/sarcasm on/ You know what I hate… Gays destroying the sanctity of marriage. /sarcasm off/.
 March 13, 2015 at 6:18pm
I didn’t watch the show. Did Mr. Beck ever say what Mr. Norquist, published, said or did that leads him to believe he enables the Muslim Brotherhood? The article contains vague statements but no specifics.
Sorry, I’m from Missouri, the “Show Me” state. Can’t make a decision on whose right or wrong without facts and if your willing to throw down the gauntlet like Mr. Beck just did, I hope he has the facts to back it up.
It was gaffney, not beck. And you tube would be glad to show you.
"...DIDN'T WATCH..." first-hand info?? ....relied on PROGGYMSM-SECONDHAND SMOKESCREEN??
Need to work on your possessive pronoun usage. Should be who's and you're, not whose and your. No offense . . .
 March 11, 2015 at 3:35pm
A parenting plan in a domestic case is when the parents sign an agreement on how a child will be raised. Upon reading other articles it looks like mom and dad signed the parenting plan in the original paternity case saying that the kid would be circumcised, then mom found some b.s. online about it being dangerous, no she is trying to back out of the agreement. Dad sued and won the case and she absconded with the kid. This is not government overreach, this is government enforcing contractual obligations on the part of both parties.
Believe me it is more painful to get a circumcision at age 22 (like me) than newborn or even 4 (like this guy) and if she had lived up to her agreements in 2012 the kid wouldn’t even remember it by now.
I agree, if she signed an agreement, she's at fault here.
I can't believe all the people jumping the gun to say this is judicial overreach. No, no it's not. Enforcing contracts and mediating parental disputes is exactly what judges are supposed to do.
ok if mom agreed to it and signed a contract she should have done it then. but the child is now four shouldn't he have a say in the matter. at 22 it probably did hurt but there are many injury's we suffer in life that also hurt and luckily we heal and the pain goes away. I guess I am just on the side of the kid especially if it wasn't done at birth.
[-5] March 3, 2015 at 5:30pm
Did anyone in Sharpstown, TX even watch Robocop and absorb its lessons?
Monk. Most likely they have done studies and decided that danger to an employee is greater outside the store than inside. They then run the numbers to determine what percentage of the time an employee would be hurt/killed attempting to stop someone outside the store and add up the costs of worker’s comp and lawsuits from heirs of employees they would get when the employee is hurt/killed. After that they compare that number to the average amount stolen from a Walmart in a given year and there’s your answer as to what they will do. Walmart is a large Corp., it has no soul or feelings, therefore its actions and procedures are determined by $$$ only.
 February 4, 2015 at 5:29pm
Measles vaccine is 97% effective. We rely on herd immunity to protect the 3 percent.
[-3] February 4, 2015 at 4:56pm
Right now the kids are in the physical and legal custody of Children’s Services. So they have every ability to vaccinate the children. Also, it is highly likely that these kids may be placed in a home with other children which are in Children Services’ custody. So they would have the duty to protect those children as well from unvaccinated children.
The more pragmatic course of action would be to wait until the TPR is finished and then have the kids vaccinated because then the parents would have no rights left regarding the children.
The parents have not lost their parental rights yet. If/when they do, their legal guardian can take care of that detail.
If Children's Services is concerned that they may already have custody of some infectious kids from outside the border ( or otherwise ), then they should take care to keep these un-vaccinated kids segregated and not dump them into a general population. If they get custody, it's their call. Until then, it's not.
Sounds like the parents are no angels, but rights are rights and can't be waived ' just because'. The State must show evidence and give grounds for terminating parental rights and go through the courts. They can't just assume that the parents rights have already been terminated because they want to do it.
So they would have the duty to protect those children as well from unvaccinated children.
Excuse me, but why would healthy vaccinated kids need to be protected
from healthy un-vaccinated kids?
Even if one of the un-vaccinated kids got sick...
the other kids are already vaccinated and thus protected if they get exposed.
(Hint: that's what vaccines are for.)
 February 3, 2015 at 9:54am
I agree with the other random comments in the middle of the scripture lesson comments. People need to chill the f out. It’s a carnival cruise line commercial.
Also, I don’t believe that the concepts of evolution and religion are mutually exclusive, so maybe that’s why I don’t think its such a big deal.
 January 29, 2015 at 4:49pm
A person has the right to refuse to voluntarily provide information to an officer, that includes standing still while he takes your picture. So, if an officer says “hold still so I can take your picture”, while not being under arrest, you are being “detained” which has a similar legal effect. If you are being detained then you have a right to have counsel present and to refuse to cooperate. Now, that doesn’t mean a cop can’t take your picture, (you are in a public place after all) but he can’t force you to hold still while he does it.
