“For the same reason the police can’t pull you over when you are driving to make sure you have a license. If you aren’t breaking the law, they can’t harass you.”
Whoa! What state do you live in? Everyplace I have been the police can setup random “inspection” points, stop every car, ask for “your papers” and check for license, insurance and bring the dog up to sniff you car without any warrant or traffic violations or probably cause or ANYTHING. Most states do this in the name of drunk driving “check points”. Some states require the police to post in some minor local paper the plan to setup a check point but that’s about it. Seems to me the SCOTUS has upheld that these “check points” are constitutional. Not saying it is right but that is the reality in many areas.
 January 13, 2016 at 9:38pm
Lived there for 60 years. Town governments are ol’boy corrupt buddy clubs and the cities are run by statist control freaks. The state government is worse. It is a bad place for anyone thinking citizens are actually free. If there are conservatives there- they are in hiding. Hard to believe this guy didn’t end up in handcuffs and in jail. If malloy had his way the entire state would be a gun free zone. All the police needed in this case was one person claiming they were afraid because the guy had a gun showing. That’s it. One complaint and the party is over.
 January 10, 2016 at 2:18pm
So Mr Rubio. You absolutely stand-by spending American taxpayer dollars for illegal aliens? How foolish of you. I don’t really care what your lame justification is or how limited or “narrow” this will be. If you feel like someone should “give them a chance” go down to your bank an open an account. Call it the “school fund for illegals” then deposit what ever of YOUR money you think is the right amount. Then see if you can get your rino friends to contribute. Until then I suggest that you STOP TRYING TO BE CHARITABLE WITH MY MONEY.
Explain where you find here that this bill gave illegals public funds. All it did was charge the kids in-state prices as opposed to out if state prices.
[-2] January 10, 2016 at 9:26am
Why wouldn’t they? He is one of them. I get a kick out of the idea that trump isn’t a politician. He is the worst kind of politician and has been his entire career. Pay-off, buy / sell favors, wheel & deal, work around, get out the pen and phone, etc. Seems to me he will fit right in.
January 10, 2016 at 9:22am
Twice recently and a number of times before Obama.
January 10, 2016 at 9:20am
I started reading one of Trumps books because I thought maybe I was just “missing it”. I am not going to finish the book. It was clearly written on a 4th grade level and is rather boring and redundant. The most striking impression after just 20 pages is that Trump has “a pen and a phone” and he will get things done. That seems so familiar to me for some reason. So the question comes down to this for me: Do you want to – a) simply change a few of the policies and “make America great” or do you want to b) address the root cause of the nation’s problems and fundamentally change America back to a constitutional republic? If ‘a’ then Trump is your guy, if ‘b’ ya better pick a different candidate. For me ‘b’ is Cruz but to each his own.
January 10, 2016 at 9:10am
I doubt it. Palin is toxic. Oddly enough, to me, so is Rand Paul. For what it is worth I doubt the either Trump or Cruz would accept VP next to the other.
January 10, 2016 at 8:37am
There are not 40000 different definitions of who God is with the context of actual Christian denominations. The triune Personhood of God is widely accepted across the vast majority of so-called Christian denominations. There are a few groups claiming to be “Christian” that re-invent the personhood of God but there are not 40000 different definitions. You are confusing behavioral emphasis and minor doctrinal interpretations as changes in the definition of who God is.
January 10, 2016 at 8:19am
As I am reading this piece and the comments going through my head is that old Sesame St Song:
One of these things is not like the other,
One of these things just doesn’t belong,
Can you tell which thing is not like the other
By the time I finish my song.
Rom 1:22 but read it in the context from Rom 1:16 – 1:23
 January 2, 2016 at 10:23pm
Turn the entire place from the middle of Africa to turkey into glass. Eliminate the barbarians and then start forcing them out of this country and Europe. Here is their choice. Go to the now glass desert or be killed where you stand. Islam is a cancer for the world. Nazism reborn. They are a death cult so give them what they want.
December 28, 2015 at 7:27am
“keeping it alive” ? Or making it worse? Ethnic discrimination has been a reality since history began but the consistent way to get past it is to deny victimhood and become successful. Advocating to keep a group of people in victim status is a great way to keep them economically and socially enslaved. Someone send him a copy of “Runaway Slave” by CL Bryant.
