The image was most likely sourced from the original story. The creation of the actual image was most likely not TheBlaze staff’s fault. BUT… I do agree with you fully here. Why blur her face and show his? She is the accused, he is the innocent here.
Shame on TheBlaze for perpetuating this narrative. (even indirectly)
BS!!! The the Blaze needs to announce such!
As it stands, Bums is right!
What are you making excuses for Kaitlyn Schallhorn for?
February 9, 2016 at 6:33pm
Blows my mind how anyone is willing to pay that much for rent… after looking at google maps, the building and surrounding area, I wouldn’t give them more than a few hundred bucks a month. But people are crazy I guess.
I have to disagree with the vocal minority here, and yes, according to the polling so far you are the minority. (despite having the most up-votes here in the comment section) Should the government require women sign up for the draft when they turn 18? Absolutely.
Do I like it? No. But people wanted ‘equality’ among the sexes and this is what it brings. Equal treatment means equal treatment. It’s time for things to be equal.
Now… the real question should be why should anyone be required to sign up for a draft in today’s world? It’s an obsolete idea from an obsolete time.
 February 3, 2016 at 2:33pm
Seriously, I commend these folks for hanging on as long as they did but for the underachievers it’s time to bow out. Time for the party to focus on the top tier of candidates. Election day is coming and we need time to vet the top 3 or 4 not peck at each other and fight over scraps.
(for the record – I still say this and I’m a Rand guy – Rand did the right thing by bowing out today)
 February 3, 2016 at 11:05am
This is exactly why I haven’t picked a top running candidate yet. I am (was) a Paul supporter but with him out of the race I’m not sure who I’m going with now. I lean more towards Cruz but he has a few issues. Trumps a blowhard. I initially liked the man because of the big fat middle finger he was flipping to the establishment but that rage wore off and my senses came to me. This just pushes me away from him further. This looks like he’s nothing but a 2nd grade sore loser to me.
 February 1, 2016 at 10:26pm
 January 26, 2016 at 8:44am
I’m sorry but… what a joke. Seriously. The same with the atomic clock. It’s all a bunch of hyped up BS intended to keep people ‘scared’ of something. It will NEVER go below 5-10 minutes before midnight, or whatever, and you all know it. SOMETHING will ALWAYS keep it there… ALWAYS.
This is the "atomic clock" that you mean. It's a summary of all things that currently threaten modern human civilization: The chance of nuclear war, pollution, climate change, wars, etc etc. It's supposed to be a warning, nothing else.
Easy to get people to do what they're told when they're scared.
Fear mongering, nothing more...
 January 26, 2016 at 8:25am
All over parking spots… good grief.
 January 24, 2016 at 6:21pm
I thought it sounded Pacific Islander but I couldn’t put my finger on it. The picture doesn’t even look black but even if the child did so what? Good heavens some people are idiots…
 January 24, 2016 at 6:17pm
Good one Monk!
Kids! Impeccable timing in all things. /joking sarc Least the kid and the mama is good!
 January 24, 2016 at 6:15pm
Please don’t breed…
 January 23, 2016 at 1:12pm
I’m looking at the pictures here, and elsewhere online, and I’m scratching my head. I’ve got more snow on the ground outside my door here in Iowa and no one lost their minds over it a few weeks ago when it came through. smdh People are nuts.
I agree as I saw way more snow when I was back East in 71 ?
 January 21, 2016 at 2:08pm
Terrible news but let’s be honest… it must be a slow day here on theBlaze if something like this makes the headlines. As a person who grew up in a rural community I can attest that these type of accidents (farm accidents) are still all too common. (sadly) Even in today’s world.
As a kid I always would picture myself as the kid crushed by the tractor or whatever. Now as an adult, I can't imagine my kid doing that.
Handing the animals, throwing hay off the wagon, heck just walking 1/4 mile to stand in the barren cold landscape waiting for the yellow heated vomit box.
