Hopefully they get called on it, on the spot, more often. Racism is ugly and wrong no matter who is slinging that handful of mud.
April 11, 2014 at 10:22am
These politicians just say whatever crosses their mind these days. Facts or truth are entirely coincidental to public statements. Accidental, sometimes, it seems.
August 30, 2012 at 5:00pm
I’m as much for the defense of our nation as the next guy. The ability to meet and defeat any attack against the United States or it’s people should be absolute and without question. However, we’re 16 trillion in debt with 25 trillion within a decade or so by Uncle’s own written budget projections. It’s not either/or but a sense of balance I feel we totally lack in evaluating threats. The economic one is certain, coming and will lay us flat. The military one is theory and distant at best. Priorities..we need them now.
August 30, 2012 at 4:51pm
I seem to recall something written in a rather well known book nearly two thousand years ago that predicted such a turn of events. The story ended pretty well for Israel, as I recall it. I can’t help but think reading the classics isn’t necessarily a part of what some Professors spend any serious time doing.
Is the Israel of today the same as the Israel of yesterday? From your conclusion you think the answer is yes, however you are more than likely in great error. The ends do not justify the means, that is the working of SATAN. The entire Zionist doctrine is that of evil. Research the creators of The League of Nations, Communism, Marxism, Socialism, Zionism, The United Nations, it is all the same people with all the same goals.
August 30, 2012 at 4:47pm
I have to observe here that pennies to an individual becomes very big money to the corporation perpetrating it upon the public. Sheer scale and numbers do all the work to turn a few cents into enough to really choke on for the larger effect. This would be called something far more inline with criminal prosecution if, say, hackers set up a system to skim a few pennies per transaction then collected the proceeds. Funny how it’s a rounding error when others do it to us?
Exactly. Let's do a little math. If you have a store and have enough customers/volume to skim $10 a day that's $300 a month. If you can skim $100 a day that's $3000 a month. If you're a franchise with multiple, high volume stores like this one....
Y'all know the saying 'pennies make dollars'. In this case I think we can safely say 'pennies make tens of thousands of dollars'.
With the randomness of "rounding" it looks like the will lose about the same that they overcharge.
The photo of the receipt shown shows a -0.01, a loss of one cent to the business and a gain of one cent to the customer.
Still looks like a prelude to the demise of the Penny.
The Government has been talking about this for many years.
August 30, 2012 at 4:44pm
I honestly wonder how many of the millions of “legitimate” rape victims found this to be anything but offensive. I’m male. I’ve only spoken with a number of women in my life who have endured this without satire being the tag line description and even I find it patently offensive. It’s about as appropriate as the use of the Twin Towers in Satire or a Political ads. Some subjects just don’t lend themselves to that sort of messaging, in my humble opinion.
so it's the satire that offensive and not the real life comment that sparked it? PARTISAN HACKS!
August 30, 2012 at 3:31am
Well, now we know what the quakes in California are all about. It’s Former President Reagan rolling in his place of eternal rest at such an outrage. That’s a beautiful place he has there at the Library too. What a despicable thing to say. It’s certainly the most extreme example of the creative re-writing of history that I’ve ever seen and that is saying something in recent years!
August 30, 2012 at 3:19am
I’d seen a Fox reporter similarly coming close to being blown right off his feet while ending reports as quickly as possible to get out of harms way. The Anchor in the studio making the observation that it just had to be that way so viewers knew what was happening. (sigh) How long before tragedy strikes in the form of flying debris? Will it really take one of these people being killed through such a foreseeable event to stop putting them out into conditions even the authorities won’t brave without life/death needs existing?
August 23, 2012 at 1:25am
General Patton must be rolling in his grave at this. What a terrible use of a classic symbol. The money just adds insult to injury in my personal opinion.
