This time I'll go ahead and answer your question, what I can make of the gibberish that is...
There is no set rule that one is easier than the other. A good online player could be terrible at live games and a good live player could be terrible online. There are plenty of reasons for this: online players being bored playing live; live players feeling overwhelmed by the fast pace of online, etc. Many players will tend to say that online players are better, but really, most of that is just because those people are pretty much using a straight scale to compare(200NL Live is NOT the same as 200NL online). Online, you can go as low as .01/.02(so that is where the majority of beginning online fish are), whereas the majority of casinos
won't go lower than $1/$2(where the majority of beginning live fish are). See what I mean?
One big difference is that most of the time, online will play quite a bit tighter than live. This is mainly because those live players feel really bored if they aren't in a hand. When you're only seeing 30 hands an hour, you want to be in them all(at least that's their mindset).
As far as your home games being easier. That's probably because your friends suck at playing poker. Many home games might be a hell of a lot harder than casino games. Some people find home games easier because they can feel calm because they are around friends. Others find it nerve racking because they don't feel comfortable taking their friends money, whereas in the casino, it's just a stranger, so it doesn't matter.
So how I constructed real words, sentences and punctuation? Since when did just the letter r replace the word or? I think you're mistaken for are. Hope some of that at least helped.