Once a Muslim, always a Muslim. There is no way to leave the faith other than death.
[-2] February 5, 2016 at 4:38pm
“Don’t tolerate hate. Stand up for your Muslim neighbors,”
“Don’t tolerate hate. Stand up for your Christian neighbors,”
“Don’t tolerate hate. Stand up for your Atheist neighbors,”
 February 5, 2016 at 4:23pm
Our Liberal education system in full display. They are not being taught what they need to know in order to function in society. How they got into college is a mystery to me.
 February 5, 2016 at 4:11pm
Blaming the locals for the immigrants’ behavior? How Liberal. It is the victims’ fault for being victims, innocent victims. There is no cohabitation between Muslims wishing to practice their religion of “peace” and Christians who actually practice peace.
 February 5, 2016 at 4:06pm
Offended or not offended, that is in the mind of the listener. If Muslims can’t handle some criticism, then they should not be tolerated or pandered to. We are all subject to criticism our entire lives, they are no different. Why is it so important now to not be offensive? Perhaps tolerance comes from intelligence, and lack of intelligence is a front runner to being easily offended. That is how it seems these days.
Our President goes into a mosque and tells the people that we should not be critical of anyone because of their religion. How about the criticism he and his people throw at Christians? Does this only apply to ONE religion? No one religion is any more or less important than another. Unless that religion teaches and promotes killing, in which case it must be rejected.
 February 4, 2016 at 2:57pm
Of course you argued for Cruz, Glenn. You are endorsing him after all. So why should we believe you? Every other media outlet that endorses a candidate or party shows strong bias toward that candidate or party. We all know that, as you and Rush have also preached for so many years. Now you are one of those you’ve been preaching to us about. So, it is very difficult to accept what you say about any candidate as truth, or even undistorted facts.
Well, for that matter why would you believe what someone says that is not endorsing anybody? At least you know where Glenn stands and can take what ever he says with your own percentage of skepticism.
I have to laugh at those that accuse O'Reilly of secretly endorsing different people every day. They are doing the same thing you are doing here, focusing on what you percieve to be their bias instead of the answers and reactions of the person that is the focus of their attention. Beck and O'Reilly, Cooper, Maddow, etc are not running for the presidency!
 February 4, 2016 at 2:51pm
Have you seen the anti-Rubio ads where they show pictures of Rubio and the Gang of 8 giving a press conference? Notice the smug grin on Schumer’s face in all the photos? Also notice the look on the other faces. McCain didn’t look rel happy. Schumer must have a lot of pull over this group.
 February 4, 2016 at 2:08pm
We have all heard by now that it was a CNN reporter who tweeted that Dr Carson was leaving Iowa.
Megyn Kelly said on air that she and Brett Baier heard the report and thought that Carson might be dropping out.
That was not the only tweet. That tweet was at 6:20ish I believe.
At 7:15, Cruz's campaign chairman tweeted going to Florida is equivalent to suspending campaign, then immediately tweeted never mind, Carson is staying in race no matter what.
Then, at 7:45, Cruz's campaign Chaiman tweeted, "it looks like Carson's out. Better let the voters know. They'll probably go to Cruz...I hope.
Cruz advocates report only Moody tweet, that backs his story. But the other tweets are the ones that are damning. To me they show they heard story, checked it out, confirmed it was false, then decided to run with it anyway.
Exactly!!! Both wrote hit pieces in National Review THAT FLOPPED and OUTED EVERY ANTI TRUMP TALKING HEAD ON TV!!! So you can't believe one word from either on the subject.
hahahaha yea she’s the only one in the world who thinks Trump is a lying idiot
February 4, 2016 at 10:17am
You touched on the main issue, RESPECT. The parents of these “under privileged” people failed to teach them how to show respect for others. When you fail to be respectful, others will not respect you. You cannot demand respect, you must earn it. Those people choose to demand respect but have no plans to reciprocate.
 February 4, 2016 at 10:12am
Wow. What a joke. Amazing how many Youtube starts there are. Or wannabe.
Will any pair of 3D glasses work?
 February 4, 2016 at 10:08am
Wrong about that. We know more about Trump because he’s been out in the open, making himself seen. With Obama, it is quite the opposite. He appeared from seemingly nowhere, his background is either hidden or sealed, so no one can even see if he likes pork. Your story is a fantasy.
Hi AyaTolla U,
If I understand correctly, you're suggesting that public electioneering behavior automatically equates with political office fulfilling behavior. In Donald Trump's case, you may very well be correct, but my point is that we won't know until we've bought the cow.
Also, Barack Obama rose to prominence (skyrocketed more like it) when he gave the keynote address at the 2004 Democratic Convention. It seems to me that in terms of high profile charisma, he and Trump are roughly matched.
You don't know trump at all. As the writer stated, you see in him what you want to see and you dismiss those things that are right in front of you. He would be a disaster for the country. He's in it for him, not for you or I or anyone else.
 February 3, 2016 at 4:50pm
Having a sustainable military force during war is just as important as winning the war. This is why we have Selective Service. We don’t have a “draft” as it was known before 1972. Most countries have conscripts, young men are required to serve a minimum duration in their military services, which applies to all young men.
 February 3, 2016 at 4:46pm
“a group fighting to protect the separation of church and state”? I had no idea there was need to protect the separation. But where is it defined that the State must be separate from the church? It only states that the State cannot choose one over another, nor prevent the free practice of. Only 23,000 members? They sure have a lot of pull for only 23,000. George Soros funds?
Your right to practice your religion is not affected by a sign being removed. Unless the sign is your god.
[-1] February 3, 2016 at 4:37pm
My prediction for after the SC primary, Glenn Beck will rant about how South Carolinians are stupid for choosing anyone over Cruz.
What will he do when Cruz fails to win the nomination? Cry?
February 3, 2016 at 4:33pm
Matters not who is polite nor who is foulmouthed. It is all a matter of being hyper sensitive to spoken words. Too many people today have become so hyper sensitive to others’ speech that we are turning away from each other. What also causes more sensitivity is the idea that I can sue you for what you say if it can be proven to be racist if race can be applied.
January 29, 2016 at 4:58pm
They may have, we haven’t been told whether or not they did. And if they did, do you think they’ll be releasing that video any time soon? That is evidence that will not be released until legal defense asks for it.
January 29, 2016 at 4:52pm
Didn’t Obama’s presidency eliminate that requirement?
 January 29, 2016 at 4:47pm
Clergymen should not be polled as a separate group. Most of them have a religious agenda they are supposed to push. It is naturally assumed they would not accept one they feel doesn’t meet their expectations of a “true follower.”
 January 27, 2016 at 8:05am
It is not the being a narcissist, it is how it is used.