July 17, 2012 at 3:40pm
I’m real appreciative toward the New Black Panther Party. I could never convince people just how deeply racist and hateful these people truly are if they didn’t make the case in their own words. Folks just wouldn’t believe it to hear it said 3rd party. For that, it’s a big thank you. People need to know just what is looking to attack and disrupt society, IMO.
July 17, 2012 at 3:22pm
I wonder what state she is in for this video and what that state’s laws are like for the specific elements of solicitation or pandering. I’m not in that life, forgive me for confusing the two. if she meets the elements for technical terms though, I just watched a crime committed. Lets see some law enforced, if applicable. If not, I’ll just be avoiding anything she’s in for even a casual role. Such a shame. So many Hollywood types going from good entertainers to very offensive political boosters.
July 13, 2012 at 4:08pm
The Good Lord is up there somewhere. However we each see that term for meaning. I believe He sees all this and He’s weeping uncontrollably right now. When He gets done, I imagine He’ll be along with a few comments to share with the masses.
 July 11, 2012 at 6:27pm
As others are noting, I’m also from Missouri. I hadn’t heard of this individual. Now that I know (Thanks Blaze), I will help insure his stops in Southwest Missouri have an appropriate protest element to remind him that not everyone is a supporter. His Bio lists military experience in the war zones for the US Army too. Odd.
June 20, 2012 at 6:34am
Once in a great while a case comes along that is so vile and reprehensible, it screams for the Death Penalty. This is just such a case, in my view. Under the self defense laws of many states today, such an outcome would have been legally justified by 3rd party citizens witnessing this near-fatal beating. It’s a shame this was New York City and not Kansas City, for example. The outcome may have saved the Taxpayers untold money in trials and confinement, IMO.
June 19, 2012 at 1:41pm
We really have to sit back and wonder about something. When Democracy and voting works in the favor of some people, it’s the best thing since sliced bread and peanut butter with a challenge implied to all who would dare question the outcome of freedom in action. When it doesn’t go their way and they are reminded this nation is about evenly split with ideology, the system is rigged and it’s all too corrupt. Odd how that works, isn’t it?
June 19, 2012 at 1:35pm
I imagine a lack of talent is sure a fitting description. So would high level felony type criminal action. It would be tacky and downright rude at a High School art show. It’s destroying or attempting to destroy millions of dollars worth of private property here. I hope we hear about him drawing a fitting prison sentence to the degree of damage and monetary losses he’s caused.
June 11, 2012 at 5:43am
Occupy had a possible course to follow which might have led to success and change as Americans following a protest movement. They still had that option, in my opinion, going into the Winter break. They have chosen poorly and have decided to go the way of following the desires and greatest dreams of those who seek nothing positive for our nation. It’s a pity as I once stood tall and proud with Occupy here in Missouri. Now? I feel very awkward even mentioning it for how much the movement has gone the wrong direction since October. Such a waste of efforts and youthful energy.
If you don't mind my asking most respectfully, when you were supporting OWS, what were your goals? Maybe it's simply me, but it seemed like the OWS movement was all about protesting rather than changing. If there was more to the narrative than that, I'd really be interested in hearing about it.
June 5, 2012 at 10:24pm
Well, no one can say America is without it’s very own versions of Baghdad Bob. Bill Press ranks high among those which come to mind.
June 5, 2012 at 10:17pm
Just a general thought on this, but I really am coming to feel some pretty strong penalties are necessary with the hacking into personal and private places, against individuals. Politicians or not, the personal Email boxes are no more our business than the most intimate details of their family lives. The free violation of everything and everyone in sight by the hacking is really getting out of hand, IMO.
It’s beginning to feel a lot like East Germany around here lately. Anyone else recall the jars the Stasi kept with shreds of clothing or other items on a large % of the population? It was for the dogs to use for scent if the people became runners. The jars are hard drives and the clothing is data, but I don’t see where too much else is really different. I’m sure the good folk of the GDR were not outright told the ultimate purpose it was all kept for, either.