He wasn't wrong, the guy was using hate speech and interfering with the lawful apprehension of a bad guy.
dzeit: what the hell is hate speech? sticks and stones ...
Everything was fine until the guy stuck his nose into it. The Officers then had to divert their attention to another situation. The situation escalated from a normal enforcement stop into a response mode. Glad it wasn't another Dead Officer.
dzeit – “He wasn’t wrong, the guy was using hate speech and interfering with the lawful apprehension of a bad guy.”
Unfortunately for you police statists, the SCOTUS has confirmed that filming cop in performance of his duty is perfectly legal. So NO, he wasn’t interfering with anything and YES, the cop performed an illegal arrest.
 July 29, 2016 at 10:12pm
It’s not illegal to film cops or call them names. I hope the cop is disciplined and I’m sure the filmer will get an out of court settlement for his unlawful arrest.
There’s more to the story then we’ve been told.
Why did the cop yell at home boy not to say one word as soon as he looked up and saw home boy recording?
The cop knew home boy from a previous encounter.
You looking for trouble, taunting cops is a good way to find it.
They are just a little on edge right now for some reason.
Maybe it is all those funerals of their fellow cops lately? A 78% increase this year.
That would tend to make cops a little high strung.
Home boy needs to find another hobby.
[-1] July 29, 2016 at 5:55pm
If you read my post I did say that trying to pass these voter ID laws has angered black voters and motivated them to vote against Reoublicans. Cause and effect in action.
Then explain the increase in minority voting in southern states after requiring voter ID.
July 29, 2016 at 3:43pm
This decision was made by an appeals court. That means this case has already been tried in a lower court. So the law was probably chdkkrnged right away but has taken 3 years of litigation to get to this decision.
It was heard by three judges of the appeals court. The NC Atty General could file for it to be heard by the FULL appeals court.
[-2] July 29, 2016 at 3:40pm
After getting their butts kicked in 2008 Reoublicans realized that there weren’t enough old white people anymore for them to win a national election. So since changing their policies to expand their voting base was too hard they attempted to make it harder for minorities to vote with voter ID laws. Most of these laws were struck down and angered black voters enough so they voted in record numbers in 2012 and the black voting rate was higher then the white voting rate for the first time. So I’m glad the GOP is still trying to pass these laws. They will just motivate more minorities to vote against them (like Trump wasn’t motivation enough).
You're full of crap. They said voter ID laws in GA were discriminatory as well, and yet since the law was passed, voting by minorities has actually increased. You're just a liberal shill buying the party line and NOT finding out for yourself. Get an education and get off the Demoncrap plantation.
[-16] July 29, 2016 at 3:32pm
Great try not shoot your self in the leg in a Walmart bathroom.
Or end up like Tupac Shakur, that's why you don't keep a loaded gun in the front of your pants, otherwise you might become Onepac.
Remember firearm safety is important, everyone eventually has an accidental discharge, make sure it's not going into something important
@Crazy Travis...Try not to trip on your own tongue...everyone has a right to say stupid things,
but you're abusing the privilege....
As opposed to YOU shooting your mouth off?
Crazy, I'll bet you would be kissing WOLD's boots if he were there to protect you from some terrorists POS bent on ending your life. I know you cannot see it now, but....
Only have been carrying guns for forty plus years yet to shoot anything I did not intend to shoot.
July 29, 2016 at 1:54pm
The abundance of natural gas has damaged coal producers more than anything else. Natural gas is cheaper and burns much cleaner.
Obama and the Democratic party have done more damage to coal producers than anything else, just as Obama promised he would.
Jury is still out on that. While natural gas does burn cleaner and is in greater abundance than coal, too many power plants burn coal and the cost to switch over to nat.gas would be cost prohibitive considering that coal works just as well. Besides, even if nat gas HAS damaged coal producers, Obozo has run a close second and is responsible for driving up the prices on power generation, and you can't deny that!
You ever go to West Virginia?
I went there with Ravens Ministry to deliver goods to very poor folk.
They depend on coal for money, and I like coal for heat.
God put that coal there for us to use.
But, man puts that styrofoam there too.
He He He He let's heat with plastic tonight.
Trump voters, Hildebeast voters. What is the difference?
 July 29, 2016 at 1:51pm
Both are obviously threats but climate change is a more long term problem then Isis and can do more damage in the long term then terrorists. Look at Florida. A terrorist shot 50 people in Orlando which is horrible but at the same time rising ocean levels are threatening to submerge Miami in a few decades and the states drinking water is threatened by the incursion of salt water from the ocean going inland. Which threat will effect more people in Florida?
The climate has been changing since the world first cooled. You know that Arizona used to be underwater, right? The climate is going to change and there ain't a g-d'd thing you or anybody else is going to do about it. Sunspots increase and decrease; El nino and La Nina will alter ocean currents; volcanoes are going to erupt.
It just amazes me, the hubris and gullibility of people who actually believe this global warming/climate change scam. PT Barnum was right. There's one born every minute.
Please explain what the baseline is for the climate.
At what point in time was the climate "correct", as in when was the average earth atmospheric temperature at its norm?
I would be anxious to hear your answer, because if we cannot identify what the earth's climate is supposed to be, how do we know if it is warming or cooling away from its norm.
 July 29, 2016 at 10:18am
I’m not going to see the Bourne movie because it’s the 5th Bourne movie and I was done after 2.
July 29, 2016 at 9:56am
Like you’d stand on your principles if offered $20 million to do a movie.
 July 29, 2016 at 9:33am
It’s amusing the Blaze ran this story about media outlets overblowing conservatives reaction to Bradley Cooper at the DNC. Every other day the Blaze runs stories with headlines like “This will Really Tick Off Liberals” and the stories usually don’t have any liberal tweets as proof of liberal outrage. I’m certainly never angered by any of the stories the Blaze says I should be angered by.
I always find it helpful to know where the Dem on the street gets their absurd notions about us. I mean they can't all just be making up the same lies, someone has to be feeding them this bilge.
That is completely true. The Blaze will question two homeless off the street guys that identify as "Democrat" and pretend that they represent the average liberal.
I am no Democrat, but the Blaze is guilty of generalizing a whole group from a few more than any other outlet.
My favorite is when conservative posters say things like, “this will make liberals’ heads explode,” and then make some completely predictable comment. Dude, no one cares. Or knows who you are. The overinflated sense of power and relevance is strong with the keyboard warrior set.
 July 29, 2016 at 2:45am
Well there were enough people like you so Trump won the GOP nomination. Luckily there aren’t enough angry white guys for trump to win in November.
July 29, 2016 at 2:39am
The Old Testament isn’t too kind to unbelievers either.
You misspelled "the wicked".
The Old Testament took place in a different culture and to people with extremely different mindsets than we have today. Yes, some brutal stuff happened (to Gentiles and Jews alike), but there were reasons for it if you look at the context.