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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

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The F35 program may be the jump the shark moment for the Pentagon and the Military Industrial complex. Not only is the plane unaffordable it’s not a good plane.  When congress really looks at what could be accomplished with a tiny portion of this expense it may change the world. For countries like Canada we face the ruination of our defense budget to support a plane we don’t need.
Update from the Galloping Beaver. It seems Stealth as predicted is not a long term thing. Now the full article in Wired covers its asp, but the implication is clear, Stealth will be defeated before the planes are actually deployed. What do you say now Pete?

Update from Mound of Sound, Harpers Canada, Americas sharp end of the spear.

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Romney as Audit Chair Saw Marriott Son of BOSS Shelter Defy IRS
Sir Fred Goodwin, the former boss of Royal Bank of Scotland, is being stripped of his knighthood
Romney amending reports to show Swiss bank income
Obama hosts George H.W. and Jeb Bush at White House
Vatican Insider: Ambassadors to Holy See endorse Mitt Romney
FBI Response to FOIA Re: Bain Capital
On December 15, 2011, Defendant, President Barack Obama, moved for dismissal of Plaintiffs' challenge to his qualifications for office. Defendant's Motion to Dismiss is DENIED
Lord James UK regarding Ed Falcone (scroll down)
The Botched Departure of Josef Ackermann
The $3.87 Trillion Dollar Suit Being Hidden from American People
Rupert Murdoch's media empire reveals unprecedented $8+ trillion SEC scandal Continue reading on Examiner.com Rupert Murdoch’s media empire reveals unprecedented $8+ trillion SEC scandal - New York Headlines
Subpoena to Produce Original "Typewritten" Obama Birth Certificate on June 27, 2011
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Medical examiner: Homicide victim John Wheeler died of 'blunt force trauma
EXCLUSIVE WORLD PREMIERE ~ Ben Bernanke: Public Enemy #1 – Mr. Big Shot
The Wall Street Pentagon Papers: Biggest Scam In World History Exposed

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 Peace *and* Elections in Afghanistan?
Afghanistan is slated to hold its next national elections in the not-too-distant future. Presidential balloting is due in 2014, and parliamentary elections are scheduled for 2015. As it happens, that’s about the same time NATO is supposed to hand over full responsibility for security in the country to the Government of Afghanistan. The coincidence of these inflection points has some people worried

Do Fibromyalgia Sufferers Have A DMT Deficiency?
Grow Youthful Blog – Fibromyalgia Introduction Fibromyalgia is a hard-to-diagnose syndrome not widely recognised by most doctors. This is because it has so many different symptoms, and because its main cause (fluoride poisoning) is subject to disinformation from the industries producing fluorides. Fibromyalgia is often diagnosed as chronic fatigue. Both can last for many years, but fibromyalgia al
EPA Sets New Regulations to Curb Air Pollution From Fracking
Actual Implementation Deadline Delayed to January 2015



Biotech Worker’s Illness Raises Worries About the Growing, Largely Unregulated, Industry
Little is Known Yet About Risks to Worker Safety, Public Health, Social Justice, and the Environment
Cruel Slaughter Video Highlights Need for Harsher Penalty for Animal Welfare Offenders
Illegal LA Slaughterhouse Proves that Locally-Sourced Meat Might Not Always be Ethical
Idaho Fish and Game Report Says Trapped Black Wolf Not Shot, “Just Nicked”
Trappergate Update: Conservation Activists Encouraged. “Our Moment is Coming,” They Say
Are We Ready for Degrowth?
Like It or Not We Are Going to Have to Slow Down, Says New Research


