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Reports are flooding in that flyers are being distributed ordering all Jews in the Ukraine to “register.” Some reports add that members of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church have been “threatened.”
Louisiana lawmakers refuse to accept that sodomy is legal, refuse to make necrophilia illegal.
A federal judge has issued a partial stay on his own ruling, limiting it now to just the four couples who filed the lawsuit.
Peter LaBarbera has returned to the U.S. days early, immediately following his release from jail, but he left a nasty wake.
The Louisiana House just voted to keep a law on the books that makes sex between people of the same gender illegal.
If you think a mere 1.1 cents of every dollar going to fund science isn’t enough — while a whopping 27 cents of every dollar going to fund our military is ridiculous, I would agree with you.
U.S. Congressman Ted Yoho, a freshman Tea Party Republican elected in 2012 to serve the people of Florida’s 3rd district, isn’t sure if the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is constitutional.
Louisiana’s nickname is the Bayou State. Its motto is “Union, Justice and Confidence.” And if Louisiana state lawmakers get their way, the official state book will be the Holy Bible.
Tim Cook, the CEO of the world’s most admired and valuable brand, today told Congress it should pass ENDA, the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.
Maggie Gallagher claims the “actual ads produced by the Prop 8 campaign” were “not-very-cruel.” Really?
Tea Party provocateur Ben Shapiro claims that Stephen Colbert, by playing a conservative on TV, is engaging in something akin to Blackface. Shapiro calls it “Conservativeface.”
Hundreds of marriage equality supporters last night rallied in front of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, perhaps hoping a strong showing might persuade the federal judges to rule in their favor.
A Republican lawmaker argues against an anti-bullying bill, advocating instead for the beating of children who bully others, calling it “cheap, inexpensive, and effective.”
A conservative candidate for the U.S. Senate just released an ad in which he waves a Glock with a 15-round magazine and promises to “blow your balls off.”
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