When I order stuff from Amazon, I get it in 2 or 3 days. Honestly, that’s unacceptable? Geez. I think that’s pretty durned good.
 January 1, 2015 at 1:48pm
There’s no way the “authorities” would make Muslims participate in the St. Patrick’s Day parade, for example.
December 29, 2014 at 10:57pm
It’s Noah’s Ark!
 December 20, 2014 at 12:42am
I completely lost it when the one chick talked about asking President Obama to “pork my caw.”
 November 21, 2014 at 10:10pm
I missed your comment before posting my own below about names like “Taijon.” You’re right, if that isn’t a tipoff, then neither is the story’s pic of a black guy in an orange jumper.
 November 21, 2014 at 10:05pm
The guy that was shot and killed was named Taijon. That’s a racial tipoff since whites still use common and biblical names for their children, rather than newly created words. The different cultures prefer certain kinds of names, and this helps us identify suspects in stories like this. It’s not a racist statement, just reality.
I am not a LEO from that state, but some states have laws where the perps are charged with "murder" or "manslaughter" charges no matter who is killed in the process of committing a crime.
Like in Texas for instance you have 3 perps involved inside a bank robbery, a driver outside in the running car. One of the perps inside fires his weapon and kills a bank worker or customer, then all four perps are charged with murder.
In Texas if a home invader is shot the others can be charged with murder, must be similiar there?
A felony homicide someone killed in the commission of a felony robbery, his accomplish .
November 7, 2014 at 9:47pm
Interesting idea. Unfortunately, unless the baker refuses to accept payment for the cake, no matter who bakes it, he’s going to feel that he’s violating his religious convictions anyway. He would have to hand it off to someone else and they would have to deal with the couple directly, otherwise it’s no different. It’s (kind of) like with the Amish: you can’t own a phone or use a phone in your home, or drive a car, but you can go to your neighbour’s house and use HIS phone? Or have him drive you in his car? Or use his power tools? What the what????? :-P
[-1] November 7, 2014 at 9:30pm
This story is enlightening. Perhaps there are lessons here for all of us.
That’s the problem, it’s not private anymore. The gay demand is not that others tolerate what they do in their private lives, but that everyone MUST embrace, approve, endorse, celebrate, and otherwise PUBLICLY PROMOTE their chosen lifestyle or suffer the consequences. This includes businesses being destroyed, people being fined and going to jail. How is that either “private” or “tolerant?”
Exactly....When the perverts decided to force good people to accept their mental disorder as normal, they crossed the line and brought the "hate" on themselves. Just couldn't leave well enough alone.
 November 7, 2014 at 9:17pm
This kind of thing is what that form of depravity craves. We should expect to see much more of this in the coming months and years.
 November 6, 2014 at 10:37pm
I like the guy. A lot. But I don’t think he should run for President. He has NO political experience, though some might say that’s a plus. However, I don’t think he can win. On the other hand, if he runs enough and holds political offices in the interim, perhaps one day he would be a good choice.
 November 5, 2014 at 11:19pm
Yes, this is an important distinction. I am a Christian sole-proprietor and I have several gay clients. They are people that I like and with whom I have nice conversations in their homes. But here’s the important point: when I tune their pianos, they are NOT requiring me to endorse, embrace, approve or otherwise promote their lifestyle simply by performing that service for them. Nor would it occur to them (I’m certain) to FORCE me to promote their lifestyle. Whenever we see this happen, bakeries, photographers, etc., you can be sure it’s being done by activists with a political agenda, and not the typical gay person who is living life day by day. If I were asked to participate (participate = endorse/promote) in a so-called “gay marriage” ceremony, I would have to refuse. Their feelings may be hurt. They may even end our business and/or personal relationship. But I am 100% certain they would not try to sue me and ruin my business, my family, and my life. I hope everyone can understand the BIG DIFFERENCE between serving someone and endorsing/promoting someone’s lifestyle.
 November 3, 2014 at 11:56am
But if you love the guy and really want to see him, you’ll be willing to endure all of that for the sake of seeing him. Inconvenience is part of the deal. No, I think most people really don’t want to see him.
 October 25, 2014 at 12:10am
Google Chrome coupled with AdBlock Plus works very well for me. Also, block pop-ups in your browser.
 October 24, 2014 at 11:28pm
I used Pale Moon but it didn’t help enough. Chrome with Adblock Plus seems to be the way to get around most of it. I agree, though, this site is sucking pretty bad now. Good point about not linking to it because of the deluge of spam ads. Since I started this comment, Adblock has blocked 99 spam ads so far.
October 24, 2014 at 11:23pm
Geez. Man-butt. This is NEVER a good thing…
 October 24, 2014 at 11:21pm
I got it right away! Yeah, I KNOW you’re thinking of Elton John’s “Harmony” from the “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” album!
Well done, sir!
 October 22, 2014 at 2:00pm
What Christian blatantly proclaims that he hates someone or should hate someone? Nope, I’m not buying it. This is a stunt, plain and simple.
 October 2, 2014 at 11:59am
What the hell did I just watch? And why did I waste time on this stupid crap? I ought to have my head examined looking at most of the crap on the interwebs.