Actually, we fully believe in science when there is actual scientific evidence and not just conjecture. Let’s take evolution for example. There is still NO evidence of one type of animal changing into another type of animal. Does life adapt to it’s environment, absolutely, does one species “evolve” into another, there is still no proof of that. The only thing that seems to evolve is ….well, science itself. a perfect example of this is the “Big Bang” theory. That has been the accepted “science” of how the universe was formed, for decades. It has been taught to countless children in school and yet, very recently, scientist are now saying that there was no “big bang.” Now they say that the universe is “eternal.” They have known for a very long time that the “big bang” theory violated basic principles of physics and they pushed it down our throats and told us to accept it as fact. Also, and this is going to astound you I am sure, the actual “Big Bang” theory was first proposed in 1927 by Monsignor Georges Lemaître, a high ranking Catholic Priest! That’s right! The bible loving Christians whom you seem to believe do not believe in science were the ones who came up with the “Big Bang.” You should read about his work and tell me again how Christians don’t believe in science. Maybe, YOU should stop believing everything that you are spoon fed by the Main Stream Media! Just a though.
 April 13, 2015 at 1:25pm
If you want to know why no one in that that entire church had the hart to take that child in, all you have to do is go to the Churches website and look at who they are affiliated with (http://stmarkch.org/ChAf.html). Groups like the “South Florida Progressive Baptist Association” and the “State of Florida Progressive M & E Convention.” Go to any of their pages and you will see that when they say “Progressive” they actually do mean what you think they do. So, I get the feeling that if he had thrown himself on the mercy of a less “Progressive” “Church,” he may have left that day with a family who was ready to take him in. Just another example of the compassionate left telling us to do what they SAY and NOT WHAT THEY DO!
 April 11, 2015 at 8:18am
That “kid” was a straight up wanna be thug and a punk who got exactly what he deserved. The officer asked him tom comply multiple times and he refused specifically because he knew he had drugs on him and was busted. I guess when officers chat a criminal red handed they just have to leave him alone if he decides that he will not comply with the officers? This is what happens when our youth embrace the thug culture.
i agree. The police are not baby sitters making suggestions. My heart goes out the police officers who have to deal with this type of bull shiggiddy. The the punk in the back seat I have no sympathy for.
April 11, 2015 at 8:14am
I agree 100% (FYI, I was with 5th Group, you?)
 April 11, 2015 at 7:52am
I’d to take a moment and point out a glaring error and general misconception that exists in this article and in the public. THIS IS NOT A DRONE! “Drones” are UNMANNED. This clearly is a remote controlled helicopter. RC enthusiast have been flying RC since the late 19th century starting with hydrogen-filled model airships flown by spark-emitted radio signal. This hysteria over “drones” is ALL MEDIA DRIVEN! It’s time we call the media out on the sensationalism of their “drone” stories.
He is flying a DJI Inspire 1 and it would be classified as a drone, it will fly on its own or remotely.
It uses GPS and Glonass, a very accurate compass, sight system, and a ton of other sensors.
You could literately send it off then go in the house and come out a half hour latter and it will be sitting in about the same spot it took off from. Once it gets out of receiver range or the battery gets low it will come home on it own and land from where it first took off from.
My argument since I first started hearing "Drone" to refer to RC aircraft. the term "Drone" sounds much more evil and subversive than RC airplane, or quadcopter, or helicopter. It's the fear word of the day.
The military uses drones to kill people, so therefore a kid with a 20 dollar toy is also dangerous, much less older people with thousand dollar flying cameras.
 March 19, 2015 at 3:39pm
OH and what a shock, the comments on the video have been disabled on youtube. Damn cowards don’t want to face the truth. Let’s do a similar video but each gun will tell a story of how it saved a life, stopped a rap, stopped a robbery or even fed a family. There would not be enough room in the whole store to house that many guns!
 January 28, 2015 at 12:33pm
First let me say, Greta should NEVER, EVER, wear a turtle neck again! Okay, having said that, it’s nice to see someone in the President’s party who not only gets it but who is also not afraid to say it. She is going to be getting an ear full from the Administration, of that I am sure.
 October 8, 2014 at 9:24am
oldgeek. Are you out of your damn mind? The cops did everything wrong. First off, the passenger is not responsible for having on his seatbelt, the driver is and the driver is the one who would be ticketed. Second, because the passenger is not responsible, the passenger does not have to provide ID. This is Nazi Germany where you have to produce your papers when asked. This is the United States of America and we have protections guaranteed us, by the 4th amendment of the constitution, against illegal searches. those cops are the real criminals in this video. If you can’t see that, then you are part of the problem. The minute you give the cops permission to search you, you have just forfeited your 4th amendment rights. I would have done the same thing as the passenger in this case. You must stand up for your rights or you will lose them.
 September 24, 2014 at 7:58pm
Sorry Happy but you are dead wrong. The guy did not suspect the officer of any crime, saw the crime being carried out right in front of his face. The officer has NO RIGHT and NO AUTHORITY to ask for your identification, unless you are being detained on suspicion of committing a crime. The 4th amendment is VERY clear on this. You should not be so willing to give up your right to privacy my friend. It starts with a little nudge and then slowly, all of rights are eroded to the point that this country will be unrecognizable from its founding. I leave you with this thought:
Being born free is an accident
Living free is a struggle
Dying free is an OBLIGATION!
don’t falter on your obligation my friend
 September 24, 2014 at 7:48pm
So, what you are saying is that, in order for that guy to have the rights to the services of the police, which he pays for with his tax dollars, he has to give up his constitutional rights? Wow! Folks like you, and your warped thinking, are a big part of the problem in this country.
