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Even this Fox News pundit thinks marijuana is safer than alcohol

The U.S. government might officially consider marijuana more dangerous than alcohol, but at least one Fox News personality thinks otherwise. On Tuesday night, Fox News host Bill O’Reilly was fretting about children smoking marijuana now that Washington state and Colorado had legalized it Columnist Charles Krauthammer, however, informed him marijuana…

Creationist: Tyrannosaurus rex was created to eat plants

The king of dinosaurs — Tyrannosaurus rex — certainly was not designed to be a carnivore, according to Paul Taylor of Creation Today. The legendary Tyrannosaurus rex probably “ate people” and other dinosaurs, he said in video uploaded to YouTube on Tuesday. But the huge dinosaur with teeth as big…

Gohmert: I can say anything because ‘we’re not going to have another bald headed president’

Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) says that his bald head is liberating. On Monday, KFXK asked the Texas Republican if he ever worried that some of his over-the-top comments got too much attention after Roll Call ranked him as number one on its list of the “Most Quotable Congress members in…

Letter tells family to have ‘retarded’ autistic son ‘euthanized’

A Canadian woman was visiting her mother in Ontario on Friday when she received what she says was a hate-filled letter saying that her autistic son should be euthanized because he was “retarded” and a “nuisance.” Mother Karla Begley told Sun News that the letter said that the grandmother should…

Ron Paul to headline September ‘anti-Semitic conference’

Former U.S. Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) is being billed as the keynote speaker at a September conference sponsored by the Fatima Center, which one civil rights organization calls “the single largest group of hard-core anti-Semites in North America.” The Southern Poverty Law Center’s Hatewatch blog noted on Tuesday that Paul…

Tennessee father and son dead after AR-15 goes off and ammunition-filled room explodes

Officials in Tennessee say that a father and his 12-year-old son died over the weekend after an AR-15 assault-style rifle accidentally discharged, causing a fire and then a series of explosions in a room full of ammunition. WBBJ-TV reported on Monday that Tennessee State Bomb and Arson Investigators, the Tennessee…

County to vote to secede from Colorado and become 51st state

Residents in one rural Colorado county will get an opportunity to decide in November if they want to break away and form the 51st state. In an unanimous vote on Monday, commissioners in Weld County voted to include the initiative on November’s ballot, according to KDVR. Voters will be asked:…

Man’s scrotum swelled to 132 pounds due to lack of health insurance

A 49-year-old Las Vegas man spent more than four years with a massively enlarged scrotum. According to CNN, the mass between Wesley Warren’s legs weighed 132 pounds when doctors removed it, not counting fluid they drained from the area and smaller bits of tissue that were removed during the operation.…

Maine Gov. Paul LePage: Obama ‘hates white people’

Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) asserted last week that President Barack Obama “hates white people,” two state lawmakers who were attending his Aug. 12 speech at a Maine Republican Party fundraiser have said. The lawmakers confirmed to the Portland Press Herald on Monday that LePage told the audience that Obama…

A curious inspiration for the first stethoscope

A Curious Inspiration for the First Stethoscope (via PBS News Hour) By: Howard Markel In a monthly column for PBS NewsHour, Dr. Howard Markel revisits moments that changed the course of modern medicine, like the invention of the stethoscope. Photo By BSIP/UIG via Getty Images. Long before Hippocrates (ca. 460-380…

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