Only when speaking Ex Cathedra . . . One of the most misunderstood aspects of catholic doctrine
Papal infallibility depends on whether the Pope is talking about dogma (the Catholic faith.) In this case, the Pope is merely affirming what the Catholic church (and previous Popes) has already said before. God Bless you.
 October 24, 2014 at 12:43pm
Tip of the slungue.
 October 24, 2014 at 12:30pm
Just out of curiosity, if zombies did get into your cabin before the 10 year guarantee was up, who would you complain to? And how?
 October 24, 2014 at 12:23pm
I didn’t even know alcohol had an expiration date. I better go check that bottle of Jack I’ve had sitting up for while; wouldn’t want it to go bad.
I have a 36 year old vottle of VO. Hope it is still good!
 October 23, 2014 at 1:45pm
Damn it, Callahan, I told you one more time…
October 23, 2014 at 1:41pm
I did. Nobody was more surprised than me.
October 23, 2014 at 1:40pm
Oddly enough, I got Anakin Skywalker too. Go figure.
 October 20, 2014 at 1:24pm
Same here, Tonia. I was always able to talk to adults better than children my own age, and that proved invaluable when looking for a job. Now that I’m a grandpa, I can communicate with the grandkids better than the adults because I can act like a kid and if anybody says anything about it, I can just tell them to shove it up their @#$.
Yes, telling people to shove it up their @#$ is a sure sign of an excellent communicator.
 October 16, 2014 at 12:41pm
I was thinking it, but you said it.
October 14, 2014 at 1:07pm
Ten pills and $351 in cash? And Chicago police consider this to be a major crime. I’ll bet the cops that arrested him had more drugs and cash in their pants than he had. People in Chicago are gunning each other down by the dozens, but this guy had ten pills and $351 in cash so he must be some major gang lord. And TheBlaze runs the story like it just broke wide open the marathon running drug dealer ring causing Chicago’s problems.
October 14, 2014 at 12:55pm
I know a lot of people out there do not like Warren, and a lot of people think she is just out to take down Wall Street, but all she really expects is for Wall Street to play the game by the rules. It is not being a hypocrite to have worked in, for, and around Wall Street players and criticize them now. Everybody wants to make money, and Wall Street must make money for us to have a good economy, but Warren’s criticism of Wall Street centers mainly around the illegal, shady tactics of some brokers, banks, and day traders to cheat people out of money and get paid by the Federal Government to do it.
October 3, 2014 at 12:24pm
As I have said before and been lambasted for, we brought this kind of police behavior on ourselves. For decades we have been screaming about how they need to be tougher on crime and give people who break the law a lesson along with their punishment, and then we hand them all kinds of military grade weapons and armor, and finally hire only the power hungry thugs to wear the uniform because who knows a criminal better than a criminal. And we wonder why these incidents happen.
She could have done a whole lot more if she had just filmed the proceedings and then got a petition signed by enough people that think the cops are overstepping their bounds and presented it to the proper authorities in a complaint. Instead she starts interfering and causing more noise and distraction to let the other drug dealers and street walkers that the popo are here and then is outraged that she's tazed for her interference...and then cops get lambasted. Go figure.
 September 16, 2014 at 3:32pm
I think its just that Hitchcock was that good, his movies make you think even in a vegetative state. Now on the other side, films by Michael Bay and others will put you in a vegetative state because there is no plot, acting, suspense, or good music score, just big explosions over and over and over and over and over…
Completely agree DarthMims.
Hitchcock also never really revealed the evil until the end of each film.
That used to be called suspense.
Check out Film Noir ('45 - '56) if you're curious.
Fritz Lang, Carol Reed, Jules Dassan are some 1st rate directors.
 September 3, 2014 at 12:32pm
That is a well organized, thoughtful, logical argument that will probably get ripped to shreds by people who recite the pledge because they were told to by the government.
 September 3, 2014 at 12:17pm
Bill Mahr, for all his leftist commentary, did have an interesting take on this a while back. He said he was tired of atheists whining and shouting every time a cross went up somewhere. To quote him,”We’re atheists, not vampires.”
Not sure what the context was to that, but regardless the protest is not over crosses going up--its them going up on public land. If you own the property, do with it what you will, but so long as we have the property laws we do, public lands should almost never host religious symbols. I only say "almost never" because I'm sure there are a few circumstances were it would be appropriate (like a publicly funded museum with a religious focus or a religious wing would obviously probably have to have some, and that should be okay). But incorporating into our public monuments and memorials on public property, as a nakedly obvious attempt to elevate Christianity as THE "religion of the troops/America," the cross is something that should (and arguably does) fall squarely within prohibited public endorsement/favoritism of (a) religion.
 August 26, 2014 at 12:08pm
If you don’t think life is one big joke, then you haven’t been paying attention to God’s plan. God has the best sense of humor in the universe; let the rich and powerful boss around the meek and poor, and then one day suddenly turn it around where the meek and poor sit by his side and the rich and powerful shovel lava into their own pants for all eternity. Hilarious!
 August 11, 2014 at 2:35pm
I know it may sound cold-hearted, but if you want to walk out into the middle of an active racetrack and act like Superman, it is going to hurt. The same thing I try to tell young men everywhere, I know you think you are invulnerable, but the cost of finding out may be your life.
True that , what did he think might happen walking into the path of speeding auto's wagging his fingers. He could have had his say when race was done. RIP young man.
Big boys with big toys, and testosterone feled egos.
I'm no professional driver, but I usually hit the brakes if I'm about to take out a human.
And, whenev I run on an oval track (bumping cars), I stay in the car until the ride comes to an end. Stewart has a reputation to add to this mess.
 August 11, 2014 at 2:30pm
This whole environment thing got off track years ago. Basically just ask people would you rather drink clean water or dirty water, if you would rather breathe clear air or black air, and if they throw their trash in a can instead of their front yard. There, the environmental movement is saved by those three things that everyone can agree on.