And yet a seed was planted that may grow at a later date.
If you watch his speech, he's actually speaking to campus College Republicans and most there appear to be conservatives. They actually asked some really good questions, i.e how to deal with being labeled as racists in arguments and debates, being forced by professors to write about white privilege, the influence of sports teams/athletes on college campuses, etc. Most clapped and cheered at the things he said. But sadly, that means the people who needed to hear it most didn't bother to show.
He does explain it very well - the two are unrelated.
The only case where an abortion should be considered is in the case where the mother's life is in danger. And that is because we are attempting to measure the value of two lives and they are very related. Usually the mother's life has more value because she has lived longer, there is a father somewhere and she might have a job and/or a family.
So only in the heartbreaking case where the mother's life is in danger should a doctor and mother decide whether the baby should be aborted.
The place where he loses me is where he talks about killing rapists. This comment is completely irrational. It's a liberal "feelings" argument. Rape is repugnant to normal people so we should kill the rapists because... feelings.
One of the things that needs to be very carefully considered in making public policy is not making things worse.
Capital punishment for rape encourages rapists to turn each incident of rape into a murder because it disposes of the primary witness and thereby reduces the risk of getting caught and executed. If the punishment is death either way, WHY NOT kill the victim?
Shapiro is speaking in your face truth, reason, and justice.
Jesus was crucified for the sins of others, he was sinless. Should sinless little babies be put to death for the sins of others too?
If the liberals want to kill somebody over a rape, why don't they go after the rapist instead of the baby?
"Connecting these two things is like saying, ‘I was raped, therefore I get to go shoot an unrelated person.’”
Except that that's not true at all. How is the unborn baby of a raped woman unrelated to the rapist?
Look. Abortion is wrong. But unless you have been raped and impregnated by a rapist, then I really fail to see how you have any say in the matter whatsoever. That is an unimaginable thing to have to go through, and even though I disagree with abortion fully, I would never presume to understand how a raped woman would feel in those circumstances. I would never dictate to her how she should react.
About 400 women a year in the USA get pregnant from rape or incest, only about half abort so thats 200 babies a year of supposed justified abortion yet we are aborting 1.2 million babies a year
 November 19, 2015 at 8:28pm
I’m guessing, but you’ve never hunted … right?
 November 18, 2015 at 10:14am
‘Empty chamber is probably range rules.
 November 17, 2015 at 9:38am
Oh well. If Jon Carrie said it, it must be true. He’s always so impressively right on everything! – end sarcasm
 November 17, 2015 at 9:21am
‘Might be time for you to read the 2nd amendment again.
 November 17, 2015 at 9:06am
Who convinced young blacks that they are being abused? The whole victim-hood thing is garbage.
A coward such as yourself-- who has allowed his heart and mind to be ruled by fear -- should not question the courage or intelligence of others.
would you do it by skin color, or by the clothes that they wear? What if they disguise themselves? Would you beat everybody until they confessed?
 November 13, 2015 at 8:51am
Marching for freebees isn’t surprising in this generation. When the Government tells them that health care is a “right”, in no time at all they will try to spread that entitlement mentality to everything, even education.
 November 13, 2015 at 8:44am
What does “Christian” have to do with enforcing civil law?
 November 10, 2015 at 7:49pm
In the spirit of handing out advice, I’d encourage Neal Cavuto to ask actual questions. The problems in the recent debates occur when the moderators try to editorialize.
 November 9, 2015 at 8:05am
“Multiple Israeli politicians, including Israel’s president Shimon Peres, have said Obama has been the most pro-Israel president in their lifetimes. You can look that up.” Freedomlover
I looked it up. You’re wrong. (‘Just thought you’d like to know.)
 November 7, 2015 at 7:28am
Yea, Montana said this too. Some of the Blaze headlines are a study in disconnect. Just say, “Rachael Maddow lobs Hillary a useless softball question”.
 November 4, 2015 at 8:00am
That jumped out at me also. What a lying idiot we have for a president. He can’t keep his exaggerations straight.
Everything tastes different based on where it's made. The industry modifies its ingredients to suit local tastes as well. So sadly, I may never know what foreign food really tastes like unless I actually go there.
Pizza- as we know it- was actually invented in NY by Italian immigrants.
the pizzas that were made in Italy prior to this bore little resemblance to the pizza you get in Italy now- which is more of an American/Italian pizza.
 November 3, 2015 at 3:45pm
We’re conservatives. We don’t mob anything (or anyone). ;-)