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James Dobson: Marriage equality will destroy ‘entire superstructure’ of society

Evangelical radio host James Dobson on Monday warned his listeners that last week’s Supreme Court rulings in favor of same sex marriage could cause the “entire superstructure” of society to “come down.” “That’s the foundation of the relationship, a man and a woman,” he told Family Research Council President Tony…

Woman from Florida ‘gang of robbers’ arrested for stealing from NFL player

Police in New York state said on Sunday the woman they arrested on suspicion of stealing money and jewelry from a professional football player and other men is part of a gang of women behind a string of robberies in Florida. WNBC-TV reported that 25-year-old Subhanna Beyah was arrested in…

Fox News analyst on immigration reform: ‘Baloney,’ just focus on white people

Fox News analyst Brit Hume said Monday that the Republican Party’s tepid embrace of immigration reform is part of a “baloney” political strategy to curry favor with Latinos, who Hume said are unimportant to future presidential elections, hence his conclusion that Republicans should just keep the party’s focus on white…

Topless ‘whores from hell’ arrested in Swedish mosque after shedding burkas

Female activists who are fighting the oppression of women were arrested in Sweden over the weekend after staging a topless protest in a Stockholm mosque. According to the Swedish publication AftonBladet, three women from the activist group Femen entered the mosque at around 11 a.m. and threw off their burkas…

Binational Florida partners become first gay couple to win ‘green card’ petition after DOMA’s defeat

A binational married gay couple became the first same sex partnership to successfully petition for an immigrant resident visa since the downfall of the Defense Of Marriage Act (DOMA). “We feel amazingly euphoric knowing that our own government recognizes our own marriage and now we want our state to do…

Alleged cannibal killer goes on trial in Connecticut

A man accused of hacking another man to death with an axe and eating his flesh goes on trial in Connecticut Monday in one of the state’s most grisly murder cases in years. The homeless Florida man, 35-year-old Tyree Smith, allegedly showed up at a relative’s doorstep Bridgeport, Connecticut last…

Protesters rally in support of anti-bank chalk activist

Demonstrators gathered outside the Hall of Justice in San Diego, California on Sunday to chalk their support for a local man facing up to 13 years in jail for using washable chalk to voice his protests against Bank of America. “All I am permitted to say is, I disagree,” the…

Kentucky 4-year-old fatally shoots 6-year-old sister in the face

A 6-year-old girl died in Kentucky over the weekend after being shot by her 4-year-old brother. According to WSMV, the siblings were at their grandparents’ home in Hopkinsville on Sunday evening while their grandfather was cleaning his .38 caliber handgun. The grandfather told reporters that he thought the gun was…

Delaware officially begins issuing same sex marriage licenses

The state of Delaware begins issuing same sex marriage licenses today thanks to a law the state adopted in May. The first two Delaware residents set to be married are state Sen. Karen Peterson (D) and partner of 24 years, Victoria Brandy. Peterson sponsored legislation that legalized marriage equality in…

Bush says ‘civil liberties were guaranteed’ under his NSA Internet surveillance

Former President George W. Bush is insisting that a National Security Agency (NSA) Internet surveillance program started during his administration “guaranteed” civil liberties, and that Edward Snowden “damaged the country” by leaking details about it. In an interview with CNN’s Robyn Curnow published on Monday, Bush was confident that “the…

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