Before the former dictator in Venezuela died last year, he said he was having all of his countries gold returned because he didn’t trust the United States and the Federal Reserve. Did Venezuela get all of their gold back from storage with the Federal Reserve?
July 7, 2013 at 10:30pm
Don’t worry, you will be forgiven. The media has bigger fish to fry, like Paula Deen.
So true, how sad has MSM become. Truly pathic! They have become sell outs to America.
October 31, 2012 at 10:17pm
If Obama had a son, he would look like Barney Frank? (I know, I know; the article says “a powerful senator” but wasn’t Obama an “absentee senator?”)
October 31, 2012 at 10:15pm
Photographic evidence of Obama’s gay lover in college?
October 19, 2012 at 9:43am
I keep reading, and hearing, that the Unions donate hundreds of millions of dollars to the Obama campaign. The Unions brag about this. My question, then, is why these donations are not reported in the above reports? Are unions similar to a Super-pac and not required to report?
Unions aren't individuals, they are groups or packs.
August 22, 2012 at 9:20pm
Unfortunately this is the type of politicians that keep getting elected in California. We don’t all support her and her stupid comments.
July 16, 2012 at 11:18pm
Excuse me. President Obama was elected in 2007 and took office in Jan. 2008. The Democrats controlled both houses of Congress in Oct. 2007 when they voted on TARP. Don’t you think they might just be a little bit responsible.
July 14, 2012 at 6:28pm
Why won’t the Obama administration answer the question about about which country’s passport President Obama used to travel to Pakistan while he was in college? It was against the law (a felony?) for Americans to travel to Pakistan at that time. Did he use a Kenyan passport?
I have a GOOD feeling about this. Not everyone can afford "GBTV" now to be called TheBlaze, but it does need to be funded. I am a cheapo member ($4.95 @ month) and I think this is great! I hope Glenn continues his nightly shows! Back to Beck!
June 14, 2012 at 5:38pm
My experience is that the car being driven 50 MPH in the center lane of a freeway with a 70 MPH speed limit will have a driver that is talking on a cell phone. Traffic will back up behind that driver, forcing other drivers to make sudden stops, or unsafe lane changes because the offending driver is oblivious to everything around him/her.
June 8, 2012 at 1:26pm
My guess is the leaks are coming from the Sec. of State Office. Wasn’t Hillary’s Chief of Staff identified as a supporter/member of the Muslim Brotherhood? That means she has access to all of the information that Hillary receives in her “intelligence” briefings.
May 28, 2012 at 11:27pm
Sean Penn, Danny Glover and Bill Maher are Chavez’ biggest Communist supporters. Have they commented yet on how they feel about Chavez’ conversion?
Chavez' conversion on his own terms. A conversion is on God's terms. It does not sound like God is going to be used for a spare tire so the man can continue his reign.
They will get theirs' too. They will be hunting a spare tire before all is said and one, as well. Those who use this world to promote their false agandas are anti-Christ. They should be promoting the Salvation offered by our Lord and Savior Jesus Chris who is forever.
April 28, 2012 at 6:06pm
You are a very sick person.
April 1, 2012 at 9:19pm
Conservative leaning Independent: Mini Cooper S-Roadster; Infinity Crossover SUV, Chev. Silverado
March 15, 2012 at 12:33am
I couldn’t care less about gay marriage. Why shouldn’t they be unhappy like the rest of us? However, I will not buy Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream because of their massive financial support of “Occupy Wall Street.”
February 12, 2012 at 8:00pm
Does anyone care what this traitor says or does? He needs to go back to Venezuela so he can resume humping Hugo Chavez’s leg. That is, if he can pry Sean Penn off of it.
February 8, 2012 at 10:34pm
Did anybody notice that Julian Assage (sp) is now working for the Russians?
February 4, 2012 at 4:10pm
Delano, Calif., with an Hispanic majority population quit celebrating Independence Day (4th of July). Instead, they celebrate Cinco de Mayo (Budweiser’s day), and Sept. 16th (Mexico’s Independence Day).
Actually I've read there are a few cities southern states that refuse to celebrate 4th of July, something to do with '4th of July' representing northern agression or some such... It's a tradition they carry going back to civil war.
Vicksburg, Missippi, was one such city... Apparently didn't celebrate the 4th for 86 years after the war.
Vicksburg fell on that day, after a terrible seige in which the populace, military and civilian, ran out of horses, mules and rats to eat. It was a local thing.
February 2, 2012 at 1:20pm
February 2, 2012 at 10:15am
All of the auto manufactures lie to meet govt. mileage requirements. My 2011 Chev. Equinox gets 19 miles to the gallon, not even half the 42 mpg. GM claims. (p.s. I couldn’t do a jack-rabbit start in it if I wanted to).
It'll probably get 42 mpg going down hill on a warm day with the wind pushing from behind.
Uh, the 4cyl Equinox promises 32mpg, there boss. Not 42mpg.
It gets that when you have it in neutral and roll it down a hill.
Yeah I've never owned a car that got anywhere near it's advertised gas mileage. I mean not even approaching it. In most cases I was lucky to get half the advertised mileage.
The type of driving you're doing does affect fuel efficiency some, but it doesn't affect it that much unless you're literally driving like an out of control maniac in a high speed chase with the police.
Impossible. You simply don't understand how EPA ratings work. The manufacturer has absolutely no way to "lie" to the EPA. They build a car and the EPA tests that car.
The reason your real world mileage might not meet the EPA estimate is because the tests are done in a controlled environment that may or may not be completely accurate. That's why it's called an EPA estimate.
And no equinox in the world has ever been rated at 42 mpg highway. The 4 cylinder might make 30+ on the highway, but the six won't.
APPAULED, I just have one question for you. How in the eighteen hundreds and before were homes heated and lighted, industry powered etc? Burning wood and oil and coal in your home caused far more pollution. This pollution was inside your home and business. You could not go inside to get out of it. This pollution hung over every town and city affecting everyone. Life expectancy was far shorter than it is now.
it depends on gas and driving habits...my 2002 Saturn SL2 only claimed 32mpg brand new...driving highway to and from work the last four years i got 28mpg ...not bad for a car that was already 7 years old when I got it....but when i drove out to TX from CA...that Arizona gas just did something to it and I was getting 40-44mpg on those long highway 10 roads into El Paso and then up into Dallas....
now that I am back driving in town miles..to and from work...no more highway driving...i am only getting about 22-23 mpg... car doesn't like TX gas....
same thing happened with my wife's Sequoia on the way out...usually on a long highway trip it will get 18-20 mpg....once it got that AZ gas....23-25mpg all the way into Dallas....but now around town and such she is only getting 13 mpg....
think i am going to get me a tanker truck of that AZ gas and put it in my garage or something...
Life expectancy was lower, because they didn't have antibiotics and vaccinations, sanitary standards for food and water, flush toilets, not because of air pollution. People in the country didn't live any longer than people in the city, or vice versa.
Anonymous T. Irrelevant, processed food, soft drinks, all kinds of things were not available in the 1800's and before. None of that is the subject of this story. Pollution is. Epa regulations are for pollution. Get rid of the epa and we could all get 50mpg.