How is that JRook? Just posted what I thought after reading the article...why the hate for opinion?
That would make you the biggest loser rookie.
and here you are JRook.....
[-6] June 24, 2016 at 1:38pm
“huge part of the propaganda — you’re now saying that’s a mistake?” Hey no worries just contact the Susan B. Anthony Foundation and they will explain to you that Free Speech doesn’t require the speech to be truthful….their exact defense when they were busted for a political ad that was knowingly false…..This country is doomed for no more reason than the organizations and people who hold themselves out as having a higher moral code or higher ethics and integrity will do anything to advance their special interest. And that includes church organizations, evangelical organizations and as we know Pro Life organizations. At some point people will begin to see that their isn’t much left after integrity, ethics and common decency are lost. And let’s be clear….claiming to be a good christian while having no integrity, ethics or common decency means you are the lowest of the low.
Are you taking foreign language posts and using an online translator to post them in something approximating English, JCroak? Your post is unreadable and unintelligible...it's a bloody mess champ...
"claiming to be a good christian while having no integrity, ethics or common decency means you are the lowest of the low."
Has nothing to do with anyone claiming to be a "good" christian or a christian at all. Anyone who lacks integrity, ethics or common decency is the lowest of the low by definition. Anyone who has no integrity or ethics or decency means they'll lie about who they are, otherwise they would actually have some integrity.
Your bias is showing, because by ALL "good christian" definitions one must have integrity, ethics and decency. It's part of the definition whether you accept it or not.
Who you mad at rookie???
Its ok JR,,your not the only one,plenty of libs are melting down today after realizing that-
THIS is what Democracy looks like!
[-1] June 24, 2016 at 1:31pm
“simply reflect a more detailed version in one version as compared to another, all maintained by her staff.” which of course a legitimate journalist would have spent 5 minutes on researching before posting this story….. but then again its all about bait clicks, right kate.
As they saying goes I wonder if megyn kelly remembers when she actually sold her integrity and conscious? The absurd lie that the action of the democrats prohibited a vote is the type of purposeful BS lies that has left us with a congress that is both dysfunctional and the biggest embarrassment of our country. Certainly more embarrassing then megyn kelly should is to her family and true self. Not much difference from selling your integrity for money and selling your body. And at the end of the day you are essentially the same status in society. A prostitute.
[-1] June 24, 2016 at 11:08am
” whipped with an RCA cable and the 12 year old said he was whipped with a belt.” Ok whipping children with a RCA cable or a belt is not even remotely related to spanking them. And anyone not condemning this parent obviously has some unresolved anger issues themselves. You need to start any story like this with describing the environment these children are being brought up in and what type of example this mother displays to them on a day to day basis. If she drinks to much, uses foul language, lets them run around unsupervised, doesn’t reinforce education and learning and has a history of hitting them for minor offenses then they are nothing more than a product of bad parenting. Which is by far more often the case.
That's a far cry better than the "lead" spanking they would have received had they broken into my house.
My mother raised 5 children by herself. Yes, she rarely spanked us with her hand but often a wooden spoon or stick or something. My oldest sister was caught many times driving drunk until they finally charged her with it. She straightened up her life and has been a wonderful older sister ever since. But, like today's parents, reasoning with her never stopped her bad behavior until there were real consequences. My mother did not make the same mistake with the rest of us and we never had any arrests or convictions.
[-3] June 24, 2016 at 11:02am
For the chronically ignorant….the smart money has and always will utilize a “crisis”, even one that they manufacture to chase the cowards out of the market and make a ton of undeserved money over the next few weeks flipping stocks from the weak and easily manipulated.
"...make a ton of undeserved money..."
Who are YOU to declare what money is "undeserved". Go climb into your safe space.
Undeserved money is that EBT card in your wallet.
Jr. and the Burnie folks have lists. Deserving versus mere tax slaves. Burnie also has an oxygen list Jr, and you are way past what you deserve.
How are your Abu Dabai relations Jr? Lalalalala?
How is it undeserved? If you are a coward enough to run from the market at every little blip that shows up you're going to lose out.
Dont focus on the word undeserved. What he means by that is the people buying and selling are just taking advantge of market patterns, they arent adding vlue. The lesson to take way is tht you are. Fool to seel nything becuse this is twmporary and will turn faster than you cn imgine. This is emotion.
