The drug war is a huge failure. It corrupts the corruptible and it creates criminal black market. It’s time to legalize all drugs and defund criminal organization all over the world. Americans will never stop wanting their drugs.
[-1] February 10, 2016 at 11:41pm
This is a false flag. The only people left in that place are Feds and dead men.
 February 9, 2016 at 10:20am
What this video is missing is the government doing this to them. The difference between the privileged and the so called underprivileged is that the privileged worked to get ahead while the underprivileged relied on the government to get them ahead. The most bloated ineffectual entity on the planet. It’s like putting your money on an old donkey to help you win the triple crown. I know plenty successful people who started with nothing and it’s always the same MO- hard work and doing it themselves. When you depend on the government to make you rich you are going to have a bad time.
Hmm, like asians, try learning the language(not ebonics) get an education, get a job and work hard, marry the mother of your children and raise them teaching them right from wrong and to get and education. Repeat. Asians are most discriminated against by pc and funny, have pigment.
 February 7, 2016 at 2:22am
Just like alcohol right. There will be a small spike in drug use Then it will fall. Other countries have completely decriminalized drugs that the numbers back up my statement.
 February 6, 2016 at 11:15pm
The only way to stop the violence and evil of drugs is to legalize all of them. The cartels and criminal organizations will disappear in a flash.
Or a real war on drugs. Napalm the poppy fields and keep doing so as new ones pop up. What is Mexico going to do, ban tequila?
I tend to agree with you, from a Libertarian point of view… but we have to be honest…
1.) evil will occur in other ways, we won’t be getting rid of it, just diverting it.
2.) we are still going to have addicts, and people needing money to temporarily fill their addiction… so that problem is just going to shift venues too.
We’ve got an older and deeper problem when over and over again, our children are learning from parents and friends that consuming chemical ["insert-name-here"] will be fun and make you feel great.
This is where I part ways with republicans. Libertarians that believe that legalizing all drugs are really ignorant and aren’t looking at another drug that was legalized and is a major cause of death. The violence and evil of drugs would multiply if it’s legalized. Look at alcohol. Alcohol should be illegal. It’s responsible for MANY deaths. If a drug like heroin was legal and could be obtained say in your local store, you REALLY can’t see how this would make things very bad? The cartels would not disappear. They'd just sell their product legally. You really can’t see how more people wouldn’t see the legalization of hard drugs such as crystal meth, cocain, etc wouldn’t make people think (especially teens) that these drugs can’t be that bad? Dude, grow a brain.
Legalize and regulate. Limit access to addictive and harmful drugs to over 21, and prescriptions only.
Enforce the borders. Continue to arrest street dealers who sell illegally, to minors for example.
Illegal aliens who are convicted of a felony in the US should receive full sentences, no parole, no early trips home.
You must be joking! That would only shift the cartels from Mexico to Washington DC.
 February 6, 2016 at 10:48am
Ron Paul is the libertarian movement. Ted Cruz will not win because someone in his campaign gave home horrible advice. Ron Paul has been right about everything and if you still can’t see that Ron Paul is the only true constitutionalist then you can’t see the forest through the trees.
 February 6, 2016 at 10:34am
Ron Paul is the libertarian movement. He seems clairvoyant he has been right so many times. Cruz looks like the establishment sleeper. He is mr Goldman Sachs or mr CFR take your pick.
 February 5, 2016 at 9:49pm
This just makes me like trump. The worst thing this devil worshiping criminal could have done to trump is endorse him.
[-14] February 5, 2016 at 9:44pm
A vote for Cruz is a vote for Goldman Sachs
 February 5, 2016 at 9:56am
I drink about once a month, I enjoy whiskey, scotch, rum, and I great ipa. I don’t drink often because it is a depressant. The only thing I have ever been addicted to is chewing tobacco and I kicked that habit 18 years ago. I will have a cigar once every couple of years and I am ok with my choices. There is nothing wrong with enjoying alcohol from time to time, you just can’t do it all of the time.
Huh? They declared him eligible in illinois... The precedent has been set, Next...
Then trump just got his ass kicked by a canadian!
Hahahahahaha! Get some Ted Cruz!
How is that funny to a Constitution-adhering person, slap?
I am seriously asking you.
Throw any other country in there in place of that 'Canadian' (Russian, Iranian, Sweden, Brazilian) and THAT would be a precedent.
Honestly, all I can come away from your slapping around of this issue is that you are your andy buddy are globalists.
So the CruzBots put the Illinois Board of Elections on a higher level of authority than the Constitution.
Not a surprise I guess. Ted doesn't much like the Constitution either, since he's trying to break it down through his candidacy and the USA Freedom Act.
Pick up a copy of "The Heritage Guide to the Constitution"...It breaks down the Constitution line by line, adding foot notes such as letters/conversations/remarks recorded in writing of those who wrote/inspired/signed the constitution.
In it, it quite clearly states remarks by some of the signers that the "natural born citizen" line was too vague...but they also all agreed that as long as ONE parent was born in the USA, the person in question WAS a "natural born citizen".
Jinxe alot of the people that are all in for Trump don't know about the Heritage Foundation or what they even stand for. Cruz has a 100% rating with them.
