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  • [4] September 2, 2014 at 4:14pm

    You know when a society is in decline when mental illness is considered acceptable by the masses. Sorry, but this kid is mentally ill – just like homosexuals. Call me what you want, but it is true. I suppose that soon people suffering from depression will demand and get their “right” to free Prozac, etc.

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  • [1] August 31, 2014 at 1:59am

    His remarks are correct if you are on the anti-west (anti-American, etc.) side. Says a whole lot about Obama.

  • August 31, 2014 at 1:54am

    I work in an accounting office and have received many calls from concerned clients regarding this scam. Thank you, Blaze, for providing a telephone number I can give these people to make a report. We always tell our clients that the IRS will not call you or send you an email. If you get either, it is not the IRS – they only send you notices or show up at your door.

  • [5] August 29, 2014 at 5:27pm

    So I wonder when the U.S. will raise the security warning from “get a helmet” to “put on the helmet?” That is a Ron White joke by the way.

    Too bad the U.S. appears to not have the leadership equipped to provide any kind of warning to the people. I suppose when we hear the loud boom and see the smoke rising, we will know.

  • August 28, 2014 at 8:44pm

    Who else thinks all this has happened before…remember Nero?

    I can’t believe anyone still supports Bozo the Clown. Seriously, if you want to die so much, there are far easier ways out and you don’t have to take the rest of us with you. And should it have escaped your attention, there is no such thing as an “Obama supporter force field.” But perhaps if you wish really, really hard, Obama will fund raise for one.

  • [8] August 26, 2014 at 4:53pm

    I was only of the lucky few in this world who was able to be personally experience was a wonderful human being Robin Williams was when he gave a spontaneous performance for me and a friend of mine back in 1981. He was a very special person and a very special performer. Rest in peace, Robin. You will be forever missed.

    And, Vaman, you need to get a reality check. I have yet to read or hear one harsh word from the “radical right” against Robin Williams. Perhaps your comments about mental illness come from personal experience?

  • [2] August 25, 2014 at 5:29pm

    It don’t have the figures to back it up, but it seems to me that if most celebrities donated around 10% of their yearly income to solve the homeless problem in America, it would be solved. Meanwhile, it’s just grandstanding to make it appear that those with care about those without.

    BTW, I don’t believe for a second this guy is homeless.

  • [4] August 24, 2014 at 5:09pm

    I may be slightly surprised that Bill Maher took a pro-Israel position. What really surprises me, though, is that Hollywood feels the need to take a stand on this issue. Do they really think anyone cares what they believe? I know I don’t, but then again, I’m sane. There are many in America who are not.

    P.S. I just “love” that “old geezer” photo of Kelsey, Sylvester, and Arnold.

  • [5] August 24, 2014 at 4:26pm

    This may be nit picky, but every single TV station in the Sacramento area is reporting the earthquake was a 6.0 vs. a 6.1. Like I said, maybe it’s nit picky.

    Anyway, so “glad” to see the usual California “lovers” out in comment force today. Yes, I am aware that Glenn sorta started it – and he should be ashamed of himself for it. There are plenty of good, decent, God fearing people in California. It’s only really in the government that there are progressive loons.

    I live only about an hour away from the epicenter of this earthquake. I didn’t feel a thing, but plenty of people are experiencing destroyed homes, etc., right now. It’s nothing to joke about.

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  • August 24, 2014 at 12:36am

    This is why I’m so glad I’m single. That said, however, women can be nuts outside a relationship also. I work for one who is purposely trying to destroy the company I work for. Yes, I know that sounds crazy, but that is exactly what she is trying to do. Kinda like what Obama is trying to do to America (and succeeding at so far). And, yes, this woman is a huge Obama supporter.

    In a nutshell, a couple of years ago this woman bought into the business I have been working for since 2001. With the buy in, she became the third partner. Like what Obama is doing to Congress, she is going behind the other partners’ backs and cutting the pay of us staff members to the bone and hiring a woman that didn’t need to be hired (a protege no doubt). She is doing all this claiming the company is having financial problems – which is total B.S. (proved by the fact she recently took a 2 week vacation to Hawaii and another partner is going to Europe next month). It’s expected that she will cut out health care within the next couple weeks, but I’m prepared to tackle her head on if she does this. Yes, I may end up unemployed, but I’m working on other options and anything at this point is better than working for this nutcase.

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  • [1] August 24, 2014 at 12:13am

    This problem isn’t new. The housing development my townhome is in experienced several about 4 years ago during the first wave of foreclosures sweeping the nation. They broke open the windows on the backside of the townhomes. The police were called by the neighbors and the squatters were arrested. We haven’t had the problem since. So, lesson learned – a good Neighborhood Watch program does the trick.

