Hey GB. thanks for investing the time into this whole marijuana issue. Now please invest a little time into some of these companies that you apparently endorse. `gold medals“ from Goldline, a real estate agent endorsement siteÉ Come on GB you are better than this. Use your celebrity for something other than lining your pockets.
Very pleased to see that 'you' watched. Excellent taste in sites Sir. That's what it's all about. eyeballs & clicks. Even the lefties are getting on board, 'Have you noticed'?
Yep, it's an excellent straight shooting news & opinion platform. Tell your friends :)
 May 18, 2015 at 3:35pm
That is not at all why the second raising was done. Check your facts.
That's PRECISELY why it was done, though the fact that the ships offshore couldn't see the first flag also came into the mix. 70,000 Marines fought for 35 days to take that island. Over 6,700 of them died there; more than 4,000 in one day. I know one Iwo-Jima Veteran who lives near me and is a regular guest in my home. On those rare occasions when the subject comes up, he'll say a few words about it and then go into that "thousand yard stare" into his memories. I can only imagine the horrors he saw there. Makes my own memories seem trivial.
Read the Official History, for crying out loud. . What better place to find out why Marines did what they did under fire do you think exists, other than the men themselves? Unfortunately, their generation is dying at a rate of roughly 2,000 per day.
Shortly after the first flag-raising on Mount Suribachi, Iwo Jima, Lieutenant Colonel Chandler W. Johnson, the Battalion commander, told Second Lieutenant Albert T. Tuttle, Assistant Operations Officer, 2d Battalion, 28th Marines, to go down to one of the ships on the beach and get a large battle flag - "large enough that the men at the other end of the island can see it. It will lift their spirits also." Lieutenant Tuttle went on board LST 779, beached near the base of the volcano and obtained a larger set of colors. Ironically, the flag from LST 779 which would soon fly over the first captured Japanese territory had been salvaged from Pearl Harbor, probably from some decommissioned destroyer or destroyer escort.
That is the take that was also in the book written by the son of the last surviving member.
There is another line about the secdef wanting the smaller flag. I was not there. So I can only get my info from other sources.
 May 17, 2015 at 11:32pm
A cvs burned = riot
9 dead, 18 injured = brawl
Math works both ways.
May 17, 2015 at 11:48am
You would have to be comatose to not “ace” this multiple choice test. I have never taken an American history class at any level. Never written a U.S. Citizen test. Never lived in the USA and yet I aced it. This was an example of how low the bar has been set that people celebrate a multiple choice test that all but leads you to the correct answer. So embarrassing that anyone didn’t ace it.
 May 16, 2015 at 9:59pm
How do you explain the single case of breast cancer in a woman who has never had an abortion, nor has her mother or mothers mother etc etc etc. or are the effects of an abortion contagious to all women. Surely, you don’t believe what you typed.
May 14, 2015 at 10:58am
Breaking bread with Kyle would have at least been interesting. The man had a penchant for story telling. Maybe he could describe how he shot Americans from atop the Astrodome?
May 14, 2015 at 10:49am
oneirishman – I think I just gave you your first view this month. You keep spreading your version of the truth.
 May 14, 2015 at 10:35am
Only a very small segment of the population considers Ventura’s reputation trashed over this. Mostly blaze readers/listeners. Ventura had every right to sue a live person and then have it reach to the mans estate.
May 13, 2015 at 8:39pm
Christop’s. Hmm. That is interesting. I did not know that Karl Marx was a Jesuit. Or even that his particular form of being Luthoran involved joining a catholic order. Tell me more oh wise one.
 May 13, 2015 at 4:39pm
Only for Blaze readers. Most people could care less about the back story and only know Ventura won a suit against Kyle and/or his estate.
I don’t understand why some people can’t have great respect for Chris Kyle and all he did to keep our troops safe over there, but still understand he wasn’t perfect.
He was a flawed human being, but still a hero. He got caught lying a few times, but that doesn’t diminish his actions while serving the country he loved.
