Leave it to Obama to put God’s rainbow on HIS house-What a narcissist-
God’s rainbow was a promise to never destroy the earth again by water-he didn’t say anything about fire, or nuclear weapons, or heart attacks..or… Watch out Obama-God smotes those who mock him!
If God didn't support gay rights, he wouldn't have copied their flag for his rainbow.
God's rainbow has seven colors. Their flag has six.
 June 23, 2015 at 11:52am
Will Don or someone put up “Whitey”?..or “Honkey”…or whatever the denigrating name blacks have for whites? It really should be a two-sided conversation. After all Obama IS HALF WHITE, even though he never refers to his Mother’s DNA or the GrandParents that raised him. Obama’s Jerimiah Wright is showing.
June 19, 2015 at 4:08pm
Hi RJJ-So nice to hear from you. God forbid common sense would waft its way into a left winger-Ha! AS IF! My thoughts aren’t original, of course, but I loathe Obama calling for gun control and politicians pointing fingers at each other. Don’t they remember that old saying about when the 1 finger is pointed outward, 3 are pointed directly back at them? Guns and policies do not make a person do evil unto another, but I can never remember anyone ever talking about this. In the minds of all of the non-talkers, is to admit it to acknowledge evil does exist, and if they don’t, it doesn’t? Well, I shot my philosophy for today. Hope all is well.
 June 19, 2015 at 12:12pm
The words were beautiful. We won’t have the conversation that some deeds are purely evil. Regardless of the color of the doers skin, their motive or lack of one, we will dissect, politicize, point fingers, blame, and ignore the underlying thread of the lone actions of these people. Nor will we talk about mental illness and health.
No. Obama will whip his telephone and pen into a fury writing his EO’s to remove our guns, as though the gun pulls its’ own trigger. The politicians will point fingers at policies. Some blacks will outpour their hatred towards whites, and some whites will feel nothing, just as some blacks felt nothing when similar events occurred to an all white venue. Others will feel guilt, shame or empathy.
Lone, single people who join ISIS to kill people are evil also, but we won’t talk about that either. The Obama Administration will say “Get them a job” as though that will wipe out the very core of the deed.
Perhaps the refusal to admit pure evil exists, and mental health issues need to be addressed are why we wallow in repeating the same song, over and over againandagainand… Talking about theses 2 issues will not cure the problem but it puts them in the daylight instead of in the buried grave where we keep them.
Howdy mscaptbilly, careful now with all of that common sense. You might just happen to warp some left wing loon's psyche.
Very well said. Only when others hear “evil” they can only understand it in a religious or biblical sense, however, I think it is much more inclusive regardless of a religion beliefs. Perhaps it is hard for those to see reality without a cause or effect. What is clear is the more we blame an inanimate object (gun) as the reason for the act, evil will continue to thrive. Anti gunners and those that think creating special rules that try to compensate individuals for actions of others, are the science deniers of the last century. How can anyone of logic and reason think a hunk of metal can act on its own without human action. Or that giving a preference of one living, breathing human being over another of equal measures (the original form of racism) will result in any positive psychological behavior.
Isn’t it time stop the PC bullshot. There is a time for love and forgiveness and then a time fight. The enemy of us all is Political Correctness and ignorance of reality.
 May 17, 2015 at 12:05pm
These pretty well describe it
HillaryBOT-Dems & Liberals who KNOW Hillary’s a bore-makes children cry & puppies shy away BUT are pushing her for Prez ANYWAY
HillaryBOT-Dems & Liberals who KNOW Hillary hates people & they hate her-KNOWS she LIES-BUT are pushing her for Prez ANYWAY
 May 17, 2015 at 11:59am
I was most certainly touched by her comment stating she never felt bitterness. She certainly had reason, but it did not occur. It is in such contrast to the stories we read about the many young people today who are NOT being educated by their own choices; dropping out of school; attitudes; or other self imposed reasons. She was denied her educational dream because of outside forces, but continued in a different direction. She is an inspiration, a living proof illustrating good things can happen to those that wait. A blessing story with a long delayed happy ending.
