Chootem; (maybe you missed the part where I said I don’t like Trump?) Trump’s a businessman. He sticks his finger to the wind and sees which way it’s blowing. So what if he was a Democrat before he was a Republican. So was Ronald Reagan. Heck, so was I back in the 90s before I grew up and opened my eyes to the truth. The point is some of us evolve. There’s nothing wrong with Glenn evolving in his viewpoints but when he’s willing to take the country down with him all over a hissy fit? Because that’s all this is, a hissy fit. His guy, my second choice too for the record (my first was Rand Paul), Ted Cruz lost fair and square to Donald Trump. It’s a bitter pill to swallow but swallow it we must if we want to keep the Supreme Court tipped in our favor and out of the liberals hands. There’s a bigger picture here folks… grow up.
 August 18, 2016 at 4:52pm
“…so distrust and hate the system that they will buy anything…”
HELLO! Glenn? You’ve been doing this for years! Buy gold. Buy food. Buy your books. Subscribe to your TV network. Don’t trust the Democrats… oh wait, it’s not Democrats anymore, it’s the commies. Oh wait, it’s not the commies, it’s the progressives. Nope, strike that. We must love each other again.
It’s like you’re reinventing yourself every two years man. You going all “we need to unite the party” crap before Cruz was defeated and then changing your tone to “screw Trump” and going #NeverTrump after Teddy lost ended it for me. I don’t like Trump either but come on man. Put your pride aside and help unite the country.
If you can’t… well, then I can’t support you either. Down vote me if you must.
You mean like Trump the Dump reinvented himself right?? Was a Democrap , now a Republican in name only.
Glenn is just following his "scriptures" He's bought into the LDS end of days prophecy. It's scary and sad to see how religious cults destroy their followers.
 August 18, 2016 at 4:45pm
Beck’s empire is swirling in the drink. (this from a long time fan of Becks from his Fox days) I have stopped coming here every day and stop in once a week now if they’re lucky. TheBlaze ‘used’ to be one of the highest visited sites in the US for unique visits every day… but now it’s just another site lost in an endless sea.
 August 11, 2016 at 11:40am
That makes zero sense malthus. As DanTheDog pointed out above, it’s about slippery slopes. We started down this slope with gay marriage. Next will come polygamy, beastiality, incest, etc, etc. The door has been opened. We can’t shut it no matter how hard we try.
August 11, 2016 at 11:33am
Ah see now we are getting into the age old debate of why the government should just “get the hell out of marriage” all together. Turn it over to a contractual obligation between two people.
[-1] August 11, 2016 at 11:30am
mensa141; then I guess I’m a bigot. I’ll wear it with pride. That’s not the worst name I’ve ever been called.
 August 11, 2016 at 10:47am
Well… this is the door that was opened folks. It can’t be shut now. Just saying.
wrong, its a pendulum, swings back and forth and leaves a bloody trail in its wake.
This door has been reopened considering all of these now considered deviant acts we part of the cultures chronicled in the Bible.
Mary was most likely between the ages of 9-13 at the time of Jesus' birth. In those days as soon as girl had gone through puberty it was time for her to be sold by her father to another man's son. She was sold just like cattle or vegetables.
The fact that the vast majority of Christians are clueless as to what is actually in their Bible is all you need to know about religion and its negative impact on the world since they were first invented by men.
 August 11, 2016 at 10:47am
As a person who leans libertarian (but still considers myself a constitutional conservative) I have to agree with you. I strongly disagree with their actions and condemn it. I think it’s harmful for the family unit, personally. BUT… live and let live. It’s not my place to tell them how to live in a free and open society.
You need to learn to like their actions or you become a bigot.
mensa141; then I guess I'm a bigot. I'll wear it with pride. That's not the worst name I've ever been called.
That mensa141, is it. Either embrace the perversion or suffer the consequences.
History has proven over and over that this "live and let live" philosophy doesn't work. Civilized societies have either been destroyed or fail to thrive because of uncivilized ideologies. It is your place to stand up against this debauchery, if you care at all what kind of world we will be leaving our children and their children etc...
