First, killing an unarmed person not engaged in combat is called assassination. It was banned by executive order by Gerald Ford in 1976. The Peace Prize winner can legalize it with his famous pen, but he has chosen not to do so, therefore it is still illegal.
Second, an American citizen (especially if he is not engaged in battle) is protected by the Constitution. The President doesn’t have the authority to charge, find guilty and execute anyone.
Any person who takes up arms against the US deserves crosshairs on the forehead. Their nationality doesn’t matter. Killing Americans not on the battlefield is not the same.
Finally, the President signs and personally approves all “kill lists.” He knows he is targeting American citizens, this is no oversight or mistake.
If you say it’s OK for the President to kill Americans while they’re in a foreign country, then how much of a stretch is it for him to send in the CIA to kill a political opponent in Texas because he considers him a threat?
Liars all. Who really cares? Almost everybody loves to hate Michael Moore. I think I would kill his camera if he came to my house looking for an interview. Clint does so love to flash his guns. So, go make his day.
I will avoid the Daily Views but even if he DID say it it is still a good idea.
 April 22, 2015 at 8:09am
You know you’re posting on social media right now, don’t you?
They already have a fix for that: Tax the robots every time they move.
At Sheetz and Wawa you order from a touch screen. Your food is delivered by order number. On its way to a McWendyBellKing near you!!
I make 22/hour....do I get a 7dollar/hour raise to?
"Because they’ve been replaced by robots that DON’T GO ON STRIKE."
Until the robot Revolution, that is...
Duh duh duhhhhhh....
 April 15, 2015 at 7:58am
The Army and other branches of service shouldn’t allow members to wear their BDU’s, fatigues or whatever off base.
When I was in the Air Force the rule was that you could stop and get gas, and go inside to pay for it while wearing your uniform. No going to a bar or restaurant, grocery shopping or hanging out at Walmart.
Bring this rule back.
 April 15, 2015 at 7:48am
Sue the Oscala Police Dept. They’re the ones who negligently killed your son.
Heh-heh-heh, Another Blaze major typo. Its Ocala, Florida. At least the shot of the video has it right. Its due north of Biden's favorite location for his drinking song, The Villages.
Yep. You always point your weapon downrange...always. There is no excuse for a negligent discharge.
April 13, 2015 at 7:37pm
Since I was an HP employee when Fiorina was fired, I’m uniquely qualified to give an opinion on what kind of CEO she was.
When she left, HP employees were singing “Ding-Dong, the witch is dead, the wicked witch is dead.”
 April 13, 2015 at 7:33pm
Fiorina was fired from HP for spying on board members. Someone was leaking information and instead of asking who was doing it, she hired private investigators to spoof phone numbers of board member and journalists and get their phone records.
She is not the person I want in charge of the NSA.
It was cheap overseas manufacturing that killed the factories in the US. We paid our laborers good wages with good benefits while third world countries hired kids and paid them pennies. Who wants to buy a shirt for $20.00 when you can get the same thing for $10.00? Sure, you had to ignore the label that said it was made in China, Bangladesh or some place you’d have a hard time finding on a map.
Let’s hope that China’s loss is our gain. They kicked our collective butt with lax labor laws and by ignoring safety standards. Now it’s caught up to them. We can revive manufacturing and go toe to toe with any country in the world if we have a level playing field.
Actually it was union workers demanding the pay of a CEO which drove our manufacturing overseas coupled with socialist burdens such as workers comp, social security, disability, frivolous lawsuits, tons of paperwork, heavy taxes, and the list goes on.
 April 12, 2015 at 3:20pm
Why would he talk about China during an Armenian Mass?
 April 12, 2015 at 3:16pm
The Catholic Church doesn’t kick gay Catholics out and I’m pretty sure it wouldn’t allow a Catholic College to kick someone out for that reason.
But the Church won’t pander to gays or the LBGT-whatever crowd. The college won’t be forced to tell anyone it’s OK to be gay, won’t celebrate gay pride week. They can take down bulletin boards celebrating “diversity” and refuse certain groups to form on campus. There won’t be any marches, speeches or gay parades. If a guy shows up wearing makeup and a dress he can be asked to leave class or even the campus.
But gays are probably welcome to attend and get a good education. I doubt if there is a checkbox on the admissions form for sexual orientation, but I’m sure there are rules about holding to a high standard of moral behavior. There are gays in every church, school and workplace. It’s none of my business if a person’s gay, just like it’s none of his business if I’m straight.
 April 10, 2015 at 6:16pm
Anybody want to start a list of the things cops say and do to violate your rights?
So far we have “I smell marijuana” to search your car, and “stop resisting” so they can beat the snot out of you.
Here’s one you may not be familiar with: The officer cuffs you and is escorting you to his car. He walks you in front of the dash cam in his car and pinches your arm where he is holding you as hard as you can. You jerk away and he takes the opportunity to beat the crap out of you. The dash cam video look like you were trying to escape.
And another: Cop wants to search your car and you say no. He says if you don’t consent he will tow your car to the impound lot and search it there.
They have a thousand tricks to beat you. I’d like to see others listed.
 April 8, 2015 at 8:33am
I first heard of them when they encouraged listeners to have sex in a church. They aired a couple having sex in the vestibule of St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The couple got arrested and they got fired.