Dear Mr. Beck,
I, for one, can’t thank you enough for being fearless in the face of such treachery in our midst. There are thousands, if not hundreds of thousands or millions of us, out here who wish we had a platform to voice the exact same sentiments. May God bless and keep you and your family safe. In Jesus name, I pray, Amen.
K.M. Fairfax, Virginia
Beck/Barton 2016. They seem to have all the answers. Hanniy may even let them use his "penny plan".
 March 16, 2015 at 1:31pm
That’s like saying “If you’re a thief, it’s ok to continue openly practicing and being a thief AND worship on Sunday.”
Give me a break. Now, even the “clergy” can’t stand up to the LGBT Mafia?
 March 16, 2015 at 11:47am
We shouldn’t have stopped at Iraq; we should have taken Iran too.
Instead, we are closing American Embassies all over the world. We just shuttered the one in Saudi Arabia this weekend. Will Americans ever wake up?
 March 16, 2015 at 11:43am
Heck, even Dolce & Gabbana get it.
 March 13, 2015 at 1:18pm
Ted Cruz is the only person in the current field of potential candidates for president that makes me excited and hopeful for the possibility of a better future. He also makes me willing to donate my precious time and money to his candidacy…
"Ted Cruz is the only person in the current field of potential candidates for president that makes me excited and hopeful for the possibility of a better future."
Cruz is also the only potential candidate with eligibility issues.
I am not saying Cruz is ineligible, but after spending years complaining about Obama’s eligibility – I find it extremely hypocritical to support someone who also has eligibility issues.
Ted Cruz is going to be speaking tomorrow at the South Carolina National Security Action Summit. You can read more about that here:
Cruzin' 2016 !!!!
His wife works for Goldman Sachs. She was also on the C.F.R task force for building the North American Union. See here... http://www.cfr.org/canada/building-north-american-community/p8102
Why isn't the BLAZE all over this? Because they have an agenda. this took all of 5 minutes to find.. ya Globalism!!
March 12, 2015 at 2:30pm
Now I’m really confused. What do you disagree with? You said you agreed with the “cute” remark, so is it the “once a cheater, always a cheater” that you disagree with? I’m not saying that people can’t refrain from the act. I’m saying people don’t usually change who they are, they just change what they do…usually.
 March 12, 2015 at 2:03pm
Actually, one of the glaring problems is that this guy, Shawn Donovan has NO BACKGROUND in budget.
He has a Masters in Architecture and has spent his whole career (before this position) in Housing & Urban Development and the Federal Housing Administration under Clinton, the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development under Bloomberg, and under Obama he oversaw the allocation of 75% of HUD’s share of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act within one week of the bill’s passage. NO FEDERAL BUDGET EXPERIENCE AT ALL.
 March 12, 2015 at 1:52pm
On the contrary Zorro, I think EVERY man with a soul feels that twinge. I think you must have misunderstood my post. I think they feel it and ignore it for a momentary indulgence in self gratification and ego. I’ve been very fortunate to have the unwavering commitment of a genuinely good man, but I’ve have unfortunately been front-row for way to many instances of this and watched as is destroyed people’s trust, faith, and in some cases their soul. Besides taking someone’s life, I believe it the single most destructive thing someone can do to another person.
 March 12, 2015 at 1:31pm
@irish…I agree wholeheartedly. I never understood the person who willingly writes, posts, and uploads their every waking move, complete with pictures and timestamps to an entity that is collecting, storing, and analyzing it for the government…and people wonder why we’re in the shape we’re in. Go figure.
 March 12, 2015 at 11:39am
Fool me once, shame on you
Foll me twice, shame on ME!
 March 12, 2015 at 11:34am
Why in the world would anybody need to SEARCH for Facebook?….I mean, really…are people that dumb that they can’t type facebook.com into their search bar?
Yes. Anywhere from 19% to approx 31% are that dumb, if not dumber.
@true - I question the intelligence of anyone on Fakebook to begin with........
It's not stupidity, it's laziness. People most likely open up their internet browser (most likely Google) then just type in Facebook, badabing, done. Taking the time to go up to the search bar, click, and then type in facebook.com takes more time than it does to just type facebook in the default browser, after all it takes you to the same place.
What I don't believe is that 'porn' and 'sex' are in the top 12. I like to have more faith in my fellow American than that.
How irresponsible of these people. Everyone knows googling “Google” has the potential to break the Internet.
I understand people searching for Facebook on Google.
Why would people need to SEARCH FOR GOOGLE on Google though? O_o?
If you're already on Google, why would you need to search for Google?
That makes no sense...
Therefore, I think the entire list is bogus.
Anyone that Googles Facebook is smarted than the number 2 person who Googled Google.
Sorry. It was I.
@ True - "are people that dumb that they can’t type facebook.com into their search bar?" sadly YES
I google bing.com.
You can Google Porn on the internet?
Republicans who rag on facebook perpetuate the out of date old fuddy duddy republican and only help hillary.
If you are to old for facebook don't use it
Chalk it up to dumb, lazy or both.
"Why in the world would anybody need to SEARCH for Facebook?….I mean, really…are people that dumb that they can’t type facebook.com into their search bar?"
Isn't typing "facebook.com into their search bar the same as searching for Facebook?
Even more so, these people who apparently used Facebook so much should have a bookmark on their computer so that they shouldn't need to type anything at all.
 March 12, 2015 at 11:30am
Cavallo…I didn’t think any of it sounded cute. Whether it is the man or the woman who chooses to shoot up the car instead of the person, the act of physically breaking the bonds of the vows they took causes the ultimate, earth-shattering loss of trust, confidence, and love that exists on the planet.
