Better put Bricktop’s stash back where you found it!
 January 5, 2015 at 5:28pm
I love the excuses in these comments. A lot equivalence and equivocation…
 January 5, 2015 at 5:22pm
If I were one of the cops, I would’ve let him run in after he threw the punch. I wouldn’t hit him back. If he came back out, then great. If not, well, he made a conscious decision.
 December 29, 2014 at 1:18pm
On Facebook? Don’t be daft.
[-3] December 29, 2014 at 1:13pm
Don’t be ridiculous. Do you really believe Obama knew a wedding was set to take place? I highly doubt it. Some stupid staffer handled it inappropriately but of course right wing media will blame even a cloudy day on him. Obama more than likely walked onto that course having no idea he was interrupting anything.
Did you read the full article? This right-winged media outlet included this near the end: "It’s not clear if the White House would have known about the wedding ahead of time, Bloomberg reported. After a reporter asked about the scheduling snafu, Obama phoned the bride personally."
He was invited for F's sake and he declined. Did he not read the invite? He had to have known and CHOSE just to ignore the details and ruin this couples day and for no other reason than to get in another day of golf. He is a freaking piece of sh!t!!!!
Then Obama should have been told he would interrupt a important function and let it be his decision. No "decent" person would have done what he or his staff did. The Marine Corps is to blame also for allowing it to happen but no one had the cajones to tell the staffer. Obama has set precedent no other POTUS has in his "reign." Typical of foreign 3rd world dictators he succumbed to elitism and ego-maniacal thinking and forgot how he was elected. Of course though, the people who elected him would wipe feces from his evil behind.
Please read and comprehend the article before posting....no doubt he knew. He declined to attend. Don't be an Obama Doofus your whole life.
December 15, 2014 at 11:53am
I hate how these guys beat around the bush. If it walks like a duck, talks like a duck! Just say you tortured these guys! I think it sucks when they capture some guy that happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time and gets shipped off to Guantanamo but by and large I’d say torture is a necessary evil. You’re certainly not going to get intelligence by tickling and serving them candy.
 December 15, 2014 at 11:47am
If you believe as I do that we are all born sinners, then how is it so difficult to believe some people are born gay?
 December 15, 2014 at 11:44am
I’ll bet he’s got lawyers lining up at his door to take his case.
I certainly see the problems with it sticking to the original text found in the Bible and torah. But on the other hand it is a movie, not a historical textbook. Sure, I’d love to see an accurate depiction but I’m not the one bankrolling the movie. Its Ridley’s movie and he can do what he sees fit, no matter how distorted it is. People were all bent out of shape with Tarantino about Django. Its the same thing. So long as they don’t claim this is an accurate historical portrayal, its just a movie with a ton of creative license. I won’t go see it but I’m not bent out of shape about it either. Shrug.
 December 15, 2014 at 11:19am
Wow this is one hell of a story! Rival politicians being rude to each other? Who ever would’ve thought!? You need tougher skin, honey.
[-2] December 15, 2014 at 11:17am
Much like yourself? Keep your day job wise guy.
November 24, 2014 at 10:38pm
Yeah maybe this is what the Democrats had in mind. But this author seems certain that these immigrants and their children don’t have minds of their owns. That they can’t think for themselves and that the only variable determining how they’ll vote is based entirely on this amnesty. This is a fallacy.
I agree with Buck Sexton but also with the above comment. Mexico is a conservative country by dint of its strong Catholicism. Both Obummer and the GOP could be in for a big surprise when these folks vote, especially as Obummer becomes more and more tyrannical and anti-Christian over the next two years. Of course, that’s assuming that he doesn’t just write an executive order abolishing Congress, and another one declaring himself as President for life, which I wouldn’t put past him at all. Chuck Hagel's forced departure could be preparation for that. May God help America.
November 18, 2014 at 7:37pm
Don’t be daft. Cruz is riling everyone up on the “no regulation” angle but folks need to read what net neutrality is before they get behind him. This so-called “regulation” is ensuring you’ll be able to access sites like this without a billion more ads because they can’t afford to compete with bigger media outlets. This so-called “regulation” is ensuring ISP’s can’t decide to censor or slow data flow to and from certain sites according to their corporate biases.
anytime government gets involved, everything gets expensive and hard to get.
that is because bread used to cost a nickel in '75...now 2 to 4 dollars.
There are many examples why regulation is bad. History don't die...we just forget and repeat it over again...again....again.......
 November 17, 2014 at 4:37pm
I didn’t know Anonymous has to be an equal opportunity hacktivist group. Your sympathies sound a little suspect.
[-2] November 14, 2014 at 11:51pm
I’m not really sure what to make of this. This kid would probably make a killer journalist if he set his mind to it. I have to admire the determination if anything.
Its all about population control. Getting people on board with this is just another way to decrease the Earth’s population along with abortion on demand, the nonsense wars, and the normalization of homosexuality.
now all we need is a powerful earthquake, a meteor and this planet can finally start healing again
March 20, 2014 at 10:04am
“The rapid growth of Hispanic-speaking residents has brought the issue to the forefront. ”
Yes, Hispanic speaking residents. I wish they were teaching Hispanic back when I was in grade school, it might come in handy nowadays.
December 18, 2013 at 4:51pm
To be fair, Klayman was rude to start off on the attack like that. That was childish. But I wouldn’t be so quick to say he wears a tinfoil hat because he suspects he’s being monitored. Uhhhhh he’s sued the government how many times?? You bet their monitoring him!! Thats like when you go to a casino and win too many times for their liking. You’re not paranoid to think all eyes are you because more than likely they are.
December 6, 2013 at 4:26pm
I’m dying to know why she’d do that
December 6, 2013 at 4:20pm
Hahahaha I don’t really bad for them. How could they be sooooo stupid???