Count of hands... Who here thinks Bill Nye was the dude that made the volcano for his class science experiment?
 May 21, 2015 at 9:04pm
Time to tent the house for termites…
 May 20, 2015 at 10:06pm
The professor has proven his inability to put together a cogent, logical thought.
 May 20, 2015 at 9:31pm
Clinton is the political equivalent of Pig-Pen in the Peanuts cartoons. There’s always a cloud of dirt surrounding her, and she doesn’t seem to even notice.
 May 20, 2015 at 8:37am
This from the network that gave you constitutional expert, Chris Cuomo.
 May 11, 2015 at 11:16pm
TrooNorth: The Iranian captain is the one with the nanny goat and velcro gloves .
May 11, 2015 at 11:11pm
All it takes (rhetorically speaking) is the push of a button and those Iranian garbage scows would be at the bottom of the gulf before you can say allahu akbar.
 May 11, 2015 at 8:29pm
Yeah, and those made-up Islamists are just chopping made-up heads off of made-up Christians, shooting made-up bullets at made-up cartoonists, throwing made-up homosexuals off of made-up buildings, kidnapping made-up young girls by the hundreds if not thousands, and mutilating their made-up genitals. All in the name of a sadistic religion made up by Mohammed.
And yet no one can hack into the famous Universities our dear leader attended, to show us his grades, written materials and applications? How do you say that in Arabic?
 May 9, 2015 at 11:47am
More and more, I lean to the conclusion that a “moderate” Muslim is no different than a “moderate” Nazi. There are those such as Jasser and Ali, who call for bringing Islam into the 21st century, but it’s they who are the radicals, the militants. And though I give them credit for trying, like most radicals, I fear they are doomed to failure. Islam, like Nazism, is a brutal, evil ideology at it’s very core.
so what does that make you ...a hypocrite and a panderer of hate.
 May 7, 2015 at 10:09pm
Would not expect anything less from the AP…
 May 6, 2015 at 10:29pm
Just thought I’d cite references to some post-Chaplinsky decisions. This is from Wiki on Fighting Words. NOTE especially the second paragraph:
“The court has continued to uphold the doctrine but also steadily narrowed the grounds on which fighting words are held to apply. In Street v. New York (1969), the court overturned a statute prohibiting flag-burning and verbally abusing the flag, holding that mere offensiveness does not qualify as “fighting words”. In similar manner, in Cohen v. California (1971), Cohen’s wearing a jacket that said “**** the draft” did not constitute uttering fighting words since there had been no “personally abusive epithets”; the Court held the phrase to be protected speech…
In R.A.V. v. City of St. Paul (1992), the Court overturned a statute prohibiting speech or symbolic expression that “arouses anger, alarm or resentment in others on the basis of race, color, creed, RELIGION or gender” on the grounds that, even if the specific statute was limited to fighting words, it was unconstitutionally content-based and viewpoint-based because of the limitation to race-/religion-/sex-based fighting words. The Court, however, made it repeatedly clear that the City could have pursued “any number” of other avenues, and reaffirmed the notion that “fighting words” could be properly regulated by municipal or state governments.
And going by your premise. Then the government representatives could be charged. Since the ruling didn't define which groups or people 'couldn't be in violation'.
That wold also mean. That a majority of Professors within the education institutions can/could be charged. Along with majority of the media and shows, and events. And to include Social Media. Things like texting, and so on. Especially when used to start riots, etc.
May 6, 2015 at 9:53pm
Also, if I am not mistaken (not a lawyer), the Chaplinsky “test” requires that to be fighting words, the “speech” in question cannot be merely offensive or hateful, but must be of a character expected to incite violent anger in the average reasonable person (not your average hadji); otherwise a claim of “fighting words” would constitute a heckler’s veto on just about anything offensive as long as the person offended threw a punch..
 May 6, 2015 at 8:36am
So apparently “you have freedom of speech, but that doesn’t mean you should do it”. F****** idiot.
You missed the point-it's not your business if I do-that is exactly the point loser.
 May 1, 2015 at 10:28pm
Just a historical point. Gene McCarthy did not end Johnson’s presidency. Johnson ended Johnson’s presidency. He had lost all semblance of credibility, and his party’s support, primarily because of his Vietnam policy. Didn’t matter who ran against him, he was toast.
 April 30, 2015 at 11:30pm
Sounds like junk science to me. Correlation is not causality, and seems to take nothing about the motive or purpose of the search into account, the demographics of those doing the searches, nor the actual number of people in each DMA doing those searches, nor what the delta from mean in each DMA actually was in real terms. Nor does it explain how all racists can be identified solely on the basis of searching for the word in question. Nor does it take into consideration that those same areas with the highest rates of black mortality and disease have also been dominated by liberal paternalist government policies for 50-75 years.
 April 29, 2015 at 8:55pm
There are exceptions to HIPAA disclosure rules for subpoenas and warrants in criminal investigations.
 April 29, 2015 at 8:50pm
How do you run from police if you had serious spinal surgery the week before? As we have said again and again, let the investigation run it’s course and the chips fall where they may.