Would you travel back in time and change 3/5ths to 1? You do realize you’d only be giving the slave owners more representation at the federal level, don’t you? Check your racism. Ahh, the smell of modern liberal ignorance… reminds me of the typical democrat platform (Reagan fans will get the reference.)
Easily in the thousands. When I started going through my facsimile (LinguistSoftware has them on a ridiculously good sale right now, sigh) it seemed like every few lines had a typo that was corrected by a later scribe. It’s one of the things that’s caused errant translations; one word, missing the wrong letter, can result in multiple options because the context isn’t always clear. Also, you have to remember that many scribes were illiterate – they were often copying the letters as works of art, only to be corrected later by a scribe who could actually read.
 June 19, 2015 at 5:00pm
Cavallo, I suspect your concerns are rooted in Matthew 6:1 and they are entirely justified, but bear in mind: you don’t see Glenn walk up to the cameras and deliver a statement or thump his chest – which is exactly what you would see if Al Sharpton had walked on the scene.
It was the sudden arrival of the new crowd that moved the reporter to tears. And since that crowed was organized by Glenn, he did have a role to play in that. I think the point of the article was to highlight how Glenn’s arrival was received (although, obviously the reporter had no idea who organized the crowd) and there’s no doubt it was a raw, moving experience for the reporter.
 March 27, 2015 at 12:30am
In some ways, yes. In others, he’s got his head on straight:
JamesCrow, please don’t confuse the existence of climate change with the supposition that it’s being caused by mankind – they are inherently different issues and a lack of specificity (sometimes intentional) leads to the obfuscation of facts.
Most conservatives (I hope all, if a question were phrased without bias) would concede the climate changes from every scale, micro to macro, if given a large enough time scale. Conservatives like me take issue with the man-made aspect precisely because the Earth’s climate has changed so radically over time – and without our intervention. Ice core, tree ring samples, and the glaciated regions of the continental shelf all point to changing temperature; from the warmer-than-current temps of the Cretaceous to the mass cooling of the Ice Age 14k years ago and back again – all without the intervention of man and the internal combustion engine.
It is scientific facts that force the intelligent among us to doubt the doomsday prophets of the Left. Students of history will find Al Gore and his peddling of carbon credits have much in common with the indulgences sold by the Catholic church.
Even those who study this field for a living will admit two very important details often glossed over in the environmental fervor: 1. the sun impacts our temp more than anything else and 2. the most abundant greenhouse gas is water vapor. Note that man’s impact on the sun and overall water cycle is nonexistent.
July 12, 2014 at 12:08pm
The warmth is a result of the frequency range not being cut off, creating sounds that are more lush and full. When music is converted from analog to digital, the top and low end of each frequency is lost (think of analog as a full sine wave, so with digital the peaks and valleys are flattened instead of curved – which creates a kind of stair-step pattern.) And then you have audio compression which commits still further aural rape upon the music. But I’m guilty of that too, mp3-320 works fine for me with most music.
[-2] June 16, 2014 at 10:40pm
Dear Mainstream Press (and Blaze contributors who mimic them,)
Please stop using “that” as a substitute for “who” and “whom” (see the article headline.) Language can be used to dehumanize people – and you’re contributing to that activity. Bravo, ze fuhrer would be proud.
 May 27, 2014 at 6:29pm
You’re right! In fact, in a sci-fi book I wrote I referred to them as “newsreaders” because that’s exactly what they’ve devolved into.
 May 27, 2014 at 3:56pm
Are these militant atheists any different from the Bamiyan-Buddha-destroying Taliban? Those statues weren’t on private land either (not that that would stop the Taliban, just as it someday won’t stop the atheists.)
You know they would tear down the cross, Bible, and Ten Commandments wherever visible if they could.
Start using the liberals’ language against them and call these people what they are: zealots, bigots, religiphobes, deiphobes, closed-minded, hate-mongers, etc. Accuse them of wanting a war on religion and people who believe in God, claim they want to target people of faith just like the NAZIs went after Jews.
