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Maine super PAC creates pledge against ‘sodomy based marriage’

A newly-created, anti-LGBT rights super PAC in Maine is asking residents to sign a “truth pledge” against “sodomy based marriage,” which they say is being advanced by “demonic forces.” Same sex marriage opponents Paul Madore and Mike Heath formed the No Special Rights PAC and began distributing their pledge at…

Herman Cain on the Gender Gap: Men Are ‘Much More Familiar with Policy’ than ‘Other People’

Herman Cain refuses to go away. He just keeps talking and saying stupid stuff. From Think Progress: Asked about a new Washington Post/ABC News poll showing President Obama beating Romney on women’s issues, Cain explained this by saying that men tend to be more familiar with policy, while others only…

Beck: We have a ‘righteous calling’ to lead a ‘new civil rights movement’

Former Fox News personality Glenn Beck said he believed Tuesday morning that he was capable of leading a “new civil rights movement” in America after claiming that fascism was coming to Europe. Appearing on televangelist James Robison’s Life Today show, Beck commented on the popular Occupy Wall Street movement. “We…

Five 9/11 accused get May 5 Guantanamo court date

The alleged mastermind of the September 11, 2001 attacks and his four accused co-plotters will be formally charged by a military tribunal on May 5 at Guantanamo Bay, US officials said Tuesday. Military judge James Pohl has fixed the date for the arraignment hearing on Saturday, May 5, and it…

Five-year-old brings heroin for ‘show and tell’

A Connecticut man was arrested Monday after his five-year-old stepson brought 50 packets of heroin to a “Show and Tell” day at his school Monday. According to The Connecticut Post, 35-year-old Santos Roman was placed under custody after arriving at Barnum School in Bridgeport to retrieve the drugs. A police…

Feed the monster: Et tu, Rachel Maddow?

A number of years back, a friend who produces cable TV shows introduced me to the phrase, “Feed the Monster.” That saying refers to a bedrock reality: that content– something to put on– is TV’s primary need. Something always has to be showing, in other words. Gone is the era…

‘Kony 2012′ group on defensive amid WikiLeaks spy rumors

A non-profit organization behind the enormously successful “Kony 2012″ viral videos is on the defensive this week after anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks released a U.S. State Department cable which claims the group fed information to the Ugandan government that led to the arrest of at least one key opposition figure in…

I Have Solved the Curious Case of Mark Judge’s Missing Bike

Yesterday, I wrote about Daily Caller contributor Mark Judge and the beloved L.L. Bean bike which was so cruelly wrenched from his idyllic life by Some Black Dude.  Horrified that one of my people would mercilessly steal a white dude’s bike, I decided to make some inquiries, and it is…

Paul Ryan refuses to define ‘rich’: ‘These are job creators’

House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-WI) on Tuesday refused to define “rich” because the wealthiest Americans were “job creators,” and accused President Barack Obama of “verbal tantrums” for calling his proposed budget “thinly veiled social Darwinism.” During a speech in Washington last week, Obama blasted Republicans for proposing “more…

Parody ad shows how to do your taxes like Mitt Romney

Well, it’s that time again. For all you last-minute tax filers, the deadline is only six days away to gather up all your receipts and your W-2s, sit down with Turbo Tax and a bottle of Excedrin and get to it. Next year, though, why not do what Mitt Romney…

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