Opponents are calling a Democratic super PAC in Florida shocking and even racist for its cartoonish depiction of Rep. Allen West (R-FL) punching an elderly white woman and laughing as he steals money from a black family
If he were a better man, Mitt Romney would have one of those dark mornings of the soul. He would wake up after a bender on virgin appletinis (known as "apple juice in a fancy glass" to the rest of us), unshaven, viciously moussed hair disheveled, and stagger into the bathroom in only his magic underwear. He'd tiredly root around for his penis and take a sputtering leak, as befits a man of his years.
Former senior intelligence officials have created a detailed surveillance system more accurate than modern facial recognition technology — and have installed it across the US under the radar of most Americans, according to emails hacked by Anonymous.
Evangelical Christian professor and blogger Warren Throckmorton was long been on a campaign of debunking Barton’s absurd assertions. In May, he and fellow Grove City College professor Michael Coulter authored Getting Jefferson Right: Fact Checking Claims about Our Third President, in which they use documents (often more complete examples of Barton’s snippets) to disprove his revisionist history.
I couldn't believe it when I first heard him say it. It was Tuesday afternoon and I was monitoring Bryan Fischer's American Family Radio show, a chore I begrudingly take on far more frequently than any LGBT people should have to. There, after hearing the AFA's most visible figure opine about Chick-fil-A for the umpteenth time and dream up new ways to verbally bully anyone who doesn't shun equality, Fischer dropped one of the most culturally insensitive attack lines I've heard from anyone on the other side of this debate.
After hearing reports that Papa John’s CEO John Schnatter told investors that “Obamacare” would force the company to raise the prices of its pizza in 2014 by 11 to 14 cents, Stephen Colbert knew the President’s health care reform had gone just a step too far.
During an appearance on Fox News on Thursday night, Sarah Palin took aim at President Barack Obama, saying she finds his speeches on the issue of civility "nauseating." "I think it's disgusting," the former Alaska governor said.
Today, August 9, GLAAD and the National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) announced that “José Luis Sin Censura" -- which is basically Estrella TV's far worse Spanish-language version of Jerry Springer that for several years aired virulent anti-gay, anti-Latino and anti-female content -- has been permanently removed from the network's broadcast schedule. The show's removal comes after a campaign that included 18 months of sustained effort from GLAAD and NHMC.