ARTICLES - HOT OFF THE FAGGOT

The Blaze


Firewire from THE BLAZE April 11, 2013
Kansas City Police Discover An Underground City Of Homeless!
A homeless camp in Kansas City was broken up by police and volunteers hoping to help them last week. It wasn’t just your usual tent city though, as it had a network of underground tunnels. According to the Kansas City Star, one of the tunnels went as far down as 25 feet. See the amazing images from inside the tunnels HERE.
READ THIS | TWEET IT | LIKE IT
A GOP-Controlled Senate In 2014? Ted Cruz Says It's Possible
Wednesday,during an interview with Laura Ingraham on her radio program, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) slammed President Barack Obama for “trying to take advantage” of the tragic Newtown shooting to push gun control. He also predicted that the administration’s push to impose stricter gun laws will haunt Democrats in 2014 and could lead to a GOP takeover of the Senate. Listen to the interview HERE.


On the eve of the gun control debate in the Senate, First lady Michelle Obama set the tone for the debate with a deeply personal testemant comparing herself to the honor student from her hometown shot to death a week after performing as a majorette in the presidential inaugural parade. Watch the video HERE.



In a surprising turnaround, New York State Police have admitted that they made a mistake when they confiscated the guns and suspended the permit of an Erie County resident on the grounds of mental health. Hear the Erie County Clerk deliver a scathing rebuke of both the actions of the State Police and the law HERE.




MSNBC came under fire this week for a promotional video where host Melissa Harris-Perry explained that we need to “break through our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents” and recognize that “kids belong to whole communities.” Now, critics are again raising concern with yet another controversial promo for Harris-Perry’s show. What's the big deal about this one? It kinda smells like Socialism. Watch the clip and decide for yourself HERE.




Energy giant ExxonMobil proudly supports the controversial Common Core State Standards initiative, according to the company’s website and a promotional commercial that is currently airing on TV. If you think that we're kidding, just watch the video HERE.

Rand Paul Heckled During Speech At Howard University In D.C.   
On Wednesday, Republican Sen. Rand Paul’s remarks at Howard University in Washington, D.C. were briefly interrupted by a protester who tried to unfurl a banner declaring, “Howard University does not support white supremacy.” Watch the video HERE.
READ THIS | TWEET IT | LIKE IT
Gun-Maker To Leave CT Over New Laws, Urges Others To Follow 
A Connecticut gun-maker announced on Wednesday that it intends to leave the state following the passage of gun control legislation. The company contends it tramples on the rights of citizens and does not show enough consideration for the industry. Bristol-based PTR says in a statement posted on its website that it has not decided where it will move, but it has commitments from most employees to relocate. Read what PTR told other firearms companies in the state HERE.



From TheBlaze TV
Watch TheBlaze TV Live or On Demand:  Start your 14 day Free Trial!

 



Have you ever wondered how many people  would actually sign a petition calling for a repeal of the 2nd Amendment and door-to-door gun confiscation? Well, you’re in luck. Mark Dice, a political activist, took to the streets to see how many signatures he could get. Watch the clip HERE. 


INSPIREWIRE
Rare Video: TheBlaze Editor-In-Chief Passing Out On Live TV
Why is it so much fun to mock your boss? (Why ask why?) For years, TheBlaze editorial staff has heard a story from our Editor-in-Chief, Scott Baker, about the time he passed out during a live, prime time television broadcast. We finally managed to cajole Scott into sharing that moment with us. After surviving the anticipated lampooning by his staff, Scott bravely agreed to release the clip to the world. Watch and enjoy it HERE.
 
The Blaze The Blog The Wire Contact Us Got A Tip?
Post a Comment