Are those tears real? Maybe, but I doubt it. Obama is always the showman. See how he just upstaged Holder.
 February 27, 2015 at 3:50pm
Rest in peace, Mr. Nimoy. Love Star Trek and loved your character starting with the original episode (the one where Mr. Spock actually smiled). Just one question before you go. Who got possession of your Katra (that is, Mr. Spock’s spirit for those who haven’t seen Star Trek II and III)?
 February 27, 2015 at 3:38pm
There was nothing wrong with the Internet, so why change it? The answer is simple, power and control. Many believe that net neutrality will be a good thing. I hope they are right, but I fear they are not. As a rule of thumb, I don’t trust the government when it pushes something down the throats of Americans, and Americans have no idea what it is that is coming. If net neutrality is such a good thing, why not testify before Congress? Why not release the provisions before the vote? I can’t believe there were those who support net neutrality who have no idea what it is they are really supporting. Seriously, are you that brainwashed? Or do you all work for Google?
The answer is simple. The speed and technology is now at a point where all media can be streamed therefore opening up very lucrative revenue streams which will be protected through anti competitive behavior.
 February 26, 2015 at 11:50pm
As I logged into the Internet this evening, I used my favorite browser, Mozilla Firefox. I noticed on the start page a congratulatory message about winning the net neutrality vote. I really thought the people who run Mozilla were smarter than that and had the public’s interest at heart. I suppose I now need to find a new favorite browser. Very disappointed with Mozilla.
Or perhaps you may wonder "what does this web browser company, with as highly vested interest, know that I don't?"
me too - I immediately deleted FireFox and started using Chrome ...
February 25, 2015 at 3:24pm
Reality is that he will get the death penalty, just not officially. The inmates will likely take care of the issue.
 February 25, 2015 at 3:11pm
Unfortunately Trey Gowdy’s warning will likely fall on deaf ears. Obama would be behind bars (or worse) by now if our so-called representatives were ready and willing to do what is right. That said, however, Mr. Gowdy (and anyone else willing to stand up) does need to make the warning. History needs to record that at least some tried to stop the madness.
 February 25, 2015 at 12:24pm
His sentence will likely go the way of Jeffrey Dalhmer.
Too bad most Obama supporters have no idea what America was like back in 1980 (even with the peanut farmer as prezzy). How is it that we have slid so far, so fast?
That hockey game was great – and I don’t like hockey. USA!, USA!, USA!!!
 February 20, 2015 at 3:16pm
This just goes to show how desperate the leftist media is. Truly sad. Truth tellers do not have to resort to such tactics.
 February 17, 2015 at 8:45pm
Just one question. When will the bleeding hearts bleed out already? We are getting tired of waiting.
February 17, 2015 at 8:42pm
Is anyone really surprised? Too bad Biden lacks the charisma of Bill Clinton or that woman would have a smile on her face.
 February 17, 2015 at 4:00pm
It’s so sad, but these girls probably care more about looking good in a bikini than getting an actual education. Maybe they’ll wake up if they find themselves in orange jumpsuits on the beach.
 February 17, 2015 at 3:38pm
Back when I was their age, it was just fine for parents to spank their kids. Today, it’s not. Back then, kids never did such a thing. Today, it happens a lot. Do the math – kids today need to be disciplined more (and I don’t mean making them stand in the corner).
When I was a kid, if I had even thought of talking back to an adult, I wouldn't have been able to sit down for a month!
 February 17, 2015 at 12:36pm
There was a popular saying when I was a kid (1960′s) about WWIII. Basically, the saying said that we had no idea how WWIII would be fought, but WWIV would be fought with sticks and stones.
 February 16, 2015 at 7:35pm
In California, you take your chances by putting any bumper sticker on your vehicle is that not leftist. I had a “truth has no agenda” bumper sticker on my car a few years ago, and it didn’t take long for it to be ripped off. I’ll admit, though, I have been tempted to rip off a pro-Obama bumper sticker (especially if he had done something particularly stupid that day), but I haven’t crossed that line yet.
BTW, people in California who do display a message that is not in agreement with the left tend to put the sticker on the inside back window so it can’t be ripped off. Of course, they also risk their vehicles being keyed or other such damage.
 February 14, 2015 at 5:48pm
Reminds me of a bumper sticker I saw the other day. It said “there’s a sucker born every minute – and they all vote democrat.”
 February 13, 2015 at 8:55pm
There is quite the lively debate over at glennbeck.com about whether this woman was right or wrong. Personally, I stand with Glenn in that she was wrong. It seems she had no idea about the car chase so she had no idea what she was getting into, and she had no idea why the driver slammed into her. This act was stupid with a capital S – it was a good way to get herself killed or arrested. That’s no way to protect your kid, “mama bear.”
 February 13, 2015 at 1:46pm
Glenn was right this morning when he talked about this on his radio show. This woman was reckless and, frankly, stupid. No way she should be rewarded since she had no idea why the car was being driven at a high rate of speed and caused the accident. She could have easily been killed.
If I was hit in this manner, I think I would rip the other driver from the car also. I'd be so mad that the other circumstances just wouldn't matter much to me.
I understand your point, and it has merit.
However, before you judge her, a little more of her backstory might shed some light on where she was coming from. The "mama bear", Jessica Liesmann, said after the incident:
"I was just angry. I just lost my 4-year-old child on the second day of school, and to think of something else happening to one of my kids ... I just can't imagine. I'm just grateful, first of all, that he's OK, and second of all, that that guy is in jail."
Given her history with already losing one of her children during a school transport, I am surprised the perpetrator did not have his head torn off and his arms and legs separated from his body by her, quite frankly.
Maybe yes, but it sounds like you are not a parent!!! I have been a LEO for 25 years and instinctively through training know how to deal with instantaneous issues. Does this woman? NO she is a mother who went into action. Whether she did the right thing or not is not up to us to decide. If some douche put the hurt on one of my family members you had best stand by!!!
That is, the guy regroups and runs or grabs someone or refuses the police and ends up getting shot to death. Perhaps mama bear saved his life.
 February 12, 2015 at 4:01pm
I still miss the collie (picture a red-haired Lassie) my parents had when I was a kid. She died of old age when I was about 10. I will always remember my brother carrying her to the grave he dug in our back yard. It was the only time I saw my brother cry – and that includes when our parents died.
 February 12, 2015 at 3:53pm
This isn’t anything new. I had a friend in the 80′s who went to college near San Diego. She got a job at the local KMart. Her job was the clean the women’s dressing rooms. She lasted at the job only until it took her to figure out what that brown stuff in the corner was.