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  • April 1, 2014 at 11:12am

    I taught in a North Philly middle school in the mid 90′s for one year and at that time they had real city police officers in the schools. Much more effective and probably much more expensive.

  • March 14, 2014 at 6:04pm

    This is much like a letter I wrote many years ago to a board of directors in very, very different circumstances when I worked for a pro-life ministry. It was one of the hardest things that I have ever done but I was absolutely compelled by the Holy Spirit.

    You come in to the job excited and ready to work hard, thinking that everyone is on the same page but you begin to discover things that at first you can dismiss then they begin to pile up and when you question things, YOU are admonished and basically told to get with the [very dysfunctional] program. You try with everything in your power to do what you were hired to do as well as make positive change but eventually realize that no one gets it and for the sake of your sanity and moral compass, you have to leave. You know you are on the “winning side” but the feeling of defeat is so heavy.

    In my situation, God truly did a miracle with the organization in countless ways over the next several years and it is now thriving and doing exactly what He created it to do.

  • March 4, 2014 at 5:37pm

    Several things:

    Translation please???

    Loved that both sides were shown looking at/answering their cell phones!

    Who knew Anderson Cooper was a “Russian” soldier???

  • February 13, 2014 at 9:17pm

    Amen!!! I already responded to another poster with sense! Not happy with the other responses!

  • February 13, 2014 at 9:14pm

    AMEN rexjonas! Something is going in her brain and or body. She needs medical attention with a full work up- labs, physical, MRI, CAT as well as assessment by a Psychiatrist. I feel really bad for her and the people on here are not being nice.

  • February 13, 2014 at 1:45pm

    I very much disagree with the “hate crimes” laws for obvious reasons: they place a higher value on certain groups of Americans than others.

    When I taught in mixed-race schools I witnessed very frequently black kids making fun blacks “acting white” and making fun of white kids for “acting white.” I would get so furious but I knew that nothing would be done if I took it higher but if a white kid had mad fun of a black kid for “acting black” which I never, ever witnessed nor ever even heard about at my school, all Hell would break loose- possible violence, local and national media attention, job loss for non-minority teachers who didn’t do or did do whatever the media/”leaders”/politicians claimed.

    It’s that kind of stuff that happens all over the country and then it is so galling and then to hear the “leaders”, media and politicians want to “start the conversation,” “let everyone have a seat at the table.” They want to get things out in the open to create change, create equality yet in the microcosmic mixed-race school setting the black kids know that they won’t get in trouble regardless of what they say and the white kids know better than to say anything even the least bit disparaging to the black kids. It is all very, very sad and disturbing.

  • February 13, 2014 at 12:00am

    I’ve been in this house (I live 15 minutes away still) when I was campaigning for Rick Santorum or George W. Bush and Bob Cranmer was one of the GOP and campaign bigwigs and we gathered at his house. I did not notice anything strange at all when I was there but I do believe him. He is risking a lot just to get attention!! Also,I have to say, his house is gorgeous- wood everywhere! It is huge and old. I’m pretty sure it’s a historical landmark.

  • February 9, 2014 at 4:15pm

    Almonds~ Excellent, excellent point!!! These women are victims! I’ve heard of two stories now of women getting fired post-divorce because their ex-husband stalked them at their workplace. The other one was on The Blaze as well but it was a teacher at a Catholic school (with 3 or 4 kids) and the school said that they felt that they couldn’t protect the kids or the other employees from him. Hire a guard maybe? Now this radio station fires the victim as well. It makes no mention of children but chances are they have at least one. Who is going to support them now?
    The feminazis need to actually do some good and stand up for these victims against these horrible stalkers who just happened to be married to for a time.

  • February 6, 2014 at 1:42pm

    Ummmmm….. I live in PA too but haven’t heard of Armageddon going on in Chester County- until now. Thanks for the heads up Blaze.

