We’ve been burnt enough renting cars in the past, and one company is already on my blacklist- I wouldn’t rent from them unless it was life-or-death. Avis’s second tweet turns me off. If they don’t do better, they will join the other company on my blacklist, and I’ll rent from the other one before I do Avis.
 November 23, 2015 at 12:21pm
Or a winking emoji. ;)
 November 23, 2015 at 12:04pm
JBARRANCHAZ, you said something about hoping that God “forgives us for punishing bad men….” This should inform your conscience:
Romans 13:4 “For he ( the ruler /governing authority) is God’s minister to you for good. But if you do evil, be afraid; for he does not bear the sword in vain; for he is God’s minister, an avenger to execute wrath on him who practices evil.”
When one of the kings of Israel decided to pull a Jay Inslee and not execute one who was worthy of death, God sent a prophet to call him out and said that he would die himself for refusing to carry out this capital punishment. (I cannot locate it this morning for some reason, but it’s in either 1&2 Kings or 1&2 Chronicles in the Old Testament). The point being, from God’s covenant with all mankind under Noah through the New Testament, the punishment for murder is the forfeit of the life of the murderer. When we decide that we are ‘too civilized’ to uphold that standard, the punishment comes upon us as a society and we see it in stories like this.
November 10, 2015 at 3:39am
No, not everyone, just this dude and a few people who agree with him. The rest of us either quit buying Sbux years ago or are still wasting our money on bad coffee.
 November 10, 2015 at 3:30am
It’s not as if there aren’t plenty of people talking about it. Personally I wish it would go away, but it is creating an opportunity to speak of Sbux ‘s real offenses and the real reasons that Christians and conservatives should spend their money elsewhere.
November 10, 2015 at 3:06am
Ugh- 3 day old, watered down S-bux would be better than that dreck.
November 10, 2015 at 3:04am
Too true… except for their pumpkin bread. However, I can bake a whole loaf for less than the cost of one slice from them.
[-1] November 9, 2015 at 5:24pm
Sorry for the double post.
 November 9, 2015 at 5:23pm
Waiting for them to bring out the rappa edition of Billy Bragg’s “Waiting for the Great Leap Forward.”
 November 9, 2015 at 5:21pm
“Lefty university/college” is a bit redundant, isn’t it?
 November 9, 2015 at 5:19pm
History repeats itself. This is Mao’s Cultural revolution in which the previous revolutionaries were condemned as being anti-revolutionary.
Well, someone had to fill in for Chairman Mao in this restaging of The Cultural Revolution.
[-2] November 9, 2015 at 4:54pm
People who read the whole article and watched the segment are laughing at you.
[-4] November 9, 2015 at 4:53pm
Did you bother to read / watch and understand why he said what he did? No, just like the Teddy Bear issue you leap to conclusions and react. Leave the non-thinking reactionary response to the hard-left.
Oh I've thought about it and I see what's coming. Minority groups in the US are behaving much like the Palestinians in the Middle East. The strategy is to stake out an extreme position and demand compromise. Since the extreme position is far from the position taken by more reasonable parties and the Left posits the assumption that the positions are equal, the more reasonable party is expected to make the bigger sacrifice.
Israel has to battle this tactic constantly. Now it has come to America. Ferguson and Baltimore were the opening salvos. The Confederate flag was one of their test bed issues. BLM (Black Lies Matter) protests calling for the killing of cops. Now the aggrieved minority class gets the resignation of a college president just because they want it. What's next?
I refuse to cave. The teddy bears were an accommodation to the left and this is a surrender as well. The left doesn't care who goes under the bus so long as the bus keeps rolling. Its nothing to celebrate because the barbarians will be at our doors next.
November 9, 2015 at 4:50pm
This brings to mind the Cultural Revolution in China, when the leftists of the original revolution were judged by the young extremists to not have been revolutionary enough. Let’s hope we can get through this without a famine killing millions, since history seems to be playing out similar patterns.
 November 3, 2015 at 1:57am
Guess what? Not all the facts are in on the Russian airliner yet. It doesn’t make more sense to talk about it than to look at the facts of a case gone by which may reveal the roots of GWB’s out-of-line pot-shot at a top presidential contender.
 October 28, 2015 at 4:05pm
Glenn believes we won’t be destroyed because that’s what Mormon eschatology holds. I believe we will be destroyed and I hope he and his co-coreligionists will see through Joseph Smith’s false prophecies when that happens. There will be no Mormon president coming in the nick of time to save the US Constitution when it is “hanging by a thread.” It is hanging there now and with unaccountable professional politicians in the executive and legislative branches and an activist judiciary, it may as well not exist. I say this in love, praying that eyes will be open and that you will all be ready for the time of trials to come.
October 18, 2015 at 2:11am
I hated my gender due to sexual abuse and hoped to change when I grew up. Instead, I grew as a Christian and found healing for my mind as well. The book, The Wounded Heart, by Dr. Dan Allendar was a big part of that. Life is too short to live with the wounds and our own coping skills. Contempt is one of the idols we trust in to protect us from more pain, rather than trusting God for that. When you get free of what you trust instead of Him, it is so liberating.