I totally get where you're coming from, but it boils down to lack of morals and ethics. Throw those out and where would we be? ie If my friend said he/she didn't want to live anymore and hands me a gun, begging me to take his life and I pulled the trigger, I would still be arrested for murder. Even though I have "not harmed others", (after all he was begging me to do it) I would still be convicted. Chances are (99.9%), my friend wasn't thinking correctly with a clear mind....and even if he was...."thou shalt not kill". Again, morals and ethics, which have quickly gone, and are even more quickly going down the drain! Frightening....
What consequences do you refer? Possibly from invisible sky daddy? The same one who through 'his' will lets children get cancer, molested by priests and starve to death? The same one who ignored the prayers of millions of Jews in World War II? The same one that told at least 6 Republican candidates that he personally wanted them to run? Perhaps 'he' is senile or bipolar as 'he' tells a great many people very different things...
@Jackson1015 - Actually, "sky daddy's" will has always been consistent. Your puerile arguments are naught but the ramblings of a below average, militant atheist intelligence.
Nonsense! Invisible sky daddy was vengeful and psychotic in the Old Testament and slightly less vengeful in the New Testament...what is consistant in religion is the pious idiots who try to control everyone else with guilt and promises of eternity endlessly worshiping the invisible sky daddy... It's no surprise you nuts have fallen for the tangerine buffoon's con, you'll buy any half baked scheme.
Jackoff1015 - History is full of the need to control those that have no control over themselves. And history is full of idiots that wouldn't know the truth if it missed their necks and bit them squarely on the @$$.
I stand behind my original assessment... "Your puerile arguments are naught but the ramblings of a below average, militant atheist intelligence."
And my opinion of you stands...you will buy anything any con-man tells you, lap up anything Matt Walsh writes, without questioning their motives or checking a single fraudulent fact. A witless worm doing the bidding of his master...
@Jackoff1015 - You have obviously never looked at my posts. But then, that would require actual effort and fact checking, both of which appear to be completely foreign to you.
"Your puerile arguments are naught but the ramblings of a below average, militant atheist intelligence." ~ Half-Truths_are_Lies
My goodness you are an angry little child of the invisible sky daddy. I thought you were supposed to have a "peace that passes understanding"? Maybe Satan has got a hold of you? I hope invisible sky daddy will make him stop soon...or that you finally accept responsibility for your own actions. If you would stop peeking through keyholes and blindly following these silly rightist con men, you'd be more rational and level headed. Have a nice day, Half!
@Jackoff1015 - Yawn...
“Your puerile arguments are naught but the ramblings of a below average, militant atheist intelligence.” ~ Half-Truths_are_Lies
 August 5, 2016 at 8:36pm
I’m building a rocket in my garage and moving to Mars… this just takes the cake.
tiredofbeingtired; sticks and stones… I hang out on the liberal news sites and openly debate with them. (not troll them – actually get into debates with them – just for fun) You honestly think calling me “stupid” even phases me? I’ve had 80 year old liberal grandmother’s hurl worse insults at me cupcake. Try again.
August 4, 2016 at 9:34pm
Hey Simpleton political winds move in ebbs and flows. One party will not always retain majority rule forever and each party goes through transformations. (for good or bad) Am I, personally, in a shrinking minority? No, not really. I’m just an average guy trying to live my life. I am part of the middle class of America. And “we” are still the (mostly silent) majority whether you want to admit it or not.
It’s going to take a lot more than a bunch of blowhards online arguing on social media and on news sites to decide this election. Just wait and see…
[-3] August 4, 2016 at 9:20pm
Yep. Been here since the place first opened. I see you two (CoyoteMoon and wigone) have been here just about the same amount of time as me. I completely disagree with the direction of the site lately (and Glenn’s personal views after Ted lost). I post here all the time. I don’t troll here. I’m all for open and honest discussion.
Truth hurts folks. Trump is the nominee. Glenn, and company (Mercury Radio, TheBlaze, etc), is driving a wedge between us when we should be uniting against a common foe; Hillary Clinton.
And CoyoteMoon calls us “trolls”. OK then… suit yourself Coyote.