Right on. That is why she has lived so long. No bitterness. Forgive, move on, live well!
 May 9, 2015 at 12:35pm
WHY do people choose to go adversely face to face with authority when they don’t have to? This woman initiaited the tone of this encounter. We didn’t see what was deemed to be her “nervious” behavior, and since nothing was found it was probably not nervous, but something else, & she did set off alarms. The Border Patrol isn’t always going to be right, but I suspect they recognize much of the signs and are right most of the time. IF they didn’t follow these cues then they would also be attacked for “not” doing their job.
None-the-less, her combatitive attitude brought the situation to a head. The supervisor was cool headed right up till the end when SHE refused to move and dared him to touch her, and he did-BIG TIME!. He moved her (tased) because she refused. If she had been a hispanic male, speaking with a thick accent, this probably wouldn’t even be a story on the Blaze. BUT MOJO or HuffPost would decry discrimination all day long. The border Patrol has a tough job and walking that fine line has to be difficult.
Yes we have Rights and they need to be valued and protected, but people need to respect those Rights & STOP acting like asses when it’s not necessary also.
SHE wanted to go on her way. THEY forced the encounter. THEY didn't describe anything suspicious other than the "nervous" claim. THEY were combative when they took her car. THEY said it didn't matter where she went, which means she has a right to stand there.
"...but people need to respect those Rights & STOP acting like asses..."
Ah but government doesn't need to respect them, eh? If a person actually uses their rights, their being an ass. Sick.
We have no way to know how this incident started or how long she had been on the side of the road waiting for her vehicle to be illegally searched. There gets a point when you become fed up with getting the run around. She correctly video and asked them to verify the reasons for her and her property to be detained. The officer reiterated several reasons and lied on camera. He was attempting to justify his illegal detention. He had no reason to move her further away and she correctly stated that she was well within her rights to stay where she can observe her property to ensure its safety and her safety (i.e. them not planting evidence and keeping it in video surveillance)
She was wrong in daring him to move her as he was in threatening to illegally touch her. Please note he began threatening her before she reacted. Why did he threaten to move her? Because she wouldn't sit down at that location. Thus he proved that she was not in the way of their illegal investigation just moments prior to his assault of a civilian. Yes, the officer assaulted an unarmed civilian with no legal cause. She was tased because attempted to defend herself. It is not an assault on a officer if the officer initiates the illegal confrontation.
Yes there are good police officers and bad officers. Yes there are officers that make poor decisions. This is probably the latter. It does not make it any the less illegal.
 May 1, 2015 at 11:55am
boriszz33-Never mind I found it-but thanks anyway-Interesing still!
 May 1, 2015 at 11:50am
boriszz33-Interesting-would you be willing to share your source for Mosby being 4 mos on the job & her husband being on the City Council? Just need to verify before passing it on. I would appreciate it very much, and Thank You.
 April 5, 2015 at 12:27pm
Happy Easter RJJ to you and your family-Agree-I had to chuckle-Seemed to me that “Charles” had a tough time keeping a straight face, which made me smile. This was nice on such a joyous morning.
Hi RJJ-I keep missing you-Lots of Trolls out on this one..more than usual it seems.
I did read a different article on this law that I did not agree with, but it did beg a couple of questions. I posted them on another story but basiclly this-How far does a law like this go?
The 1 example that really made me think was the anethesiologist withholding /refusing to administer drugs to a person w/a defect because they believed birth defects were God’s punishment. No problem except if it was a rural hospital or the only hospital your insurance provided coverage. AND “Do No Harm” doesn’t apply any more than the Cardiologist who refused to put a stent in Captain Bill when he was receiving chemo because the Cardiologist said he “didn’t treat dying people.” (He died later and from something different than what this man was referring to.)