  • February 4, 2014 at 6:43pm

    I really liked the Pittsburgh Penguins shirt!! GO PENS!!!!

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  • February 2, 2014 at 1:06pm

    LOL!!!!! My sister and brother-in-law were worried when my niece, who wanted a baby “brudder,” kept praying to Jesus and telling them that she knew that He would bring her a baby “brudder” even when they knew for sure it was a girl. They were worried how it would effect her spiritually and her young understanding of how God answer’s our prayers and we need to have faith. Thankfully, she was ok when her sister arrived and there was no crisis of faith!!

  • January 31, 2014 at 8:59pm

    In 1995 I was in my early 20′s and I had an abortion. I remember laying there before the twilight anesthesia perhaps was even given, when the nurse saw that I could see the screen fairly well, she turned it so I couldn’t see it. I knew that I had a life growing inside of me but was so selfish and only concerned about myself that at that late stage, and I gone through so much to get the money and other logistics, that even if I had seen the ultrasound, it probably wouldn’t have done any good.
    Fast forward: God brought pro-life Christians into my life and I wound up going to a Post-Abortion Support Group/Bible Study called “Forgiven and Set Free” at a Crisis Pregnancy Center (CPC) and re-dedicated my life to the LORD. I became very involved volunteering there and shortly many CPC’s around the country began to get ultrasound machines and we saw most woman who saw their baby choose LIFE!
    If they are waiting until they are already at the abortion clinic, signed in, undressed, on the table, you are already so numb, so traumatized and feeling so trapped and you just want it be over and get out of there and have your life go back to normal (which it never does) that I can see why 98% of women still choose to end their baby’s life.
    The women need to get the ultrasound before they are scheduled for the abortion that day so they have some time to absorb what they saw. This is one reason that CPC’s are so effective at saving so many lives of the unborn. https://ww

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  • December 31, 2013 at 5:44pm

    An apology from MHP for that remark get a BIG YAWN from me. You know the kind a dog or cat gives you from across the room: a real big and noisy, I- don’t-give-two-hoots-about-what-you-are-doing-or saying-over-there type of yawn.

    Listen up Libs, we know the routine: you say/do whatever you want may or may not apologize but we know that when you do it’s forced by corporate and not sincere. Apology not accepted by me.

  • November 29, 2013 at 4:57pm

    You are probably right!!! Others would be getting their 15 minutes of “fame” by now!!

  • November 27, 2013 at 11:23am

    THAT is considered Hate Speech by Facebook???? LOL!!!! Glad I hardly ever use mine anymore!

  • November 27, 2013 at 11:19am

    I heard one the best messages EVER by a guest preacher in either Mitchell (Milwaukee), Midway (Chicago) or O’Hare (Chicago). (I fly out in and out of all three frequently and it all blends after awhile!!) I was surprised at how good it was! I think that they know that only have such a brief time so they get to the solid food straight away leaving out the milk!

  • November 25, 2013 at 1:26pm


    NOOOOOO!!!!! Banning a religion is not the answer! I don’t agree with much of Islam at all being an Evangelical Christian but I know that giving people the right to freely practice whatever religion they are is a human right. Does that mean that anyone gets to mutilate their teenage girls, let husbands beat their wife/wives, blow up Jews or other “infidels??” No! That is why a nation (other than an Islamic country which is a theocracy) has secular laws to prevent any religion from taking away others’ human rights.

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  • November 25, 2013 at 1:17pm

    Yes, utopiabuster!!! What you said is why America is great for all religions and peoples! We can’t support what Angola is doing! I am also a Christian Constitutional Conservative.

  • November 25, 2013 at 1:13pm

    You are correct justmyopinion! I get very nervous when others discourage freedom of religion!

  • November 25, 2013 at 1:10pm

    “No one who calls themselves an American should be happy to see people forced by a government to renounce their faith or face imprisonment and persecution.”

    AMEN, Locked!! We should not be praising this in the slightest!

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