I never understood the Bounty Bowl. The kicker Zendehas had his eyes downfield when the linebacker (Jesse Smalls, who later joined the Eagles) hurt himself roll-blocking at his knees. Yet the kicker was blamed.
 June 22, 2016 at 11:44am
I like all the harumphing about how it was done. ALL magic is based on a trick so simple you could learn it in two seconds. The point is we don’t know it, and are amazed.
No one’s saying this is the loaves and fishes. We know that we just don’t know.
 June 9, 2016 at 12:26am
If Chewbakka Mom were black, she’d be called an Aunt Jemimah doing a minstrel show for the white man.
 June 7, 2016 at 12:20am
I kind of hope God didn’t allow them to “pave paradise and put up a parking lot”.
Also, it’s more likely the crucifixion and tomb were on the Mount of Olives to the east of the Temple, which faced frontwards to the scene. Seeing the curtain tear in two (it was partly open to the air), is probably one of the things that caused the centurion to say: “Surely this was the Son of God!”
June 2, 2016 at 12:42am
It’s so impressive it will make you spell “”whoa” dyslexally!
 April 16, 2016 at 2:05am
It happened exactly when they switched from Megyn’s hour to Hannity’s. Hmm.
 April 10, 2016 at 4:59pm
Can we just stop with the gallows snickering and give this brave woman her props? It proves there are still decent people in all cultures.
Do you know that she's still alive? that was the entire point of the exercise, you moron.
March 24, 2016 at 3:16pm
As Ted said, it wasn’t his supporters who tweeted the photo. It was Liz Mair “tiny” PAC with a $20,000 budget. She was with Walker and was fired for being “too enthusiastic” in her work, shall we say. I think she then supported Rubio,
It’s an anti-Trump group, not supported by Cruz.
March 7, 2016 at 5:51pm
Gandhi is said to have had a similar fetish.
But it seems to be a subconscious obsession that’s widespread. How else to explain the ease with which people use the vulgar word for excrement – even at the dinner table – instead of perfectly good words like “stuff” and “junk”?
They remind me of toddlers playing with their dirty diapers.
[-4] February 29, 2016 at 4:55pm
I agree with your take on the New Birth. Only a few million who profess to be Christian correctly teach this. Namely, in descending order IMHO: many that go as the Church of God, the Seventh Day Adventists, and the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Clearly John 3 explains that the “Born Again” will be invisible to the physical world and composed of spirit.
I think you would have gotten fewer down votes if you’d said that Jesus was a Jew, but is now no loner human.
November 16, 2015 at 2:18pm
What’s shameful is that more than half the country voted for this Mombassan Candidate.
He may not be a Muslim (I can only see him praying five times a day to himself), but just like we are all francophies right now, he has always been an islamophile at heart.
 November 13, 2015 at 5:33pm
Yes, there are pathologies that have to be overcome for a poor black kid abandoned by his father. Who has done it better than Carson?
There are also pathologies for rich kids to overcome. Trump didn’t, because he’s such an obvious creep.
Dr. Carson's anger was as a kid. He also resolved that anger at that time. Anyone who is knowledgeable about him knows that. Dr Carson's response to the rant by Donald was "Pray for him." He didn't get ugly like Donald. It has been apparent to me that Donald Trump knows nothing about Dr Carson except from the lies being spread by the liberal media. I suggest he read the books by Dr Carson starting with "Gifted hands".
November 7, 2015 at 12:43pm
I hope Abrams didn’t mess this up, after destroying a central planet in Star Trek. If he remade Huck Finn, would he dry up the Mississippi?
 October 17, 2015 at 12:14am
Her cackle is not calculated. It’s the definition of nervous laughter. She’s not only not ready for primetime, she’s just not cut out for this. She’s not a politician, she’s a politician’s wife.
Not quite "just a house wife' She's an experienced, well known pathological liar with a sick twisted past...
 October 16, 2015 at 12:53am
My Adblock Latitude on Pale Moon handles most of the ads, but it seems I have to wait a while for a page to “settle in” even though it’s loaded. Otherwise, I’m scrolling through molasses.
 October 3, 2015 at 11:37pm
Hi Scrooples. I’ve tried allowing ads – it then looks like Times Square – but it’s still slow. It’s slightly faster on IE / Edge or when I dump the day’s history, but not for long.
No other site is this bad,
 October 3, 2015 at 6:32pm
Pale Moon on my Toshiba latop, he said in slow motion.
 October 3, 2015 at 6:17pm
Monk, can you offer your advice for navigating The Blaze? It’s the only Black Hole of a site I encounter on the web. Scrolling and all else is like walking through quicksand. I remember you recommended Ghostery. Thanks.
What browser are you using and what kind of device?
TOS: If you don't mind me poking my giant nose in here; TheBlaze is probably the worst website I've ever encountered through the decades I've been using computers. It is a mine field. I have played with a number of ad blockers to compare but Kaspersky is the only truly effective software I know that buries the crap before you step in it. I've been using Kaspersky since it came out and I can't urge people enough to invest in it. It is, however, around 50 bucks a year but well worth it.
Hope that helps. :)
Hi Scrooples. I've tried allowing ads - it then looks like Times Square - but it's still slow. It's slightly faster on IE / Edge or when I dump the day's history, but not for long.
No other site is this bad,
 December 12, 2014 at 10:59pm
When you can’t even get the first word of an article right, I go no further.