First Amendment right forcing citizens to not speak? How twisted they are. I believe it gives one the right TO SPEAK, not the right for another through force of law to keep one FROM SPEAKING.
 February 10, 2015 at 9:20am
Mikeil305 “So I’ll take it there are no reasonable rebuttals? Come on people, if you disagree with what I write try to put it in words, is this board not for discussion? Where are the adults?”
I will waste the time replying to a LO.IQ.L.O.V. troll this once. She is a woman speaking from a woman’s viewpoint. Trying describe the hell of being helpless, trapped, subjected to intolerable abuse and torture from which for her there was no escape. The most strength conveying word for a woman to describe such circumstances would be rape. Completely logical, totally valid and understandable to anyone wishing to see the depths of the emotions she needed to convey. To speak against her use of the word in these circumstances is to admit the inability to think on a level higher than that of a typical liberal LO.IQ.L.O.V..
The adults are working to support themselves, their loved ones, and pay for all the ‘free stuff’ demanded by those who don’t. Unless they are old, retired and freed from supporting such ‘citizens’. Oh wait, also ‘non citizens’ from the same types as well. Even then most would not waste the time replying, but I felt someone needed to speak to the reason she used the language she did and show that it was perfectly reasonable under the given circumstances.
 February 10, 2015 at 8:34am
Mikeil305 “Why say so many spot on things then call it “verbal rape”? Now you’ve just discounted your relevant points by saying something stupid.”
Because low IQ, low information voters are incapable of understanding the logic in the words of this intelligent woman. Gutter derived words, concepts, and comparisons are all they can comprehend and that only marginally.
There are better gutter derived words. Guess what this woman just got herself labeled as? A soldier in the war on women! That's a term the low info voters already bought into, might as well dust it off as we approach 2016.
Maybe she's just new and doesn't know any better, or maybe she's just trying to be controversial to get publicity.
Publicity flag, comment sure to be reported on and talked about...period. Other people were weighing in and her comments would have been lost in the sea of words if she didn't say something provocative to draw attention.
Another commenter said that his comment may have been appropriate in a lengthy lecture, but not as an a passing comment in this venue. I have to agree. Context is all the difference between "Honey I'm home!" From a friendly greeting as your spouse arrives from work with the takeout you asked him to pick up... or an impending threat - the voice of an abuser you changed your name and moved out of state to get away from. Context matters.
How does the context in which he was speaking (the venue, the other things he was saying, recent news etc.) change how the comment was heard? What was being implied?
Seriously, if we can't get on our moral high horse against savages who decapitate people and burn captives alive...
1. how far in the gutter does he think we are?
2. who is worse than that
... that he IS willing to get on his moral high horse against?
3. Is he willing to take a stand against anyone or anything?
 February 8, 2015 at 1:30pm
demsrtraitors “Is the democrat party the Deny God party?? Throw their own crap back at them.”
I would add: “no, conservatives are not the ‘deny science’ party. We are also not the ‘lie science’ party”.
 February 2, 2015 at 10:28pm
If you have a vaccination for a specific disease then how is it possible for you to be in jeopardy of someone who chose not to be vaccinated for that specific disease? Are you saying they do not work? Seriously, explain how vaccinated people are put in danger of non vaccinated people assuming the vaccines work as advertised. In recent weeks two small girls have died within 48 hours of the very illness they were vaccinated for when they had no previous symptoms of any illness. Why is it you refuse to look at actual case histories well documented of detrimental effects caused by vaccines in the last 60 years.
Second, anyone coming to forcibly stick a needle in me better be packing heavy.
 February 1, 2015 at 10:53pm
blinknight “@Dr Vel And your explanation for genetically linked cancers is going to be what? The same?
Go ahead, try and use that explanation for genetically linked diseases. You will be sad if I respond to it, promise.”
From Adam onwards endless solar and cosmic radiation of sufficient energy to be ionizing has bombarded the cells in all living creatures exposed to it. This has been accelerated by the chemicals and radiation we are responsible for as all effects are additive. So you are saying the genome has never in history been altered/damaged from generation to generation by these effects? Or that these damaged genes never occur in subsequent generations? Are you really this deficient in knowledge? Even High School science covers this topic. To all this I must add have you never once read a label stating “this has been known to the State of California to cause cancer? I am not interested in your ‘promises’ I find it intolerable to waste much time on people so lacking in knowledge, understanding, and wisdom as every single liberal I have ever heard speak. So no, I will not be replying again. Just not worth it.
 February 1, 2015 at 7:59pm
“She allegedly told the detective she was just trying to get enough money for gas, the station added.”
