So many clairvoyants and soothsayers… all predicting how a Trump presidency will turn out… Where were you all before and during the current pResident’s terms? Unable to correctly predict what was so obvious to many; yet we’re supposed to believe you now?
A lot of voters stayed home last time, and we got more of OneBigAssMistakeAmerica!! At least Trump is a builder, not a fundamentally changing destroyer.
Unlike every other candidate, he’s using mostly his own funds; and IF he does get to play some golf while in office, I doubt he’ll be using Air Force One which your annual income tax bill couldn’t keep in the air for 5 minutes! Yes! 5 MINUTES! Do the math.. Does no-one even get that BHO is leaving our heirs with an “irresponsible and unpatriotic” debt which will have DOUBLED under his reign? Does no-one remember BHO’s favorite words (HALF, DOUBLE) during his initial run?
Soothsayers… NOT! Bunch of SOOTsayers more interested in wallowing in a country where the takers are now out-numbering the makers — how in Hades does anyone think THAT is going to work out in the next ballot count?
Other than OPINIONS; WHAT do you MAKE Justin?
August 28, 2015 at 7:59am
Glenn Beck: Why is this issue even news? How about asking why virtually no pastor ever preaches on my favorite Bible passages? The Song of Solomon… Too erotic? Maybe Trump likes that one too… How long before prudes want to remove it from the Word?
That's true. They might as well worship him. For heaven's sake, if Muhammad's actions are worthy of emulation as Islam clearly teaches, and if it is against Muslim law to criticize the prophet (death penalty), how can I conclude anything but that they do worship him? What difference does it make showing an image of Muhammad, if he is treated like God anyway? What makes them think they don't worship him just because they hyperventilate over not making an image of him?
December 4, 2014 at 8:27am
“Obama called the $9 trillion… irresponsible… unpatriotic.”
Drinking from his own Common Core KoolAid…
My 1950s math says that $9T cut (divided) by 2/3 is $27T…. Nearly there…
Is “2/3″ O’s new math? While running for office, everything was HALF and TWICE…
 December 4, 2014 at 8:09am
* This product requires engine HEAT to generate its 1000W,
* Assume 1000W is 1% of engine output.
* If tank not running, engine MUST run to generate this 1000W.
* Burn 100,000W of fuel energy to save… er… generate 1000W.
Can someone explain the Return on Investment calculation again?
There is very little data in this article about a "secret" technology, which in reality means we are not getting much at all from the data point of view. The key to a thermoelectric system is not necessarily "engine heat", but just plain "heat". Meaning anything that produces adequate heat will do...it doesn't have to be something like a vehicle engine driving a tank AND making heat. This would be an ultimate hybrid or "alternative energy" vehicle, using the thermoelectiric device to power a drive train instead of a whole slug of batteries, internal combustion engine and/or a traditional generator, and a probably very small but efficient and intense heat source, including nuclear. This is actually very promising, more for commercial use than just military, but for better or worse, the gov't currently "owns" it and ain't talking.
Spend billion$$ in YOUR PRIVATE-CITIZEN LEGAL TAXDOLLARS for engineering and billion$$ to produce just ONE FOR TEST...then SPEND BILLIONS FOR LIMITED PRODUCTION... to save ???????? what?????
 October 13, 2014 at 10:26am
At a minimum, you’re missing or deliberately ignoring these questions:
Is requested service one you normally provide?
Do you reserve the right to surcharge for non-standard service?
Should a “protected class” have the right to demand products/services not normally provided by a business? What do you think would be the response if a car manufacturer was asked to deliver a vehicle painted with the LGBT rainbow? I’ll bet it won’t be “Sure. That’s a FREE option.” — at least not yet.
If protected classes have the right to such demands, then shouldn’t ANYone have the same rights?
I’ll bet this company wouldn’t print “Freakishly Arrogant Gays Suck” T-shirts either.. But pro-LGBT decisions also allow for such demands… such a T-shirt would be an opinion v. one that reads “I hate Freakishly Arrogant Gays” which would be declared hate speech — Live by the sword, die by the sword (which tend to be double-edged)…
In this case, the “service” is based on Christian beliefs. If a client wants non-Christian services, then GO ELSEWHERE or be prepared to PAY through the nose for this company’s non-standard (as they define it) service.
