On a bus in Vegas the driver had to honk and point to his mirror at every corner the pedestrians were hanging over the curb so far. The mirror would be right in a pedestrians face and they were oblivious to the danger. I hang back from the curbs. Never know what is hanging off a vehicle or if some great driver will drive over the curb. Curbs are not cover, they are more like a way for blind people to stay in the road.
Jed: You want to hear about another bizarre accident? Richard Bright, the actor who portrayed bodyguard Al Neri in the Godfather movies was run over by a tandem bus in NYC. The bus driver took a street corner too close and he was run over by the second tandem. How weird is that?
 February 22, 2015 at 6:18pm
The organizer made a speech titled “Why I Hate Jews” in 2008.
February 22, 2015 at 6:17pm
Cut and paste from an AP feed.
 February 21, 2015 at 12:47pm
There is such a thing as social norms. It is like how it is unacceptable to let a door slam in the face of a person behind you. Do you do that? Or not throwing trash in the street. Whatever, if you have no respect for your neighbors then you are just as bad as a criminal alien.
Around here throw trash on the street is not acceptable by law.
I have enough respect for my neighbors and my neighbor's private property to not vandalize it if they accidentally inconvenience me.
Tell me if I accidentally close a door in your face will you feel so violated that you'll burn my house down?
If someone doesnt hold the door open for me i dont go out and vandelize his property...ha but i really dont know much about this snow custom
 February 10, 2015 at 11:54am
I would rather get an unloaded AK than an iPod loaded with junk music. Putin may not be the friend of the US but at least he is a man, unlike Obama the rude uncouth Metro.
 February 2, 2015 at 11:14pm
With Bush our enemies feared us. Now with Obama the Metro our friends fear us and our enemies visit the White House. And a large percentage of the population of the US are now embarrassed by the lack of manners from those living at the White House and DC in general.
February 2, 2015 at 9:22pm
It all depends on the “authority”. It says to respect authority, not obey authority. The first sentence in the creed or oath says to serve God, so I take it as respecting authority given by god or something like that. It is always wise to look at the works of an organization or person to see what it is really about.
The european monarchs believed that they derived their right to rule from God. Your point?
 February 1, 2015 at 1:32pm
This article worries me. The drill Sargent must not be doing their jobs. After basic training any soldier or marine should be able to take any insult or derogatory word without flinching. That is one of the points of basic training, to be stronger than words. Words have become more powerful than action. Is the US army going to go throw insults at the Muslims and that will be as effective as bullets?
Your comment took me right back to basic training! Her in South Africa, corporals and sergeants would curse you out in English and Afrikaans. Military law stated that a superior could not threaten a lower rank. They got around that law, by saying "and that gentleman, is not a threat, it is a promise". They would go on questioning your anticedence. We however new that segeants did not mothers or fathers, they just came into this world like omeba's.
 January 23, 2015 at 7:46pm
Wonder what that fish tastes like? Wouldn’t be surprised if these “scientists” introduced some bacteria that will kill them all off.
Wow. Where are your credentials?
-Cosmo2, Dearborn, MI (speaking his mind)
Fish is tasteless. No mercury, no lead, very little DDT.
M Moore will travel a long way for an anchovy....
Just-like the EUROPEE'NS ... [ BLANKETS (...WE JUSS WANNA HELP YOU...) full of Syphilis & other goodies---to trade with "Indians" ]... ."IGNORANCE OF THE LAW(GERMS) IS NO EXCUSE!!"
 January 4, 2015 at 2:27pm
Time Warner in my area used to be its own system. It had all local exec positions, dispatch, sales and service. If you talked to someone on the phone it was someone that actually lived in the area. When the Execs made decisions they had to face everyone in the local area. Then San Diego took over and ran both systems. The the dispatch was moved to San Diego. The exec structure was mostly removed form the local area and San Diego took over. When an exec made a decision they still had to face the people they affected though it was no longer a local decision. The SD people were in the local area allot. Time Warner was still using local services as much as possible Then Los Angeles, the system with the worst track record for outages and customer service, took over both San Diego and the local area. Mass lay offs occurred at the mid and upper levels and some on down. Decisions were made and no one knew until after the fact. IT and phone were run from LA now. Money was wasted in quantity tearing out the old to put in new stuff then all over again when it didn’t work. Then Charlotte took over the whole thing. Now it is supposed to be one big happy family but each department no longer works with any other department. Moral is low. Down sizing is continuing. The long term employees only want to retire or get a good severance. Local suppliers are now national. Money is sucked out of the local economy to never return. It is like a mini Federal Government to get anything done now.
