Tell me RNM, do you like salivating when the rhinos ring their bell? Translation: The rhinos tell us that Rubio is the only "electable" candidate so naturally good conservatives have to vote for him or else give the dems. their votes. Been there. Done that. You sound like to type of person who believes anything a person says if they say it often enough. Cruz, Trump and Carson voters are not well trained dogs who will sit when their so called masters tell them to. It's called not putting up with BS anymore. You should try it sometime.
 February 2, 2016 at 9:05am
Ask some similar questions around here, and you’ll find that most of you don’t know the difference between democratic socialism and Marxism, therefore you equate the two as one in the same. I’m not a Sanders guy, but you guys are just as ignorant as the folks in this video.
No such thing as "democratic socialism". Go live in Sweden or France and just TRY to get ahead. It can't be done unless you are royalty or a generational elitist of great wealth. Capitalism made this country great sir, the greatest in the world. But this country will be great no more with the attitude of something for nothing.
Hmmm.. You don't like the comments so you call the people on here ignorant. You assume, since you don't like the comments, that people don't know the answer to your question. Thus painting them all with a broad brush. That's how small minded, bigoted, prejudiced, racist people think. And/or democrats.
[-17] February 2, 2016 at 8:28am
Of course he was pandering… I guess we should be thankful Iowans picked the lesser of 2 crazies.
Only an extreme and willingly misinformed ideologue would be able to tell from 5 lyrics to a song “all they need to know” to make a judgment about someone.
 January 27, 2016 at 12:02pm
Chloe, I was actually a Beck fan back in the late 90′s and early 2000′s when he was a local yokel here in Tampa. He has always been an entertainer first and foremost, and I enjoyed him up until he went on his cross country, pro-war rally to get support behind invading Iraq. When he started talking about it “feeling like” we were at the beginning of WWIII (which he was since predicted 100 different times in 100 different ways) and started down the road of doomsday “prophet”, I bailed. He saw the light that he could make way more money (he was soon after syndicated all over the country and ended up on CNN, then Fox and so on) peddling a continual state of fear and doom than what he was doing before. And, no… he has been wrong far more than he’s been right. Making ambiguous predictions with a million different outcomes, and then claiming you’re right when one of them happens to stick, does not make you an accurate prophet.
 January 27, 2016 at 8:38am
Signs, signs, everywhere are signs… just like your ongoing, endless warnings, Glenn. The boy who cried wolf is what I used to think of when I heard your doomsday babbling, but you’ve surpassed even that analogy tenfold. In fact they should actually change the phrase to the Glenn who cried Hitler.
Glen loves to brag about all his "predictions" being right. Most of the time, he takes all sides of an argument, and then later comes out and says "I told you this was going to happen". I wish I could follow all his predictions so that I could demonstrate how wrong Beck is, but I can't stand his show anymore. He was a great comedian. He blows as a pundit.
Wishing everyone of you Beck bashers would just disappear from TheBlaze. Glenn Beck has been right more times than not. You come and people like you come here for one thing and one thing only and that is to stir the pot. If Trump becomes president those of us who see through him will have the pleasure of saying, "We told you so"!
Chloe, I was actually a Beck fan back in the late 90's and early 2000's when he was a local yokel here in Tampa. He has always been an entertainer first and foremost, and I enjoyed him up until he went on his cross country, pro-war rally to get support behind invading Iraq. When he started talking about it "feeling like" we were at the beginning of WWIII (which he was since predicted 100 different times in 100 different ways) and started down the road of doomsday "prophet", I bailed. He saw the light that he could make way more money (he was soon after syndicated all over the country and ended up on CNN, then Fox and so on) peddling a continual state of fear and doom than what he was doing before. And, no... he has been wrong far more than he's been right. Making ambiguous predictions with a million different outcomes, and then claiming you're right when one of them happens to stick, does not make you an accurate prophet.
Your little hippy song tells us all we need to know about you RNM.
Only an extreme and willingly misinformed ideologue would be able to tell from 5 lyrics to a song "all they need to know” to make a judgment about someone.
The Glenn who cried "caliphate"!!
[-5] January 22, 2016 at 9:35am
“People WANT higher taxes and less money on their paychecks?”
