Keep it simple – team management and the NFL head flap jaw have not taken action. Last year we only watched a few season games – the playoff and the Super Bowl.
This season we will be watching NONE = ZERO = 0 If you watch NFL games – you support this BS
I think Kaepernick has an agenda that has nothing to do with oppression or the flag. Has it occurred to anyone that he may be doing this to lay the foundation for a lawsuit against the NFL and/or the 49ers? It's no secret that Kaepernick hasn't performed well as a quarterback for the last couple of years and that no team was interested in picking him up because despite Kaepernick's dismal showing, he was demanding far more money than any team thought he was worth. He is probably going to be cut by the 49ers because he's declined as a player and now he'll be able to allege that racism and refusal to stand for the flag was the reason, rather than thel reason--he's a lousy quarterback.
Empty stadium anyone? The 49er brand might suffer from this fool. Although sadly, he has the right to be a fool
 August 24, 2016 at 9:21am
I read a good part of the complaint in this case. When I practiced law, I used to handle discrimination cases. This one sounds like a pile of BS. I reiterate: to win a workplace sexual harassment case, the plaintiff has to prove that the sexual harassment was DIRECTLY connected to her job duties, i.e. if you sleep with me, you’ll get a promotion; if you don’t sleep with me, you’ll get fired. Also, if the plaintiff can prove that the sexual harassment was so overwhelming that he/she couldn’t perform his/her job, that too would qualify. If Ailes, in effect, demoted her because he didn’t like her or the way she behaved toward her ex-boyfriend, there’s no case. It’s not against the law. Whatever Bill O’Reilly and Scott Brown may or may not have said to her is irrelevant: they are not her employer. And they certainly didn’t create an overwhelming atmosphere of harassment so that she couldn’t perform her job. This whole business strikes me as a revenge money grab by an egotistical woman who had big ideas about her career which never materialized.
Good point, and why BTW is this even on this site other than another attempt to discredit any Trump supporters … and I am not a fan of Brown or O'Reilly, but come on guys ... Am I right?
IF the allegations are true, her bosses failure to act on or investigate her harassment accusations, could create a hostile work environment. She also alleges a large amount of retaliation for making the accusations. I don't think you read much of the complaint at all if you can't see the basis for the lawsuit. Whether she can prove it or not is beside the point. The allegations are such that they justify the lawsuit moving forward.
 August 19, 2016 at 7:24am
No one really knows why some people live to ripe old ages and others don’t. Always reminds me of when the media interviews a very old person (100+) and asks what their secret of longevity is. One will say ” I drink regularly and smoke a pack of cigarettes a day.” Another will say “I never drink or smoke.” Go figure. You should try to live a healthy lifestyle but, beyond that, it’s out of our hands.
 August 18, 2016 at 10:26am
What’s the liability? Aren’t the firefighters Americans? Aren’t most of the people they assist Americans? Or maybe Arlington is now majority Muslim and they might be “offended” by looking at the flag of the country in which they now reside. Disgusting.
Haven't you seen the statistics of all the major traffic accidents in the last 15 years that were caused by the flags flying off the truck on to the car behind it? or how the 4 foot flag waving around obstructed the view of the driver who was following, but "Stay[ed Back 500 Feet"?
August 17, 2016 at 7:01am
They try burning down my house and they’ll get a 9mm greeting.
 August 16, 2016 at 7:06am
I think Cam speaks for the “silent majority” of black people who are responsible, working for a living and taking care of themselves and their families. I think he’s right: this country is beyond race. The only people playing the race card right now are people making money off it, i.e. Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, etc. and the anarchistic violent thugs who make up Black Lives Matter.
 August 15, 2016 at 8:44am
I love it. All this violence is because rich people won’t hand black people free money. It’s not enough that our government is handing out money to these folks in the form of welfare payments, SSI, etc. Now all rich people should join in. This is pathetic.
August 10, 2016 at 9:11am
Another point: what if the attacker then chases you and runs faster than you do? It’s all over.
 August 10, 2016 at 9:09am
Since I conceal carry, I have a better solution. Step back and let loose with a few 9mm rounds.
That's my solution also except I like my 45 ACP Colt Defender. That being said, remember, she's in England, she dosen't have that option.
 August 5, 2016 at 9:00am
George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, among others, owned slaves. What of I wore a hat with their likenesses on it? Would this moron of a complainant be offended? Probably.
