User Profile: the blazer

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  • [3] April 29, 2016 at 3:00pm

    I don’t know why theBlaze is not reporting on Cruz’s interview with Ms. Kelly last night, but it was an OUTSTANDING lesson in how to handle media celebes with an agenda. It was a revealing example of how TV personalities will light-up their well-oiled legs to attract some otherwise mind-numbed viewers and then strain themselves with gotcha STATEMENTS masquerading as questions, to get even more ratings.

    When Kelly realized that she wasn’t going to make headlines with each of the Cruz responses she was getting, she interrupted him, “corrected” him at times, and tried to move on to other questions again and again. Cruz would not allow it.

    Some time ago, misinformed Kelly joined the biased media crowd when in one debate and in a following interview with Cruz accused him of supporting amnesty but weeks later discovered her error, which she admitted quickly, once, in a later interview with only her FOXNews audience to hear, not the much larger debate audience.

    She could have use the opportunity of recognizing her serious and unprofessional amnesty accusation, to point out how the media so often distorts the truth without retraction, which they did not do regarding the falsehood of Cruz supporting amnesty.

    Unlike Kelly in this instance, the other biased media never lets an opportunity go to waste, but Kelly keeps trying to self-serve just like the rest of media personalities pretending to be journalists.

  • [10] April 21, 2016 at 5:37am

    Has Hannity counted the number of times Trump repeats answers to questions? I guess Hannity approves of Trump’s answers the first time.

    Why keep asking the same question of Cruz anyway? Hannity already knows what answer he will get from Cruz, and he knows that Cruz demonstrates daily that he understands delegate selection very well. Corrupt or not, Cruz didn’t devised it.

    Has Hannity asked Trump to explain the complexities of delegate selection THREE TIMES? For the purpose of riling-up his fans, Trump says it’s unfair to him personally, but it’s fair to everyone else. Did Hannity ask Trump why?

    If Cruz had a long-time news-pal to interview him every night, maybe Cruz would get the same treatment Trump gets from Hannity and O’Reilly who practically gushes at Trump after asking the “hard questions”.

    Trump is the one interviewee who gets to talk without much interruption by his 30-year “Factor” pal who gently cajoled Trump to participate in one FOXNews debate.

    Are they kidding us about their man-crushes?

    Kelly comes closest to a fair and balanced Q&A with Trump, and she’s not even a journalist, or his pal. Hello?

    Kelly says she would have liked more support from O’Reilly regarding his pal Trump’s bad behavior. Ask Michelle Malkin about O’Reilly when it comes to favoring his pal Juan over courteous respect for others.

  • [3] November 6, 2015 at 4:09pm

    Well, we all know what this is about, because the media reports it all the time. She’s a racist, of course.

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  • [2] October 8, 2015 at 9:20pm

    “Let’s roll”, said Todd Beamer, 911 Flight 93.
    Now self-defense is wrong?

  • [2] May 2, 2015 at 8:22pm

    Watch the Hannity interview with a different officer. It’s in there.
    Hannity had BY FAR the BETTER INTERVIEW!

  • May 2, 2015 at 12:28pm

    Hannity had BY FAR the BETTER INTERVIEW!

  • [1] September 8, 2014 at 7:22pm

    Uh…. haven’t the folks at Panera heard that business owners can no longer set policy that a few of their potential customers don’t like?

    Ask the wedding cake bakers and the private property wedding facilities offered for rent.

  • [6] August 3, 2014 at 3:18pm

    Right on, Mr. Voight.

    Is every emotionally-driven Hollywood right-brainer a frustrated bureaucrat who actually aspires to holding political power by special-interest-group-“casting” of their INDIVIDUAL OPINIONS EXPRESSED BY AN ACTORS’ COLLECTIVE, or do they satisfy themselves by play-acting political acumen before the pitiable useful idiots who pay attention to them?

    The trouble with being IGNORANT of the facts is that YOU DON’T KNOW what you don’t know.

    The trouble with being STUPID is that YOU NEVER WILL.


    The only time actors value individual rights is for themselves, when they open their mouths to tell the rest of us what to do without being called nasty names by media or those who have left-brain skills and recognize uninformed actors for what they are: emotionally undeveloped, as are children and terrorists who want their way at any cost.

