"What difference does it make?"
Then we should rename it "Hillary R. Clinton Elementary".
 April 24, 2016 at 11:31pm
Someone DID do a study, and they found that felons register disproportionately as Democrats. In New York, 71.5% of ex-felons registered as Democrats, while only 9% registered as Republicans. However, if you figure the percentage of Democrats among those who registered as one party of the other, it’s closer to 79%. I think it would be fairly safe to assume that independents, third parties, and undeclared would break along the same lines.
 April 24, 2016 at 1:57am
An honest attorney general would prosecute the IBEW for extortion under RICO, have them declared a criminal organization, and order them disbanded.
Too bad we don’t have an honest attorney general.
 April 22, 2016 at 11:59pm
I would have at least put a couple of rounds through the back window. Even if he missed hitting the driver, the bullet holes would make the car much easier to identify later.
 April 22, 2016 at 11:44pm
“In America, if you’re smart, you just tell them to go to hell.”
…and if they don’t get the message, you can offer to send them there.
 April 22, 2016 at 2:44am
Google ‘fake hate crime.’ It returns 6.5 million results.
 April 21, 2016 at 12:16am
Poar Denise! She cain’t hep it. She wuz born with a silver speculum up her ****.
Pore Cecile! She cain’t hep it! She wuz born with a silver speculum up her ****!
 April 18, 2016 at 11:52pm
sbenard, the main reason you will never be a libertarian is that you don’t even know what a libertarian is or what one stands for. On the subject of marriage, libertarians don’t believe that people should be forced to accept gay marriage. Libertarians believe that marriage is a holy sacrament of the church and is therefore none of the government’s damned business.
If you want to get married, all you need is a minister, priest, rabbi, shaman, sea captain, or Amway salesman to perform a ceremony, someone to voluntarily furnish a venue, and someone to voluntarily sell you a cake and food for the reception. If someone doesn’t want your business FOR ANY REASON, that’s their prerogative. If you choose not to do business with a particular baker, caterer, or florist because you don’t like their politics, that’s YOUR prerogative. The government shouldn’t be in the business of forcing anyone to enter into a contract with anyone else.
If you want to draw up a standard (or nonstandard) partnership contract with mutual ownership and inheritance of assets, and mutual durable powers of attorney, etc., that’s fine. This can be done between any two or more individuals. It’s none of your or my business.
 April 17, 2016 at 7:18pm
Hey, Bushy, I heard Chester is boycotting NC because they won’t let him put on a dress and follow little girls into the bathroom.
 April 17, 2016 at 7:13pm
I agree. Just say no. If they try to use muscle, call in the state police and call up the National Guard to stand up to them.
 April 17, 2016 at 12:25am
Odds are AT LEAST 1 out of the 12 “refugees” is an ISIS sympathizer, if not a full member, who would like nothing more than to behead this Marxist moron.
I can’t say I’d like to see it happen. That doesn’t mean I WOULDN’T like to see it happen; I just can’t say it.