This Natasha “reporter” is destined for big things! She has all the credibility and unbiased reporting skills of Brian Williams and Dan Blather. She would fit in well at MSNBC. I hear they have a few openings. They have probably already contacted her with an offer.
 February 27, 2015 at 10:42pm
Douch Bag! The reason we all seem at odds with you is because you are an establishment progressive that, if you were honest with yourself, should switch to the Democrat party.
 February 26, 2015 at 1:52pm
By the way…I tried to correct my typo. Meant there, typed their. Unfortunately all the stupid scripts and advertising so hose up my browser that I can’t edit my post. Thanks Blaze your site design sucks.
 February 26, 2015 at 1:48pm
There are lots of studies about the benefits in other ways. I’m tired of all the studies. Remember when butter was bad for you. Now it’s not. Oh yeah…just saw how “growth theory” just broke too. Then their is “peer-reviewed” global warming…hah. Science isn’t perfect. I’ll take my chances. If I’m tired I’m sleeping. My body knows what it needs more than some guy with a diploma and an audience.
 February 26, 2015 at 11:55am
Lets correct something here. The left calls this “Islamaphobia”. A phobia is defined as an irrational fear. There is nothing irrational going on here. What we have is a very rational concern based on behavior and events. They can shove this phobia term right up their @**.
February 18, 2015 at 11:05pm
I’d just like to know if they are going to put chocolate back in their chocolate? Last I looked nearly every brand was full of PGPR in place of cocoa butter. I don’t know about the rest of you but I don’t like eating gelatainous goo made from castor beans.
 February 18, 2015 at 11:44am
I’ll stop looking at Hollywood as then enemy when Hollywood stops treating Christians as the enemy. Simple as that.
 February 2, 2015 at 5:46pm
Your poll is flawed. It depends on his backyard. If it’s a 10 acre backyard with large burms then the answer is likely yes it’s fine. If it’s a 1/4 acre lot with houses on all sides in a subdivision then the answer is obviously no. Give us some proper options if you want to take a poll.
 January 29, 2015 at 10:44pm
I don’t have a problem with someone knowing their rights and resisting someone trying to violate them. I do have a problem with someone that is trying to cause an incident and being a jerk while doing it. To me this is no different than a cop tailgating somone in the dark and then giving them a speeding ticket if they speed up. These guys are not heros and advocates for rights. They are jerks trying to cause trouble and get noticed. You want to carry a gun? Knock yourself out but don’t go looking for trouble. I carry every day but I don’t go around waving it at cops and spouting off about my rights.
Bingo. This guy is being a real Richard. He acts like the police are following him around. Gee, you don't suppose all those cops are there because they're next to a police station, do you? "I don't answer questions." Yeah, just a really nice guy.
January 27, 2015 at 11:58am
Extreme sour grapes.
 January 19, 2015 at 3:43pm
Makes you wonder if they really exist or if they are fabricated just to allow the filing of the lawsuit.
 January 16, 2015 at 11:58am
This is cruelty to animals. Simple as that. There is no hunting value in torturing an animal. I hope they get stiff penalties. Not to mention it sounds like they were breaking multiple other hunting regulations alonge the way to thier sick party. They are not hunters they are sickos.
 January 14, 2015 at 4:47pm
This guy was MUSLIM…SAY IT! It’s not just “extremism”. Cowards.
I just have one question. All these methods are valid and very interesting but logically I don’t understand why someone would have their unlock screen visible and active while they are in the process of taking a selfie. Maybe it’s an iOS thing as I use Android but I would think the screen that would be visible as you are taking a selfie would be the real-time image of yourself in the viewscreen so you can see what you look like.
 December 24, 2014 at 11:03am
First…this woman made a very stupid move on the road. This was her fault plain and simple. That said some of the comments posted are also valid. I am on the interstate every day and north of Atlanta we have a section of I75 that splits to 8 lanes each way. The trucks will get in two of the lanes to the right preparing to get to I285. The problem is they all get nose to tail and run that way at speed for about 5 miles. If you are a passenger car and have to get to one of the three exits in that distance you have no choice but to “make a hole” as they say here in Atlanta. It’s dangerous on both parts. I try to be respectful to trucks but they need to share the road as well. Idiots zipping around trucks are not cool, and neither are large slow lumbering trucks blocking all the lanes on purpose. As I tell my kids…just be nice.
Here in Detroit, we have one bridge to Canada. On certain days, the line of truck traffic waiting to get onto the bridge can stretch a mile down the freeway. There are 4 wheelers who wil STOP in the right, and adjacent lane waiting for a "hole" in the line. It is inconceivable that someone would be so incredibly stupid as to STOP in the middle of the freeway! It may be inconvenient but either plan ahead and get in line a mile back... or go around and look for a better way. I also support the trucks being nose to butt in those lines. I saw one that could not move because every time 2 ft opened up, another car's nose would poke in...
Have you ever thought that they run "nose to tail" ,to keep you from making a hole? Last thing an 80,000lbs vehicle needs is for you to jump in front of them, and then slam on your brakes.
 December 11, 2014 at 12:02pm
A typo is the best they got? Lame. It’s a stupid typo from years ago. This isn’t news. It’s pathetic politics.
 December 5, 2014 at 12:05pm
Sure…but the basis for it goes much further back. You’ve obviously never read the Old Testament.
December 1, 2014 at 3:40pm
So your article basically says that more expensive devices that have more expensive apps that use a lot more data are better for the consumer. They are definitely better for the manufacturer and the developer that are sucking $$$ out of your wallet. As for the consumer end, I disagree, but then I’m a frugal person.
 November 4, 2014 at 9:24am
Couldn’t agree more. We don’t allow our kids to watch prime time TV other than a few select shows and then usually only after we have seen them they get to watch via Netflix etc. We are constantly forced to tell them to turn away during commercials even while watching sports or other supposedly friendly events. It’s disgusting. Cable is no better so I don’t have it either. I won’t pay to be offended. Turn it off.
 October 23, 2014 at 3:17pm
And stop all the popup layers, and click adds, and timer based popups. There are so many adds and redirects here it’s insulting. Ghostery counts 17 trackers on this page. I’m not joking when I say that I contemplate if a story looks interesting enough before I come to this site and avoid it when I can. YOU ARE LOSING READERS OVER THIS! Wake up!