I feel so sick, but I’m reminded that even people who I think are odious are sometimes right. I saw this in my special twitter feed: So I clicked it and, sure enough, he’s documented the case well. The group Missouri Students for Life had chalked university sidewalks: I could list out all the ways [Read More…]
In which I agree with Matt Barber – students at Missouri were wrong to erase anti-abortion messages.
Joel Gilbert is director of the propaganda film “Dreams of My Real Father” which claims Obama’s real father is Frank Marshall Davis (and he’s therefore a Communist). He’s coming out with a new *ahem* “documentary” called “No Place Like Utopia” in which he plans to compare Obama’s presidency to the Wizard of Oz. Not joking. [Read More…]
A terrible crime has taken place in Saudi Arabia. A young woman and her friend were recently gang-raped by seven men: While in a car with a student friend, retrieving a picture, two men got into the vehicle and drove them to a secluded area. She said she was raped there by seven men, three of whom [Read More…]
Wow. Sarah Palin may not be the worst of Alaska Republicans: Alaska Republican Rep. Don Young – who made headlines in July for twisting the arm of a staffer on Capitol Hill – suggested during a hearing Thursday in Washington, D.C. that wolves could solve an area’s “homeless problem,” the Associated Press reported. “I’d introduce ‘em in your district, you wouldn’t have [Read More…]
GAY RIGHTS: Pretty much every company that’s not Chik-Fil-A or Hobby Lobby signs amicus brief in favor of gay marriage.
The Supreme Court is set to rule on same-sex marriage this summer. Before arguments are heard, hundreds of businesses and corporations of all shapes and sizes have signed on to an amicus brief urging the SCOTUS to strike down gay marriage bans across the country: Major companies and financial institutions previously have backed the campaign to [Read More…]
A New Jersey man has been trying to sue Applebee’s. It seems that he clasped his hands against a hot dish to pray and suffered minor (very, very minor) burns. That lawsuit has just been dismissed for the second time. A New Jersey appellate court says a man cannot seek damages for burns he suffered [Read More…]
FAITH: Texas principal reading bible verses over loudspeaker & tips for setting up your case if your rights are being violated.
Hemant has reported on a situation at White Oak High School in Texas. It seems the principal of the school reads a bible verse over the loudspeaker every morning. We know this is happening because a student has recorded it happening on three different occasions. It’s a pity a student had to be the one [Read More…]
More “great” advice on how to manage family affairs from the “family values” crowd: The viewer said that while one parent was adamant about not attending “because it’s against the Lord’s plan,” the other felt that they should attend in order to show support and love for their child. In the past, Roberson has been very [Read More…]
FAITH: Poll finds about a quarter of British Muslims think violence over cartoons of Muhammad is justified.
A new BBC poll has found that a disturbingly high number of British Muslims think violence over cartoons of Muhammad is justified. A BBC poll gauging sentiments in Britain’s Muslim community following the Charlie Hebdo massacre found that more than a quarter harbor some sympathy for the motives behind the Paris attacks that left 17 people dead. [Read More…]
ISIS has taken to tossing gay people off the roofs of buildings lately. Apparently god was weighing whether to tell his followers to build houses for the poor or to kill gay people and went with killing gay people: Three men on top of a building, faces covered in black balaclavas, stand on either side [Read More…]
Back when I was still a Christian, I went through a phase where I was fascinated with the phenomenon of Mormonism. The rapid growth of the Latter-Day Saints puzzled me, and I also saw it as something of a threat to more orthodox Christianity. I wanted to try to understand how people could fall for [Read More…]