I'm loving this debate. Ted let those MSNBC know how stupid they are! Carly also did well, and I would love nothing more than seeing her or Ted take on Hitlary!
Church, you said exactly what I was going to say. Loved Cruz when he called out the moderaters, tired of Trump thinking he can do it all and better than anyone else. He has helped so much with telling it like it is and being my voice at times, but Sir....you just are not my president. PS, Carson is a brilliant man, but dang, he is so monotone and quiet, I just can't get excited about him. Cruz for President 2016!!
[-1] September 11, 2015 at 11:41pm
I like Governor Jindall, but do not understand the “outrage” over the positive tweet Trump made wishing Governor Perry well in his future endeavors. Would he have been happier with “First one down, who’s next?” . I found Jindalls follow up tweet much less classy than I would have expected from him.
I guess no one remembers all the nasty things that were said between obama and hillary during the campaign. Afterwards she was the greatest thing to come along.
 September 11, 2015 at 11:26pm
Senator Paul’s decision to support the reelection of Mitch McConnell over a very worthy conservative primary opponent makes his judgement of the character of other people highly suspect. Sorry, Rand, you don’t get my vote, and it has nothing whatsoever to do with Mr. Trump.
Please understand politics. If Rand didn't endorse McConnell, he would have lost a lot of voters in Kentucky. If he didn't support McConnell, he would have gotten in trouble by someone very powerful. Recognize that Rand is a conservative libertarian, which is a philosophical enemy of establishment conservatives, and has been a strong voice in congressional term limits to stop career politicians, which McConnell is. Judge Rand by his philosophy, his Senate votes, and his beliefs, not politics crap. Ramd unfortunately is in a very tough spot.
 August 26, 2015 at 10:02pm
True, they don’t ask, they just take.
 August 26, 2015 at 9:53pm
Did you say “boy”? Is that PC? We better check the currently banned words and phrases…..
Yeah – the Blaze keeps censoring the word r-e-t-a-r-d-s when I mention GOVERNMENT….
It just hit me…what’s wrong with the word “BOY”…they don’t censor the word “GIRL”…well I’ll see when I hit the “post” button…
 August 26, 2015 at 9:48pm
“My favorite word is……The Word”
May 18, 2014 at 3:33pm
Huskies don’t think they are cats, they think they are HUMAN. Having owned two Huskies, I didn’t find these pictures surprising at all. Except maybe for the ones where the husky was inside of the box. Otherwise, I could supply similar pictures of both of my dogs. I must say that it was an absolutely beautiful animal.
March 8, 2013 at 5:56am
This is more a test for Congress than a limit on this President. He doesn’t let the law keep him from doing what he wants to do. It will be interesting to note how the voting goes. Still ashamed of Senators Graham (from my state) and McCain (who got my vote in 2008) for their reaction to Senator Rand Paul’s courageous stand.
February 25, 2013 at 6:23pm
This change will not mean a thing for the census questionnaires printed in Spanish.
Since you mentioned spanish,where is the box for that?I was told B Of A was having spanish/mexican people checking White box when applying for loan.Does that mean that i am also spanish? if not, i would like my own box please.Btw black people could make things a lot easier if they would pick a description and stick with it already.:)
February 11, 2013 at 9:56pm
OK, I don’t get it. Happy now? I suppose you can continue to believe that you are superior now.
February 11, 2013 at 9:53pm
Fashion show? It looked more like a Sci-fi convention.
February 11, 2013 at 9:44pm
If one believes that God plays a role in choosing a Pope, then for this Pope to walk away feels like he is putting his will before the will of God. Throughout the Bible, many of those who God chose to lead His people felt unworthy or “not up to the task”, but they carried out the mission God gave them anyway. They walked in faith. As a Catholic, I am sad that this Pope does not chose to do this. I admire his predecessor, whose suffering in his later years was so obvious and intense, but who believed that God had placed him there, and God would remove him at the proper time.
God chose King Saul then another David to rule. Saul did have to step aside. Not saying this is the same but I see your point. Heres another. I see this in the complete opposite, that the man recognizing his failing health and energy, humbly stepped aside so another could take his seat. I saw nothing unholy or against God in this matter. We all make decisions everyday, not everyone of them pleasing to God or the direction he wants for us, but remember God makes all things good. We are on Gods time table, maybe he did place this on the Popes heart to step down...I think it shows great humility and says "I'm not all that". He is just a man don't forget and even pastors step aside and retire.
I am very respectful of the decision he made. With everything that is going on in the world today, it will take a leader of great strength and strong will to face the challenges. Thanks to Pope Benedict for his service to us all.
Saul was a king not a prophet or religious leader.
You may want to consider that it was god who gave him the strenght to walk away.That God choose this not the Pope.It takes much more strenght to admit shortcomings and failings than virtues and sucesses.It also is a very altruistic act.To put others [in this case the entire world wide catholic church]ahead of yourself is far more difficult and shows a profound faith.
May God reward him and protect him from harm.He is very deserving of it.
Note I'm not catholic have never been nor will probaly ever be.Yet this inspires me that all hope isn't lost.Faith does still exist.
February 4, 2013 at 7:05am
I miss the National Anthem being sung as such. Hearing one Diva after another trying to turn it into a Pop Song makes me tired.
Alicia Keyes sounded like a lounge singer. The only things missing from her rendition were a lit cigarette in an ash tray on top of the piano, a glass of Scotch on the rocks, and a hazy, dimly lit room.
She did a good job. Nothing wrong with singing it the "normal" way, but singing it differently is fine to. Changing it up so it's not sung the same boring way year after year is a good idea.
February 4, 2013 at 7:00am
The Go Daddy commercial made me gag. Sorry. Just not what I needed to see. The Paul Harvey ad, and the Oprah one, were great. Tide was fun. Clydesdale ads are always Budweisers best offerings. I think I will always remember their Clydesdale 9/11 tribute ad.
February 4, 2013 at 6:52am
John Paul, Paula’s long as I have control of a channel changer, I will use it. When it is on every channel, I will use the power switch. When that, too, has been removed, I will close my eyes and pray. I refuse to ” absorb”.
February 3, 2013 at 10:59pm
The channel was changed where I was also. Little puppies on a football field was decidedly better viewing than another propaganda appearance by our Dear Leader. In fact, whenever political agenda was detected in the pregame shows, it was back to the puppies. Can’t Super Bowl Sunday just be about FOOTBALL?
February 2, 2013 at 3:33pm
A total distraction from the fact that the leftist hero, Mr. “Several MILLION Degrees” Gore, has turned out to be the fraud who has been successfully separating the “Man-made climate change” fools from THEIR money. You keep going, Mr. Beck. There are lots of folks out here who believe that TRUTH MATTERS.
BTW – Who knew Bill Maher was a birther?
February 1, 2013 at 8:41pm
I believe the TV commercial for WWP I had seen repeatedly (but curiously, not recently) was Trace Adkins singing “Say a prayer for peace….” One would be led to believe that people of faith were the folks they were trying to appeal to. Maybe they have had a change of heart. What a shame. I am sure the wounded warriors they serve believed that freedom OF religion was one of the values they were fighting for.
September 2, 2012 at 8:35am
One man can write an autobiography filled with untruths and imaginary characters and the media thinks that is fabulous, and the book is still listed as non-fiction. But another man makes a mistake about how long it took him to run a marathon 20 years ago in an off the cuff interview and HE is a Liar! Amazing.
September 1, 2012 at 8:32pm
He didn’t brew that!! But seriously, it’s nice to see Obama looking ahead to a post-White House career. Ironically, again with the Obama/Carter synergy – only this time BILLY Carter.