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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…

Lewis Black: Stop trying to make us live forever because ‘old a**holes’ need to die

Wednesday night on “The Daily Show,” comedian Lewis Black returned to the show for an edition of his recurring segment “Back in Black,” in which he announced that he is willing to negotiate on some aspects of surveillance technology. “The NSA scandal has made us a little bit skeptical of…

Australian military embroiled in fresh sexual harassment scandal

SYDNEY — The Australian military was embroiled in a new sex scandal Thursday with 17 personnel, including officers, under investigation after hundreds of “explicit and repugnant” emails and images demeaning women were uncovered. Army chief, Lieutenant-General David Morrison, said he was appalled at the revelations, which follow a government report…

LGBT activists arrested at Boehner’s office for peaceful sit-in

Eight activist from states without protections for LGBT workers were reportedly arrested during a peaceful sit-in protest at the offices of House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) on Thursday. In videos posted by BuzzFeed’s Chris Geidner, activists with GetEqual explain to Boehner staffers that they are calling for a floor vote…

Coulter shouts at Hannity over immigration: ‘You are like a liberal… the country is over!’

Conservative columnist Ann Counter is accusing Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) of being like Dr. Jack Kevorkian and helping the Republican Party to perform an assisted suicide by passing an immigration reform bill with “amnesty.” During a Wednesday interview, Fox News host Sean Hannity asked Coulter to explain her recent column…

Larry Flynt ‘never met a Republican who wasn’t… in his heart a racist’

Larry Flynt is sure that there is a Republican who isn’t “in his heart a racist,” but he’s never met one. In an interview with HuffPost Live’s Alyona Minkovsk on Wednesday, the legendary publisher said that people often ask him “why I’m always knocking Republicans.” “I’ve been around for a…

Catholic school fires teacher because she’s a domestic violence victim

A Catholic school in California has fired a teacher who was the victim of domestic violence because they said her presence threatened “the safety of the students, faculty and parents.” Carie Charlesworth told KNSD that she had worked in her school district for 14 years before Holy Trinity School in…

Maddow: Virginia Republicans move too far right and face serious voter backlash

On Wednesday night’s edition of “The Rachel Maddow Show,” host Rachel Maddow discussed the growing unease with which Virginia voters seem to be regarding their Republican elected officials. As the governor’s race begins to take shape in that state, some of Virginia’s one-time conservative stars are losing their shine with…

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