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Daily Archives: July 31, 2014

‘Corporate Deserters’: Stephen Colbert Slams Corporations That File Taxes Overseas and Fox News Pundits Who Defend Them

On Wednesday night’s edition of The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert took aim at corporations who “invert” their corporate structure to avoid paying US taxes. Colbert played a clip of Obama talking about big companies buying smaller overseas companies, “technically renouncing … Read More

Anti-Immigration Activist, Alex Jones: Obama Using Obamaphones to Recruit Illegal Minors to Become Child Soldiers

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC president William Gheen appeared on The Alex Jones Show and the two combined their conspiracy theories into one big one: Obama is using “Obamaphones” to recruit Central American children to be child soldiers in the … Read More

Ted Nugent: I’m Being Persecuted For ‘Doing God’s Work’

Aging rocker Ted Nugent has “penned” a new column for the right-wing “news” site WorldNetDaily, writing that he is being criticized for “doing God’s work and spotlighting the current infestation of cockroaches among us.” “They say that if you’re taking … Read More

Huh? Erik Rush Says Obama Hates Christians Because His Real Daddy is Malcolm X

Erik Rush really, really does not like Obama. In fact, he likes to blame the Commander-in-Chief for nearly everything that happens in the world, from the downed Malaysian flight to the shooting of three people by a White Supremacist outside a … Read More

The Trenches at Home: Veterans, Crime, and PTSD Through History (Part 2)

(Click for Part 1) Audie Murphy, the most decorated veteran of World War II earned “every military honor” possible. He became the face of military heroism when he returned home. Yet, his bravest act may have been when he went … Read More

ReaganBook Temporarily Shuttered After It Was Drowned by Porn and Profanity Loving Trolls

Things aren’t going well for the ReaganBook. Soon after getting publicity for its ‘liberal-free’ conservative alternative to Facebook, the site started getting inundated with nasty internet trolls. Started as a knee-jerk reaction to the fact a number of Facebook employees … Read More

The Trenches at Home: Veterans, Crime, and PTSD Through History (Part 1)

Brockton D. Hunter is a man large in stature, but gentle in demeanor. Yet, when he talks about veterans, he is anything but gentle. America, he said in a talk at the first annual Veteran Courts Conference, has a tradition of treating … Read More