Hard core conservative here. Don’t really care about their politics. I don’t expect every company to think like I do. Heck, even the Fortune 50 company I work for has a lot of “degenerate” policies but most of my fellow employees are good and decent people. Personally I find Starbucks “baristas” friendly and at least one that I met was a Christian. I love their Americanos and go there a few times a week. Develop relationships, witness for Jesus Christ – ultimately that’s all that is important.
Thank you. A lot of people here need to grow up. Spend your Christmas drinking your Starbuck's, or Peet's, or Dunkin' Donuts (all, by the way, run by very liberal people), and use the time wisely....tell someone Jesus loves them.
[-2] October 27, 2015 at 8:28am
As a conservative Republican I would say “at this point what difference does it make?” Seriously. There is 0% chance that this debt will get paid off. I think the Republicans should freely spend on whatever they want just like the Democrats do.
You clearly don't understand how national debt works. The debt is not supposed to be "paid off" - the debt represents outstanding treasury bonds. It's not a credit card bill. In fact, it would be bad for the economy if we paid off all of our treasury bonds, as treasury bonds are considered a safe haven investment for investors (as the market views the US government as highly unlikely to default on its obligations).
That is the thinking of Alexander Hamilton for you. He wasn't even an American citizen, he was a Brit born in the Caribbean. He had no stake in the American Revolution other than being a trusted aide of Washington and a very good tactician.
He is the one that wanted to appoint Washington as King of America and gave us the quote from Washington, "I will not throw off the shackles of one tyrant to simply become another."
Hamilton also believe that National Debt was a good thing and essential to building National Credit with foreign governments, of making the economy stable. He even admitted that corruption would follow and that in limited amounts it was also good for the economy. Hamilton pushed and pushed for decades to get the National Bank up and running and Congress rightly fought him at ever step, even the SCOTUS initially struck it down as unconstitutional. Upon seeing the monetary confuse, however, of 15 separate currencies and exchange rates, Congress again acted and allowed for the minting of a standard US currency. The charter expired after 21 years, was rechartered 5 years later, and expired 21 years after that again. The National Bank Act of 1863 solidified a national bank and national debt into the USA forever.
All thanks to Hamilton and his crony business interests in NY and oversees but even Hamilton would be tearing his hair out at the IDIOTIC notion of debt and spending we have now. NO nation can survive 50% GDP debt or higher for long
My problem with that argument is that you're saying that a nation with national debt doesn't work, despite the fact that the United States has been functioning pretty well since 1863. If we take that date as the "start date" of US national debt, then we have gone approximately 90 years with no debt, and approximately 150 year with debt. You're argument against the existence of national debt ignores that the country, which I'm sure you love so much, has existed this way longer than it hasn't. By arguing against national debt, you're actually arguing something that, at this point, is essentially unamerican, as the majority of American history (including 1945-present, which has been the most prosperous era of America history) is a history that includes national debt.
Also I don't agree with your contention that gross national debt cannot exceed 50% of GDP. For example, Japan's debt has exceeded 50% since at least 1962:
That's over 50 years, and they're surviving. Our national debt exceeded 90% at times during WWII, and we survived. I just don't think there is a basis to believe that our debt to GDP ratio (currently around 70% depending on whose stats you look at) is that dangerous
VRW, Martin Van Buren was the first American president.
 October 2, 2015 at 6:13pm
She was definitely drugged up. I sincerely feel bad for her… She was someone’s child and was loved but got mixed up with the wrong crowd. Protect your kids.
Got mixed up with the wrong crowd? That sounds like she was thrown in a crowd of people and couldn't get out...in other words, it was all beyond her control. SHE MADE CHOICES!
 September 26, 2015 at 3:19pm
I’m waiting for Harvey Milquetoast. That’s who needs to run for the Republicans – someone that won’t offend Glen and FOX. Someone like Obama is great for the Democrats but the Republicans need an inoffensive moderate.
Right ! Mr Milquetoast would be just he "humble", self depreciating, gentle, candidate that some morons think we need.
No one that assumes themselves worthy of running for President is "humble".
And we surely don't need any more apologizing, bowing, boot licking lackeys either.
and we don't need anyone who will stand there silent while lies are told about them. The democRATS are famous for their smear campaigns that seldom have anything at all with a persons ability to govern.
So far, they've only been able to come up with the fairy tale that a speaker must apologoze for comments made by others. And the complicit media that did such a goooooood job vetting Obama is right in there. What bullshot ! !
 September 8, 2015 at 8:18pm
Johnbarlycorn, that’s a different story that is not related to this one. There are a lot of stories about the police right now – some good, some bad.
