While it could be a possible "false flag" kind of incident, I don't think it is the case here.
However, I wouldn't put it passed the anti-choice crowd to attack their own people in order to limit women's rights to their own bodies...
 February 25, 2015 at 12:13pm
Behold the power of the fuel-air explosive.
January 16, 2015 at 4:17pm
Didn’t see your comment earlier- I see those reflections, too.
January 16, 2015 at 4:14pm
Right or wrong actions by the LEO I am not able to judge. I do, however, see a distinct flash of red and blue from the speed limit sign at the 15-16 second mark of the clip. I am interested if anyone else sees this or if it is an artifact on my monitor. (I can’t get it to play on my phone.)
Yes I see it now too. But now we have many on here pointing out that MSP run the old fashioned red bubble gum machine on their cars. I myself could swear I've seen red & blue LED's in the grill and back windows lately though.
 October 16, 2014 at 10:21am
An interesting man with an interesting history to be sure.
For the sake of clarity, how did a man who died in 1861 own and breed slaves “after the war” (June 1865 and beyond)?
October 9, 2014 at 2:05pm
Prepare to be amazed, then. (If I understood that double-negative correctly.)
Ebola virus is comparatively difficult to spread; harder than, say, HIV. Would you expect a cop to become infected with HIV simply by entering the apartment of and HIV-infected suspect? Do we quarantine the family members of HIV-positive people? Ebola virus is spread in the same manner as common STD viruses: blood (or bodily fluid)-to-blood transfer. The media are engaged in wholesale fear-mongering on this issue and it is in their interest to perpetuate ignorance. So, you can be excused for not knowing the truth.
What people fear is a virus that doesn’t exist in nature- a fictional, weaponized version of ebola which would be truly horrible.
As hard as it is to imagine during this ‘transparent’ administration, the CDC has been playing it pretty straight with the public. The media, no surprise, has not.
 October 9, 2014 at 1:41pm
Yes, it would be brave to accept her fate. BUT that is exactly what she is not doing.
That we will all die is not at issue here. She believes that she can see the future with 100% accuracy and has determined that there is only one possible outcome- and she is wrong. She is behaving selfishly and in an immature manner (‘if you don’t agree with me I’m gonna hold my breath’).
And to top it off she is destroying the ability of her husband to associate his birthday with anything but pain and loss (possibly pity…)
I had two relatives die the week of my birthday, three years apart, from cancer, and they fought it till the end. My birthday is not the same, so when I read her "deathdate" is two days after her husband's birthday, I was dumbfounded. He will never be able to separate the two.
She has stage 4 glioblastoma, 100% fatal. Her health is decaying and her associated symptoms are increasing. Death is eminent. With assisted suicide she sees the future with 100% accuracy and avoids an end of misery. Her family will also avoid being helpless in her misery.
Don't give me that drivel about being selfish. Every time you eat, earn a dollar, go to the doctor for antibiotics, drive instead of walk, you are being selfish. Selfish is not a bad thing.
The only bad thing is you acting like big government and telling somebody else how they have to act and surrender there freedom and liberty.
Not everybody in this world feels the same as you. Get over it!
 August 22, 2014 at 9:55am
I don’t agree with all that you said. Every individual has the right to express themselves AND they must also accept the consequences of those actions. You should celebrate the hospital’s response here- they responded to an employee whom they believed had acted inappropriately ( I disagree.)
Remember, the government cannot punish idiotic speech (1A), only society and private enterprise can. If idiotic speech is not punished, it flourishes- as we’ve all seen.
August 15, 2014 at 11:15am
I’m amazed. Here the Blaze posts a story about a young person… pictured in a hoodie… who steals something… and there is not even one disparaging reference to the current administration. Strains the credibility of the Blaze commenters.
One article I read said the PD had dash cams but had recently obtained body cams for their officers which had not been deployed. I wonder which got it right? A body cam would likely produce far superior evidence for an in-car altercation. Moot point, though; neither seems to be available.
 August 13, 2014 at 10:30am
This list cannot be taken seriously.
Even I know that Jay Leno has more serious cars than an SLR McLaren at $500k. His $1.4M McLaren P1 comes to mind…
 July 24, 2014 at 2:22pm
To the best of my knowledge, Sharia law is far less tolerant of homosexuality than western systems.
First amendment issue, yes, but not a free-speech issue. This deals with free expression of religion.
June 4, 2014 at 3:35pm
Aww, come on, Guys! He was just recovering his brass so he could reload ‘em. You know, on account of the price of ammo is just ridiculous these days. And don’t forget that brass might just FOD an innocent lowrider on the street.
March 28, 2014 at 10:02am
I realize Mr. Reid holds himself out as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints but I wonder if he wouldn’t be more comfortable leaving us ‘English’ and joining the Amish faith…
March 27, 2014 at 4:17pm
So, if the officer DID NOT see his weapon the first time he passed him, what grounds did he have for coming back to stop him?
If the officer DID see the weapon the first time then his whole case is nullified.
I think Mr. Pierce is right about this one- it stinks.
Yep, I can smell it all the way here in Missouri. I'll let you know if the stench lingers in Georgia when I land there later today.
When I read the officer's story, I immediately knew it would be thrown out. It is ILLEGAL for the cop to "visually see nothing" while passing, then return and see the gun to make an arrest. The guy was not initially detained. Which means the cop never had 100% visibility of the gun the first time. Sooooo odd the cop didn't have video tape of him passing this guy the first time. No jury would have convicted the guy. The prosecuting attorney knew this was going to be thrown out. Cops love to write tickets and make arrests, knowing the charges would be dismissed. Doesn't affect them at all unless a class action lawsuit is brought against the cop and city.
That sir is the $25,000 question others seem to be missing here.
January 28, 2014 at 12:13pm
Thank you, Blaze. I never thought I would say this but that match was the most hilarious sporting event I’ve seen in long time. Couldn’t stop laughing- got the boss’ attention though.
January 15, 2014 at 12:13pm
Chips- I think you might have mistyped. The new F150 will have a steel frame and an aluminum composite body (a combination which has been used in cars for quite some time.) This supposedly saves “up to 700 pounds” depending on configuration. Lighter, certainly, yet still in excess of 5,000 pounds.
November 25, 2013 at 10:26am
I would submit that performing this act at 61 years of age says that there is no “You next” in this man. He more than likely had already done his part prior to Sunday.
I would submit that in bed, wracked with pain, he may well take a pass; if there is a next go around. At the age of 61 you don't bounce back like a young soldier. That's why I write books on Urban Self Defense because at my age I need to employ brain over brawn, and tailor the required fire power within the proper parameters.
August 23, 2013 at 10:01am
The righteous exercise of priesthood power knows no bounds.
June 6, 2013 at 11:10am
This is most unfortunate. This government contractor is giving a black eye to the private sector and encouraging (enabling) more power grabs by the federal government. Come on, folks! The administration doesn’t need our help to grow and grab.