  • August 21, 2014 at 4:08pm

    All this reminds me of the scene in “Demolition Man” when Sylvester Stallone’s character is given a device that gives an electric shock (kinda like a tazer) when he has to go in to go after the bad guy (played by Wesley Snipes). He looks at is and scoffs. Sometimes you need a real weapon to fight a real criminal.

    Now, I’m not saying that this guy is a real criminal. I was able to view the shoplifting video, but I couldn’t get access to the YouTube video (possibly since I’m looking at this at work and IT has put some sort of block on it). I have no idea if this guy is so guilty as to deserve being shot. That said, however, I know several police officers. They are trained to do what is deemed necessary to protect themselves and the public at large if a threat is imminent. Again, I wasn’t able to see the shooting video, so I don’t know if that was the case here. But, does anyone think that it is in the public’s best interest for the police to stop to determine the color of skin of the suspect before acting? What if the suspect is white and the police officer is black? It is okay, then, to use deadly force? Is this really the world anyone wants to live in?

  • August 20, 2014 at 4:16pm

    Okay, all that’s needed is a church bulletin? That’s easy to get. At my church, all you have to do is walk into the lobby and you are handed one – you don’t even have to go into the actual church. Or is it that atheists believe they will spontaneously combust if they go anywhere near a church? Seriously, for 8% of the population (I think that’s the number Stu gave on the radio today), atheists sure are mouthy. So, atheists, why is that? Are you scared of something?

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  • August 18, 2014 at 4:04pm

    Glad to see that maybe some action to resolve this is going to happen. This violence needs to end.

    I will have to say, though, that there are those on the right who are “falling off the wagon” over this issue. There is a man who puts out a newsletter each day called “The Sovereign Man.” His name is Simon Black and is an ex-pat who (until today) thought a lot like Glenn Beck. His newsletter today stated very emphatically that the police are guilty and the rioting is just human nature. Excuse me? I wasn’t there and I assume Mr. Black wasn’t either. So, neither of us has any idea if the police were right or wrong. Either way, though, the rioting is wrong. Civilized man does not take these matters into their own hands by committing acts of violence on the community at large – even if they believe a wrong has been committed. Needless to say, I will no longer be reading what Mr. Black publishes in the future.

  • [10] August 17, 2014 at 5:34pm

    You know that before Obama, this kind of crap didn’t happen. Okay, maybe in the 60′s (before cell phones) but not between then and now. If this is what the fundamental transformation of America looks like, you can keep the change.

    Personally, I have no idea what the truth is in this scenario. But, does the truth really matter at this point (oh, God, I’m beginning to sound like Killery)? The excuse for violence is out there. Reining it in will be the hard part.

    P.S. “Love” that colorful language. Is it any wonder why those living in the ghetto stay in the ghetto?

  • [35] August 14, 2014 at 4:09pm

    Please, those of you who make up the homosexual community. We don’t care what you do as long as it’s with a consenting adult. Stop it with the victim mentality.

    In the past, GAY = HAPPY

    In the very recent past, GAY = HOMOSEXUAL

    Currently, GAY = CRY BABY

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  • August 14, 2014 at 3:57pm

    I’ve never watched The Discovery Channel even back when I had satellite TV. But, back then this channel’s reputation seemed fairly good. Why would the executives put of mockumentaries? Makes no sense if you want to keep a good reputation. After all, is it The Discovery Channel or Comedy Central?

  • [1] August 13, 2014 at 3:46pm

    California didn’t steal it…I swear.

    Not that California doesn’t need it. I have a sister and brother-in-law who live in So. Cal. They were recently fined by their water utility for washing their car on their lawn. Seems that where they live, you can’t water your plants or wash your car so doing both is a big no no. This drought stinks.

  • August 13, 2014 at 1:38pm

    Yesterday, I watched one of his new movies on Amazon. The description said that it was still in theaters, but I hadn’t heard anything about it. It’s called “The Angriest Man in Brooklyn.” Seriously, someone should have stopped him from making this movie. Not only is it bad, now it’s pretty creepy. His character actually jumps off the Brooklyn Bridge in a suicide attempt (he survives the jump, though). I would suggest not watching this movie to anyone who wants to remember Robin Williams for the comedy genius he was.

  • August 12, 2014 at 4:14pm

    You are right. Remember those “Whores for Obama” buttons during the 2012 DNC?

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