In a radio interview Chris Christie recently said that pot would not be legalized in New Jersey as long as he was in charge. His reasoning? He doesn’t want Colorado’s quality of life to seep into his beloved state. A caller on New Jersey 101.5 radio pointed out to Christie that legalization seemed inevitable because of the [Read More…]
Chris Christie will not stand for legalized pot, lest the quality of life in New Jersey become like that of Colorado.
Good news out of Louisiana (boy, have I waited a long time to say that)! The state congressman who was pushing to have the bible adopted as the state book (Thomas Carmody, Republica, surprise, surprise…) is scrapping those plans: A Shreveport lawmaker said Monday he’s scrapping his proposal to name the Bible as Louisiana’s official [Read More…]
…because some arbitrary authority figure told him to and no questions were asked. Behold: Christianity practiced by adults in much the same vein as a toddler. Can’t frighten grown adults with ludicrous threats of hell? I’ll bet it’ll work on our own child though. Family values, man. [Read more…]
Two readers of the blog have reached out to me to ask for assistance. Both are good peeps and both are in a bit of a shitty situation. The first is Rich: As you know, I have had asthma for years. That’s why when I was singing ‘White & Nerdy’ at karaoke I had to [Read More…]
Matt Barber has caught us trying to destroy free speech, criminalize Christianity, and opposing natural sexuality.
I had no idea how dastardly I, as part of the political left, actually was. But then I came across this article from Matt Barber on townhall.com, a bastion of even-handed analysis, and discovered just how big a threat I and my ilk are to the very concept of freedom. Just look at how the [Read More…]
Imagine for a moment I had a vendetta against the GOP (and all that is good in the world, like apple pie) for whatever evil reason instead of my actual motivation of just not liking bad/malicious decisions in politics. I would wake up in the morning and think to myself “What kind of quote could [Read More…]
So I’ve decided to do a daily vlog, just to test the waters. Don’t worry, the blog here won’t see a reduction in content. Anyway, here’s the first episode. Feel free to give me pointers. I have no clue how to do the youtube thing, so I’m mostly just pointing a camera at my [Read More…]
Meet Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) who was filming a PSA on train safety. Right after the line “Safety is paramount” a train comes whizzing by, blowing over the senator’s poster board and easel. Like a preacher giving a lecture on the dangers of being irrational. [Read more…]
I’m back from American Atheists. It was a very well-run conference. I got to meet Jaclyn Glenn who was an absolute sweetheart (and hilarious). I also got to meet Maryam Namazie. For a woman who has been through so much I expected her to be a little hard and/or bitter. She was neither. She was [Read More…]
I was grabbing dinner at Carl’s Jr. this evening. At the table next to me a graduate student at BYU was telling an older man how he was pursuing a degree in psychology to better reach people for Jesus. Preying on the sick under the guise of altruism. You’ve pretty much just summed up the [Read More…]
Just finished doing the debate workshop with Matt Dillahunty (Jamila Bey’s plane was delayed so she missed most of it). It was fun. Doing gigs with Matt always is. The room was packed. Matt and I carried our chairs into the audience for people but there were still lots who had to stand. How…surreal. I [Read More…]