Advocating hanging is going too far. But tar and feathers may be called for.
 April 24, 2015 at 4:15pm
All 10 of those turncoats have some major explaining to do. Right now.
 April 22, 2015 at 10:45pm
The GOP should have expelled McCain as soon as the McCain-Feingold bill was introduced. He is a Democrat in sheep’s clothing, and always has been.
 April 22, 2015 at 10:43pm
The soldiers fought bravely and nobly for a cause they believed in. That does not mean the president didn’t waste their efforts and lives by sending them on a stupid snipe hunt. Obama has done the same thing, too, at least three times now.
 April 22, 2015 at 10:36pm
I would not have invited Bush either. His unnecessary expansions of the government, including Medicare Part D and the TSA, were exactly the kind of things Democrats do and Republicans never should.
But I suspect the non-invitation was more because the GOP leadership were busy cheating Ron Paul delegates and Tea Party supporters out of their seats on the floor. If that happens again this time, the party is history (and you, Glenn, need to help send it there by publicly defecting to the Libertarian Party if it happens).
It is already history. It is so deeply divided in so many ways, there is no way to have hope in it.
B.S. / The Republicans were afraid of what the media would say and they feared giving the Democrats an "issue" AND John McCain didn't like George Bush anyway because of his Iraq policy and McCain's interpretation of Torture. McCain also thought himself to be a "media darling" and he didn't want them to turn on him ... and they did anyway. Let's not dress up the Republican decision to throw George W. Bush under the bus because they thought it would benefit them ... it didn't ... bad move. The media is NEVER going to support a Republican nominee and the Democrats of today are NEVER going to "work with" Republicans. We ... the party ... were stupid AND we still are!
April 21, 2015 at 6:59pm
A tap wouldn’t do it, but a serious brake-check would.
April 21, 2015 at 6:58pm
Unless the rider is the person the driver stole the car from. Then he’s not wrong, just stupid.
 April 19, 2015 at 10:53pm
The Democrats brought this on themselves. Every new needless regulation and burden *ahem*ObamaCare*ahem* they add to the cost of employing people, means more good jobs aren’t created or their pay is lowered. Do they really think people rich enough to be hiring are going to give up their comfortable lives for the sake of theirs? No one on either side of the aisle will do that. Another 8 years under Democratic administrations and we’ll be a banana republic, with NO jobs except in the black market and NO non-corrupt police. Good luck getting government to behave the way you want then!
This is not a partisan issue. This is an ECONOMY issue. Its black and white. Things cost what they cost. Its pretty much out of control.
 April 18, 2015 at 5:08pm
I agree that the taxpayers (even local ones) shouldn’t pay for sports stadia, but that’s not what the article is about.
 April 18, 2015 at 5:06pm
Now that you get patted down at games, I’d rather watch from the neighborhood bar anyway.
April 18, 2015 at 5:05pm
Paying pro athletes a low scale has been tried. It’s probably the #1 reason the XFL lasted only one year.
 April 14, 2015 at 5:56pm
If anybody’s treading too close to the line, it would be nice to hear a word or two of warning before the hammer comes down.
Not that I’ve seen anything I would report yet.
 April 14, 2015 at 5:54pm
I know! “5 precious little snowflakes.”
 April 14, 2015 at 5:53pm
I can see all kinds of code words coming out of this episode. How ’bout if the next guy writes, 5 bozos?
 April 14, 2015 at 1:10am
Here’s my reasoning.
(1) Two of the 10 answers would immediately tell Bernard what Cheryl’s birthday is: May 19 and June 18 (because Bernard is told the date number, and each of those is the only date in the list with its number).
(2) Albert (who is told only the month) starts out knowing that Bernard can’t know the birthday. Therefore the month is not May or June, but must be July or August. And upon hearing Albert’s first statement, Bernard can infer this.
(3) Bernard, upon hearing fact (2), knows the birthday. Therefore, only one of the dates in July or August has the correct date number (which Bernard knows). This rules out July 14 and August 14, but still allows July 16, August 15, and August 17. If any one of these three is Cheryl’s birthday, Bernard knows what that date is.
(4) Therefore Albert’s last statement is horse hockey, and there is no unique solution to the puzzle!
You were so close up until #4! Your explanation is very concise.
(4) Albert, upon hearing that Bernard knows the correct birthday month between July or August based on his already knowing the date number, deduces for himself that the date number must be unique to either July or August, ruling out July 14 and August 14 and leaving July 16, August 15, and August 17. Albert already knows which month the birthday is in, having been told at the outset by Cheryl. If Albert knew the birthday was in August he would still not be able to deduce the date number since it could be either the 15th or the 17th. However, since Albert is able to deduce the date number, he must know it is in July since that is the only remaining month with a unique date in it.
Alberts last statement is true.
Your statements #1 and #2 are correct. #3 is off a little.
(3) Bernard knows the correct date because he has been given the Day “16”.
Between July and August, only July has 16. (how can August 15 and 17 be a possibility if Bernard Knows it is 16?)
(4) so after Bernard states he knows the date, Albert knows that it is the 16 because he has been given July and has eliminated the 14th using Bernard’s logic.
 April 13, 2015 at 12:44am
If a two-year-old is able to run into the street, her parents are certainly responsible for her death, and this would be partly true even if bad driving were also involved. Lock the door!
You’re right about the shootings, though. Whoever did it and why, that was murder.
April 7, 2015 at 10:28pm
Our diet would be the same, except for those crops unique to California (dates and maybe some types of orange). The veggies would just be grown east of the Rockies. It’s not like we’re going to run out of farmland in the next millennium.
 April 6, 2015 at 8:25pm
(1) You misspelled “altar”.
(2) Libertarians would handle the problem by establishing a free market in water. Today, agribusiness pays 1% of residential water rates, mainly because of a federal mandate that came with federal funds to build aqueducts and dams. We’d make them pay the full amount or go elsewhere. Let food production move to Kansas or Nebraska, where they suffer from periodic flooding, not droughts.
 April 5, 2015 at 9:12pm
The bad guys behind it call it “social justice.” And yes, Soros is one of them.
 April 5, 2015 at 9:07pm
InfoWars says Soros is behind this cr*p, and behind the unrest in Ferguson. I believe it. He wants a major show of force by the police, and enough unrest would give an excuse for one.