If she had not bought the drugs she would be able to afford the much cheaper gas.
In ABQ, she could have tugged a trucker for gas money. The truck stops there are the junkie version of Home Depot to illegals.
Last time I was there I just put the 45 in my pocket and didn't worry who saw it. Freaking $h!t hole.
>> “She allegedly told the detective she was just trying to get enough money for gas, the station added.”
Oh, in that case, carry on! Nothing to see here folks, move along.
 February 1, 2015 at 7:51pm
RipeForParody “Bone cancer in children. How exactly does man do that to himself? Explain it.”
Man fills the air, water, and food with both chemical and radiological poisons. How is it you could not answer this for yourself. Even children in school have learned at least this much.
 January 23, 2015 at 11:44am
“Police have not arrested anyone else in connection with either of the two crimes and are still investigating both matters, WLS-TV reported.”
Do people in the media even go to school? Lesson for today media people. You must first arrest at least one before the term ‘anyone else’ would be proper. I thought the incredibly large number of spelling errors on articles here was bad enough. Now it appears not only are they unable to spell words, they are also unable to assemble them together into coherent thought.
No one MAKES you visit this site…you just like to bitch.
Troll on Mr perfect.
I don't jump on people for spelling, grammar or syntax errors unless they meet one or both of the following criteria:
1)They get paid to write.
2) They spend time telling us how fantastic their education is but still write posts that read like they should have been done on a wall... in crayon.
Many of the problems found in writing on The Blaze are errors that would be blindingly obvious to anyone that bothered to proofread what they wrote or to an editor. The fact that people get paid to write yet make grade school errors ALL THE TIME is a symptom of why this country is going to hell in a hand basket. People who defend such atrocious writing, or insult those who point out the errors, are part of the problem.
The issue with writing on The Blaze isn't a misplaced modifier or two, it's constant (and I do mean constant) lack of anything resembling a basic command of the English language. The authors should be embarrassed, but they're not.
Standards slip. It starts small and before you realize it everything's gone to pot. Then a bunch of people stand around complaining about it and wondering how we got to such a sad state of affairs, never bothering to question if it was their own lack of enforcement when it came to basic standards that is to blame. [It is.]
The writing doesn't have to be perfect, everyone is allowed mistakes. However, when it's constant problems with basic things one starts to question your competence at your job.
Dr...I had to re-read that part of the article several times. I thought I was skimming and not reading but, alas, it was another error. What ever happened to editors or proof readers? It's not just The Blaze who does this. I am very picky about published writing. When I see a typo or bad English in professional writing, it just bugs me. Just another step in dumbing down America. May God bless America!
 January 22, 2015 at 10:30am
I did not see anyone commenting on the fact that the so called ‘Christian’ organization ‘Worldview’ is a sham.
“Jack, who is the founder of a Christian organization known as Worldview, didn’t take too kindly to that refusal, filing a complaint against Azucar Bakery with the Colorado Civil Rights Division, sparking a religious discrimination investigation into the incident”
First off all true Christians know it is the sin God hates, not the sinner. So this false ‘Christian’ is not only a liar, they are trying to force another to sin against God. Second no true ‘Christian’ would falsely bring this trouble to another, especially over something which would be to God an abomination. This ‘Christian’ organization is a fake, this is nothing but a setup to harm innocent people conceived in the mind of a truly evil person. I wonder if Jack considers the day he will face God, or the ‘reward’ waiting for him when God judges all souls.
Since most of your pro gay cakes sham lawsuits are brought by gay crusaders, fairs fair. I hope this bankrupts any bakery that refuses service. Fairs fair.
Alinskying works both ways
Doesn't matter. This is what happens when precedent is set.
All tactics can be used against you. Most people hate getting that dose of their own medicine.
I agree that the whole thing may be a setup for a test case, but that’s what often drives legal rulings to settle and clarify “rules” put in place by bureaucrats or to settle disputes when lower courts make a ruling that doesn’t properly consider the ramifications of that ruling in other cases.
Test cases are brought before even the Supreme Court on a regular basis. There is no problem with this being one such test case.
why didn't they go after the liberal owned bussiness.
Then all he has to do again is request she write “homosexuality is a sin”
That’s a factual statement in the Bible and a belief held by all 3 major religions. I may not agree completely with it but I hope Christians who do believe it flood these liberal bakeries and get a taste of what its like to be forced to cater to someone else's beliefs.
