“Men in Black”, “Liberty and Tyranny”, “Ameritopia”, ” The Liberty Amendments”, “Plunder and Deceit”…you mean this kind of nonsense?
Or, perhaps, this kind…John Locke, Edmund Burke, Charles Montesquieu, Alexis de Tocqueville? Hmm?
 September 4, 2015 at 8:39pm
Tim Tebow is a remarkable young man. He has his faith and his ministry, separate and distinct from the NFL, and should he survive and thrive with the Eagles and play the game he loves, then he has made the grade. And, if for some reason he doesn’t, he loses nothing, and continues to honor God and care for his fellow man.
To lickspittle idiots like Mark Lamont Hill, all I can say is “if you don’t like the Eagles with Tim Tebow, go find another team.” And like “tankertoy” said the earlier comment: “Tebow draws people to the faith, and befuddles the godless into white-knuckled rage. Therefore, he’s good for football and America.”
I am good with that!
 April 26, 2015 at 8:37pm
You’re right. “The Return of the Archons.” During the day, everyone walked around like they were catatonic, and in the evening, they tear up the town during “the festival.”
 April 26, 2015 at 7:35pm
“We also gave those who wished to destroy space to do that as well.” Hmmm…I wonder if the mayor would take the same position were it their business that was just smashed flat and looted?
Elected by the same people you see out there in the streets raising hell and destroying properties.
I have started asking that with more seriousness about the people who continue to vote for mummified Mitch McConnell and overcooked Boehner too! The low info voters are killing this country.
Remember LA. Remember ROdney King riots. Remember a BILLION dollars of damages. This is a peanuts problem, maybe because an already angry group is not provoked.
Which is worse? A bit of this, or civil war? Are we really ready to take it to that level, because if we are not careful this is where it will head. If they don't calm down, then we have no choice, right? But they MIGHT calm down. I think they are thugs. But thugs can calm down, or if agitated, they can stir it all up 24x7. Is that better? Of course its not.
This isn’t your ordinary situation. This is a sweeping problem throughout the country, caused by OBAMA and friends. If we are not careful, they will achieve the martial law they so crave.
Thanks, Nation of Islam, for your support. That's how.
 April 22, 2015 at 9:00pm
Being forced by government, at any level, to “compensate” an employee with paid sick time, or a “living wage” based on an arbitrary determination of what a minimum wage should be, removes the employer from the decision-making process for their business.
The business owner-as-employer assumes all of the risk of failure, but sees their reward (profit) forcibly reduced by law, whereas the employee, who shoulders none of the risk of failure, gains, with no attendant benefit to the employer. That is, there is a 50/50 chance that the employee will be sick and need to use the paid leave, but it is a 100% certainty that the employer is obligated the cover the costs of the new, higher wage or compensation.
I believe that a well-conceived benefits package will attract and retain good employees, but the decision to compensate an employee should be left to the employer.
You do the math!
 April 3, 2015 at 10:02pm
God bless us, every one!
 March 19, 2015 at 9:05pm
Is anyone taking up a collection for her one way ticket outbound? I am all in for a dollar!
 December 7, 2014 at 9:07am
Mumia Abu-Jamal and Bill Ayers come to mind!
September 30, 2014 at 5:52pm
Eventually, there will be penalties for so many infractions that the game will be unplayable!
September 29, 2014 at 6:27am
If it walks like an MSNBC host and it talks like an MSNBC host, then its probably Melissa Harris-Perry, or that little pustule Toure.
You forgot your tampon earrings, dear!
 September 27, 2014 at 9:32pm
I watched the segment. Hoenig is right. Furthermore, there is nothing wrong with making historical references in context, and he never suggested we round up Muslims and put them in internment camps.
Like Andrew Breitbart said “The truth isn’t mean. Its the truth!’
 September 13, 2014 at 9:07pm
I have a SIG Sauer P250 9mm with a full magazine of Hydra-Shok hollow points, plus one in the chamber, in my night stand. The pistol has low light Tritium sights on it, and without my glasses, I can still draw a sight picture within the fatal funnel of the hall and the bedroom door.
The bug spray is on the back porch with the lawn and garden stuff!
