Not near some of the big cities, or Lib areas.
Reference - "Mostly for varmints, Waffle House is gross". Then you have never lived in the big cities. Or had to work in the industrial part of town. You now, the places that actually build things, warehouse, ship and produce the products you use everyday. And use to be 24 hour operations. These are the places these type establishments are located.
So, you must not stop at truck stops either. Must live a very lonely limited life or circle.
 November 28, 2015 at 12:20am
The only thing necessary for evil to grow is this: good men must stop fighting it.
There is a moral obligation for good men to use VIOLENT acts to stop evil.. Never forget that.
 November 23, 2015 at 11:41pm
Girl learned a valuable lesson – popularity requires playing along with the mob mentality….
 November 23, 2015 at 12:28pm
Perhaps it wasn’t racism at all..
Perhaps it was just that he recognized Al for the stupid wornout tool he is, and he knew he didn’t have any room for another tool in his trunk, so he kept rolling.
It ain’t always race that causes decisions people make..
Maybe Al was a jackass to the same cabbie 3 weeks ago, and he didn’t feel like being jacked around again….. Or maybe he just doesn’t like Al.
Or maybe he didn’t see him.
Perhaps they did realize it was him and afraid he would crap in the cab, like he did at the blackhouse.
Cabbie just didn’t want to stink up his cab…… He read about Al crapping in his pants at the White House.
If he did that at the White House, imagine what the low life would do in the taxi!
Funny. I had forgotten Al dropped a deuce in his shorts.
To these s-it disturbers everything is about race, not simple common sense like the driver was afraid of being jacket by a black duo.
Maybe the cabbie got another call or had his own emergency! Why does it automatically go from zero to racist in 2.5 seconds of thought?!
That was my first thought when I read this story. Maybe he just doesn't like libtards. There is no law against refusing service to them. HE just didn't want the stench of rotted brains in his cab.
 November 22, 2015 at 12:49am
Rule # 1: never show up at a gunfight without a gun.
Rule #2: never forget Rule #1
Rule #3: your CWP is under glass in Washington DC. Don’t get shot because of some stupid unconstitutional rule passed by some idiots who don’t respect the Constitution.
Good on the kid for being a Boy Scout.
Bad on him for being a Boy Scout while forgetting to “always be prepared”….
hope he heals soon.
With the way the world is headed, all law-abiding citizens SHOULD carry all the time.
They're on the horses but not for long. They think with the obama justice dept they will get a pass, like the black panthers did as soon as he got in. Wait til trump starts executing these mofos, they will go back to targeting their own. Which, by the way, those black lives don't matter.
 November 21, 2015 at 5:43pm
Blaze needs to go back and check the tape.. CNN made this up by selectively editing the interview…..
CHECK THE TAPES, because otherwise you’re as culpable as CNN.
You are correct that CNN edited the tape to misrepresent what Trump said. But Glenn Beck and the Blaze don't care. They are happy to post any negative Trump story regardless of how false and dishonest the story is.
 November 21, 2015 at 5:42pm
“Friends of the heroic couple told KRQE that the husband is a veteran and his wife enjoys hunting — and they aren’t at all shocked that they stepped up.”
Sounds like half of REAL America….
 November 20, 2015 at 11:30pm
i think it was an appropriate answer, for a question which should have never been asked.
this sort of question is SO pandering to the evangelical corner – it’s akin to asking a nominee for his basketball picks… it’s his PERSONAL stuff, and that has no bearing on his leadership.
yes, i think it’s good to see the heart of the man. but this was an inappropriate question…
The entire forum was an evangelical group run forum and the candidates knew exactly what was going on and were given all the time they needed to answer however they chose. All the questions were personal get-to-know the values of those who attended. See my post above about some of the questions asked. It was all done very respectfully. You don't understand the point of the forum or the context.
 November 18, 2015 at 2:16pm
Can’t say that I blame him…
As a kid we had people who would randomly park in our fields, causing crop damage, or even drive thru there creating ruts.
After having local kids do it at night, we used the bottom plow to create some 3-4′ deep trenches about 2′ wide..
sure enough, early Sunday morning, kids come walking to the house complaining their 4×4 ‘got stuck’… miraculously they were axle-deep in those ruts…
Dad wanted to charge ‘em $50 for a tow, but Mom made him give the money back…. of course that was the last time they did that stunt!!
On the road to my grandfathers lands, which many town-folk used for a drag strip, there was a well concealed berm with a warning sign...no more racing after the first few flat tires and the like.
My Grandpa lived in a rural area where the mailboxes were across the street from his long driveway, atop a little hill. There was a car full of teens that would roar through on the weekends who would take a ball bat to his mailbox.
After it was knocked over several times, he got sick of repairing it, and the cost of repairing it, too. He stayed up and watched for them and what direction they came from... And then went to the hardware store, bought several long pieces of rebar, and stuck them about a foot from the mailbox.
The next morning, he found a broken ball bat and the rebar leaning over, but an intact mailbox. Never had to fix it again! Don't mess with a country boy!
We had a Smoky Bear sign in front of our fire station next to the road and kids would occasionally drive by and use a baseball bat and knock Smoky's head off. After this happened twice, we buried two large rocks to one half of their size between the sign and the road. One morning about 2 a.m. we heard the loud sound of a vehicle impact. When we got up to see what happened, there was no car out front, but there was evidence of an impact on the rocks and a trail of oil going down the street. Smoky was never hit again.
 November 17, 2015 at 10:27pm
I think the ‘good will’ years were pre-1200AD…
November 17, 2015 at 8:28pm
you hoping for handouts from team Trump, for carrying his pail??
