Elton John Says Jesus Would Have Supported Gay Marriage

We all know Elton John is a homosexual. Even my mom, whose gaydar functions about as well as healthcare.gov, was able to figure that out decades ago (maybe it was his glasses or his sequined jackets… hard to tell). So it is not surprising that he himself would be promoting gay marriage “rights” all over […]

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Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Hobby Lobby

In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled today that the birth control provisions of the Affordable Care Act infringed on the religious liberties of businesses and business owners—particularly, in this case, of Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties. . . . [Justice] Alito held that in the case before the court, the religious objections […]

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A Victim of His Own PC: Matt Lauer Accused of Sexism

Matt Lauer asked Mary Barra, CEO of GM, how she is able to be both a good businesswoman and a good mother. So, apparently, he’s sexist. Here’s what one critic had to say: For the record: All previous GM CEOs that I’ve known had children. In my 15 years of covering the industry, I can […]

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Ann “Clickbait” Coulter Mocks Soccer, For No Good Reason

I try to avoid listening to Ann Coulter, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and the rest of the people who make a living by dishing up hot plates of outrage to primed listeners. I have myself been given the job of drudging … er, I mean dredging … up scandals and political intrigues in order to […]

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Homosexuals are Sexual Orientation Bigots

Republican Paul Stam came under fire recently for his comments on the House floor concerning sexual orientation. In a presentation, he mentioned at least thirty different sexual orientations (including more common orientations like homo- and heterosexuality, but also comprising obscure sexual practices like coprophilia and asphyxophilia). Many commentators have noted that most of the practices […]

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What is an Uncle Tom?

The term Uncle Tom as an epithet has never made much sense to me. If you’ve ever read Uncle Tom’s Cabin, you know that Uncle Tom was the protagonist, a slave who was martyred by his master when he refused to give up the location of some runaway slaves. Harriet Beecher Stowe was not responsible […]

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Indiana and Utah have Gay Marriage Ban Declared Unconstitutional

On the same day, both Indiana and Utah have been told that their state-wide gay marriage bans are unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge Richard Young (appointed by Bill Clinton) ruled that Indiana was not allowed to enforce its gay marriage ban. In hus decision, he wrote: Same-sex couples, who would otherwise qualify to marry in Indiana, […]

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