Telling everyone how rich Hilary is isn’t going to help her street cred. Keep it up.
 July 7, 2016 at 6:39pm
I once got a jury pool tossed after engaging in a back and forth with the defense attorney. He repeatedly asked potential jurors if they could set aside prejudices and find someone innocent if it could be proven they didn’t intend to break the law. Everyone there heard the word “prejudices” and nodded their heads when asked without really paying attention to what he was saying. I lit him up when he got to me, asked what intent had to do with it, explained that if I were stopped speeding on my way home and claimed I hadn’t intended to speed I was still getting a ticket. One of the prosecutors that had been rolling her eyes as he worked the room looked at me and smiled nodding. He tried to reword it and I came right back telling him I had never heard of such a thing, if they did it, they’re guilty, maybe the intent could be considered in the punishment, but not in determining guilt . After an hour lunch break, we went home.
Now this, I feel ill.
July 1, 2016 at 11:31am
Why does he have to be a troll? I was raised to respect the police, I am raising my kids to respect the police, I have even bought lunch for random officers when out for lunch, Understand, I have nothing but respect and support. However, my business was broken into a few years back, the detective investigating said they had recovered everything on my list, one of the officers said they had recovered everything on my list, and when the day came that the case was done and I went to pick up everything from evidence, they had a broken cordless drill and a box of fittings that wasn’t even mine. Let’s just say someone associated with the police department has a very well stocked work shop at home. I still support them, won’t let a bad apple ruin it, but the cynical side of me wonders how many buckets there truly were as well.
Go to Dunkin Donuts instead. You are what you drink. Drink pretentious snowflake crap and you'll be served by and turn into pretentious snowflakes.
Also.. an tasteless joke by a barista is national news? Why? There are aholes in the service industry everywhere.
Far too many whiners out there.
 April 8, 2016 at 11:15pm
This story has managed to achieve a numbing balance between right and wrong.
Think of it as the citizens going to work while the illegals are all sitting around collecting welfare from those citizens who have to work... to suport the illegals.
It's not real journalism, it's the Blaze.
Can't call them people. Then someone would have to admit that we are better (more capable of wise choices) than animals. All part of the deevolution of language to fit the narrative agenda.
 March 14, 2016 at 5:24pm
I feel like she owes us an apology, but the story will probably just disappear………….
 March 14, 2016 at 4:55pm
Maca has the label in the link, 104 teaspoon servings for $25, Ashwagandha is $17 for 68 teaspoon servings.
Someone really did their homework on this one. Guess I’ll get back to work, my head is hurting……..
Isn’t this unimaginably stupid that the blaze would publish this without checking the links? It takes 60 seconds to realize that $200 would cover a couple months’ supply.
But $73,000 a year sounds wayyyy cooler in an article.
Sounds like Carly Hoilman is going to need one of these smoothies to focus on her job.
 March 12, 2016 at 8:20pm
“Approximately 7.6 billion Ohioans are registered voters”
I'm at odds with my principles after seeing this.
I never liked Trump, and would say anybody but Trump, but these two GOP hacks are the best thing for Trump.
Mitt and McLame are really making a good case for me to vote for Trump, just by showing their ugly mugs against him.
Let me understand. I'm supposed to listen to two profound losers who never saw the fraud coming and never attacked the communist regime. Right.
Last I checked we lost in 2008 and ’12. If either one of those loser’s had 1/10th of Trumps bells we wouldn’t need The Donald to wake America up. McLame and Mittens both had their chance and they both blew big time. There lameness opened the void and they are directly responsible for the rise of Trump. I still have the McCain bobble head and the Romney sign in my garage. The GOP had me then they lost me.
I’m already tired of winning so much. Anybody else?
Romney called Trump’s endorsement of his candidacy a “delight” and reveled in Trump’s ability to “understand how our economy works and to create jobs for the American people.”
Endorsing a candidate is not the same as seeking to wield power over the lives of others. It involves choosing someone trustworthy and capable. Being seen as capable by someone is not the same as considering that person equally or more capable.
Next they were expressing concern about national security... a significant issue. The economy is not the only issue in this Presidential race. Trump was creating jobs in the private sector... that is how the economy works. It is hardly controversial to applaud someone who has had success in that area. Being a great mechanic does not make someone a great brain surgeon. Being good at real estate does not make him an expert in military matters or international conflicts.
A good business deal is good for both sides, which is why both sides agree to something good for them. 'Making the deal' does not translate fully to restraining other nation states from harming the interests of yours. Sometimes our needs/interests conflict.