I guess I’ll be putting the brush guards on the truck now. Don’t feel like scratching the paint moving protesters or their vehicles out of the way.
 February 20, 2016 at 4:35am
The magazine isn’t for women, why do they think they have to cater to feminists politically correct nonsense? Newsflash sweetie, men don’t care about the model’s “inner beauty” or if she can count to four. This isn’t a dating magazine, and this being America, most men already have a fat girl they go home to at night. SMH.
 January 29, 2016 at 3:43am
In a word: ********…and this from a Romney supporter (who governed no differently than any Democrat).
But here’s why. 2010, 2014. Obviously you had most people (you know it’s “obvious” and “most” because you can count the seats in Congress and the Senate) vote in the “right” party that promised to fix everything that the Democrats and BHO was doing: and Boehner/McConnell turned around and stabbed everybody in the back and we’ve got Paul Ryan continuing the tradition.
We could be looking at a couple good candidates right now for the Right but not only are the Democrats trashing them, but the likes of the NRO, Weekly Standard and to some extent Fox News. The word now is that the RNC is sucking up to Trump behind the scenes because “he has no core convictions and can be manipulated” – as opposed to Cruz.
The problem isn’t with All of Us. I don’t think you’re stupid, just dishonest and intellectually lazy. The Left is the Left and they’ve been insipidly predictable since Marx (though human laziness, greed and envy are as old as mankind). You know damn good and well that if the RNC did what it said it would, we wouldn’t be in this fix that we were in. You also know that RNC told everybody to hold their nose and vote for mealy mouthed RINOs – not only RINOs but moral cowards who wouldn’t lift a finger against BHO because he was black – and heaven forbid that the Party of Lincoln be called racist by the party of the KKK. The problem isn’t “us”, the problem is the RNC/GOP.
 January 20, 2016 at 4:07am
Garbage. Mr. Denvil, you want to know who’s responsible for Trump? The RNC is responsible for Trump. Bush’s second term was garbage – not that anybody paying attention didn’t anticipate that, the RINO mating call is when somebody says “he can reach out to the other side.” See how well that works for Kasich. Then they tried to run McCain and Romney – Romney governing like Leftist (bad on guns, bad on gay INDOC in primary school, bad on immigration – with Glenn Beck’s support no less) and now we have Paul Ryan, who waited two minutes before he started screwing everybody over. You idiots all pretend to be baffled by why people support Trump, expecting the base to just pretend the serial betrayal never happened while the RNC finds more RINOs to try to ram down everybody’s throat. Maybe it just turns out that the base has had enough of the RNC’s crap. I’m not even a Trump supporter, but I sure get sick you, the WS, NRO, etc, etc, constantly insulting everybodies intelligence.
 January 3, 2016 at 8:43am
Aww. So sad! We should be supportive of people and their perversions and mental illnesses.
 January 1, 2016 at 10:42am
They only try that crap on ignorant people. The Muslims can make up the prayer when they’re able. They don’t stop combat operations to pray, they don’t stop work to pray in the Middle East (like at the airport). Its BS. Good for the employer.
 December 31, 2015 at 1:58am
Whataburger. meh, whatever. If you’re doing your concealed carry correctly, who cares what they say.
no they shouldn't have. this gives precedence now.
 October 8, 2015 at 8:58pm
Always good to start an OPED with a Strawman. It immediately tells you that the entire piece is garbage and not worthy of reading. I thought The Blaze™ was supposed to differ from other media in that it was going to publish the truth. Publishing somebody’s lies and sophistry and calling it an ‘alternate/opposing view’ – is still publishing lies and sophistry
 October 2, 2015 at 7:09pm
I understand The Blaze wanting some young hipster talent to spice up OPEDs, but maybe it would be better to skip pig ignorant hipster commentary on important subjects. There’s not one premise listed here that hasn’t been debunked and slam debunked – decades ago.
The US has higher rates because we live next to a failed narco state, and we’ve got a serious appetite for drugs and human trafficking. Europe has neither of those and more liberal laws on drugs and prostitution. We also encourage blacks to engage in a gangster lifestyle. If you take away four major US cities, our guncrime rates are on par with the best of Europe. But all that has been known. Sorry I clicked, I hate reading garbage.
and if you say anything publicly against the gangsta lifestyle they just riot and kill more people
September 24, 2015 at 1:53am
It’s just awful and insensitive of somebody to civilize a bunch of bloody savages. Just think of where the Aztecs would be if somebody hadn’t stopped them from dismembering and beheading people by the thousands!
