I don’t understand how deflating the foot ball gives the Patriots an advantage. Don’t both teams use the same ball? If it makes it easier for the Patriots to hold the ball, isn’t that true for the Colts as well.
So, while this may be a violation of the NFL rules, I don’t see how it constitutes cheating. It’s not like they were videoing the Colts play calling from previous games and studying it in advance…
Both teams do not use the same balls. The offensive team brings their own ball on to the field with them. So deflating the balls allowed the Pats to have more ability to hold onto the ball. If they are so great, they shouldn't have to cheat to win.
They should NOT be allowed to play in the SuperBowl. I feel that only encourages teams to cheat since they make a LOT of money once they are in the SuperBowl - more then losing a pick will do.
 November 26, 2014 at 1:18pm
Unless you can prove that they edited the video with the intention of doing Kirk Cameron harm, a law suite would be useless. Because they cover their defamation under the cloak of humor, they are protected by the First Amendment. However, that sword can be used both ways. Anybody have a video of these dirt bags they’d like to edit?
Libel is any Defamation that can be seen, such as a writing, printing, effigy, movie, or statue. Slander is any defamation that is spoken and heard. we were only kidding won't fly ESPECIALLY since they claimed :
“But, it gives me great pleasure to show the world what an arrogant douchebag Kirk Cameron is.” his words show they meant to damage his reputation
 August 18, 2014 at 12:48pm
I think we might be seeing the Bubba Effect Glenn has been talking about. However, instead of it involving small town USA, it is in Urban town, Furgeson.
 August 15, 2014 at 4:35pm
“Dawkins went on to say that moderate religious people who are kind create the notion that “there’s something good about religion” … I wonder if Dawkins would agree that moderate socialist/communists who are kind create the notion that there’s something good about socialism/communism? After all, socialist/communist are responsible for more mass murders than any one else in the history of mankind.
 August 6, 2014 at 7:02pm
Perhaps it is based on the promise of Christ in John 14, when he said, “I will come again and receive you until myself.”
Also the book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ is not about Christians winning. It is about God’s masterpiece being unveiled.
 July 17, 2014 at 2:25pm
I don’t understand how my refusal to pay for you accessing a specific service constitutes denying you access to that service. Can’t you pay for it yourself? Just because you can’t “afford” it, doesn’t mean I have to pay for it. It’s like demanding Bill Gates pay for your driving a Lexus just because you like them and want to own one.
That sounds good. Now then, tell that to all the new and existing invaders that have crossed our borders.
 July 17, 2014 at 11:55am
That is why Holder is the first one Congress needs to impeach! Oh, wait a minute. Make that Speaker Boehner as the first one to be impeached. Then go after Holder.
June 26, 2014 at 5:28pm
Sounds more like he was his own grandpa.
 June 26, 2014 at 5:19pm
I am amazed that Animal Control was able to reach the home owner, but the police could not? They used the phrase, “urgency to find the child” as justification to trespass on this man’s private property. However, the ease with which the man was contacted AFTER they shot his dog illustrates they did not need to enter his backyard without his permission. This is a clear case of unlawful search and seizure. Bring on the attorney!
 June 24, 2014 at 2:01pm
I head there was a cruise ship carrying a lawyer convention that sank in the Caribbean. They said that sharks ate everyone except the attorneys. The reason…professional courtesy.
June 24, 2014 at 1:56pm
If I read Mike Rowe’s encounter correctly, the attorneys would take the case, primarily because they believe the defendants would settle out of court. If the defendant choose to fight the case, they might regret this decision. That’s because there is a difference between winning an argument, and winning a large damage decision. Just because you win the case, doesn’t mean you will win very much in damages. Just read Leon Uri’s QBVII.
Mr. Gowdy ought to challenge Speaker Boner for Speaker.
[-1] June 23, 2014 at 6:02pm
It’s hard to tell what’s refuse and what’s not when you are waiving pot smoke out of your face.
 June 23, 2014 at 5:55pm
I doubt she pays taxes or votes. So, she doesn’t work for him. He works for people like me who work, pay taxes, and vote.
 June 19, 2014 at 1:53pm
For some reason, while reading this article, I thought I could hear George Orwell laughing.
 June 17, 2014 at 4:13pm
Great question asked at the end. “Can you tell me who the head of the Muslim Peace movement is?” Until that question can be answered, I have very little respect for Islam. At least the Civil Rights movement can point to Dr. King, and Hindu’s in India can point to Ghandi. Unfortunately, the only leaders being identified right now are death dealing firebrands.
Not only is this woman its leader but its only member as well.
 June 12, 2014 at 4:12pm
It is interesting that Religion Separatists point out where it says “respecting an establishment of religion”, but forget about the next phrase that says, “nor prohibiting the free exercise thereof”. How can you religion from the public domain without violating the “free exercise thereof”? If you deny students the freedom to pray, are you not violating the “free exercise thereof”? If you prohibit a city from putting up a cross on public grounds, are you not violating the “free exercise thereof”?
These are the same people who would agree with limiting the other parts of this amendment as well; i.e. freedom of the press, speech, and assembly.
 June 10, 2014 at 1:26pm
“Bishop, are you aware of the commandment, ‘Thou shalt not bear false witness’?”
“I am now.”
“At what point did you become aware of this commandment?”
“I’m not sure.”
 June 5, 2014 at 12:09pm
@Moderate… Your list of Israeli exchanges actually defeats your argument. It is because they are willing to negotiate with terrorists that they are constantly having to do these exchanges. The Palestinian terrorists just go kidnap another Israeli soldier and get more of their murders released from prison.
Prior to this Administration, the US had a policy of not negotiating with terrorists. For some reason President Obama feels that that policy, followed by every President from Reagan to Clinton to Bush, needs to be changed. You can expect to see more US soldiers kidnapped over the next couple of years because of this policy shift.