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dmforman

Member Since: August 31, 2010

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  • December 17, 2013 at 8:23pm

    All of the Episodes of Hutch including the show that talked about his childhood and how he turned to G-d need to be available for us to give to our kids. The proceeds need to go to the family. I know that I’d buy several.

  • June 24, 2013 at 10:41pm

    Agreed. We need to stop defending stupidity, even when it’s family. The man was out of line breaking into the home, drunk or not. The homeowner had a right to defend his home and family. There are consequences to actions.

  • June 19, 2013 at 8:44pm

    This pervert should have been tried as an adult. At the age of 16 you know what you are doing and that it is wrong. I’m glad that the girl was saved, but he will be out again and try it again. I hope that the woman has a gun and aims for his balls.

  • June 18, 2013 at 10:09pm

    We went to The Lion King in NYC a few weeks back. People were taking flash photos and the ushers made a bigger deal and disrupted the musical more than the obnoxious people taking photos.

    People need to get over themselves. When we go to musicals like Beauty and the Beast, Lion King, etc we should expect kids to be in the audience. It is usually easy to see if a child has issues and we should be tolerant, as it could be our child who is having a great time, not able to speak any words and humming to themselves because they are experiencing pure joy.

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  • June 6, 2013 at 12:12am

    No amnesty even with secure boarders. We simply can’t afford this bill and taking these people on our bank rolls. If this bill is passed, our country will be ruined.

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  • June 4, 2013 at 11:46pm

    I ‘d like to hear from the pilot and from other passengers. I don’t care how a person feels. I really do care how they acted. If they didn’t turn off their electronics, than kicking the group off was a right the airline had. Also where were the adults chaperoning the children? Why didn’t they get the kids settled down, in their seats, and following the rules?

  • May 1, 2013 at 1:46pm

    The dunes not only hold water back for those directly on the beach, but for others living behind them. The dunes worked in many areas along the coast of NJ, and these areas have been fighting them for some time. There are many people that can’t afford to rebuild because of the new codes with homes having to be on stilts and the much higher insurance rates.

    It’s about time that something is done and that the dunes are forced upon areas that have fought them. As a tax payer, I don’t want to bail anyone out that hasn’t tried all that could be done to stop destruction from happening from storms and other natural events.

  • May 1, 2013 at 1:33pm

    The dunes will protect the entire area when another hurricane comes. The areas along the Jersey shore that had dunes were not hit nearly as hard as those areas that did not have them and have fought them from being build because of “views.” Without dunes, many of the home owners won’t be able to rebuild because the cost of rebuilding due to new homes on stilts and the much higher cost of insurance. All home owners in the area are effected by not having dunes, not just those along the shore line.

    I am glad that Christy is taking a stand on the dunes, as this has been a huge fight in many areas of the Jersey shore with people fighting them. The nicer areas of the shore had the dunes and had much less damage. As a tax payer, I don’t want to pay for homes damaged by another hurricane because the people didn’t want their views ruined because of dunes. First off, they have to rebuild on stilts, so dunes shouldn’t be ruining any views that were previously there.

  • April 29, 2013 at 9:20pm

    This Christian says, making fun of Christians and Christianity of any form is offensive and unacceptable.

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  • April 23, 2013 at 9:53pm

    I don’t trust Obama to not sign it. It gives him and that government too much power. SE I thought you were smarter than this, but I think it’s time for Glenn to let you go.

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  • April 9, 2013 at 4:38pm

    She gets paid to be a teacher. Teachers teach, assign work to students, and grade the work. Parents don’t get paid to do their job, unless they are on the government dole. As a former elementary teacher, I loved my students. I often referred to them as my kids, but the love I had for my students is not the same that I have for my own child.

    I believe she meant what she said the first time. If she is so smart and such a great teacher, she should have been able to articulate her “true” meaning the first time, as these promos are edited and much time is put into making them. My grade for her is zero.

  • April 1, 2013 at 12:00am

    I agree. This week at a homeschool class a black mother physically threatened me because in her eyes I disrespected her when I asked her son to not play with a pool table that we are not to touch and when I asked her son not to stick his tongue out at me and make faces. I’ve been attacked as a teacher on the South Side of Chicago, but never in a homeschool setting. I figure this mother has to homeschool, because her son was either in trouble too much. The other liberal parents think that I should sit down and talk to this woman. There is nothing to talk about. She threatened me, about something very stupid. How will this mother react if her son is hurt accidentally on the playground? I’m not willing to find out or put my son in the position to find out. The looks on faces when I said that I dealt with ghetto behavior as a teacher and wasn’t going to put up with it as a homeschooler told me it was time to leave. I’ve never seen anyone act like that other than the ghetto. That is the truth. Nothing racist about it. My son has many positive black role models in his life, and doesn’t need to hang out with trash like that-mother or son. It’s time that we call it like we see it and stop holding back for fear of being called a racist.

  • March 31, 2013 at 11:51pm

    Just a taste of what will happen if the economy fails. Hold on to your boots we are in for a wild ride. Too many have lost their way and care about no one other than themselves.

  • March 27, 2013 at 10:19pm

    Amen. Me, too.

  • March 21, 2013 at 9:33am

    This is nothing new. As a teacher, it was strongly suggested (meaning you were in trouble if you didn’t do it) that everyone in my class get an award at the end of each semester, even the child that constantly disrupted my class and made learning difficult for the other children in the class.

    Nothing new here. We have been creating a group of kids that think they deserve a trophy for everything they do, and not just when they work hard. As I told my son, a trophy means nothing unless you’ve done your very best and have actually worked hard for it. “Suck it up!” is an often heard saying in our home.

  • March 18, 2013 at 3:34pm

    Wish the Blaze would interview the college professors who are on the common core committee who refuse to sign off on it, instead of just giving Beck’s opinion and that of the four guests. We need to arm people with understanding why the Common Core Standards are bad, because at many local levels, people are being sold a bill of goods at how great Common Core is for their child. I heard it this weekend while at a homeschool conference from publishers of curriculum that also sell to schools. Not one of the people touting the good had read the standards, but are telling people how good they are.

    Please give other opinoins other than Beck’s as we have already heard his fears. Citizens need to be armed with facts and not just what Glenn Beck says.

  • March 15, 2013 at 12:00am

    Agreed! Iserbyte’s book is eye opening. I’ve read the extended book and much of the original info behind it and as a former teacher, she is dead on. Gatto has a book as well. Iserbyte also has videos on You Tube.

  • March 13, 2013 at 5:54pm

    They should have been tried as adults. If they were adult enough to drink and act that way, they should pay the consequences. A woman never gets to forget her rape.

  • March 12, 2013 at 11:02am

    Did Mika not see that even Mummies had heart disease and they didn’t have soda at the time? Heart disease has been around for a long, long time and no regulation of food is going to stop it.

    Wonder if she feel this way about GMO foods? The pesticides that we are forced to eat with GMO foods far out weigh the damage of the corn syrup (not sugar, Mika) in a soda.

  • March 12, 2013 at 10:54am

    Agreed. Made me wish that we had her back, as she is truly a roll model for our young women.