The Heritage Guide to the Constitution - Revised 2nd edition - Page 248.
Being born on US soil is not the only way for a person to be entitled to US citizenship at birth, however. A person can be a citizen from birth based upon the citizenship of one or both parents -- under a British doctrine known as jus sanguinis. The First Congress codified that doctrine into US law, declaring that "the children of citizens of the united states, that may be born beyond the sea, or out of the limits of the united states, shall be considered as natural born citizens." 1 Stat. 104 (1790).
It goes on to say that even though people have argued this for decades, in 2008, the debate was ended as a practical matter, when the united states senate unanimously approved a resolution deeming Senator John McCain eligible for the presidency.
This book is not really a "history book...it is more of a law book for those interested in constitutional law.
Understood...I just find it funny that people are bringing this nonsense up. The EXACT situation we are dealing with, was already taken into consideration and codified into US LAW by The First Congress of the United State of America more than 226 years ago.
And frankly, I'll take the intent of those who actually wrote, inspired & signed the constitution over some New York big mouth looking for the usual loopholes to find an edge.
Can you comprehend what you just posted, Jinxe?
I know the answer to that but I will refrain from answering because in order for me to be sure of your ignorance, I would need answers to the following:
1) Does citizen at birth = natural born citizen?
2) What is the generic name for codification of citizenship?
3) Was the 'some' that noted the vagueness of the adjective phrase, the same 'all' that had a minimal threshold of at least one born in the U.S. parent?
4) Would Rubio qualify under whatever you believe the answer for #3 is?
5) That Congress can confer citizenship at birth uniformly to a like-situated demographic is a natural act to you?
6) How were you natural born?
7) If someone is granted citizenship AS (or in like-manner) as a natural born person to U.S. citizen parents -- who the Constitution on its face says is a citizen at the time of their birth -- was the former, the grantee, granted citizenship at birth or was that grantee just 'made' a natural born citizen by an act of Congress?
Look at what the Cruz camp said regarding Carson then moron. They stated exactly what Carson himself said he was going to do, which was kinda strange at the time. Trump stating the truth is funny though, since he never does.
Am I okay with a campaign giving information to it's operatives that appeared germane to the campaign, yes. Should they have followed up with the clarification, yes. Should Carson's people have put out such a ridiculous statement and ridiculous excuse, absolutely not! Should we be talking about real issues instead of this clown show, YES!!!
Are you FN ok with what trump has done for the last 15 years?
Are you ok being a robot that cant think for himself, but rather blindly follows dear leader trump around like a head of cattle? I dont know you but I know the demographic make up of a typical trump supporter and so I have a pretty good idea of your education level, your income level, and your feelings towards minorities and women.
February 3, 2016 at 5:34pm
If anybody is ok with what the Cruz campaign did you are part of the problem. I am not a trump supporter but I do agree with him on this one.
He didn't do anything if you would listen to CNN. But you would rather belive the media liars such as Fox news who is one of the worst except for Sean Hannity.
Cruz acted on a CNN story and moved before anyone else had a chance to. If he hadn't done it, one of the others would have.
The CNN story was based on a press release from Carson's own campaign, so he needs to see where his own chickens lie.
The mailings which were put out had been done in the past by both Republicans and Democrats, not that I think it was a good idea. There was nothing unlawful about them. Dana Loesch wrote about it along with all the details.
It was CNN and other major media outlets who were the ones to originally report that Ben Carson was going home for a few days to get a “clean change of clothes” , leaving the audience to speculate that he was suspending his campaign. Carson and Trump are pointing their finger in the wrong place.
January 28, 2016 at 6:39pm
Who is your canidate?
 January 28, 2016 at 6:38pm
What ever happened to objective journalism? The blaze couldn’t be more in the tank for the establishment. I don’t have any idea if trump is the real deal or not but the more the establishment stack up against him the more support he gets from the people who actually vote. I can’t believe that people still believe in beck, it’s comical.
The establishment is in the tank for Trump... Dole, Lott, Hatch, and now, Reid!!
Dr Ron Paul, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are ‘establishment’?
I must’ve missed something.
 January 27, 2016 at 11:46pm
The propaganda on this thread is hilarious. Trump is dominating in the polls, he doesn’t have to do anything he doesn’t want to. This challenge is coming from a position of weakness so it will not pull the traction the Cruz campaign is hoping it will. That’s is the truth , like it or not.
Establishment?…How, please explain and give facts…thank you.
I completely agree.
 January 21, 2016 at 10:02am
The more beck, leven, and Limbaugh attack trump the more supporters he gains. These people have proven themselves to be controlled opposition. They always support the establishment sleepers while trying to destroy the grassroots. If Americans would have elected Ron Paul the constitution would have been restored.
[-9] January 15, 2016 at 10:36am
Lutz is the biggest shill, seems like a lot of compromised people end up at the blaze.
 January 3, 2016 at 2:40am
@RJJin may your shackles lay gently upon your bones. You don’t know anything about this situation outside of the “official” story. All the people who down voted my post are just as bad as Obama supporters, willing to toss out the constitution to satisfy their perception of the world.