Not at all… I’m not a Sanders supporter, but I’m a bit tired of paying taxes every year while watching corporations with profits in the billions pay as little as zero in some cases at tax season.
January 22, 2016 at 9:31am
“I don’t think the American people want to hear politicians behaving like schoolyard children…”
That was when he was trying to filibuster the possibility of the Obamacare bill being taken up for vote because the Democrats were going to amend the bill to fund it plus the government shutdown was looming and wanting to bring attention to the public. He was reading Dr. Seuss to his children for their bedtime I think in the 15th hour. To me that's him being a great father to his daughters at the same time upholding his conservative convictions in the face of the establishment. Context is everything when you make an argument against someone. Too many are trying to slam Cruz now, but most all of it has no real ground to stand on.
 January 21, 2016 at 1:02pm
Yeah, there’s an 8-year-old and counting perpetual state of imminent socioeconomic collapse to worry about, right?
 January 21, 2016 at 11:11am
Your son’s PTSD and domestic violence arrest is Obama’s fault… we get it. Personal responsibility is only the mantra of my beloved Republican party until it becomes politically expedient to make it Obama’s fault. I guess I should just be glad I’m still registered Republican, so I can at least vote against this dingbat’s favorite candidate.
 January 21, 2016 at 11:07am
That book was a steamy pile of bull-shemitah… he was never right. He is a crafty BS artist, but if you dig into the numbers the whole 7 year cycle theory of his is complete bogus nonsense. Besides, he can’t claim any of the current market turmoil as proof he was right… he said it would happen in September 2015 and already touted the whopping 2.2% decline of the market in 2015 as proof he was right.
 January 21, 2016 at 11:05am
But I thought it was a hyperinflation collapse he was after… come on guys, get your story straight. You can’t have it all.
 January 21, 2016 at 11:02am
The amount of foreign oil we import is currently at historical lows. The amount of oil we are producing on our own is at historical highs. In fact, it is believed that we will outpace Saudi Arabia in barrels per day within the next 5 years. A Saudi prince even stated in early 2015 that we would not see $100 per barrel again in our lifetimes.
But I get it… high gas prices… thanks Obama… low gas prices, which are normally a good thing, are spun into a bad thing and once again… thanks Obama.
[-5] January 19, 2016 at 5:05pm
Well, she certainly has preserved her Edith Bunker “dingbat” status.
didn't think so until today but I have finally joined the chorus
Neither Trump nor Palin have said they are anti-gay so you need not be too worried.
Then vote for the communist Clinton because she is a woman. You know that’s why you like her. Either that or you are on the dole real heavy.
If she is elected you and your prog family will be fighting for your very lives in a civil war. I hope you’re ready.
January 15, 2016 at 9:24am
Rubio is the only one on that stage with a chance in hell at winning the national election. Everything he said about Cruz is legit… Cruz is an opportunistic charlatan just like Trump.
From the perspective of an independent voter with some conservative (but some moderate) leanings, I concur. In the GOP primary bubble, people don't seem to be looking toward November. The dynamic of the race will change dramatically once it is Clinton versus the GOP nominee. Rubio presents the best contrast with Clinton in terms of personal story, persona, message, and style. He's not all anger. The GOP voters want anger, but the general electorate wants more than that. Someone who can sound an uplifting, forward-looking, positive tone is the best bet to beat Clinton. It doesn't hurt that he is young and good-looking with a lovely wife and a brood of cute kids. Cruz is the same age, but he looks and acts a lot older. And yes, Cruz is an opportunistic charlatan. Rubio's attack were correct: Cruz has flip-flopped while playing the "principled conservative." All he has done since he got to the Senate is try to raise his own profile. I'm a Texan, and IMO he has done nothing to serve us. He just started running for Prez as soon as he got to the Senate. Maybe Rubio did too, but he has been there longer and has participated a lot more in trying to govern. All Cruz has done is stonewall and grandstand and stage pointless filibusters. Cruz is good at campaigning....but then so was Obama.
Scoutlet on your "pointless filibuster". it became pointless the moment Mitch McConnell lied to Ted and quickly reneged on a promise he made to his constituents during the campaign. " day one we will repeal Obamacare". day one arrives and suddenly he doesn't have the votes. since they run away screaming like little girls when faced with using the power the constitution affords them (power of the purse) they kneecapped cruz the moment he gave them the chance to fulfill a campaign promise.
