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Krauthammer: 'I don't believe in God' - POLITICO.com →

Right-wing stalwart denounces believing in God. I kinda hate this guy, but good for him for not letting Christian Conservative bullies twist his arm into conformity.

Seriously?! Conservative Group Asks for Help Rewriting the Bible So it’s Less ‘Liberal’ | Americans Against the Tea Party →

I actually hope this gets accomplished and succeeds so I can forever point to it as evidence the Bible is nothing more than a load of manipulative bullshit written by power hungry bastards.

I mean, there already is plenty of evidence for that, but this is so current.

Now there’s some old school misogyny for ya. Actual 1967 battleship game box.

Now there’s some old school misogyny for ya. Actual 1967 battleship game box.

Walt Disney Company rejects female artist in profoundly misogynistic manner.

Link: http://www.vulture.com/m/2013/12/walt-disney-anti-semitism-racism-sexism-frozen-head.html

Walt Disney Company rejects female artist in profoundly misogynistic manner.

Link: http://www.vulture.com/m/2013/12/walt-disney-anti-semitism-racism-sexism-frozen-head.html

George W. Bush Spending Post-Presidency Converting Jews to Christianity →

"Bush … is helping to raise money for a group whose reason for being is to stop there being Jews. It sounds alarmist, but there it is. Success for the group Bush supports would mean no more Jews."

This fuckin’ guy is just everything awful in the world rolled into one ugly fuck.


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Colbert’s brilliant “Word” segment “Inc. God We Trust” explains why corporations, which are people, should be allowed to deny health coverage, among other things, based on religion.

Palin: This isn't racist, but national debt is just like slavery →

Thank goodness she qualified her racially insensitive exploitation of American slavery to illustrate her political fear-mongering by saying that it wasn’t racist. Because I was about to say that it was racist to use the suffering of millions as a hyperbolic analogy to call attention to a political opinion, but I must be wrong, because she explicitly said it’s not racist. The fact that the history of slavery haunts us through generations of segregation and inequality, to name just a few after-effects, is obviously fodder for political football and ought to be compared to opportunistic financial panic so long as it is noted that racism is not the intent of the speaker. Palin, you have truly covered all your bases.

In the same vein, I hope you’ll know I mean no disrespect at all when I say, fuck you, you fucking, bottom-feeding, inbred loser. Crawl back into the cave you slithered out of and stay there. Not disrespectful at all, because I said it wasn’t. You shit-for-brains.

We're About to Lose Net Neutrality  And the Internet as We Know It | Wired Opinion | Wired.com →

Once upon a time, companies like AT&T, Comcast, Verizon, and others declared a war on the internet’s foundational principle: that its networks should be “neutral” and users don’t need anyone’s permission to invent, create, communicate, broadcast, or share online. The neutral and level playing field provided by permissionless innovation has empowered all of us with the freedom to express ourselves and innovate online without having to seek the permission of a remote telecom executive.

But today, that freedom won’t survive much longer if a federal court — the second most powerful court in the nation behind the Supreme Court, the DC Circuit — is set to strike down the nation’s net neutrality law, a rule adopted by the Federal Communications Commission in 2010. Some will claim the new solution “splits the baby” in a way that somehow doesn’t kill net neutrality and so we should be grateful. But make no mistake: Despite eight years of public and political activism by multitudes fighting for freedom on the internet, a court decision may soon take it away.

Nice knowing you, Internet. I guess I’ll still be able to visit some weird, unfamiliar version of you on an app somewhere.

'In God we trust' display may be required in Pa. schools — NewsWorks →

Thanks, Pennsyltucky theocratic fascists