I am sorry did the Christians just have 10 lawsuits and law changes in the last 18 months suing businesses that don’t agree with them for not doing business with them? Only to then complain when a business who does not share their view does? Do Christians get massive media support when they oppose how their views are being treated? If any of the above was the case many businesses would exist in the USA. I think a Christian would just chose to easily find the service elsewhere.
Your example compared an apple to an extinct mammoth.
 May 20, 2015 at 4:36pm
I think you missed the greater irony. Homosexual couples (the militant ones by no means the majority) have said that they want to have a business be forced to do something for them when they KNOW the business does not share their views on marriage…..Now when given the chance to do business with a company they know doesn’t share their views (remember the business did not turn them away) they say “whoa whoa whoa….we do not want to do business with someone who does not share our views……unless they don’t want to with us…then we really really want to…so we will sue them…..unless they want to do business with us…then we don’t want to”
 May 20, 2015 at 4:32pm
The best part of this is it is a massive nuclear bomb in the same sex marriage argument that has been used to sue bakers and flower shops for the last 5 years. Essentially this couple is saying because we disagree with you we do not want the service you provided anymore and can easily seek it elsewhere. No different then saying I have a moral religious belief that does not allow me to support what you are doing AND (this is the major key for the US constitution although it is not required) you can easily receive the service elsewhere.
What this case displays is homosexual marriage’s militant supporters (not all just the fanatic ones) do not care about rights or freedom they merely care about their viewpoint being accepted as the ONLY viewpoint.
Do you see the irony in your posting? You mock people of religious faith, yet you have a more passionate dare I say inflexible view of your faith then they do of theirs. You convince yourself just as hard that there is no God as people of faith do that there is.
 May 15, 2015 at 4:51pm
It is his schtick…everytime I hear he is on tv I cringe but have to watch because he goes to the absurd to make a valid point.
 May 14, 2015 at 11:36am
The Bible teaches us that the world is fallen but that God is always present. This is not paradise and therefor things of a fallen world can happen (tornado). Most Christians believe that all things must pass through God’s hands. The struggle is to make sense of it. The higher calling that He has may be this verse bringing peace to 200 people who read this story and are struggling right now with some aspect of their life. God took two of his servants, together to Heaven…then comforted many by this. The answer is not always easy. My friends daughter went into a coma and likely will never talk again but her struggle and the families strength has inspire THOUSANDS and saved over 15 kids with the same condition already. The world is not perfect, God is. I can’t say I get it always but their is a plan. Does God “let” bad things happen to good people? IDK I think the word “let” is wrong. The world left God and now he has promised he will be there for those who turn to him when the world seeks to destroy him. If you believe in God you know evil exists. I pray you look into what God says for us. God Bless.
[-1] April 23, 2015 at 10:23am
People act like if he was blinded by a meteor somehow that was not God acting.
Because his statement is moronically stupid when considering and taking into account the entirety of the event and is in fact an effort to discredit the words of scripture, thus making it demonic.
And the Lord said ... "my people perish for lack of knowledge"
 April 22, 2015 at 12:52pm
There is a woman truly being “Jesus to the rest of us”. God Bless her.
All this black and white crap you hear on the news everyday now…NO. What you are watching above is how we are made. How we should be. There are far more of her then of those people (black or white) who want to make us feel as if we are divided and different. Sorry to make this about race but all we hear is the bad stuff. There is no race difference being thought of there there is just two people helping each other.
“Her grandparents always spoke about the immigrant experience and, as a result she has always thought of them as immigrants,”
See for liberals (and the media with liberals) what matters is the “thought” how the person perceived something. Not reality. This really should be a non-story but it has to be now-days due to how conservatives are treated always being forced to prove everything to every last detail (Romney Taxes, Cain, the now vanished women ect).
She likley spoke in a little hyperbole but if a conservative can’t speak in hyperbole then a liberal should not be given a pass either
 April 16, 2015 at 10:58am
This should be a who cares story but in 2015 here are the problems:
1) People who heard her PSA will never have heard any of the after-math and will use it as an example of how terrible america is ect ect …transition to liberal electorate
2) Yet again the ends are justifying the means. The voters this targets will never know it was a lie, it has already served its purpose.
3) Conservatives have to prove things “didn’t happen” when accused (example: Romney and taxes, Cain and the now vanished women ect) while liberals only have to say sorry and sweep it under the rug when they are actually caught with it happening.