I've essentially accepted the fact that Trump's mob has become too vocal and the sheep are now falling in line. So after Trump gets crushed in the national election Rubio will be the nominee for 2020.
 January 14, 2016 at 4:14pm
The re-education crap is rather silly, however… and this is important… if you are a for-profit entity, you are not afforded the same protections as a non-profit entity (i.e., a church). So, although you may not want to serve certain people in society because you disagree with their lifestyle, you are subject to anti-discrimination laws… and it is not religious persecution because you are not a religious, non-profit establishment.
freedom of expression only applies when there is nothing at stake. but when you own a business then everyone has the God given right to demand how you proportion your labor. so when I own a business everyone else owns it and I have no rights. that is the truest form or f#$#%#% up. Watch next time someone wants to perform a humane animal sacrifice to satan in a Gay for profit church, the crickets will be heard for miles around when the church refuses this.
I guess the next thing to do is refuse with no reason at all. Criminals really do not need to know why you not going along with their perversion.
RNM, we all need to "make a profit" to live. I can't pay my mortgage if I do not make money. If I must violate my conscience in order to survive, I am not free.
RNM - Actually, you're wrong. SCOTUS, in the Hobby Lobby case held that a closely held corporation can't be forced to violate the religious beliefs of the owners. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burwell_v._Hobby_Lobby_Stores,_Inc.
I believe this SCOTUS precedent would apply in this case even though it is a for profit business.
RNM - In which Article or Amendment of the Constitution is that found?
Is there an asterisk next to the First Amendment that the rest of us missed?
So what they need to do then is to get one or both of them ordained in a church, build a chapel, declare a religion, and then host only ceremonies that are in line with their religious beliefs?
I have a concealed carry permit in Ohio, and a few other states as well. I have a Constitutionally guaranteed right to possess arms, and the legal right to carry one. Why is it legal for a business to post signs that are intended to deny my right to enter a store or restaurant? How is that any different than a sign barring homosexuals?
“Re-Education” same wording as in Communist Countries when you don't "kow-tow" to the Party Line (if you aren't killed outright)
Why can't you rump rangers just find a business that has no issues with your deviant life and leave everyone else alone. You will NEVER be accepted as you want, get over it and bake your own damn cake.
What you do in your bedroom is no concern to me. You want my participation in your freak show, not happening.
Angel, your argument would be good if... WE DIDN"T HAVE THE 1st Amendment. The right to freedom of religion isn't talking about non-profit businesses. It's talking about EVERY CITIZEN in the U.S. and how they live their life every single day.
Seems to me that the reeducation is the government establishing a religion.
RNM, do you really believe that the state would go to such lengths if this property were owned by muslims? Well, to begin with a gay couple wouldn't have been so disrespectful to ask them to perform a wedding were it owned by muslims. It's hypocrisy. It's almost certain that they only asked because they knew they were christian and only wanted to have their fifteen minutes of fame and shove their crap down american throats.
 January 14, 2016 at 10:09am
Hey Glenn, this is about your 723rd claim that WWIII is beginning over the past 13 years… I’d say it might be time to go for your 276th call that the economy is collapsing and call it a day… or better yet, call it a career and move on.
 January 12, 2016 at 4:04pm
((Yawn)))… funny, the ridiculous Martial Law scenario has been suggested by both left and right wing conspiracy nut jobs (depending on who’s in the White House at the time) during at least the last 5 President’s final year in office. I think it’s time to put that tired and worn out conspiracy to bed… seriously.
 January 12, 2016 at 2:05pm
I’ve marked your words over the years, Glenn… and most often, they’re wrong, but you somehow always manage to twist and contort reality in the eyes of these rubes to get them to believe that what eventually happens is what you had predicted. Abracadabra!
Really? I've marked them too and have found he has almost always been right. His time frames may b off but the substance has been spot on. Please give examples. He predicted the 08 crash, understood the fundamental transformation, predicted the Arab spring would unravel the middle east and then Europe. Predicted the caliphate before anyone knew what the hell it was. Predicted that communists, socialists, radicals aka democrats would align with Islamists..warned that the Muslim brotherhood was not to be trusted.....ok I've given mine....now ur turn.