You also don’t know what’s in his cart. Because, although this woman’s cursing is unwarranted in front of his child, I’ve felt the same way following people with an EBT card buying convenience, prepackaged foods while I’ve got hot dogs and mac & cheese.
 May 1, 2016 at 9:38am
When mud and debris come down on you, no amount of swimming lessons can help.
Little kids, little problems. Big kids, big problems.
A wise woman told me that when my kids were young and now since they are older, I’m glad we put in the work to disciplining them years ago. Laying the foundation is important.
 April 12, 2016 at 5:02pm
Don’t put your kids in “free” daycare anymore. There was a time when people who loved kids worked in these places. Now I’m not so sure. It’s scary.
While I adore what those officers did, the mom needs to figure out what exactly went wrong with her invitations.
21 people were invited. None of them RSVP’d? Then you tell the kid that his friends are busy and take him for a special day all on your own.
It’s why we never had “parties” for our kids. People are busy, they have lives. It’s an invitation and not a command performance. This worked out great, but not everyone will have someone else take over. Mom, invite only a few people and make sure they are coming. If not, celebrate like we used to. With the family, a homemade cake and a night of playing board games.
"21 people were invited. None of them RSVP’d? Then you tell the kid that his friends are busy and take him for a special day all on your own."
How did she let it get to the day of the party with no RSVPs and no backup plan already in place? We have also found that if you want to have a party, you invite 3-4 kids, personally, and then follow-up with each parent. When you send out blanket invitations, everyone who gets one assumes that someone else will go. Same reason if you need emergency help, you point directly at someone and tell them to call 911. Because if you just yell to a crowd "call 911" everyone will assume someone else is making the call.
My daughter has told me that at her children's school, if you invite one class member, you have to invite them all, even those you despise. After all, you don't want to hurt the feelings of the kids who treat your child like $t. .
Yep, STA, we've been homeschooling for 2 yrs now and love it. We will never send our children off to the state-run indoctrination camps. Not going to happen.
Our homeschool association is full of fantastic children--thoughtful and intelligent and so well behaved. The parents are always enjoyable to see and we do a great many field trips throughout the entire year....the kids get so much more interaction and hands-on time than public school can provide. Nothing but great things to say about homeschooling.
We home schooled our two kids...hands down the best decision we ever made....great kids, became great and productive citizens and enlightened parents.....wish many many more folks would take the plunge to at least try home school
I was homeschooled and loved it.
What kid doesn't want just homework then doing whatever they want after?
I had a lot of opportunity to do extracurricular things on my own all I did was ride my bike surf and jam with my friends but my childhood was better than most in my generation at half the cost lol
 March 31, 2016 at 10:17am
Tara had that blond chick nearly in tears. The Blaze was foolish to let her go.
 March 25, 2016 at 7:50am
The Chaldeans have been celebrating Pascha since the time Thomas the Apostle brought them the Good News. They are not “Roman”. They are being slaughtered for their love of Christ. Are they wrong?
I am am unapologetic Christian. If you check your history you will find clear links to the celebration of " estrus" and the symbology of Easter. Including: the dyeing of eggs (red for blood, some Christians still do this today), along with the rabbit. I personally celebrate the birth, life, death and resurrection of Christ daily. I stand by my original post.
 March 24, 2016 at 8:34pm
Wait, Mrs. Trump wasn’t photoshopped or this wasn’t a political cartoon where someone put her in that position. It was an actual photoshoot.
If you think Hillary won’t use that pic and much worse, you’re not paying attention.
That PAC did Trump a favor for the general. Know your enemy.
 March 24, 2016 at 7:17am
“Employ thousands in your state” is an industry myth.
Michigan got rid of it’s film tax credit for just that reason. The promise of “employing thousands” was a few hundred for a short time because the company brings their own experts. The extras and catering companies were the only “employees”.
The tax money we were losing wasn’t worth the revenue cost. It never panned out and we are no worse for it.
 March 18, 2016 at 1:47pm
Or even 9 3/4. Doesn’t even look like King’s Cross.
 March 15, 2016 at 8:47pm
May God bless him in the future. I’ve always been a Cruz supporter but I feel for Marco tonight.
No it doesn't. Rally goers actually go to the rally to see Trump.
jc: Whether you're protesting or supporting, you're going.
Read the headline.
"Firefighters, Volunteers Repair Gravestones Left Damaged by Trump Rally-Goers"
End of argument... The Blaze botched the headline on purpose.
The blaze didn’t botch the headline. In fact, when you click on the two links in the story, the original articles don’t even mention anything about protesters. Please stop propagandizing. Its a leftist tactic.
Re: "The Blaze botched the headline on purpose."
ASSUMING that the headline is botched (I agree with sta on this), GIVEN how many Blaze headlines are botched (I have commented on many of them), HOW can you assume that it is PURPOSEFUL?
I mean, if Blaze headlines were consistently highly accurate, then I would tend to agree with you -- but the Blaze headlines TEND to be "off"
I hesitated while I was typing that part but decided to go with it anyways to see the reaction or non reaction.
Thank you for replying. : )
@jcraine - No, a "rally-goer" is someone who went to the rally regardless of the reason for going. You dolt.
Lame. No it does not.
 March 14, 2016 at 3:55pm
His arm is at an angle to be holding her forearm.
 March 14, 2016 at 3:53pm
Cavallo- She is not paparazzi, is not rushing Trump and in the film that everyone keeps posting, she is in Lewandowski’s way, not Trump’s. He “moved” her aside. If he “moved” her with the force to bruise, that is assault.
My feeling is, if she prosecutes, then I believe her.
If she doesn’t, I have doubts.
 March 14, 2016 at 3:17pm
Legally, when one puts a hand on another, it’s assault.
When it’s hard enough to bruise, that is definitely assault.
Shapiro is a lawyer, but anyone who’s watched Judge Judy knows that you can’t put your hands on another person. She would have to have been attacking Trump for his guard to legally put his hands on her.
That really depends on the situation. Body guards are allowed to push people back and keep people away from their charges. Pushing or jostling around paparazzi is a common chore for these professions and very few assault cases get prosecuted unless the action is egregious.
Yes, put all masseurs in prison.
Cavallo- She is not paparazzi, is not rushing Trump and in the film that everyone keeps posting, she is in Lewandowski's way, not Trump's. He "moved" her aside. If he "moved" her with the force to bruise, that is assault.
My feeling is, if she prosecutes, then I believe her.
If she doesn't, I have doubts.
He's not a body guard or USSS, it was out of line. And you don't grab them unless they are resisting, isn't you use a wedge formation to move traffic out of the way.
 March 14, 2016 at 8:13am
I saw her physically moved. No where do you see the pressure used by the man moving her.
I don’t know if she was bruised by him or not, but he did move her. No matter what, Breitbart should have stepped back until all the facts were there.
Do you think she was the only one that was moved out of the way. The Secret Service will do it if you get too close and not even look at you. It's a tempest in a teapot.It certainly didn't happen the way it's been reported.
 March 3, 2016 at 9:41am
Thank God for those Pro-Life young men.