 September 6, 2015 at 9:10pm
How many times did you read about Christians in the New Testament complaining about their government? Never. It’s not a Christians responsibility to legislate morality – that’s not how it works. Governments are secular so their tendency is to govern without guidance from God. Our job as Christians is to share the Word of God. We don’t convince people – we plant seeds and water them but God makes them grow. Laws don’t save – God does by His grace. We can vote as we see fit and we can advise that certain actions are sinful but it’s not our job to demand that the government adhere to morality. Think of Jonah. We live Ninevah and we are to preach against it.
 September 6, 2015 at 1:23pm
And yet the projects are full of them…
 August 29, 2015 at 12:13pm
That’s 3 more than you man Biden LOL.
 August 27, 2015 at 4:38pm
This country has 9,999,999 things wrong with it and if you sorted that list by importance Trump is 9,999,998. Let’s focus on real problems – one of which is political correctness. We don’t have time to play tiddlywinks with Liberals anymore. Forget playing nice – Obama sure has. We need someone that will turn this country around and put these schmucks in their place.
 August 18, 2015 at 7:56pm
I remember them saying lightning did the same thing – and that was 40 years ago.
Yep, I remember that. There's so many ways they're able to prove could have caused it under carefully controlled and intelligently designed conditions that we must be an accident.
 August 14, 2015 at 7:14pm
Just curious zorro, how old are you?
 August 10, 2015 at 8:37pm
We need a candidate that can attract gays, women, illegal immigrants, progressives, liberals, socialists, conservatives, religious, genX, white, black, Asian, and Latinos. Someone that won’t offend anyone and finds the middle ground on every controversial issue. Someone that tells us what we want to hear when we need to hear it. Someone that will restore peace but deal harshly with those that would cross us. So, Mr. Walsh, who are the Republican candidates that won’t offend anyone?
 August 7, 2015 at 11:02pm
Very disappointed with Fox, and Blaze for that matter. Haven’t we had enough of the RINOs? If we are ever going to reverse the three ring circus called Obama we need a no BS President and right now Trump seems to be the only one that pulls no punches. Forget the political correctness. The U.S. is in a state of emergency. We don’t have another 4 years to figure this out. We are on the WRONG track. We can’t afford any more mammy pamby crap.
You are right my brother/sister. If we don’t engage the commies in a fight for survival now, in another 4 years, half of the population will be dead. And it won’t be dead white guys and gals either.
 August 4, 2015 at 8:27pm
 July 30, 2015 at 11:01pm
Gimme a 16 oz Coke and a big ol’ bag a Cheetos and I’m in my happy place. I run 5 miles a day so I can afford to do it once in awhile.
 July 26, 2015 at 8:14am
LOL. No, you wouldn’t. Imagine a male African Lion or a Grizzly bear patrolling the area and double the danger. You are nothing more than a rag doll to a 15 foot Great White. Trying to fight one off would be suicide. There was NOTHING she could do other than to call for help.
 July 17, 2015 at 3:46pm
I think he/she/it is confused. The ambulance takes people to the hospital, not home.
 July 10, 2015 at 4:44pm
The person that wrote this letter should be terminated immediately for being inept (srs). What in Sam heck was this person thinking as they composed the note? This sounds like North Korea mentality to me. I woulD be absolutely livid if I had received this letter!
 June 30, 2015 at 7:48am
Careful, you are teetering on parasitism. You’ll have the Libs knocking at your door if you aren’t careful.
From "Food Safety News":
The House of Representatives has voted to repeal country-of-origin labeling (COOL) for beef, pork, and chicken. Texas Republican Rep. Michael Conaway’s amendment passed late Wednesday night by a 300-131 vote.
“Critics of H.R. 2393 will say we have more time, but in truth, we don’t,” said Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-WA). “This final ruling is the fourth time WTO has ruled against the U.S. for various versions of COOL and, on this final appeal, WTO has given both Canada and Mexico the authority to impose more than $3 billion in combined retaliatory tariffs against the U.S. within 60 days of the ruling.”
But consumers want COOL, said several members opposed to the repeal, including Rep. Jim McGovern (D-MA). After referencing a survey conducted by the Consumer Federation of America finding that 90 percent of Americans favored requiring a label with the country of origin on meat, he said that the response to the last WTO ruling was, “We don’t really care what the American people want. We’re just going to cave.”
Please tell me what this has to do with Liberals? It's all about the corporations.
June 28, 2015 at 11:18am
I’m with ya. The Latinos I’ve met seem industrious and friendly. I wish they would understand our history more and realize that the reason our nation was so great, and the reason they want to be here, is because of Godly principles and hard work – not godlessness and handouts.