I’m heartened to see the comments here. When I was a teenager in the 70s we used to play a game called “Suicide” where you threw a ball against a wall and then the group of guys playing would try to catch it. If the ball came to you and you dropped it then you had to run and tag the wall — while everyone else tried to beat the crap out of you. It was a lot of fun and scary as hell.
When I was in high school in the early 80s we used to box like the kids in this story, although we did wear gloves (I also had my share of fights that weren’t fun and had no gloves). These are good memories. It was part of being a teenage guy. I was a skinny twerp, so most guys my age were bigger than me. Having the courage to get in there and fight was something I could look back on with pride.
The culture seems to have changed now. Wearing a T-shirt with a military slogan can get you kicked out of school. Heck, pointing a finger and saying bang, or chewing a pop tart into the shape of a gun can get you kicked out of school. A group of boys who box for fun is now thought of as news worthy and just beyond the pale.
 October 21, 2016 at 3:53pm
Instead of sending money to nations that take our citizens hostage we should send them ballistic missiles. You would think we would have learned this lesson when Carter was in office.
 October 21, 2016 at 1:58am
In fact, it was two C-words in particular that got the Republican presidential nominee in trouble: “corrupt” and “Catholics.”
Gee, I though he was cut because of he looks like 'bahama
I would get fired too if I pulled some k r a p p like that at my job.
Enjoy the rest of your life idiot...when you learn what it is like to struggle to make ends meet.
I doubt that he got fired over his protest. That would require the team owners to actually have principles. They don't unless you count worshipping the Almighty Dollar.
 October 20, 2016 at 7:47pm
I think this is called bailing.
(although it could be — your fired).
 October 20, 2016 at 5:29pm
In addition, if you own one of these phones that blows up in your face, you would stop using it immediately and go back to using your old phone.
 October 20, 2016 at 12:39pm
Sometimes the squeaky wheel gets replaced.
 October 20, 2016 at 12:32pm
During the primaries all the Trumpettes had a little conniption fit when Kelly asked the Donald a question about his treatment and prior comments towards women. They all said she was being unfair and was a horrible journalist. I defended her here on TheBlaze and got a lot of thumbs down votes for doing it. BTW, it turns out she was spot on. The very thing that may derail his candidacy is the topic she questioned him on.
However, this interview right here shows why Megyn Kelly is an absolutely outstanding journalist. She just destroyed Donna Brazile.
 October 20, 2016 at 12:14pm
Ironically, a ‘brilliant’ cut jewel of stupidity.
 October 20, 2016 at 12:21am
Chris Wallace was certainly WAY better than all the other moderators, but he wasn’t perfect. A couple times Trump started to light into Hillary and the debate was getting good, and that is when Wallace decided to interrupt and say let’s move on. That was kind of infuriating, but overall, still a good moderator.
I could only stand the first 30 minutes. I am done listening to both of these candidates. I wish it were Nov 9th already.
Wish he had a TAZER so when the BIT*H kept running off at the mouth he could have "give her a shot".........whew, I'd have FLOORED THE BIT*H a couple of time when her mouth just wouldn't CLOSE.........DAMN HAG, imagine her even near DC......
She's not used to anyone telling her to shut up and move on. She gets her way always.
 October 19, 2016 at 11:04pm
I was shocked to hear his answer, but on reflection, I don’t disagree with him. I wouldn’t stealing the election past the dems.
I thought Trump won the debate, but not by enough. No Perry Mason moment.
I was not at all shocked to hear his answer. It was in fact, the only reasonable answer to the question. (In light of the investigative journalist videos that have come out during the past week)
When you have Democrat operatives on hidden camera talking about how they have been using massive voter fraud to sway election results for the last 50 years ...and then saying we sure aren't going to stop now....why on earth would anyone in their right mind make a blanket statement agreeing to just accept the results of the upcoming election?
It is simply not reasonable to just say yes, I will accept the results with the current knowledge we have of the massive voter fraud that has been occurring for at least the last 50 years.