 December 28, 2014 at 5:13pm
Anyone that wants a decent Republican nominee needs to register Republican and vote for someone like Cruz or West or whoever. The decision has to be made now on who the majority wants. The establishment have made their decision. The large field of others are going to make it hard. Don’t listen to Ann Coulter and the “only a Liberal establishment Republican can win” crowd. It needs to be a united fight of the majority. I want Cruz first on a ticket with Allen West. But I will go for a few others like Walker or possibly Rand (though I don’t trust Rand). If it is Bush or Romney I will go third party. Where the big push would do the most good is to kick out the Bhoners and Connells, even if a Democrat gets the spot, get the majority with new Republicans that have taken Democrat seats. That would break the Elitist, Authoritarian, Liberal Republican hold on power.
People like Bush and Romney are the only ones with a chance of winning an election, where you have to appeal to moderates. If Bush can get over the "dynasty" critique (why most Americans fear that I'll never understand) then he has a shot of winning. Most of the candidates you listed have little to no chance of winning, as they are too extreme. Contrary to what most people on here seem to believe, most Americans are not Tea Party libertarians. Most are more centrist. Subsequently, a charismatic centrist candidate is necessary if this next election is to be won. Have a nice day
 December 24, 2014 at 1:05am
Notice the woman had to thrown in “if Orozco had a gun it would have been worse”! Never had a thought that a 3 thousand pound auto can be a lot more dangerous than a gun.
35,000+ deaths from cars every year. Guns, about half that (and half of those police shooting and capital punishment)
This is just 2013:
Heart Disease: 584248
Medical Errors: 205660
Lower Respiratory Disease: 139989
Accident (unintentional): 123825
Hospital Associated Infection: 96954
Alzheimer's Disease: 83218
Kidney Failure: 41878
Blood Infection: 32772
Drunk Driving: 33109
Unintentional Poisoning: 31102
All Drug Abuse: 24488
Prescription Drug Overdose: 14690
Murder by gun: 11255
Texting while Driving: 5865
Fire Related: 3428
Domestic Violence: 1430
Smoking in Bed: 764
Falling out of Bed: 586
Killed by Falling Tree: 146
Struck by Lightning: 80
Mass Shooting: 12
Spontaneous Combustion: 0
 December 23, 2014 at 1:17am
The monkey did a lot, CPR, throw water on his face or more like throw his face in water. Basically he beat his friend back to life. Perhaps beating a dead horse IS the right thing to do. Reminds me of how Obamacare was passed.
December 21, 2014 at 8:59pm
What are you talking about? Is Mexico the model you would like to see in the US?
[-7] December 21, 2014 at 3:42pm
This situation has been brewing for a long time. The Drug War has destroyed Columbia, Mexico and the US. A Peace Officer is a part of the community, someone to talk to without worrying about getting arrested, someone to deescalate a family crisis, someone that will be fair. Now we have LEOs that work to prosecute the public for any infraction, are above the law, us force and escalation of violence for far too many situations. The drug war has led the way for the criminalization of living. The War On Terror has pushed this even further. For the money that is spent incarcerating drug offenders they could have been put through drug rehab for the entire year and only cost a fraction. The classic american society is in trouble. A society and a future has to be put there every minuet of every day. Most of us have allowed that society and that future be created by destructive people. There are plenty of people out there creating the image of Americanism as bad and Totalitarianism as good. Americanism has to be explained, taught, sold, described in overwhelming quantity if Americanism is to survive. There is no way to buy a person for Americanism with money or products. Individual Liberty costs to earn yet once attained is of infinite value. That cannot be bought with cash.
If you hate it here so much, go do a couple lines in mexico or about anywhere in Latin America and see what occurs. If you make to prison, you have sudden name change and sore butt for the next 40 years.....but more than likely they will just shoot you in the head. Just saying......stay away from the bong
December 20, 2014 at 1:15am
I don’t know why Rand wants to start this fight. If nothing else Obama is acting like a dictator. I would like to ask Rand if he would rule by EO, dictate or in Obamas’ case memorandum. Is Rand all right with that? Instead of fighting the battle of individual liberty Rand is fighting the battle of ideology’s. I don’t like Rubio but I just don’t get why Rand keeps putting out his neopunk libertarian ideology when he could be taking action against a dictator and for individual liberty. The Cuban deal is about the way it is being done more than what has been done.
December 17, 2014 at 8:26pm
Is that a torture device on the table in the foreground? The torture device of choice in Iraq, a cordless drill.
 December 15, 2014 at 3:41pm
And the Australians have raised the white flag of capitulation to counter the black flag of conquest.
 December 14, 2014 at 10:31pm
And if we just give up our guns everything will be perfect.