Same here! Of course, back in my day we also could bring our 22 rifles to school and keep them in our lockers as long as we had a lock on the locker so we had our guns for shooting club after school. Our schools are nothing more than factories that create PC sissies.
My Dad wouldn’t allow me on the roads by myself until I could change a tire, chain-up the tires and do much more.
How many of you remember when car jacks hooked up to the bumper of the car instead of underneath the car? Those were fun.
But that was when cars actually had bumpers.
Back in my day, at least where I grew up, Drivers Ed wasn't offered in my school. It was added just after I graduated. Taking care of a car, i.e. changing a tire, the oil, brakes and tuning a car was just part of growing up.
 May 26, 2015 at 11:51am
CPS said they were responsible for unsubstantiated neglect.
not supported or proven by evidence.
synonyms: unconfirmed, unsupported, uncorroborated, unverified, unattested, unproven;
How can you be “responsible” for neglect with out proof or any evidence?
In the new Utopia, you don't have to be guilty of anything to be guilty of anything.
Communist leaders that we let run us.
 May 21, 2015 at 2:08pm
Hey left, I followed your link and read the propaganda. Here is #5 on the list
In 2012, Clinton became an internet sensation because of a series of memes depicting her having fictitious, comical text exchanges with other celebrities while wearing her trademark sunglasses. Texts from Hillary became so popular that Clinton herself submitted her own caption to the website and invited its creators to meet with her at the State Department. Her star power and ability to capture the imagination of individuals around the world is one noteworthy aspect of her success.
Laughable at best!
Why didn’t they mention gun running to Syria?
 May 20, 2015 at 1:29pm
I guess this means something to someone somewhere.
Me, I don’t get it.
 May 18, 2015 at 1:37pm
Oh Hell No!!!
 May 18, 2015 at 9:42am
 May 14, 2015 at 2:46pm
You are absolutely correct, I did mean “weapon” thank you for the input.
 May 14, 2015 at 12:18pm
That was my first thought, second thought was, why was girlfriend sleeping downstairs?
You are thinking "assault weapon".
There is a legal definition )per US Army) for assault rifle. a select fire longarm firing an intermediate rifle cartridge. no full auto only but semi auto and full auto or semi and burst (whatever length more than one shot), no pistol cartridge or main battle rifle cartridge (.308 and up)
Assault weapon was meant to be conflated with assault rifle in an attempt to demonize what civilians were generally allowed to own.
It is possible that both the SWAT team and the terrorists (referred to as "gunmen" here for some reason) really did use assault rifles. But if they were assault rifles, you have to wonder whether they were licensed and/or supplied courtesy of the BATF.
Unrelated to this article, but I do wonder why the Blaze has not carried the story (or did I miss it) of the two Hattiesburg, MS, officers shot down like dogs (black congressional caucus racist language) by a black felon? Just like the NYC officer who was recently executed by a black, the race of the executioner is never or rarely mention on the news. I have noticed the same with the coverage of the two Hattiesburg officers (one white and one black), but when a white cop has to shoot a black thug, we are bombarded with the fact the officer was white and the thug black.
????????? So what??????
Who in the Hell sits around thinking these things up?
It's so rare that it happened last year in April, the year before in March, the year before that in February, and one more year earlier in January.
And it will happen next year in June, the following year in July, then the next year in August, and once again in September.
 May 11, 2015 at 1:42pm
This was on Drudge last week, must be a slow news day.
The Blaze is dredging the Drudge for daily drivel?
 May 11, 2015 at 10:32am
That was a slow-mo collapse.
 May 8, 2015 at 12:44pm
“You want to encourage everyone to be their own person,” she told the paper, “and for someone to decide it’s OK for those two students to go on a morning show and (be their own person) and wear a shirt like that with no repercussions, what is the school saying? That it’s OK?”
Yes, that is exactly the point of being an individual and not a sheeple.
 May 6, 2015 at 1:32pm
This what happens when policy is based on junk science.
I have an idea. Let’s pass a law that every step of the ethanol fuel production cycle must be powered by ethanol, from plowing to planting, fertilizing, pest control, harvesting, transportation, milling, fermenting, distilling, and waste disposal, and let’s see if there’s any ethanol left over at the end to use as fuel for other purposes. I’m betting there wouldn’t be.