How can Obama's chosen people feel welcome if you are inviting them into a death tunnel, instead of passing out combinations to your already open safe (and wife)....?
 July 12, 2014 at 10:06pm
You need to lighten up on the sugary drinks, Pauli!
 June 27, 2014 at 11:54am
Sounds more like an attack than an incident!
 June 18, 2014 at 5:59pm
As an IT project manager and Windows systems and network administrator, I can say with reasonable certainty that the school’s firewall did NOT come out of the box configured to block sites by specific keywords or known URLs.
Unlike home networking devices such as wireless routers and DSL or cable modems, enterprise-level networking is done with MANAGED devices…routers, switches, intrusion detection / prevention devices, etc. These devices are configured and deployed with some difficulty, insofar as an administrator would need to log into each device and set the parameters or upload a configuration file. All the settings on each device must work in unison with the settings on all the other devices on that local area network and wide area networks the school is tied into, or it will not work according to design.
I don’t think the restricted access was a simple mistake. I suspect it was done deliberately!
Thank you, GRUMPYOLDSOLDIER, for writing from your professional opinion. That carries a great deal of weight.
Absolutely correct. As someone who WORKED for a school district as the IT director I know for a fact that those devices do NOT come "pre-programmed" unless it is specifically requested and even then, district personnel should immediately recheck and validate that the settings are correct IF they are doing their jobs.
So in my opinion, either they are totally inept at their jobs OR they are liars and know full well they had it setup that way.
Well one other possibility is that the IT department did it on their own without the administrations knowledge because most district administrators are totally ignorant of technology except for the things they actually use.
That's one reason so many of they are led by the nose by any salesman that talks a good game.
In the district I worked for they wasted millions of dollars over the years because they would make stupid decisions without consulting the IT folks first. We then had to "make it work".
Either way, SOMEONE in that district knew this was happening and it was planned and setup that way.
Of course it was done on purpose, IRS ring a bell?
There are two possible answerers for who did the deed. It could be somebody who works in the IT department or because they were new to the equiptment, they might have hired a contractor or used configuration information obtained from somebody else. Who ever did it needs to be found out because it's a pretty sure thing they didn't do it under orders.
You reminded me of something really important. I spent some time working as a Network Administrator for a school in CT. I did not have access to the firewall, but I believe the guy who did once told me that he received lists of sites that were allowed and not allowed from higher up, so this could possibly be state-wide policy.
You are exactly correct. At work I can access any left wing "news" site I can think of but can't access The Blaze, I get the big red screen of death whenever I try, "access denied"!!
It depends on the content filter's default category rules. For instance an aggressive one-size-fits-all rule/category set can even block on a category as innocuous as "breast". Hard to know unless one at least knows the type/make of the content filter. Being a school district, they likely just set the most aggressive filter option out of the box and then whitelist as necessary.
Exactly -- and "an appropriate corrective action" would include more than a TECHNICAL fix -- it would include action regarding the personnel responsible for the filtering.
 May 27, 2014 at 7:48am
Wow. Just as Melissa Harris-Perry pops in with her comments about multimillion dollar salaries and slavery in the NBA, and I was left wondering where her matching bookend Toure was…here’s the little chancre himself, troweling on the sputum that passes for coherent journalism at MSNBC.
LOL, You must have caught at least parts of her show Saturday too? While everybody else was on the California murders it seemed that her show was devoted to nothing but racism, Sterling, and white privilege. I kept spot checking and listening for a while.
May 27, 2014 at 7:38am
Chances are, if it involved the Mob, the “victim” wouldn’t be alive, and TheBlaze wouldn’t be reporting it for many years!
 May 20, 2014 at 7:19pm
You’re an idiot. The local chapter of the SPCA is in the phone book, or 411 on most cell phones, even Obama Phones. A person can call the police or sheriff’s department to ask for guidance, and if you fear an animal might be put down, no-kill shelters are prevalent. The SPCA and other shelters will take an animal, no questions asked. There is simply no reason to abandon an animal in such a manner.
Did I say you’re an idiot?
May 16, 2014 at 7:07pm
Three bully incidents in my life, and each ended in a fist fight. The first two were draws; the third, I beat the crap out of the kid. It was one of the most satisfying days of my life.
In all three instances, I never had a problem with any of them again!