Guess your not old enough to remember the THUG-MAYOR, COLEMAN YOUNG and then the follow-up Politicians that brought down DETROIT....
Sad but true>>>>>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZP1fHZuOYos
 June 22, 2015 at 5:06pm
This is crazy… jail for speach! Espicially the most reprehensible speach is the speach that must be protected. All speach must be protected or no speach is safe. If words become illegal then we are doomed as a free society.
it would be even worse if they jailed for speech...
June 11, 2015 at 11:03pm
Lol… how can I argue with such an intelligent well thought out response.
June 11, 2015 at 10:51pm
Pull them up if you want. Beck is full of crap! All of the national news people are full of crap. No one reports the facts today to let the people make up their own minds. Beck is no different than those on the left. They all spin the news and lie.
[-1] June 11, 2015 at 5:50pm
I agree with your post you would be savaged at the Huffington post just like I have been many times. I personally have has the same happen to me at this site many times. I once posted here that you should be able to buy a house in a neighborhood that has a HOA if you want. I was actually told the world would better if I killed myself because I expressed the crazy idea of choice.
 June 11, 2015 at 5:26pm
The things I have been called here at the blaze and at the Huffington post are disgusting. I personally find no difference in the intolerance at the Huffington post a the blaze. Both sides are dug in and too many people have closed their minds. Too many people believe people they don’t agree with are literally evil. This must change or we are doomed as a society.
June 11, 2015 at 4:31pm
He is correct that the left is intolerant to different opinions but so is the right. Just express a different opinion at this site and see what kind of response you get. The regulars at the blaze are just like the regulars at the Huffington post. If you disagree you will be attacked personally.
We can't control the trolls. We get a lot of agitators on here who pretend to be conservative but aren't.
I've seen some very reasonable discussions from people with differing opinions. I think if a point is made, or a question asked, with respect, replies and counter-opinions are usually respectful as well.
The relativism thing doesn't fly with me. Yes there a few idiots on the right who will play into mostly false stereotypes, but there is far more intolerance on the progressive left, by its very nature. The progressive nature is about power and control, as is their speech they perpetuate. You believe as we do or you shall be shunned or arrested.
To a degree Hugh Williams, BUT with a huge difference as far as I'm concerned; there is usually (not always, some people just like to call names) factual evidence cited to support such an attack. Whether here or in any real world discussion it behooves all of us on the "right side" to take the high road and always frame our debate as based on fact, empirical data, FACTS! I find that those on the "wrong side" will resort to calling you an "-ist" of some kind even if in the unlikely event that FACTS might for once in a millenium support their position. Let's examine a case study: What about the "Obama is a Marxist" meme? Now, to call names, one has no shortage of names to call, i.e. he's a commie...etc. but to cite facts: he is a protege of Frank Marshall Davis, Bill Ayers (evidence is available) his policies of corporate demonization and "us against them" (them being evil rich people) "pay(ing) their fair share... and "you didn't build that" statism can support such a statement. I choose not to spend a lot of time at Huffington Post. But what do you think would happen if I went on there and threw this out as bait: "Free Markets set the oppressed free" ? The left would rise up and call me every -ist known, and would probably come up with a few new ones-Oppressist? "one who kicks the oppressed while they are down." I might just try it, but I hate to even visit Huffpo. Not because I dont want people to disagree with me but because I enjoy healthy debate, not name calling
I disagree Hugh Williams
You blankety blanking blanker, i bet you blanking blank your blanker too. Who the Blank are you to make a blanking blanket statement like that? I hope your blanks get blanked and blanking fall off.
Stupid blanking blank. Blank off.
I would have too agree with Packerbacker12, it does not always go as planned though, most of us do make a real effort to stay on topic, i think it is good we have spirited discussions, it tends to help weed through the political discourse and get to where each other is coming from. Sometimes vitriol does exceed the parameters of a civil conversation, but strong opinions are often accompanied by strong feelings. One thing i have seen i this site more then others is at least people here will come back and try to be civil after they cool off, myself included.
Hugh Williams -Dec. 28, 2013 at 9:50am
Apparently they have. Most people here are not the sharpest knife in the drawer. After all they believe Becks load of garbage.
Hugh Williams -Mar. 22, 2014 at 3:12pm
It is so easy to get the simple minds worked up.LOL
You want me to pull them all up Hugh, or would you like to knock off acting all innocent.
