And yet, the 'Christians' also attacked the Jews, even more viciously and cruelly than the muslims!
The reality is that the Crusades were started to 'retake' the Holy Land so that Christians (of a Western form - meaning what we would now call Roman Catholics) could make their pilgrimages to Jerusalem and Bethlehem to view Jesus' birthplace and crucifixion. This was done due to the Ottomans (or proto-Ottomans) deciding to charge Christians a high price for 'visas' to enter the lands formerly known as Judea and Galilee. There are also some other political/economic reasons, but it also is well known that the western churches were far more antagonistic towards Islam than was Eastern (today those which are called 'Orthodox) Christianity. Not too surprisingly, Eastern Christians were just as suspicious towards Western Christians (especially after one of the Crusades pillaged Constantinople instead of going to the Holy Lands to do their pillaging!).
 February 1, 2015 at 2:42am
We have our children vaccinated, but not until they are over one year old and not more than one every six weeks. Our Dr. also gets vaccines with short shelf lives, the least amount of preservatives and no themerisal (sp?). That’s our choice. The government can go screw itself. If someone doesn’t want to have their children vaccinated, that’s their choice. The nazi moms can go screw themselves. Additionally, a child can always get vaccinated when they get older. It’s not like they can only get it as little kids. Then, that becomes their choice.
 February 1, 2015 at 2:24am
@Kinamura. “I feel that any parent that knowingly puts their child in a position that could result in death is guilty of child abuse.”
You must not have children. If you do, you must not take your child in a car. That could result in death, even with restraints. You must not go out in public, any virus can cause complications resulting in death. You must not let anyone touch your children, breath on your children or feed your children. You must not cross the street with your children. You must not use an elevator with your children. Darn near everything in this world can result in death. Most, have a greater chance of resulting in death than not vaccinating a child. Most have a greater chance of your child resulting in death than someone else’s child not getting vaccinated. You let your emotions make your decisions and that leads to all kinds of evil.
 February 1, 2015 at 1:53am
Don’t go to his house, and there won’t be a problem.
 February 1, 2015 at 1:50am
Being muslim is a religion; not a race. Hard to be a racist against a non-race.
There is ALWAYS more to the story. All media can do is report what they can find, because it could take dozens of hours to get the whole story.
Stick with the mainstream media if you like, but they don't tell the whole story either
 February 1, 2015 at 1:34am
 February 1, 2015 at 1:32am
Yah, it was a different time back then. Tomorrow will be a different time than today. That means nothing. It’s not a good reason for government to run everyone’s life.
January 2, 2015 at 12:28am
So, it was overturned because the song may appeal to the racist jury, but isn’t it a jury of his peers? In other words, wasn’t the jury likely majority black? So, is he saying that the black people were racist against the black defendant? I wonder if they thought that through.
15 years is a long time to suffer without your daughter. Nothing can ever make that OK.
 December 27, 2014 at 10:39am
It is just like Ferguson. A person tried to kill someone and ended up dead. That’s what is suppose to happen.
December 5, 2014 at 11:16pm
The story says the cop told him not to take his hands out of his pocket, but what was he saying? Was he saying, “I’m going to kill you, pig!” Was he saying, “I need to take my heart pills!” It says he repeatedly told him to keep his hand in his pocket, so it wasn’t a split second kind of deal. What did the guy say? If I’m the cop, I’m going to take that into consideration, I think. Maybe the guy didn’t say anything, though. I will say, if I’m in a face off with a cop, I’m not going to be putting my hands in my pocket. I keep my hands on the top of the steering wheel if / when I get pulled over with my license and registration face up so they can see what I have.
 December 5, 2014 at 10:39pm
If it neither picks my pocket or breaks my bone, why should I care? It’s her life. I would hope that if I ever chose to end my life, the state would not think they have the right to stop me.
If a person does not publicize their intentions to end their life, their would be no way the state would have any idea of that persons plans to do such. if you publicize your plans you are pretty much daring the state to stop you.
Well there is thing called suicide. So...the only reason this is an issue. Is the State and procedures she went through. If anything, the procedure added pain. Based on your comment. Because to advertise and not go through the State procedures. Then she could be in trouble.
 December 5, 2014 at 10:31pm
She probably doesn’t have the strength to shoot very, very powerful guns. That’s why she isn’t shooting a 50 cal.
 December 3, 2014 at 4:08pm
“If you can talk…you can breathe”, that’s bull. You can talk all the way until you pass out. I have had asthma attacks where I could talk and could not breathe. Without my medicine, I would have died. He had asthma, according to the article, and he couldn’t breathe and no one cared enough to give him his medicine, so he died. One shot of epinephrine would likely have saved his life, and this would be a non issue.
 December 3, 2014 at 3:52pm
This is what people should be protesting about. The guy in MO was a thug. Trayvon, or whatever his name is, was a thug. This guy may have committed a crime, but the cops did as well, and they should be held accountable. Black people are never going to be taken seriously when they stand up for the thugs, but don’t say a word on legitimate cases of criminal activity by cops.
December 3, 2014 at 3:45pm
I don’t see anything wrong with what the cop did. He asked, the guy answered, and they both went on their way. He didn’t ask for ID, he didn’t frisk him, or cuff him, or invade his privacy in any way. Any citizen could have walked up and asked what the guy was doing, and he could have responded the same without consequence, just as he did with the cop. While I get the store owner is a bit paranoid from being robbed, he should probably get a gun and learn to use it, rather than thinking the cops are his own personal protection from any suspicious looking person. Even if the guy walked by 100 times, he wasn’t breaking any laws.
[-2] December 2, 2014 at 3:55pm
So, you’re saying that because one event happened 35 years ago, it means this event is the same? Do you call the cops every time someone walks by now?
 December 2, 2014 at 2:38pm
If that’s truly how your daughter and your friends view the law, then you have failed to raise your daughter to respect the Constitution and nature’s laws, and you and your friends are void of good character and values. Your daughter and your friends are just as much criminals as the thugs that murder and steal.
 December 2, 2014 at 2:01pm
My humanity would rather people be alive than have the driver live with guilt.