The person who leaked the DNC emails is dead, and he wasn’t Russian.
October 17, 2016 at 10:19am
And you really believe that these women are telling the truth?
 October 16, 2016 at 1:37pm
Wow, I reject the premise of this article. Herod put John in jail and beheaded him for pointing out his sin. Trump apologized. There is a big difference. People screw up and sin, the good guys admit it and apologize. Get over it.
Oh and by the way, lots of evidence that Trumps accusers are full of it.
I am so sick of twerps who take scripture and bend it to their twisted logic.
Look at his recent comments, does it look like he really repented?
He is trashing the 12+ women who accused him and while mocking the looks of some them...
Does he act like a repenting man??
But you're OK with trump. Curious.
I guess we learned to do it from "Two Corinthians", huh?
Like every Christian pastor who claims that John was just holding Jesus’ spot….
Give me a break. If John isn’t arrested, the Jesus movement never happens. Jesus, as John’s cousin, was able to begin his ministry with a large number of followers who had once been loyal to John.
John also gave Jesus credibility among his followers.
 October 16, 2016 at 11:17am
It is clear that Steve along with others are not taking advantage of the unmasking Mr. Trump has done of the Left. His candidacy has done more to expose the tactics, intent and the players in the ring for the progressive movement.
No one else would have called the Democrats out like he has. And because of who they are, they are overplaying their hand for everyone to see.
I believe that Donald Trump has a purpose, and he knows what it is and he understands how they fight, and he hasn’t broken any rules, he is using the rules THEY have set. It is the progressive movement that knows no bounds. Donald didn’t color outside the lines (as drawn by progressive) he is coloring inside them.
Donald didn’t pull the ejection handle when he declared bankruptcy, used the law in order to save the businesses he purchased. He used it to renegotiate bad deals that the previous owners had negotiated with labor, banks and creditors.
So the bottom line here is that what your interpretation as him running away shows that you, Steve, have no clue how the world works nor do you understand how to fight.
Not that I do either, but we are being schooled and instructed how this works. Rather than beat him down more, we should sit up and pay attention.
It is my belief, that we have no idea who are enemy is, we’ve tried to figure these people out, and have failed. Now we are being clearly shown who they are and one (apparently effective) way to defeat them.
I believe Donald has a purpose as well. I believe it is to destroy the GOP. Heck, dealing with one party is cheaper than dealing with two.
 October 12, 2016 at 7:22am
This talk of armed revolution is foolishness. I don’t care how many red state people are armed and with food, they will lose.
No, if you want to check Federal power, you need to have your own local and state houses in order. You can’t just sit back in your arm chairs and complain about things and then when they go bad, pick up a gun. That is not how it works.
You need to get up and start to learn to speak and discuss. You need a proper education (e.g. read, like 5,000 hours worth of reading and studying classics). Then and only then will you begin to learn what needs to be done.
Once we fix ourselves, individually, locally and state wide will we be able to fix this problem.
Picking up a gun against your neighbor (even if you neighbor is in Washington) is not the answer here.
Better to go out as a man than kneeling in servitude.
Thank God our founders are not like YOU!!
September 17, 2016 at 2:24pm
Snowden is a traitor.
He was either careless or motivated by something other than patriotism.
He could have just released documents that would have illuminated the abuses of our government on its citizens. But he went MUCH further than that. The information he released cost lives, destroyed intelligence gathering abilities and much more.
He could have been discrete and focused, but instead he caused a ton of collateral damage that could have been avoided and still accomplish the same goal of educating America. He knew what he was doing and chose to be destructive on an imaginable scale.
No, something else motivated him, or he would not have felt the need to put people’s lives in danger and subsequently ending them. He’s a traitor and a murderer.
Let him hang.
 June 24, 2016 at 2:35pm
Well said, very well said. Removing borders so you can rule over people isn’t the way to go. Removing borders so people can, on the own accord, interact freely (with full respect of life, liberty and property) is exactly right.
Governments are selling out the sovereignty of their own people for this global government and putting lives in jeopardy in the process. Allowing in unvetted refugees with Islamic militants and all the new diseases coming in with them. The US had eradicated most fatal diseases and now they are coming back because of the lax government policies.
 April 1, 2016 at 12:31pm
Electric motors are amazing when it comes to torque and speed. I think the work being done to improve their cost, reliability and energy consumption is cool. We still have an energy density problem. Hydrocarbons still rule the roost in terms of energy density and even with 30% efficient engines have 10 times the energy of the best batteries that we have.
