Adds credence to the lesson my Mother taught me early in life....when you stand up to a bully they quickly retreat.
Also proves (my paraphrase) - all it takes for evil to thrive is for good people to do nothing...
When good people stand the bullies fold
Yes, with a still of each and every one of their faces. These Progs love to shame others for their choices, it's time to let them feel the shame. As to their running, that was to be expected. Liberals rarely have the courage of their convictions. When the light shines, the scurry like so many cockroaches.
 June 30, 2015 at 11:32am
Parasite in shellfish. Extremely common, make sure to tell the next atheist who mocks the Bible regarding why they were told to not eat it.
I catch a lot of cod and haddock that are loaded with them in late summer. Just an ugly part of life. Who cares what the bible says about it Its called awareness of ones' surroundings.
June 29, 2015 at 12:15pm
Why are they singing about Monica?
 June 29, 2015 at 12:12pm
MAss. was 40th… ok…
 June 29, 2015 at 12:08pm
I love Maine. Great state to a point. Way of living once you get past Augusta is awesome, past Bangor is Heaven on Earth. However, The majority of people live Augusta and south. And if you ever watch how they vote, the further south you go, the more left they vote.
Patriotic? The more acreage, the more patriotic in my opinion.
Shocked to see Maine 6th to be honest. 40 years ago, I’d say Massachusetts in the top 5. Now, surprised they’re not in the bottom 5.
Jewish Avenger, I agree with you 100%. Born and bred Mainah hea. Portland, Augusta, Bangor are all far left college towns and hold most of the populace. Up in The County and the North coast is very Conservative. The fact that we elected a Conservative Governor is a step in the right direction.
 June 29, 2015 at 11:51am
You have a problem with that but two guys who are “corndoggin’it” who now want to get married and tell their adopted kids its all natural like maggots growing in the feces…?
No please… go on…
 June 29, 2015 at 11:46am
Made you mad? Who needs to grow up?
 June 29, 2015 at 11:41am
How long before people will be sued who refuse to call it not “marriage” but “gay marriage”? After all, no calls anyone “straight marriage”. I think the label “gay marriage” should stick officially on all trasnscripts. Therefore, no confusion.
 June 29, 2015 at 11:35am
Unfree for anyone liberal:
You do realize that you are lying to yourself.
You know the lawsuits that are coming, You know the religious freedoms and first amendment right freedoms that will be squashed in defense for that 1% of the 2% of Americans (illegal and legal citizens) that will take this and fill their coffers in the name of “discrimination”. You are right, we will “deal with it”. Just not in the way you have planned.
 June 29, 2015 at 11:32am
Thank you! I haven’t LOL’d since this iniquitous atrocity occurred.
Seriously, thank you. Now I have to concentrate on praying and asking forgiveness.
I’ve been a little… testy lately….
[-1] June 25, 2015 at 6:05pm
If Reagan says that this is “the last stand for freedom”
Then where will go?
 June 25, 2015 at 5:59pm
Sadly, I gave him a short chance after he was sworn in because of his speech and his reliance on God. As we all know, that was just a speech writer helping the voodoo man sell his snake oil…
 June 24, 2015 at 1:44pm
It really does prove people just need to have some thick skin and move on…
I agree with you. People do need to have thicker skin. In fact, their skin should be so thick they don't need validation from everyone around them for their particular religious beliefs. Those beliefs should remain personal and not be barfed up on every occasion.
They can pray to nothing or Mother Earth for the non believers if they want...
@Grubmeister, I don't think you understand religious faith at all. You need to understand that many people of faith.. Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Toaist, don't have religion as a hobby, or their faith as a hobby to be said at night before bed. They see their faith as an integral part of their very existence, their being, their identity.
 June 24, 2015 at 1:43pm
It’s those we leave behind that makes it a mental hell however…
My personal thought on pot ‘legalization’ is to take the aspects of both smoking and drinking, and categorize ‘bars’ as follows:
1. Drinking only
2. Drink and smoke
3. Smoke only
4. Drink and edibles
And for off sale businesses to be regulated just as alcohol. Either that, or simply decriminalize.
June 23, 2015 at 11:50am
Sorry Blaze but, what the f^^k has happened to you?
Instead of reading articles where you are foaming at the mouth and providing ACCURATE descriptions of American pride, history and accurate laws and morals, we’re getting…..
It’s getting depressing. Who is falling faster? The nation of zombies or the ones who claim to be anti-zombies?
 June 22, 2015 at 12:07pm
Frances Lacey (Kathy Bates played in “A Home of Our Own”): “That no-good vagabond Irish Catholic son-of-a-bitch!”
Grew up in a town that was in the Guinness Book of World Records for the small town with the most bars…
We were so proud! *sniff*
Town mascot was a Gael.
Yeah, that doesn’t offend me in the least. We were treated like crap, treated no different then how people look at the illegals today. THE DIFFERENCE IS: WE. CAME. HERE. LEGALLY! We were kicked and spit on when we left via Liverpool and then were mocked, scoffed, treated like crap and made fun of when came here. We worked hard. Compared to today, people would cry over the amount of the days work and then contemplate suicide over the daily wages received, but WE were scum.
We spent every dollar of wages on food and expenses and spent the rest on socializing to be with pals but all anyone noticed was that booze was involved. Not that anyone else was drinking at the time, but they had to label us on something. 1 out of every 30 Irishmen were criminals, all the news concentrated on was the criminals. However they had no problem pointing out when they were Irishmen. I have no problem with exposing race, just be equal with all of it.
I have tried numerous times to point out the plight of the Irish only to have Blaze censors remove it. Very frustrating.
Irish Bastard? Pffft… But touch my daughters, you’ll be a eunuch, I promise.
Oh and we consider ourselves Americans first, Irish Americans second.