If you have to have sex with someone who isn’t your betrothed, don’t be selfish, separate, get a divorce, whatever you have to do, just don’t do it behind their back. At a minimum, the person being cheated on has the right to know that you may be bringing home some STD and should be afforded the chance to protect against it…you know?
 March 12, 2015 at 11:06am
There is that moment, before the cheating occurs, that a man must have the twinge in his gut of knowing that his next action will cause insurmountable grief…and he chooses to do it anyway. There isn’t enough “power of a good woman” on the planet to fix that.
I guess, though, if a woman chooses to marry a “fixer-upper”, who am I to determine the budget.
 March 12, 2015 at 10:44am
Once a cheater; always a cheater.
I give her credit for forgiving him, but how stupid do you have to be to trust him again?
If a man can betray, in that way, the person who he should have entrusted with his deepest secrets, what would ever make someone think that he couldn’t or wouldn’t do it again?
I just don’t get it…I would never live like that.
This guy isn't a Republican. He's a lying liberal sack of dog $#!+ who run for office as a Republican because he thinks that will help him win.
 March 3, 2015 at 3:36pm
We, Americans, have been forsaken.
It is now over.
The wave of uneducated people who will fill our voter rolls is now legally complete.
I tried to hold out hope, but I now have none.
I will find ever way possible to extract myself from the funding rolls.
I will no longer consider the United States a Republic.
I will no longer take pride in living by our Constitution, because it no longer exists.
It doesn’t matter what happens in 2016 now, the ship has sailed.
It was a beautiful ride.
I am desperately sorry for all of our children.
…a new mindset has emerged victorious and it’s not one that hold these truths to be self-evident. We are no longer the United States of America.
Welcome to the completion of Obama's "Fundamental Change" of America. Those with power will just get richer while 90% of us will slowly fall into the permanent underclass.
lol, oh geez. Talk about hyperbole!
I believe that there are no winners...I believe there is a ruler behind Obama with an iron fist and Id say the new world order is forming quickly behind the worlds back. The Republicans give in because they are told they better give in and keep mouths shut or families are threatened. They are being told to do their jobs and "act" like all is well. Somehow, Id bet the United Nations, having formed their own troops, is probably behind all of this. I could be wrong. But never in my 65 yrs have I seen Republicans back down without a fight. This is very eerie to me.
 February 18, 2015 at 1:49pm
David, I’m sad to say that I agree with most of what you said. The only place I tend to differ with you is on the “American people are reluctant to stir ourselves” part…I believe that Americans are past ready to stir ourselves, but between the ignorance, apathy, and media purposefully hiding the truth from our masses, we have a populace that is in a self-imposed darkness on the matter. My fear is that when the time has no choice but to come, we will no longer have the ability to save ourselves.
No I think the people with gay tendencies are the ones who seek to suppress gay rights, as if they are projecting.
I don't know how you can truly love a person if you "accept" their sin. If you truly love a person, and you know that person is an alcoholic, you will do everything in your power to help them get free from the bondage and strangle-hold that alcoholism has on their life, right?
The same goes for every other sin. If you know that somebody is being oppressed by desires for pornography, and you love them, you try to help them overcome their desires. If somebody has overwhelming desires for coffee, you help them break their habit. If somebody has overwhelming desires for homosexual acts, you help them overcome their desires and break that oppression.
If you don't understand this, then you don't truly love people.
You just tolerate them.
If you truly love a person, and you know that person is an fundamentalist Christian, you will do everything in your power to help them get free from the bondage and strangle-hold that fundamentalism has on their life, right?
Now perhaps you understand why atheists have a problem with fundamentalist Christians, as you seem to grasp the concept of people doing things that are harmful to themselves and particularly to others. Your entire first paragraph makes sense only to people like you, because while being a fundamentalist is something you choose and is something you can quit being, just like being an alcoholic, being a homosexual is neither something you choose nor something you can quit being.
And just like an alcoholic, a fundamentalist is somebody who needs help.
What you call "fundamentalism" is embracing the whole Truth of God's Word. That is actually quite healthy, so suggesting otherwise is like calling the sky a color other than blue. It does not make sense. And of course your comments won't because when aligned with Truth, sin is exposed. And sin is what you wish to keep doing and hide and not be told otherwise.
Truth reveals, in a healthy way, the things we do that are wrong. And acknowledging it is painful sometimes, but only for a little while.
blink - This shows that you atheists are evil and love evil.
And your comment shows your an idiot.
I've seen "Jesus Camp", so yeah, I wouldn't call that healthy. I also wouldn't call what is done to homosexuals by fundamentalists healthy.
Oh yeah, I'm evil. I only respect and treat people the same way they treat others and harm nobody.
 February 18, 2015 at 11:42am
How can any pastor or church official believe that God condones gay marriage? From my understanding of the text, God wants us to love each other with all of faults, BUT he does not permit us to change His commands. He wants us to pray for them to be lifted from the sinful nature of the act; He doesn’t want us to excuse and celebrate it…am I wrong?
And that's your understanding of the text. This pastor recognizes that there are no verses opposing gay marriage or relationships, and the ones condemning gay sex are quite vague. I doubt he thinks God also wants to ban women from speaking in church because that's what the Bible says.
doesn't a god have to exist to condone anything?
The typical verse cited resides in Romans which like the majority of the New Testament was a letter from Paul transcribed to a guy named Tertius. Which of course means Paul was thus inspired or called by God to write the text or it would not be the word of God. Who says God can't call someone else to modify his word?
February 13, 2015 at 3:02pm
I’m sure this is a great story, but I just read that there are reports that 300 US Marines may be surrounded at al-Asad Air Base in Iraq….Obama’s going to get us all killed.