All of the sudden extreme videos of preachers denouncing gays have gone viral, and it is all party of the mixture of extreme religion and conservatism that Republicans want America to become.
Rush Limbaugh gets his creepy on while giving credence to all of those Dominican Republic rumors by calling a 14 year old girl a babe on his radio show.
When President Obama spoke up and said he supported same sex marriage, then yes, he is doing God's work. Why? Because Jesus did the same thing in Matthew 8:5-13.
Another state has added its political voice of opposition to gay marriage. North Carolina approved an amendment forbidding same-sex marriage.
In 1996, Mitt Romney helped in a search for a colleague's lost 14 year old daughter. Even though though Romney's role is unclear, he has run numerous commercials exploiting the situation.
While political attention is riveted on Washington, millions of dollars are flowing into state campaign coffers in preparation for a rebirth of the Articles of Confederation where states will function as their own bosses and to hell with Washington..
The pastor of a North Carolina church who recommended cracking 4-year-old gay children's wrist, then 'punching' them is the latest example of the pulpit serving the right's epicenter for gay hate.
The future looks bleak for John Edwards. It all started going downhill when he started an adulterous affair with a little known filmmaker, Rielle Hunter. He is now standing trial on federal charges.
Republican women claim to be against abortions, but statistics don't support this hypocritical stance. It's possible that conservative women have just as many abortions as liberal women.
If ever a win was meaningless, it's Rick Santorum's expected Louisiana runaway. The Deep South is the only sure thing that the flaming heterosexual has left.
Native Americans were dispatched with the same unfeeling inhumanity then that killed African-American Trayvon Martin, and now they are nearing extinction.
The GOOP primary process moves to Missouri, Illinois and Louisiana as final results would appear to be a wash with no real advantage to anybody.
Rick Santorum accuses Dutch doctors of euthanizing patients involuntarily. He basis information on a radical Website and distorts truth.
A general review of the debate lies and hateful Obama references of the three remaining viable GOP Presidential candidates.
Ron Paul, Mitt Romney's errand boy, who is in charge of making Rick Santorum look bad to his conservative base says Rick is very liberal.
There is a disconnect between Christian right voters claim of following the bible and at the same time supporting very immoral candidates.
Santorum surges in GOP races. My local newspaper headline pretty much captured the flavor of yesterday’s round of two Republican Presidential caucuses and one non-binding primary.
It was definitely the flaming heterosexual’s day in the sun, though in the future there will be many more of those hotter than normal sunny days in all sections of the U.S. with our escalating warming of the planet. Santorum is, of course, a vehement climate denier. Speaking in tongues that only the evangelical crowd could understand, he told a Colorado audience the day before the vote that global warming was part of a scientific plot to….”even more greatly control your life.” An estimated 10-15% of the scientific community agrees with him. Besides, how else yuh gonna git them thar Tea Party votes?
In the wake of the 2010 midterm elections it is important to know who John Boehner is and what it will mean to have him as Speaker of the House. Obviously,there are some concerns with Boehner’s very old-fashioned, shall we say…conservative…positions. One might say ULTRA conservative.
Sarah Palin has another Tweeter moment. It’s ironic really, that she is the star of a reality show but reality is not a friend to her. She seems to be saying to reality (shrieking really), “Reality, you’re not the boss of me!”
In a recent issue of The Atlantic, Garrett Epps an article titled "All Patriots 'Know' that Moses Wrote the Constitution." This is just one of many myths that the far right has constructed about our constitution, and the religious origins of our governmental system.