I have never smoked anything in my life. Tobacco smoke irritates the hell out of my allergies, and I am acutely aware of the odor on somebody even from a short distance. And, I find all of this as an assault on freedom. When it bothers me, I get up and walk away for a while, or for the rest of the evening some times. Its is not some politician’s duty to protect me from the freedoms of others. Especially when I made the choice to be there in the first place. I have no desire to make everybody around me conform to my wishes.
Silver: Well, here in Florida you're not required to wear a helmet while riding a motorcycle but you have to wear a seat belt when driving a car or truck! LOL
This would bury any republican immediately............she is a snake.
It gave the "impression" that she has something to hide.
Of course, she has many things to hide, and Bill is one of them.
If that stupid cow was standing knee-deep in blood with a smoking pistol in her hands, she'd still deny it. Of COURSE they can't/won't admit guilt.
Obviously she used private email for a reason. This ain't her first time doing criminal acts of treason and embezzlement.
Probably also a lot of Clinton "fund" donators emails got deleted also. But would not the server or the Cloud have them all somewhere? Nothing is ever hidden on the net if they look at the digital trail.
When that punk opens his mouth everyone knows lies are going to roll off his lips.
 March 3, 2015 at 1:22pm
Okay, I know there must be some auto-correct malarky going on, but to reference the “separation of posers” when talking about the Republican party made me laugh out loud!!
 March 3, 2015 at 1:16pm
When an administration abuses “classification” of information to hide it’s crimes, it makes a hostage of our national security.
We, the people should start recalls on all RNO's. Even those that have been there a few months. The President violated the separation of posers in the Constitution and MUST be made accountable. If the republicans had any 'you know whats', they would call for impeachment.
Okay, I know there must be some auto-correct malarky going on, but to reference the "separation of posers" when talking about the Republican party made me laugh out loud!!
If you think we're paying for it now, just wait until we have to fund 3-years of tax returns to 5 Million Illegal Aliens that never even paid taxes to start!
Obama is a TRAITOR and systematically destroying our country one step at a time. Those that support him are complicit in this as well.
 March 3, 2015 at 8:24am
These guys will hitch their wagon to anything for traction.
 March 2, 2015 at 5:36pm
Bibi’s got nukes. We gave them to him. You think he’ll use them? I wouldn’t take bets against it.
Israel has always said publicly that they'll only use their nukes defensively. From what I saw and heard while there, I'm inclined to believe that.
 March 2, 2015 at 8:41am
There are 49 doses for 14 diseases before age 6 given today. When we were kids it was about a quarter of that. There are over 100 new vaccines in the pipeline and coming to a pediatric office near you. When do you begin to wonder how much is too much, and who decides? In the last 12 years no one in America has died of measles. There have, however, been hundreds of deaths due to adverse reaction to the vaccine. The benefits outweigh the risks? Tell that to the parents of those children.
It is good to remember that these shots are given in combination at a time when the same doctors are telling the mothers to introduce "solid" food to their child one at a time to detect allergic reactions. Parents are waking up to the inconsistencies by the doctors and taking control - and the responsibility- for their childs health. Could this be the biggest problem doctors have with the issue of vaccination - that parents are taking control?
49 doses for 14 diseases ...
Just goes to show that this is one area of medicine where the drug companies basically own us...
They have legal immunity from mishaps ... the government coerces us with threats if the child isn't immunized...
 February 27, 2015 at 1:54pm
Much of the veracity of the arguments over Global Warming, man made or otherwise, circle around the veracity of the data collected and the models then posited. I have read accounts regarding the different technologies used and their inherent disagreement due to their natures. Additionally, the recording of temperature has not been a static thing. In fact the closing of measuring facilities and the truth in reporting of the data collected, have recently been noted as having an effect on conclusions reached. Doubt would not be so great were it not such an economic and political issue. I am not impressed.
 February 27, 2015 at 1:28pm
So far, no one knows the ramifications of what was just enacted. The only thing we are hearing about – which usually means there is much more – is about speed. And while leveling that playing field can be seen as preventing censorship by ISP’s, a greater question is what comes next from the FCC? They DO censor content in television and radio. Another question to be answered is – what is the status of communication and tracking now that the internet is considered a “public” utility? Did the FCC just legalize what the NSA has been guilty of? All the hoopla about ISP’s providing your data to the Fed will now be …..legal? I don’t know, BECAUSE THE PROCESS WAS OPAQUE! Maybe that doesn’t bug you getoffmylawncommies, but it concerns me greatly.
Can’t wait to read the rules….sigh.