I’m sick and tired of these attacks from the Lacking Godly Belief Tactics crowd.
 August 21, 2014 at 9:10am
“The law requires places of public accommodation to offer their services to customers without regard to race, color, religion or national origin,” Elizabeth Cavell, an attorney who works for the atheist legal firm, told KTHV-TV.
So… FFRF is an organization which is clearly wanting to affect public accommodation of a religious nature… doesn’t that make them in violation of the very law they use as the basis of their arguments?
 August 5, 2014 at 11:10am
You obviously have not followed Jason… saw this coming many months ago… the only unknown/surprise was the date&time.
Unlike GB, RL, SH, etc who I also like, Jason had a plan, and implemented it BEFORE quitting… Join GALT.IO and learn instead of acting like a CNN shill.
 July 22, 2014 at 11:10am
Sometime in the ’60s, I remember walking around a depression in the sidewalk as we were going in to see a movie. When we came out, the depression was FILLED in.. about 2″ deep of these flies and there wasn’t even a 1/2″ square on any wall/window that wasn’t covered.
I believe you! lol
 July 22, 2014 at 10:54am
They’re called ShadFlies in some areas… interestingly, they molt and leave empty skins…
 July 22, 2014 at 10:50am
Grew up with these… cute li’l critters with twin tails about as long as their bodies. They were easy to pick up by the wings for closer examination. At night, so many fly around the street lights that the lights are hard to see… Driving was a constant snap, crackle and pop… although sometimes slick as ice
 July 21, 2014 at 5:47pm
Anyone been lucky to have their IRS tax records lost due to HD crashes? Anyone?? …. (crickets)
 July 12, 2014 at 9:19am
“How to kill… er… fundamentally reform a country” includes depleting its resources via:
* spending, spending, spending
* blocking REAL work
* Robing Head politicians
* good people trying to “help” the pawns… er… children
* asking charitable groups to spend their limited resources which can’t be replenished by taxation
* quietly de-fanging the STOCK Act to resume pilfering
* supporting factions (& countries) v. supporting our own ______
* …. and the list goes on… and on…. and on…
 July 11, 2014 at 7:03am
“The Associated Press had reviewed the material ahead of its release.”
To have the MSM scripts ready at release?
 June 14, 2014 at 10:13am
Reasons most believe WH & MSM “birther” position:
1. his BC “facts” (date, location, etc) are easy to “prove” or “disprove”, so confusion reigns.
2. keep reason 1 at the fore, and the real reasons to disbelieve the authenticity are overshadowed.
BUT, here are some of my additional reasons why the supposed BC was really hand-crafted and can NOT be a copy of any original:
- evidence of “white on green” printing — anyone know of a printer that prints in WHITE ink over a colored background?
- the “typed” data was done with two different typewriters — NO, I’m not talking about the character shapes as others have tried to prove. Rather, typewriters are FIXED font/spacing devices; close examination shows that some characters have different spacing… this is IMPOSSIBLE unless hand-crafted on PhotoShop or similar program.
- unless the person doing the typing used a little-known feature of typewriters (half-spacing), the BC was typed in TWO passes AND on TWO different typewriters at minimum.
- there is a white “halo” effect around most of the text which doesn’t happen when a document is printed onto “security paper” such as http://www.amazon.com/Green-2×11-24lb-Basketweave-Security-Paper/dp/B000RT
 June 14, 2014 at 9:23am
SIGH… and the missing reasons the IRS is absolutely lying:
7. Reasons 1-6 apply only to the IRS servers and therefore only cover emails sent WITHIN the IRS.
8. Emails sent/received by the IRS servers (6 publicly visible) to/from the Whitehouse servers (6 here too) are ALSO backed up on the WH servers.
9. Repeat reason 8 for IRS FEC (2 servers), IRS Capitol Hill Dem**, and any other external** (non-IRS) servers.
** post the part of their email address after the “@” and I’ll tell you the number of visible servers there too.
10. With so many disparate servers and backups, it is IMPOSSIBLE to lose ALL Lerner emails without human intervention; which is probably why it took all this time to find… er, lose… them all.
11. Any email user wanting to recover a lost email would get very irate if IT couldn’t restore it overnight at the worst.