[-5] June 24, 2016 at 10:59am
Not that any of the “unbiased” individuals on the blaze staff or most commentors here (lol) have ever shown a bias. For example, the reference regarding the republican sit in relative to the price of drilling to lower the price of gasoline has long been proven to be BS. The oil companies were sitting on over 200 approved permits that they weren’t acting on in order to keep the supply as low as possible and of course speculators were manipulating the market for no other purpose than to make a ton of undeserved money. Is there any chance the level of discussion here will ever be raised above the BS fed to the masses. There are the 1%, there are the propagandist that work for the 1% and there are the stooges who believe the propaganda and even worse believe the 1% share their ideology or religious beliefs…….Opium for the masses is always made clear by the actions of the stooges who are always in great supply. Nod to the clueless who think the exit from the Eurozone will actually benefit the average British citizen.
Hey JRook, you should go to work for the Propaganda Press (CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, etc.). After all, you have the same mindset!
[-3] June 22, 2016 at 12:00pm
Well glad to see stevie is focusing on the real important issues. What next, a bill to insure that all the cars in the congressional car service are black? Seriously, these are important issues facing our country.
[-14] June 22, 2016 at 11:58am
“The plan includes using tax credits to allow people to buy their own coverage from private insurers” Which of course is exactly what occurs under the Affordable Care Act. So other than let insurance companies compete across state lines…..almost exactly like the Affordable Care Act. Which any learned economist will tell you falls woefully short of an effective and efficient method of funding health insurance. Similar to Medicare, the most efficient and effective insurance mechanism in this country and perhaps the world we need to adopt a National Health Insurance mechanism that utilizes every corporation and citizen to fund a health insurance pool that directs 97% or more of the paid in money to actually providing care. The 30% that is peeled off the top of health premiums for marketing, executive pay and investor returns is by definition inefficient. And the assertion that private health insurance and the market is more efficient is blatantly disproved by Medicare. And by the way Medicare insures a population that private insurance companies would never agree to insure in their entirety. A FACT that is born out by the pilot projects.
Right. Use Medicare - a government mandated system that takes from hard-working people all their lives so they can have a portion of it back - while a yuuuuge percentage of Medicare expenses are covering illegals and able-bodied money-suckers who refuse to work when they can get Welfare instead - as your example of how private insurance doesn't work.
Your ignorance continues to shine, rook.
Okay, how about this then. Let me have more of my tax money and I'll take care of my own blasted healthcare? For what I pay out of pocket out of each and every paycheck, I could have one heck of a bundle of money saved up for when something does happen. How about a limit on how much money somebody can sue a doctor for? That insurance a doctor has to have to cover sue happy folks is one of the many reasons healthcare is so high. A doctor's office is called a "practice" for a reason. There's no certainty when somebody get a disease or goes in for surgery whether you will live or not. Between government bureaucrats, insurance company's, and lawyers, we're ALL going to be bankrupt.
Blah, blah, blah.
Go back to bed.
The ACA, obamacare, has directly tripled my private insurance premiums in the course of fours years with lesser in-plan options. I am literally paying more for less.
The ACA is a progressive abomination created from wreckage of HillaryCare '93. Government-run social healthcare is expensively inefficient, overreaching and dot dot dot.
Your Gruber-speak does not work on me.
Epic! Love it.
That's what insurance does... you pay into it hoping to never need it. The only reason you can get a $10,000 surgery done for $500 is because 19 other people paid $500 and didn't use it.
The ACA didn't do anything like that. Your insurer did and they're using ACA as an excuse. Blue Cross Blue Shield raised their IL rates about $150 (on average) as if to suggest extra operating costs, but their CEO took home an additional 4 MILLION that year.
That's the inefficiency JRook is talking about.
Yes the ACA did affect my coverage. The collusion of private insurers and our gov't was to lucrative of a deal to pass. Those CEO's salaries are now nearly doubled, the amount before the ACA took effect.
I am not impressed with this adminstration or the democrats. They own this and We are paying for it, brother.
Did you just call Medicare the most efficient and effective method?
Excuse my while I try and control my laughing.
(5 minutes later)
Okay, I think I'm good now.
Are you out of your mind? Please tell me one thing that's efficient or effective about medicare. You have no clue what you're talking about.
Both medicare, and the way insurance now work, is simply to rape the young and healthy in order to provide for the old, lazy, and unhealthy. WTF is efficient about that? I guess it's efficient if you're 79 years old, weigh 370 pounds, and drink 17 beers a day. Then sure, you're getting a great deal. But for the 30 year old who maintains a healthy weight and doesn't abuse his body, it's a horrible deal.
