In another story on the Blaze, it seems a Muslim woman wants to attend the Citadel in SC, and wear her head covering. She questions why can she not be a Muslim and a soldier at the same time, as the US armed forces allow. . Yet in this story Jason Marsden, executive director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation in Denver, Colorado says you cannot be a judge and a practicing Christian at the same time.
 April 29, 2016 at 11:00am
Actually GS, I am working in mission work in the ghetto. I have a devoted close relationship with Jesus. People like you that come across as judgmental are the very ones that turn folks off from church. There was only a judgmental tone to you, not any love at all and thats what Jesus wanted.
 April 29, 2016 at 9:47am
Im a Christian and love the Lord with my mind heart soul.
But I don’t go to church.
We moved to a new town 20 years ago. The churches we visited were all out to have us ‘join’ but no one seemed to be interested in us. I showed up with my child for Sunday School & when arrived, needing to find the class, a man gave me directions. He didn’t bother to help us get there or maybe introduce us- we got lost so eventually left. The next week, they had a dinner; we attended & we ate ALONE. The cliques sat together. We didn’t return.
Next church we went to- a neighbor that didn’t particularly like us glared and walked by without speaking. LOL. We had neighbors with a son the same age who attended this church; we asked them to help our son get involved. They agreed but later that month the church asked the congregation to notice there were no youths in attendance cause they were on a WONDERFUL trip to the mountains! My kid looked at me, crushed as he had not only not been invited, but ignored by the Christians neighbors who we specifically asked for help. The same pastor would ignore me & my son at church because he thought I was a non-tithing single mom that couldn’t help the church. My husband worked sundays, so I brought him with me the next time he could go. The pastor was SO nice then!
We left that church when we heard OUR church Christmas caroling in the neighborhood as again, we were uninvited, but the Christian neighbor yelled at my dog.
Now we watch TV church. Better for us!
God holds you personally responsible for your choices, its too easy to blame the other guy. I'm sure God has a place for you, but I doubt it is by yourselves. Want to go find Christians, serve someone, and you will find them. Just a thought, but I do understand that the people in church get more attention if they help the church.
 April 28, 2016 at 10:40am
actually one woman, one wanna be woman, and one that i really wasn’t sure of
 April 28, 2016 at 10:39am
Haha Target, you just had to jump in the fray…now you have both sides boycotting…hahaha you get what you deserve.
 April 22, 2016 at 9:55pm
Um…man in womens bathroom. man is pervert. Case closed.
 April 22, 2016 at 9:58am
Also: Google Jason Pomares, Norwood Smith Burnes, or Taylor Buehler, for starters
 April 22, 2016 at 9:54am
Wrong on several counts, Mr. K…. first of all the Republicans did NOT start this….the new Democrat mayor of Charlotte passed the bill allowing trans in the potty. There was such an uproar that the repub gov McCory jumped in to say NO and override Charlotte law.
Second, there are several cases of trans issues in bathrooms. Here are at least 4
1. Man Dressed as Woman Arrested for Spying Into Mall Bathroom Stall, Police Say – VA, Nov 17th, 2015
2. California Man Dressed as Woman Busted for Videoing in Women’s Bathroom – CA, Apr 10th, 2016
3. Man Strips In Women’s Restroom, Says New Transgender Rules Make It Totally Legal – WA, Feb 17th 2016
4. Sexual predator jailed after claiming to be ‘transgender’ to assault women in shelter – Toronto, Mar 4th 2014
You can read further on Restate.com ‘why we need bathroom laws’
Hey Krauthammer, so that's how a progressive determines right from wrong? If there's no "national problem," then there are no problems. Good God man, you become more stupid everyday.
Also: Google Jason Pomares, Norwood Smith Burnes, or Taylor Buehler, for starters
The Tribe will always push all manners of degeneracy.
That's a 100% given!
God open our eyes to these evil doers within our midst.. Even if Glenn Beck continues crying and telling us our superb, superior and chosen they are..
Sorry teammommy, in each instance you cited the perp was breaking a different law than being in the "wrong room" e.g. indecency, invasion of privacy, assault. Like the gun control proponents, adding more laws doesn't protect anyone willing to break the law.
Because if more than a dozen of our 330,000,000 citizens are affected by something... There should be a law.
April 17, 2016 at 1:25pm
Think back to your 20′s. Have you asked forgiveness for every stupid mistake you made and said? Have you publicly made amends for every hurt you caused?
Agreed. With only the tiniest bit of editing, I think this is copy, paste, poster on the wall kind of material
 April 13, 2016 at 9:43am
I COULD JUST HUG YOU!
 April 13, 2016 at 9:40am
You can get your hair cut wherever you want.
YOU CANT? THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF ‘EL SALONS’ IN MY STATE PICK ONE.
You can walk into the supermarket and find your favorite foods.
REALLY? CHECK OUT THE HISPANIC ISLE IN WALMART. THEY ALSO HAVE HISPANIC DETERGENT, BREAD, SNACKS AND DRINKS. BESIDES, THIS IS AMERICA, WE HAVE BEEN SELLING THE SAME FOODS FOR DECADES. ALSO THERE IS A MEXICAN RESTAURANT IN ALMOST EVERY TOWN IN AMERICA.