The big question is whether or not we can increase electrical energy density. You would find electric trucks and cars to be far superior than their gas or diesel counterparts in terms of torque and speed. Acceleration is fantastic.
However, I’m sticking with gasoline now because I can go further, fill up quicker and its cheaper.
I figure we’ll see batteries go by the way side and we’ll use technology that will convert something directly into electricity (like a fuel cell of some sort). You have to be able to engineer things on a molecular level for batteries to get close to hydrocarbons in terms of energy density.
flying: We still need coal or your electric cars won't have the juice they need. The Democrats want to shut down the coal industry. What then?
 March 23, 2016 at 10:18am
Our caucus was very orderly, they checked ID’s, you received a voting card signed by an official with your name on it once you presented your ID. If you voted online, a red mark was drawn on your ID making it impossible for you to vote during the caucus
You had to present your voting card before you received an official ballot. We ran out of ballots, ad-hoc ballots were created but had the signature of one of caucus president/director to be valid. NO ONE received a ballot unless you had a voting card with out a red line on it.
See Free Republic, Drudge Report, Politico and several other sites that report the chaos that prevailed in Utah. Caucuses were completely out of control. totally invalid.
 February 25, 2016 at 7:33am
This is the best marketing event in Apple’s history. This fight with the Federal Government is having the effect of establishing themselves as the most secure phone on the planet. Whether or not it is true is another story, but this will be the effect.
I personally think that because of the number of laws on the books, you and I are in violation of at least one of them. Because we have unscrupulous prosecutors who don’t really care much about justice, because it is so easy to put someone away for some innocent thing, that this is needed. We need to be secure in our effects, we need to be able to keep things from others, including government.
Yes, people will use these technologies to do ill, but that has always been the case….
It's no secret that Google gives Android away to it's customers for free. If you build an Android based phone, you get the OS for nothing. It's open source, and because it's open source, security is pretty much non-existent. Google makes their money by mining the data that Android provides them, from your activities, be it email, texting, location, shopping or whatever.
MSFT makes no secret that they are working with the NSA and have provided them backdoors.
Only Apple makes the statement that they are content with the money that they make from the sales of their products, and they have no intention of selling their customer's private information. This is why Apple alone states that they are secure - while everyone else remains silent on this topic.
 February 23, 2016 at 6:38pm
I’m a big conceal carry supporter. There is the realization though that the good guy doesn’t always win a gunfight, glad this guy came out on top.
[-2] February 17, 2016 at 9:27am
EMP affects long transmission lines. It will affect power supplies plugged into your 110 volt or 220 volt outlet. It will affect those things plugged into the grid. Mainly the power supplies attached.
So a desktop computer will go down. But it is very likely that core electronics will survive. Your cell phone will survive (the towers may be out). Your car may stall, but it is very likely it will start up again.
The damage to the grid will no doubt be devastating. Transformers may be shorted/blow up, smoking transfer stations, etc. Definitely your refrigerator motor coils may be fried. But many things will still work.
It will be rough, but 90% of the population die? Not so sure.
Dr. Forstchen paints a worst-case scenario. Research on the actual effects has been somewhat inconclusive. But one thing that has been consistent is the neutralization of the national grid, something that would be devastating. The primary effects...deaths of people on life support or who require certain medications to sustain life...would easily be in the thousands. The secondary effects...people killed in riots trying to obtain food, water, and other necessities...would also likely be in the thousands. Think Katrina, but nation-wide.
Basically ANY thing that is currently using electricity at that moment the EMP hits, whether it'd be electricity from the electrical grid or your own battery operated devices, if they're currently on and operating they'll be introduced to an overvoltage/overcurrent strong enough to exceed the electronic components ratings! The only way to stop the magnetic pulse is to safeguard the electronics in the same way Lightening protections work! Everything should be with in a Metal case of some kind and that case has a connection to ground that would exceed the voltage/current being introduced to it! The alternative is to have it turned off and metal shielded to ground. The Power lines and distribution lines carry 50,000 volts and higher in some instances, that voltage is then stepped down at the pole to 220v 2 phases, each phase being 110v. The emp could send those transformers twice the voltages to step down, also sending those transformers twice the voltages too! So see this, a 110v line turns into 220v intantly of which will burn out any 110v device connected! 90% of your those hold items connected to the wall outlets and currently on, will be fried!
