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  • November 8, 2013 at 3:26pm

    I recently watched a Stossel episode on TV which persuaded me that private entities almost always outperform government ones. This article just reinforces that idea. A private company would not do something like this because they know they would be held accountable and be expected to correct the problem on their own dime or else they would get a bad reputation and would have trouble finding future work.

  • July 19, 2013 at 9:04am

    Chris Matthews says he is proud to have Val Nicholas and Michael Steel as colleagues! Why wouldn’t he be proud? Does he really have to say that? Does the fact that Matthews is proud of his black co-workers make him extra special? I am white and some of my good friends at work are black. I never thought anything about it, but I guess by being friends with blacks it must make me extra special.

  • July 14, 2013 at 12:18am

    Martin Luther King wanted men judged by the content of their character and not by the color of their skin, and I say ‘Amen!’
    Al Sharpton is the opposite of Reverend King. Al Sharpton has done more to set race relations back than anyone.
    Note: I am told Al Sharpton put together a deal where he gets money from Travon Martin’s now trademarked name. Surprise, surprise.

  • July 3, 2013 at 12:11am

    Obamacare is such a train wreck that parts of it are being delayed until after the 2014 election in order to preserve votes. Taking action like this treats the American electorate like they are idiots. The democrats assume voters are stupid and strategize accordingly. Unfortunately, they are on to something, because they keep winning.

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  • June 20, 2013 at 3:42pm

    Yes, she has the right to represent all of her constituency, including people of different religious faiths and political perspectives. However, that is not the issue here. The issue is that she keeps yelling that she is catholic from the rooftops and then supporting legislation contrary to that belief. If she is for abortion, that is certainly her perogative, but not when it is done in the name of the church.

  • June 6, 2013 at 5:39pm

    Starting over with either a flat tax or Fair tax makes perfect sense and would bless this nation and its people mightily. Unfortunately, designing and controlling the tax code is a great source of power. Legislators would sooner give up the air they breathe then give up power.

  • April 7, 2013 at 9:49am

    The only good thing I got out of college was meeting my wife. My degree in business management was a waste. I finally gave up trying to use it and got a union factory job. I love my job and make more money than most of my fellow graduates.

  • April 1, 2013 at 1:15am

    I’ll take quite over noise any day. I’d rather be able to talk with another rider then yell over the noise. And if I want to a ride through a curvy mountain road that has a river next to it, I’d rather listen to the rapids than my motor. If I’m driving through downtown, I’d rather listen to the sounds of the city than my engine.

  • March 20, 2013 at 11:51pm

    Opps. CVS, not CVC.

  • March 20, 2013 at 11:50pm

    There are lots of things that contribute to health care costs. Obesity is one. Others include; alcohol intake; drug use, sexual activity, and more. Are CVC employees going to be held accountable for all the things that contribute to their health, or just their weight?

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  • March 19, 2013 at 4:51pm

    Sin in many forms will usher in the second coming of Christ. These sins include: the killing of millions of unborn children; people’s coveting the fruits of the laborer but unwilling to work themselves; licentiousness, as evidenced by Hollywood’s conduct and film industry; the breakdown of the family, homosexuality; and more. What’s interesting is that all of these ills have and are being ushered in by liberals and progressives.

  • March 7, 2013 at 4:00pm

    It has become so common for me I am never terrified anymore, just uncomfortable. Trying to fall back to sleep is an option I don’t try much because I am quite alert during the episodes and want to desperatly change positions.

  • March 6, 2013 at 12:35pm

    Also, I now have a monitor in my room so my family can more easily here me cry out. Unfortunately I am a shift worker who works nights half the time and get my sleep during the day when I am home alone. These are the times I usually suffer paralysis and have no one to help me.

    Also, I know what it is like to have amnesia. A few time I have been paralyzed and didn’t know who I was but was aware that I would gain my memory back once I broke free.

    Sorry to run on so long. This is a big disruption in my life and I wasn’t expecting to see an article about it in the Blaze.

  • March 6, 2013 at 12:24pm

    This happens to me all of the time and I hate it. I have literally experienced sleep paralysis thousands of times. I have learned to never sleep with the covers over my face or any any position that might interfere with my breathing because I know I could be stuck that way for 1 to 20 minutes. I have learned to fight my way through it but it is not easy. Moving even a little use to help, but now I have to practically get my arms and legs moving to break free. I have developed the ability to cry out when I am paralyzed. My wife and children know to come running and shake me free. The doctors say they cannot help me.

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  • February 25, 2013 at 5:14pm

    The product of liberalism. Much more to come.

  • February 21, 2013 at 9:10pm

    Hmm…I am a reasonable enough person to think you may be right and I am wrong. However, a few years ago I asked a man I knew if he would be willing to serve as a boy scout leader. He was an eagle scout as a youth and had enrolled his oldest son in scouts. He was a veterinarian and talented in many different hobbies. He declined and in confidence let me know that he suffers from same sex attraction. This stunned me because he was married with children. Whether he was happily married I can only guess. Whether his wife knew of his situation, I don’t know. But for him he seemed quite happy and successful and his children adored him.
    However, I don’t know what went on behind closed doors and am willing to admit you may be right

  • February 21, 2013 at 6:54am

    People should trust God and pair up with someone of the opposite sex.

    I’m as hetero sexual as they come and happily married to a wonderful woman. But if I lived in an alternate universe where men were partners with men and women with women and those were the kind of relationships from which offspring came and God wanted me in that situation, I’d make it work.

    But in this universe where a man and a woman create children it works out pretty well for me. I am attracted to 22 year old cute women who weigh about 113 pounds. Therefore I married one. That was 28 years ago. My wife is now fifty years old and not a 113 pounds. I wish I could magically snap my fingers and make her that way again, because those parameters are my ideal attraction. But of course I can’t. But after all we now share in common including our children and life’s experiences, I love her more than ever.

    Orgasm and sex isn’t everything that a marriage needs to be about.

    I know of gay men who had children from relationships with women but later decided to become exclusive with men. If sex with a woman is so unappealing to them, how did they even muster the ability to do what it takes to get a woman pregnant?

    I don’t see how a gay man, who believes in God can’t find a woman to make his best friend. Best friends then help each other along and take care of each other’s needs, even if things aren’t perfect. The result can lead to children who are part you and part your best frie

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  • February 17, 2013 at 11:29pm

    This was so very predictable. SNL is a pretentious show which should have been cancelled years ago. I remember when President Ford tripped and it was caught on camera. Chevy Chase then did scene after scene acting as President Ford tripping. It was childish actually. SNL also treated President Bush as gaff prone when in reality he doesn’t hold a candle to Obama. SNL gives Obama almost a free ride and then picks on Rubio because he sipped water. SNL–a total waste of time.

  • February 10, 2013 at 11:50pm

    Despite the blindness of so many low-information voters and the shameful conduct of the main stream media, I still believe in doing what is right and trying our best to bring the truth to light. Though in a moment of discouragement I wrote that “none of this matters”, I actually believe in not giving up. We should keep fighting and get the information out there and hope for the best. Maybe the people will wake up and recognize that the only products of the current administration are less freedom and increased misery.

  • February 10, 2013 at 8:32pm

    Unfortunately none of this matters. You could have the most incriminating evidence possible against someone from the democratic party and the majority of the people just don’t care anymore. Also, Hard disturbing evidence against the left will either be denied, spun or ignored by the media.

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