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Texas lawmaker defends 19 inmate deaths: Texans ‘don’t want air-conditioned prisons’

Lawmakers in Texas on Tuesday defended the lack of air-conditioning in state prisons after a report linked 19 inmate deaths to extreme heat. A study released by the University of Texas Law School’s Human Rights Clinic warned that the state was violating the constitutional prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment,…

Indiana man on synthetic pot allegedly punched out 4-year-old and threatened Obama

A Granger, IN man who claims the federal government used him as a sex slave is accused of brutally striking a 4-year-old boy and of threatening President Barack Obama. According to WSBT-TV, 25-year-old Eric Parks is charged with two class-D felonies, battery and intimidation. Parks went on a rampage in…

Missouri GOP begins impeachment of governor for giving gay couples equal tax breaks

Republicans in the Missouri legislature are schedule to begin impeachment proceedings against Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon on Wednesday because he has said that same-sex couples could file state returns jointly, allowing them to receive the same tax breaks as straight couples. Although Missouri does not allow same-sex couples to marry…

Sean Hannity guest: Liberals inspired Kansas shooter, Obama causing ‘modern Holocaust’

David Horowitz, conservative activist and founder of TruthRevolt.com, agreed with radio host Sean Hannity on Tuesday that President Barack Obama’s support of Muslims was going to result in a modern-day Holocaust. On his Tuesday radio show, Hannity pointed to the president’s “support” of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, and asked…

Fox analyst: Letting voters ‘harm’ minorities is the ‘beauty’ of affirmative action ban

Fox News senior judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano on Tuesday praised the Supreme Court for upholding Michigan’s ban on affirmative action, saying that it was an issue “the Civil War was supposed to have resolved.” In a 6-2 decision on Tuesday, the Supreme Court upheld a voter-approved initiative banning affirmative action…

Baptist conference warns pastors: Gay people have the morality of biblical extortionists

Russell D. Moore, the president of Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, on Tuesday encouraged pastors to minister to LGBT people, which he said would be like Jesus meeting with tax collectors in the Bible. Speaking at the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission Summit in Nashville, Moore was asked…

NASA chief touts deep space exploration: We can only survive if we are a multi-planet species

NASA administrator Charles Bolden said Tuesday that humanity faced certain extinction unless it developed the technology to colonize other planets. “We today are Earth-reliant,” he said at the Humans to Mars Summit 2014, held at George Washington University in Washington. “We are dependent on being on this planet. We are…

Chris Christie vows not to legalize pot: New Jersey doesn’t want Colorado’s ‘quality of life’

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) on Monday said that marijuana legalization would not happen while he was in office because he did not want the Colorado “quality of life” in New Jersey. A caller on New Jersey 101.5 radio pointed out to Christie that legalization seemed inevitable because of…

Indiana man fatally shoots wife, then self in church school parking lot after rape charges

An Indiana man allegedly fatally shot his wife and then turned the gun on himself in a school parking lot just months after he was charged for raping her. According to WMAQ, officers responding to St. Mary Catholic School in Griffith, Indiana on Monday found Nina Castro on the ground…

Fox guest mocks liberals on Keystone pipeline: Cars don’t run on ‘unicorn tears’

A Fox News guest on Monday encouraged President Barack Obama to approve the Keystone XL pipeline because cars do not run on “unicorn tears.” After Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), chair of the Democratic National Committee, said that she didn’t believe that politics would be a factor in whether or…

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