 January 16, 2015 at 1:54pm
The Sun goes through periodic long term cycles much longer than the sunspot cycle of 11 years, a cycle of just under 1,000 years. Right now it is burning hotter than it was a hundred years ago as seen by the increase in temperature of the other planets. This must be subtracted from any increase to find what amount of heat increase man has caused. How interesting these ‘scientists’ do not mention this 1.22 degree increase may be caused more by the sun than by man. Along the lines of say 0.1 degree added by man and 1.12 by the hotter sun. Yet for grant money offered by those with agendas who desire to both control and destroy us they conveniently never include the increase seen on other planets which cannot be caused by mankind. They do not subtract this amount from earths total warming to find out man has not had all that great of an effect on temperature rise. I for one am tired of them treating us as stupid while they rob us through taxes, destroy our economy and way of life in order to line their pockets and take power and control away from our lives. However I imagine this is less to be worried about than what level of anger God is being provoked to by this current generation. I fear Him far more then I fear what the Sun (or these corrupt leaders) can do to us all.
[-5] January 10, 2015 at 2:58pm
Right Gonzo and sitting at your keyboard playing Ascii warrior is even less brave. At least they are marching outside, standing up for their principles. You are sitting in comfort berating these people for taking a stand. Why are you not at the Mexico border protesting what is happening here on a much larger scale? Or standing outside a mosque watching them here?
“Close your borders to Muslim immigrants! Want to get out of the hole you’re in? First step, STOP DIGGING!”
See to your own house before berating others for the stand they are taking in theirs. At least they are outside doing something, rallying others, speaking out in public.
“Make all citizens of France follow the laws of France.”
As in make our leaders honor the Constitution? The people who shoved Obamacare down our throats are conveniently not subject to it. We are. Is this not similar? The lawmakers are not subject to nor following the laws they put upon us. Are they not also ‘citizens’ here?
While I do not disagree with your message, saying “That’s not brave, that’s just something to make yourselves feel better about the mess you’re in” seems rather hypocritical when you are putting them down for doing something you yourself are not. That is, standing out in the weather holding signs, taking a stand, speaking out. At least they are trying to do something. So stop berating them for it.
It would be the happiest day of my life to see 700,000 in Washington DC protesting the destruction of this nation. We have been complaining on comment boards for 6+ years to little effect. Americans, the only way to save our nation is to put our boots on. Viva la France! Viva la USA!
Telling me what I am and am not doing is hypocritical because you don't have a clue what I'm doing.
 January 5, 2015 at 5:05pm
“Cook County Judge Adam Bourgeois Jr. told Bassett: “You should have more respect for police officers.””
Respect is earned not given or it has no meaning. When do they show the people respect. What this judge is really saying is the veteran did not show police the proper level of fear. Well your shadow We the People have had enough of you and all like you who think we are mere slaves given life by God only to serve you and your corrupt system.
 January 1, 2015 at 6:43pm
What an oxymoron. Lawmakers requiring students to understand a document they themselves have no respect for and refuse to honor.
 December 28, 2014 at 9:17pm
By the way I am tired of the Enquirer style headlines leaving one playing guessing games or forced to click the story to know it’s content, instead of headlines which give an idea. Clearly you do this to gain advertising money. If you were serious about the news you would not do this. People like to scan headlines to decide if the story is worth looking at not play childish guessing games. Clearly it is all about the money regardless of what your original mission was in the beginning.
 December 28, 2014 at 9:03pm
Justice Department Grants Linked to Cop-killing Rap Video
I would include Holder in this inciting violence trend. He began his DOJ service refusing to prosecute panthers interfering with a lawful election in 08 claiming he was not going to prosecute ‘his people’. Now he has taken 1.5 million from working Americans taxes to pay for the production of the video in the story above. When justice is unequal there is no law, only tyranny.
By the way blaze are you now part of the mainstream media? You never run stories such as this yet fill your pages with useless fluff stories. A trend getting worse as each day goes by. Do you think we are ignorant? Do you think you will not diminish in ratings as CNN and MSLSD have if you keep this trend up? Why is it I must go to sites such as Infowars to see the news you repeatedly ignore? Or you post an old Infowars story 3 days later as if you just found out about it. Why is it with your money you have zero teams going out actually gathering news yet Alex on less than a tenth of your finances has several?
By the way I am tired of the Enquirer style headlines leaving one playing guessing games or forced to click the story to know it's content, instead of headlines which give an idea. Clearly you do this to gain advertising money. If you were serious about the news you would not do this. People like to scan headlines to decide if the story is worth looking at not play childish guessing games. Clearly it is all about the money regardless of what your original mission was in the beginning.
 December 23, 2014 at 12:33am
Darmok, just tell them you live between a rock and a hard place.