Republican Candidates Speak at Event Hosted by Pastor Who Wants Gay People Put to Death

There’s really nothing the Republican Presidential candidates can say anymore that will lose them any support. The more outlandish the claims, the more the base loves them.

So why not speak at a conference hosted by a Christian pastor who wants gay people to die?

That’s what Mike Huckabee, Ted Cruz, and Bobby Jindal did on Friday at an event hosted by Pastor Kevin Swanson:

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Five-Year-Old Boy Has Psychic Powers, Says Neuroscientist Who Apparently Believes Anything

There’s a story making the rounds about how five-year-old Ramses Sanguino has telepathic powers. What’s really selling the story is that the headlines point out how a neuroscientist is studying him. That makes it legit, right?!

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Texas Attorney General Says “In God We Trust” on Government Vehicles is Perfectly Legal

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton released an official statement the other day defending the use of “In God We Trust” stickers on the vehicles of police departments and sheriff’s offices (and even ambulances):

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High School Teacher Makes Student Swear on Bible That She’s Not Pregnant

When Chasity began her senior year at Jackson High School in Georgia, she was aware she had put on a little weight, but it was the least of her concerns. She managed multiple sports teams at the school, had a part-time job, and did well in her classes.

The problem began when she went to go sign up for the Student Government Association, which she had been involved with all throughout high school. The adviser for the group asked her if she was pregnant. She wasn’t. But it didn’t stop there.

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Catholic School in Ireland Rescinds Speaking Invitation to Atheist Leader

Yesterday, Michael Nugent of Atheist Ireland was supposed to speak to the final year class at an all-girls Catholic school. They had had a Muslim speaker earlier in the year, and Nugent was invited to talk about what his group believed and what they did. It was a wonderful gesture by the school to expose students to different perspectives. I’ve had the opportunity to do something similar myself and I really enjoyed the questions students asked me.

But at the last second, Nugent’s invitation was rescinded:

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