Wasn’t a difficult decision. The lunatics on the left have made sure there’s no longer a market for them. At least not through ‘reputable’ sellers. Why take a stand for liberty if it effects our bottom line? That would require integrity…
 June 25, 2015 at 1:32am
The root cause of poverty is the welfare system (modern day slavery). The things Bill lists are products of the welfare system.
“The root cause of poverty. … That is the dissolution of the African American traditional family, chaos on the streets of poor neighborhoods and an educational system that does not demand the same standards of achievements that are demanded in the white neighborhoods.”
When the system is set up to provide more assistance to a single mother, than if the man is in the home, something is wrong, it encourages families to live apart. Even if the man has a low paying job, the kids probably still need assistance. It would be cheaper for the man and woman to live together, reducing rent at least...but no, we encourage the breakup of the family.
Same for senior citizens. A widow and widower get more money for living separately, than if they were married, thus many live together.
And the slavery cuts both ways- welfare enslaves the recipient and enslaves the person providing by forcibly taking the sweat of his brow to pay for it
Fair point....but there is a cause for folks to go on welfare too. I remember growing up poor, and while we likely qualified for welfare, we didn't dare take it.
I'd say the sense of personal responsibility is at the root of it all. The more we prove that we are not capable of taking care of ourselves, on our terms....we will be taken care of by the government, on their terms. And plenty of folks are just fine with that....either because they feel their race of people are owed it because of past transgressions, or because we are entitled to it because we are born citizens of one of the worlds most *wealthy nations.
Mason C. Weaver wrote an incredible book that connected the dots for me, called "It's Okay to Leave the Plantation"
Read it....he makes a 1 for 1 comparison to the old plantation system with the modern government welfare system
Well, he did write the majority of the constitution.
 June 23, 2015 at 2:05pm
Funny how it’s just a flag when they’re burning it, but when it’s politically expedient it actually represents something.
 June 22, 2015 at 10:52pm
andrewketler – Hyper-partisan? The Blaze and Breitbart go after the Republican party on a regular basis. Fox News is the propaganda arm of the establishment GOP. That’s obvious. They continuously side with the party over the Constitution and fiscal conservatism. Libertarians can find common ground with conservatives on those two websites. I’d endorse the Drudge, but don’t visit the site (it’s a visual mess), and left leaning sites only support liberty when that liberty involves trampling the rights of others.
 June 20, 2015 at 11:40am
America will be saved, but first there’s going to be a reset.
 June 19, 2015 at 3:49pm
Without the 2nd amendment, there isn’t liberty for Democrats, Republicans, independents or Libertarians. It won’t matter how unified the American people are if they’re unarmed against a tyrannical government. Dr. Carson may be right about a lot of things, but if he doesn’t understand that, he’s not fit to be president.
You really think one man could disarm the United States? If that were possible our current leaded would have done it years ago. He tried and thankfully failed. I do not believe Dr Carson would even consider such. Remember even the great Wyet Erup "infringe" on gun rights during his tenures in Dodge City and Tombstone. "Drop 'em off at the Sheriff's office on the way in. You can pick 'em up on the way out." Talk about two dangerous places to be disarmed!
Surgeon General, Homeland Security, State Dept.,......but President? nuh-uh
Not my first choice either but not because of the 2nd Amendment red herring.
Dr Carson better embrace our God given right to protect ourselves or he will never get elected. If he doesn’t come out in a very big way that he will support our 2nd amendment rights 100%, “shall not be infringed”, he might as well throw in the towel.
 June 19, 2015 at 3:44pm
I’m sure he’d like to recant those statements in hindsight, but politics aside, this is bigger than Glenn Beck or progressive MSNBC personalities, and there’s no denying they were all witnesses to that fact.
 June 18, 2015 at 10:22pm
booger71 – It’s an easy code to crack. We, FOX News, are the propaganda arm of the Republican establishment. Marco Rubio should be our next president. Pretend Ted Cruz and Rand Paul don’t exist, but just in case you’re paying attention, they’re unelectable. Now Karl Rove would like to reiterate those sentiments… After the break, John McCain endorses his illegitimate son, Lindsey Graham.
Don’t know why the thumbs down. I support FOX News’s right to exist and laugh at democrats tripping about it, but you are correct.
I agree with Kenny, why thumbs down. I gave up on Fox a long time ago.
Your comments are more proof that liberalism is a mental disorder.
June 18, 2015 at 11:23am
Yeah, don’t get Rosetta stoned.
 June 18, 2015 at 11:01am
Lefties are so blinded by their ideology and living in a bubble that they can’t understand the premise of your question, Professor_Physika. We all know Muslims can’t commit ‘hate crimes.’ For Obama told us so (e.g. Fort Hood), etc.).
 June 17, 2015 at 5:34pm
You’d think someone who supports a socialist for president would realize that his music belongs to everyone, and any profit gained from it should be divided amongst all musicians (talented or not), but that greedy Neil Young wants it all for himself! He was awful loud, during the Bush administration, about our involvement in Iraq, but has been awful silent the last 6 years as Obama has been playing the overthrow the dictator game in the Middle East.
 June 15, 2015 at 1:11pm
Right, the ‘White House Correspondents Association’s regular print pool’ already has their talking points written for them. The Daily Mail apparently isn’t under their influence.
 June 13, 2015 at 1:17pm
There lack of coverage on Obama trade seems to indicate they were all in on Cruz.
 June 10, 2015 at 12:30pm
He and other police probably knew this day was likely to come (an incident would occur, blown out of proportion with misinformation thanks to our national media) and were already prepared to walk away from the circus when it arrived. If that’s the case, and thousands of police officers are prepared to do the same, the larger cities in America are in big trouble.
Way to not explain to your “strong woman” that people kill people, not guns. What a weenie. Cowardly killing machines? Whipped weenie....
June 4, 2015 at 12:31pm
VRW Conspirator – If the cops were raised in the town and are life long residents, there’s no way in hell they write that many tickets to people they’ve known their whole life and not expect a complete backlash. These towns rely on young straight out of training cops who are itching to get acclimated to law enforcement. When they arrive to a normal town where these policies aren’t in place, they quickly make their presence known before the sheriff steps in and let’s them know their place. Life as a small town cop is as boring as it gets, not a position for a young person. Unless they’re placed in the ‘Texas Triangle.’ We always hear how you don’t mess with Texas, but these towns aren’t doing much about it.
 June 3, 2015 at 11:33am
May 28, 2015 at 1:26pm
It was Ted Cruz, until he granted Obama more executive power (trade deal)…