Another voter who’s holding out for the “Perfect Candidate” and in so doing you help elect the worst candidate. Thanks for that and I hope you’ve been happy with the guy we ended up with because you helped put him there.
Even 50% of something beats 100% of nothing; someone is going to be elected. Grow up.
 March 24, 2015 at 8:15pm
Awnings ‘R Us
 March 24, 2015 at 9:39am
“I blame anyone except radical Muslims,” says B. Obama.
Why not? Obozo does it here in the U.S. all the time! "If I had a son"..., "the police acted stupidly"..., hands up, don't shoot!"... Do any of those sound fmiliar? That's Obozo politicizing events to keep Americans at odds with each other. Any time Obozo opens his mouth, you can bet it's to work his agenda in the destruction of the U.S. He's fair game for anything bad happening.
March 22, 2015 at 1:33pm
When I was kid in Atlanta in the early/mid 50′s the minor league baseball team was the Atlanta Crackers, strange that no one seemed upset considering today’s PC panic.
 March 22, 2015 at 11:00am
When you’re too dumb to work at Home Depot life will be difficult.
[-1] March 22, 2015 at 10:54am
American culture is dead and the Duck Dynasty clowns are the pall bearers. Good Christians I know, but just go to whatever is the new equivalent of the Nashville Network and leave the rest of us alone.
 March 19, 2015 at 2:03pm
In Madonna’s opinion when does the soul in every child come into being, 24 weeks, 28 weeks, 36 weeks plus daylight, maybe?
To the Lefties “free speech” is agreeing with them or being ostracized, boycotted and/or assaulted. The Big Tent with the armed guards and bouncers to deal with the blasphemers.
Who cares what Madonna has to say. I guess she is the expert in high moral values. I never bought any of her music anyway.
 March 19, 2015 at 1:54pm
My winter home area in eastern NC is battling wind energy boosters who have no long range plans other than get all the money they can up front and then bug out. This is a highly agricultural area with massive cotton, peanut and soybean farms and just the impact from the killing of bats is estimated at $75 to well over $100 per year per acre for pest control activity by the bats. See ABC News, Google : “windmills vs bats”.
I guess cute and cuddly nature is worth crying about, but less attractive but actually helpful nature is expendable. 900,000 bats per year killed by windmills is a low estimate.
The Left is blind to the truth about so many of their feel good ideas and wind energy is way up the list of scams.
My apologies for not mentioning the bats. I was unaware that the wind mills were killing them too.
Our neighborhood in Cleveland had bad mosquitoes.
We did everything we could to attract the bats into our backyard. They loved our yard, we loved them. We had no mosquitos.
Our neighbors had to stay indoors while we lived in our backyard.
And Bat guano is an excellent fertilizer, and you can use the nitrates in making gunpowder, and let us not forget VCobalt can use it in his makeup.
I work for an electric cooperative and our fleet is a blend of coal-fired, gas-fired, cogens, wind, solar, and hydro. These green idiots do not tell you that when the wind ain't blowin and sun ain't shining, a gas-fired combustion turbine station has to be built to backup this power.
 March 19, 2015 at 1:38pm
You’re missing the point, it’s not about your company saving money it’s about the subsidized manufacturer of the equipment making money off tax incentives, grants and graft.
So what if the true cost of wind and solar energy is 3 to 4 times traditional generation costs, or the life span of large windmills is 20 years with no set-asides for removal and restoration of the sites. Those big wind farms are going to derelict eye sores when the payoff runs out.
 March 18, 2015 at 9:19am
Irrelevant and insignificant as far as the Left is concerned even when “discrimination” equals murder.
It still amazes me that American Jews are supporting the wrong side of this issue with their money and their votes.
 March 15, 2015 at 10:44am
That was no grizzly, that was Moochelle. Giddy-up.
March 14, 2015 at 2:12pm
Can they make a headset version that woks on 75% of TV shows and 50% of PG and 99% of R rated movies? It certainly lowers the bar for discourse and since bad language is everywhere kids revel in it’s usage with the net effect being the appearance of, if not the reality of, ignorance and lack of values. Imagine the job interviews 10 years hence, F-yeah.
