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Daily Archives: September 11, 2014

Not Cool! Public Middle Schoolers Asked to Compare George Bush to Adolph Hitler for Homework

A group of Washington D.C. sixth graders were asked to a homework assignment that would make even the most virulent Bush-basher cringe. The public school kids were asked to compare George W. Bush with Adolf Hitler. Here is the description … Read More

Why Obama Actually Talked about ‘ISIL’ Instead of ‘ISIS’ During Last Night’s Speech

All the talk in the news lately has been about the danger of ISIS. Last night during the President’s speech, though, he clearly used a different name. “Now let’s make two things clear: ISIL is not ‘Islamic.’ No religion condones … Read More

Sarah Palin and Family Allegedly Involved in Drunken Brawl

Sarah Palin and her family reportedly participated in 20-person drunken brawl at a party, also known as an ‘Anchorage Thursday.*’ According to the Alaskan gossip blog (which is apparently a thing?) The Immoral Minority, one of the Palin sons reportedly … Read More

Right Wing Rant: Ban Atheist ‘Fools’ From Military Because ‘Genuine Americans Believe in God’

American Family Association’s Bryan Fisher has written a column for One News Now in which he calls for the military to ban atheists from serving. Discussing a recent case in which an airman was denied his request to re-enlist in … Read More

Ben Carson: Evolution is an Absurd Myth, ‘Give Me a Break’

Ben Carson, who conservatives like to laud as “one of the smartest guys in the party,” isn’t just refuting the theory of evolution, he’s annoyed than anyone would even have the audacity to suggest it is true. In an interview … Read More

Conservatives Claim 9/11 Attacks a Direct Result of Legalizing Abortion in 1973

Religious conservatives from all walks of life are using the 9/11 anniversary to remind everyone that the attacks were the direct result of the Roe v. Wade decision in 1973. According to Raw Story, that’s exactly what a rabbi Jonathan … Read More

A Different Kind of 9/11 Anniversary: A Veteran’s Story

While the world marks the 13th anniversary of the day that changed everything, I am marking a different kind of anniversary, although it’s certainly related to the terror attacks in New York, Washington, and the one foiled in Somerset P.A. … Read More