 December 27, 2015 at 12:31pm
Bingo. I hate to give that bum credit for anything but he has a valid point on this topic. The reason student loans have such a high rate is no one represents the ultimate payer of the loan (taxpayers) in the deal. They stick it to us because they can. We have no voice. Another obamuist wink, wink with the corporatists or in this case the banks. The people getting screwed here are US wage earners.
[-1] December 27, 2015 at 12:17pm
As much as I can’t stand socialist crap from the likes of any Vermont leftist. Bernie sort of has a point here. Student loans are federally guaranteed loans. About the safest loan any bank could make. The age old supposition that land and housing always hold value and are therefore “secure” is patently false. Ask any bank with a Detroit mortgage that was never paid off. Wanna buy a house for a dollar?
Frankly I wish student loans actually WERE unsecured and private loans because if that were the case it might not be so easy to get one. That MIGHT actually cause collages to temper their costs a bit. However the way it is now a student loan is about the safest bet out there because the defacto co-signer has infinitely deep pockets. So great fun to poke at Bernie but he makes a good point on this one.
Bottom line with high rates on student loans is simple. The banks can stick it to the taxpayers because no one represents their interest in the deal. So. YOU pay those higher rates because no one in Washington speaks for you.
Right on! I was wondering if anyone else was going to say these things. Student loans are subsidized by the govt., Subsidize something and you get more of it. That is why tuition is so high at some colleges, with a bunch of fat cat profs sitting around on their lazy asses getting paid big bucks for doing nothing. A student loan should not have such a high interest rate. If tuition was affordable, no one would have to take out a loan to get a college education. This is a classic case of when the gov't gets involved it costs more money than if it wasn't involved.
And whose money is the "Government's" money??? You are as big a fool as Bernie. Little wonder this dope Obama got elected twice.
Did you know that NO ONE EVER OWNS THEIR OWN HOME, EVEN IF IT IS PAID OFF? Why? Glad you asked:
TAXES. If you do not pay your taxes, you lose that home to pay them, so NO ONE ACTUALLY OWNS THEIR OWN HOME because it is held in ESCROW for taxes. Government has made it impossible.
 December 27, 2015 at 11:56am
” Our best bet is to have Hillary in prison ” Al, I dunno how you explain this to ya but she could win the party nomination AND the election from behind bars without batting an eye. Once elected she could pardon herself and not one weasel in congress would do a dang thing about it. You need to have a better plan. #taxpayerLivesMatter.
December 26, 2015 at 8:28am
In my world most people had to work on Wednesday. Many worked on Thursday. How is it these idiots have no responsibility to support themselves? I’ll tell you what lives matter. TAXPAYERS lives matter – without them your sorry butt would starve.
 December 26, 2015 at 6:34am
They haven’t renamed it Mexifornia yet?
 December 25, 2015 at 8:06am
The news lady is asking the spoiled brat “victim” to be reasonable and rational. Good luck with that. These folks are low on the IQ curve. To them what is reasonable is that someone else pay for their existence. The only thing they understand are food stamps and hand outs. Stop giving them a platform. No news reporting any more. They are domestic terrorists. Arrest them and prosecute them. Enough of this foolishness.
Those interviewing need to ask the real question: "Are you ready to request community by community reorganization to allow your committee to replace the police and court system that you feel is out to terrorize your perceived minority group?" You must agree, don't you, that a large majority of the people living in your defined territories will welcome the idea of your claimed better way to promote law and order? If these defined neighborhoods are indeed controlled by your claiming that they are populated by a majority of people of non-white colors, then surely a failure to win requires you to consider the new facts. Right?
There is no point in asking the representative for facts.She only has feelings, not statistics. Just advise her to organize a vote not disruption.
 December 19, 2015 at 7:01pm
OH yeah I should add. Getting out the checkbook AGAIN.
 December 19, 2015 at 6:58pm
Ah don’t care who ya are – that there is funny. Getting out the checkbook. We need some more Cruz productions. Bravo.
OH yeah I should add. Getting out the checkbook AGAIN.
 December 19, 2015 at 6:26pm
We don’t need credit and we don’t need ABC. What we want is the missions to be successful. Thanks Mercury One and Glenn and company. Let’s do it again. and again. and again. We’ll give the credit to God even if ABC won’t.