Obviously, people just like (dramatic drum roll, please)... YOU!
Haha. Gotta live the childish downvotes in here.
Gary, your comment makes absolutely no sense dude. That is unless you meant to direct it toward gabbygirl over there shaking her fist at the world.
[-1] January 11, 2016 at 6:51am
Perhaps Donald should watch the movie, “Concussion,” to game some insight into why those tackles are a really bad idea. Sometimes it sounds like he suffers from a concussion though too.
[-1] January 11, 2016 at 6:49am
Nothing special. Same game Republicans play too. If there is a poster of abuse of power, however, then he should be impeached.
January 9, 2016 at 6:40am
Rush is also an opportunist doo I wouldn’t go off his word about another. Power is probably more important to Trump than money. Besides, if you like at Trumps losses and gains, he is not great at making a lot of money and keeping it.
January 7, 2016 at 6:00pm
That is quite a keeps of logic based off that paragraph.
January 7, 2016 at 5:57pm
His voting record doesn’t quite match that. Rand Paul probably is the closest to walking the wall and talking the talk.
The New Shepard rocket (from Bezos' Blue Origins company) launched straight up and landed vertically. It landed after achieving a maximum altitude of 100 km (the technical definition of the beginning of space) directly over its launch site. Although it did achieve a soft landing after falling at supersonic speeds (no small feat), the rocket is not built for orbital flight -- it doesn't have nearly the capability or sophistication to put a payload into orbit.
The SpaceX Grasshopper and Falcon 9R test platforms have been regularly achieving soft landings during tests where they climb to several thousand feet, do some side-to-side maneuvers, and then return to a soft landing. Also, no small feat.
Last night's landing, however, occurred during an orbital launch of 11 satellites. When the 1st stage completed its work, it was almost 80 miles high and 80 miles down range from the launch site, travelling a few thousand miles an hour away. It had to re-orient itself, fire its engine to reverse this motion to a trajectory leading back to the landing site. Then, it had to do a few more burns to slow from supersonic speeds and slow for a landing. Finally, after all this maneuvering, it landed vertically in the exact center of a 150' circular landing pad.
New Shepard achieved a soft landing from a vertical launch (as SpaceX had many times. But this is the first time an operational stage from an orbital rocket has successfully been recovered.
This is a huge deal!
 December 22, 2015 at 6:52am
Just going to point out that this “private” company only exists due to massive government subsidies.
 October 31, 2015 at 7:32pm
Considering the evidence is on Ventura’s side, it doesn’t make sense to say that.
[-11] October 15, 2015 at 11:52pm
Please do boycott. Maybe then we can finally hear from the candidates that have actually proposed solutions go a change.
That's, laughable!!! Man, that is the best thing I read all night. I haven't heard of any politician ever propose a solution when they are campaigning and actual follow through with it. I would rather just listen to the rhetoric then someone tell me something they will never do!!!! At least it is entertaining.
 October 14, 2015 at 12:56am
Those of us that have served in clearance jobs have not heard enough until she is stripped of her clearance and behind bars. You know, the things that would have happened to us if we pulled that crap.
I was an enlisted guy in the Air Force when Gen. LeMAY ran the Strategic Air Command. LaMay had his driver run a checkpoint to the flight line and the Air Policeman shot at the car. The car stopped and backed up. The general exited the car, retuned to wear the Air Policman stood and tore at his stripes saying "That's for missing"..
 October 14, 2015 at 12:51am
I would prefer an actual conservative with some values instead.
 October 13, 2015 at 2:58pm
As has been said many times over, the fully unedited version can be seen online by anyone.