I support this law. The courts have taken away our rights to faith, but I still have that niggling little question of how far does it go? And I also worry about the definition as it applies to “faith.” Do Satan, Sun, tires, money or any “thing or being” worshipers have the same beliefs & faith rights deemed to Christians and Jews? Who decides? The courts so recklessly have taken away ALL our faith rights. Now who is going to protect them and how? And who is to be protected? Just asking.
 March 29, 2015 at 12:50pm
This law does offer a much needed “fix” for those choosing to follow their faith, and to do so without penalty, i.e. not baking a cake or taking photographs for same-sex marriages. The family owned bakery in Oregon that is now defunct is a classic example of the courts stripping personal rights to faith. The penalty was senseless, petty, and cruel. Further, it was unnecessary. The couple won no victory-they closed a business down, one they had done business with, many times before. This incident gave rise to laws like this.
However, this law can pose questions and my questions are “What is a belief or faith?” and “Where does it stop?” Does it legitimately include a Catholic pharmacist who refuses to fill a birth control prescription because the Catholic church opposes chemical or other birth control? Or what about an anesthesiologist who refuses to administer the drugs to a person with an infirmity because he/she believes birth defects are punishments from God? Yes one can go elsewhere, but the scenario could be in a rural setting, or insurance may only cover that hospital; the point is where or does it stop?
Are Scientology, Satan, Sun, Tires, money, worshipers of any item, thing, or being defined as “faith” the same as the faith of Christians or Jews? While I loathe the courts for removing our rights, I also see the dilemma of defining faith and where or if this law covers everything. Just wondering.
You raise a good point here. If I were the King of the USA I would point to our constitution and say religious freedom MUST be upheld and long as it doesn't cause direct harm to others such as human sacrifices and such since it must apply to the life, liberty and pursuit of happiness clause. The constitution does not say that freedom of religion only applies to the Christian Faith or the Jewish or the Muslim faith. So in answer to your question a Catholic Pharmacist would be allowed to not give out birth control. MAXIMUM freedom. If you have a religious objection to something, you would not be forced by anyone to go against that. Now with that freedom also come MAXIMUM responsibility. So if people elected to go somewhere else to buy a cake and you go out of business well so be it. Or people go to a different Pharmacy or buy all their drugs on-line and you lose business, well so be it.
If you worship the sun ok, worship the sun, but if the sun tells you to kill your neighbor, that violates the constitution. We HAVE to stop this nonsense of taking away peoples freedom to practice their religion just because we disagree with it. THAT is tyranny!
So you are saying Governor Pence is a bald-faced liar? Because if anything he has said in the last two days has any meaning at all, it is that this law was never intended to give legal cover to whackadoos who think that God told them to violate local civil rights statutes, no, uh uh, no way, that's not what it is about at all, where did you ever get that idea? So, if the law really would offer a fix to business owners who refuse to serve gay customers, that would mean that Governor Pence is a mealy-mouthed, hypocritical dirtbag.
 March 26, 2015 at 11:44am
I guess you don’t like snark.
 March 25, 2015 at 11:33am
With their high skills & job backgrounds, I am sure the 5MILLION ILLEGALS Obama has now made legal will easily find jobs in these professions.
Did you even look at the map or read the article? Walmart is the largest employer in 20 States.
 March 25, 2015 at 11:30am
Obama will read this Poll as The Palestinians want ME as their President, and they want to be our 58th State. I’ll just Pen an Executive Order or Action-Congress won’t do anything anyway-and I’ll give them all Social Security Cards, Tax Credits and they can vote Democratic in 2016.
Jeh “Duh” Johnson sounds English but he’s Muslim. I thought being Muslim was a requirement for being appointed by Obama-al-Hussein? I could be wrong though Gonzo. All those Muslims supposedly working for him COULD be pretend ones. Ya think?
 March 24, 2015 at 1:20pm
Starbucks should practice what they preach- their Leadership Team is: 5% Black;16% Women; 75%White Men OOPS! http://t.co/oC3rbh44XP
 March 24, 2015 at 1:15pm
I suppose finding my other black leather glove is probably clear out of the question?