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  • [2] January 24, 2015 at 9:02pm

    Fiorina used to be the CEO of a company I worked at. When she was let go the employees were heard singing “Ding-Dong, the wicked witch is dead.”

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  • [33] January 18, 2015 at 10:37pm

    Does anybody remember a few years ago when Clint Eastwood threatened to kill Michael Moore? It was at an awards ceremony not long after Michael Moore had ambushed Charles Heston at his home while he was suffering from Alzheimer’s.

    Clint Eastwood looked at Michael Moore in the audience and said something to the effect of “If you ever show up at my house and stick a camera in my face I’ll kill you.” The camera showed some of the audience nervously laughing, not sure if it was a joke. Then the camera went back to Clint, and he said very seriously, “I’m not kidding.”

    The truth is always better than fiction.

  • [8] January 18, 2015 at 10:42am

    LCDR_Zip_Goodmn_USN_ret, the Catholic Church is the world’s largest charitable organization, and the Vatican has a budget roughly the same as a large university.

    Stop trying to troll and stick with Joel Osteen, Pat Robertson and Joyce Meyer. The gold covered toilets in their private jets need refinishing. For $129.99 Benny Hinn will heal you through your TV set. “Place your hands on the screen and FEEL the power!”

    Somewhere out there is a preacher with slicked back hair and a wife with too much makeup that needs to sell you a book telling you how great you are. Please visit their website. They need people like you.

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  • [25] January 17, 2015 at 7:19am

    Chris Kyle was a high octane professional who worked hard to find the perfect niche for an adrenaline junkie. He didn’t settle for second best and I suspect when the world slowed down around him he had a difficult time dealing with it. This is true of many members of the military who have served in violent, dirty and mind numbing conditions.

    We’re all guilty of embellishing the truth at some time in our life, But Kyle earned my respect and his flaws show he was human just like us. Despite being less than perfect he achieved enough in his life for Clint Eastwood to make a movie about him. Can you say that about yourself, or do just want to judge him and try to take him down a notch to bring him to your level?

  • [73] January 16, 2015 at 7:27am

    If you’re upset with Papa John’s then you missed what really happened.

    She broke policy and her “punishment” was getting reassigned to a safer job where she probably won’t have to face people who want to kill her. She wasn’t punished, just the opposite. Her company is taking good care of her.

    My company’s policy forbids me from carrying at gun at work and your’s probably does as well. I know I’d get fired if someone saw me carrying a gun. Papa John’s knows she broke policy and their response was to help her. Pretty good deal if you ask me.

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  • [8] January 15, 2015 at 7:34pm

    Good morning. That’s exactly what I do when I call in the morning to the Flap Jackson morning show on the Frog 109.9. In the morning.

  • [12] January 15, 2015 at 6:41pm

    Glenn knew Chris Kyle personally. Give him a break.

  • [6] January 15, 2015 at 6:39pm

    woodyee forgets how poorly the draft worked in Vietnam. Dragging kids out of their homes and away from their jobs against their wills does not motivate a person to be a good soldier.

    We have the best trained and motivated military because of s simple reason. That’s what they want to be.

  • [2] January 14, 2015 at 7:41am

    Top secret hypersonic Chinese spy drones.

  • [46] January 13, 2015 at 5:53pm

    Consider the shooter. He has to live with killing a man at close range. It wouldn’t be unusual for him to experience death threats from the robber’s friends and family, fear of a lawsuit and years of PTSD.

    He didn’t ask for this but could suffer for a long time. Its very unfortunate.

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  • [8] January 11, 2015 at 8:08pm

    You can be a horrible person and still be a Christian. In fact, the worse you are, the more important it is that you be a Christian.

    I’ll say yes. He is a Christian.

    There’s no such thing as a perfect person and no such thing as a perfect Christian. A church is where he belongs. But only after serving time for battery on a minor. And his place is in a pew, not in a position of authority.

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  • [6] January 10, 2015 at 6:19pm

    As a Tennessean, I want to say that everything CruzMissile2016 said is 100% correct.

  • [11] January 10, 2015 at 6:15pm

    If your point is that citizens tend to revolt and associate themselves with the tea party when they see their neighbors mooching off the federal government, then I would agree with you.

    I’m a resident of Tennessee (#3 on the list) and there’s a heckofa lot of people on welfare here. But they call themselves Democrats, proud members of the Teat Party (living off the government teat) not Tea Party.

  • January 8, 2015 at 2:50pm

    I noticed I don’t have the “Fire & Kindle” tab on my Amazon page. So I Iogged out and it appeared.

    The tab is meant to be an add for people who don’t already have a Fire or Kindle.

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  • [2] January 8, 2015 at 2:46pm

    I’ve used my Kindle Paperwhite with a backlight exclusively for the last year and I read almost every night when I go to bed.

    In the course of recently helping my daughter with her homework, she decided my education was lacking because I had never read “To Kill A Mockingbird” and she gave me the paperback as a Christmas present.

    So its Christmas night and I grab my reading glasses, turn off the light, jump into bed with my book. Much to my dismay I can’t see a word and its completely unreadable.

    Only after slapping myself on the forehead and turning on the bedside lamp do I realize I that my analog book does not have a backlight.

  • [56] January 8, 2015 at 10:46am

    The 1st Amendment does not protect all speech. You can’t yell fire in a movie theater, and you can’t walk up to somebody and say you’re going to kill him.

    If he doesn’t like people insulting his prophet, then he’s free to sue that person in court. He’ll probably lose, since his prophet is dead and buried and you can’t slander or libel a dead person. Secondly, his prophet is (or was) a public figure, making it harder to win a lawsuit.

    My suggestion to Mr. Choudary, is the next time he is offended, he can take it to Judge Judy.

    I know he’s in Britain, his prophet is in the ground in the Middle East, the shooters were in France and Sean is in the US.

    *Judge Judy to bailiff: “How do I say STFU in Arabic? Look that up.”

  • [2] January 7, 2015 at 6:26pm

    Go ahead and ruin everybody’s fun by using facts.

  • [28] January 7, 2015 at 6:23pm

    The first sentence in the story claims the head of the Catholic League says “Charlie Hebdo “provoked” Wednesday’s deadly attack.”

    But then the story follows up by saying just the opposite, that the Catholic League condemns the attack.

    Billy Hallowell, are you that desperate to stir up anti-Catholic sentiment? Anything to show your boss how many clicks and responses you got to your inflammatory article?

    Face it. People come on here and bash the Catholic Church or the Pope every time an article about the Church shows up. Guess what? Some Catholics get angry. But we don’t shoot people over it. And that’s what the head of the Catholic League is saying.

    Let’s turn the tables. Suppose a muslim comes onto the Blaze and and says derogatory things about Christ. Most of us would get angry. We’d tell him to shut up. And I know some people would threaten him, even though they weren’t serious.

    That’s what Bill Donohue is talking about. Stop making fun of people over their religion and causing trouble just because you think its funny. He condemned the Muslims for killing those people and the first sentence says just the opposite, just to stir you up. And it worked.

    BTW, let me know when the Protestants get together and start their own Crusade. The Catholics have been there. And done that.

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  • January 6, 2015 at 7:49am

    Somebody needs to take a chill pill.

  • [22] January 5, 2015 at 5:52pm

    He was charged with “failure to grovel,” sometimes known as “contempt of cop.”

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