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Comedian Greg Proops skewers Reagan for destroying the utopian spirit of the 1970s

Comedian Greg Proops suggested the wave of liberal inevitability survived another decade longer than Hunter S. Thompson famously lamented in “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.” Where the gonzo journalist saw the energy sparked in mid-60s San Francisco crest and roll back in the Nixon years, Proops identified the Reagan…

Pastor John Hagee: Tuesday’s ‘blood moon’ eclipse signals the end of the world

Pastor John Hagee is warning members of his megachurch to prepare for the end of the world because a “blood moon” eclipse on Tuesday is signaling that the End Times could be beginning. On Tuesday, most of the United States will be treated to the first of four complete lunar…

Reddit co-founder tells Joe Rogan: Cable companies about to ‘f*ck up’ the Internet

The Internet faces an existential threat from the cable companies that provide service to millions of Americans, said the founder of Reddit.com. Web entrepreneur Alexis Ohanian appeared last week on the Joe Rogan Experience to talk about the future of online rights and access. He said only about six to…

Sen. Ted Cruz again attacks Obama for not enforcing federal drug laws

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Saturday once again cited federal drug laws as evidence that Barack Obama was a “lawless” president. “And then there is the pattern of lawlessness in this administration,” he said at the New Hampshire Freedom Summit. “Ignoring law after law after law. If this president doesn’t…

Wisconsin Republican Party to vote on secession at state convention in May

When Republicans in Wisconsin meet for their annual convention next month, one of the topics on the agenda will be whether the party supports seceding from the United States if necessary. According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the Wisconsin Republican Party’s Resolutions Committee voted earlier this month in favor of a…

Tea Party candidate’s ‘electile dysfunction’ ad claims Boehner has gone limp

House Speaker John Boehner’s Tea Party challenger in the Ohio Republican primary, J.D. Winteregg, released a parody advertisement today that accuses the speaker of suffering from “Electile Dysfunction.” The Tea Party Leadership Fund PAC decided to back Winteregg after internal polling revealed that only 25 percent of Rep. Boehner’s constituents…

Tea Party rep. says ‘un-American’ cattle roundup reminds her of Tiananman Square

A Tea Party lawmaker from Arizona compared the standoff between federal authorities and a stubborn Nevada rancher to Tiananmen Square. Arizona state Rep. Kelly Townsend said she was shocked by a video that shows police using a stun gun on Ammon Bundy, one of the rancher’s sons, during an altercation…

Tennessee pastor charged with child rape and sexual battery

A Tennessee pastor was arrested over the weekend after he was accused of raping a child. Capt. Kate Novitsky told WSMV that a victim came forward with accusations against 49-year-old pastor Randy Giulliani, and he was charged rape of a child and aggravated sexual battery on Friday. Novitsky said that…

God doesn’t exist, credit-reporting agency tells Brooklyn man with unique name

A Brooklyn man named “God” says a credit agency doubts the existence of his financial history. God Gazarov sued Equifax for refusing to correct its credit-reporting system so it would recognize his first name as legitimate, reported the New York Post. A customer service representative even suggested the Russian native…

Donald Trump: GOP not racist because ‘a lot of Republicans voted for the black president’

Conservative mogul Donald Trump on Monday denied charges that the Republican party was racist, saying some members of the party had defected and “voted for the black president.” Over the last week, questions of racism within the GOP have reemerged after Attorney General Eric Holder pointed to the way he…

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