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Top Nazi SS commander found living in Minnesota

A top commander of a Nazi SS unit has been secretly living in Minnesota since shortly after World War II, The Associated Press revealed on Friday. According to records obtained by an AP Freedom of Information Act request, Michael Karkoc lied about his service in the SS-led Ukrainian Self Defense…

Maddow: Republicans are stuck in ‘downward facing dogma’

On Thursday night’s edition of “The Rachel Maddow Show,” host Rachel Maddow continued to chronicle the Republican Party’s inexorable slide to right in a segment called “Downward Facing Dogma.” She chided the GOP for its ongoing obsession with culture war issues and gravitation more and more toward fringe ideologies. First…

John Oliver hilariously mocks France’s homoerotic anti-gay protesters

Amid a “Gaywatch” segment on Thursday night, The Daily Show host John Oliver surveyed recent protests in France over the legalization of same-sex marriage. Upon seeing how many of the protesters were dressed, he observed the anti-gay protesters looked “so much gayer than our pro-gay protests.” One man donned a…

Reps. King, Bachmann and Gohmert beg Glenn Beck’s viewers for support: We’re losing badly

Three of the most controversial Republican members of Congress appeared on Glenn Beck’s program Thursday to beg his viewers for support. Reps. Steve King (IA), Michele Bachmann (MN), and Louie Gohmert (TX) appeared on the television show to discuss their opposition to comprehensive immigration reform. Bachmann told Beck that the…

Netherlands accused of ‘casting away’ the elderly as Republicans attack HHS mandate

House Republicans, along with one Democrat, spent roughly one hour attacking the Department of Health and Human Services’ 2012 contraceptive rule on Wednesday night. The HHS mandate requires employers to provide health insurance plans that cover FDA-approved contraceptive drugs and devices at no cost. Though the federal department proposed an…

Texas Gov. Rick Perry: Americans have no right to freedom from religion

During an announcement of the signing of the so-called “Merry Christmas Bill,” Texas Gov. Rick Perry and state Senator Robert Nichols (R-Jacksonville) said Thursday that freedom from religion was not included in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. “I’m proud we are standing up for religious freedom in our…

Christian activist: Boy Scouts endangering children by allowing gay members

Faith2Action president Janet Porter says the Boy Scouts recent decision to allow openly gay members is part of the criminalization of Christianity. In recent remarks, reported Thursday by Right Wing Watch, the head of the Christian activist group warned allowing openly gay members into the youth organization would endanger children.…

Catholic League president: ‘Nest of homosexual priests’ should be ‘rooted out’

Catholic League President Bill Donohue has called for the church to track down the “nest of homosexual priests” and make sure that they are “rooted out.” Newsmax host Steve Malzberg on Wednesday asked Donohue what Pope Francis meant when he recently admitted that a “gay lobby” was influencing the Vatican.…

Ron Johnson: ‘Restoring faith in government’ is the ‘wrong solution’

Tea party-backed Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) on Thursday told a conservative conference in Washington, D.C. that “restoring faith in government” was the “wrong solution” and that lawmakers should instead be encouraging “distrust.” Speaking to the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Road to Majority conference, Johnson said that too many Americans had…

Lessig to Moyers: Government should use its power to protect privacy—not exploit it

Director of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University and founder of Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society Larry Lessig stopped by to speak with Bill Moyers about how the government should be using its ability to control information to protect its citizens’ privacy rather…

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