It takes two to tango Hugh, and when you knowingly agitate what do you expect
Have a good day Hugh
I disagree you stupid poopy head!
You should change your moniker to Hugh Jwang. You'd get more likes. I know. I spent 16 years in marketing.
I believe Don Lemon stated that the liberals are the "most" intolerant. That is absolutely true. Regulars at the blaze feel strongly about their opinions, but are still "less" intolerant than liberals. We would have to import a species from another planet to find some as narrow-minded as liberals.
 April 16, 2015 at 3:51pm
You can always tell what the leftist are doing by observing what they accuse everyone else of doing. They love to accuse everyone else of not paying their fair share of taxes. They do this because THEY do everything possible to not pay taxes themselves.
 April 10, 2015 at 6:49pm
I find it amazing that so many people posting at this site always complain about a over sized, over reaching government. But they support out of control law enforcement attacking American citizens with little provocation and destroying evidence. People please try to have some intellectual honesty.
Good point Hugh.
The Blaze-bots CAN be quite the hypocritical bunch. They still believe that "CRIMES" where no one is victimized nor no property damaged, is an direct invitation for the poe-lease to violate your constitutional rights.
I mean, after all, this evil doer had marijuana in his possession [GASP!]
Exactly, how about we really wake up people.
"Small government, small government... but first arrest that kid, I smell drugs"
Right, because Officer Unfriendly there should have coaxed wittle spoiled junior out of the car with a cup of hot chocolate and a cookie. .....
[-1] April 9, 2015 at 5:01pm
Give up hope are you capable of debating the issue or is pointing out errors in gramm
[-1] April 9, 2015 at 4:52pm
You and people like you blame TSA for every problem every air traveler has every where in the world.
[-2] April 9, 2015 at 1:42pm
What does TSA have to do with story??????? This happened in London England.
 April 9, 2015 at 1:38pm
Please explain why you think TSA employees would by working at an airport in England?
You’re actually incapable of posting a single comment without grammatical errors, aren’t you. I swear, nearly every one where you’re correcting their TSA usage (which is understood by everyone else) has different errors.
Makes you look pretty darn silly.
Since, you'll want to end questions with question marks (?) in the future, especially when calling out one for grammatical and other such errors, as you did in your first sentence. Also, "TSA usage" makes no sense.
You’re incorrect. Rhetorical questions may end with a period or exclamation point.
Now focus on context. When I say “TSA usage”, if you’re following along, you’ll know that I’m referring to the term TSA, not the entity. As such, it makes perfect sense. Shorthand reference is allowed and understood by most. Not everything needs to be explicitly spelled out.
What you’re not understanding is that this is a retort to someone who has gone around posting at least eight nearly identical comments quibbling about the same offence, when everyone know what was meant.
So once you’re able to grasp the context, you’ll see that Hugh is the one correcting people, yet in nearly every instance has made even more silly mistakes. I'm just taking him to task for being trite and inane.
Give up hope are you capable of debating the issue or is pointing out errors in gramm
Hugh, not to do the queer eye for the straight guy bit, but that shirt screams coke mule, in TSA speak. That particular grin in use has molly all over it. What's under your hat? Do you have anything to claim aside from no fashion sense and a guilty demeanor?
This has been an unscheduled TSA PSA. What does the gay cowboy say?
LOL Hugh Janus... There IS NO ISSUE! That's the point!
Your banal observations were missed by no one here, yet you think you've found gnostic gold. It would be hilarious if it wasn't just so annoying.
April 9, 2015 at 1:31pm
What do you think TSA has to do with airport security in England. You do know England is a separate country don’t you?
Wow.....Bammit and Hugh Williams............you are correct.....I missed that it was in the UK........but that still doesn't change the fact that "Our" TSA has stopped nothing!
Master Williams probably just needs a hug, before his afternoon nap.
TSA rules get applied pretty much everywhere. If a foreign airline wants to fly to the US, they get to apply the same brain-dead rules as our airlines do. And corporate (and government) cost-saving means the rules get applied everywhere they fly. To do otherwise would allow people at lower levels in the corporation or government to make decisions - something that just has to be prevented.
@whathappened1960: You may be on to something there.
@Alllens: Exactly, with an emphasis on "brain-dead".