Interview 498 – The International Forecaster with Bob Chapman
This week on The International Forecaster we discuss: the latest turns in the European crisis, from Greek chaos to Spanish panic; the unemployment figures in the US and their manipulation; and how the calls for greater regulation in the wake of these economic crises is misplaced.
Corbett Report Radio 113 – The Matrix Revealed with Jon Rappoport
Tonight we talk to Jon Rappoport of NoMoreFakeNews.com about his recent article, “The Post-Apocalyptic Education” and his new CD, The Matrix Revealed vol. 1. We talk about the logic course contained on his CD and how people can use it in their day-to-day lives to fend off the fallacious arguments of self-appointed “skeptics” and “debunkers.”
How to Control Society: Education and “National Security”
[CLICK HERE to continue watching the report on Boiling Frogs Post.] by James Corbett BoilingFrogsPost.com 17 April, 2012 The hysterical refrain “won’t someone think of the children” has been so overused as a knee-jerk populist appeal for overarching, tyrannical legislation–from proposals for internet censorship to calls for illegal government spying–that it has become a self-parodying cliche. Stil
Food World Order 016 – EnviroPigs and Rooftop Farms
Audio/Notes: http://ur1.ca/90a8n On Thursday nights, Media Monarchy joins Corbett Report Radio live on Republic Broadcasting to go over all the latest stories from the world of food, environment and health. This week’s menu features EnviroPigs, Rooftop Farms and more… Thanks as always to Morgan Lesko of WikiWorldOrder for hosting this video on his YouTube account.
Corbett Report Radio 112 – Stop Imperialism with Eric Draitser
From Syria to Pakistan to Myanmar, seismic shifts are taking place on the geopolitical chessboard. Joining us tonight to help sort through the stories behind the headlines is Eric Draitser of the website and podcast StopImperialism.com.
Interview 497 – Andrew Gavin Marshall on Class War and the College Crisis
Andrew Gavin Marshall joins us to discuss his latest three-part essay on “Class War and the College Crisis.” We talk about how the education system is used to create and maintain national identity, how this process is used for the benefit of the ruling class, and possible ways that students, academics, and the public generally can use this knowledge to empower a meaningful critique of the dominant


ROMNEY LIES: Claims John Kerry Released 2 Years Of Tax Returns But Kerry Actually Released 20
Think Progress By Judd Legum  on Apr 17, 2012 at 6:15 pm In a CNBC interview with Larry Kudlow to air later tonight, Mitt Romney defends his decision to release only two years of tax returns — both filed after he decided to run for President — by claiming that 2004 Democratic nominee John Kerry also released two years. From an advanced transcript: KUDLOW: Why not release your tax returns? Why not
Mitt Romney’s Tax Plan Is Still a Mathematical Failure
Apr 16 2012, 6:42 PM ET The Atlantic Matthew O’Brien The last time we checked in on Mitt Romney’s tax plan, the numbers didn’t add up. Actually, there weren’t any numbers to add up. Instead, there was a not very plausible promise to make the numbers add up at a later date. At stake was that Romney only spelled out the taxes and not the tax deductions that he wanted to cut. Basically, he told us w
The Morning Plum: Can Obama Turn Tables On Gas Prices?
Posted at  09:04 AM ET, 04/17/2012 The Washington Post By Greg Sargent Despite recent signs that gas prices may be about to fall, the Obama team harbors very real fears that pain at the pump could very well deprive him of credit for the recovery. It could impose additional financial hardships on swing voters who might otherwise be inclined to accept the premise that things are improving. So today,
Mitt Romney: I Am Not A Tax Crook!
Daily Kos Mon Apr 16, 2012 at 11:50 AM PDT by- Jed Lewison Mitt Romney’s campaign explainswhy he doesn’t need to release any more tax returns than the one year’s worth he’s already disclosed: Mitt Romney has been scrupulous about observing the requirements of the tax code. His income is reported and taxed in full compliance with U.S. law, and he has paid 100 percent of what he has owed. His good
Obama Skewers Senate Republicans for Blocking the Buffett Rule
Politicususa By: Jason Easley April 16, 2012 After Senate Republicans blocked the Buffett Rule, President Obama took them to task and continued riding a wave of fairness towards reelection. After only one Republicans voted with Democrats in favor of the Buffett Rule, President Obama said in a statement, Tonight, Senate Republicans voted to block the Buffett Rule, choosing once again to protect ta

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The UC Davis Pepper Spray Report
No doubt some of you have noticed that I haven't posted anything for almost two weeks. The reasons for it are fairly mundane, the ones usually associated with life, work and family. I anticipate, however, posting some new entries in the next few days.Meanwhile, you probably noticed that the Reynoso report about the UC Davis pepper spray incident was released last week. It is called the Reynoso

