Because don't you know, that it isn't the rapist fault that she got pregnant, she should not been that close to her time of the month. And for the baby it was their fault that they were conceived, and not the mother's or the rapist, that is why they (the unborn) should be punished. (sarcasm off)
 November 20, 2015 at 7:21am
She still doesn’t get it. Her tweet wasn’t disrespectful. She’s allowed to have a personal opinion.
The problems is that if she sends out a tweet that ends in cnn, she’s insinuating that CNN supports her opinions.
November 19, 2015 at 6:01pm
Folks, stop arguing. The law is different in each state. If you don’t have this site bookmarked yet do so now.
Tennessee does not require you to inform the officer when stopped. And your Handgun Carry Permit (HCP) license number is the same as your driver’s license number. But when we travel we all have to know the laws in the states we are travelling through.
When I travel from Nashville to St. Louis, I have to pull over in KY before I reach the IL line, unload and secure my handgun. I can retrieve it once I get into MO.
 November 19, 2015 at 5:54pm
He can’t lose his CCL for not providing it to the officer. Even though the law says you must provide it, there is no penalty for not doing so.
Shouldn’t you be spending your time fighting the real enemy – climate change?
 November 15, 2015 at 9:32am
We need Sanders for president like we need a kick to the head.
 November 15, 2015 at 9:12am
I have a set of back up iron sights (BUIS) that co-witness with the red-dot sight on my CMMG M4LE. Works great in case your battery dies or the optic gets damaged.
 November 15, 2015 at 8:42am
I don’t have a problem with this. Before my fellow Blazers excoriate me and cover your monitor with the blood shooting from your eyes, let me explain.
We all know there are guns in peoples’s homes who didn’t lawfully obtain them. This allows the mother of a teenage gangbanger to turn in a handgun that she doesn’t know where it came from.
There are guns in the homes of widows whose husband has passed away. She doesn’t know how to load it, clean it or fire it safely.
There are guns is such a state of disrepair sitting of the closet shelf that are more of a danger to the user than to anyone else.
And there are people who just shouldn’t own guns. They just don’t have the mental capacity to be responsible enough to own a weapon.
It’s not my decision to decide if these people should own a firearm. It’s theirs. And if they want to get rid of an unsafe or unwanted firearm, or to remove a firearm from a location where it is a danger, then they should do so in a safe and legal manner.
Now you have someone else to take some of the incoming fire with you.:)
pro: "The peacemakers shall inherit the Earth." The only problem with that, they will be the first to perish from this Earth.
Live with it (if you can).
Anyone can turn a gun in to the police at any time and the police will be happy to accept it. You don't need a special program.
In the case of the gang member with the gun, it's the gang member who needs to be outed to the police and let them deal with him and the gun.
The cops shouldn't profit from these guns. These poor desolate people can sell them to pawn shops or gun shops.
You think the teenage gangbanger hides his guns under the mattress like kids used to do with their Playboys? This mother statistically is a crackhead on welfare, and the baby's daddy is likely a gangbanger himself.
PRO. I found one of those irresponsible gun owners.
Good comment. I would say they should just fashion their weapons into plows. That way they will have the necessary equipment to provide for their new masters.
I've heard that somewhere before. Hmm.
 November 14, 2015 at 4:48pm
I’m still disturbed that someone was called a bad name and another saw poo on a bathroom wall at Mizzou.
Poo, I tell you. POO!
Oh the humanity!
 November 14, 2015 at 8:07am
UnderstandBothSides, you’re hiding your head in the sand if you don’t think Islamic terrorists are organizing in the US.
The answer to your question is that Europe is being flooded with Syrian refugees. They are inordinately young, male and Muslim. France has not accepted as many refugees as other European countries, but with the open borders, its easy to travel with a passport.
 November 14, 2015 at 8:01am
I get your point about preparing for war, but this quote is from Heny V, who is encouraging his people to attack France.
Henry V was the English monarch who killed 6000 French at the famous battle of Agincourt.
 November 13, 2015 at 9:25pm
I joined the Air Force in 1981 and went to college on the Veteran’s Educational Assistance Program (VEAP). Back then we had to put in X dollars per month into the program and the Govt. would match 2 for 1. (I think $2700 was the most we could put in, giving us a total benefit of $8100.)
Even though I put in the maximum amount, it still didn’t cover all my college expenses and I had to take out a couple of small loans.
I have to say I’m jealous of those who get the Post 9/11 GI Bill. If I’m doing the math correctly, it’s literally worth 10 times what I got for college. And a third of the money I received was my own money that I put into the account.
 November 12, 2015 at 10:20am
This was a trigger warning for her and she needs a safe space to emote without fear.
 November 12, 2015 at 10:13am
It’s not too late. Drop her off at Paris Island and let a reality TV show follow her around.
Dump her off at club Gitmo and then give the guards the night off…
Not only would I watch, but that's one pay-per-view in which I'd invest $2.99.
Pro--The only problem is that she would probably wash out before the first commercial break. :-)
 November 11, 2015 at 9:24pm
I used to keep a dog tag on my key chain in case I lost my keys. One day I was at the dealership getting my oil changed and the cashier looked at the dog tag and said “Thank you for your service.”
I laughed a little bit, and said “No, thank you for allowing me to serve.” I had a great time in the Air Force. I met my best friends and traveled to places I never would have had to opportunity otherwise. I even got paid to do it.
Sometimes when I talk about my time in the Air Force I gloss over the difficult times and just remember the good time. Buttoning up an F-4 while wearing full chem gear, including gloves isn’t easy. Taking oil samples from a Tf-34 GE100 (an A-10 engine) while its so hot outside the polish from your boots melts off isn’t exactly Disneyland. Or spend a week and a half on the side of a mountain picking up the remains of a jet and the pilot. Not fun. But nobody ever shot at me and I can’t complain about that.
For all those men and women who put up being deployed to crappy places where people hate you and want to kill you, not knowing when your next hot meal is going to happen, sleeping on the floor of your Bradley, and having to take a “bath” with baby wipes for a month at a time, I salute you.
My son has a friend who just joined the service, I have know this boy since he has been in diapers. I said thank for your service. That kid blushed from ear to ear. I'm so proud of that young man. God Bless ALL of our service men and women. Freedom does not come free.
 November 11, 2015 at 3:36pm
I think you’re trying a little too hard to be offended.
The spa knew the temperature of the water. He didn’t. He trusted the professionals and in turn they injured him.
Exactly. The guy had neuropathy of his feet. He's not feeling anything down there as this is going on. It's a simple adjustment on the ware heater to make sure the temperature is safe for their clients.