So in not supporting a non-conservative that makes Beck a non-conservative?
 December 29, 2015 at 2:06pm
But can’t you make the exact same arguement about Trump today? If you’re going to win the nomination from the Republican party you need to pander to the conservative base. If not having principles in order to get what you want is ok to “do business in New York” what makes you believe that its any different now? Is he just saying what he has to say to win an election?
September 22, 2015 at 3:47pm
And the “Christian” is being judged by her own actions..not because she’s a Christian, we’ve never had a problem electing Christians, or any other religion because in this country, other than the ignorant bigots, the rest of us try to judge the person by their own character and actions not “auto-DQ” someone based on their first amendment freedom to practice the religion of their choice.
September 22, 2015 at 3:32pm
He didn’t say that it makes his client less guilty… I mean why so far out of all the comments do so many of you seem like you didn’t read the article? I’m not saying the lawyer isn’t a peice of crap, but he clearly explains its not a matte rof it making his client less guilty, its a matter of if the officer was performing police business, than its capital murder (which comes with the death penality) if he was there ot meet this woman to have an affair, it’s murder — but the death penality is off the table, because under our laws we punish people who murder police officers in the line of duty more than just.. run of the mill murders who shoot someone. Or to quote the article above as to why the lawyer says he’s raising this issue:
“From my client’s standpoint, this would no longer be a capital murder, but just a murder. It wouldn’t carry the death penalty as punishment,”
If you are wearing that badge, driving that squad car, then you are on duty, no matter if you are pumping gas or some whore in the back alley.
September 22, 2015 at 3:29pm
Do you people just not read the articles? It explains it above.. he isn’t saying his client is innocent, he said the difference is if the officer was there doing police business its capital murder, if he’s there to bang this woman.. he’s not doing that as a police officer, thus the charge is reduced from capital murder (which comes with a possibility of the death penalty) to just.. murder (which doesn’t come with a death penalty) . I’m not saying the lawyer isn’t disgsuting, im simply saying.. the article explains why he’s raising this issue.
[-2] September 22, 2015 at 3:27pm
I think its a stupid law BUT from the lawyers perspective the difference is the difference between his client being given the death penalty or not as they explain in the article above.
 September 22, 2015 at 3:23pm
That’s like saying breast cancer awareness month should be canceled because by implicitly talking about breast cancer its ignoring all other cancers.
That’s a false analogy because there is nothing *implicit* in the movement’s contempt of non-black lives. People who try to include all lives are attacked.
A proper analogy would be to say that breast cancer awareness month should be cancelled if the promoters said that no other cancers mattered, and if they attacked people who said that all cancer patients mattered. And to that, I would agree.
September 22, 2015 at 3:20pm
Hillary Clinton was on the tonight show less then a week ago where she was asked about everything from her policy positions to all the email stuff. Can you people stop with the constant “victim” stuff? It’s not a conspiracy, everyone who has gone on these shows gets a mix of softball with a few “tough” questions mixed in..its nothing new
Yes, Hillary was "asked" about the email and then was allowed to fully burp out her lame, pre-written talking points.Her "answer" did not answer the question or apologize, in fact the wrong question was asked..nothing too tough.
Contrast that with the rabid attack dog Colbert who dug in deep, would not let go of his question, would not take the truth for an answer and interrupted or pooh-poohed any good answer by making a joke about it.
Sorry, we are on to the the mainstream Praetorian Guard media and their tactics.
 September 11, 2015 at 12:43pm
Trump doesn’t have principles… just like a year ago he said Hillary Clinton was a great Sec of State..now he says she’s the worst ever. He just a couple years ago was for climate change, abortion, higher taxes, universal health care….now he’s against most of that because he has to say it to get votes.
obamie said marriage was between a man and a woman, then he evolved or devolved. No one knew how bad hitlerly was until Bengazi.
