Overjoyed. Liberals despise religious bigotry by redneck Christians.
May 30, 2016 at 1:17pm
I thought someone who is killed by an illegal immigrant is more deader than someone killed by a real murican. And a cop shot by an African American or Muslim is more shot than someone shot by a God fearing white person. Because I see a whole lot of emphasis the on race and religion of the alleged criminal on this site. So it must matter. Or at least drive clicks by those seeking to have their racial or religious biases validated
[-2] May 30, 2016 at 12:59pm
Or you could claw your way out of the 1800s, stop being a racist, evolve and stay here..
May 30, 2016 at 5:15am
The French may use their airspace in any way they wish and perhaps found the use of their airspace to further US aggressions was unwise. As for a Muslim problem in France, I do see people in Muslim clothing and assume that there are many people of the Muslim faith here in Beaune. But so far no problems. And on my twice yearly trips to France (30 in total) I have yet to have any problems with people of the Muslim faith. So I’m at a loss to see what problems you are referring to.
Of course, if you have personal experience with your own travels here, let me know what you has had happen to you in France such that you would anticipate problems. Otherwise, might I be correct in assuming that you are simply afraid of darker skinned non Christians out of bias and ignorance? That is a safe assumption. I feel sorry for you.
 May 29, 2016 at 5:35pm
So the world laughing a us. Not fearing us. Does not bother you? We are part of the global community. Having 99.9% of the global community believing we are insane for even giving Trump any serious consideration is not how you gather support from anyone. Of course, xenophobia, isolationism, racism and chest thumping ultra nationalism may be your goal. If so, mission accomplished.
 May 29, 2016 at 5:04pm
I’m in France at the moment on a food and wine tour of the Côte du Beaune. To the person, every encounter I have here involving a conversation about Trump results in the question “you can’t be serious.” The international mirror shines back at us and the civilized world questions our sanity. This latest news does not help.
I just love people who travel to France to get advice on American affairs. Do us all a favor, just stay there.
***** The international mirror shines back at us and the civilized world questions our sanity. *****
The biggest concern of the USA should be, will we get the financial & military support of the Eskimo tribes if Trump becomes President?
Dude. You’re in France.
Let them eat cake . . .
Would that be the same France that denied US overflights for 1986 bombing of Libya because they are more afraid of the terrors than they were afraid of us. who cares what they think or for that matter any other country thinks. By the way hows that whole muslin thing working out for them, you reap what you sow.
[-10] May 29, 2016 at 1:17pm
Whites behaving badly does not generate clicks on the Blaze. Crimes allegedly committed by very dark faces pay the bills here. But you know that. It’s why you come here.
Sure. The founder of the Trib never served. You know nothing of my city. I suggest you stay silent.
“Returning to the United States in 1915, he joined the Illinois National Guard on June 21, 1916, and, being an expert horseman, became a major in its 1st Cavalry Regiment. Two days earlier, President Woodrow Wilson had called the Illinois National Guard into Federal Service, along with those of several other states, to patrol the Mexican border during General John J. Pershing’s Punitive Expedition. McCormick accompanied his regiment to the Mexican border.
Soon after the United States entered the war, McCormick again became part of the U.S. Army on June 13, 1917, when the entire Illinois National Guard was mobilized for Federal service in Europe. He was sent to France as an intelligence officer on the staff of General Pershing. Seeking more active service, he was assigned to an artillery school. By June 17, 1918, McCormick became a lieutenant colonel, and by September 5, 1918 had become a full colonel in the field artillery, in which capacities he saw action. He took part in the capture of Cantigny, after which he named his farm estate in Wheaton, Illinois, and in the battles of Soissons, Saint-Mihiel, and the second phase of the Argonne. He served in the 1st Battalion, 5th Field Artillery Regiment, with the 1st Infantry Division. His service ended on December 31, 1918, though he remained a part of the Officers Reserve Corps from October 8, 1919 to September 30, 1929.”
May 28, 2016 at 6:32pm
Sorry, but was air quality better or worse since the EPA was created? Do you think that GM put emission controls on their cars because they were nice guys? The fact is that any time a major industry is not regulated, profits will come first and the common good is secondary. Government regulation causes corporations to do that which they would not ordinarily do on their own, because they are not charged with fostering the common good. Only our government can do that.
[-4] May 28, 2016 at 2:37pm
Do you even read my hometown paper? They endorsed Rubio in the primaries and no Democrat. Anti-Chicago RW talking points are not the same as facts.
[-13] May 28, 2016 at 2:15pm
Yes. Let the illegals die of thirst. No water for you Jose. How American. How Christian.
 May 27, 2016 at 6:28pm
34 years married and child free by choice. Other than work, we do what we want, when we want, and live only for pleasure and only for each other. Our marriage is no less valid because we decided from day one that we had no interest in children, in fact we have seen friends and family becoming divorced because the stopped living for each other and bread because that is what society demanded. Sad.
 May 16, 2016 at 9:12pm
Woman+ funny name + Detroit = Blaze click bait. Yee haw.
[-6] May 15, 2016 at 12:36pm
Behold the limited world view of the flyover. In more enlightened societies, men and women share bathrooms at the same time, and there is no problem. More than once I have been in Paris (France, not Texas) at a urinal and a woman came into the shared bathroom and used a stall. This entire controversy makes America look even more backward to the rest of the world. Embarrassing to know the rest of the world laughs at the entire country because of a few sexually repressed redneck states. Evolve. Please.
[-4] February 25, 2016 at 5:46pm
Next thing you know, Rebublican presidential candidates will encourage audience members to beat attendees who express opposing opinions and pine for the days when people who spoke opposing viewpoints would be punched in the face. Glad to know that if this were to occur, the actions of that candidate would be as forcefully criticized as the actions of this educator has been here.
[-2] February 25, 2016 at 1:48pm
He is pandering to such a small segment of the American voter-the RWNJ Jesus Freak voter that his words mean nothing to the rest of us except to confirm that he is bat sh** crazy and a dangerous Christofacist.
At least Trump doesn’t believe 1/2 of what he says. That Cruz does believe all of what he is saying is both scary and reassuring since so few people are as extreme as he is and there is no chance of him getting within 100 miles of the White House.
[-1] February 24, 2016 at 6:40pm
I will repeat my view on cars vs firearms from another post;
We don’t blame cars for drunk driving because cars have an important social utility in modern America, in fact the US economy would collapse if we banned cars because of occasional instances of misuse. Cars have so many beneficial uses that an occasional misuse outweighs the great social utility in their continued existence.
Firearms in modern America have no social utility, regardless of their dubious benefit centuries ago. They only exist to kill-usually their owners via suicide, or other family members via domestic violence or accident. If all firearms were confiscated today, society as a whole would not be harmed, at least not in sufficient numbers to continue allowing public access to them, given the great potential harm caused by their very existence.
[-3] February 24, 2016 at 12:06pm
If you think that giving up firearm squirrel hunting and abandoning the idea that your lone shotgun will dissuade an invading government is the equivalent of being on your knees-your legs were pretty wobbly to begin with. I swore the same oath (USAF 1981) plus Lawyer oaths in 2 states and I have no problem letting go of a part of the Constitution which no longer serves any useful purpose.
[-3] February 24, 2016 at 11:36am
You destroyed nothing. Look back at my response. I can apply the social utility test to knives or cars and the equation is still the same; the remaining social utility for firearms in 2016 is far less than the damage caused to society as a whole through their continued availability
The situation in France is an isolated event, and it is not possible to measure the number of people who were not killed by firearms in that country. Suffice it to say that they do not suffer weekly mass murder as we do here.