50 Shades of Publishing, Part I
by Doctor Science By now you've probably heard of Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James. To recap: independently e-published romance featuring explicit BDSM comes out of nowhere to massive e-sales, mainstream publishers fight for hard-copy rights to the tune of 7 figures, movie rights start bidding up, everyone and her supposedly-staid mother is talking about it. Even before I finish reading, I can
Being *that* dad
by Doctor Science The other day KJ Dell'Antonia of the NY Times' Motherlode parenting blog wrote about a Parental Quandary: When Young Boys Joke About Rape, about two recent emails she received: WARNING: cut for potentially triggery talk about rape, realistic and "joking"; also for images of canonical artistic nudity. She arrived just as a large group of fifth graders came bounding in from scho
A saturday morning fusion thread
by liberal japonicus As is usual, the perfect open thread topic appears after I post an open thread. Looked in my google news and there this was, and because Gary Farber is in my Google + circle, it's got his seal of approval. A short one or two sentence summary can't do this article justice, so here's a taste to get you started: Shortly after his 14th birthday, Taylor and Brinsmead l
a restarting friday open thread
by liberal japonicus I recently restarted doing Tai Chi. I only started doing it because a colleague was teaching it, and a schedule conflict made it impossible for me to join the group, but that conflict has disappeared, so I'm at it again. Quite amazing what a workout it is. So have you restarted anything recently? How did it turn out?


Weak ivory trafficking penalty strengthened on appeal
An appeals court in the East Region of Cameroon has sentenced a group caught trafficking 44 ivory tusks to one year jail terms and damages of FCFA 100 million (US$ 200,000) to be paid to Cameroon’s Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife (MINFOF). The judgment comes three months after a lower court sentenced the same suspects to just 30 days in jail term and a fine of less than FCFA 5 million. The r
Fish in bags among the wildlife seized at Bangkok's airport
From TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring arm of WWF Ever since their stunning discovery of a tiger cub hidden in a smuggler’s bag in 2010, wildlife authorities at Thailand’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport have been on the lookout for others attempting such crazy schemes. Now, it seems that vigilance has paid off. Critically endangered tortoises, water dragons and even American paddlefis
Cross border illegal loggers face new obstacle in Tanzania Mozambique forest agreement
Maputo, Mozambique: A new forest cooperation agreement to be signed tomorrow between Mozambique and Tanzania will dramatically increase the effectiveness of measures to stop rampant illegal logging and timber trading across the border. The memorandum of understanding between the National Directorate of Land and Forests of Mozambique (DNTF) and the Forestry and Beekeeping Division (FBD) of Tanzan
New law makes Mexico a climate leader
Today Mexico took a giant step forward, to the front lines of the fight against climate change. The Mexican House of Representatives passed a climate law, which – when approved by the Mexican Senate – will be only the second such law in the world. Mexico's climate law puts it in an elite global club, with the UK and its Climate Change Act as the only other members. WWF applauds Mexico for its le


David Ignatius Gets It Right
I'm not a fan of David Ignatius, but this is pretty close to what I would write if I were writing a post like this today.I think that Ignatius has the broad outlines of the negotiations right: “Step-by-step” and “reciprocity” are the two guideposts for this exercise. They mark a dignified process for making concessions, much like the formula that President Obama used in his January 2009 inaugural
Pet Peeves - Language and Ethnicity
For a short while, it looked like Rosetta Stone was going to include both halves of the human race in its language program. But they've gone back to men as the only species that needs to learn other languages. Proud fathers with graduating sons who will become successes. Learn a language to impress hot babes! And then, for a short time, a family, with dog, to show us how the system works. But then
Bits and Pieces - April 14, 2012
When you think the world is screwed up, try to put yourself back into 1950.Another war avoided!Some sense on airport security. I don't suppose anyone who might change the policies is listening, though.American media isn't giving us near enough on the travails of the Murdoch family. That's a sitcome I'd be willing to watch!A shout-out to a very enjoyable blog on geology.Choosing Wisely: trying to f
Bits and Pieces - April 11, 2012
Here's the only article I've found about Ann Romney's ideas on what mothers do that has much substance.I do love Siberia - here are photos of the Nenets.Opinions on how international law affects a possible Israeli attack on Iran.Some of the numbers on the New START Treaty.Those of you who are interested in raising chickens should follow this blog. Betty Cracker at Balloon Juice is documenting her

