Since when did we have to start editing the word ****?
EDIT: Oh wow… imagine that
 November 26, 2014 at 2:27pm
Watching this just makes you wonder: What is the point?
What are they trying to accomplish by smashing in windows and setting things on fire?
I see the people crawling out from the building w the red crosses on it with arms full of clothes and it just makes it so obvious this has nothing to do with Brown, or justice, or politics or anything. It’s just a reason for them to act crazy, break stuff, and hopefully get some free stuff in the middle of it all.
I just watch it and think : If you truly are ‘outraged’ by what happened… what does this rioting and looting have to do with getting justice? What does it have to do with anything? That’s like I’m mad at Taco Bell for making my food wrong, so I’m gonna go burn the shed down in my neighbors yard…
simple...looters are shot...have or throw a malakoff cocktail? ...yep, you guessed it...
let the business owners defend their property using deadly force...after the first few
looters fall the others should loose interest in obtaining the free stuff they were promised at the rallies
 November 26, 2014 at 2:20pm
Yea I couldn’t believe the dude didn’t attack him from behind… if i was the one standing up protecting the PapaJohns I def wouldn’t have let the second guy behind me.
 November 13, 2014 at 12:53pm
That’s a guy?
 November 12, 2014 at 11:29am
Exactly. Compromising with incrementalists is still losing.
Just like they wanted to “compromise” on gun laws…
“Hey we want to confiscate and destroy all guns (except those of criminals and gov’t employees)… but we’ll settle for universal registration, magazine limits, and a hosts of other things that violate your rights”
Luckily we shut that down… but even if we went along with it, they’d be back in a couple years wanting to “compromise” some more
 November 10, 2014 at 4:24pm
The ones on Kurt’s twitter don’e seem to be laughing. They seem to be angry, and wishing death upon him for his option, like the OP stated.
November 10, 2014 at 4:16pm
I can’t remember what exactly the topic was, but Stu talked about ‘consensus’ in the scientific community a while back. There was some made up name, and ridiculous study that made no sense, and there were (i dont remember the number exactly) but 70 scientist who approved it and ‘agreed’ with it…
Just like with global warming now days.
 November 10, 2014 at 4:14pm
So there are no scientific laws? Only theories?
Never heard that one before.
 November 10, 2014 at 4:07pm
Wouldn’t both evolution and creation both be ‘spontaneous presence’?
 November 10, 2014 at 2:49pm
If you really entered your information on the .gov website, you better go get a LifeLock account asap.
November 10, 2014 at 8:32am
I believe it was D’Shaun Jackson (or however u spell his name) has done it once, if not twice in the NFL. I’m pretty sure it’s Jackson… I know it was an Eagles WR at the time (a few years ago)
 May 20, 2014 at 9:18am
What is an “assault rifle”?
And if we better not carry them because people are afraid to see guns then you might as well just say “Don’t carry guns because people are afraid of guns”.
Luckily I don’t decide which rights I should exercise based on what someone else may be afraid of. Personally, I wouldn’t go around carrying a rifle of any kind (even an “assault rifle” if I can ever figure out what that is) because it’s impractical and too heavy to be convenient for me, but that’s my choice… I didn’t make that decision based on the irrational fears of others.
 May 20, 2014 at 9:13am
What’s an “assault rifle”?
[-1] May 14, 2014 at 11:19am
If death entered the world through Adam… how did we have billions of years of death before Adam was here?
Choose Creation or Evolution… but Theistic Evolution (at least based on Christian theology) makes the least sense. You can’t believe what the Bible says and believe there were million/billions/trillions (whatever the number is this month) years before Adam was even here.
You either have to say Genesis isn’t true… and if it’s not true, then why believe any of it?
Or you have to say God created a world that was imperfect, with death already here, which would imply an imperfect creator…so again, why would you believe any of it?
Is your faith so tenuous that you cannot acknowledge that the Bible was written, edited and censored by (well meaning) men? Your "either/or" position is based on a straw-man argument. It is YOU who are putting limits on God and what he can or cannot do.
@CCS if you admit that he bible was written, edited and censored by men isn't it valid to think that some of what the bible says today doesn't exactly have the same meaning as the original texts?
So is the bible 100% right and the word of god or is that not so much the case?
Beliefs by definition have to be rooted in some degree of knowledge or understanding. And when ones knowledge or understanding progresses they alter their beliefs that are no longer valid. This is what rational though is. When will people accept the fact that the bible like other religious and early philosophical writings were an attempt to explain the higher force or energy in the universe. The reality is we still at this point don't have a clue what the higher force or energy is and probably could not understand it, if it was revealed to us. Perhaps if you viewed the bible as a developmental or progressive step towards true enlightenment you might advance. But tethering yourself to the bible as though it is the literal end all and be all relative to explaining this higher force or energy in the universe is, well irrational at best.
May 8, 2014 at 4:24pm
Come on Blaze, don’t fall into calling everything conservatives stand for ‘anti’ like the MSM.
the sign says:
I think the sign says
it’s not an ANTIgay sign… it’s a pro-Christian sign
 May 8, 2014 at 4:10pm
I wouldn’t scream (or screech) and yell, and run at you and assault you over it.
 May 8, 2014 at 4:09pm
This student didn’t “stand up for his rights”, he attempted to assault someone… I only say attempted bc he seems so unstable that he was barely able to stand most of the time.
If you stood in front of my church with an offensive sign, I would likely shake my head and keep going, maybe approach you and speak with you. Ask you what basis you have for such an opinion… at worst I may make a sign refuting your sign and stand next to you… I would scream (or screech) and yell, and run at you and assault you over it.
The student wasn’t ‘standing for his rights’, he was sent into a violent rage over the fact that someone else was exercising their rights with an opinion he didn’t agree with.
 May 8, 2014 at 3:59pm
That’s what the Fed Gov’t does… puts regulations/fees/fines on something, then grants waivers to it… then if you don’t do what they want, they pull their waivers. It’s called extortion.
 May 8, 2014 at 3:57pm
We were already above the national average even with the amount of DoE we have currently (pre common core)… I wish we would just abolish the DoE. Why does the federal gov’t need to tell everyone in every state what they should learn? I know why but it’s not the reason they say
 May 8, 2014 at 3:52pm
Being from Indiana I was glad we ‘paused” it, then went through with repealing it… but I’m afraid the same thing will happen here that happened in Texas. They’ll rename it and we’ll still be doing the same thing.
This whole extortion by the Fed Gov’t gets old, that’s why I tell people the Fed Govt is like the mob. They give you something and then they own you. Even Brad Oliver is saying we can’t lose our waiver, etc.
“You’ve got a really good waiver here, Indiana… it’d be a shame if something happened to it… I can make sure you can keep that waiver in tact for a small, nominal fee…”