But how long ago did she do them? Is she beyond redemption forever just because of that?
 June 27, 2016 at 9:39am
Don’t forget Stephen Baldwin!
June 27, 2016 at 9:31am
It’s sad, but you know it’s true. The anti-gun leftist media, already worked up after the Orlando tragedy, would think of nothing to capitalize on this horrible incident.
 June 23, 2016 at 10:40am
Yeah, if he’s gonna be all “I’m not gonna go negative on the other candidates”, he should remember how that worked out for Mitt “Not Gonna Attack Obamacare” Romney.
 June 23, 2016 at 10:37am
But is he on all 50 state ballots?
June 2, 2016 at 2:44pm
Self-control is indeed important, but in my opinion, the new default should be “everything in moderation” instead of “just say no”. (When it’s not involving harm to others, that is.)
 June 2, 2016 at 11:24am
I did the same thing a couple years ago when Sirius canned Anthony Cumia for that Twitter fracas. I admit some of the stuff he said was over the line, but at most he should’ve just gotten suspended for a few weeks, not flat-out fired. Opie & Jim just didn’t do it for me, and the monthly cost was beginning to pressure our budget, so I canceled.
June 2, 2016 at 11:17am
While I wholeheartedly agree with Mr. Speegle, I’m just surprised someone didn’t bring up Matthew 22:11-13 by now.
 June 2, 2016 at 11:14am
“Yeah, but there is more SUBSTANCE (i.e. good doctrine) in one line of your old hymnal than in 20 minutes of praise and worship songs, typically.”
So take the old hymns and do them in a new style of music. A lot of those would do well as punk-rock songs. :D
(Deep negative territory in 3….2….1…)
 June 1, 2016 at 11:59am
Good luck getting Frenchy on the Texas ballot. You’re a bit late there, Kris.
 May 18, 2016 at 3:19pm
But… since Morning Joe is a “conservative” show, Debbie Ditz’s response will be “lolwut”.
 May 11, 2016 at 9:46am
It’s coming. Students will have to take exams naked.
But it will be mandated the naked students be allowed to go to whichever bathroom he/she feels fluidly comfortable in.
When I was taking the chemistry 1 and 2 classes at UK they made us leave our jackets, hoodies, calculator lids, hats, and backpacks at the front of the room. I'm pretty sure they would've done strip searches before we entered the room if they were allowed to.
I thought about being a smart alec and wearing a hoodie with nothing underneath. I figured they couldn't make me take the exam without my shirt, but they could probably kick me out of the exam. It just made me mad while I was going through it because none of the other departments had policies that stringent. The math department would probably have more to worry about with cheating yet they let us have all the stuff the chemistry dept. didn't let us have right beside us during the exam.
So is cheating.
That will work until the implant technology hits retail. The iphone 9 will go right there under your skin on your hand. Or forehead.
Then students will get implants. Will not be long before we will have implants that can access the web. There have been contacts developed that can take video. Combine that will an implant in the ear canal to hear somebody giving you the answers and you could be naked and still cheat.
May 10, 2016 at 3:03pm
And they can always be in there under the guise of those “toiletry valets” that set up perfumes, colognes, combs & brushes for you to use in return for a tip.
 May 10, 2016 at 1:35pm
Ted, you didn’t have to drop out in the first place. If you were really serious about stopping Trump, you would’ve pushed on with a new goal of securing enough delegates to throw the nomination to a brokered convention (like Bernie is trying to do on the other side). It would be great if you jumped back in the race, but you’re gonna have to regain momentum here.
May 6, 2016 at 5:18pm
jcraine: As opposed to what, trudging back to the Republicans just to hear the GOPe smugly tell us “I told you so”? And then have the GOPe’s status quo continue unabated? No, it’s time to abandon the corrupt GOPe leadership and get a new party going. If enough disgruntled people from either of the Big Two can coalesce around one alternative party and get enough big-money donors to switch their funding to that party, it should be able to compete seriously with the Dems in 4 years, 8 at the latest. But it’s gotta start somewhere, and the Band-Aid needs to be ripped off quickly, don’t listen to the naysayers.
[-1] May 6, 2016 at 1:16pm
And what is your alternative plan? More debt? You don’t think this $19 trillion and rising debt isn’t going to eventually cause lots of financial agony?
May 5, 2016 at 4:15pm
So instead of a three-way race where the insurgent could split the one side and give the unified other side a victory, we need a FOUR-way race this year. If Bernie doesn’t go rogue, make sure the Green Party gets a lot of exposure and support. And let’s prop up an independent conservative bid, or absent that, the Libertarian Party on our side. Maybe if the decision of who to pick as President ends up in the House of Representatives, it’ll spark a serious push for either the GOP to get a drastic makeover or a mass exodus of the GOP base to a new major political party.
 May 5, 2016 at 4:09pm
Sentiments like that are why the Big Two parties are the corrupted sacks of crap that they are today… and if people keep getting shamed to stay on either reservation, nothing will change for decades.
Sometimes you gotta be brave and make the jump to a new party, even if it means the opposition stays in power for a couple of election cycles.
Nothing is going to get changed if we keep looking to the ballot box regardless of the party.
Yeah, pat yourself on the back and then watch what Hillary does for you and your children.
She'll do the same think tRump will. No thanks.
jcraine: As opposed to what, trudging back to the Republicans just to hear the GOPe smugly tell us "I told you so"? And then have the GOPe's status quo continue unabated? No, it's time to abandon the corrupt GOPe leadership and get a new party going. If enough disgruntled people from either of the Big Two can coalesce around one alternative party and get enough big-money donors to switch their funding to that party, it should be able to compete seriously with the Dems in 4 years, 8 at the latest. But it's gotta start somewhere, and the Band-Aid needs to be ripped off quickly, don't listen to the naysayers.
 May 4, 2016 at 2:10pm
And that perception will doom us to the same old duopoly for years to come. The GOP isn’t going to let its power get usurped, neither will the Democrats. The only solution is to decide on a third party, and somehow convince the big-money donors to switch to that party. The GOP is one of the Big Two only because the $$$ still flows in, no matter how much of its base abandons it.