Centauri Dreams
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Neutrino Communications: An Interstellar Future?
The news that a message has been sent using a beam of neutrinos awakened a flood of memories. Back in the late 1970s I was involved with the Society for Amateur Radio Astronomers, mostly as an interested onlooker rather than as an active equipment builder. Through SARA’s journal I learned about Cosmic Search, a magazine that ran from 1979 through 1982 specializing in SETI and related issues. I acq
How Will Humans Fly to the Stars?
by Andreas Hein The immense problems of time, distance and life support invariably mean that when we talk about an interstellar mission, we talk about robotics. But the imaginative team at Icarus Interstellar, which is now setting up projects on everything from beamed lightsails (Project Forward) to pulse propulsion engines (Project Helios), has pushed into the biggest what-if of all, the question
Lightsails: Safe Passage After All?
Despite my best intentions, I still haven’t put my hands on the exchange between Robert Forward and Ian Crawford on lightsails that ran back in 1986 in JBIS, nor have I managed to come up with the source of the ‘lightsail on arrival’ illustration I mentioned last week. This was the one showing a battered and torn sail docked in what I assume was a repair facility at the end of its long journey, an
Collisions in the Interstellar Medium
Memories play tricks on us all, but trying to recall where I saw a particular image of a laser lightsail is driving me to distraction. The image showed a huge sail at the end of its journey, docked to some sort of space platform, and what defined it were the tears and holes in the giant, shredded structure. It presupposed long passage through an interstellar medium packed with hazards, and althoug


IOKIYAR to Infinity.
Ok, so I know IOKIYAR is (and has been for ages) SOP in DC. Still, the manner in which the Village took Rosengate oh-so seriously (and turned it up TO ELEVEN) but is now suddenly backpeddling re: The Nuge’s semi-coherent call for Obama’s assassination (gosh, campaign surrogates sure do say the darndest things!*) is especially galling. Steve M. breaks it down:  [T]he press will shrug off Nugent be
Happy 30th Anniversary, Canadian Charter of Rights & Freedoms
According to Louise Arbour, Canada’s internationally renowned & universally lauded Charter of Rights & Freedoms (HBD, eh?) “has transformed a country obsessed with the federal-provincial division of powers and enabled it to address its diversity in a substantive, principled way.” Gee. No wonder Harpercon insurrectionists can’t stand the fucking thing.
They’re (Still) Just Not That Into You
Sorry, Evangelicals: Only one in five Jewish Americans holds favorable views of those aligned with the Christian right, a category that includes most of Israel’s evangelical supporters. [...] The survey, conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute and published April 3, asked Jewish respondents to rate the favorability of several religious groups. Mormons received a 47% favorability rating
Etch-A-Mitt Shakes Things Up Again: Welfare Moms Better Off With “The Dignity of Work”
Via Ryan Grim (ICYMI): Apparently Ann Romney forgot to mention to Willard that moms who don’t work outside the home do THE MOST IMPORTANT JOB IN THE WORLD!!!1 and already have ample dignity, thankyouverymuchyousupersexistsoand… oh, wait — Mittens meant those moms — y’know, the ones who can’t afford dignity. Sorry. They gotsta earn their Caddies (if not teh car elevators). Related: Pay no attentio
On That Zombie Suzuki Resignation Story
The Globe: Canada’s most famous environmentalist, David Suzuki, says he left the board of his charitable foundation to avoid being a lightning rod for criticism and government attacks that would undermine its work. Still, Peter Robinson, who is the head of the David Suzuki Foundation, said the group is facing a “chill” that is leading it to pull back from important environmental debates lest it be


Tac Nukes in South Asia
Hans J. Morgenthau was a heavyweight whose books, including Politics Among Nations (1948) and In Defense of the National Interest (1951), packed a real wallop. Morgenthau also wrote with great clarity about nuclear weapons. Check out his essay, “The Four Paradoxes of Nuclear Strategy,” which appeared in the March 1964 issue of the American Political Science Review. Here’s what Morgenthau had to sa
North Korea’s ICBM Unveiled
[Updates have been transposed to the end of the post. -Ed.] Tal Inbar points out these photos from today’s military parade in Pyongyang. More details after the jump. Those are two three-stage missiles carried on large, eight-axle vehicles. YTN describes them as being about 18 m long and about 2 m in diameter. [Note: based on an examination of the photographs, the 2 m diameter figure does not ap
Iran’s Neutron Initiator Test at Parchin?
Paul-Anton Krueger, who often seems intent on seizing the fallen mantle of Mark Hibbs, has advanced the story of Iran’s R&D activities at Parchin. His article in Saturday’s Sueddeutsche Zeitung – just in time for the talks in Istanbul — redeems this blogger’s foolish promise to post something about weaponization in Iran. It’s not an explosive story, but rather implosive: its subject is an alle
Can GMD Stop North Korea’s ICBMs?
Update | April 14, 9:46 pm. AFP reports that South Korean news channel YTN has described a series of four static engine tests earlier this year for what it calls North Korea’s KN-08 ICBM. Dong-a Ilbo reported on a static engine test late last year. Korean speakers can view the YTN video and read the transcript. My article on North Korea’s emerging ICBM force is now online at 38North.org. (As alway