You just haven’t considered the scope and magnitude of the problem.
Cities lose power,they have NO clean water or sewage pumping,no AC,elevators don’t work in high-rises and skyscrapers. Cities become unlivable. The people in the cities move out in search of drinkable water,food,shelter,like a cloud of locusts. Also,with no clean water,drinking impure water causes dysentery and other illnesses. Medicines will quickly run short. Hospitals won’t have any diagnostic equipment working,and no refrigeration for their medicines. No new medicines will be made for a long time. Relatively minor or simple illnesses or injuries become deadly killers. Food distribution relies on an order process,communications will be down,no ordering,and warehouses won’t be able to find their stocks,that’s all done by computer. So local stores WILL run out of food very quickly. Starvation will soon follow.
I think you are correct here. EMP is an unknown effect to most people, so it’s tempting to believe whatever information anyone offers. We're not all gonna die. I was going to write a long post, but the scientists at Oak Ridge National Lab say it much better.
 February 12, 2016 at 5:19pm
Trump will use the same bully tactics when he is in office. I don’t care if it is for or against what I would see realized. Its wrong, dictatorial and tyrannical. This isn’t who we are.
Flying, where have you been hiding? re: " This isn’t who we are."
Well said! I would add “authoritarian” and “totalitarian” as well. That’s why I’m on CRUZ-CONTROL and have been CRUZin for a while. By the way, here’s the Ted Cruz Scarface video: enjoy!
(reference: Duncan 16–)
[-3] February 8, 2016 at 7:56am
Only things attached by long wires would be affected by EMP. So yes, anything plugged into the wall would be toast. Cell towers, toast.
On the other hand, your car would stall, but would likely start up again. You cell phone, tablet and computer would probably survive.
So would your backup generator.
I don’t buy that 90% of the population would starve. Go study the physics behind an EMP and exactly what it affects….yeah there will be some down time, but I suspect basic electricity would be back up sooner than you think.
Planes falling out of the sky? Nope, that is fear mongering at its best….
cellphones need cell towers to work,and they ARE connected to long wires,and need electric power. same for your laptop and tablet,they're not much good without the Internet. Planes need nav signals from the airports,they need air traffic control,etc.
Then you have to worry about food,because the stores will be looted and food distribution will be difficult if you can't order and deliver the supplies. And in a while,the cities populations will move outward in search of food,water,and shelter,like locusts. Like Ferguson....
So,there's a lot you are ignorant about in this matter.
"Planes falling out of the sky"
I would like someone who is fairly knowledgeable about "fly by wire" systems to weigh in on that. No... planes that still have mechanical flight controls would continue to fly, minus any advanced avionics, but planes with computerized fly by wire controls, if not equipped with mechanical alternates, would effectively lose all control and fall out of the sky. Not a pretty picture.
 February 2, 2016 at 10:00am
True, isolating ourselves and forgetting our civic duties is an issue. However, remember that the Federal Reserve and an Income Tax was created in 1913, when television wasn’t even around. The issues surrounding our inability to govern ourselves runs deeper, not sure I know what it is, but it runs deeper than TV and football games.
Perhaps it is part of the problem now, but something else is amiss….
 February 1, 2016 at 1:37pm
There is nothing anti-christian about self preservation. These people are animals, they are cruel, bloodthirsty and a threat. So yes, God Bless The Sniper! We don’t celebrate the killing, we celebrate the disabling and dismantlement of an cruel and bloodthirsty group that wouldn’t think twice about removing your head from your body, probably not even once.
Your comparisons to Mao and the Bolsheviks are absurd on its face.
Using the word “killing” without context is typical attempt at moral equivalence. Get a brain.
I celebrate the killing just as I would if someone had been picking off Heinrich Himmler, Heydrich, Goebbels, etc.
 January 25, 2016 at 1:21pm
I guess you could read that two ways. There is one sure “fire” way of eliminating the violence. Not sure it would be what this PM has in mind….
 January 19, 2016 at 1:26pm
The thing that we have to remember is that Facebook is not a public forum. It is owned by a private organization. They can do whatever they please, and allow whatever content they want to allow.
We have a right to free speech, but it doesn’t give us the right to be heard.
I don’t like what is happening in Europe and the effort to hide the nonsense. It is very disturbing. It is disturbing that it could be hidden using Facebook and other outlets. The question becomes how do we educate on what is happening without Facebook? Tough question for sure, but there has to be a way.