 January 20, 2016 at 11:55am
This is only a temporary price dip and I don’t think many folks are seeing the bigger picture here. The Saudis are flooding the market with cheap oil right now in an attempt to run it’s competitors (US oil, Canadian Fracking, etc) out of business. Yes it hurts the Saudis in the short run but they can weather the storm as they’ve spent decades stockpiling cash reserves. Meanwhile, the new startups here in the western hemisphere can’t afford to ride out the storm and are dependent on the actual price of crude oil remaining high to turn a profit. Once everyone but OPEC is out of the picture again the Saudi’s will ease back production and you will see prices spike. It’s nothing but a big game for them. Mark my words folks… this party is temporary.
Considering that for decades our US government has stifled (sometimes by the death of the inventors) all new innovations in energy just to prop up their almighty petro dollar, it is appropriate karmic law in action as the US gov will soon meet it's demise. Despite what our culture and schools teach today, actions do have consequences, sometimes it takes a while. Cruz/Paul 2016
January 16, 2016 at 11:51am
You haven’t been paying attention have you? Furthermore you really didn’t read what I wrote either did you? People would be screaming for this business to close, or boycotting it, if it were the liberal persecuting a Christian by holding ‘mandatory meetings bashing Christians’ on a regular basis. I think this story has less to do with the music and more to do with the forced prayer meetings… but someone is spinning it, be it TheBlaze, the lawyers for the prosecution, or someone else.
 January 16, 2016 at 11:39am
I think this will have less to do with music than it will to do with this part: “…allegedly holding mandatory prayer meetings…” Just saying.
Before I’m tarred and feathered by the group please note that I support the business owner and her religious freedom. But there has to be a fine line too. You can’t impose your views on others. It would be like taking a job at a dentists office where the dentist is an staunch liberal and listens to a 24/7 broadcasts of liberal shows that bash Christians all day long. Then holds mandatory meetings telling the group how bad Christians are. There is really no difference between the two situations folks.
There is a huge difference, the Christian would just find another job. The other huge difference is that the Christian could not sue the employer for being “forced” to listen to liberal talk shows.
I would change employers. A lawsuit never crossed my mind, but then again, I don't like stealing the wealth of others.
Keyword: "Allegedly"...People lie, cheat, and steal all the time for ill-gotten gain, wouldn't surprise me in the least considering how Christians are under fire just for breathing nowadays.
I don't know - both my parents and in-laws own and run businesses (my father has a practice in Michigan not too far from this dentistry and he plays Christian music as well). Employees can be such thankless rotten entitled people to deal with at times. They really have no clue how vexing a business or practice can be to run. And many always mutter and complain to one another behind the back of their bosses. Maybe it's a southeast Michigan thing - but the ones here are typically adept in victimology. Im a machine designer by trade and I know it's not everyone but there are a lot here and I've really hated working alongside them. They make a business less profitable with their attitudes and their own attitudes and bad habits are typically the chief impediments keeping them from having the happy prosperous lives they seem to think they deserve.
It's possible this lady was making 'mandatory' prayer meetings - but I think it's more likely that they are framing it up dishonestly; she probably had prayer meetings that were optional and some of the other employees were going but they weren't so they felt like it was 'mandatory'.
We will have to wait for details. I just know how this state and this area works. I know how the people are. I know how business owners around here struggle and how pro-socialism attitudes are growing and I tend not to buy the accusations.
Well I'm pretty sure no Christian music station bashes non-believers. None that I've ever listened to.
I would not tar and feather you. But, Christian or as another story states cult leader, there was a reorganization and hence prayer meetings became mandatory. I personally may not agree with it, but the employer has the right to do that with their business.
 January 15, 2016 at 8:40pm
I thought this type of violence only happens in the US…
 January 15, 2016 at 4:28pm
Karma… consider this.
In ’12 Benghazi was falsely blamed on a video to deflect attention from Obama’s failed foreign policy during an election year.
In ’16 another video comes along and finally drives the last nail in Hillary’s political coffin forcing her to lose yet another presidential election.
Democrats and video’s don’t seem to mix very well do they?
 January 14, 2016 at 11:27am
It’s too late… she done been mooned, or in this case, she be doing the mooning. ;)