No one could be more obsessed with terrorism than King. But he is a typical neoconservative. he wants war without end in the Middle East, but wide open borders here at home.
 February 25, 2015 at 2:36am
Those cops and their double talk are as bad as ours.There may be no crime in digging a hole, but clearly someone went through a good deal of time and expense to dig that hole and shore it up with expensive wood. If they were on the up and up they would have come forward by now. Obviously that means that whoever dug that tunnel had a nefarious purpose of some kind.
Seems more likely to me that they stumbled across someone's misguided attempt to build a personal bug-out bunker, but chose a bad place to do it, i.e public land.
He said it was built up with plywood & 2 x 8s, not, exactly, 'expensive wood', in my estimation.
February 23, 2015 at 2:20am
Yes, and it is interesting that she can sense that Obama is antisemitic, as indeed he might well be, when it comes time to defend her own position, but she is still willing to act as one of his most ardent supporters over all. Her hypocrisy would seem to know no bounds.
 February 23, 2015 at 1:51am
This is typical. The guy comes in here and works on an American film—I guess that’s another job Americans won’t do—and then when he gets a silly award just for doing his job he can’t just accept it graciously. Oh no, he has no attack the nation that gave him the award.
Typical collectivist attitude. You can only see things in terms of nations and collections of people. This Mexican director working on an American film is the workings of the free market despite the intrusive hand of the government manifested trough draconian immigration laws. You are either for the free market or you are against it. You are either for open border or against the free market. You are free to prove to me that a secure border that prevents immigration would be beneficial to the free market. People should be free to sell their labor cheaper than what other people are selling it for, be they Mexican or American. Seems like you just can't compete with Mexican labor, in which case too freaking bad, that's just the free market.
Just one more bit of proof that the world is filled with Progressives and Socialists.
Would you rather bring Roman Polanski back so he can direct movies and rape more children?
“Maybe next year the government will inflict some immigration rules..." you mean just enforce the ones we have MR. Inarritu.
I guess he can pay back all the US taxpayer subsidies....
That's funny. I don't watch any tv including movie awards and cannot even remember the last one I did see, don't know who the actors etc are or care but because it looked funny I read Breitbart's live version last night in the last 30 minutes. And he said the above mentioned actor or whoever (director somebody) blamed Mexico for the conditions related to immigration and called America a wonderful immigrant nation....
Seems to me the silly comments are not justified nor are rational. Wait, hold up...I feel a memory coming on. Wait. There he is. Marlon Brando. So I did see that Oscar. An American actor who would not accept his silly award for best actor protesting for Indians rights. OMG. The best freaking male American actor ever. He didn't accept it graciously. Oh no, he sent a lovely young Indian princess to accept for him. You would have died in your tracks with the walking dead. For pity sakes. Do you people have to trash every living person who succeeds past your inventory of "typical". Sheesh.
February 23, 2015 at 1:31am
The truth is that there are some scientists that believe that belief in God and the theory of evolution are not mutually exclusive. The problem would seem to be getting them to go on TV or radio and make that point. I guess they don’t want the controversy and possible loss of grant funding that getting into a public argument with one such as Dawkins might cause. That of course means that the only refutation to the things Dawkins says comes from preachers like the one in the article who is only able to say that God is real, the bible tells me so. Unfortunately, that line of argument does not work on all that many people any more. If scientists who disagree with Dawkins want him to be challenged they are just going to have to man up and do it.
 February 18, 2015 at 3:17am
Yes, thank the lord for big government. They are only here to help. Oh who, who I ask you would save us from those evil corporations if not the always benign, well meaning and dare i say it? Yes I will. The lovers embrace that only such a large, all consuming, all encompassing entity like our beloved government can show.
 February 18, 2015 at 3:09am
Yes that really is the bottom line. The left is not interested in making things easier for the little guy and they certainly have no interest in promoting fair competition.They only want control and power. The internet is far too much of a tool of empowerment for the ordinary citizen. For that reason the left would gladly kill it if they could, but because that is too hard they will settle for regulating(controlling) it as much as possible and doing all they can to block or drown out dissent.
 February 17, 2015 at 12:24am
It would be nice to find a WAY TO STOP THIS NONSENSE.
 February 16, 2015 at 11:42pm
I hope this is true and that it sticks. Time will tell I guess
Sure hope it is true.....few places have this story as of midnight Monday/Tuesday
Thank you, Governor Abbott for some real Hope for a Change !!
...and this happens on President's Day. LOL
Hey Congress this is what the American people elected you to do STOP TALKING AND START ACTING. We want a man of action! Thanks Gov. Abbott!!!