I'm not paying more so that fat people can pay less. F that noise.
Rookie.....it will never work as long as there 40+% of the population who don't contribute into it. It won't work anyway, but with that many people not contributing, but who do use the services, it is doomed from the get go.
despite brainlez's elitist posturing...here's what's happened....
"The figures mean that the proportion of young adults is lagging behind what both government and outside health policy analysts have said will be required for the exchanges to remain stable. Analyses have concluded that, to prevent health plans' premiums from rising and some insurers from potentially dropping out, roughly two in five Americans in the plans should be young adults."
Humana has already indicated that the chances of the bailout provisions of Obamacare being triggered are pretty good.
It's your smugness that make your idiocy that much more hysterical brainlez.
If you think medicare is efficient, you really have a lot to learn.
Your problem is you think for profit companies can do no evil. Are they raising their rates because they need to meet the influx of new customers?
NO! BECAUSE THAT'S NOT HOW INSURANCE WORKS. A larger population means less risk, means rates go down. It's the simplest concept, I don't see how you're not getting it.
I think it's great you haven't had to use your health insurance in the past, but let me tell you the previous system was a SCAM. Pre existing condition? Denied coverage due to poor health? It was absurd. I would pay triple to avoid returning to that.
So you can cram it, puppet
[-1] June 22, 2016 at 11:50am
@foobard…. actuall just watched the documentary on Warren Jeffs….. a great example of religion being used to the benefit of a few at the cost of the many. A model that is organized in countless ways by virtually all political organizations, religious organizations and most special interest groups. I will always yield to the anonymous donor and volunteer who value the actual charity and work a great deal more than the attention and false sense of greater worth. Recommend you read something enlightening like Here and Now, Autobiography of a Yogi. etc. You are lost in the crowd and thus easily fooled and easily led.
 June 22, 2016 at 11:43am
Ok so as a GB fan you recognize the Alinsky tactic of attacking the individual to draw attention away from the actual question and issue. But of course when you perform this action that no doubt distracts the low information voter, how exactly do you think it is different then when it is used by someone on the left? No need to answer as we already know the answer, but go ahead and attack me as the commenter as that will no doubt satisfy the smallest of minds.
June 22, 2016 at 11:38am
Ok but where exactly does the mantra regarding personal responsibility come in here. And where exactly does the notion of contacting the police come into play. If the girl ran off to NY on her own and got caught up in drugs and who knows what, they and the parents who raised them bear the majority of the responsibility.
"And where exactly does the notion of contacting the police come into play"
Well if they wanted her beaten up, thrown in jail, and her permanent record made worse
They could have just left her there. And exactly how is it not taking personal responsibility when you take matters into your own hands to remedy a situation? Granted they could have exercised better judgement, but you can't say they weren't at least trying to be responsible.
She's 16. I say next time don't drive a billboard and carry concealed.
A brutal beating of a drug dealing pimp is of little concern. Just don't kill the guy.
 June 22, 2016 at 11:34am
Ok well that would be a leg, not an arm. But no need to actually do any real work here when the goal is a simple bait click.
You're an idiot. The police report even says 'arm'. Why the hell would that make a difference anyway?
And look - the picture's here:
Just ignore JRook, most of his posts are stupidity designed to be click bait and elicit a common sense response to an inanity. He makes himself look even more foolish when he doesn't do the work that he accuses others of not doing.
This just proves how dumb liberals are
JR is a moron and will always be a moron
He post dumb crap and agrees with nothing on here
He's the typical liberal that has zero to stand on so he tries to break down everything he doesn't agree with
What a wasted life
June 22, 2016 at 11:32am
“Everyone knows the evangelicals can be bought with promises of ‘pro-life judges’. This is the oldest trick in the book.” They are a special interest group and as such can be bought with any statements that seemingly support their position. Why… because that is what allows them to raise funds from the idiots who actually believe they exist to promote their religious beliefs. What they and all special interst groups exist for is to collect money from fools and pay ex-political officials and lobbyists absurd amounts of money to wine and dine congress. And they cycle goes on and on and on. And of course the sole purpose is to distract the american people from recognizing that federal spending is the largest transfer of wealth from the common man to large corporations and the wealthy in the history of the world. You really think we need destroyers that cost $2.75 billion in a world where the US has more naval war ships than the rest of the world combined. People start seeing things for what they are and stop listening to and wasting your money on frauds who promise you that things can be the way you want. Follow the money and recognize the “cover story” is 180 degrees from the truth.