 October 19, 2016 at 7:56pm
Do not recall — this answer is used for cases EXACTLY like this. Evidence shows she did have communication with Pagliano, and now she can say “Oh, yeah, that’s right. I’d forgotten about that conversation.” No proof she was lying.
The difference between Democrats and Republicans is that Republicans are usually held responsible for such dishonesty and it isn’t just the media that holds them responsible. Most Republicans themselves will speak out — well, at least until Trump was nominated.
 October 19, 2016 at 12:11pm
Nov. 18 or Nov. 8 — whatever, close enough.
I worked with a guy who was running for city council, and he was a complete tool, so it was Hilarious when he he printed a thousand bumper stickers and misspelled his own name.
Did he correct the error by putting his own face on 100,000 rolls of toilet paper?
 October 18, 2016 at 12:42am
 October 17, 2016 at 9:10pm
In order for the Left to advance their ideals they must make the case that capitalism benefits the rich at the expense of the poor and middle class. Concepts of freedom and liberty are sacrificed to this ideal of perceived “fairness”. Additionally, this concept also trumps state’s rights and thus the Constitution. So… when young students of these teachings take it a step further to full blown socialism or communism their leftist teachers have no arguments to justify why these political systems are bad.
When you start justifying theft you have no morals, and taking from the rich to give to others is theft.
 October 17, 2016 at 11:28am
This was my thought as well. I may disagree with Dems on pretty much everything, but if they do something admirable then they deserve to recognized for such.
Even if it's politically motivated??? They didn't do this for the GOP. They did what they did, for themselves - it's all about the OPTICS.
@ RealAmerican2....Even if it is politically motivated (we all do things for a reason), it's a nice gesture they didn't have to make, and yet, people did. All donors were NOT necessarily Democrats. Gestures like this help to sooth the waters. Your attitude continues to churn them.
The damage has been done. The GOP HQ has been shutdown and votes destroyed. The money has little meaning when time is of the essence.
OMG $13,000 dollars probably won't even scratch the surface in paying for the repairs.
Dragon: A nice gesture? No, a safe and empty gesture, because it’s already been reported that the GOP office that was firebombed has no chance in hell in being back up and running before the election – not a chance! So, back to what I originally said… it’s all about the optics, and anyone who thinks for a SECOND that the democrats want to do ANYTHING that helps the GOP, and more specifically, Donald Trump, THINK AGAIN! This is a presidential election, and democrats would NEVER help the opposition party if it actually were going to help them. Saying the dems didn’t have to make the gesture would have been a missed opportunity for them, so of course, they jumped on it. You’re either very naive, or just absolutely DO NOT understand politics… your “sooth the waters” comment leads me to believe it’s probably both! Churn... meh!
October 14, 2016 at 1:18pm
Of course there is media bias, but more importantly, I am now going to use “Deuce” much more liberally as a stand in for the S-word.
Who gives a deuce?
You think your deuce don’t stink?
You’re full of deuce.
Get your deuce together.
You gotta be duece’n me.
 October 14, 2016 at 11:33am
Yep! Great white shark attacking a black man in a cage. Just more proof of institutional racism and bias.
 October 14, 2016 at 10:52am
That was jawsome!
 October 13, 2016 at 3:45pm
Who do you vote for if allegations against both candidates are true?
On one hand you have someone who has molested at least 5 different women, according to allegations, and has actually made comments bragging about molesting and forcing himself on women.
On the other hand, you have someone who was so lax with top secret information that it may have resulted in the deaths of a U.S. Ambassador and several other Americans. She also has a history of selling her office to foreign nations.
Who do you vote for? What exactly would it take for you to realize that neither candidate is worth your vote? Some people would still vote for Hillary if they learned she was involved in the murder of Supreme Court Justice Scalia (see “wet works” Wikileaks reference). Some people would still vote for Trump if he raped someone right in the middle of Times Square. That’s just pathetic.