 February 12, 2015 at 2:47am
Looked like pissed off people got there car hit and so they jumped out and opened a can on this guy. I think that it was a bit of a twist to say that they were helping the police. They were mad and wanting to beat hell out of the guy that hit their van.
 February 10, 2015 at 2:38am
It was an aspiration by a bunch of European leftists with a thrill up their leg.
 February 10, 2015 at 2:36am
Well much the same could be said of the Jews in France. How many of the Jews that were in that deli—even now— vehemently defend mass Islamic immigration to France.
 February 5, 2015 at 2:38am
The internet is the greatest tool of empowerment ever devised. Most of the publicly available information on earth is now easily accessible in one place. Every great ruler and captain of industry from the past would have given anything to have it. It is not perfect, but it is wonderful and only one thing could ever screw it up. Just like so much else, government overreach is the greatest, perhaps the only, threat to the glorious internet that we have come to know over the past two decades.
only a few years ago the regular guy did not have access to investment records, trading tools, stock market. That was only allowed for the very rich.
Now we can go buy our own stocks and use the same data the rich use....all because the internet is open to all.
THIS is what tyranny looks like!
I am a telecom engineer, with an MS in Telecom. Prepare for big slow-downs on the internet, and especially data that must arrive real-time, like live videos, podcasts, Youtube vids, etc. Data packets include prioritization codes. This overrides those codes. So now, data that doesn't need to arrive imminently will have the same prioritization as data that must arrive real time. This will kill the internet, not serve the internet.
This is being imposed by people who think they have a right to rule, but without facing elections or accountability. They are "men who would be kings". They're tyrants, and they are so filled with hubris that they don't even care!
the internet is the salvation of small business.
the national exposure the internet generates would have cost $100K+ per year ten years ago. we were almost all wholesale 7 years ago, then main customer "knocked off" our product line with offshore copies of our hardware.
now we're mostly retail - 99% driven by website activity. for what.. $19.99/year hosting?
another attack on small business & the middle class by my favorite muslim & company.
 February 5, 2015 at 2:27am
Well of course, but she is Hillary the magic **** diver, so of course there is no comparison. Move along now please!!!
 February 4, 2015 at 11:26pm
Yes, if a cop–having just seconds to decide to shoot or don’t shoot— shoots the suspect and has this device on his belt how much trouble will he be in for not “choosing” it.
Thats a really good question milez5. I can see why they called this "The Alternative". It isnt so much an alternative for the officer involved in the shooting, but it would be a hell of an argument for the prosecution. Consider: Officer involved in an otherwise necessary shooting who had this available and did not make use of it first. On the stand the prosecution asks why the officer chose not to use "The Alternative". It now goes from a matter of explaining the details to a confession of murder.
 February 3, 2015 at 2:20am
Yes, but the Republicans aren’t likely to do a thing about it. Over on vdare.com a blogger named Federale lays out a number of administrative things that the Republican party could do to hinder the presidents illegal amnesty. But the truth is that the GOP is not likely to do any of them. Their consultants keep warning them not to offend Hispanics and their donors keep telling them that they had better not try to stop the massive flow of cheap labor coming into the country so in all likelihood they will fold up like a cheap lawn chair and do nothing to stop or even slow down Obama’s amnesty.
 February 3, 2015 at 1:56am
Just out of curiosity, why vote libertarian? I mean, I agree with you that Jeb Bush and the others are very flawed, but not supporting the Republican nominee will only—granted to a minor degree—aid the socialist Democrat. Now we may well need to do a change up and see if we can really push aside the GOP and replace it with something else. But of course that is not possible before the 2016 election, there is not enough time.
 February 3, 2015 at 1:49am
Walker is possibly the best we can hope for, but neoconservative money will very likely try to buy the nomination for Jeb Bush
 January 29, 2015 at 12:04am
The problem with your logic is that actions like these reinforce the fantasy of the left that people who own guns are confrontational nuts. Just because a person has a technical “right” to do something that does not mean they should always do it. There is really such a thing as time and place appropriateness The opposite is the logic of a leftist or a spoiled brat. The bottom line is that based on the information in the article the shooting of the dog seems justified, but an investigation will sort that out. There was no reason for that man to go to the police station and confront the police, armed or unarmed.
And apparently the police had no right to up and shoot the dog either. Plays both ways, my friends!
January 21, 2015 at 11:49pm
You hit the nail right on the head. Not accepting everything is not hate. Not wanting this country to be over run with poor, third world poor when we can’t supply jobs or afford social services for Americans that need them is not hate.