 August 4, 2016 at 7:00am
First of all, this is CNN poll. Enough said. And who is publishing this poll? The Blaze, which is owned by a Trump-hater. Put the two together and you’ll see just how much objectivity is on display here.
 August 2, 2016 at 6:50am
Who hasn’t used racist words at some time or other in their lives? I’m sure it still goes on. The difference today is that every little thing that happens in this country, especially if it’s politically incorrect, gets front-page attention. The mass media is turning into one big tabloid. I grew up in the 1950′s. I wish I had a dollar for every time I used a public rest room and saw anti-black and anti-Semitic graffiti scrawled on a bathroom wall, especially in places where alcohol was being served. I’d be a millionaire by now. Know what we did back then? Chalked it up to drunkenness or stupidity and ignored it. Try doing that today. The thought police will be called in and sensitivity training will be imposed as quickly as possible.
 July 31, 2016 at 3:07pm
If I were those police officers, I would seriously consider suing Mosby, the City of Baltimore, and anyone else connected with this phony case for malicious prosecution.
Billions in civil penalties against her, the city, the county, and the state.
Looks like they have: http://www.cnn.com/2016/07/27/us/baltimore-marilyn-mosby-officer-lawsuits-freddie-gray
If it were me I would seriously consider my freedom as a fair trade to remove her face with a shotgun. Just to get the point across and begin the revolution that NEEDS to be fought.
 July 23, 2016 at 11:34am
“The BOTTOM is rising up…??” Which “bottom” was that? You mean ordinary Americans who fear for their jobs, their values and the direction in which this country is heading? If you want a clear-cut example of arrogant,elitist thinking Beck’s statement crystallizes it perfectly.
 July 22, 2016 at 7:07am
Since Beck hates Trump, this article doesn’t surprise me. However, Cruz is finished as a Presidential candidate no matter what happens with Trump.
There is an axiom in presidential politics: When you try to kneecap the eventual nominee, your career is over. Parties are brutal things. I liken this to what happened to George Romney after what he did to Goldwater in 1964, or what happened to Scoop Jackson after what he did to McGovern in 1972. Ted Cruz is a poor student of history. If he wanted to be like Reagan in 1976, he should have bit the bullet and endorsed Trump, just like Reagan endorsed Ford. I guarantee that if Reagan would have done to Ford what Cruz did, he would have never been elected President. One may try to call Cruz a "man of principles", but given his betrayal of The Pledge, his childish rationale for his refusal to endorse Trump (he picked on my daddy), and his increasing weirdness toward the end of the campaign (picking Fiorina for his "running mate" after being mathematically eliminated), I would say his higher aspirations are over. His only hope now is to work really hard to fend off the eventual hyper-funded primary challenger for his Senate seat in 2018.
 July 21, 2016 at 2:55pm
I don’t think Cruz’s failure to endorse the nominee has anything to do with his family. I think he’s trying to keep himself separate and apart from Trump because he thinks he’s going to run in 2020. That may or may not happen. My thinking about Cruz, who I was behind in the beginning, has come around 180 degrees, based on his behavior. Cruz now strikes me as an ideological Conservative purist. Unfortunately, he doesn’t yet realize (like Liberal ideological purists) that most Americans are in the center and are not “pure” anything. That’s why I don’t think he’s going anywhere on the national stage now or in the future. I’m not crazy about Trump but I’ll vote for him. I think he’s closer to the center than Cruz will ever be.
AndDeceiving Don strikes me as a pathological liar and sociopath. So ...we each have our ideas. Time will tell.
If Trump makes a mess of the presidency then he will be the Hero, if not Cruz will be the goat, and IF Hillary wins, then I doubt that Cruz will survive his next election cycle in Texas.
Or maybe it's that he knows Trump will be a disaster (albeit not catastrophic like Hillary) and he doesn't want his name tagged with him. Although, let's face it, all of these sycophants will be denying their support when Trump either fails to get elected or is a complete disappointment in office...
 July 21, 2016 at 6:52am
Cruz is finished as a possible Presidential candidate. He’ll be lucky to be re-elected Senator.
 July 20, 2016 at 6:31am
Considering The Blaze is owned by Glenn Beck, who hates Trump, this article doesn’t surprise me.
 July 19, 2016 at 6:30am
Since Lemon (he’s got the right name) works for CNN, his comments are completely predictable.