  • [16] July 31, 2014 at 11:41pm

    The best thing about Trey Gowdy is that he is schooling this professor, his colleagues, his students and all other students of the law, all over the world, what arrogant and contemptuous charlatans progressives and their crony pals are.

    I say thank you and God Bless you.

  • [26] July 26, 2014 at 2:47am

    When she read the ACA, why didn’t this deep-thinker warn minorities about not being able to keep their doctors and insurance?

    Would she foolishly buy a “pig in a poke” just because the maker claims to support “civil rights”, even if it’s produced by Chinese slaves?

    Best not to open your mouth madam entertainer and prove your lack of critical thinking skills.

    No one pre-judges others more than a progressive who believes that skin color determines minority status while keeping them off the front lawn.

    Otherwise people who merely have the appearance of white skin would not be called liars, racist, phobic and many other epithets by progressives who have no first-hand acquaintance with their innocent targets.

    Madam, did you go down to the border and help those illegal alien “minorities” as so many white-appearing non-racists did?

    The minority person who calls 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. his home in DC – and could not get elected without the support of white-skinned voters – didn’t go either.

    The arrogance and ignorance of this woman and other “useful idiots” like her!

    [Madam entertainer, you need to look up the origin of the term “useful idiots” if you don’t know who penned it.]

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  • July 25, 2014 at 6:58pm

    As I’ve said before, every federal govt. agency should be moved to the border.

  • [1] July 23, 2014 at 2:43pm

    Do any of you IRS people give a flying fig about how the public feels with the corrupt IRS looking over our shoulders, holding us LEGALLY accountable for compliance with thousands of pages of regulation that IRS employees don’t interpret the same way?

    Why worry when you’ve done nothing wrong? Huh? Just ask the NSA about that. I think your low morale has more to do with loss of bonus and boondoggle money.

    You won’t tell your taxpayer bosses, whom you have been hired to serve, if private information has been shared ILLEGALLY.

    So, you IRS public servants just blow the whistle on everything you know that is NOT LEGAL and you’ll have nothing to worry about.

  • July 15, 2014 at 4:49pm

    Should we empty our prisons and send them all to Latin America where lawlessness appears to be a welcoming place for them? Return the boat people back to Cuba maybe.

    That would be a cost-saving measure to help pay for illegal immigrants.

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  • [1] July 13, 2014 at 11:34pm

    Hey Eric, take a look at Chicago’s view of your boss and illegal aliens:

  • [6] July 1, 2014 at 11:14pm

    Ugh …. hasn’t this administration issued an edict, oops I mean policy, of not breaking-up families of illegal aliens who sneak across the border? This administration will have to bring parents here or ship the kids back home, which the Dems have rejected time and again.

    And they always said it’s too expensive to ship illegals out of the country.

    Oh what a tangled web they weave …. Common Core doesn’t teach Shakespeare, so they think non-progressives don’t notice.

  • [1] June 28, 2014 at 1:30am

    He refuses to acknowledge the difference between …

    being held accountable for losing private money in free-market competition …

    and getting off Scott-free for losing public money in a monopoly.

    He knows the difference, but “his lips are moving”, so …

  • June 28, 2014 at 1:10am

    O’Reilly announced a poll on his website asking about this. If he wants a fair and balanced response, he should hear from folks who are not necessarily just among his audience.

  • [9] June 27, 2014 at 2:48pm

    This is a violation of EPA regulations on account of it being an unnecessary and wasteful use of water.

    Water that is overrun from the bucket or otherwise spilt or poured onto the lawn is not an accepted excuse and will be fined. Also if not done on an approved watering schedule, it will be fined.

    Grating and frying unpeeled raw potatoes by the consumer is under EPA scrutiny for possible future regulation.

    You are supposed to eat the potatoes with their skins on anyway, according to EPA.

    Cooking is optional currently under EPA regulations, but raw potatoes will soon disappear from retail stores. All potatoes will be pre-cooked due to more efficient cooking processes used by agreement between EPA public-private-partners.

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  • [3] June 26, 2014 at 9:14pm

    Is anyone bothering to inform the parents with video what has happened to their children? If their govts. and media refuse, then we should drop flyers with pictures all over Central and South America.

  • June 26, 2014 at 4:28pm

    Fifth, journalists, including O’Reilly’s “My World” Jesse Walters, often use the sneak attack on THOSE THEY DEEM DESERVING, e.g., errant judges who let guilty pedophiles off with inadequate sentences.

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