Agree ranger. There is a caveat for life of the mother. Eptopic pregnancies occur and in that situation no one makes it if the pregnancy is not terminated. I went to a Catholic University and the rule of thumb the professor taught was “Whatever action which will lead to the creation of more Catholic babies is usually where the Church goes.” When the life of the mother is threatened they would be okay with abortion because the mother could always have more babies later.
I think goldencomando is combining a State prosecution of a DWI charge and the administrative action of taking a license because of a refusal. In every state in the union a person if arrested upon probable cause to believe they have committed a traffic related offense while under the influence and then refuses to provide a breath sample loses their license for one year. You can get a hardship which is why I think he brings up the 7 month thing. The reason they can do this is because driving is a privilege and not a right, which is also the reason it is “probable cause” rather than “beyond a reasonable doubt”. The son would have had an opportunity to fight the refusal determination by administrative hearing and could have appealed an adverse ruling to a County Judge.
This administrative action has zero connection with the a DWI charge brought by a county or municipal prosecutor. I would be interested in what happened with that charge given these facts.
 December 11, 2014 at 12:04pm
The stupidest part is that you don’t even have to pray. One option is to thank the chef who prepared your meal.
[-2] December 8, 2014 at 12:38pm
Gas prices were $1.89 but the dow was trading at 7,000 or so at the time. The fact that gas is $2.40 (where I live) and the dow is trading at close to 18,000 is more impressive.
Also, no President cannot take credit for the majority of oil prices since most of the global supply/demand is set by OPEC. But that won’t stop Presidents on both sides of the aisle of both taking credit and placing blame on others for gas prices.
[-8] December 8, 2014 at 9:35am
This is the stupidest attempt by the website to scare people.
Blaze: “Warning!!! Big government says stop eating raw eggs.”
Reader: “Did the pass a law criminalizing the eating of raw eggs?”
Blaze: “Well, no.”
Reader: “Did someone get prosecuted or penalized in any way as a result of this government agencies actions?”
Reader: “Is this binding on anyone’s actions in any way?
Reader: “Then how is this a ne….”
Blaze: “GOVERNMENT BAD, THEY’RE TAKING YOUR EGGS!!!! AAAAAHHHH!!!!!!”
Just loading up the bases. If I let my children eat cookie dough, teach them that the Bible is true, or instruct them that climate change is a hoax, Child Protective Services has a window to take them away from our abusive home.
No. This is just another example the Blaze is pointing out of the gov't involving themselves in things that aren't their business. There are many recipes that call for raw eggs, including Caesar salad, and it's really not the gov'ts business to make sure we eat what they think we should. Our tax money is spent to get these kinds of messages out. If you live in the USA and don't know raw eggs can be harmful then you are not paying attention. We don't need to spend tax money on this sort of thing.
Mo Def: Blaze: "Warning!! Big government says stop eating raw eggs."
Blaze: Government tells Americans to stop eating cookie dough.
Issues like this happens every year. The issues is the Gv making sound like they just discovered. When anybody with 'EXPERIENCE' knows. Is after you have done it. Or reported it multiple times. Is to create a standard pamphlet or document, or website to do to. Provide information. And send the people there. And as information. -- Even the PSAs are getting more like you are going to die mentality. Just listen to the PSAs. -- If you don't have a problem. The Gv PSAs if convince you do, or someone else has a problem. Imagine how many people start having problems from bombardment of making people afraid of everything.
Put this way. The Gv is trying to make everyone a hypochondriac. And if you are not one already. Do worry, they will make everyone one.
Then you should have no problem if the government has Bible studies, encourages Bible studies, suggest only Jesus Christ is the One True God, and encourages homosexuals and all other sinners to repent.
After all, no laws have been written.
Excellent MoDem! Spot on!!
November 17, 2014 at 5:29pm
Monk, I’ve heard they will be guarding the airport so the local police can focus on the areas of protesters.
 November 4, 2014 at 7:11am
Not true, missouri law did not allow Carnahan ‘ s name to be removed. Afterwords, the governor can appoint whomever they want to the vacant seat until there is a special election. In this case Jean Carnahan served for a year before she lost to Jim Talent. I do not recall a Republican challenge to the appointment but I was 19 so I might have missed it.
 October 29, 2014 at 9:03am
S2BY2: Except, if it was announced on November 10, the election is already over.
[-5] October 26, 2014 at 8:29am
I saw the trailer this weekend at a movie. Looks to me to follow the bible. God can cause an earthquake so the fact that an earthquake causes the split in the sea isn’t an indication that they aren’t following the bible.