What does 1,2,and 3 all have in common? They all rely on an electorate and public that gets it’s news from comedy shows, entertainment programs, and celebrities. They rely on an electorate that does not care and has been dumbed down to the point of voting based on slogans and ideas they create in their own minds.
 April 15, 2015 at 11:13am
1) She is not supporting “liberties” she is supporting anarchy. That is like saying if you want/”need” to kill your neighbor it is a liberty.
2) There is 0 instances where a late term abortion will save a mothers life where a pre-term C-section or other delivery would not. So “letting the woman die” is not valid when talking late term abortions.
3) Whether it is rape/incest or mothers physical health we need to admit that those are a small small fraction (I believe it is under 10%) of the abortions we do in the USA. So please don’t kid yourself if you claim to support abortion because of those things so you must oppose any restrictions to it. Really you are supporting the 90% convenience killing of a human life.
God have Mercy on us.
Rand Paul's hypothetical question is the truly obnoxious issue here. According to a Fox(not) News article there are approximately 100 3rd trimester abortions performed in the U.S. annually. This is about 0.01% of total abortions. As a physician, do you seriously see anybody going 6-7-8 months into a pregnancy then opting for an abortion? Is this really the point where a bunch of pandering politicians are qualified to make medical decisions?
This is more complicated than you suggest. Due to either fetal anomalies or risks to the health of the patient, a pregnancy that is otherwise wanted/planned may be terminated. Late terminations are only 1%. For many people, no symptoms of pregnancy are experienced, so it can take a while to learn that they’re pregnant. Sometimes it’s because they were on birth control and don’t get normal periods, sometimes they’re dealing with other physical problems and don’t notice the signs.
And extreme financial hardship also has an effect on pregnancy determinations.
There is nothing "convenient" or easy about late term abortion.
 December 19, 2014 at 12:14pm
whoa whoa whoa whoa….hands up don’t shoot.
Wait that never happened in the brown case…but still celebrities and CNN anchors are saying it so it must mean something.
Wait, hang on Obama is calling………..
Okay turns out since this guy was Hispanic and not Black hands up don’t shoot does not apply so we are all good. Glad I took the call. I wouldn’t want to look foolish.
0bama's thought process: hispanic = white, dead white = OK (now I got's ta watch some D'Jango)
 December 17, 2014 at 3:22pm
We laugh but this is the 2014 media…this is not just MSNBC. Sure they look completely moronic more then the others but what CBS/ABC/NBC do on a nightly basis is actually more damaging to the nation then some MSNBC hack. The networks knowingly omit information NIGHTLY.
 December 17, 2014 at 3:19pm
That statement shows what she thinks of the everyday worker for one.
For two; my wife is a very white taller nice looking blonde woman and she gets asked if she works in nearly every store I have ever been in with her.
When we look at things through glasses that are tinted by a viewpoint they always let us “see” what we want.
 December 11, 2014 at 3:14pm
For the stupid kids that sympathize with these barbarians:
 December 11, 2014 at 3:11pm
So if she would have said “hands up don’t shoot” would that have changed anything?
Perhaps peoples should look in the mirror when they feel that people look at them differently in certain neighborhoods.
 December 10, 2014 at 10:38am
Well Smith is obviously just a pot stirrer. That or uninformed. He claims he is an atheist but then prays to father earth. That is not atheism. So if you are so passionate about a belief structure you chose to go to a meeting and invoke it you would think you would understand it. He is more wiccan or pagan it appears. That or merely anti-christian and just wanted to make a scene. I think we all know which it is.
I would believe him to be more "anti-christian" than anything else.
Yeah, definitely not a pagan. Just a grandstanding jacka$$
 December 1, 2014 at 10:57am
Hands up don’t shoot…..right?
We have a society that throws meat to the wolves then wonders why pathetic stuff like this happens.
 December 1, 2014 at 10:52am
You can support the “right” but oppose the reason. Opposing is also a right.
I will add that although this does not quite reach that level (although I think what brown’s step father did does) you do not have the “right” to yell fire in a crowded public space or yell verbal threats on a plane ect.
 December 1, 2014 at 10:50am
This coming from a NFL that seems to have a bit of a problem with it’s players domestic behavior.
Why do I have a feeling that many people who come across these players in their private lives would be more then happy to see them with their hands up…instead of flying at their faces or pushing them down.
Shocked to see NFL players so mis-informed…wait…no I’m not.