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US Post Office loses 999,870 party invitations. Thanks a lot, Obama!

When we last saw America’s Worst Lawyer and alleged Bad Touch Dad Larry Klayman, he was pallin’ around with Cubanadian Terrorist Ted Cruz and Syntax Terrorist Sarah Palin and some southern secessionist guys who were blaming that black dude in the White House for killing America while being black. At…

Home of North Dakota white supremacist defaced by racist graffiti after revelations about his ‘African’ DNA

Authorities revealed today that Neo-Nazi and Canadian hate-crime fugitive Craig Cobb’s arrest over the weekend stemmed from an incident involving a former follower of the racial purist. According to local prosecutors, after other white supremacists in Leith learned that Cobb possessed “sub-Sarahan African” DNA, one of them — currently not…

Methodist minister ‘convicted’ of performing gay marriage has 30 days to ‘repent’ or be defrocked

On Monday, the United Methodist Church convicted Reverend Frank Schaefer on two counts of breaking his pastoral vows after he officiated over the marriage of his gay son, Tim. On Tuesday, the church rendered its verdict: Rev. Schaefer is suspended for 30 days, during which time he must “repent of…

Australia police, central bank websites hacked

The websites of the Australian Federal Police and the Reserve Bank of Australia have been the victims of an apparent cyber attack, with reports Thursday blaming Indonesian hackers. The AFP called the attack “irresponsible”, and said whoever was to blame could face prosecution. “These attacks are irresponsible, and will not…

Illinois becomes 16th US state to legalize gay marriage

Illinois became the 16th US state to legalize gay marriage Wednesday, just days after Hawaii passed marriage equality legislation. “What we’re celebrating today is the triumph of democracy, the triumph of liberty,” Governor Pat Quinn said as he prepared to sign the bill into law on a desk used by…

Supreme Court allows Texas abortion restrictions to remain in place

The Supreme Court divided down partisan lines today when it ruled that Texas can continue to enforce strict abortion restrictions that prevent nearly a third of the state’s clinics from operating. The court rejected the arguments by Planned Parenthood and several affiliated clinics that claimed that the strictures place an…

Welcome To The Post-Roe World

While the Supreme Court upholding the Fifth Circuit Court’s decision to allow Texas to keep enforcing its unconstitutional abortions restrictions does not mean they will eventually not strike down the law, it’s also not a good sign. The reason district court judge initially put a block on enforcing the law…

Dog thought killed by tornado rescued after 30 hours buried under rubble

A survivor of the devastating tornadoes that struck the Midwest and Ohio Valley earlier this week was reunited with his beloved dog, who had been buried beneath the rubble of his house for nearly 30 hours. In the moments before a tornado struck his Washington, Illinois home, Jonathan Byler Dann…

Man charged in unspeakably brutal rape claims to ‘have Jesus on his side’

State police in Hazleton, Pennsylvania arrested Emmanuel Paulino today for what they allege was a particularly brutal rape. Paulino is also accused of assaulting the officer who tried to arrest him. Warning: this article describes non-consensual sex-acts of a particularly violent nature. According to court records, the victim — whose…

German image on line with Nazi art hoard: World Jewish Congress

Germany’s credibility is on the line in its handling of a vast Nazi-era hoard of priceless artworks and the country must take bold steps to give back property to its rightful owners, the head of the World Jewish Congress told AFP. Saying that the more than 1,400 paintings, sketches and…

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