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  • [2] July 7, 2015 at 12:22pm

    EPA is sill government. What government numbers don’t require “creative math” to achieve?

  • [2] July 7, 2015 at 12:16pm

    They do it to get more people “registered”. Now they have her picture, fingerprints and probably DNA on file. Had she never registered the dog to begin with, the city would have never known she had it. It’s a lesson gun owners are likely to learn in the near future.

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  • [4] July 7, 2015 at 12:07pm

    These stories are to get clicks to get advertising not to inform. The only way it will change is if the victims are able to start suing for the character assassination or we stop paying attention to “news” organizations who do this.

  • July 3, 2015 at 1:53pm

    I doubt it’s relevant. I believe 2012 proved the majority of Americans want to try socialism. I don’t no why especially considering what it’s done for Europe but it seems to be the case.

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  • [7] July 3, 2015 at 11:04am

    Any climate scientist could tell you that if you want to keep getting treats from the government, you have to give them the desired result.

  • [53] July 3, 2015 at 9:46am

    Yes that’s true but it’s also the problem. Since republicans haven’t been defending the constitution, now doing so puts them in an awkward situation. Now defending the constitution means taking “goodies” away from nearly half the population. They become the bad guy because now they must take something the government had no authority to offer in the first place. The only unconstitutional federal program a politician could possibly shut down without severe political backlash would be the war on drugs. It’s also the one program republicans promise to ramp back up if they win. Democrats have two advantages: First they don’t have to convince their constituents of anything. Socialists look to their leaders to tell them what to think anyway. Second they want the constitution to be undermined. They want European socialism, so anything that makes the constitution hard to defend politically works to their advantage. The republicans have backed themselves into a corner.

  • [13] July 3, 2015 at 9:09am

    Now we know what straw men are going to be used to keep us distracted from real issues next election. All we’re gonna hear is republicans are mean and it’s time for a woman president. All while Rome burns down all around us. In other words, business as usual.

  • [37] July 3, 2015 at 8:43am

    What about welfare?

  • [3] July 2, 2015 at 5:24pm

    Here are the answers:
    A man
    A woman, without her man, is nothing.
    A woman
    A woman: without her, man is nothing.
    See the difference?

  • [6] July 2, 2015 at 4:23pm

    Ask a man and a women to correctly punctuate this sentence and you’ll see the difference:

    A woman without her man is nothing.

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  • July 2, 2015 at 1:16am

    Analog signals require more bandwidth than digital. They are probably gearing up to switch radio to digital (like what was done for TV) to make room for more channels.

  • July 2, 2015 at 12:40am

    “More importantly how society is harmed. We are harmed by government imposing its own false definitions on us. Society is harmed when those false definitions are allowed to destroy an institution such as marriage.”
    Where were you people when the government redefined “shall not be infringed”? Oh yeah, you were agreeing with the idea so the war on drugs(another unconstitutional jihad of the government given to us by the religious right) would be safer for the police to fight. Not to mention republicans always point to increased costs of unconstitutional social programs as how “they are hurt” by peoples behavior. Republicans always complain about democrats but democrats are usually only guilty of running with republican ideas.
    Hypocritical much?

  • [1] July 1, 2015 at 10:29pm

    “Employers will still have to employ someone for those 20 hours to make up for the employer that was essentially working those hours for free,” Perez said.

    This shows the static thinking of politicians. I’ve worked fast food and I’ll bet managers will just be expected to do more in less time or they’ll add more part time assistant managers to fill in. They’ll probably even attempt cutting their wages. All fast food managers I know were expected to put in 50 hours per week for the little bit extra they got in salary. A decreased workload could be used to justify cutting their pay. Point is because government has no real world business experience they have no clue how creative business can be at controlling costs and so are ill equipped to try and control business. How can you have business sense and be able to print money. The government always thinks regulation creates jobs. Fact is it only increases costs which can usually only be made up with lower wages or fewer jobs. Most people don’t understand that labor is the only place most businesses have any wiggle room anymore. All other costs are generally guaranteed, because of government regulation, to increase every year. The only business experience a politician might have is creating shell corporations to award government contracts to for the purpose of enriching themselves without risking their own wealth. If they had to start a small business under their own rules, not one could last a week.

  • July 1, 2015 at 7:13pm

    I have to warn the Blaze I’m considering a lawsuit over this poll. Since there was no option for “Never been on Facebook” I feel I’m being marginalized. The emotional scars from being felt left out has left me feeling that #Facebookfreelivesdontmatter. A cool million would help me feel better though. Just throwing that out there.

  • [1] July 1, 2015 at 7:02pm

    But Glenn what about when they took property rights (war on poverty) or personal rights (war on drugs) or privacy rights (war on terror) or even stole our unborn children (national debt) and sold our national sovereignty (“free” trade).
    This so called culture war is not the problem. The “culture war” is actually a symptom of the government losing control. It’s a tool used to distract us while they try to figure out how to emerge from the looming disaster they’ve created unscathed. Truth is in their lust for power they’ve created a beast they can neither control nor contain. Their only goal now is to escape both blame and repercussions from creating it. People forget that the government does have a place to hide in case of an apocalypse. They even built it with our money. It’s very comfortable and the only thing any of us who survive will have to look forward to is their tyranny if they survive.
    I think the loud noise republicans are making now is just to deflect from their part in destroying the country. Just like the democrats simply try to blame republicans for all our woes. Neither party has really stood up for the constitution in over a hundred years. It’s called a slippery slope not waterfall. Our decline didn’t start this week and the attack on our constitution didn’t start with gay rights.

  • [1] July 1, 2015 at 5:41pm

    “cops are someones family also.”
    So were the 547 people killed by cops so far this year. 31 were killed by Taser. 478 were shot and 119 of them were unarmed. Not all of them were guilty. Some of them were just doing their jobs and ended up in the wrong place at the wrong time. This compares to 63 officers who have died in the line of duty. Only 16 of those were gunfire which ties with traffic accidents and is followed by heart attack 11. Statistics would suggest cars are as dangerous as guns and that it’s actually more dangerous to be a civilian than a cop.
    The most dangerous people with guns are those who are fearful and paranoid. They will shoot at any sound and go see what made the noise later. When I was young I could get pulled over for speeding and not even be asked about the 3 rifles in the window rack. Now just having the window rack can get me pulled over and having a gun in it would get me a couple hours face down in the dirt (for the officers safety) while they got backup, searched my truck and verified the legality of the weapons. I do not think a police officers service is worth that cost. They’re not protecting me and it’s not their job to begin with. They exist to enforce the authority of the state and will put their own protection above anyone elses anyway. Like I said above they are 2 hours away from me. How much protection do you expect me to believe I get for that? No one deserves an open pass with other peoples (no matter how stupid) lives.

  • [2] July 1, 2015 at 5:10pm

    You can be happy my ancestors didn’t follow your advise with the British. You can’t fight tyranny while succumbing to it. By way of contrast, the Germans followed your advise in the thirties.

  • [1] July 1, 2015 at 4:14pm

    It’s only a bad idea with trigger happy cops around otherwise it is just silly.

  • [4] July 1, 2015 at 4:13pm

    Except when they mistakenly serve a no knock warrant on your house instead of the house on the warrant and shoot you when you reach for your gun to protect your family?

  • [4] July 1, 2015 at 4:11pm

    Typing “Cops shoot unarmed citizens” into a search engine nets 76,400 results. Your definition of no one is rather puzzling.

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