…After the new bill goes into effect, the teaching of sex education in Utah classrooms has to be about not having sex before marriage and fidelity within marriage. Teachers cannot advocate the use of contraceptives anymore and they cannot talk about homosexuality, even if asked by a student.
“… Super Tuesday – a 10-state GOP Primary orgy. A big, sweaty pile of lever-yankin’ Republican voters. And like most orgies, it involves a bunch of middle aged guys who are not appealing to women.” –Stephen Colbert
The World-Is-a-Safer-Place-Without Saddam
- Turkish jets strike north Iraq: rebels
- Palestinians: Airstrike kills 2 in Gaza
- US drone attack ‘kills eight militants in Pakistan’
- Afghanistan: Forces withdraw after killings
- Afghanistan, US sign deal on handover of prison
- Talk of US military in Syria divides Congress
“Rick Santorum ‘slipped the knockout punch!’ ‘Knockout punch,’ by the way, is what Rush Limbaugh slips his dates.” –Stephen Colbert on the Super Tuesday results
- Radio: Who knows how Rush Limbaugh’s real ratings stack up?
- Limbaugh about AshleyMadison.com: ‘We do not [accept] sponsor companies that help people cheat on their spouses’
- Romney heads South into evangelical states
- Pat Robertson Wants You to Smoke Pot Legally
- Mississippi governor endorses Romney
- Breitbart’s Obama college video turns out to be a dud, sparks race debate
Conservative Actress Agrees with Rush Limbaugh
Patricia Heaton’s current woes are like deja vu all over again.
The sitcom star is at the center of a media firestorm after she apologized this week to Sandra Fluke, a Georgetown law student and contraception advocate whom radio host Rush Limbaugh infamously denounced as a “slut” and “a prostitute.” Heaton, star of ABC’s “The Middle,” was forced to backpedal — and temporarily suspend her Twitter account — after a series of tweets gleefully ridiculing Fluke.
“I’m excited about the new iPad. But then I’m excited about anything that is not the Republican primaries.” –Craig Ferguson
If Only Fox News Was Next
The Murdoch family’s grip on Britain’s BSkyB is weakening, with an imminent report from lawmakers set to pile even more pressure on James Murdoch to give up his chairmanship of the broadcaster.
Rock the Voter
- Democrats block Keystone oil pipeline bill in Senate
- Women’s Group Presses Obama on Limbaugh/Maher Double Standard
- Holder disturbed by reports on NYPD Muslim spying
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Money Laundering = Vatican
The Obama administration is for the first time citing Vatican City as a potential hub for money laundering.
- Oil rises to near $107 ahead of key US jobs report
- Freddie Mac seeks $146 million in aid to stay solvent
Banks are foreclosing on America’s churches in record numbers as lenders increasingly lose patience with religious facilities that have defaulted on their mortgages, according to new data.
“It’s being reported that Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants in China are adding pork donuts to the menu. For God’s sake, do the Chinese have to beat us at everything?” –Conan O’Brien
Tips Gladly Accepted!
- Feeling racist? Blood pressure pill Propranolol may open hearts and minds
- Armored car murder suspect stashes $24K at grandmother’s grave
- Biggest solar storm in years hits, so far so good
- Former New Jersey governor goes undercover as homeless man
- James Cameron sets submarine diving world record
- Spanish town wants to grow cannabis …
Tarawa atoll, Kiribati, is seen in an aerial view. Fearing that climate change could wipe out their entire Pacific archipelago, the leaders of Kiribati are considering an unusual backup plan: moving the populace to Fiji. Kiribati President Anote Tong said that his Cabinet this week endorsed a plan to buy nearly 6,000 acres on Fiji’s main island, Viti Levu. He said the fertile land, being sold by a church group for about $9.6 million, could provide an insurance policy for Kiribati’s entire population of 103,000, though he hopes it will never be necessary for everyone to leave. Photo/Richard Vogel