All Socialist states are failed.
I fully expect that the US Taxpayer will once again get stuck with the bailout bill for the Richy Rich friends of the Lib friends of people in power in the Federal Government.
July 1, 2015 at 2:09pm
Buck – the short answer, “No”
 July 1, 2015 at 1:44pm
A lot of those light fiber cables are going to just snap in half when San Francisco finally just falls off into the ocean.
 July 1, 2015 at 1:38pm
Sounds more like sound opinions backed up by factual statements.
If Trump gets elected, I’d definitely be expecting an AG who’d be enforcing immigration and employment laws, and most especially I’d be reviewing the HR records and documentation of Univision America’s employees, right down to the landscapers.
July 1, 2015 at 1:30pm
Dictating Tyrants think alike –
“…[if] in fact, I could solve all these problems without passing laws in Congress, then I would do so.”
BANG! BANG! BANG!
Yeah, that troglodyte mentality has done so well in the mideast, ISIL anyone?
 July 1, 2015 at 1:22pm
A funny but not great idea.
The kind of product I’d expect to see on a 80′s sitcom episode or a 90′s SNL sketch.
 July 1, 2015 at 12:58pm
A daughter and I were shopping in Wall-Mart when we stumbled upon a trail of dollar bills. She started to pick them up and we found the trail continued through several aisles. Someone had an open purse or hole in their pocket and hadn’t noticed they were loosing cash.
She asked what we should do with the money.
I told her that we should pick up all that we find and turn it into Customer Service, that this wasn’t our money, but belonged to someone else. I asked what she would hope if it were her losing the money? She was happy with that explanation and she felt really good turning the money in.
Years later when asked to talk in Church about honesty, she told this story and related how it taught her important lessons about greater values in her life, being honest over keeping something that doesn’t rightfully belong to you.
Fruit found on the ground in a public access area may be up for debate. But picking it off a tree…another issue. Regardless, too few children are being taught the principles they need to become good people.
 July 1, 2015 at 12:29pm
Everything Geraldo says is false.
He was born Gerry Rivers, of Italian heritage, but when the networks were seeking for more “Hispanic” types – name change.
Anne Coulter, “sharp and witty” writer.
Geraldo Rivera, ” “, just like Al Capone’s secret treasure.
Anne’s books make for great reading.
Geraldo makes for great…………nothing I can think of.
Mostly not true. He did change his first name from Gerald to Geraldo, but his last name was always Rivera. His father was Puerto Rican and his mother was Jewish.
If you believe Wikipedia (which I agree is not always completely accurate) Geraldo was named Gerald, and is of Puerto Rican Russian Jewish descent. He and his siblings were raised primarily Jewish. The family played with changing their last name to Riviera due to Latino prejudice and racism, which may be the source of the Italian heritage rumors. So, he is down-playing his Jewish upbringing and emphasizing his Latino heritage, including going by Geraldo (pronounced hairaldoe) rather than Gerald (don't know if the 'g' was a hard g like Gary or a soft like Jerry - I've heard it both ways). I would say he's not really lying about his heritage, just leaving out certain details.
July 1, 2015 at 11:52am
My first experience with Culver’s was a few days following a new opening in the area.
It was a pretty tasty burger.
I took some of the adult and teenage sons there for a burger and it was OK but not as great that time (2 weeks after opening)
I wanted to take the wife there and she was finally available to go with me. Not a great experience. She opened her burger up and found two patties that were so thin they were more like pictures of burgers than actual meat.
They have an ice-cream selection that appeared to be a big part of the business. I paid a LOT of money for a very simple dish. It was not great, had a sour milk after taste. My wife has now banned them from her list of burger joints.
Though I haven’t been back to McDonald’s since they hired Robert Gibbs as a Corporate shill, at least they had some meat in the $1.00 McDouble.
As it is, the best burger we eat is cooked on my own Barbeque, hand mixed by me and on a decent won’t-fall-apart-bun.
 July 1, 2015 at 11:31am
Love the Chick-Fil-A’s for their friendly and kind service, good food.
McDonald’s, I haven’t darkened their door since they hired Robert Gibbs.
 July 1, 2015 at 11:15am
Gonzo – it is now.
June 22, 2015 at 11:14pm
I’d have to use bifocals.
 June 22, 2015 at 10:30pm
 June 22, 2015 at 3:00pm
“This country was founded on Christianity, for crying out loud.”
What too few people know is that every Ivy League school was founded by religious organizations. They wanted to train well the pastors that would be serving in the congregations that they knew would grow in this new nation. These have now become the bastions of atheism, secular humanism, socialism, and communism.
Damned right, send a kid to college and create an, atheist who’s been taught hating America is good.
The whole POINT was to make pastors that were as educated as possible so when people asked questions of God the pastors could assemble a coherent thought based on science and the teachings of the guy who BUILT the system.
I would really like to know when we changed to teaching college kids that sodom was destroyed because Lot and company weren't polite enough. Instead of that pesky thing where God said find me ONE good man and I will spare the city. I mean Lot wasn't hanging around for fun.
I went into college as an agnostic, a few years into the engineering undergraduate and I became a monotheist.
The U. of South Florida is essentially divided in two. The east side is all philosophy, history, business, and other assorted liberal arts. Those professors are mostly progressives and leftists. On the west side are the engineering, physics, and medical departments. In class, the professors rarely discuss religion and politics (unlike the east side) because the courses are hard sciences. Outside of class, they are mostly conservative and libertarian. You see, they deal in reality instead of theory, and don't have time for BS. Likewise they focus on education in the classroom, not indoctrination.
I get you Hatchimon, but that does nothing to change the fact that most of our higher learning facilities slam anything conservative and, preach/teach America is the great evil and whites are the problem. I'm glad you were able to avoid such nonsense.
Quick note: while at USF, I never worked with Sami Al-Arian. My focus was on mechanical engineering and I only took a couple of computer programming courses. I did know the two students who were helping the professor raise money for Hamas though. My then fiancee, now wife, was friends with the youngest of the Al-Arian daughters and she thought her father was nuts.
Completely off topic, I know, but fun history!
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/06/22/the-university-of-california-s-insane-speech-police.html Just a small example of the evil within higher education, and the detrimental effect it has and will have upon society.
 June 22, 2015 at 1:34pm
The left would like to characterize Obama as a low-level peon.
He knows nothing, he did nothing, he made no decisions.
The Limbaugh Theorem!
barry characterizes himself as a low level-peon whenever he doesn't get his way!
Agood President is O'ne whom only has-ta bee smart-enough to choose the "right"/LEFT people!!
 June 22, 2015 at 1:31pm
Smokey_Bojangles – absolutely the hands-down winner of most corrupt.
 June 22, 2015 at 10:57am
termyt – Correct. The right to protect your life and that of your family and community is God given. The 2nd amendment is only a prohibition on the Federal Government’s ability to infringe on this inalienable right to protect our lives with the weapons of our choice.
As for the author’s bona fides ” VCU and NYU”………………..(crickets chirping)…………….. enough said.
June 22, 2015 at 10:36am
The update “Boys was reportedly arrested after a brief chase, during which no injuries occurred.”
I think they may have missed the headline event.
This sounds like a good officer and family man whose life was taken by this thug. Our prayers are for his family.
We can all hope for justice,I just don’t expect it these days.
 June 22, 2015 at 10:22am
I think Ted really doesn’t care what photos the AP twits put out there.
Ted, you’ve got my vote so far. Just keep doing what you’re doing and you’ll get that vote for sure.