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Oklahoma public school removes Ten Commandments plaques from classrooms

Muldrow Public Schools in Oklahoma has decided to remove Ten Commandments plaques that were displayed in nearly every classroom. “The commandments have been there ever since I can remember, ever since elementary school,” Muldrow senior Blakely Palafox told News On 6. “I think it’s actually kind of stupid to take…

Florida mayoral candidate Anna L. Pierre: Jesus endorsed me

North Miami mayoral candidate Anna L. Pierre claims to have scored one of the best political endorsements of all time. The son of God allegedly supports her campaign. Campaign posters for Pierre, which can be found on her Facebook page, boast that she was endorsed by Jesus Christ. “It’s a…

Jon Stewart’s Iranian journalist friend: Regime uses ‘sick’ homoerotic torture for ‘entertainment’

An Iranian journalist who’s now the subject of comedian Jon Stewart’s upcoming film “Rosewater” told “The Daily Show” host and a crowd gathered by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) last week that he and others have endured “sick” homoerotic torture, apparently for their captors’ mere “entertainment.” Maziar Bahari was…

South Carolina sued for removing male genitals of ‘hermaphrodite’ toddler

The adopted parents of a boy in South Carolina announced on Tuesday that they were suing the South Carolina Department of Social Services (SCDSS), social workers and doctors for forcing their son, who was born with both male and female sex organs, to undergo sexual-reassignment surgery when he was 16-months-old.…

California cops defend seizing video depicting fatal beating case

Authorities in Kern County, California are defending themselves against criticism for confiscating cell phone video of seven sheriff’s deputies’ fatal encounter with a 33-year-old man. “For us not to go get videos that are evidence, we wouldn’t be doing a very good investigation,” Sheriff Donny Youngblood told CNN. But witnesses…

Cancer-stricken civil rights attorney pleads to be released from prison

A cancer-stricken civil rights attorney, jailed over her legal representation of Egyptian cleric Omar Abdel-Rahman, is pleading for a compassionate release from prison due to her worsening medical condition. 73-year-old Lynne Stewart may not have much more time, her doctors say. Now fighting stage 4 cancer that’s spread to her…

Christian radio host blames ‘leftists’ and ‘sex education’ for drug-resistant gonorrhea

Conservative Christian radio host Matt Barber on Tuesday said that liberals and “comprehensive sex education” had caused a new strain of gonorrhea that is resistant to traditional treatments. Earlier this year, the Center for Disease Control warned that a strain of gonorrhea had developed a resistance to the antibiotic cephalosporin,…

Maddow guest: Justice Department surveillance of AP ‘positively Nixonian’

On Monday night’s edition of “The Rachel Maddow Show,” host Rachel Maddow discussed the Justice Department’s decision to seize the phone records of reporters from the Associated Press. After giving a run-down of the global headlines of the day, and calling Monday “one of those days where the news “was…

Bachmann urges ‘spiritual warfare’ to impose religious values on government

Speaking to the Liberty Council’s “The Awakening 2013″ conference last month, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) urged a religious crowd to focus on “spiritual warfare” in their continuing fight to impose religious values on government. “You see, if we retreat from our values and fail to make the case on issues…

Cheney: Benghazi ‘one of the worst incidents that I can recall’

The man who was vice president during the Sept. 11 attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people in 2001 says that last year’s attack in Benghazi was “one of the worst incidences, frankly, that I can recall in my career.” In an interview on Fox News on Monday, former Vice President…

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