Deanna, I stopped giving any of my money to the Blaze a couple of months ago. This place has turned into an underground bunker of nut jobs. Sorry Glen, you allowed this to happen to your project and show…I cancelled and no a bunch of other cops that cancelled too.
Just keep believing that, these people of whom you speak are very religious also, right!
 August 22, 2014 at 12:35am
Where do you get this nonsense?
1. How do you know?
2. Really? How do you know there’s no officer incident report?
3. Sunshine laws…public demanded a name. Be careful what you ask for.
4. 6 shots fired…this was made available days ago.
I could go on and on and on….Hearsay??? Really? There isn’t a third party testifying on Officer Wilson’s behalf and telling what they think is his version of events. He will be testifying in person…that’s not hearsay.
Everything you question is STANDARD police practice. Go look at a non controversial police shooting and ask yourself these same questions and see how you answer them. None of the stuff you are questioning come out for sometimes weeks!!! In this case, public pressure caused much more information to be released then what we would generally get in a police shooting.
He's also saying that the Whites will automatically vote to NOT indict - and that the Blacks automatically WILL vote to indict.
August 16, 2014 at 9:53pm
Maybe it hasn’t been mismanaged. When a large group wants to get together and riot and loot, damage will be done and sometimes there’s just nothing the police can do about it. They can do “damage control” to minimize, and imo, the St. Louis combined force did just that. But the media went ape **** over the “militarization” of the police thing and now you have ticket pushers trying to squelch a powder keg.
I am not siding with Al Jazeera, I was only interested in the truth. There are conflicting articles over this incident and as a matter of constitutional integrity, the American people deserve to know if law enforcement deliberately violated these individual's first amendment rights.
I side with Law Enforcement when circumstances permit it. I also side with the esteemed Al Jazeera which I've found to be a refreshingly honest news source. If ever I leave Amerika, my destination will be either Mother Russia or the peaceful Shia Nation of Iran.
Actually, Qatar is the nation funding Al Jazeera, not Iran. Qatar is an Arabic, mostly Sunni nation, while Iran is a Persian, mostly Shi'ite nation. The more you know.
udflyer -- you don't get it, do you?
It's not about siding with al'Jazeera over the cops. It's about siding with what is right over what is wrong. It's about siding with the Constitution. Liberty and the Bill of Rights do not go out the window simply because you do not like someone. You cannot claim to be a supporter of liberty and the Constitution and be okay with someone's rights being trampled because you find that person distasteful.
You tell us to go to Iran, when what you are advocating -- the removal of someone's rights simply because you do not like them -- would be much more at home there.
 August 13, 2014 at 5:29pm
And just for the record also, the police don’t have fully automatic rifles either. For the most part, other then magazine capacity, police weapons are no different then Joe Blow can go by at Bill Goodman’s.
 August 13, 2014 at 4:06pm
Why are they forcing people to go home??? Because they HAVE too!! Guess what will happen if Junior decides to run around on those streets and he gets shot or even just beat the tar out of him? Junior’s parents go and find an ambulance chasing attorney who sues the Ferguson PD for NOT making Junior get off the streets. See how this works for the police in this country?
You want to blame the police for this mess and their militarization. Stop and consider the thousands of legal court cases that have caused this first.
 August 13, 2014 at 4:02pm
You watched you tube cell phone videos? I bet that’s just like being there!!!!
 August 12, 2014 at 7:55pm
They declared that because news choppers were being shot at by the rioters. But hey AJAY…don’t let a good crisis go to waste right?
 July 15, 2014 at 1:07pm
Yup….this guy irks me to no end. Nothing like his father Charles Stanley who I greatly respect. All about money and making everyone feel comfortable in the pew. Can’t say anything that might drive away some people who don’t want to hear about sin…God forbid. “I’m alright, you’re alright”. “You too can be happy”.
I disagree... feeble attempt..let time tell..he is being specific..not generalizing...when I hear "Bible" I am one who realizes how much work I must perform just to understand all or most of the entire Bible...put this in your pipe and smoke it
Do you know what really happened in The Garden? Do you understand That Jesus said there are relatives, samr blood line relatives of lucifer in our world even today, do you realize who The twelve tribes of Israel are called today? I can go on and on...honest Biblical illiterates answer no to any of these questions..and they realize more and more study is required..dishonest biblical illiterates..well nothing really matters to them anyway except for a false image they try to project...this young stanley sees this..and when you quote James....faith without corresponding action is death...listeners are tuned in..not frightened by the entireity of the whole Bible...thunbs up young man...you got the balls this country needs right now.
@CruzCarson2016 Uh Oh I just left you a couple of scriptures. Liked what you said about raising your children. The payoff is fantabulous. As my kids put it: "Apple. Tree."
 May 8, 2014 at 9:04am
Christ said we would be persecuted for His name. Didn’t think it would ever happen here in America. The liberal left is looking to banish Christianity from this country.
HGTV has been promoting the "gay" lifestyle for a decade or more. It's really a shame that a home type channel can attack Christians and people that think playing with waste products is good with impunity, but Christians better shut up. Those clowns should KNOW the evil that lurks in the bowels of man. STINKS !!!!
Concur. I think these two men of God will land firmly on their feet.
Oh for god's sake. This didn't happen because they are religious people. It happened because they PUBLICLY express their opinions in a way that condemns fellow Americans. HGTV is a business and it would be very unwise for any business trying to appeal to a large and diverse viewership to have shows with hosts with such publicly narrow points of view.
Sosorryformurderingbabies demands the right to exterminate unwanted little ones. The fact that today's women claim to be the smartest peeps on the planet, they can't seem to figure out how to use the myriad of contraception choices available today. Maybe they can't read the instructions or they are written in an indecipherable language but today's women seem to be the stupidest dolts ever .
