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Rep. Stockman floats new slogan: ‘If babies had guns, they wouldn’t be aborted’

Rep. Steve Stockman believes that giving guns to fetuses could completely change the abortion debate. In a message posted to the congressman’s campaign Twitter account on Thursday night, Stockman wrote, “Our campaign bumper sticker: If babies had guns, they wouldn’t be aborted.” The image of a bumper sticker with the…

N.H. police chief faces fine after teen kills self with his service weapon

A New Hampshire police chief could have to pay up to $1,000 in fines after a 15-year-old boy killed himself with the officer’s service weapon. Danville Police Chief Wade Parsons was expected to be charged with one count of negligent storage of a firearm on Friday for leaving his service…

Bryan Fischer: ‘Homofascists’ will treat Christians like Jews in the Holocaust

The director of issues analysis of the fundamentalist American Family Association (AFA) on Thursday warned that “homofascists” were going to make anti-LGBT Christians wear badges like Jews had to wear during the Holocaust in Nazi Germany. During his Focal Point radio show, AFA’s Bryan Fischer explained that he was outraged…

Indiana man arrested for taking axe to Planned Parenthood facility

A man who believes Planned Parenthood “kills babies” took an axe to a facility early Thursday morning in Bloomington, Indiana, according to the Herald Times. Police arrested 27-year-old Benjamin D. Curell on felony charges of burglary and criminal mischief due to the “extensive damage” done to the Planned Parenthood facility.…

Package containing explosives sent to Sheriff Joe Arpaio

A suspicious package sent to the controversial anti-immigration Sheriff Joe Arpaio in Flagstaff, Arizona was found to contain explosive materials, police told KPNX and the Arizona Republic on Thursday evening. An explosive test of the package revealed black powder, according to a spokesperson for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms…

8-year-old follows Tenn. lawmaker around Capitol until he drops welfare bill

A Tennessee lawmaker has relented and agreed to drop his bill linking academic performance to the family’s welfare benefits after an 8-year-old girl shamed him by following him around the state Capitol. On his way to vote on Thursday, state Sen. Stacey Campfield (R) was confronted by 8-year-old homeschooler Aamira…

Colbert warns: Americans are going to start gay-marrying their weed

Thursday night on “The Colbert Report,” host Stephen Colbert lamented the decline in our national moral character, as evinced by the fact that a majority of Americans now support same sex marriage and marijuana legalization, which can only end one way. People are going to start marrying their weed. A…

Filmmaker David Lynch touts transcendental meditation for PTSD and new documentary

Veteran filmmaker David Lynch says US authorities should use more transcendental meditation to help soldiers returning from Afghanistan with post-traumatic stress disorder. Hosting a Beverly Hills screening of “Meditation, Creativity, Peace,” his new 70-minute documentary about the technique, Lynch also touted its positive impact on troubled schoolchildren, jail inmates and…

Jon Stewart rips apart Rand Paul’s attempted outreach to black students

On The Daily Show Thursday night, host Jon Stewart and correspondent Larry Wilmore mocked Sen. Rand Paul’s (R-KY) recent speech to black students at Howard University. Stewart observed that Paul portrayed himself as courageous and heroic for appearing before the highly prestigious students, which was not a particularly dangerous situation.…

Arkansas attorney general launches investigation into Exxon oil spill

Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel on Thursday night vowed to hold Exxon Mobil accountable after the company’s pipeline ruptured and flooded a small town. He told MSNBC host Rachel Maddow that he expected oil company, not the government, to foot the bill for cleaning up the spill. McDaniel also suggested…

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