Mitt, for the love of all that is holy, PUH-LEASE call for a Cruz/Rubio ticket! I know that you probably like Rubio better, but the math just doesn’t work for him! Please! We love both guys, but the only way to win is together!!!
1 There is a pic of her from a couple weeks ago with porn star Ron Jeremy in the earlier blaze release story on this. If she repented; she sure had a miraculous instantaneous conversion to go from hanging out with one of the grossest porn stars in history to wanting to help Ted Cruz candidacy…I think any ex porn star turned Christian would know that she isn’t ‘helping’ a candidacy by strolling across the street from her porn friends house to the casting staff for a Ted Cruz commercial.
2 when Jesus said ‘those without sin cast the first stone’ he was talking about PEOPLE BEATING A WOMAN TO DEATH WITH STONES…. how did people in our culture turn not wanting a porn actress involved in their campaign into synonymous with ‘beating someone to death with stones’?
The hyperbole brought into church by liberals needs to stop. It’s just a clever mechanism to make little of evil behavior (even to rationalize a sinner as a victim) and to scandalize righteous and wise behavior as always being ‘pharisaical’.
 September 20, 2015 at 3:58am
He has his moments… Just moments, but he has them.
 September 17, 2015 at 9:05am
Is it just me, or does Ann Coulter sound more like a liberal Democrat these days? This is intolerable. Of course we love Reagan, Israel, Christians and Jews! How is any of that a problem?
Europe cares too, and has been hurting their economies for a while and they are upset they we are not doing the same.
With the EPA trying to regulate CO2, we can still completely tank the economy.
In the words of RonWhite: Cows add to global warming gassing, so I am doing my part one steak at a time.
We don't have to kill our economy. We can keep right on what we're doing.
But we should also be developing new technology.
German is running 74% clean energy,
Turn off FOX
I gave you a thumbs down because you said the USA cares about this. No, corrupt politicians interested in taxing us PRETEND to care about this. Truly a secret combination in action. They can NOT be that dumb to look at all the pseudo science and call it real
idiots. who cares what cuban thinks? he probably is trying for a federal grant. is glenn in love with cuban? no one else cares.
How about the fact that it doesn't exist?
[-2] September 12, 2015 at 4:58pm
By contradicting himself so frequently, I suppose he avoids being wrong.
Actually, Pat Robertson’s view is not dissimilar to my own. I cannot ignore either the evidence for God, or the evidence for evolution. The Bible says God created man from the dust f the earth. Evolution says, basically, an evolved from the dust of the earth. Whose to say that evolution couldn’t be the mechanism by which God accomplished our creation?
Life is assembled according to the codes in DNA it does not evolve. The code could not have originated accidentally. Intelligence had to create the first codes.
If, in fact, there are "if-then" statements in the code then there could be a process that could be mistaken for evolution.
We know that there are at least 4 "digits" in the DNA code compared to the 2 "digits" we use in computer code. This probably gives at least 3 dimensions. There are no repeating codes in the DNA that would occur if the first code was created by natural processes not involving conscious intelligence.
February 5, 2014 at 7:38pm
“We must disclose the sources of the money in our campaigns, amend the Constitution to reverse the grievous error of the Citizens United decision, reform our broken campaign finance system and empower citizens everywhere to exercise their right to vote, unless it’s for a Republican. We can’t have that. We have to stop people from donating to and voting for Republicans.” Cut the nonsense Pelosi. This is about cutting money to the GOP. That is all. At least be honest. Sheesh.
January 21, 2014 at 8:49pm
I agree that Obama is treasonous and tyrannical, but language calling for his execution is provocative and inflammatory. Making movies where a masked vigilante kills a British PM tantamount to George W. Bush, or a mocumentory about killing George W. Bush… or wishing someone would assassinate George W. Bush, as countless celebrities have should have also been inflammatory and should not have been tolerated either. The reason people expect us to behave ourselves is because we actually have standards. I won’t call for anyone’s resignation, but he aught to apologize, and cool it with the provocative language. BTW, I am a proud Libertarian. I just don’t think this kind of language helps the national dialogue.
January 14, 2014 at 10:46am
Terrior mix, code word for Pittbull. If people knew the kind of abuse this breed endures, or how wonderful they are when rescued they would not feel the need to hide the breed in articles like this for fear the dog may not engender the desired sympathy. My dog is the best dog ever. Loyal, loving and obedient. She is a rescue. She is a Pittbull, she is the norm. This is a great dog, and I hope that people understand that the only reason a pitt goes bad is thanks to owners like the creep in the article. Hell has a special place for people who abuse children and animals.
August 24, 2013 at 6:38pm
And the fact that when Treyvon was four minutes from his destination he turned around and rushed to confront Zimmerman and attacked Zimmerman, broke his nose, knocked him down and bashed his head into the pavement has no relevance to MLKIII why? I agree that Zimmerman (an Hispanic by the way) should have stayed in the car, but if Treyvon hadn’t turned around and made the conscious decision to escalate things to violence he would still be alive. It may be harsh, but it has to be said. Facts do matter.
August 24, 2013 at 6:30pm
I respectfully disagree, having played games all my life, and also enjoying target shooting. The mechanics of aiming and firing in a video game are quite a lot more complex than aiming and firing a gun in real life.
August 24, 2013 at 6:26pm
Agreed! I am very glad to see that there a lot of folks on this page are of the same mind. It’s refreshing to see personal responsibility advocated over banning stuff. The parents are absolutely to blame for this.
August 24, 2013 at 6:24pm
August 24, 2013 at 6:22pm
Amen!!! you hit the nail on the head!!!
August 24, 2013 at 6:22pm
Inanimate objects do not kill people, but irresponsibly leaving firearms out where a curious kid can access them can lead to tragic accidents. The kids in my household do not get to play M rated games, watch R rated movies, and our guns are under very tight lock and key. I hate how the left goes after guns and the right goes right for “ban the video game!” This incident should be, however, a clear cut case for the need for more responsible parents and caretakers. For the love of pete why was an 8 year old playing an M rated game and why was a loaded fire arm in his grasp? And for those who think that playing video games is “practice” for shooting people? Um, no… Dual analogue controls do not aiming mechanics make. Sadly firing a gun is a lot easier than playing most video games. Let’s not talk about banning stuff, let’s talk about being responsible parents and care takers.