Dave Daubenmire, the flamboyant former coach whose “News With Views” segments we mockregularly – oh, just click here for every time I’ve written about him — recently was turned down for a football coaching job, likely in large part due to his rabid, unhealthy anti-gay hysteria, which he for some reason posts online where humans can see it.
There was a lot of "crazy" for comedian Jon Stewart to review after last weekend's Conservative Political Action Conference, or as he calls it, "Burning Man for people who don’t do drugs and are afraid of fire.”
Bad news bigots. The largest study yet of children raised by same sex couples suggests that not only are these children equal to their peers raised in heterosexual parented households – but on some markers, they are actually doing better. “Children of same-sex parents are doing as well or better than the rest of the […]
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow enjoyed a chuckle on Monday over the news that the Republican establishment was apparently willing to blast its own candidate in a Florida congressional race that had been billed as a “referendum” on the Affordable Care Act.
When the State Department released its final Environmental Impact Statement, nearly all the headlines read the same: "Report Opens Way to Approval for Keystone Pipeline" and "State Dept. Keystone XL Would Have Little Impact On Climate Change." Yet after Reuters broke the news last week that the State Department was wrong in its predictions of greatly expanded rail capacity, undermining its claim of no climate impact, no major media outlet amplified the report.
Scott Lively has been caught stirring the pot yet again. New video of the radical American pastor meeting with Uganda's parliament and cabinet prior to the passing of the Kill-The-Gays-Turned-Imprision-The-Gays-For-Life bill has just been released by Mother Jones. According to magazine, "Lively, a 56-year-old Massachusetts native, specializes in stirring up anti-gay feeling around the globe." His homophobic crusade over…
Continuing the theme of imaginary persecution being experienced by Christians at the hands of gay activists, Matt Barber told disgraced, discredited former chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt that Christians are going to have to start wearing a “yellow cross” because this is like “1939 Germany here.”
Religious right-wing radio host Kevin Swanson used the animated film Frozen as his argument for attacking Disney’s opposition to the Boy Scouts of America’s ban on gay troop leaders, in audio published by Right Wing Watch on Monday.
What do House Republicans want to do with Obamacare? Depends on the day.
Last week, they passed a repeal of the law's individual mandate, pure political showmanship that appealed to the right-wing base that hasn't given up the dream of fully repealing the law.
But Tuesday they're expected to pass three minor tweaks to the law, with Democratic support -- a rare bit of actual governing for the House when it comes to the Affordable Care Act.
Hold on, though. They're not done yet.
Later this week they'll hold payments to doctors under Medicare hostage unless Democrats agree to delay Obamacare's individual mandate to buy health insurance, a non-starter with the Democratic Senate and the White House.
If your head's spinning, that's life for House Republicans and the health care reform law. They're all over the place.
Linda Harvey just did what few other conservative commentators will do. Writing for WND, Harvey came out and admitted that the anti-equality fight has absolutely nothing to do with "protecting traditional marriage" and has everything to do with disliking homosexuality