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  • [1] August 8, 2016 at 1:34pm

    ((Yawn))… Oh Jim, did you lose a lot of money betting on this collapse that has yet to come after “predicting” it will every year for the past 8 years? How many more years need to slip by before you are the boy who cried wolf?

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  • [1] July 28, 2016 at 3:16pm

    Wow, a guy that realizes that feelings aren’t facts… hat tip to you Mr. Agresti.

  • [1] July 28, 2016 at 3:14pm

    Ouch… you should know by now that you can make no claim of anything going right whatsoever while Obama’s in office. It’s un-Christian.

  • [1] July 22, 2016 at 1:55pm

    Bingo! I was thinking the exact same thing!

  • [15] July 12, 2016 at 4:38pm

    It’s rather entertaining but sad to watch the media do everything they can to vilify Castile. The guy had a clean record… nothing in his past, so naturally, they have to reach for the ridiculous insinuation that he somehow was justifiably shot because he looked like somebody who may have committed a crime. Why can’t we just at least entertain the idea that the officer made a mistake… a very poor call of judgment that cost someone their life? We question politicians and their motives and actions we see as mistakes all the time. Why are police officers untouchable? I have the utmost respect for the job our police officers do, but come on!

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  • [1] June 30, 2016 at 10:04am

    These are such old and tired conspiracy BS stories that have been hashed and re-hashed ad nauseum and properly debunked every time. But… you know… continue to build your bunker and order survivalist supplies from Glenn’s sponsors if it makes you feel better. It has certainly made Glenn’s wallet feel better.

  • [5] June 22, 2016 at 3:37pm

    I get it, we were primed to find somebody that is everything that our politicians have not been, however, once you weed through the “jackass is a jackass”, “illegal is an illegal” and “terrorist is a terrorist” rhetoric, there’s just no substance. Trump is an extremely thin-skinned whinebag, and lies so often, the media can’t even keep up to debunk the last thing he just said. Aside from all that, the guy is really just not that bright.

  • [9] June 22, 2016 at 10:50am

    Who cares about the Playboy in the pic? As a Christian myself, I’m more appalled at the prospect of Falwell getting kickbacks to endorse the most ridiculous, circus sideshow candidate we’ve seen in recent history… because he can’t be doing it willingly and with a clear conscience… can he?

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  • [1] June 3, 2016 at 10:31am

    Why is this all of a sudden a super scandalous thing. I am not an Obama guy nor was I a Bush supporter, but Bush skipped 6 out of 8 D-Days for which he was in office. He even had a big Black Music Month celebration on D-Day in 2005. So what!

  • [-5] June 2, 2016 at 2:42pm

    His poor attempt to make like Obama was the first to skip D-Day while linking to a commemoration speech by a POTUS who skipped 6 out of 8 of them is not very truthful.

  • [4] June 2, 2016 at 2:07pm

    Hey Schilling… it’s pretty funny that you link to Bush’s commemoration speech on Memorial Day 2007… because there is no mention of D-Day on D-Day in the same archive for the same year. Neither is there for 6 out of the 8 D-Days he was in office. Hell, he even had a Black Music History celebration on D-Day 2005. I’m no Obama guy, but the double standards or at least very poor memory are what’s mind-boggling, Curt.

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  • [10] June 2, 2016 at 12:01pm

    They should just call this kid Lil’ Donnie… he’s perfected the squint and pucker face.

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  • [19] June 2, 2016 at 10:54am

    That may be so, but it’s just as bad as a guy who says 1000 single-syllable words in a speech while saying really nothing at all… hello Trump.

  • June 2, 2016 at 10:50am

    His quote basically said, “if Congress can’t remove him from office, what patriot is going to step up and do it?” Please expound upon any and all non-violent options a single individual has to remove a POTUS from office in the scenario that Congress will not do so? The truth is your allegiance to all things Beck is clouding your judgment.

  • [22] May 31, 2016 at 2:00pm

    Beck, you have a history of twisting and contorting many folks’ words to the nth degree to extrapolate some of the most ridiculous conspiracy theory nonsense I’ve ever heard in my life, no matter if your conclusion is even remotely close to what the person actually says or not. And now you’re boy uses a phrase like “what patriot is going to step up and do that [remove him from office]“, and you cry foul when folks come to a rather logical conclusion considering the language used? What a hypocrite! At least this time, the conclusions are somewhat plausible.

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  • [3] May 24, 2016 at 4:43pm

    To the contrary… what I’m suggesting is address real problems now, instead of trying to predict BS that is unlikely to ever happen to fearmonger people into a frenzy. You know… like grown ups do… “OK, what can we do to be positive change to address our problems?”, instead of, “Oh my God… the sky is falling… it’s all going to hell… oh, and here’s a word from our sponsor, who just so happens to have a product you absolutely need to survive the hell that is to come… we’ll be right back.”

  • [1] May 24, 2016 at 3:13pm

    Just more status quo nonsensical misinterpretation of the Bible… these guys will be just as wrong as Hal Lindsey, Tim LaHaye and the rest who came before them touting the eschatological buffoonery that is dispensationalism and futurism. The idea that we live in the worst times in American history alone takes a lot of denial or ignorance to believe. Were the good old days when we committed genocide against the Native Americans? Were the good old days when owning another human being as property was acceptable? How about the days when the age of sexual consent was as young as 9 years old in many states? Maybe the days when a man beating his wife was perfectly legal as long as he didn’t maim or kill her? 200 years ago, the percentage of folks going to church is virtually no different than today. The majority of people were poor. They had diseases that are now eradicated and died young. Perhaps abortion being legal during the 1800′s in America with 20-25% of all pregnancies ending in abortion were the “good old days”. The abortion rate has collapsed over the past 20 years, with 70% of abortion clinics shuttered. Let’s not willingly ignore measurable statistics to stay in the comfort of our ignorance. Besides, the apocalyptic stuff that nobody seems to know how to interpret was accounted for in the annals of history, recorded by Jews who witnessed gross persecution of Christians and the eventual destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD. It’s over people.

  • [3] May 24, 2016 at 10:08am

    Hey Glenn… the age of sexual consent in many states in the 1800′s was as young as 9 years old… in addition to that, abortion was legal and an estimated 20-25% of all pregnancies were aborted during that time, and it was legal to physically abuse your wife as long as you didn’t maim or kill her. Do we have problems? Sure… but since you are such a student of history, why don’t you stop pretending this is the worst time in American history and admit we live in statistically proven good times. I realize what that would do to your ratings and survival product sales since your bread and butter are folks with visions of societal collapse and apocalypse dancing in their heads, but I think it would preserve what’s left of your reputation.

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  • [-3] May 17, 2016 at 5:15pm

    Believe what you must Avengerk… like Ebola was Obama’s way of killing us all, right?

  • [-4] May 17, 2016 at 3:57pm

    MiltonsMinion… yeah sounds a lot like the fearmongering last year about churches being forced to marry gays when SCOTUS allegedly redefined marriage… and here we are almost a year later and not a single church here has been forced to marry anyone.

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