Hey, Monk, something screwy is happening with TheBlaze. For whatever reason, I’m unable to see the comments on on the stories unless I have my AdBlock off. Is TheBlaze actively trying to force us to turn off our ad-blockers so we have to see their ads, or something? It’s getting real annoying when my computer freezes waiting for the ads to constantly load.
I hear you Dethklok91,
I appears that Glenn Beck has lost all control of The Blaze and some idiot progressives are trying to make our experience here a nightmare.
Send e-mail complaints to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be nice but firm. TIA
Same here...happened yesterday afternoon and been that way ever since. I HATE all these damned ads.
 May 20, 2015 at 12:26am
I didn’t say “Liberal”, binky; I said “Progressive”. Big difference. A “Liberal”, or at least in the classical sense, is someone who believes in other people’s freedoms. A “Progressive” doesn’t. You’ve shown nothing but disdain for other people’s religious freedom, and would want nothing more than to have them removed, something un-Liberal by definition. So yes, binky, I think you’re a Progressive.
May 19, 2015 at 11:20pm
I don’t get it, either. When I get my money out to pay for something or as a withdrawal, I only look at the numbers “1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100″. I don’t turn it around just so I can see “In God We Trust” on the back of it.
May 19, 2015 at 11:09pm
 May 19, 2015 at 11:08pm
Showing your Progressive side again, eh, binky? It always makes me laugh when you try to act like you’re even the slightest bit Conservative or Libertarian, because all it takes is one of these stories for you to show your true colors.
Why do you even bother?
 May 19, 2015 at 11:05pm
You and I both know that’s a lie. The moment you guys see anything that appears to even be remotely religious, like a couple steel beams forming into a cross, you’ll cry to big daddy Government to have it removed.
 May 19, 2015 at 10:57pm
The “Establishment Clause” only refers to Congress trying to establish a State religion, binky. The statement “In God We Trust” doesn’t establish one. Besides, the “Establishment Clause” isn’t even in the Constitution, so having the phrase on a dollar bill or coin wouldn’t break any laws.
[-1] May 19, 2015 at 10:45pm
Doesn’t establish a State religion though, so the title doesn’t violate anything. So, no, people who like “In God We Trust” still like the Constitution. If anything, it’s the opposite that’s true. Or at least, for militant Atheists like this guy.
I personally could care less. When I look at my money, the only thing I care about is the monetary value.
 May 17, 2015 at 2:00pm
She runs away just for simply making a “war cry”? That’s just… wow.
I guess it’s a good thing she didn’t cry out “oh, lawdy!” as she was running away, or she would’ve screwed herself over with African-American Caucus as well.
I sure as hell hope so considering I actually understand how this whole 'science' thing works.
You mean by calling people "conspiracy theorists"? Yeah, that be some real "science" right thar.
Anyway, you hope you're still PRETENDING to believe in science? Sounds like you still hope you're living a lie.
It's the height of arrogance and naivety to think that several centuries of heavy industry by billions of people would somehow have zero effect on the planet.
I'm sorry if the truth bothers you, but what do you call it when people are promoting the idea that dozens upon dozens of scientists are all collectively working together to mislead and dupe people?
You be sure and demonstrate how anything I say or beleive doesn't go along with science because that should be hilarious.
@ RipeFor Ridicule It's the height of idiocy to claim there have been "several centuries" of heavy industry all over the planet. Try two centuries in the (North) Western Hemisphere (I'm being generous) and much less anywhere else. Spouting bunk like this is why nobody buys into the rest of your bunk.
 April 22, 2015 at 12:22am
Are we talking “natural” Climate Change or “anthropogenic” Climate Change? Because there’s a pretty big difference. I believe in the formal; the latter, however, I find ridiculous.
 April 22, 2015 at 12:15am
Bill Nye beat Ken? We must’ve watched two different events, because it didn’t really look like Nye won the debate. Guess I didn’t realize making analogies; admitting to being ignorant of what might’ve preceded the so-called “Big Bang”, as well as admitting to being wrong on the “tectonic plates” subject constituted as a “complete bitch-slapping”. Huh.
Though that’s not to say Ham won it, either. The problem I had with Ken, was that he kept asserting the Bible as though it were a proven fact, rather than a belief. He should’ve just said, “Well Mr. Nye, as a Christian, I believe that God created the Universe; not by what would be, for all intents and purposes, an accident”. Saying “the Bible says”, or “it’s in the Bible” isn’t really going to convince skeptics that God/a God created the Universe. They need proven facts.