The first federal disaster relief act was the Congressional Act of 1803, “A Bill For the relief of the sufferers by fire, in the town of Portsmouth.”
Phil Robertson has threatened to run for president, because apparently he’s a better solution to nonexistent problems than the guy he is endorsing, Donald Trump. But I don’t think that’s the real story here. The real story is Robertson’s almost incomprehensibly high levels of hypocrisy. It’s breathtaking.
“If the Republicans and the evangelicals do not get off their posteriors and vote, I think I’m going to head back to the woods and hide out.”
January is named after the Roman god Janus, the god of beginnings. So he's real too, just like Jesus, according to Robertson's logic
From the grave, an epic smackdown of Phil Robertson and Ted Cruz by James Madison, who reveals exactly what America can expect from a Cruz presidency, that establishment of religion brings only superstition, bigotry and persecution
A bunch of Republican real and presumed presidential primary candidates descended on Greenville, South Carolina, Saturday. The event was the "South Carolina Freedom Summit."
Despite the state's economic woes, Governor Jindal has made no plans to cut millions of dollars in subsidies to the Duck Dynasty TV show.
Duane "Dog" Chapman threw the four Fox co-hosts of "Outnumbered" for a loop, when he defended Hillary Clinton on their show Friday.
The Religious Right is reacting as expected to opposition to Indiana's embrace of religious tyranny - with lunacy and lies
At a prayer breakfast, Duck Dynasty star, Phil Robertson fantasized aloud about an atheist family being raped, tortured, and murdered.
In his long speech, Robertson warned that America was becoming sick from STDs and that wherever Jesus is missing, murder follows.
Betty Bowers nails Dick Cheney by pointing out that for him, rectal feeding "is just eating through his mouth." That explains a lot!
A Religious Right list of 33 Examples of Intolerant Liberalism in 2014 turns out (surprise!) to be examples of conservative intolerance
Although the religious right has effectively, through the Catholic Supreme Court, eliminated the Establishment Clause of the 1st Amendment and wiped out religious freedom of non-evangelicals, women, and non-believers, they are still convinced they are facing an existential threat from the federal government.
Even while WND's Joseph Farah claims there is no difference between CAIR and ISIL, we see Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson embrace ISIL's own policy, that Muslims must "convert or die."
Republican foreign policy is a tortured and terrifying admixture of religious dogmatism, political ideology, and corporate thirst for profit
Apparently, ISIS utilizing America's war tactics caught the attention of Robertson and his Christian theology informs him it is time for America to embrace the ISIS tactics and religious ideology, and as a Christian nation issue an ultimatum to the Islamic terrorists to "convert or be killed."
On Tuesday night's episode of Hannity, host Sean Hannity welcomed Duck Dynasty star and renowned homophobe Phil Robertson on the set to discuss the recent developments in the Middle East surrounding the radical Islamist group ISIS.
Republicans are convinced that tea partiers are enraged that establishment Republicans did not oppose President Obama over the past five years and that now they demand, and Republicans will deliver, unflinching opposition to the President.
Apparently, the talking heads over at Fox News have now decided to attack the father of recovered POW Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl due to the way he looks. It really was only a matter of time.
Political pundits are wont to claim Republicans obstruct governance and oppose policies and agendas that benefit the entire nation because they are clueless and lack issues, policies, and agendas, but that is not the case.
Jesus said to love. They hate. Jesus said to turn the other cheek. They attack. Jesus said to pray in private. they pray publicly. Jesus said to forgive. They plot revenge. Jesus loved the poor. They worship Kochs.
Republican leaders went all-in for religion, religious liberty, and a very heavy emphasis on god courtesy of Duck Dynasty's resident homophobe Phil Robertson.
Phil Robertson, the patriarch of the family featured on A&E's one-time hit show 'Duck Dynasty,' will be a featured speaker at the Republican Leadership Conference this coming Thursday.
Clarence Thomas claims that the issue of race did not come up much in 1960s Georgia, and that today people are too sensitive about race.
The fact that Duck Dynasty's ratings have plummeted after Phil Robertson's racist and homophobic remarks is the latest piece of evidence that the United States is becoming a more liberal country.
After family patriarch Phil Robertson's racist and homophobic remarks during a GQ interview, Duck Dynasty's viewership has dropped by nearly 50%.
I watched President Obama's State of the Union speech Tuesday night. I was one of the 15% who did in my area of South Carolina.
Charlie Strong's first head coaching position was a rousing success in Louisville. He's headed to Texas where cowboy hats and sheets prevail
In the British version of "Big Brother", former heavyweight boxer Evander Holyfield uses the bible to rip on homosexuals.
The First Amendment gives citizens the right to voice their opinion without repercussions, unless that opinion is contrary to Conservative beliefs.
Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson may find himself in more hot water after a video was uncovered recently showing him speaking at an event in 2009.
Now that the charade of Phil Robertson's pretend suspension is over, homophobes nationwide can rest assured that their "right" to spread hate is preserved and the corporate sponsors of Duck Dynasty will profit handsomely.
By caving in to hate groups A&E has sent a clear message that haters are to be tolerated, but not those who are the victims of that hate.
They want to put Bibles in schools but not actually read the damn things, and they want us to recite the Pledge of Allegiance but not actually listen to the damn thing
For Americans with half-a-brain, the conservative hypocrisy is as glaring as the subjects conservatives are certain their older, whiter, and religiously-inclined voters embrace.
Phil Robertson, of the Duck Dynasty reality show family, is in hot water over comments in a magazine bashing gays. It's all political!
The Religious Right’s reaction to Phil Robertson’s suspension is not only what Jesus expected out of his followers, but it has got me thinking once again about the politics of certainty.
I was reading this morning an article in The Atlantic, Our God-Given Constitutional Right to a Television Show detailing the “heart warming collection of affectionate and supportive notes sent by loving Christians” to writer Josh Barro “to save him from his sinful and murderous ways.” Josh Barro had the temerity to pen an article for Business Insider critical of Phil Robertson.
What Huckabee and the religious right object to is losing what they consider religious freedom to impose their rules on the rest of the population.
Whether or not one is inclined towards intellectual masochism by watching A&E's "Duck Dynasty," the decision to suspend one of the show's stars is not a freedom of speech issue.
The Religious Right gets the Bible - and Jesus - wrong again and claims Jesus would defend Phil Robertson's right to put words in his mouth
All this fuss about Phil Robertson comes down to the Religious Right's insistence that they have a right to say nobody else has rights
Sarah Palin's defense of Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson's racist and homophobic comments demonstrates that former MSNBC host Martin Bashir was right about her all along.