interested in the narrative that promotes the ideology. Facts are irrelevant. Statistics, math and data are likewise irrelevant.
There is NO definitively unbiased study concerning the relationship between poverty and crime. The facts are high crime areas tend to be populated by mostly black or Hispanic residents. That is a certitude, a fact.
When the population changes as it has in reclaimed urban areas in many cities across the US, the crime rates go down. That is a fact. Statistically, blacks have ALWAYS been closely tied to urban blight. THAT IS A FACT.
Take down this post if you wish. The facts will NOT change. Willful ignorance is dangerous.
 March 12, 2015 at 9:12am
I don’t get your point. Are you saying if the police had savagely beat the protestors in Ferguson like the Selma police did this wouldn’t have happened?
March 11, 2015 at 7:19pm
“I’ve followed all the rules of the Bible, even the ones that contradict the other ones!” -Ned Flanders
 March 10, 2015 at 2:48pm
You ever heard that phrase, “You’re not wrong, you’re just an @##hole?” Yeah, that’s kind of what doing open carry in front of a school zone is. Just because you CAN do a thing doesn’t mean you SHOULD do that thing.