Simple question that will stump any Liberal…If Hilary only had one email account, and by her own words she claims she never received or sent classified emails, then what the heck was she doing the entire time?
She was out lesbianizing, did I spell that correctly?
 June 6, 2015 at 7:53am
Since everyone is exactly equal in liberals minds, what’s wrong with being a trash collector? I actually am extremely grateful for the guys willing to work “dirty jobs” – certainly more so than a lot of “social workers” I’ve met.
 June 5, 2015 at 2:42am
I honestly don’t understand the irony. The meme was depicting what heroism is, which is reflected in the acts of the soldiers, not the photographer. Obviously I don’t condone beating up anyone for their choices, but I don’t see how a horrible incident to the photographer makes what the meme initial implied any less significant. The meme isn’t meant to say, “ok go beat up transvestites” is just a simple reflection on our priorities and what we are terming “heroism” now.
April 29, 2015 at 2:23am
If that adulterer were to come in and ask for a t-shirt that said, “I support Ashley Madison.com” (the adultery website), then yes, I do think that they would object and have a right to deny service. It wasn’t the person they object to, it was the message. Get a clue.
 April 29, 2015 at 2:09am
When are people going to realize it’s not the person, it’s the action, that these businesses object to. I’m sure that if a gay person walked into their business and asked to have shirts printed for their softball team, he’d have no problem with that. It’s the MESSAGE or ACTION that they have a problem with, just like the bakeries, florists, caterers, etc.
 April 28, 2015 at 4:44pm
If liberals think we should let a 5 year old decide their gender, I’m pretty sure we should let them choose their lunch as well.
 April 28, 2015 at 3:21pm
I love how the gay militia claims that this is just “capitalism” at work. Yeah, cause capitalism usually involves threats, intimidation and lawsuits.
One of my best friends Father was a rapist and his Mother was a Nun. His adopted Parents raised a fine young Man.
Still don't think a baby should have to pay for the sins of his/her father.
Amen Bio, I may be an outlier here because I feel a woman should have "A" choice related to rape and incest (which is rape too), and a doctor should only be involved if a pregnancy could lead to her death, read stories where women were told that and it worked out fine, healthy baby and mother, but I'll give her that choice. I don't agree with abortion, but I believe the mother/ to be mother/ pregnant ho still has some say, especially in extenuating circumstances.
The older we get, the more we understand that ALL life is precious and ALL is created by GOD... Abortion is the work of Satan whose only goal is to destroy every thing GOD created. He hates GOD so much, he can't be GOD, he can't do what GOD does, so he wants to destroy all GOD has done.
WE do NOT own the life within us, ever. It is a gift, even if LIFE comes from rape... rape is pure EVIL, the baby is not. It is not a Choice...it is a BABY. This entire lie about Being a Woman's Body and she's in control is not right... our lives came from GOD, God decides what lives He will give life to aside from us. I know that really frosts a lot of women, but the fact is the fact. WE do not CREATE LIFE, GOD does. For whatever reason you find yourself pregnant, know that GOD has created that life.. What you do with it is NOT between you and your Doctor...it's between you and GOD.
How many, many stories have we heard of a rape beginning and an amazing ending because the Mother was smart enough and not an ego "Me/Mine/My" which allowed her to accept the Baby. How many women would love to be a Mother but can't? I certainly don't condone rape..I think there are surgical procedures that could prevent a repeat rapist.... but most of us know that those odds are very low compared to the foolish women who use Abortion as a form of Birth Control. Schultz is so wrong on every count. I actually feel sorry for her.
Patty, you're against the death penalty, right?
Good point in the statement.
But Reference -- "Still don’t think a baby should have to pay for the sins of his/her father."
We will no longer accept this statement. Because it is sexist and discrimination (just getting a point across). And does not judge all in equality of 'sins'. Also it propagates that the men/males are always to blame. No..more.
Hence it should read from the moment forward. And should be:
"Still don’t think a baby should have to pay for the sins of his/her Father and/or Mother."
A perfect example would be a older women seducing a teenager. Or a women entrapping a male (any age). Or a women using it to gain support,or support benefits from the government. Or a women Teacher seducing students and getting pregnant. An so on.
The proof is out their that women can be equally cruel in this matter. So it is time to stop the B.S.
Especially when they behave like a hunter, but then try to attack as a victim. No more. -- Since the administration says they are transform, changing and remaking America. Then we will no longer except those rules to be prevalent for women anymore. So blame the administration for the changes in attitude, traditions, etc. If people don't agree or like it.
totally agree Matrix!!
@Rob, excellent point.
ripe- the death penalty isn’t murder. The death penalty is the penalty part of the action when caught in the willful, purposeful destruction of human life. If you willfully murder someone for any reason the ultimate penalty may apply. Unlike dropping bombs from a drone on targets and collateral damage, you choose the target and purposely end their life, under penalty of the law. Someone fully conscious, sober and premeditatedly kills some one for personal gain or vendication of some sort. That is murder.
I have lost friends and family to a drunk driver… wasn’t murder… same effect but wasn’t murder.
