This US Army parody definitely struck a nerve.
According to science, this is unlikely.
Log Cabin Republicans Chairman Charles Moran: “A lot of us knew we were Republican before we knew we were gay, so this is home for us.”
Prosecutors have charged Kyle Muehlhauser, president of Maryland’s Rams Head Group, with multiple counts of visual surveillance with prurient intent, along with multiple peeping Tom violations.
Dianne Feinstein calls Benjamin Netanyahu “ignorant.” I’m glad someone has finally said it.
Bill O’Reilly: “[I] was about to knock on the door [when de Mohrenschildt] blew his brains out with a shotgun.”
Westboro Baptist has announced its intent to picket “f*g enabler without peer” Leonard Nimoy’s funeral.
A rally to promote religious tolerance was interrupted by so-called Christians armed with Islamophobic signs and slurs.
Some Christians seem to think freedom of religion and assembly only apply to them.
If you’re in need of a good hearty laugh today, then this will do the trick.
A bakery that made headlines for refusing to make a cake for a gay couple is going under.
“Coach” Dave Daubenmire has waited a month to tell us what he thought about Katy Perry’s Super Bowl halftime show. You can decide if the wait was worth it.
“I tried to convince him not to go, but he didn’t want to change his mind. He wasn’t a bad person.”
Some Americans May Soon Be Banned From Federal Buildings And Airplanes Just Because Of Where They Live
What would happen if you found out that because of where you live, you might not be able to fly even within the United States?
Are you reconsidering the role of religion in your life? Feeling shunned for even asking questions? Not sure about where to turn next? The Hotline Project can help: 184-I-DOUBT-IT
Oh, is this headline a tad misleading? Yes, and so’s the GOP’s claim about Obama’s so-called ban on bullets for assault rifles.
“If Scott Walker sees 100,000 teachers & firefighters as his enemies, maybe it’s time we take a closer look at his friends.” – Sen. Elizabeth Warren via Twitter