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  • November 23, 2014 at 12:46pm

    I think the police commissioner is making up a crisis to get more money and power. No law enforcement agency on earth has a 100% track record. Most agencies would be lucky to solve 10% of cases. If there is an uptick in attempts we should be hearing about all the successes. Luring some idiot from a chat room on the web into a meeting to buy bombs(or whatever) isn’t even close to preventing a 9/11 or Boston bombing. The loser on the web was probably a drug addict that never would have left the house without the prompting of the FBI.

  • [17] November 23, 2014 at 12:31pm

    The Clintons made a deal with Obama and are now getting something different than expected.
    Poetic justice is a beautiful thing.

  • [11] November 23, 2014 at 12:22pm

    Here the government would have condemned his old house and kicked him to the curb.

  • [2] November 23, 2014 at 11:59am

    The state of Washington is violating the constitution and the blaze calls it a victory.
    What part of “shall not be infringed” is so difficult to understand?

  • November 22, 2014 at 2:10pm

    Two words.
    Constitutional Republic.

  • [3] November 22, 2014 at 1:39am

    They didn’t make that music. Poor people have the right to that music.

    Really bites when the shoe’s on the other foot.

  • [58] November 20, 2014 at 1:46pm

    They shot and killed her, and realized later they had entered the wrong apartment.

    This is what bothers me most. How is it even remotely acceptable to raid the wrong house? I have no doubt that if I randomly broke down the door to someone’s house and killed every living thing inside I’d go to jail. I’d also deserve it and so does anyone else including cops that does it.
    The wrong house is the same as random house. There is such a thing as “unacceptable mistake”, people lose their freedom and or livelihood everyday for making them. Government employees should not be exempt from accountability.

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  • [17] November 20, 2014 at 1:09pm

    “Another Republican shutdown, but this time over collecting taxes from undocumented immigrants.”
    How many of these immigrants make enough money to pay taxes? I’m thinking Obamas going to say we owe them money because of the earned income credit. They’ll become citizens and a 10 thousand dollar check and no doubt democrat voter registration papers.
    It’s a scam.

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  • November 20, 2014 at 12:54pm

    Want a grateful world? End social programs. It’s the only way. People are never grateful for what they believe they’re entitled to.

    In reply to the contribution It's Time to Create a More Grateful World

  • [3] November 20, 2014 at 12:51pm

    They probably are outraged. Both of them. Coming here legally is as close to mission impossible as it gets. There aren’t enough legal immigrants for them to have a voice.

  • [1] November 20, 2014 at 12:47pm

    We have gone to great lengths in this country to make the elite exempt from accountability. We are now living the result of that stupidity.

  • [25] November 20, 2014 at 12:42pm

    Anyone who thinks a selectively enforced law is a good idea needs to read

    Any law will eventually be enforced the way it is written.
    The first time a law needs an exception should be the exact time it’s repealed.

  • [3] November 19, 2014 at 11:35pm

    On the bright side. We’ll know very soon if the republicans have grown a back bone.

  • [7] November 19, 2014 at 11:30pm

    Has the CBO scored the “carbon footprint” of the NSA ? Maybe the EPA can shut them down.

  • [2] November 19, 2014 at 11:24pm

    With “net neutrality” the government can literally censor your entire internet experience. Which is exactly what Chinas does with “net neutrality” .
    Net neutrality is nothing more than legislation that gives the government power to censor the net. It won’t ensure “neutrality” any more than voting for Obama ensured transparency.
    Any government with that power will use it like the Chinese. If the free market destroys the internet as a valuable product then so be it. At least I have the choice of shopping different providers or just disconnecting completely. With the government running it, it’s guaranteed to become an unusable product, there won’t be any choices and the government will mandate everyone buy it because the business will be “to big to fail”.
    If it’s broke the government can’t fix it and if they try it will be unfixable when they’re done.

  • [2] November 18, 2014 at 4:48pm

    It’s unconstitutional for the federal government to do it. States can do whatever the voters tolerate short of violating constitutional rights. Some counties in America ban alcohol, they’re known as dry counties and yes moonshining is still big business in those counties. The constitution was meant to keep the central government limited so it could be kept accountable. State governments were the responsibility of the states citizens. If the people of Mass. don’t like the government they have it is their fault.
    Freedom isn’t really meant for those who expect others to do for them. This exposes the brilliance of our founding. With the states acting as test beds for legislation it gives the rest of us the opportunity to learn from others mistakes.
    Massachusetts is simply showing the rest of the country what big government does for it’s citizens. Instead of worrying about their business the rest of us should just take note of the result to the ballot box. To keep their local governments under control.
    Everyone should vote against expanding the powers of the federal government. The ACA proves using the entire nation as a test bed is a bad idea. Of coarse the founders already knew that.

  • [2] November 18, 2014 at 3:50pm

    There seems to be an insinuation that war solves foreign problems.
    Is North Korea a solved problem or do we still have to use resources to keep them at bay?
    How about Vietnam, did we solve that problem or make it worse? We’ve been at war with Iraq twice, what problem did we solve?
    That last war to solve anything was WW2. It was not fought to win hearts and minds. It was fought to destroy the spirit of the enemy and anyone foolish enough to support the enemy. Wars are not fought like this anymore.
    Republicans would simply give us another Korea, Vietnam or Iraq. I think Buck is ignoring the forest for the trees. America lacks the tools to do as Buck suggests. Our politicians are not up to the task. They simply can’t do it. Why enter a drag race against a Corvette when all you have is a Yugo?

    War today is like the VA, the ACA, SS, the war on poverty, the war on drugs, and every things else the government’s involved in. It’s proof that if there is a problem the government can only make it worse.

    This is the problem with partisans: believing that only half ( the other half ) of the government is corrupt, evil, and incompetent.

    In reply to the contribution It's Time to Lay Waste to the Islamic State

  • [5] November 18, 2014 at 2:53pm

    How do we know AT&T isn’t just saying this to boost holiday sales?
    Is it really outrageous to think a company would lie to get customers? Politicians lie to get votes. With the “ends justify the means” mentality in America, how can anyone be considered credible?

  • [2] November 17, 2014 at 9:10pm

    Ah, Harry’s throwing temper tantrum like a 5 year old. I’ll bet he has a diaper too.

  • [2] November 17, 2014 at 7:14pm

    I have no issue with the aluminum. The underpowered gas hog V-6′s are the problem with new trucks not to mention the 40K price tag. I’ve had 2 full size trucks with V-6′s and there will never be a third. Also I have little use for such a light truck anyway. If it’s not a 1 ton it may as well be a Prius. New half tons are little more than cars with truck bodies mounted on them.

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