Bong-boy lives outside of the district he’s running for, when does that fact exclude him from the ballot? I would have thought that basic bit of information would have been required upfront, what with residency requirements and all. Where’s his water bill with Dan’s name on it for an address within the district from at least 6 months prior to the election?
I guess the Republican Party really is scraping the bottom of the barrell.
Bonb-boy? start off with insults from someone you clearly don't know? Or you just assume all distinguished secret service agents are marijuana users? If you are complaining about residency requirements, you probably ought to check all those black congressmen and the rest of democrats representing low income districts that live nowhere near their district and/or spend a majority of their time in the rich, rich, rich D.C. suburbs.
The Constitution does not specify that congressional candidates must live in the district they are running for. BTW, did you mean it to be "bong-boy," or was "bono-boy" what you were aiming for? If the latter, it would evoke the Ronald Reagan film "Bedtime for Bonzo." I think it may be bedtime for Bongino in this campaign.
August 20, 2016 at 8:29pm
Why did the front page image for this story show a Glock magazine with cartridges loaded in backward?
 August 19, 2016 at 7:14pm
Brawndo! The thirst mutilator! It has electrolytes. It’s what plants crave!
De Joo handed the Islamist his own ass. The IOC handed him his walking papers. Boo hoo! So sad. Don’t let the door hitcha in the ass you landed on on your way out.
August 15, 2016 at 7:40pm
The only UNnatural sex act is the one you are physicly incapable of performing.
August 15, 2016 at 10:31am
In the case of the Indiana pizza bigots, can anyone name one LGBT-based organization that came out with threats of rape and/or arson, or are you cherry picking the most heinous of utterances from excitable *individuals*?
This story is not about the Hilton Hotels and Resorts ads. This story isn’t even about the threat to “take our business elsewhere”. This story is about the fact that when this “inexcusable” affront to Christian decency happened, an entire political action committee, the American Family Association mobilized against it.
[-5] July 16, 2016 at 7:17pm
As a devout Atheist Kweerosekshul… I have no idea which direction I should jump on this story.
So instead, I’m just gonna sit on my porch enjoying a nice glass of home made lemonade with my trusty sidearm on my hip and watch the people who care about this story far more than I do tear each other new orifices god never intended them to have.
Ouch, maybe this sums it up for you?
You can choose a ready guide in some celestial voice
If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice
You can choose from phantom fears and kindness that can kill
I will choose a path that’s clear
I will choose freewill.
 July 13, 2016 at 11:27am
Stay classy, Indiana criminals.
 July 12, 2016 at 8:37am
The willfully ignorant are the most profoundly ignorant.
Your critical reading skills are atrocious. “This water, unlike surface water, must have come from deep-crust minerals and had been unable to reach the surface because of a layer of impermeable rock.” That which you claim contradicts me, contradicts you instead. The water they found was not from the surface and could not reach the surface, nor surface water reach it. Also, they did not find REMOTELY enough water to flood the entire planet all at once.
July 12, 2016 at 8:15am
You are the very definition of “hard of thinking”, aren’t you? Yes, virtually the entire planet has experienced flooding. No, there has never been a flood that happened everywhere at the same time. And did you ignore me when I mentioned plate tectonics above?
Oh, sorry. You’re a young-earth creationist, aren’t you. You’re incapable of believing in plate tectonics, because they take millions of years to make alterations to the face of the planet, and you can only think back 6000 years or so. But wait, then what is your problem with radiocarbon dating? It can reliably go back 6000 using basic techniques and equipment a high school chemistry student could use.
How did sea fossils come to be depositted on the tops of the highest mountain peaks? Simple. Once upon a time, there was a deep sea, full of life. Animals died, sank to the bottom, and were buried to become fossils in the sea bed. Then, over millions of years, the Earth thrust that sea bed up, until it jutted out of the water, with the sea fossils still embedded in it. Then, it continued to be forced up, along with all of the rock around it, until it formed a mountain, long after those sea creatures which had been fossilized were dead.
