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Pat Robertson Is Totally Pissed At Creationists

| February 6, 2014

Watch 700 Club’s Pat Robertson call out young-earth Creationism for the nonsense that it is. “You can’t just ignore the Tyrannosaurs Rex,” says the conservative Christian host. “So there was a big bang. So what?” (We’re paraphrasing, but that’s the gist of it.) h/t Right Wing Watch

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Why They Did It: The Five Worst Chechen Terrorist Attacks

| April 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

   What makes a terrorist? Nationalism? Religion? Alienation? Yes — and often in some combination of all three. If you’re surprised that two young men, who identified themselves as Chechens, are the suspects in the Boston bombings, you shouldn’t be. And in this case all three ingredients came to a boil in a metaphorical pressure […]

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The Yawns are Deafening Over North Korea’s Recent Diplomatic Evacuations

| April 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

While North Korea has warned embassies in Pyongyang to evacuate their employees, the UK seems undaunted and plans to stay. The BBC reports that while Russia is “deeply concerned,” they will remain as well. This is proof that Kim Jong-Un threats are growing wearisome even to people whose homes he could actually egg in person. […]

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North Korea Threatens to ‘Settle Accounts with the U.S.’ — Russia Warns of ‘Spiraling’

| March 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

Saluting beneath looming portraits of his father and grandfather on Friday, Kim Jong-Un held sway over thousands of military personnel and civilians as tanks and missiles rolled through Pyongyang. Following Thursday’s news of the United States/South Korea military exercises involving two stealth bombers, North Korean military officials responded via the Korean Central New Agency. The […]

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BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Sends Nuclear-Capable Stealth Bombers to South Korea

| March 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

Amid recent threats from North Korea, the United States military has flown two B-2 stealth bombers with nuclear capabilities to South Korea. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel confirmed the U.S.’s alliance with Seoul and promised that all forms of military protection would be at South Korea’s disposal. U.S. Forces in South Korea released the following statement: […]

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North Korea Cuts Final Ties — Threatens Nuclear War

| March 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

 “We are not disguising the fact that the various satellites and long-range rockets that we will fire and the high-level nuclear test we will carry out are targeted at the United States.” North Korea’s national defence commission via the KCNA According to North Korean state news, Korean Central News Agency, all ties and official forms […]

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BREAKING: Assault Weapons Ban Shot Down; Reid and Feinstein at Odds

| March 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

“Obviously I’m disappointed,” Senator Feinstein told reporters today after learning that the assault weapons ban would not be included in the upcoming gun legislation. “The enemies on this are very powerful,” she said “I’ve known that all my life.” Not all is lost, however, on firearm legislation, which will be met with a vote in […]

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Hillary Clinton Makes Direct-Address Statement in Support of Gay Rights [VIDEO]

| March 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

In her most unequivocal statement to date, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton openly discusses both her personal feelings on marriage equality, as well as her stance as a political figure. The article below discusses Clinton’s superpac, which is already gearing up for her 2016 run. Click to see that article in another window while […]

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BREAKING: Screaming Protestors Kicked Out of Brennan’s Confirmation Hearing

| February 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

WASHINGTON — Following repeated screams of protestors during the Senate confirmation hearings today, Chairman Dianne Feinstein ordered Capitol Police to momentarily empty the chamber of all spectators. Prior to the senator clearing the room, Brennan, who is nominated to head the Central Intelligence Agency, stated that while he disapproved of “harsh” CIA tactics, he is […]

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New York Times Rewrites AIDS History — Forced to Revise Ed Koch Obit

| February 2, 2013 | 1 Comment

It was clear by the 5,500-word obituary, which The New York Times posted online within moments of Mayor Koch’s death yesterday, that the paper of record had done its homework well in advance. Or so it would appear: The darkest aspect of Koch’s three terms — his five-year avoidance of the AIDS crisis, at the […]

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