June 22, 2016 at 11:25am
Agreed, so long as it is the real constitution and not the versions promoted by the various special interest groups which include the evangelical industry. And the constitution places individual liberty, freedom and self determination above any and all ideology and religious beliefs. And we know that because the founding fathers, 100% of them being Protestant, could have identified christianity as the national religion with little or no objection. The fact that they didn’t is very telling and should in and of itself be a good reason for the evangelical special interests to be ignored.
“How about we stop voting for judges who have agendas? Regardless if your pro-life or or not. How about we start nominating judges solely based off their duties of following the constitution. That is the job of the supreme court is it not? To uphold the constitution.” Well said and right on point. And american citizens need to remember that the anchors of the constitution are individual liberty, freedom and self determination. As you noted the evangelical industry has become nothing more than another special interest group that sucks money from people to line their own pockets in order to hang out in Washington and play golf and drink with congress….Oh and of course threaten their seats with lying campaign ads. So how exactly do evangelical and “god” based groups like the Susan B Anthony foundation rationalize lying…. Well they simply site the first amendment and point out that their is no requirement that the free speech not be a lie. You see that is where the founding fathers placed a good deal of worth on integrity and ethics. Two characteristics the transcend all ideologies and religions. And unfortunately have become virtually worthless by all special interest groups and their staffs at a level that is equal to the amount to which they claim to have them.
 June 22, 2016 at 11:13am
One need only read some of these comments to realize how many cowards there are who are paid by military contractors to promote another non-existent war. Just surround the territory they have now, place an embargo on all goods going in and out and sweat them. Make ISIS fight its way out. This is not our fight and the US would be much stronger if we invested in useful assets rather than 3 more destroyers we don’t need. Right now the US has more naval war ships than the rest of the world combined and we spend almost as much on the military as the rest of the world combined. But to listen to these paid cowardly hacks, our defense spending is inadequate. In WWII we bombed Dresden, killing countless civilians and knowingly killing some american prisoners. We did it because it was necessary to win the war. But the military industrial complex learned from Korea and Vietnam that a lot more money can be made from not actually trying to win. And it is as simple as that.
 June 22, 2016 at 11:06am
I couldn’t disagree more. The US should not act other than to coordinate a UN coalition that surrounds the territory held by ISIS and places an embargo on ALL goods going in and out. At the same time terminate any and all banking transactions within the confined area. Make them fight their way out. And for the innocent lives that might be lost. Well that is due to ISIS and will be no more than the lives that will be lost over a prolonged US involvement. It is time for the residents of these areas, regardless of their religion, to fight for their own freedom. As did the colonialists in america. All this has become is another “business” conflict that fuels the military industrial complexes of the world and allows young americans to die for NO REASON. And their is no honor is serving a failed policy and undefined mission.
[-1] June 22, 2016 at 10:56am
“Not only were the DNC and Clinton Foundation potentially breached” ok jon either they were breached or they weren’t and here’s a thought you should do some research before you post a headline that states they were. Do you really believe that cheap bait clicks are a form of journalism.
[-1] June 22, 2016 at 10:50am
Which is exactly the point. How accurate does one need to be if they are intentionally firing in a crowded night club for the purpose of killing as many people as possible. So the point is to provide guns that support hunting and self defense….not military style weapons with high capacity magazines designed to kill indiscriminately. And if you really think that the founding fathers would support the sale of military style weapons to individuals on terror watch lists then you should run for M. Bachmann’s office, because that district would elect a turnip…..well actually they did.
Of course the founding fathers would be fine with anyone purchasing / owning the latest & greatest military technology available at any price.
What they would NOT do is allow a terrorist to remain in the country.
The AR15 is a civilian weapon jackass.
You're a FN turnip.
The founding fathers would be pissed that the descendents of the Barbary pirates infiltrated the US govt with full compliance from democrats.
Let's ban facebook since terrorists are using it to communicate organize, and recruit. Because srely the founders couldn't have known about facebook.
1.The common civil weapon at the time was vastly superior to the issue musket.
2. They were in fact violent revolutionaries and traitors.
3. Their writings make it clear that the intended purpose of the Second Amendment was to ensure the people the ability to bring a government that got too full of itself to heel.
Then the inescapable conclusion is that, yes they would indeed support the sale of military style weapons to someone who was put on some secret list without due process. What they would not support was the creation of that secret and arbitrary list in the first place.