[-1] May 22, 2014 at 11:17am
How sad is it that I totally understand you name?
February 4, 2014 at 4:55pm
No sir, we just don’t like when the gestapo tells us to show them our papers. Gun registration is the first move towards gun confiscation. I know, I know, you’re gonna tell me what a conservative conspiracy theorist I am. Well, there are millions of people still alive today who have lived through it. Don’t kid yourself into thinking that it can’t happen here. Besides, I thought that we were supposed to be a “free” society. It seems that government continues to put more and more restrictions and requirements on that “freedom.” In your mind, you think it’s in order to prevent gun violence, please tell me you are not that stupid (although liberal is your middle name…) How exactly does making, presumably, law abiding citizens, jump through hoops, in order to be able to defend themselves, going to stop gun violence? You have apparently learned nothing from history and isn’t that, after all, the real problem with liberals today?
November 10, 2013 at 10:18am
The more you talk, the more ignorant you sound. You clearly do not understand the difference between conservative, Republicans and little r republicans. Until you do, you might want to consider keeping your thoughts to yourself as not to expose your ignorance further. Additionally, what does it say about a community that votes based solely on someone’s color? As far as I can tell, his message was consistence with his stance on issues, he just used black actors to state his message. Seems like a pretty racist community, against white people.
What is really sad however, is that he will probably do a lot of good for that community but when it comes time to re-elect him, they will not see the good he did, only the color of his skin and they will vote in some liberal democrat who will take them back off the path to prosperity and put them back on the welfare plantation.
October 17, 2013 at 3:54pm
Here’s a crazy thought. How about the school mind it’s own damn business? This was NOT a school matter as it DID NOT HAPPEN during school hrs or on school property! It’s just another example of the over reach of Government in our every day lives! What right does the school have to dictate the actions of it’s students in their private lives outside of school? The answer is, ONLY THE POWER WE ALLOW THEM TO HAVE! It’s time to stop the madness!!
May 11, 2013 at 8:24am
Wow man, you are so right, I mean except for the fact that, the U.N. stalled us long enough that Saddam was able to ship TONS of chemical weapons into Syria or and those weapons, we now know, are being used against the Syrian people. Also, the United States military did find WMDs, with enough sarin gas to kill hundreds of thousands of people. But I guess hundreds of thousands may not be Mass enough to meet your definition of a Weapon of MASS Destruction.
August 24, 2012 at 11:19am
Hi Woody, while I get you point, how exactly is a plastic bag on a front porch labeled with the words “LOADED GUN” written on it actually safer than an unlocked car? Just curious. I mean, if the person really wanted to make things safer, wouldn’t that person be better off just knocking on the guys door and saying, hey I think you left your gun in your unlocked car and that is probably not safe. I mean, the guy seemed pretty reasonable in the video.
March 28, 2012 at 4:55pm
I saw let him, that place needs a fresh start. Maybe it will burn out all the liberal rats that live there.
keep the liberals in detroit I don't need anymore where I live.
March 28, 2012 at 4:32pm
@veryseniorcitizen But if we are talking about healthcare coverage then it would make since that women are charged more because, and please don’t hate me because I am just trying to be honest, women do tend to have MORE health problems than men. So, just like car insurance, if you have a person who’s had a few accidents, they will pay more than the person who is accident free. So, if that is a problem then how about, instead of buying healthcare at all, just take that same money and put it into a medical savings account?
What on earth did women do about healthcare back in the pioneer days? Seems as though it all went fine.
March 25, 2012 at 11:56am
Some people only see life through the prism of their race and everything that happens to them or around them or that they read about or hear about, is always informed by that prism. Sad.
March 17, 2012 at 1:34pm
Hmmm, let me think, what is the difference between spending on defense and spending on food stamps. Hmmm, let me think, let me think oh yeah, could it be that defense is actually the JOB of the freakin’ govenment and FOOD STAMPS ARE NOT? People, it says “Provide for the commond defense” and “PROMOTE the general warefare.” Dang she’s an idot.
Can you imagine how big the dependent welfare state would grow if it did become ten times bigger? Somehow the Dems have convinced themselves that if they provide the first two or three rungs up the ladder that it will be easier for a person to reach the third of fourth rung. It usually doesn't work that way, especially when the narrative that is sold along with the aid is that they deserve it or that they were unlucky or that others who won't give them free things are just greedy or racist or (fill in the blank). The war on poverty was pretty much meant to be a one time effort to break the cycle of poverty. We learned the hard way that it doesn't work that way. Instead, dependency has continued to grow to the point that we have almost reached the turning point with more people dependent on a central command and control government that would love to run every penny through the inefficient and corrupt Washington sewer if it could. America's greatness was always found in it's people. Just as a piece of plywood with grains running in thousands of different directions is far stronger than a board with grain running in only one direction, so too is this nation greatly strengthened by free people and free markets putting tens of thousands of ideas to work competing in so many different ways. We do not need arrogant fools like Maher, who's broad stereotypes about America remind me of the old racists from the 60s, to control or 'help' us. Thanks, but no thanks.