Two reasons: It's easier to enter paradise if unencumbered, and it's easier to partake of the 72 virgins. It's a show of confidence that he believes he will go there.
LOL. OK. So I made all that up. But it sounds pretty good, yeah?
 May 26, 2016 at 3:24pm
What a nasty, fugly hosebeast that congresswoman is.
 May 23, 2016 at 11:02pm
I’d say driving off the way she did indicates an awareness of consequences for driving on a suspended license. After that, I doubt she ever gives such things any real thought, if she is able to do so.
 May 15, 2016 at 11:12pm
It wouldn’t “outrage” me, and I wouldn’t waste the time contacting the station. But I do think it doesn’t look very professional for a TV newscast.
You're absolutely right. It wouldn't bother me either except to make me wonder where in the hell the cocktail party she was going to at about 8:30 in the morning!
 May 2, 2016 at 12:37am
I used to be entertained by these entertainment/host/pseudo-journalists, but I’ve come to view pretty much all of them as condescending schmucks, especially opinion show hosts. Even the ones I “should” like I can’t stand. Yeah, I’ve pretty much decided I hate everybody anymore.
 April 19, 2016 at 11:38pm
Whole Foods is definitely suing. It was yet another fake hate crime and they can prove it. I hope this guy gets jail time. Maybe THAT will get these extortioners to calm down.
 April 19, 2016 at 11:12am
I doubt it happened at all. I don’t believe these stories any more because 99% of them turn out to be self-inflicted fake hate crimes created to advance a political agenda or to bring attention to the person or both.
 April 18, 2016 at 9:23pm
Don’t get me wrong, that was mighty impressive, and something I could never do in this life. But…what does it really accomplish? I see that and I say, “Wow. That’s cool,” and then I’m on to the next thing on Facebook. I don’t know. It all seems so…temporary and ultimately unimportant; kind of like Facebook, I guess. ;-)
That's how I feel when I read Ecclesiastes... It's eye opening to see what is truly of value in life and what is not. :) He could have done the backflip without the car and I still would've been impressed.
 April 16, 2016 at 1:50am
“Profanity-laced?” These Blaze guys are smoking something funny if they think one F-bomb is off the charts. That was either one clickbait to a non-story and/or they hate Ingraham for some reason demonstrated by the way they mischaracterized that event the way they did.
 April 6, 2016 at 2:51pm
I had some relatively minor heart surgery in 2011 and the doctor made it point to stop by my room and tell me (something to the effect of): “I just wanted you to know that the medical staff here are very happy with how well things went for you and how well you related to them. It made things go so smoothly for them, and they just wanted you to know that they’re grateful for the way you treated them.” Honestly, I have no idea what I did to deserve that thank you; of course, I was drugged during the whole thing, so there’s that…
There are a lot of patients that get cranky, pissy, overly emotional, and down right mean. That's because many of them are uncomfortable, frustrated, in pain, drugged and quite a few terrified. All of them still deserve to be treated with the utmost respect and professionalism that such a practice as healthcare demands.
Most people are pricks when the taxpayer foots the bill for them. I get rude customers all the time for car repairs and behold a welfare check to settle the bill.
[-2] March 29, 2016 at 12:19am
Am I alone in thinking the people who refute Trump come across nearly as sleazy as the Trump’s people do?
 March 21, 2016 at 6:01pm
Man, is that thing ever fugly.
 March 19, 2016 at 11:38pm
I think it could be arranged for an ambulance, with sirens blaring, to come through a crowd like that. They would HAVE to part for the ambulance; the cops would make it happen. So why not do that and have all the other cars lined up very closely behind each as they tailgate the ambulance. I should think that would do the trick. There would never be an opportunity for one of these snowflakes to stop the traffic again.
 March 8, 2016 at 12:54pm
Maybe all these guys are in a rage because their parents name them with such bats**t crazy names. Just sayin’…
I was told by a friend at church today that the officer that made the shot to the head of the suspect was using a rifle when he took the shot.
As usual the Blaze is short on facts and long on stories w/o facts.
All I can say is praises the Lord, and blessings to the officer that made the kill shot.
All police officers want to protect the innocent and make the correct decision when the time comes to use deadly force.
The officer deserves an attaboy for his heroic actions.
Is the omission that the suspect was killed by a rifle really that big a deal? To me, the hostage being safe and the perp being taken out is more important.
January 20, 2016 at 11:09pm
I wondered about that myself. He actually unnerves me with his fast-talking nervous tic facial expressions. The dismissive contempt he has for people is quite telling. The behaviours he attributes to them are quite specific, unusual and tawdry, not at all in the mainstream of the average person’s thought processes. To me they suggest projection.
 October 27, 2015 at 10:46pm
So wait…the guy was just joking around but he’s no longer employed there?
All righty then.
 October 21, 2015 at 6:12pm
They don’t carry tasers in Florida? They can’t kick a dog or swat at a dog? They have to pull their gun and shoot immediately? I’m more convinced than ever that citizens have to keep their guns and fight the liberal idjits who hate the second amendment, otherwise only trigger-happy statists will have guns. Yeah, and criminals.