The abandonment of Gammy and the immorality of surrogacy
A confused story is developing from Australia where a couple is alleged to have abandoned their child, conceived via a Thai surrogate mother, after discovering that the child had Downs Syndrome.
Obama Administration Lied About Insurance Company Bailouts
It can be difficult to keep track of all the untruths the Obama Administration has told in the process of selling Obamacare to a disbelieving public, and it is tempting
I predict an upset in Hawaii’s Democratic Senate primary on Saturday.
Alas, I’m doing so because of, well, racism. Or at least a highly unseemly racialist awareness of the candidates on the part of Hawaiian Democrats: If U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz
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How A Film With A Message Is Made
To try to capture all of the horrible fictional films out there that have a “message” and put them into one post would be a viral listicle on its own.
Meet The Female Thad Chochran: Rea Scharnhorst
On the heels of Thad Cochran’s shameful campaigning in Mississippi meet Rea Scharnhorst, who attempted to portray her black conservative opponent, Shamed Dogan, as a thug in mailers sent around
Can the Federal Government Protect Us from the Ebola Outbreak
Ebola virus virion Image credit: By CDC/Cynthia Goldsmith [Public domain], via Wikimedia CommonsNigerian authorities on Monday confirmed a second case of Ebola in Africa’s most populous country. According
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#GAGov: Jason Carter Doesn’t Want to Talk about Gay Marriage
Carter is, of course, the grandson of Jimmy Carter, who was until recently the worst President since WWII. Anyways, he’s running against incumbent Republican Nathan Deal this November, and he
A Charity “Scandal”, not a TEA Party One
The GOP Establishment wing of twitter is abuzz today about this story by ProPublica writer Kim Barker. ProPublica, for those who don’t know, is a far left-wing rabblerousing organization that
Ebola Outbreak Rocks West Africa
Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Elizabeth Blackney to discuss the Ebola outbreak in West Africa,
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Negotiating a Truce with the American Version of Hamas
It is considered de rigueur in Republican circles these days to not talk about social issues. There has been a movement afoot since 2010 and before to declare a “truce” on
Tech at Night: Google is catching child abusers, and that’s a good thing.
I think many people know that Google has been developing technology to be able to detect known child pornography images. You see, child pornographers tend to ‘trade’ photos around, so
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RedState Weekly Briefing: August 4, 2014 Jay Caruso Joins Us to Discuss Halbig, Immigration, Impeachment, and More
We had a major technical malfunction last night, the struggles of doing a show with no budget, but tonight we are back on the air! Joining me are Caleb Howe,
Back To School Without Enough Choice
That Time of Year Already In Madison, AL Image Credit: Catchmyparty.com I’m sincerely convinced that a good parent is one who sacrifices from his or her
Julia Brownley’s (D, CA-26) new campaign slogan: “Erreichen über den Gang für echte Ergebnisse!”
Oh, I’m sorry: I temporarily forgot there for a moment that the official language of this country isn’t German*. As apparently so do did current Democratic incumbent Julia Brownley… at
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Is there a good reason to vote for Mitch McConnell?
Today, when I read the link trolling article by The Daily Beast’s Ben Jacobs headlined Will Tea Partiers Sink Mitch McConnell’s Kentucky Senate Reelection Bid? Betteridge’s law of headlines came to