August 4, 2016 at 7:53pm
Mike Opelka; look, it may be the case on this story. But many of us long time readers/posters here on TheBlaze see what direction the site has been taking the last year or so. We’re not stupid. Hit piece after hit piece against Trump after Cruz lost the nomination is all we see around here now. It’s as if TheBlaze has become a cheerleader not exactly for Hillary, but for chaos within the GOP. You folks preach of unity but you are doing your fair share of dividing here. Just saying…
Where do you come up with that?!? It's Trumps job to attract people. The fact that so many in "his" party are being called out by him when he should be trying to earn their vote and put his efforts toward running AGAINST Hilary. Instead he is courting the socialist and completely ticking off the conservatives like me. I can't trust this guy to run a dog pound how in the heck can I put him in a position to help fill any vacancies on the court. He IS a liberal who supports nationalized health care and is against free trade. Please God help these people who can't see beyond their aggravation. A GOP trouncing in this election will wind up being the best thing to ever happened to the conservative movement. Their is someone with the principals and charisma of Reagan out there waiting to sweep in and save the day in 2020!!!
#NeverTrump is a product. The source? The horses mouth.
[-1] August 4, 2016 at 5:36pm
Trenton; people like you don’t seem to understand nor get it. We DO NOT HAVE 4 YEARS! With one Supreme Court Justice seat open and three more potentially coming open in the next 2-6 years this election… 2016, NOT 2020 …is THE election man that matters the most!
Get it through your heads people! If Hillary gets in the White House this year the conservative agenda is done. It’s finished for the next generation if not longer!
August 4, 2016 at 4:15pm
MindTheGOP; there is no proof. Only speculation here. You could simply chalk this up to a bad memory in writing the book. Hell I don’t remember all the exact dates of my past employment anymore so I generalize when people ask me. (I say, “oh I worked here from ’96-’98 and over there from ’98-’01)
Besides, there is such a thing as a temporary work visa here in the US moron. She could have easily gotten a P-1 work visa (for artist and models). This visa is a temporary card that only lasts as long as your stay or for up to one year. So she could have gotten it for 1 week or 1 month. Who knows.
The point is; just because she was here doesn’t mean she was here illegally. Without proof we don’t know.
 August 4, 2016 at 4:05pm
Yeah it’s funny OklahomaCowboy how people like MindTheGOP seem to forget Trump was a PRIVATE citizen back then and wasn’t part of the government. He didn’t have a say in things like the Iraq war and even though he made one off hand remark about it on Sterns daily show all the sudden it matters. Meanwhile, Clinton VOTED for the Iraq war. She VOTED to send people into battle. It was because of her direct actions that people are dead…
The rational of some people are beyond comprehension. Hell, I banged the war drums back after 9/11 because I was pissed off. But I wasn’t in charge. I didn’t have a vote. And I’m not vying for commander in chief today. That’s the difference.
Go back under your rock Mind…
 August 4, 2016 at 3:23pm
Ya know, we used to crack the occasional joke around here that TheBlaze was becoming more like HuffPo every day but I’ve since changed my mind. I think it’s becoming more like the National Enquirer.
It's been slow coming on, but when you hire the CEO of The Huffington Post to run your website, there should be no surprise when the mask comes off and you realize your once proud website is nothing special anymore. Ever wonder why the #2 country that visits here is China? Why has The Blaze declined by 416 positions in the rankings just in the last 3 months?
At some point, Glenn MIGHT wake up and realize he is being slowly bled dry by the progs surrounding him.
The nation enquirer is the F-ing library of congress compared to the Blaze and Beck.
 August 4, 2016 at 3:19pm
He said “yeah I guess so” one time as an after thought to Howard Stern in a single interview. It’s the only instance anyone has been able to find where he supported the war in Iraq. After the invasion in 2003 he was opposed to it. Get your facts straight MindTheGOP.
 August 3, 2016 at 7:25pm
I’ve often wondered myself about that very thing to be honest.
But, speaking on this whole “is he or isn’t he a democrat thing”… look he’s been both and it tells me that he’s nothing more than an opportunist businessman. Before 2001 he was a registered Republican. From 2001-2009 he was a registered Democrat. He’s given money to both Democrats AND Republicans. (including McCain, Bush, Clinton, Kerry, etc, etc, etc)
I think he puts his money thumb to the wind and sees which way the political wind is blowing. So it’s hard to pin him down on where he stands on party ideology to be honest. I CAN say, without any hesitation, that he’s no constitutional conservative. That does give me pause about him.
But neither his Hillary. Heck, if Hillary were a constitutional Democrat (I know, an oxymoron of sorts today) I actually might consider supporting her. But she’s not. And she’s crooked to the core.