User Profile: DannyM


Member Since: March 08, 2012


  • March 15, 2014 at 12:45pm

    PJ Fusco On The News is reporting a theory by a NY attorney who says US intelligence agencies not only know what happened, but are preparing a strike force to save the hostages. Bet he’s right.

  • February 9, 2014 at 8:49am

    Why don’t they just stop donating if they think it’s so wrong? Set the example. Yeah, right.

  • December 29, 2013 at 9:29am

    Pjfotn pj Fusco on the news has the best take on this. What if the Robertsons were contractually held to going on without Phil and just did a crappy job on every episode on purpose? A&e had no choice but to return Phil. Score one for the good guys.

  • December 5, 2013 at 9:30am

    I love the way these guys grab headlines with their pronouncements, as if, “Here’s something new that no one else dares to say!” Problem is, this guy and people like him are Johnnys-come-way-too-lately. The book has already been written: “A Father’s Guide To Raising Conservative Gentlemen (And Saving America At The Same Time.” The author lays out a platform for raising boys and instilling in them “respect, responsibility, righteousness and resolve.” Everyone responsible in any way for bringing up boys should read it.

  • November 3, 2013 at 12:07pm

    An insult to the intelligence of New York Times readers, all nine of them.

  • October 23, 2013 at 12:32pm

    First, the caption under the photo is wrong. The name isn’t “Jace”, it’s Jase, short for Jason. Second, that’s not Jase, it’s Jep, the youngest brother. What happened to accuracy in the editing process? I think it’s symptomatic of a dumber and dumber America. No matter what I read lately, there are really terrible editing errors. It’s like no one cares, there’s no pride in the finished product. Years ago you had to search for errors and when you found them they were usually typos.

  • September 27, 2013 at 7:45pm

    King is a “Republican” from New York. What does that tell you? I live not far from his district and I can tell you there is no such thing as a “conservative” Republican in this entire state, not even the venerable Rudy Giuliani. He’s close, but no cigar there either. So when Peter King opens his mouth, expect some derivative of liberalism lurking in the background of his statements. That he has the temerity to chastise Ted Cruz is laughable since King is part of the problem not the solution. He’s a pimple on the a$$ of real conservatism, someone should pop him.

  • September 23, 2013 at 12:53pm

    Same thing happened in the Albany, NY area a couple of months ago. Six Papa John’s closed overnight, no one knows why. The franchise owner wouldn’t comment…boom, bunch of people out of work.

  • August 18, 2013 at 1:57pm

    More people have read about this here than actually saw it on TV. I’ll bet most podcasters have a bigger audience than this clown. And speaking of clowns…

  • July 31, 2013 at 4:16pm

    You are catechetically challenged or a non-Christian. The First Council of Nicaea in 325 AD put the Arian concept of Christ’s individuality as separate from God to rest by declaring the unity of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. Whether you choose to believe that concept is your business, but try educating yourself before making such ridiculously uninformed comments.

  • July 31, 2013 at 4:11pm

    Not only does this guy have his facts wrong, he completely misstates or ignores those passages of the New Testament which speak directly and contrarily to the issues he argues underscore his conclusions. For example, he claims the Gospels were all written after the fall of Jerusalem which may or may not be true, but they all take from the earliest Christian traditions, including “Q” (for an in-depth look at Q, read Peter Fusco’s “Quelle”). Moreover, Luke, as the author of both his gospel and Acts of the Apostles and as a companion of Paul, refers to Paul’s fateful return to Jerusalem which obviously had to occur before 70 AD (and only a moron would continually use the “BCE” and “CE” time designations. No one does that anymore because even in academic circles it is considered silly). Also, while there may have been magicians around during the time of Christ, I don’t believe there were any who raised people from the dead. Then there’s this one other issue which again is explored in Fusco’s book and on his blog, why in the world would at least 12, if not hundreds of men and women who knew Jesus personally, put themselves in the position of being hated, hunted, imprisoned or killed if he was just another dead preacher? It makes no sense on any level, much less one so fundamental as the instinct to survive. It makes even less sense that the gospels were written to perpetuate a myth about a man who, if he was not God, simply died and was never resurrected.

  • July 26, 2013 at 8:36am

    I swear O’Reilly is reading this guy’s blog: PJ Fusco On The News, because his talking points seem to come straight off the pages. Point is, this isn’t new, everyone knows the races aren’t going to get along, not because of skin color, but because of culture differences.

  • July 24, 2013 at 3:20pm

    Yeah, right Bill except that this guy said it first and better: Sounds like O’Reilly copied the article and used it for his script.

  • July 22, 2013 at 11:23am

    And the people who do these things are considered intelligent? Spitzer, Weiner and now Rivera? What does it take for hardheads like them to learn? Unbelievable.

  • July 17, 2013 at 1:59pm

    “Trayvon Martin’s death is not George Zimmerman’s fault although he pulled the trigger. Trayvon Martin died almost the moment he was born, a victim of his race’s culture. And typical of how that culture seeks to absolve itself of all responsibility for its own problems including the wholesale butchery of its own people by its own people, they are taking to the streets and threatening to murder and pillage where whitey lives and breathes, but that act is old and tired, it doesn’t play anymore and even black people know it. The white man doesn’t have to kill black America, black America is doing a fine job on its own.” – Yesterday, PJ Fusco On The News

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  • July 15, 2013 at 10:19pm

    This guy says Trayvon Martin was murdered by his own culture:

  • [-1] June 10, 2013 at 7:52pm

    @ skunkbear: Then why did these true believers not intervene to stop the crucifixion of this “one true messiah”! Say what you will about the tenants of islam, at least the “prophet’s” followers are at least willing to die for their beliefs.

    Intervene? Are you kidding? Against who, the Roman Empire? Right, a bunch of Jewish guys going up against the entire Jewish religious establishment which was itself supported by the Roman Empire. Your argument(s) amount to ludicrous stretching.

    Intervene against the Romans, yeah, right. Hahahahahaha!

  • June 10, 2013 at 3:46pm

    You might want to reread your NT, especially 1 Corinthians 15: 1-11 in which he writes, “[Christ] appeared to Cephas (Peter), then to the Twelve. After that, Christ appeared to more than five hundred brothers at once [...] After that he appeared to James, then to all the apostles. Last of all, as to one born abnormally, he appeared to me.” As to your commentary regarding Christ’s existence, I refer you to Peter J. Fusco’s commentary on the likelihood. He says that anyone denying Christ’s existence must also believe that at least twelve men, if not hundreds, decided one day to risk their lives proselytizing a message of faith originated by someone who did not exist for the reason of…what? Why would people do that? Why would a group of men, knowing the chances of them being at least beaten, if not stoned or imprisoned or crucified just waltz around preaching about a man who said he was the son of God and was raised from the dead? The whole notion is so preposterous it suggests they did in fact know Jesus, he therefore did exist and in all likelihood was precisely what the Gospels state he was. That Paul met him in person is therefore least likely to be a prevarication, especially since Paul was the scourge of earliest Christianity. You scoffers and disbelievers are the real fools.

  • June 2, 2013 at 12:47pm

    To: Marybethelizabeth
    From: The Brain Store
    Subject: Your replacement brain

    Just a note to AGAIN remind you that we cannot replace your monkey brain with a human one, so please stop asking.

  • May 28, 2013 at 9:34am

    Alan Colmes always sounds desperate, as if he knows his liberal apologetics have no substance, but if he keeps up the charade, somehow that will make him right. I have news for you Alan, it doesn’t work anymore.