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Truce Shaky but neither Arab League nor West have Better Idea as Opposition Militias Fight Among Themselves
The Annan truce is shaky but neither the Arab League nor the West has a better Idea about what to do in Syria. They opposition militias in the Idlib region are fight among themselves. The growing violence has scared or repulsed many educated and middle-class Syrians, who had been hoping for greater help from outside powers. French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe said the sanctions had depleted Syrian
The Cease-fire Shakes; “Syria’s Phase of Radicalisation” by Harling
Qatar’s Emir has attacked the UN as immoral for its stand on Syria. The UN’s efforts in Syria, led by Kofi Annan, have “no more than a 3 percent” chance to succeed, the emir said at a press conference in Rome today. Meanwhile U.N. Truce observers arrive in Syria as shelling continues. The contingent is expected to grow to 250 after further negotiations with Syria. Reports suggested that the cease-
‘Don’t Drag our Revolution through the Mud!” Farouk Brigade Commander Denies Claims of the self-proclaimed “Executioner of Homs”
The Commander of the Farouk Brigade of Homs denies the claims of the self-proclaimed Executioner of Homs.  made in the article, “The Burial Brigade of Homs: An Executioner for Syria’s Rebels Tells His Story”, published on 29 March 2012 by the German news magazine SPIEGEL online. A German reporter friend asked me to post the following interview with Abdel Razaq Tlass, commander of Al Farouk brigade
“Mohammad’s American Dream in the Sea of Protest,” Documentary
“An Alawi friend is making a documentary about Syrian Demonstrations in the US.  Here is a preview. Mohammad’s American Dream in the Sea of Protest is a documentary that attempts to shed light on this current crisis through the actions, concepts and words of Mohammad, a 50-year old Syrian who emigrated to the US in the 80s.  Mohammad protests in every US-based demonstration.  Where Syrians were t


What They’re Building Up There
Here in the Manor, we are devoted to, among other things, Science. This includes the natural sciences. That is, we study Creatures. And those creatures include ants. Who are kind of hard to miss here. For they are involved in a Project. And they don’t care who knows it. From the very moment of occupancy of the Manor, I have observed a steady stream of ants proceeding up and down the front wall, fr
Passing Easter Over
I tried to do my best, here in the Manor, to get with the season, in re Passover and Easter. It’s true that I didn’t splash any lamb’s blood on my door. But I did purchase and place a new doormat. Upon which Jesus could wipe the blood off his feet, if he happened to drop by. Not that I expected him. Because I happened to know that Jesus last weekend was wallowing in roll-away-the-stone passion wit
An Interest In Ants
“There’s no difference,” Natasha was saying, “between belief in a ‘supreme intelligence’ and the faddish interest in aliens from other galaxies.” Someone protested. “Statistically there has to be life in other galaxies.” “But they’re not visiting us,” Natasha said. “How would we know?” It was Kolya; who else? “If they have achieved intergalactic flight, then they certainly have the ability to disg

External Secret Agencies Behind Sectarian Terrorism
By Sajjad Shaukat In the last few years, Pakistan has been facing suicide attacks, bomb blasts, abductions, targeted-killings ethnic violence coupled with sporadic battles of the security forces with the militants in some tribal areas and assaults on the security agencies, while, external secret agencies have also intensified sectarian terrorism in the country. As part of new wave of sectarian ter
Bargaining Leverage of Re-engagement with the US
By Sajjad Shaukat Famous political philosopher, Hans J. Morgenthau opines, “Foreign policy of a country should be moulded in accordance with the exigency of time and place.” In these terms, the joint sitting of the parliament unanimously approved the revised recommendations of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security (PCNS) on April 12 this year in connection with the re-engagement with th
Husain Haqqani Absconds
By Sajjad Shaukat The judicial commission of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, probing the memogate case censured the DG of Foreign Ministry Sohail Khan on April 12 this year, while questioning as to why the former ambassador to the United States, Husain Haqqani had not informed the embassy regarding the misplacement of his blackberry phone-set. The commission criticised Sohail for not acting on the


