President Obama is probably mad enough to take real action now, like appoint a gay Ambassador to Russia. But if that doesn’t work he will lead by example by making even deeper cuts to our military.
March 2, 2014 at 3:36pm
11. Make deeper cuts to the US military.
November 15, 2013 at 12:16am
I wonder if the guy filming was near his vehicle? If not, I may understand his hesitancy in doing anything to distract the animal for fear it may charge him. If he was near his vehicle he could have drove up close enough to frighten the elk off, as the driver of the vehicle in the background could have done also. I think when it was over I would have wanted to yank the driver of that vehicle out and “thank” them for all their “help.” Oh, well. Maybe their encounter will be with one of the areas black bears and someone can stand by and get video of that.
November 12, 2013 at 9:06pm
Men reject God because their hearts are evil, period. John 3:19 “…the light has come into the world, and people loved the darkness rather than the light BECAUSE THEIR WORKS WERE EVIL.”.
Not because of hypocrites in the church or something the pastor did or did not do.
October 30, 2013 at 12:28am
HEY PREZ, Maybe these are the people your administration should call “extremists” instead of those tea partiers and Evangelical Christians. When is the last time one of those groups did anything like this? How many acts of terrorism have they committed? The leftists and the Muslim devils have done a good job of demonizing the righteous while patting the Devil on the back.
October 30, 2013 at 12:18am
John 10:13 (ESV) -”He flees because he is a hired hand and cares nothing for the sheep.” Problem seems to be that he is fleecing the sheep instead of feeding the sheep as Jesus commanded, and evidently these sheep enjoy being fleeced.
All shepherd sell the wool from their sheep DUH! It doesn't mean they don't care for them. Why is it ok for his congregation to get ahead financially but not him? They wouldn't have a great church to belong to if not for their Pastor obeying God and working hard. The Pharisees also criticized Jesus for not living by their standards. Judas criticized Jesus for accepting the alabaster box of super expensive ointment poured on His feet. That was worth over a year's pay! But Judas didn't care if the money could have been used for the poor, he just was upset that HE didn't have it. Check your heart. Judge not lest ye be judged. You'll be judged by God to that same degree. As David said, "touch not the Lord's anointed". BE CAREFUL....
You do realize you quited that out of context and has nothing to do with ministers of the gospel. Anything in the gospels does not reference the church because it didn't exist then. Its directed at the jewish nation. Before you try to use the word as a sword, know what you are referencing and who it was written to and when it was written.
October 30, 2013 at 12:08am
This lying hypocrite is “deeply concerned” about Iran’s treatment of Christians when our own military personnel are threatened with disciplinary action if they pay their tithes to an Evangelical Christian Church?
October 29, 2013 at 11:59pm
I think we should post signs in all the schools that say something like, “Love thy neighbor as thyself.”
 October 23, 2013 at 1:20am
No defense for such hideousness, but what did he think was waiting for him when he got out to check his car for damage, an apology? Was the car more dear to him than his wife? Go around, back up, get the h– out of there, but don’t open the door and get out! I’m sorry for what happened and hope they get the attackers, but this appeared to be a meeting between dumb and evil.
October 23, 2013 at 1:09am
It’s easy to understand that bullies would feel that way and I didn’t see where anyone was whining, they stepped up. Everyone has a different personality and I don’t know how the kid was raised, but the best thing he could do is to personally stand his ground with the bully. That might teach him how to deal with adversity, but for those who never stand their ground all they learn from being bullied is to withdraw and flee every adversity they are ever confronted with, that’s what bullying teaches them.
October 23, 2013 at 12:57am
It is absolutely easy to understand that those who are used to doing the bullying and running over people would not like this story. Suck it up, and if you haven’t met your match yet, you will.
I was bullied, and I don't like the story. So there goes your theory. If a bully is putting someone's life in danger, then by all means take him out. But to coddle these children because their feelings get hurt? What happens in the real world, when there are no parents or school to take up for you? Learn to deal with problems yourself, or the real world is gonna eat you alive.
October 23, 2013 at 12:52am
I can see where bullies wouldn’t like this story.
October 23, 2013 at 12:46am
I agree only to a very short point. Yes, children need to experience failure, but bullying should never be acceptable, and I am my brothers keeper! Bravo to this aunt. I know personalities differ, but I can’t help but wonder, is our society raising girlish boys? I was always one of the smallest boys in my class and in 9th grade the school bully who had failed a couple of grades, flipped a towel at me as I was leaving the locker room after football practice. I had heard how he and his cohort had beaten up a couple of guys, but since he wanted to be playful I rolled my towel and flipped it, to which he immediately attacked me. I had him almost stuffed in a cage like locker when he caught me off guard enough with a couple of punches to the face, which I actually didn’t feel, they just caught me by surprise. I was immediately ready to go after him but we were both held back by other players. I finished out that year on the team riding the same bus to games, and while this guy and his buddy picked on other players, neither of them ever bothered me again. I think I’ve had a resolve that from that day (I’m 66 now) that somehow shows through because no one has tried to bully me since. And I’m still a nice guy.
October 23, 2013 at 12:12am
The Associated Press had their “Fact Check” which was a joke, but it really would be nice if we had some way to tally up the score for this Administrations lies compared to the times it told the truth. Just to be generous, out of 500 statements I would say it would be very lopsided, say; lies 490, truths told 10.
October 23, 2013 at 12:03am
The “fringe” is coming! I did have a lot of respect for Jeb Bush, and while I don’t live in Florida, he appeared to be a very good governor, as far as I know. When he choose to attack a rare fellow Republican with backbone, that pretty much tells me that Jeb doesn’t have one. I am not affiliated with the tea party, but the RINOs are pushing me more that way all the time. Why don’t they all just get honest, follow Gov. Christ example and quit pretending.
October 22, 2013 at 11:31pm
Someone who thinks like I do except that I have a small amount of Powhatan Indian blood, so I suggested the Powhatan Redskins on my FB a few weeks ago.
October 20, 2013 at 11:53pm
It’s you Dingy Harry, you crooked little elf, we are laughing at you. If you weren’t scared of Ted Cruz and the tea party you wouldn’t be spending so much time trying to tear them down. As far as you knowing better how to legislate, the only thing you are better at is corruption. Dingy Harry, the King of Corruption.
October 19, 2013 at 12:06pm
So it was a fake gun. What happened to zero tolerance? A kid with a picture of a gun would probably be suspended.
October 19, 2013 at 11:56am
Of course these communists calling him an enemy of the couldn’t’ have any influence on these threats.
October 18, 2013 at 2:07am
Scientific “facts” are about to change again. Ho hum. At 66 I’m used to it by now. I’m not against real science but this is why I would not bet my eternal destiny on science telling me there is no God. Sure, the Bible is re-translated to keep it in a more readable language, but have you noticed it doesn’t have to be changed every few years? The truth remains the same, while our science textbooks have to be changed with regularity. I will continue to hold to the unchanging hand of Jesus Christ.
Your bible did change through-out the years. They say The Bible was 2000 yrs. old until "Iceman" was discovered (5000 yrs. old) and your foot soldiers moved your bible up to, 6000 yrs. old! ;) Don't believe me, do your own research! ;)
This is your Religious Leaders, screwing around with history, amazing! ;)