What if it was rape? Would you hold the same view?
gn8 - That is an awful truth. But still doesn't change that the baby is a human life.
Ive come to believe “The sins of the Father” to mean… say a “Bastard” child will always wonder who Daddy is,may even become an addict of some kind (there are many to choose from) or abusive,Gay(I know,I know they are born that way…Ahem cough cough BS) never be able to trust or have a loving committed connection with someone.
Parents who abuse in anyway/fashion,addiction of any/all kinds will be visited upon the child,meaning a child from Alocolic parents will have struggles from that parents sin, and actions because of the way they grew up around it,be it they repeat it,or they will struggle from the effects it had on their lives and will/can pass it down from generation to generation,…replace that with Adultry,Food Addictin,Gambling,lying,stealing….etc…It to me means everything we do will have some kind of baring on our children’s lives,….Not that because someone’s Mother was a Whore the child will be Judged on her behavior per-say,but that all our sins have a very big effect on our children’s lives in various ways…We all have some kind of issue or hang up because of our parents issues,and it’s a hard cycle to break…That’s my take on it anyway…perhaps I’m mistaken.
Gn8 – I hope to answer your question this way, Rape is predisposition and action to violently attack someone weaker than you…. or to take advantage of someone in an unlawful way, or underaged. I would like the death penalty in some cases of rape. There are those that should not use up oxygen because of their sexual bent. Like murder, it does a lasting damage to the people attacked (and loved ones) and society. I would abort the rapist in some cases, not the child. But the victims, mother and child should be the first concern of the people. I would prefer that the mother/victim take the child through to birth and put the babe up for adoption rather than kill it. But in this age of instant gratification, is that too much to ask?
"Unless you were raped, if you're pregnant, you made your choice". Spot on!!!
I've been arguing this point for years. A woman doesn't have the right to take a life out of convenience to rid herself of a "problem" simply because she made bad choices.
 April 4, 2015 at 2:54am
I think the scariest part of this email is the fact that he had to wait hours to see a doctor about a cold…in a clinic! This wasn’t an ER, this was a simple clinic. This is what happens when everyone has “free” healthcare and they go to the doctor for every little thing. Even though copays can be annoying and costly, they do serve a purpose in that they make you think twice about going. You have to determine, yes, this is important and worth it, or no, it’s just a stupid cold and the doctor won’t do anything about it anyway.
 April 2, 2015 at 4:04am
Don’t be silly, Obama only trades terrorists for traitors, not heroes.
If they wanted him out on the next flight, all they’d have to do is tell ‘Ol Horse Face, currently vacationing in Switzerland on our dime, to say that either the Marine walks away now, or we do. Plainly, they don’t care about him.
 March 26, 2015 at 6:44am
I’m gonna have to agree with 000 on this one. Even if they took a bird in the windshield, that wouldn’t create the scene like they are now describing. There is almost no chance at all that the plane wasn’t on autopilot, so even if they took a bird, there’s no reason for it to start descending, and certainly not a controlled descent. Secondly, why the situation with the pilot being locked out? Unless it was just an absolute 1/1000000 chance that the one pilot happened to step out and exactly the time the bird struck, and that happened to incapacitated the pilot, and for some reason the other pilot couldn’t get back in. There have been a couple incidences in the past were planes lost pressure for some reason, and everyone went hypoxic and passed out. The autopilot just kept them flying straight and level until the plane finally ran out of gas, then it crashed, but it definitely wasn’t a controlled descent crash.
 March 25, 2015 at 10:45pm
I can’t agree with you on that one Monk. I’m a military C-130 pilot, and I can tell you that yes, bird strikes are dangerous and potentially fatal, but the chance that a bird could take down a high-flying aircraft like this is basically impossible. First off, very very few birds fly above a few thousand feet. In all my time flying, I’ve never seen one, but I do know they exist. Second, even if it did take out an engine, it would have to take out both engines for it to crash, and then it wouldn’t be a controlled descent, it would be a crash. Finally, the fact that there was no distress call is extremely telling. We are taught to “Aviate, Navigate, Communicate”, but you can’t tell me that in 10 minutes of flying no one bothered to make a distress call – it takes literally 10 seconds. After reading this article, the only 2 conclusions that make any sense are that the one pilot left and the other became incapacitated somehow, or it was intentional and the copilot drove the plane into the mountain on purpose.
 March 2, 2015 at 8:24am
I love how this guy complains about racists companies by touting his “All African-American” company. Hypocrite much?
Hello, only other person here who actually watched the interview.
 February 2, 2015 at 3:45pm
I’m pretty sure that’s the point. I’m willing to bet that the guy filing the complaint would happily agree that it’s ridiculous, but until everyone under the law is treated equally, then he’s going to pursue it just to prove how stupid the law is.
 February 2, 2015 at 3:42pm
Tmarends, I don’t care if the guy made it up out of thin air, it’s what he believes and there’s no reason the baker has any right to deny it! Now, if you would allow that same ability for everyone (you know, that whole, “we retain the right to refuse business…), then I would happily throw this lawsuit out the window where it belongs. But until there’s actual equality, then this baker should lose everything just like the Christian bakers have.