Some viewers may find disturbing???? These boys are just being boys.
October 13, 2016 at 7:53pm
This is just like it happened to Bill Cosby, Herman Cain, and Bill Clinton. They are too many to be dismissed. He is a scumbag.
 October 13, 2016 at 7:26am
Yes, it is called a sex slave. Did you ever hear about Bill Clinton being accused of goigng to Epstein’s private island to have sex parties? Guess what, Trump has been friends with the Clintons since then and probably went to the same parties.
 October 11, 2016 at 7:10pm
I used to like Carson. I thought he was a godly man. Man, was I wrong! A lot of christians have exchanged God for a flesh idol. We are living one of those many moments in the book of Judges in which the people of Israel became slaves for worshiping Baal.
Dr. Carson is a godly man. He (and all of the pastors supporting Trump) is also wise enough to know that we are NOT electing a pastor to lead a church. We are electing someone to lead this country out of the abyss economically, security-wise, and in every other way. Trump is the only candidate that will preserve our religious liberties. He is the only person that is fighting for the rule of law. Who are you to judge Trump? I am a Christian and pray that God does not judge me for who I was before I accepted him as my Lord and Savior. There are many worse than Trump that God used for his glory in the Bible. Here's a link for you: www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqwFWD_Htfo
Christian conservatives should be condemning such words, not defending. It seems we as "Christians" have forgotten that such words offend God Himself.
June 23, 2016 at 4:25pm
Same chord sequence, slightly different melody. But, does that mean that every blues musician has to be sued since there are only about four or five different chord sequences in blues and all of them use them over, and over again?
Isn’t that a musical influence?
 June 21, 2016 at 1:31pm
Well, judging by the “doctor’s” actions, it does not take a lot of brains to be a baby butcher, I’m sorry, a pregnancy termination MD.
 May 12, 2016 at 7:44am
“Angulo appeared to begin to say “under God,” but then stopped mid-sentence. It wasn’t clear why.”
For the same reason that they denied God three times in the 2012 DNC convention. They do not believe in God. Believing in Him makes them stupid. It is the post modern man approaching the next step in evolution. We are worshiping ourselves and Baal thinking this way. Read the book of Judges and see how many times, in only one book of the Bible, God had to drop His hedge of protection on Israel for worshiping Baal.
[-3] May 12, 2016 at 7:34am
Isn’t it in times of trouble when your true character really shows? I guess he is having trouble finding a job, so he decided to do the most despicable thing he could do. It is one of many things that make me question the jury’s decision.
And for those who think that it is okay because it is legal, abortion is legal, it is not moral.
Shooting the dindu nuffin who has mounted and is pummeling you is perfectly moral. So is selling the gun you used to do so to the highest bidder.
What's he supposed to do, turn it into a memorial for St. Skittles? He could make it into a bong I guess....
he defended his life within the scope of the law. that action was justified. Cant tie his other actions to that one. even a broken clock is right twice a day...
No Eduardo, in times of trouble Mother Mary comes to me, speaking words of wisdom, "let it be".
April 28, 2016 at 7:38am
At least we know on who’s side planned parenthood is. If there were any doubts.
The Utah Jazz were playing like the Washington Generals.
If you know what I mean.
 April 6, 2016 at 12:00pm
I do not think it is a “pussification” of the sport. Baseball is a very minimum contact sport. Any interference to the opposing has always been illegal. I always thought baseball was a sport in which the best of us was celebrated. What Bautista did was plain old cheating and he was caught. Is it a man thing to cheat? Or, is it a manly thing to win cleanly using the best of our abilities? Or, is it a manly thing to do whatever it takes to win? Should cheating be tolerated, or maybe celebrated when it was the reason for a win? Now I understand why Trump has so many supporters.
Rivera: For sure and there's nothing PURTY about "Snaggle Tooth", (I know nothing) Sgt. Schultz! lol
March 27, 2016 at 8:41am
I think this woman is a victim of the Stockholm syndrome.
March 24, 2016 at 3:03pm
Here’s the thing. Carson has his life made. The results of any of the future elections will not affect him, or so he thinks. He was offered a consulting job in the Trump cabinet, he admitted it in another interview. Another thing, he is acting like if he was screwed by the “establishment” in the primaries. So his thinking is, “I was screwed. I don’t care about anyone else. I don’t care about the republic nor the party. If Trump gets elected, it won’t affect me because my life is made. Even though he is a liar, he offered me a gravy job, so I may make some money out of the endorsement. So screw everyone else. They screwed me. I will endorse Trump.”
I guarantee you that is what is going through his mind while he is trying to project all that peacefulness.
I guarantee you that nothing went through your mind in the writing of that vile screed.
Carson DOES pretty much have it made and doesn't need to take some crummy consulting job. Instead, he's at the point where he can say what he pleases without worrying about personal consequences. I've met the man a couple times and he doesn't strike me as the callous sort you are describing.
March 22, 2016 at 7:29am
A poll with such a small sample size should not make it even to the local municipality newspaper.
Come on. How could less than 8 people per state be wrong?
[-1] March 20, 2016 at 9:03am
These Trump rally events have turned out as really family friendly environment where I would be proud to show my children part of our democratic electoral process.
Now I will turn off my sarcasm switch.
Thanks the paid protestors. They are to blame and are hired to cause trouble.
 March 19, 2016 at 4:43pm
This is the DNC chairwoman’s, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, definition of super or “unpledge” delegates: “Unpledged delegates exist really to make sure that party leaders and elected officials don’t have to be in a position where they are running against grassroots activists. We are as a Democratic Party really highlight and emphasize inclusiveness and diversity at our convention, and so we want to give every opportunity to grassroots activists and diverse, committed Democrats to be able to participate, attend, and be a delegate at the convention. And so we separate out those, those unpledged delegates to make sure that there isn’t competition between them.”
In other words: the DNC gives their people the illusion of a democratic process, but at the end, it will be the elite who will determine their presidential candidate.