Do NOT let them control the debate!
 May 25, 2014 at 1:26am
When you hear someone try to twist this into a gun-control argument, just throw the words of this kid back in their face: “… but after watching Youtube videos of previous Deltopia parties, I saw that there were way too many cops walking around on such an event. It would be impossible to kill enough of my enemies before being dispatched….”
Further proof that guns in the right hands can and do deter violent behavior.
 May 23, 2014 at 12:00am
Ben Carson is going to be doing a short book signing tour through the first week of June. Three spots in Texas!
Try watching the entire video and tell me it’s not a satire on the empty and temporary happiness brought on by drugs and alcohol.
February 23, 2014 at 2:57pm
BRING BACK KINGS!!!!!
Sorry, just had to let that out. If you haven’t seen the re-imagined story of King David, you owe it to yourself to check it out.
Heroes’ season one was great, but after that it turned into a soap opera.
@OpAck Journeyman was great too! In fact, its cancellation and Kings’ is what made me stop watching network television. Now I just watch DVDs (or interweb) – if a company won’t stand behind their product, why should a consumer invest their time in it?
October 29, 2013 at 9:10am
Use Firefox as your browser and download the (free) Ghostery plugin – I use this setup and it blocks almost 100% of ads and pop-ups. Every now and then I’ll visit the Blaze on a different machine running Chrome or IE and it’s just shocking how much crap they blast people with here. I don’t know about you, but it often keeps me from recommending articles to others because I know how they’ll perceive the site.
I use the same combo, (Thnx @-Monk) and it makes browsing a pleasure! If you don't like something you have a control box each add has a on/off switch
It is odd because I use IE, and for the past week, I had almost zero ads when I visited here, but today, the ads are back with a vengeance. Like someone posted below, the Blaze looks like a harbor Freight ad
thanks for the suggestion, i'll try it as my netbook explorer is unable to filter out the crap... the work system filters are adequate, as are the laptop, but the ads are totally hanging Safari, and i don't know if Firefox will run on the iPad platform.
long story short viewers (and no, we're not customers, we are product) should not have to jump through hoops to get to the stories and comment on the Blaze... it hurts their ultimate profit making by turning people away.
On to the ad... glad to see this. But they need more... They need a Sebelius look a like taking money from the young guy and giving it to an older obese guy, and then shrugging when the young guy asks where the money will come from when he needs it.
they need the obese guy to happily head to care only to find closed hospitals and offices and a LONG line to get said care... maybe he could be behind a leper who is obviously not going to make it to the head of the line in one piece...
I agree, I love the Firefox/ghostery set up. A lot smoother, with 99% less ads.
tried and firefox says it is malicious malware.
Hi Publius. Great suggestion. I will add that Google Chrome + Ghostery works equally well.
Thanks for the info. I loaded Ghostery for Chrome and ......ahhhhhhhhhhh
The ads are gone.
The Blaze is almost as glitchy as healthcare.gov, lately. In fact Google, Chrome, Yahoo, the internet itself seems glitchy. I figure it's the NSA soaking up the bandwidth.
July 19, 2013 at 12:12pm
Google “free tv video online.me” and you can watch GoT online for free. I suggest using Firefox with the Ghostery add-on installed to block most of the cookies. Also, there tend to be a bunch of popups – including one that asks you to register – but you can close them all and still watch the shows. Can’t beat it!
July 12, 2013 at 12:03pm
This is a terrific story (and the artwork is fantastic,) marred only by Billy’s inability to use proper punctuation.
1. “But the businessman contends that his family is enjoying the ministry and that, it’s an important work.” The comma is unnecessary.
2. ” In fact, Grant said it’s a church issue, as almost half of those women who are having abortions identify as Catholic or Christian.” The second comma is improper as it creates an false appositive; that is, the sentence does not make sense without the aside (and if it had been written correctly, it would.)