dean wonders why after a fast start he went down fast, his self said anxiety attack when he was inaugurated he was overwhelmed as gov cant imagine him he have a stroke if inaugurated president. then followed up with his weird outbursts
 June 19, 2015 at 10:07am
De Toqueville talked about this in Democracy in America. He said, “Capitalism and socialism are in complete opposition except for one thing: Equality. The difference is that capitalism seeks equality through liberty. Socialism seeks equality through restraint and servitude.”
Did she say Angie Aparo gave her a hug? The “Spaceship”, “Cry” guy?
 May 5, 2015 at 8:17pm
Pearson. I should have known. These guys should just change their name to Indoctrination Book and Test, Inc.
 April 28, 2015 at 5:32pm
Oh, gosh, that pic of Julian Castro…so depressing that he was our mayor…but I see he feels right at home with his commie brother Barry.
April 21, 2015 at 8:52am
At this very moment, I reading the story of Alma and Amulek in the Book of Mormon. Right in front of their eyes Alma and Amulek are witnessing faithful, Christian men, women, and children thrown into the fire and destroyed. Amulek asks, “How can we witness this awful scene? Therefore let us stretch forth our hands, and exercise the power of God which is in us, and save them from the flames.” Alma is restrained by the Spirit and says, ” the Lord receiveth them up unto himself, in glory; and he doth suffer that they may do this thing, or that the people may do this thing unto them, according to the hardness of their hearts, that the judgments which he shall exercise upon them in his wrath may be just; and the blood of the innocent shall stand as a witness against them, yea, and cry mightily against them at the last day.” I believe that it will happen to the wicked people in ISIS. They will receive their punishment. These righteous who have died are martyrs unto the Lord. The evil will be judged and they will be found without mercy in the last day.
ISSIS already has it's judgment.... ALL humans are "LONG-PORK" ... guess whom they have been living/working/etc.. with since the 9th-century.... .
Apostle Bruce R. McConkie says “Now, it is no secret that many false and vain and foolish things are being taught in the sectarian world and even among us about our need to gain a special relationship with the Lord Jesus. … In an effort to be truer than true they devote themselves to gaining a special, personal relationship with Christ that is both improper and perilous.” – “Our Relationship With The Lord,”
McConkie says, in the same speech:
"Another peril is that [they] begin to pray directly to Christ because of some special friendship they feel has been developed. In this connection a current and unwise book, which advocates gaining a special relationship with Jesus, contains this sentence: `Because the Savior is our mediator, our prayers go through Christ to the Father, and the Father answers our prayers through His Son.' This is plain sectarian nonsense. Our prayers are addressed to the Father, and to Him only. They do not go through Christ, ..."
Apostle Bruce R. McConkie says
"We worship the Father and him only and no one else. We do not worship the Son and we do not worship the Holy Ghost. I know perfectly well what the scriptures say about worshipping Christ and Jehovah, but they are speaking in an entirely different sense -- the sense of standing in awe and being reverentially grateful to Him who has redeemed us" - "Our Relationship With The Lord," a devotional speech given March 2, 1982, at Brigham Young University
[-2] April 10, 2015 at 2:02pm
He tazed him only twice? I’m surprised that he wasn’t tazed like 9 more times–insubordinate, entitled, brat. 17 or not, he was not complying. If he wants to avoid charges he needs to REMAIN SILENT. Please, remain silent.
How would remaining silent have been any better? He wanted an assurance that he wouldn't be touched (assaulted). How exactly would shutting up and sitting still resulted in a different outcome?
 April 5, 2015 at 12:37pm
There’s a reason why the Riddick movies don’t make money and the Furious ones do:
–The Riddick movies are cynical, atheistic, and banal.
–The Furious movies are fun, family-oriented, and loaded with action.
Only reason I watched any of the riddick movies was for the cute girls cast in it
 April 5, 2015 at 9:10am
The irony here is that about 6 hours before the game, Jay Bilas was on ESPN radio lauding the class, poise and commitment of these Kentucky players saying, “if these guys were on Duke or Wisconsin, we would be praising them and admiring their mature and steadfast manners. But because they wear Kentucky uniforms, we tend to dismiss that.” Perhaps Jay spoke too soon. Maybe they should all come back next year and try again (translation: give up the NBA fortune for a year) and they might make another run.
 April 3, 2015 at 5:46pm
You know, I used to tease Jason Chaffetz when I used to work with him back in 1993/1994 at a local Utah company. Now I have nothing but respect for him. He has been dogged in his defense of our civil liberties and I’m happy to say that I am an acquaintance of his. I want to be stronger in my defense of the gloriously divine Constitution, and condemn tyranny where’er it exists.
Yeah well he is my Rep. here in Provo and I am not pleased with him at all. Bluffdale is still open. Stingray is still here. Transients and meth are all over this city. Defense of civil liberties? For whom? NSA is still tracking everything we do. So since you know him, tell him I think he is worthless, and that he doesn't represent me, my family, or my community.
April 3, 2015 at 9:12am
I disagree. The book is not difficult to read if you are an ardent reader. Yes, it’s elevated, but I enjoy that; too often the complexities of war and strategy are made too simple and we may run the risk of deeming it immaterial and be dismissive about it. I want the full exposition from experts in all its density and complete incorporation. As Francis Bacon said, “Read not to contradict…nor to believe and take for granted…but to weigh and consider”.
March 23, 2015 at 11:31pm
I got 15 out of 55.
Punch Drunk Love
12 Years a Slave
The Godfather Part II
2001: A Space Odyssey
The Usual Suspects
I have to admit, of the 15 I knew, I’ve only seen 6. Of the 40 I didn’t know, I’ve only seen 10 of those films. And I’ve seen a lot of movies.
 March 21, 2015 at 11:16pm
I thought he was going to invite her to celebrate with him. “C’mon, we’ll go hit all the cool spots in Louisville, paint the town red–yeah, yeah, I know I’m not THAT Tony Parker, but…” That’s the impression I got.
Of course. But we are racists for contemplating the obvious.
So you know for a fact she didn't?
 March 10, 2015 at 6:40pm
After comparing the 2 songs, the beat appears to be the same as Marvin’s. According to copyright laws, very few bars have to be similar in order for someone to infringe on intellectual property. Intentional or not, that beat could have been stored up in Pharrell’s noggin and come out as “Blurred Lines” in the studio. Ironically, he could have payed the Gaye family $60,000 (or some preset amount) to sample that beat way ahead of time and that would have been the end of it. (Personally, I’m glad. Robin and Pharrell thrust that filthy track onto America’s psyche and they should be punished– :)
pacard: millions of thumbs up for your last line. My 7 year old daughter was singing the words before I could turn it off. That song and one other are why we DO NOT listen to music radio anymore. On the other hand, now both my kids know Rush Limbaugh by voice alone.
It does have the same beat, but they don't sample it, so this is uncharted territory. The drumbeat is the same, and the bass line is close but not quite the same. Marvin Gaye was a great artist and Got to Give It Up was one of his most influential songs. I like to see his family get all that they deserve, but never before in the history of music has anybody been been convicted of plagiarism for using the same drum line.
 March 1, 2015 at 4:46pm
Hey, at least they’re saying ISIS (instead of ISIL) in the skit. Much better than the President can do. His entire administration is satire.