September 11, 2015 at 12:42pm
All liberal? What are you talking about… as a Democrat i can say Trump is the greatest thing to ever happen to this race, he’s singlehandedly destroying the GOP field and handing the WH to Democrats. We love what Trump is doing, even if you guys wise up and nominate someone who can actually win… we have hours worth of insults from Trump on the rest of the field which are perfect for commercials.
Well yourperiod, go for it. Your choices are between a pathological liar, guilty of treason and a socialist. He's not destroying anything except the rinos and that's what we want.
So, do you keep a little statue of Saul Alinsky on some little shelf, with candles and incense and stuff?
 September 11, 2015 at 12:40pm
What did he say that was untrue?
September 11, 2015 at 12:40pm
Do you say the same thing about Trump’s name calling and insults?
[-13] February 4, 2015 at 3:11am
The biggest “outbreak” was in amish country in ohio, not California, and it was related to a amish missionary’s trip to the Philippines, Ohio had more cases than the entire rest of the country combined. Mexico has a 99% vaccination rate, we have a 92% vaccination rate. But hey much like Mo Brooks, you shouldn’t let the fact that you have no clue what you’re talking about stop you from talking, right?
Interesting . . . your knowledge exceeds that of CNN or the CDC (92 in Cali, 7 in Arizona, 3, in Utah, 3 in New York (those are top 4 states), and 1 (yes "ONE") in Penn.
BTW, I mentioned Penn. because there are Amish there as well as Ohio and there are ZERO cases noted for Ohio.
Thank you Mr Stein for those pesky little well hidden facts.
deflate a liberal much?
The kids didn't come from Mexico, they were from Guatemala!!! But then again, why let facts get in your way.
Do you have a link showing anything even remotely similar to what you are spouting?
I assume we will not hear from you concerning the Amish because you just pulled it all out of your ass. Oh, I imagine you might come back and call a few people names,.....but I'll bet the farm you will not be posting a link....because none exists.
Perhaps they need a picture to show them, after all, they are common core lovers and love to do things the hard way. Map from CDC: http://tinyurl.com/pjhe83x
I suppose you read that Mehico has. 100 percent vaccination rate on the Internet. And what about the infectious disease carriers from all those other crap hole country's? These peeps should fix their own country's first. Not come here.
92% of what group? You have no idea if Mexico is giving statistics based on school children only, or what. This IS Mexico, after all, and these statistics are what the CDC wants you to believe. There are MANY remote areas of Mexico, and the measles affect adults, too. In fact, the first case of measles in IL is a hispanic adult male.
You marxist keep repeating that UN stat but for some reason can't explain whey the tens of thousands of illegals dumped all over the US have no record of immunization.
There's a large Somalian population in Ohio. Some are probably illegal.
January 6, 2015 at 9:56am
sapper, open carry states do NOT even come close to having lower crime stats..for example, according to FBI crime states, the most violent states (as in violent crimes per capita) are TN, NV, AK, NM, SC, DE, LA, FL, MD, OK…other than Florida and South Carolina, every other state has some form of open carry on the books (some may require you to have a license to do so, but you can open carry).
January 6, 2015 at 9:42am
Yes. and crime was much higher then than it is now… Crime has been decreasing for the past.. 30 to 40 years pretty consistently
January 6, 2015 at 9:40am
Not at all, motive is an element of the crime. By your logic there should legally be no difference between murder one and manslaughter
 December 28, 2014 at 11:25am
Speaking of that.. have you heard about the pope’s global warming speech..
[-3] December 28, 2014 at 11:24am
“Asked by the officer why she did it, McNamara said: “God told me to go feed the pigs,” according to the police report.”
Some could say anyone who believes in and listens to a magic man in the sky.. is crazy.
October 24, 2014 at 2:03pm
Equal protection clause which has been used to justify the civil rights act, holds public businesses to a standard that says they cannot discriminate.
October 24, 2014 at 2:02pm
Because mosques just like normal churches are protected as religious institutions.. for-profit marriage businesses are not