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O’Reilly attacks ‘wimpy Christians’ for not freaking out about ‘war on Christmas’

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly is turning against the Christians who he says haven’t been outraged enough about the so-called “war on Christmas.” On his Tuesday broadcast, O’Reilly asked evangelical Texas Pastor Robert Jeffress “why so many Christian leaders are silent when Christianity comes under attack.” “A lot of Christian…

Silverman to ‘bros’: Support reproductive rights ‘if you ever want to see a vagina ever again’

In a saterical public service announcement intended to advocate for the Center for Reproductive Rights’ Bill of Reproductive Rights, comedian Sarah Silverman warned America’s “bros” that if they ever want to see a vagina ever again, they’d better become “bro-choice.” “Listen to me, bros,” she said. “If you love your…

Princeton freshman: Scalia’s ‘reduction to the absurd’ defense was absurd

The Princeton freshman who confronted Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia on his legal opinions regarding same sex marriage told MSNBC’s Alex Wagner on Monday that, while Scalia was cordial in his answer, he still ducked the question. “I don’t feel his response was accurate,” said Duncan Hosie, who asked Scalia…

Sen. Graham: Marriage equality requires constitutional amendment, like ending slavery

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) says that the United States Supreme Court should not rule that LGBT couples have the right to marry because it is like banning slavery and should require a constitutional amendment. “When is it proper for the government to set boundaries in terms of relationships?” Graham opined…

‘Whitney Houston’ is the world’s most popular search in 2012

Google on Wednesday provided a look at the “spirit of the times” based on what people sought online using the world’s most popular search engine. “While there are perennial themes – ‘what is love?’ topped the list in ten countries – it’s the unusual and surprising that caught our attention…

TV meteorologist fired after responding to racial remarks on Facebook

A black meteorologist said she was fired from her job at an ABC affiliate in Louisiana after responding to racially-problematic remarks left on the station’s Facebook page. The Maynard Institute blog Journal-isms reported on Tuesday that Rhonda Lee was fired from her job at KTBS-TV on Nov. 28 without being…

Perry’s radical anti-abortion agenda includes 20-week ban

Appearing in Houston on Tuesday, Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) bragged about his anti-abortion record, including what he called his “privilege” of signing a law that requires women to undergo a medically unnecessary vaginal probe before ending an unwanted pregnancy. Perry spoke at a crisis pregnancy center, at an event…

Gov. Snyder: ‘Right to work’ will ‘make unions more effective’

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R) is insisting that a so-called “right to work” law which restricts unions’ ability to collect dues is not “anti-union” at all. Speaking to MSNBC on Wednesday, Snyder said his move to sign the legislation into law and join the 23 other “right to work” states…

Colbert says he’s contractually obligated to observe ‘Fiscal Cliffmas’

With the onset of what he called “Fiscal Cliffmas” season upon us, Stephen Colbert advised his audience on Tuesday to settle in for the long haul. “I don’t want to talk about the ‘Fiscal Cliff,’ and you don’t want to hear about it,” he conceded. “But for the next 20…

Jon Stewart: ‘Right-to-work’ like strip bars calling themselves gentlemen’s clubs

On his show Tuesday night, The Daily Show host Jon Stewart reviewed the controversy in Michigan over a new union busting law. Stewart observed that Republican Gov. Rick Snyder had described “right-to-work” laws as a “divisive” issue nearly a year ago, yet publicly supported the law this month. Today, Snyder…

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