Okay people…lets try to think critically for ourselves and not just blindly follow the Blaze. They weren’t referring to walking on the moon in 1963. We have walked on the moon since the legislation was passed in 1963.
People realize that, but Erica Ritz just wanted to take a cheap shot at BO :P
While that is true, it was still stupid to use that picture! He could just as easily have used a picture of Kennedy and it would have matched the tweet a lot better.
April 17, 2014 at 12:09pm
I teach my kid to stand up for himself and when kids play to rough with him I tell him to push them back and don’t back down. The result is that he doesn’t get picked on by that kid anymore. Mission accomplished. Oh, the kid’s mom wasn’t happy when my wife asked my son why he was pushing the other kid and my son’s response was: “But dad said I could” (he is 6 years old).
June 25, 2013 at 5:28pm
Our soliders were treated the same way while on the battle field. They are risking their lives and the government is scrutinizing their actions to make sure they used reasonable force. Now California, a splitting image of what our federal government has turned into, is enforcing similar laws against landowner protecting their property and family.
I wouldn’t care if an intruder was unarmed. How am I suppose to know if they aren’t hideing a on their person. Are people suppose to wait until they have a gun pointed at their head before they can protect themselves? And as for the theif in this article…the landowner could be fearing for his life while shooting at the car driving away. He should use the argument that he thought that the man would return since he saw who he was.
I believe I would not fire at a vehicle fleeing the scene esp if only for robbery. You can't shoot at someone who is fleeing although however tempting that may be. If someone is in your home and coming at you while you warn them that you are armed and will fire, then thats entirely justifiable. You are being confronted with bobily harm and maybe even death if they get the upper hand. No jury would convict you of murder in that case.
That is one of many faults I found with G.W. He expected young kids to do our fighting and dying but refused to pardon any of them for trumped up charges. If I were commander in chief, I would not only pardon each of the military wrongfully punished and had my picture made with them urinating on our enemies
June 4, 2013 at 5:08pm
Have you ever thought that there is more to us than a life on this earth? God has the power to create. We are all born with imperfections, but some with greater imperfections than others like this potiential case of Potter’s Syndrome.
Maybe this child just needs to come to this earth to receive a body so that he can be resurrected to perfection. Maybe this spirit child of God is so pure and innocent that God Himself does not want the world to corrupt the new born child.
God bless this family to get through this difficult time in their life.
April 3, 2013 at 10:13am
If those players didn’t mess up then the coach wouldn’t have to be throwing basketballs and pushing his players around to get into position. I think the real problem is that the players are too lazy!
One does not "coach" from a bully position - this man is an angry bully, not a coach.
He was entrusted to coach and develop these young men - he failed.
I cannot abide a bully - they are cowards at their core.
Our kids deserve better.