 February 27, 2015 at 1:01pm
The article suggests that a Islam itself is not moderate, and only, through dissembling when within other belief structures, appears moderate. If a muslim follows their faith then anything appearing moderate would be a facade. This article also suggests that all who are not muslim are the enemy and targets for subjugation. Sounds like government to me!
 February 27, 2015 at 8:21am
I find the substance debates ridiculous. One side says they are toxic and dangerous. The other side says, it should be your choice. They are both right. What we are talking about is the Government having the authority to punish you for using them. Overreach, if you ask me. In this case, God doesn’t make mistakes. If it grows in the ground, it is there for our use, or abuse. OUR choice, regulated by OUR intelligence. Live or die by it. That, like it or not, is Freedom.
I love the scrambled-brain argument. I know tons of people who have done it or continue to do it and they're doctors, lawyers, engineers, etc. They are not worse off.
You should be free to do it. It's a natural growing plant.
Toxic and dangerous? You do realize that most of what we eat is that? But regardless, if you don’t have free choice to ingest what you wish without the federal monster killing or improsoning you for your disobedience for your consumption….is that free? Might as well ban those 48oz sodas from gas stations. (Loosely applied argument – but effective). Government attacking it’s citizens for its choice in consumption is not a good example of ‘freedoms’
 February 27, 2015 at 8:01am
Dattebayo – I hope she fries and brings Barry down with her.
 February 26, 2015 at 1:20pm
And look!! ANOTHER bill that isn’t readable until it is already law. I’m losing interest in this process. It’s not leaving the citizenry with choices. And we know where that leads, don’t we King George.
What i dont completely understand, is why can people pass legislation without the public seeing whats in a bill? How is that legal and why hasnt congress or the senate passed a bill (preferably without anyone reading it) that would limit that power to do so. Its super shady and these branches of governmental admins ie FCC IRS etc... should NOT have power enough to impose new law or regulation. They should only be able to suggest... EVERY law or bill or proposition should be voted on by the PEOPLE.
It's not a bill. It's a regulation. Concocted by unelected bureaucrats.
We live in an oligarchy of unelected Bureaucratic Agency. There is no reprieve from them, there is no petitioning them, there is nothing to stop them.
But Wheeler called it “the most open proceeding in FCC history.”
This isn't legislation, this is regulation. Congress passed on their powers years ago in vaguely written laws to allow unelected bureaucrats to decide to take away our liberties. They have abdicated their duties and we continue to elect those that do and allow them to do it. We have only ourselves to blame for this.
“The 332-page plan, which has not yet been publicly released… …
“Wheeler, however, championed the transparency of the process after the vote on Thursday, calling it “the most open proceeding in FCC history.”
So it comes down to what 'transparency' means to the Left.
Its not a bill its a department making a regulatory decision, which is easily challenged and easily rescinded
 February 26, 2015 at 9:47am
Suspected. Innocent until proven guilty. This is BS. It’s not perfect, but it’s what is appropriate to protect liberty.
Agreed, the existing restrictions (mentally ill, convicted felon) require objective evidence and proof before you ability to acquire firearms is restricted.
@ Gn8, Wrong! Those are the OLD rules no longer in effect. You are prohibited if you have been indicted (not convicted) of ANY offense that carries a possible 1 year sentence. The convicted felon thing no longer applies! That means even if you win in court & are found not guilty, you are still prohibited from purchasing, owning, and possessing any firearms. You cannot have them in your home , so your family is prohibited as well. I don't know why so many people don't know this. Many if not all states have quietly changed their criminal codes to include a 1 year jail sentence for almost all offenses including such minor "crimes" as unpaid parking tickets, DUI, littering & many others. This is back door gun control. There are millions of law abiding people who are prohibited due to some minor offense, & don't even know it.
Forgot to add. There is no sunset rule either. They can go back all the way. If you stole a pack of gum 35 years ago when you were 10, guess what? You're prohibited!
@Max, I don’t think that is correct. I think the rule is “under” indictment. Meaning you are going to trial, or it has been remanded to the prosecutor to take you to trial. Once the court ruling is done, you are no longer “under” indictment.
The “good intention” behind that is that they’re worried some guy will snap and go “I’ll be damned if they try me..” and go shoot up the court. It’s not like if you’re going to shoot up the court that you wouldn’t just get one illegally anyway.
I think we're the only ones who believe in "Innocent until proven guilty" any more.
In today's society, you need only be accused, suspected or perceived of wrongdoing. Without any trial & verdict, you lose your job, your life is ruined & you, your family, and your former employer get death threats from all the loving liberal left lynch mobs.