Yes, that whole “love they neighbor” thing causes a lot of problems.
 June 16, 2016 at 12:54pm
You mean Alinsky tactics like ridicule and repeating lies enough so that the gullible believe them to be truth (with zero evidence?) Basically the way Trump ran his entire campaign? Just like all of the other Alinskyite progressives.
You’re kinda there Mx. Chx. Trump out demmed the dems and continues to do so…using their own tactics of absurdity and ridicule. That’s how he will beat the panties off of them in the gen.
He does it with one caveat. He uses TRUTH embedded with humor. Not lies.
It’s really very simple. Simple, you know, unless one is wedded to a point of view that precludes common sense.
You just said,” repeating lies..”
What lies exactly? When you say stuff like this you can’t back up you sound pretty gullible and alinsky yourself.
As a matter of fact you just illustrated the very point I made above.
Shoo. Go away. Don't play in traffic.
"Trump out demmed the dems"
No, he did this to the Republicans, not the Democrats. He hasn't really gone after them yet.
Right on both counts Mr. Bull Conner.
 June 14, 2016 at 6:42pm
While I am sorry for you having suffered that, what difference would it have made if this disturbed man had been pointing a six-shot revolver at your head? The results to you would have been the same.
We must remember that the second amendment is NOT about self-protection, or about hunting, or shooting sports. It ensure that the people Can fight back against an abusive government. Every bite we let the government take out of the constitution is another step closer to totalitarianism.
 June 13, 2016 at 3:18pm
So, this guy’s ex-wife knew he was “scouting Disney World” and didn’t say anything? How evil can you get? Can she be charged as an accessory or something?
BTW, as bad as this is, can you imagine if he HAD chosen WDW? The psychological effect of that? It’s coming. And our government does nothing.
 June 12, 2016 at 9:27am
It’s like a regular rifle, but black and scary-looking.
Most concise answer yet. You far surpass media and politicians with your clarity! Thank you. Now we know.
PS. JS = IS
And an an = an
Slow & sloppy iPhone typing. Sorry.
 June 12, 2016 at 9:23am
Wow, who knew Jesus had so many accounts here on the Blaze? Because I’m pretty sure he was the only sinless man ever.
Also, remember that whole thing about no sin being greater than another? And loving thy neighbor? I’m pretty sure that God looks upon hatred of another as just as bad a sin as homosexuality.
 June 10, 2016 at 12:44pm
Vlad- that is a terrifyingly realistic scenario in that article. At this point, it seems almost an inevitable conclusion, and I don’t see any way out of it with our current leadership, trajectory, and apathetic populace.
Real reasons to be prepared.
June 10, 2016 at 8:11am
The question isn’t whether government funds contributed to the technology that enabled the creation of the smartphone, but if those resources were available for the private sector, what would we have that is even better?
The Internet evolved the way it did because it was piggybacked on top of the existing Arpanet. Does anyone doubt that a global communication, information, and commerce system would have been developed regardless? The government project provided the base, but who’s to say that we wouldn’t have something better if private industry had started from scratch? There’s no way to know.
Also, we can’t forget that government is inherently wasteful, so anything developed by the government takes multiple times the resources as something created in the private sector.
 June 8, 2016 at 10:27pm
Once! It was Patricia Heaton.
 June 8, 2016 at 12:09am
Yep. Trump doesn’t care what someone believes or stands for, or how they act, just whether they like him or not.
June 8, 2016 at 12:02am
A) the group the judge is a member of is NOT the far left racist group
B) there is a process to remove a judge if there is cause to think him biased. It’s called recusal. Trump’s own lawyers have claimed that the judge has been fair.
 June 7, 2016 at 11:59pm
You mean like someone who backs out of debates when he can’t get his way? Or challenges people to debates and then backs out? Crybabies like that?
June 7, 2016 at 11:53pm
Preferably. It gives the TMZ crowd something to chat about
 June 7, 2016 at 11:34pm
He was racist before, just no one cared because he was supporting democrats.
 June 7, 2016 at 11:32pm
70-odd % of lawyers groups in the country give money to democrats; so do the vast majority of unions. Does that mean all their members support democrats? Of course not.
 June 7, 2016 at 11:31pm
Except the judge was appointed by two republicans before he was put on his current bench by Obama. The judge has made several favorable rulings for Trump and is obviously not biased. There have been no recusal requests by the Trump team. If Trump had a real issue, why bring the judge’s heritage into it? He’s just hoping to rile up his supporters.
 June 7, 2016 at 11:22pm
The group the judge is a member of is NOT the same group that wants to take the SW US back. Research a little instead of accepting propaganda at face value. Once again, trump and his surrogates are LYING.
June 7, 2016 at 12:24pm
This is why the ridiculous left/right division thing is such an effective tool for the elites. All of the little people spend our time attacking each other and arguing about inconsequentialities while our leaders rob us and our grandchildren blind, and regulate away our freedoms by the day.
June 7, 2016 at 12:21pm
Your first sentence being correct doesn’t make it right. If we abandon values and principles and act just like the left, how are we any better?