Saw “Kingsman” last week, fun movie but I had to ask my wife afterwards had she ever come out of a movie and said to herself: “well that movie was pretty good, but it needed more foul language” ?
When the best a writer can come up with for dialogue is F-this and F-that maybe they should have paid more attention in creative writing class. Enough already.
Also that last bit with the princess was egregious. Wish I had been able to fast forward through that.
 March 13, 2015 at 4:20pm
And you can be sure TSA would confiscate it in a heartbeat. Remember a while back when they detained a woman for so long she missed her flight because her purse had a gun design on it out of metal studs? How about the pen shaped like a bullet?
Perception is reality and reality be damned when it comes to the Left: if a gun looks scary, ban it; if a kid makes a “gun” out of his thumb and index finger, expel him; if Hillary lies her more than ample butt off about yet another in her string of felonies, ignore it and just move along, nothing to see here folks..
NYC will arrest you for a bullet even if you have no gun, and even if you have all the licences if the bullet is for a caliber different than the gun you legally own DC even worst if you even have a fired case that one makes absolutely no sense as bullets cannot fire without a gun and once its fired it mostly scrap metal
 March 13, 2015 at 3:22pm
“….she deemed to be “personal”” I think they meant to say: “she deemed to be ‘troublesome’”.
 March 12, 2015 at 12:53pm
Welcome to the jungle. Like jackals on their prey although I think the jackals are probably more intelligent, certainly better mannered.
 March 12, 2015 at 10:47am
Here’s the climate glossary from the Left:
Really Hot Summer: climate change
Really Cold Winter: just weather
Weather per Historical Norms: inconsequential anomaly
Disappearance of last Ice Age over approx 100 years: irrelevant
If gravity research were based on as much falsification as climate “science”, then I’d be looking very closely for which way that apple was going to go on any given day. Although given Kerry’s grotesquely drooping face, I would have to admit that “gravity generally pulls down” has some credibility.
 March 11, 2015 at 10:45am
I see crocodile bait.
 March 11, 2015 at 9:25am
Or the TV station could actually do some reporting and send a guy out there instead of guessing about the “suspicious” photos. Judging by the biceps on the weather person, she could probably do a fair job of wrestling the gator if he got too friendly.
 March 9, 2015 at 4:20pm
I guess you get your share of tingles running down your leg from hearing your master Lord Obama speak.
Many gun owners, myself included, also simply enjoy the precision of their guns as fine machines; we’re the same guys you see wandering around in the tool department at Sears trying to think up excuses for yet another wrench. Might be hard to see us from the housewares or linens department, though.
Actually, I was thinking he'd more likely be found in lingerie looking for some sexy underwear for himself, or someplace like Spencer's looking for edible underwear for his boyfriend.
After nearly 60 years of shooting, what I enjoy most about shooting is that it's probably the only thing left from my youth that I can still do better then than I did then. I'm not quite as good as I once was - Bi-Focals, stiff joints, no longer able to climb mountains all day, engage in a shooting fight and then go out raising hell all night, only to do it all again the next day - BUT my shooting abilities are almost as good now as they were when I was at the top of my game and I can still hit damned near any target that I can see.
When that combination of finely-crafted, well-maintained weapon and tested, experienced marksman all come together smoothly, it reminds me that while youth was exciting and fun, it isn't the end-all, be-all of human existence.
I just came back from the range a little while ago. I was sighting-in a new scope on a Savage 110 .308 rifle. After eleven rounds, it was in the "X" at 1,000 yards. By the time I finished the box of 20 rounds, I had seven solid "X" ring hits (At or near dead center). Set up a half-dozen targets at varying ranges and popped another 20 rounds. By the time I was done, I was getting solid "X" ring hits at 1,600 and nothing but "Bull's eyes" out to 1,800. At 2,000, I can hit a man-sized target in the chest every time and in the head 3 out of five times. Obviously, I'll stick to chest shots.
This slow old man can still get the job done and there's an awful lot of quiet satisfaction in that knowledge.