Old Chinese saying, “never take legal advice from someone who can’t spell”. The word is perjured. You can thank the teachers union, better known as friends of the Big Zero, for your shortcoming.
February 2, 2013 at 7:48pm
When someone shoots a round of skeet it takes 25 shells to complete a round. Hence, anyone really shooting skeet wears either a shooting vest or belt w/ a shell bag attached to hold the needed shells to complete the round. BHO at most is just shooting off a round (with very poor form) at who knows what, for who knows why. He’s not skeet shooting or else there’s someone next to him to hand him his next 2 shells for the next 12 shooting positions since it does not appear has any means to hold the needed shells. He’s not a regular at shooting skeet by all appearances in the photo.
December 19, 2012 at 7:30pm
Absolutely agree. This is over reach by the DPS. The officers & their superiors need to go. The ladies are owed damages, which will actually just cost the taxpayers in the end. Drug dogs are available for these type of searches if needed. Apparently, these officers thought better & felt they had the right to be as intrusive as desired.
December 18, 2012 at 8:18pm
Convicted crimminals & persons declared to be mentally ill do not have 2nd Ammendment rights, so really we’re just talking about law abiding citizens. Makes alot of since, not.
October 16, 2012 at 11:58pm
Next week s’ debate is on foreign policy? Would be great to have more questions on F&F to explain how the US gov. supplied guns to criminals to our neighbor country, This resulted in hundreds of deaths across the border in addition to the US agents.
If a druggie says “I thought it was my house”, he’s lying. If a druggie says ” I hought that was my tv, jewelry (you can fill in the item), he’s lying. If a druggie says, “I thought you were a friend of mine”, he’s lying. There’s a certain pattern to pick-up here for those who haven’t noticed this before. For more tips go to a local prison to hear some more lies or if you insist, stories.
March 2, 2012 at 7:09pm
Too bad O didn’t call & tell her to “stop acting stupidly”. She couldn’t have gotten some free brewski as well.
March 1, 2012 at 8:51pm
Breitbart always showed incredible & tireless talent. He will be missed & it is truly our loss. God bless you & your family, Andrew.
April 22, 2011 at 10:53pm
“#3 Due to U.S. ethanol subsidies, almost a third of all corn grown in the United States is now used for fuel. This is putting a lot of stress on the price of corn.”
You fail to mention that the bi-product of ethanol production, DDG – dried distillers grain, is used as livestock feed. Therefore you need to explain that 1/2 of the “third of all corn grown in the U.S.” of the ethanol production bi-product is fed to livestock. Why doesn’t the writer mention this? Does he not know the use of the bi-products following ethanol production? Does Glenn? Does this make for a better story? I want an answer Blaze! BHO may not be the only one who likes to play loose with the facts.
April 22, 2011 at 10:42pm
BARRYNMOOCH, You sir are 100% accurate. I reallly hate seeing all these city folks in a panick. It’s sad to see how little they know of where there food comes from & how it’s produced. I like Beck, but he needs to settle it down. Glenn, nor the writer of this article have any idea of what they are saying in regards to this topic. There are plenty of things to be worried about but a food shortage is pure BS. Higher prices? Sure. But thats’ being caused by higher fuel costs. Drill, Baby, Drill!!!!!!
April 22, 2011 at 10:22pm
There is enough to fear regarding current events, but an actual food shortage is BS. I like Glenns’ show & listen when I can but he’s full of it regarding a food crisis, as is the writer of this story. Glenn has repeatedly said we are 18 days away from running out of stored grain. I beg you Glenn & others, stop spreading such lies. Your facts are wrong. I’ve been involved in production agriculture for over 20 years. The U.S. farmer will not let the public grow hungry. The public may buy into this fear because they are very removed from agriculture, as is Beck & the writer of this article. In production agriculture, it is very easy to over produce crops such as dry beans, peas etc.. with just a few thousand acres of these crops planted, the market price of these crops becomes next to nothing. The farmers can’t give them away. My pont being, we grow corn because there is a demand for it & it’s profitable. If food were to become scarce, farmers can easly go to beans or peas & provide a surplus within a couple months time. The U.S farmer is very efficent & there is no way that a real food shortage could occur. If there is demand for beans, peas, etc… economics will dictate to the farmer what to plant. That’s the basics of the farm economy. Let’s cut it out with the “were running out of food!!!”. MIght as well start crying the sky is falling.
I hear what your saying, I also worked on a farm, sir you are WRONG there can always be a shortage, and it will be ugly, Maybe you ride around in a air conditioned 125hp J.D, 7330,I have a 5105 with clambucket , anyway the polititions are the ones Thatl make life hard.They will line their pockets, and we the people will sufffer