). In England and Ireland, Reformers engaged in their own ruthless inquisitions and executions. Conservative estimates indicate that thousands of English and Irish Catholics were put to death—many by being hanged, drawn, and quartered—for practicing the Catholic faith and refusing to become Protestant. An even greater number were forced to flee to the Continent for their safety. We point this out to show that the situation was a two-way street; and both sides easily understood the Bible to require the use of penal sanctions to root out false religion from Christian society.
The fact that the Protestant Reformers also created inquisitions to root out Catholics and others who did not fall into line with the doctrines of the local Protestant sect shows that the existence of an inquisition does not prove that a movement is not of God. Protestants cannot make this claim against Catholics without having it backfire on themselves. Neither can Catholics make such a charge against Protestants. The truth of a particular system of belief must be decided on other grounds.The Inquisition was intended not to convert people, but to find people who were outwardly claiming to be Christian but secretly practiced another religion, such as people who had become Christian outwardly, but who were still secretly practicing anti-Messianic Judaism, Islam, or Albigensianism, this last being a religion claim.
 September 24, 2015 at 1:11am
There’s plenty of historical evidence that the bible has been proven right about, but I’m thinking that a bunch of people climbing out of the ark probably needed materials for shelter, animal pens and firewood for a while and whatever being left surviving several thousand years… I’m not worried about it.
 September 19, 2015 at 6:00am
A little bit of pie-in-the-sky. You cannot simultaneously have mass migration and assimilation at the same time. And it wouldn’t matter if there was not a single terrorist in the bunch trying to “flee” to Europe, if you put enough of them in one place they’re not going to feel the need to assimilate – and it seems even with “assimilated” Muslims, there’s plenty of their kids and daughters ripe for the picking for the Jihadi recruiters. Further, in a Democratic society (as in bad Democracy, mob rule, which the founders didn’t want) a huge enough voting block will vote themselves Sharia compliant zones and it would all be legal. Look at Israel and the “right of return” dilemma.
As has been said by the folks over at “Immigration by the numbers” (in 2000) “you can’t fix them here, you have to fix them where they live.”
 August 16, 2015 at 10:50am
Maybe a better question for Glenn is what is the GOP going to do about all those Republican voters who aren’t interested in voting for the GOP?
June 22, 2015 at 1:21pm
Bah, the four things this writer comes up with are mostly sophistry, and anybody with the patience can dissect them. I don’t have the patience, I call BS. But there’s plenty of ammo for the gun rights side, without having some idiot try to tackle the subject using the Left’s arguements (Left’s Arguments: 1) if there were no guns, there’d be no gun crime. 2) Inanimate Objects can kill. 3) If somebody else was armed there’d be more victims [holy cow Blaze, you borrowing writers from the View?], 4) The Second Amendment is clear in the context it was written and with the Federalist Papers. Only lawyers try weasel semantic games as stated in #4).
We’ve got a problem here because we’ve got wide open borders and the country in general has a voracious appetite for drugs and prostitutes. You really only have to point to Israel and Switzerland, if guns were the problem, they’d be disasters, but they’re not. They’re not because they’re not sitting adjacent to failed narco-states, they’re mostly ethnically homogenous and the standards of living are generally good across the board. We’ve got severe issues with the culture, particularly among blacks and Latinos, and we’ve got a huge problem with giving people psychotropic drugs. The problem isn’t guns… gangsters will get guns regardless of the law and psychotics (whether natural or drug induced) will find out ways to kill people. Run the numbers on 70′s serial killers, they did a great deal of damage – without guns.
I must have missed something. Fox news was bad for calling people lazy, and then he says one paragraph later that people are lazy…
[-1] May 29, 2015 at 6:07am
That’s unfortunate, that Marine didn’t know how to counter Cooper assinine line of questioning. Service members don’t get a vote on what foreign policy they support, and their service isn’t a reflection of what they believe in.