"The liberal left is looking to banish Christianity from this country."
You're quite correct. Has anyone wondered why a group that represents only about 1.5% of the population wields such power?
To my mind, and also to yours apparently, Udflyer, it's because the hard left needs to reduce the power of the family in order to acheive its objectives. Because Christianity is the glue that binds extended families, and provides them with a moral compass, it must first be deminished - if not destroyed.
To this end, socialists have allied with gay activists, "pro-choice" groups, Islamists, and others to attack decent Christian families and individuals at every opportunity. Their chosen battlefields are; Christian symbols and messages in public view, any positive reference to Christianty in schools, unconstitutional attacks on free speech as it pertains to promotion of Christian morality, the promotion of "alternative" lifestyles as normal (especially to the young and impressionable), and the appalling persecution of any individual who supports, or has at some time supported, decency and personal moral responsibilty.
The docrines of self-reliance, self defence, personal responsibility, freedom, and charity are an anathema to socialists.
Is there a war on Christianity? Absolutely there is.
For those that would bring "change" to your great nation, it is a political imperitive...
" ........ and the gates of Hell will not prevail against it." Jesus Christ
The Lord never said that they (gates of hell) would never try.
Oh I see how this works Suchasorrytroll..so if you're a private citizen expressing your views on a social issue and those views don't comply with the progressive agenda on said issue then your views may dug up by militant lefty watchdog groups, handed over to your employer, enterprise or the media and then demands put forward that your job be taken from you.
You realise the nazis did this to your kind don't you? They had informants among the people watching for jews and homosexuals and party dissenters. When any suspected jew or homosexual or dissenter was found they'd be reported to the party which then took measures to remove these people from their homes and jobs and dealth with them as they saw fit. This was justified as necessary to the well being and benefit of the people. It was portrayed and noble and warranted.
Explain to me why you believe what you're endorsing here is any different.
These creeps are part of a group that protests at mosques and harasses Muslims. They don't get to play the religious discrimination card. You can't fight to deny other people the basic right of religious freedom one day, and then start whining when you lose the privilege of Having your own show on a privately owned cable network the next.
February 6, 2014 at 10:26pm
I certainly don’t think the question is pointless…it’s an age old question, but the argument is pointless. Both sides come to the table with presuppositions and worldviews already FIRMLY in place so neither side will change the others mind. Both are operating with a starting point of Faith. This guy in the article even admits himself….”he just doesn’t know”…”science is working towards finding the answer”. Well, what if it doesn’t? That’s faith.
February 5, 2014 at 12:54am
The difference is the Christian view doesn’t deny the faith aspect involved. The evolutionist will ALWAYS deny faith in their theory because then they tread into religious waters, which they never want to do. But the fact is, they have a presupposition just like the creationist does. The other fact is, the evolutionist cannot scientifically recreate in a lab the origin of the universe…can’t be done and they know it.
So you don't understand the Second Law of Thermodynamics. Okay.
The Second Law of Thermodynamics is applicable to a closed system. That big ball of fire you see in the sky each day? Yeah, it sort of provides something to our planet thus making it a non-closed system.
October 14, 2013 at 8:45pm
I’m assuming the mother gave permission for her daughter’s pic to be posted and the other family didn’t???? Simple as that….
If the guy was 18, no permission would be needed. No, I think the girl's family is driving the story and that is why the photos exist. A rape victim that has their pic posted as such is victimized again. Way to go Blaze!
October 14, 2013 at 8:43pm
I think you are taking an extreme position in reaction to an extreme position. Actions have consequences. No, it’s not right if she were raped (I have questions about that myself). Eventually, given enough occurrences of going out and drinking at age 14, this will happen. Not saying it’s right, but it will happen. Just like drinking and driving has consequences…sometimes. A ton of people get away with it, some don’t. The problem is, in RAPE cases, the question HAS to be asked, was she asking for it? In this case, I have no clue. Take the Kobe case….did he rape her??? I think we all know he didn’t….she claimed it though.
Well dang...lets get the boys together with a group of his friends, dress her in a burqua and stone her to death for dishonoring her family. The point is, everyone is saying 'she shouldn't have done this and she shouldn't have done that'. How about these boys be held accountable for something? Anything? Moral responsibility? Why didn't the parents teach these boys to be gentlemen if they encounter a girl too drunk to know what was going on? How about taking the girls home instead? How about that?
You said: "The problem is, in RAPE cases, the question HAS to be asked, was she asking for it?" As a woman who was raped...no, no matter what a women is drinking is wearing or where she placed herself...no she wasn't asking for it. Rape is rape is rape is rape. Period. And no, I don't know that he didn't rape her. I do not personally have the case file in hand. If she said he did he probably did. It's not something someone wants to admit to. I only do it to help other women. Those women who speak about it to me believe they were raped. It's real to them and that's all that matters to me.
October 14, 2013 at 8:26pm
Ugh…so sorry for that. My two daughters are almost 12…scarred to death of the decisions they’ll make putting them in these compromising situations.
October 14, 2013 at 8:24pm
Awful for your nephew but again, this is the fire people play with now days in an open sex environment. You know what one reason, not the main reason is why I’ve never cheated on my wife??? Being accused the next morning of rape!! Who in their right mind would meet someone and instantly sleep with them??? But it goes on ALL the time out here. Playing with fire.
October 14, 2013 at 8:17pm
I agree. One sided story at this point. But the lesson is: young teenage girls, find your security in your parents, siblings and friends. Young men, keep your load in your pants and you don’t have to worry about being labeled a predator or actually committing a stupid crime.