You can see yourself positively portrayed in the media
REALLY? CHECK OUT “WHITE PRIVILEGE” ARTICLES, WHITES GET BEAT UP ALL THE TIME… HISPANICS ARE GETTING POLITICAL FAVORS CONSTANTLY!
You can speak your native tongue without getting looks or comments from other people.
REALLY? BLACKS SPEAK ENGLISH…THEY ARENT WHITE, CAUSE THIS IS AMERICA AND WE SPEAK ENGLISH – WE SPEND BILLIONS OF TAX DOLLARS TO EDUCATE YOU AND TEACH ENGLISH FREE, PLEASE USE IT.
 April 12, 2016 at 12:37pm
when we buried my daddy in law, we all lined up with a shovel and each family member added the dirt until it was well covered. The remaining family member want to be cremated, for the last memory of them to be alive not in a casket.
 April 6, 2016 at 1:03pm
Perhaps PayPal should to try and clarify this seemingly very hypocritical position. Just last month PayPal announced they would be expanding into Cuba, a country in which homosexuals and transgender people are imprisoned, tortured, and executed. PayPal only agreed to come to Charlotte in the first place after holding out for millions in corporate incentives. And under the current law that they are so strongly protesting, PayPal could have chosen their own corporate bathroom policies.
Paypal is also trying to get into China, where homosexuality is not only illegal, you can't show it on tv or even talk about it. Paypal are nothing but hypocrites and their attempted entries into communist countries needs to be exposed.
 April 5, 2016 at 5:45pm
Please tweet that to Charlie
 April 4, 2016 at 8:19am
This happened to my child in college. Took an Intro to Religion class with a liberal. When my child submitted his end of grade paper about society and faith, he included the story of Sodom and Gomorrah. The prof was livid, stating that story was misinterpreted in the bible, and my child FAILED the course. We went to the college dean and they offered the option to take the class over in summer school, and totally removing the failing grade, which was never done before. Although it robbed us of a family summer, and we had to PAY for it, at least there is no F. The prof was reprimanded and investigated, but is still there.
If you fail a college course and retake it usually your new grade replaces the old. That's nothing special.
Maybe your kid was persecuted, or maybe they failed the course.
A friend of mine was required to take a philosophy course in order to graduate with her teaching certificate. As my friend is a solidly grounded Christian, this was a bit of a stretch because the professor was anything but Christian (she was an atheist of course). My friend received an A and was the pride of the professor. At graduation my friend was congratulated by this same prof. for being such a great student, and my friend said "I thank God for helping me get through college at this time in my life (she was a grandmother and in her late 50's). The professor's mouth fell open and she said, "after you did so well in my course, you still believe in God?? and my friend's response, was "oh yes. I asked Him how to answer all the questions so I could achieve an A."
The point of this I suppose, is to show that there are many ways to beat back the atheistic attacks without lifting a finger.
The prof stated the student misinterpreted the story from the Bible. This may not be a direct quote of the prof but we understand even among Christian Bible scholars there are different interpretations; some even conflicting. If the student included footnotes or a bibliography and documented others with similar interpretations to his, then the prof had no business failing a student on account of their supported conclusions, beliefs or researched facts.
To fail the paper should have been factually incorrect with improper conclusions reached from the stated facts. The prof would need to prove the students interpretations was wrong, based on facts and the the prof's beliefs, alone.
The family should have filed suit to recover the costs, given the paper was not written based upon improper or falsified information. There should always be some degree of latitude left when interpretations are used.
We can't have these kids maintaining any semblance of faith, it just isn't acceptable anymore. No degree without proper indoctrination, doncha know.
 February 26, 2016 at 8:54pm
She’s black? I thought she was mixed.
You have to be blacker than she is to be a mammy. Sorry girl its a stretch.
 February 24, 2016 at 10:24am
Can YouTube be sued for this? Is this not akin to refusing service? To me, it isn’t any different that someone going into a business and refused service because of their beliefs. If bakers can be sued for refusing gay weddings due to beliefs, can not YT be sued for refusing service doe to religious beliefs? If they allow some religions they should allow all religions.
That's a very interesting question really. One that I'm sure they've figured out how to slime their way around somehow with their terms of service. (probably something with the fact that to 'host' your content on their servers you have to sign up for their services or some such, and by signing up you agree to their rules of the house so to speak... I don't know, I'm not a lawyer)
While I disagree that the premise is legit (any business should be able to decline service), I do agree that using their own logic against them is brilliant!
They use the excuse that the service is free and because of such they can refuse any content they do not condone.
The notion that similar incitement or violence against christians could or would occur in the US is about as founded as those who believe any gun regulations mean the government is looking to confiscate all guns. Its called propaganda folks and sharona uses it a lot to obtain cheap views.
YouTube is just begging for governmental regulation. You really don't want that fellows. Think this one through a little because if you get regulators, the inevitably will be liberals.
The violation of the 1964 civil rights act covers religion.
 January 24, 2016 at 6:13pm
I saw that and I was sickened. Who is so tacky and gross enough to not only look for how much he gave but to report it???
 January 15, 2016 at 9:06am
Seriously? Look at that group. Come on Frank, could you find NO BLACK CONSERVATIVES in all of SC?