 November 16, 2015 at 11:50pm
Trump has played both sides for chumps…. cruz fought his way to the supreme court, haas argued (and won) cases there, and has been as consistent a conservative as ANYBODY.
Yes....but has he ever created 32,000 jobs? Did he say 2 years before 9/11 to watch bin Laden? Did he suggest 5 months ago to bomb the oil fields and stop the banking that just started? Cruz is a good man but immigration wasn't even on his list. We need someone who can read the stitches on the fast, hard balls that will be coming. This is not over who talks pretty or is a Constitutional scholar. This is over LEADERSHIP.
The general voting public doesn't care about his "conservative" credentials. They care about "what this guy can do for my country and for me". Trump has already demonstrated his competency as a businessman and has shown the rest of the candidates how to dominate race on practically zero dollars. A master of manipulating the media. He wrote the book on negotiating business agreements. He's not a smooth talking silver tongued politician. In short, he has single-handedly put the Republicans back on the map. The last thing we need is another lawyer.in Washington D.C. Washington needs shook up and Trump is the man that can dot it.
Immigration wasn't even on his list?!? You do know it was he and mike lee who fought and won against the gang of eight bill, right? He's been solid on immigration forever.
November 16, 2015 at 11:49pm
He already DOES look uninformed too many times.. and he’s quite possibly the biggest egomaniac we’ve seen yet, even worse than King 0..
don’t get me wrong – i’d take him over any Dem.. but Trump vs Cruz?? I’ll choose Cruz…
 November 16, 2015 at 3:19pm
Mr Smith was right to call out Glamour on the stupid publicity stunt – it was a shallow and pathetic attempt to gain some sales. And he honored his late wife in a most powerful way. Thank God for women like her – brave enough to face death, curse it, and continue on.
And don’t bother with Jenner.. you can’t reason with an insane person. save your breath….
Glamour lost any vestiges of credibility they had remaining, thru that stupidity.
Seriously – if you think that bolting on some boobs and chopping up your plumbing makes you a woman, then you have a lower perspective of womanhood than ISIS….
We are MUCH more than the sum of our plumbing – womanhood is a calling, not merely a product of chromosomes. To think Jenner is anything other than a mentally sick man is deluded.
Dig, from what I understand he only had the "top job" He kept his other plumbing. From what I understand only about 25% of them have the weenie whack. Hmm, and that is about the number that eventually commits suicide. There may be no connection, but it does make you wonder.
So, you say that being a woman is more than just chromosomes of genitals, and then you say Caitlyn Jenner isn't a woman.... Why?
You seem to be contradicting yourself.
 November 16, 2015 at 2:19pm
Having been an american IN a country (2 different countries, 2x’s) that went into a civil war while there, my experience with the State Dept’s “SMART” alert system is that (like just about every government program), it’s worth about as much as you pay for it…. The government can usually be relied upon to show up and collect your body after it’s over, IF they feel like it…
The only value it (the alert system) has is to let you know when it’s NOT safe to be around the embassy.
Don’t rely on a US Embassy person to do ANYTHING for you. They are an employee of the government: their primary job is to maintain their job. Your interest/safety/welfare ranks a distant 15th on their priority list.
If you are travelling abroad, make friends….
Friends will drive you thru roadblocks, while you’re stuffed under the seat. Friends will loan you food. Friends will let you live in their chickenhouse for a couple of weeks and sneak you food & water. Embassy buffoons will get you killed.. or raped and killed.
But don’t worry – they’ll be sure to show up to claim your body, if it’s convenient. if it’s ‘safe’ for them to do so….
I’ve never met a Marine I didn’t love.
and I’ve never met a bureaucrat I didn’t loath….
 November 16, 2015 at 2:01pm
Having lived in dozens of countries,the **LAST** place I’d go in event of an attack like this would be an embassy or official facility.
yes, I’m sure these kids did what they thought was good – the real issue is they were poorly trained and sadly didn’t think thru the situation.
**IF** there is an event like this, you need to disappear. as in, become invisible.
Find a bridge to hide under. find a drainage ditch that has enough space to crawl into.
This also means whenever you go out, you need to make sure you’ve got some provisions on you. all the time. enough water and some snacks, a flashlight, and good enough shoes that you can walk safely (don’t be the idiot who thinks flats or flipflops are wearable attire).
Of course this being in France, it’s rather more challenging to find a gun, but one can become pretty well armed in minutes, if one thinks rationally..
Having worked in more than six embassies in some dangerous countries, unless the country is on the verge of collapse the embassy is not the place to go. These travelers or long term residence should have signed up for the embassy alert system. The would have received a text with warnings and actions to take. The State Dept SMART Traveler program is secure, free and available in all countries with US Embassies. Suggest all American citizens traveling or living overseas to enroll.
Poorly trained? They were college kids spending some time in Europe. What kind of training would you recommend? They were afraid, people were being indiscriminately killed, and the Embassy personnel failed them. When you follow your procedures lock-step and the result is several scared college girls being told "you're on your own" in so many words, then you have failed. I understand the French guards' reaction; they were just doing what they were told. However, the American employee should have put aside the rule book and let them in. He could have, and he should have. If they had merely shown their passports he could have escorted them inside. What's the worse that could have happened? The American employee would have had to escort them the entire time, but he also may have made friends for life.
I've carried the black passport and have been stationed at a few embassies. Security rules vary by country, of course, but I think this could have been handled better.
Life in the REAL world is a bit unsettling ,isn’t children?
 November 16, 2015 at 1:05pm
I say America should take as many Syrian refugees as Saudi Arabia takes….