lol way to take that whole thing completely out of context. Clearly you didn’t listen to what he said but read something somewhere that either didn’t quote what he said or posted it without full context because he has never said that. He has said many times that no one would ever have guessed that Israel would come into existence so so after such a devastating holocaust of the Jewish population, and how knowledge of what the Nazis did helped world opinion, but this was actually in the works and started in the 30s with the creation of both a Palestinian and Jewish state (for the record, the palestinians rejected it, and yet they blame Israel for all their woes)
October 8, 2015 at 9:20pm
so monk if they get 4-7 times what it is worth it is ok? While that seldom actually happens with eminent domain, it happens to those who hold out a bit between the initial attempt and before eminent domain is declared, it is ok to forcibly relocate someone because they were well paid for it? That is completely against the principles this country was founded on, but Donald Trump sees no issue with it at all. Even if they got 100 times what it was worth, forcing them out to build a parking garage for limos or to build a new hotel or office building is completely against everything we supposedly stand for. He relishes in it and thinks the person should be happy to get so much money. Money doesn’t mean to everyone what it means to him. He has no concept of personal attachments to life that don’t involve “being rich”
 October 8, 2015 at 9:13pm
Yes he did but ‘only’ in certain circumstances and only ‘when’ the person is paid 4 to 10 times what the property is worth. And even if it is 100 times what it is worth, if they don’t want to move they shouldn’t have to.
Not true> He said “usually” get that, and in fact, they seldom actually get that. those before the eminent domain takeover tend to get that as prices push up, but the last holdouts tend to get original property value.
What did he do recently? How about kicking grandma out of her house so he could build a parking garage for limos next to one of his hotels in Atlantic City. A large chunk of his properties have been purchased at lower than true value prices due to eminent domain and why he is such a large fan of it. He is a crony capitalist that believes in greasing the palm of the politicians so they will in turn cut him deals like many of his eminent domain purchases.
But then, you haven’t listened to me on anything else, so I am sure this will be ignored as well.
 October 8, 2015 at 5:02pm
IF McCarthy and Boehner both want him he isn’t good for the country. I was shocked when Gomert commented on supporting him yesterday. Why do we need a Boehnerite to run? Just run with those that said they were running and choose between the 2 announced. No reason to hold off everything, and in fact it is just wrong to hold until you get “your replacement hand picked candidate” that is just more status quo
Murderous rampages don’t usually happen at the Qwik-E-Mart. Not to mention they typically aren’t gun-free zones. Anyone but a liberal elitist could see that the situations are completely different.
 October 7, 2015 at 5:38pm
“the Federal Reserve is a “very transparent institution in Washington”
In the same way the Obama regime is the most transparent in history, right?
 October 7, 2015 at 5:36pm
That second photo doesn’t look like a woman, it looks like a younger Dave Foley with bleached hair.
 October 7, 2015 at 4:19pm
If they would just give Cruz some time to actually talk in one of the debates, he would eviscerate any topic just like he did the pride of the Sierra Club.
 October 7, 2015 at 3:54pm
she also runs a sanctuary city. She doesn’t seem to care about the law much either.
 October 7, 2015 at 3:46pm
I agree. I was very surprised that they went to all the trouble to gather the rating data and didn’t include conservative review
 October 7, 2015 at 1:43pm
Why does prayer of any kind not belong in the public sphere? I am not religious, but I understand this country was founded on the belief in God. The founding fathers were quite religious, All oaths use the bible to swear upon and you swear to god. All sessions of congress are opened with a prayer, etc. etc.
Prayer has been a foundation of this country from the very beginning. This is why people who keep complaining about the separation of church and state are so absurdly wrong. It took another activist supreme court decision to even begin to start pulling any reference to faith out of the public domain and prayer out of schools.
You say that now marnin but once you are sitting through muslim and satantic prayers at these stupid meetings you'll realize the error of your ways. They truly do not have a place, we are not a theocracy.
 October 7, 2015 at 1:38pm
The supreme court also says that ObamaCare and Gay marriage is constitutional. Not a particularly credible source of discussion anymore
 October 7, 2015 at 1:33pm
Not a stupid question, they actually had an article here about an atheist prayer a month or two ago. It was used to deride and make a fool of anyone with religious beliefs and talked about how stupid and silly they were while praying to half the make believe figures you have ever heard of.
The whole thing was a sad commentary on an elitist who just can’t let people live their lives and felt the need to feel superior by mocking anyone who believed in a higher power.
This is what I was wondering. Are they refusing him because his speaches are athiest? Or because he is rude/trolling? I'd think most true athiests wouldn't care about the invocation too much. It's the anti-thiests/value-bankrupt persons who I'd think would be having a hissy fit.
 October 6, 2015 at 4:44pm
Like Obama would know what game they are playing. He is still trying to understand the rules to Chutes and Ladders.
Perhaps not...but somebody like Dr. Carson certainly has a marvelous knack for exposing their hypocrisy...and if even only one viewer recognizes it or even begins to question the progressive garbage shoveled into them, a battle is won.
 October 6, 2015 at 4:28pm
I can see changing the name, because it hasn’t been a family oriented network for years. It seems to play to teenage hormones more than anything else.
That said, FreeForm is a name that sounds idiotic and don’t see how that is a branding solution.
I listened to him on Fox News Sunday and got the same feeling. A bunch of politically correct non-answers. If he isn’t willing to stand for and state what he believes or has no core beliefs, then he is a part of the problem, not a part of the solution.