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  • [7] October 21, 2014 at 3:56pm

    I know facts aren’t your strong suit, but the polls and studies have shown that while Fox News’s commentators lean right, it’s actual news is “fair and balanced.” MSNBC can’t even keep their commentary out of their “hard news.” When 92% of political donations from journalists go to candidates on the left, how can anyone argue against bias? The very fact that Bush’s 40% approval rating was reported 192 times over an 8 month period, and Obama’s 40% rating was reported EIGHT times over the same time frame, shows that those majority left leaning media outlets let their political bias decide what they report. I know facts don’t sway progressives, but there they are. Easily googled.

  • [2] October 19, 2014 at 6:30pm

    Awesome link and so true… The moment criticizing this president became disallowed, we ceased to be a free nation. They have been consistently destroying people attempting to stand up to tyranny, and the rest of us have so far stood idly by and allowed it. Freedom dies not with a bang but a whimper.

  • [18] October 17, 2014 at 4:09am

    Don’t forget hating capitalism, then using their iPhone to whine to daddy about why their allowance check just isn’t big enough.

  • [1] October 15, 2014 at 10:10am

    Still is, obviously.

  • [5] October 15, 2014 at 12:26am

    Ditto on my iPhone. Annoying as $hi#

  • October 11, 2014 at 1:26pm

    You people? What do you mean, “you people?” Are you some kind of racist?

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  • [133] October 11, 2014 at 11:56am

    Wow. So how many hundreds of thousands were spent on this man? And WHY (since he knew he had obviously been exposed) didn’t he say,” by the way, I’ve been in contact with active Ebola patients?” Obviously, he LIED to the hospital the first time he went there. He had to know he had Ebola because he carried a woman to the hospital, where she died of it. Then, he knowingly got on an airplane and wandered around America, carelessly and callously exposing people, until he apparently got so sick that he was scared. Was he turned away for lack of insurance or because he was black? NO!!! He was turned away because he didn’t TELL them he had been exposed, and our goverent had ASSURED everyone Ebola wasn’t coming here, and when someone has a fever in Dallas, you think “flu” not Ebola. What a bunch of BS. Shame on CNN for feeding this line of crap, and shame on the gullible minorities for believing it.

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  • [27] October 10, 2014 at 7:48pm

    Seriously? Jeb Bush? Paul Ryan? We are doomed.

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  • [49] October 7, 2014 at 12:37pm

    They should ask how many of these people voted in the last election. Probably all of them. Probably not for Romney.

  • October 7, 2014 at 11:43am

    Ghost, I have to take issue with one thing. Today’s size two would only fit me if I were sickly and emaciated. My teenage daughter, who is very healthy and beautiful and very good at sports, cannot fit into a size two. She (and I ) have the figures of women, meant to bear and nurture children. No way would Greek and roman statues fit into a size two. If you look at art from back then, the women weren’t obese, neither were they shaped like ten year old boys. Fat and unhealthy is not okay, but neither is emaciated and unhealthy to fit into some fashion designer’s pedophiliac fantasy.

    I realize that you probably didn’t mean EVERY woman should be a size two, but I have already been dealing with a young girl who thinks she’s “fat” because she grew breasts and hips. Our society is demanding an unhealthy ideal of thinness, and it struck a nerve.

  • [2] October 7, 2014 at 11:30am

    Hesoworthy… I am much more concerned with Obama’s RED color (Marxist/Communist) than his black color. That being said, I’m very sorry that you have had to deal with things like being followed around a store. The thing is, so has my teenage son, and he’s never stolen anything in his life. The truth is, teenagers are much more likely to shoplift than other groups, therefore they are followed around the store. Is that fair to my son? Absolutely not. It implies he is a criminal with no proof. It is a fact that young black men commit more than their share of crime. Not a fun fact, not one I revel in, just a fact. That makes it logical (albeit not fair) for a certain amount of “profiling” to occur. I think the only way the problem gets solved is through a change in the culture of the black community. When the stats are more in line with the rest of America, then the “profiling” will stop. I am sure I will be called a racist for this post, and I’m not. I want all Americans to succeed. Until we are allowed to communicate honestly, though, the black communities will continue their downward spiral and you will still be followed around the store. I don’t know all the answers, but something has to be done; you can’t legislate what happens in people’s heads. The culture has to change, and then the thought process will change. Until then, trust in God and forgive those who judge you unfairly, as I’m guessing you already do.

  • [10] October 7, 2014 at 11:06am

    Hi Grandma! Slight correction: if you go back far enough, even the American Indians are immigrants. They came across a land bridge from Asia. Everyone is from somewhere else, if you go back far enough. Have a blessed day!

  • [19] October 7, 2014 at 10:54am

    The elitists know that in communism, only the people suffer. The rich and powerful get richer and more powerful on the backs of the people, all the while talking about “workers of the world unite.” It’s a huge scam, and they know it, and generations are being fed a line of BS and believing it. They are destroying the middle class ON PURPOSE, because there are only two classes in communism. The very poor and the very rich. These dumb people out marching for communism don’t understand. Communism doesn’t mean everyone drives a Mercedes. It means THEY own fleets of Mercedes, and you are lucky to have a rusty bicycle. Sickness, greed, intellectual laziness. It will be the death of us.

  • [3] October 7, 2014 at 10:04am

    Disgusting. The worst part? Those same people are now running the country, and it’s fairly obvious their attitudes haven’t changed.
    Thanks for the service, and welcome home.

  • [13] October 7, 2014 at 9:41am

    As a military veteran AND military wife, I’ve seen what you’re talking about from both sides. Comforted my brothers when their wives left them, and helped the wives stay strong during a deployment. It takes a special person to deal with military BS, I maybe had it easier having been active duty myself.

    It would help if these young guys didn’t marry the first base rat that looked their way.

  • [3] October 7, 2014 at 9:37am

    “We’d rather you just said thank you, and went on your way.”
    - Col. Nathan Jessup, USMC

  • [4] October 6, 2014 at 11:55am

    Honestly, from a strictly logical standpoint, it doesn’t matter if YOU believe it, it only matters that SHE does. Faith (belief) in something can be a powerful motivator, even to the point where people are healed by placebos just because they BELIEVE they will be. I am a Christian, but I don’t even think it matters WHAT you believe in, as long as it is something greater than yourself. I feel sorry for those without faith.

  • [45] October 3, 2014 at 10:38am

    That would be “pregnant” not “prefab.” Stupid autocorrect. I am now going to sue and boycott Apple for making me look like an idiot.

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  • [31] October 3, 2014 at 10:37am

    I hate to think of this woman having to go and being refused; however, I am tired of EVERYTHING becoming a cause. Some dumb kid employee took the “purchase required” policy too much to heart. The management apologized. Why must we “still plan on boycotting the establishment. She wants to prevent this from happening to any other prefab at woman?” Why must everything turn into a cause, a petition, a boycott? No wonder businesses are afraid to stand for anything. Someone will ALWAYS be offended.

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  • [34] October 2, 2014 at 11:38am

    And if so, WHY didn’t he immediately go to the hospital and say,” Hey, I may have Ebola?”

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