It sounds like the students of the Open Campus Coalition have a lot more on the ball than the high-paid wonks running the university.
 November 19, 2015 at 11:07pm
He is absolutely right if you view the situation from the viewpoint of the unborn baby, which I believe is the valid viewpoint. The circumstances in which the baby was conceived has no bearing on its right to be born and live a productive life. To justify the abortion you must disregard the rights of the unborn and adopt solely the viewpoint of the woman victimized by the rape. As he pointed out, that just muddies the waters in the debate.
This was a shameful performance on the world stage for Obama. I can’t imagine the frustration being experienced right now by heads of the NATO states as they watch the CinC of the most powerful military in NATO deny there is a problem. This is a sad time for the world. We can’t survive one more year of this vacuum of leadership.
 November 14, 2015 at 9:22pm
Reality comes to Mizzou. “You mean to say that we Mizzou protestors are not the center of the universe?!” What a shock. I’m surprised you spoiled brats got 12 hours of press coverage. Tell me something. On the application to the University of Missouri, was there a box to check that said “I am special and deserve an easy path to prosperity”?
 November 14, 2015 at 3:03pm
Is it not true that CAIR and ISIS are both proponents of Shariah Law? CAIR, if you are not part of the solution, then you are part of the problem.
 November 10, 2015 at 8:55pm
Y’all just need to lighten up a bit.
November 9, 2015 at 8:48pm
So, first of all, idiots are everywhere, and represented in any demographic you want to name. Yes, even MENSA. So it shouldn’t surprise us that a few Christians might see a red Starbucks and conclude that the company is dumping on Christmas. It is of course totally stupid. This company can make their cups how ever they like. Are these nuts going after any other retailer for the way they choose to package their stuff? This is not a war on Christmas, you knuckleheads. It is a fine example of picking a fight for no good reason. In the words of Oddball in the movie Kelly’s Heroes, “Why must you hit me with those negative waves. Why can’t you just dig how righteous this day is?”
November 7, 2015 at 7:57pm
Mr. Secretary, could you please explain this to the guy who lives in the big white house? Everyone seems to realize that the Cold War is back except for him.
berry is too busy trying to take gun from "WE THE PEOPLE"
OH I FORGOT HE SAID HE WAS NOT GOING TO DO THAT
just a bunch of fear mongers talking out their butts
 November 7, 2015 at 4:36pm
It is to be expected that in any large group of young people, who are at a time in their lives when their enthusiasm far exceeds their common sense, there will be a few who are determined to demonstrate that disparity.
 November 6, 2015 at 11:02pm
You don’t get scholarships to service academies. You get appointments after being nominated by a member of Congress, the VP, or President. So I don’t think anyone in this story knows what they are talking about in this story. Referring to it as a scholarship reveals their ignorance. The first day you arrive at West Point, you raise your hand in the air and repeat your oath office, and are on active duty, drawing a salary while a cadet. You pay no tuition, the government pays you a modest salary, and you get a four-year degree and a job for five years. If you want to call that a full scholarship, then okay. But it isn’t.
To him it probably seemed like a scholarship. He was 17 and it would require no money from him. BFD!
Instead of paragraphs in the book explaining the full process, he or the editor chose the word recognized by the civilian populace. The purpose of the book was to tell his life story, not explain the West Point application process. Military does it all the time so people understand. Its not deception. Its clear and simple communication. This is so much about attempted distortion and slander vice Mr. Carson purposely misrepresenting something. Oh, before you attempt to discredit me. I attended West Point and served over 27 years in the Army. I was recruited and had many discussions with military representatives just like Mr. Carson. So, I do know what I am talking about. I applaud Mr. Carson for calling these "reporters" out on their agenda vice true reporting.
Carson never does his homework.
He went to Israel and indirectly INSULTED everyone
with his lack of knowledge about their government, its branches
and how they all work - or don't work, together.
He made Palin look, informed.
 November 5, 2015 at 11:56pm
This guy needs to climb back under his rock. I’m tired of seeing his homely mug on the news.
Why is the media trying to convince us that we should care what this clown thinks about anything? Slow news day? There must be many more important things happening in the world that are being ignored.
 October 31, 2015 at 11:07am
Them chumps what keep interrupting other folks’ business ain’t got no proper upbringing, and that’s a fact. If they did, then they would organize their own events instead of hijacking other folks’ events. Your mommas didn’t teach you to be that rude – I know that.
So now that Russian military forces are in Syria, what happens when a Russian air strike “accidentally” kills our special forces personnel?
 October 29, 2015 at 10:23pm
Never heard of or watched this Harwood guy. Seems like a dim bulb.
 October 28, 2015 at 10:41pm
I don’t know about a winner, but the clear losers were the ones writing and asking the questions. CNBC should dig a hole and climb into it after this debacle. I was proud of the way the candidates uniformly threw their idiotic questions back at them and did not rise to the baiting that was non-stop trying to get them to bash each others. Good show, GOP. CNBC is a bunch of total rubes.
 October 27, 2015 at 12:20am
Looks like they broke out the “Holiday Ensign” flags for this publicity shot. U.S. Navy – ever a major tool of diplomacy in the world – even with this impotent administration.
 October 26, 2015 at 8:48pm
Yeah, this the guy I go to for good advice. Are you kidding me, Blaze?
 October 26, 2015 at 7:26pm
This pretzel logic coming out of the West Wing is what you can expect when you staff the whole place with guys who studied sociology and political science in school. If you had even one influential person trained in math, science, engineering or logic, he/she would be able to explain to you chuckleheads that gun control isn’t working in Chicago because there is no shortage of illegal guns available there to gang members and criminals. Stricter gun control, federal or otherwise, is not going to change that. You guys need a short course in cause and effect.