Pots calling kettles black. Glass house boys tossing stones. Call it what you will, me old boss Brian over at Progress Ohio blasts Bob Bennett and the rest of the shameful GOP fuckers for their use of Frankie Coleman’s drinking problem for political gain.
Earning the asshat of the week award is Matthew, who calls the Mayor’s wife “Mayor Coleman’s Unqualified Convict Drunkard Wife”. What a little bitch. What Jabba the Naugle and the rest seem to conveniently forget is how many actual Republican officials have gone down the same road as Ms. Coleman. Brian gives us the […]Full Story... →
They have ALL the best wingnut writers like Ken Blackwell and, of course, Rush Limbaugh’s brother David.
With such a wonderful pool of ‘talent’, you’d expect to find writing on a wide range of conservative topics. But, for some reason, the topic du jour is still ‘the gays want to take away YOUR rights’
This is from David Limbaugh’s latest article Another Lesson In Selective Tolerance:
People who don’t think the radical homosexual lobby is trying to force its views on society probably aren’t paying close attention. Increasingly, in various parts of this nation, […]Full Story... →
A new Gallop poll came out yesterday about belief in evolution in America, and in some ways the poll results are stunning. In earlier polls, answers to the question “Now thinking about how human beings came to exist on Earth, do you, personally, believe in evolution, or not?” were split virtually down-the-middle; 49% yes, 48% no. However, the following formulation gave what I thought were stunning results (emphasis mine):
Next, we’d like to ask about your views on two different explanations for the origin and development of life on earth. Do you think — [ITEMS ROTATED] — is — […]Full Story... →
PBS, unfortunately, appears to be spreading fundie propaganda. Specifically, a documentary called Wall of Separation aired a few days ago, and the film takes the historically incorrect view that the US was founded as an explicitly Christian nation.
?The Wall of Separation is a metaphor deeply embedded in the American consciousness,? the company observes. ?Most of us take for granted the idea that politics and religion should not be intermixed because of the heritage of The First Amendment in our understanding of freedom of religion. The No Establishment Clause has protected us from the entanglement of religion with […]Full Story... →