Or god did it.
Which explanation is scientific? Which explanation do even Bible believing geologists accept as true? Does the Bible dictate that Noah’s mythologic flood depositted sea creature fossils on the tops of mountains? Does the Bible even mention the fossils?
 July 11, 2016 at 6:50am
Oh dear. Now people want to disappear all the non-existent water of Noah’s floor by turning it into cloud cover to block the sun? Tch-tch. Christian apologists are really too deluded to be conversed with rationally.
July 11, 2016 at 6:48am
Subterranean water deposits are perfectly ordinary and to be expected. They are where the human race gets our drinking water from, for the most part. They prove nothing of the Noah’s flood myth. Even if you drain all the aquifers of the planet and then use that water to coat the entire surface of the Earth, it would amount to a few feet of water, which would quickly mix with all of the planet’s sea water as it drained back off the dry land, which it would never be able to remotely come close to submerging completely, and eventually drain back down to refill those aquifers.
You’re the one claiming there’s 5.5 miles of just seawater buried down there. Take your “theory” to a proper geologist and see if they don’t bust a gut laughing before giving you an explanation better than mine on how there’s no such thing as enough water to cover the Earth 5.5 miles thick in water hidden underground.
 July 10, 2016 at 10:44pm
The “Master Engineer” of the universe just took over the bodies of the Kentucky builders to insure that their ark is exactly the same as Noah’s. That’s how the god of the Christians work, isn’t it?
 July 10, 2016 at 10:42pm
Sure. Go right ahead and ignore the geologic evidence refuting the global superflood in favour of multiple, disparate, localized regional flood events. Yeah. That’s good apologetics.
 July 10, 2016 at 10:38pm
So, you’re not content with just 5.5 miles of pure water, you want to leaven all that water with ROCK. So, rather than explaining 5.5 miles of non-existent subterranean ocean, you want to explain your apologetics with 550 miles deep water stored in the cracks of 356+ °F ROCKS! Yeah! The age of steam ended far too soon for you, didn’t it? That’s really where you think all the water from Noah’s flood went?
 July 10, 2016 at 8:58pm
Cuba’s looked better.
Dude needs to hit the gym and get back in front of the camera.
he is in front of the camera except most of his movies are straight to DVD.
 July 10, 2016 at 8:51pm
If I had the option of driving across a bridge designed and built by devil worshipping Satanists using all modern civil engineering best practices or a separate bridge to the same destination built by Bible believing Christians using the Word of God and prayer, I’ll take the Satanists’ bridge every time and twice on Sundays.
July 10, 2016 at 8:45pm
See above my dismantlement of the subterranean water reserves argument of 4truth2all.
July 10, 2016 at 8:44pm
It’s not an issue of studying the whole surface of the Earth, and I never said we would have to do that. What I said was that even if you studied the whole surface of the Earth, you WOULD in fact find that the whole surface of the Earth experienced ancient flooding. This in no way supports your hypothesis of a global superflood. In fact, if you had read what I said, I asserted that all extant evidence for catastrophic, wide-spread flooding contradicts the single superflood hypothesis. The flooding in different regions did not happen all at the same time, but rather happened in wildly different times in the ancient past. If people A have a legend that geology backs up with evidence, of an ancient superflood happening 10,000 years ago, and a few thousand miles away, people B have a similar legend, likewise backed up by local geologic record, of an ancient superflood just 7,500 years ago, then logicly, those superfloods could not have been the same superflood, and they were not global in scale. If they were, both people A and people B would have reported superfloods 7,500 years ago as well as 10,000 years ago. People B and their geology did not see the 10,000 year ago flood and People A and their geology did not see the flood 7,500 years ago, ergo, these ancient superfloods were not global, and Noah’s story is fiction.
Add in enough ancient superflood stories from other regions, enough to fill out the rest of the alphabet, and see your argument disintegrate.