LOL! Keep telling yourself that BS. I also have a popular Liveleak channel, I think I’m currently #18 on the all time Leaker list. I can attest to the fact ppl worldwide know the back story. Suk on that !!!
getoffmylawncommies..... Chris Kyle's lies weren't just little lies, they were big lies. The kind that dealt with murders he had committed stateside. I say murders because he claims to have continued his sniping in New Orleans and elsewhere.
Do you ever hear any other SEAL or sniper bragging on themselves like this? Does Marcus Lutrell run around telling us how many people he killed and how many lives he saved? No. Marcus, who is fond of Kyle, has honor and integrity.
The whole segment with his wife today was pure theatre. Glenn trying to tear up, then stopping once he realized Kyle's wife should cry first. Beck telling that stupid story about his daughter crying in an alley after the movie. How many times has he told that one?
As for Taya she is going to make sure she makes every penny possible from her time in the spotlight. She has apparently, as revealed by Glenn today, already been given over 800,000 dollars from Glenn's Charity, which he couldn't help but mentioning.
Go back and watch these actors at work. They are playing innocent, good hearted people who don't deserve to be misled.
oneirishman - I think I just gave you your first view this month. You keep spreading your version of the truth.
May 13, 2015 at 3:02pm
Merica is often used as a derogatory term for America in english speaking countries. It is not a term of respect.
 May 12, 2015 at 3:00pm
Where are the signs about adulterers going to hell? That one was considered important enough to make the Big Ten list. Or would that hurt attendance?
Very true! Don't speak out for what you know is right, good, true and of good report. You might ruffle some feathers. Well, perhaps some folks need to have the feathers ruffled. It might wake them up, snap them out of their apostate slumber.
May 5, 2015 at 11:25am
Looking at you GB.
May 3, 2015 at 4:00pm
The big winner was MMA. Boxing took a lethal shot. I will never pay attention to this “sport” again.
May 2, 2015 at 4:32pm
Oh Henry…..haha. Have you ever noticed how many times he has been wrong and still claimed to be right. Or how many times he claims to be right and was late to the game of talking about it. Or how many times he has just flat out been wrong. I won’t list because I want you to take some of gb’s advice and check for yourself.
[-3] April 30, 2015 at 8:32pm
LSD blogs were announcing just that back in October 2014. That the church would make members have a civil marriage and then be sealed in a temple. LDS church will protect its tax free status even if it requires a new revelation to its profit.
April 28, 2015 at 10:33pm
Please tell me you are joking. Meet the Mormons was attended by only Mormons and didn’t deserve more than a 0% approval by critics.
April 28, 2015 at 10:27pm
Okay, so let’s use some logic instead of gb’s fear and conspiracy thinking. The movie was in its first weekend of release. It drew about about 200 people per theatre (not per showing, per theatre). Gb and bill o heavily endorsed it to their aidiences who generally act on those recommendations. Does it not stand to reason that the majority of people who attended had been told to like it, or perhaps told it was a great movie? If so, it stands that those same people would not want to disappoint the likes of gb and bill o so they looked for a way to endorse it.
I would suspect that if the percentage of critics who liked it is conspicuously smaller than the number of people who liked it, then perhaps in this case it is the likes that are suspect. Let’s wait a week or two and see if the 88% falls as it would reflect a truer audience than those “told” to attend. Or maybe the attendance numbers fall which is equally telling.
But no go, you go ahead no think it is anti Christian.
 April 17, 2015 at 3:22pm
Again with the inconsistency. Why gays? why not adulterers or people who don’t honor the sabbath or any number of others that God thought enough of to list on the big ten.
Just another hypocrite.
Did you not bother to read the whole post or just jump up on your high horse? He plainly stated and I quote "Dishonesty, thievery, immoral behavior, etc. will not be welcomed at MY place of business." - take a minute and pull your foot outta your mouth now.
because the librules and government are not forcing you under gunpoint of law to participate.
Get it now?
You are not being FORCED to participate against your will in adultery.
It is 100% everything to do with Gov forcing to participate in something that is a cardinal burn in hell forever sin to some religions.