One Turbulent Ambassador
It is really wonderful to be back home again after almost six weeks travelling. It is also a tremendous pleasure to be able to announce this: ONE TURBULENT AMBASSADOR A play by Robin Soans A World Premiere Directed by Jessica Swale One Turbulent Ambassador follows the career of Craig Murray on his appointment as Her Majesty’s Ambassador and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Uzbekistan in 2001. M
An Evening With…Me. In support of Bradley Manning
Monday 16 April 2012 Why Do We Need Whistleblowers in a Democracy? An Evening with Craig Murray Ex Ambassador, Author, Broadcaster, Whistleblower and Human Rights Activist Small Chemistry Lecture Theatre, Main Building, Cardiff University With Bradley Manning’s impending court martial hearing and the recent WikiLeaks controversy, Craig Murray will be discussing why whistleblowing is necessary in a
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I Got Your Book: Into the Wise Dark
Let’s begin with some links: Hooray for Linda Addison, whose How to Recognize a Demon Has Become Your Friend received a Bram Stoker Award from the World Horror Association! The ToC for Steampunk Revolutions! More discussion of Hunger Games (the last link is to a review that focuses on the movie from an indigenous, social justice oriented perspective) Here’s a link to “The Inconstant Moon” by Alaya


Pakistani IT company TenPearls launches car racing game with a bang
Pakistani IT industry has been progressing rapidly over the last few years. It is heartening to see that the industry players are innovating and working in different areas to establish their expertise. Recently, TenPearls, one of the leading IT companies of Pakistan, launched “Carumba!”, a 3D car racing game for iPhone and iPad. Carumba! has been designed and developed by TenPearls’ innovation la

Missouri Lawmaker Proposes Amendment to Reject U.S. Laws
The antigovernment “Patriot” movement is big on the U.S. Constitution. Except when it’s not. For some reason, the far-right politicians who identify with and promote the Patriot movement can’t seem to get over the fact that the Constitution gives the federal government primacy over the states – even as they wrap themselves in the American flag. [...]
New Georgia Law Targets Antigovernment Sovereign Citizens
Aiming squarely at the antigovernment “sovereign citizens” movement, Georgia’s governor on Monday signed a law that will make it a felony to file fraudulent liens against public officials or employees, a tactic known as “paper terrorism.” Sovereign citizens, extremists who believe they don’t have to obey most laws or pay taxes and have been known to [...]
Three Men with White Supremacist Tattoos Convicted in Hate Crime
A Houston jury has convicted three men who sported white supremacist tattoos on federal hate crime charges for carrying out a racially motivated assault on a 29-year-old black man they cornered at a bus stop. Charles Cannon, 26, Michael McLaughlin, 41, and Brian Kerstetter, 32, face up to 10 years in prison when they are sentenced [...]
Slavery Apologist to Lecture Indiana University Students on Sex
This Friday, a far-right religious activist who co-authored a repulsive apologia for Southern slavery and argues that women were created to be “dependent and responsive” to men, will speak on sexuality and the Bible at Indiana University, Bloomington. Invited by a campus Christian group, Douglas Wilson’s impending visit to this major university has set off [...]
Psychiatrist Repudiates Infamous ‘Ex-Gay’ Study
Retired psychiatrist and Columbia University professor Robert Spitzer has repudiated his own much-criticized 2001 study that has been used for years by anti-gay activists to buttress their claims that gay men and lesbians can be “cured” of their homosexuality through therapy. In the controversial study, Spitzer claimed that some “highly motivated” LGBT people could become straight. [...]
In Latest Show of Extremism, the NRA Hosts a Muslim-Basher
The National Rifle Association (NRA) — the powerful gun lobby that has called federal law enforcement agents “jack-booted thugs,” accused President Obama of having secret plans to strip away Americans’ guns, and been the main force behind the incredibly dangerous “Stand Your Ground” laws being used to justify the killing of Trayvon Martin — is [...]


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