Like the progressives, we’ve got to keep up the fight and play long ball. It may not happen in our lifetime, but maybe our children’s.
 July 29, 2015 at 4:20pm
Iran’s “part of the agreement” is that they continue to develop their nuclear weapon quietly, and when we ask to inspect one of their facilities, they get 3 weeks to clean up beforehand. And we will lift sanctions so they can fund their terrorist programs and “Death to America / Death to Israel” rallies.
 July 29, 2015 at 1:24am
Progressive mind programming is very successful in metropolitan areas.
 July 29, 2015 at 1:21am
why would you have your holster unsnapped? You think the guy had a train mangle his legs to lure you in for a robbery??
 July 28, 2015 at 4:08pm
I think Jamestown is a lot more significant historically than “the town where Pocahontas was married”!
Call me crazy, but I think it would make more sense to invite those candidates that are most likely to represent the values of those attending the event. Clinton and Bush would be towards the bottom of that list.
There you go again....applying logic. Logic is so outdated. Now you must weigh every decision against the amount of backlash you get from the real Christians versus the silence you can accrue from the liberal media.
Both are important measures but silence from the left is overrated.
Think again. The larger a religious organization the more diluted and secular they tend to become.
Like to see what they list as values that are important to them. If they think that Shillary Clinton would represent any of them, then they are just as delusional as the voters of NYC who put DiBlasio in office. But then again there is the Westboro Baptist Church.....
Agree, they should have invited the top 10% of the candidates that align with their values (I am perplexed why they would even consider atheists i.e. Clinton).
We used to have a running joke in the South that was asked like so:
Are you a Baptist or a Republican?
Just another cash-for-Christ organization. Far too many.
Southern Baptists have strayed far from their biblical roots...inviting the Abortion supporting progressives like Clinton and Bush shows that the christians in this convention are more interested in power and being politically correct than standing and expanding the Kingdom of God according to the principals laid out by our Lord Jesus Christ.
My guess is their key concern at that convention now is whether or not the bible lets them frock homosexual pastors.....
Sad....very sad...implosion of what used to be a christian group that used to really stand for the principals of scripture....now...they are a pathetic joke..
POLLS RUN TROLLS-AND THAT'S ALL THAT'S LEFT OUT THERE ARE TROLLS! Even religious groups have become dumbed down--there is no independent thinking any longer--What a shambles our country has become!!!
Ha Ha Ha oh they mad bro, can't stand conservatives.
Don't feel bad Ted, Jesus wasn't invited either.
I hear the Main Topic on the Baptist Agenda is, how to stop the De-Funding of Planned Parenthood.
Who cares? Neither one have a prayer...christian, Jewish or none.
 July 28, 2015 at 3:43pm
Jon Stewart, Executive Director, Office of Propaganda, Obama Administration
 July 28, 2015 at 10:31am
What makes you think The Blaze supports this guy? If this story is your idea of proof of support, then according to your logic, the site also supports Obama, Mitch McConnell and Planned Parenthood as I’ve seen stories about them today.
Do you see any opposition, explicit or implicit, anywhere in the article? Any opposing point of view?
The articles about Planned Parenthood are actually about the undercover video. Why would that make someone draw the conclusion that they support the organization being exposed. Same with articles about Obama. They’re generally exposing something negative.
I’m sorry, but your conclusions you draw from his logic seem terribly simplistic.
@Since.I.Gave.Up.Hope.I.Feel.A.Lot.Better - I always hope for journalists to offer neither support nor opposition when reporting on something. I do not care about their opinion, just the veracity of what they are reporting on.
I find neither support nor opposition in this piece.
Now, having said that, an opinion piece is a whole different ball o' wax...
That's a good thing to hope for but rarely achieved, IMO. Even in the kinds of articles an author consistently chooses to publish, one can draw conclusions about their position. And then if the content offers no balanced perspective, it makes it that much easier.
The point I was intending to make about opposition isn't that of the author but rather that of a counter-perspective. As written, it's one sided. Only hint of opposition is this rather vague and weak statement:
"...The debate over Bell and his theology continues, as some question the former pastor’s devotion to the Bible..."
Hallowell has made his position clear time after time, never explicitly but plenty clear through implication.
 July 28, 2015 at 10:23am
It’s hyperbole. Don’t take it literally.
July 28, 2015 at 10:21am
show me where in the nuptials it says the husband can have sex with his wife any time he wants. educated, my ass.
July 28, 2015 at 10:19am
you are a repulsive scumbag.
July 28, 2015 at 10:16am
I don’t give a crap what case law says then or now. If I or anyone else threw their wife down and had sex with them without their consent, it’s rape. Then and now and forever.
 July 28, 2015 at 10:12am
“You cannot rape your spouse,” Cohen continued. “There’s very clear case law.”
Are you ****ing kidding me?? If those words came out of my lawyers mouth, he’d be fired on the spot.
Marital rape hasn't always been illegal. It's always been immoral, but now it's illegal in all 50 states.
Marital rape is illegal in all 50 US states today.
It's interesting that Donald Trump's lawyer is using similar arguments as Islamic extremists that use Shira law to insist a man has a right to force himself on his wife.
It’s very telling that Donald Strumpet supporters think it’s okay to use force and violence for sex.
Donald Strumpet supporters are showing their lack of morals, by supporting spousal rape by equivocating it to a necessity like breathing.
"Oh my gosh ! He raped his own wife ! What’s he guilty of next… BREATHING ?"
 July 28, 2015 at 10:04am
This video makes me feel physically ill. It’s just horrible.
 July 28, 2015 at 9:50am
Sometimes I think Dr. Joseph Mengele would blanche at what occurs in Planned Parenthood clinics.