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Hitler or FDR

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The Worst Person



Ann Coulter, Perfection

Ann Coulter's at it again. The Jews need perfecting it seems, the clip also includes a nice summary of recent Coulter outrages.
Mad Kane has written an ode to Ann Coulter check it out.




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American Trouble Maker

Craig Ferguson interviews Bill Maher on Iraq, that bus has sailed. Religion is bad drugs are good. What Ann Coulter really meant when she called John Edwards a faggot, and more.




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Global Warming

Craig Ferguson weighs in on global warming. Al Gore, Hannity and Colmes, Ann Coulter and vegetarians all come in for a bit of criticism.




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Ann Coulter Dissed

Is Ann Coulter finally becoming irrelevant even when appearing on Hannity and Colmes. Oh how sweet is this watching Ann being dissed and pleading to Sean for help only to be spurned by her hero.




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Cold Hard Facts

Peter Doran sets the record straight and in the process exposes the Coulters, the Crichtons and others who misuse and distort science at every turn.

IN the debate on global warming, the data on the climate of Antarctica has been distorted, at different times, by both sides. As a polar researcher caught in the middle, I’d like to set the record straight.

Our results have been misused as “evidence” against global warming by Michael Crichton in his novel “State of Fear” and by Ann Coulter in her latest book, “Godless: The Church of Liberalism.” Search my name on the Web, and you will find pages of links to everything from climate discussion groups to Senate policy committee documents — all citing my 2002 study as reason to doubt that the earth is warming. One recent Web column even put words in my mouth. I have never said that “the unexpected colder climate in Antarctica may possibly be signaling a lessening of the current global warming cycle.” I have never thought such a thing either.

Our study did find that 58 percent of Antarctica cooled from 1966 to 2000. But during that period, the rest of the continent was warming. And climate models created since our paper was published have suggested a link between the lack of significant warming in Antarctica and the ozone hole over that continent. These models, conspicuously missing from the warming-skeptic literature, suggest that as the ozone hole heals — thanks to worldwide bans on ozone-destroying chemicals — all of Antarctica is likely to warm with the rest of the planet. An inconvenient truth?

In the meantime, I would like to remove my name from the list of scientists who dispute global warming. I know my coauthors would as well.

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George W. Bush Is Dead To Me

Nation cringes as the worst president ever continues long, painful slog to the end

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Ann Coulter's "Flatulent Raccoon Theory

Has This Country Gone Completely Insane?

This afternoon, drinking a cup of coffee while sitting in the Jesse Brown V.A. Medical Center on Chicago’s south side, a Veterans Administration cop walked up to me and said, "OK, you’ve had your 15 minutes, it’s time to go."

Interview with a Godless Conservative

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38th Skeptics Circle now available for your perusal.

Go to Venezuela, You Idiot!

I feel your pain the science buffs will enjoy this.

Church erects new Lady Liberty Statue


If your a fan of George Saunders you'll enjoy this interview.

Eat or Die


What do you say is it the best TV ad ever?

The Jesus Puzzle scroll down for the content.


Skeptics Dictionary scroll down a bit for a good discussion on Ann Coulters understanding of evolution.

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Oh my goodness I've been Limericked thanks Mad

North American Union Lou Dobbs taking on the man.

Food for thought on alternative therapy

Is God Still Dead? (audio)

Ann Coulter on Evolution What she gets wrong, fasten your seatbelts folks this is going to take some time.

Israel's Gaza Problem

Israel has used the killing of two Israeli soldiers and the capture of a third by Palestinians as an excuse to invade Gaza with overwhelming military force and demolish its infrastructure. What Israel and its benefactor -- the United States -- really want is to destroy the democratically elected Hamas government.

During the preceding weeks, Israel instigated events that resulted in the capture of the Israeli soldier. The Israeli military had killed more than 30 civilians, including three children and a pregnant woman.

Israel often talks about avoiding the deaths of innocents Palestinians, but his words tell a completely different story.

Israeli President Ehud Olmert made the astounding statement that "the lives and well-being of Sderot's [Jewish] residents are more important than the deaths of dozens of Palestinian innocents." The Associated Press quoted Olmert as saying, "I want no one to sleep at night in Gaza. I want them to know what it feels like."

Fortunately there are many in Israel who see their governments actions for what they are, violations of the Geneva Convention prohibitions against collective punishment,or as Gideon Levy puts it, "A state that takes such steps is no longer distinguishable from a terror organization."

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"Men are from Mars, Women Are from Venus and Self-Help Books are from Uranus&mdash Craig Ferguson

Overconfidence is a disadvantage in war, finds study

Women are from Venus, Men are from Mars, and self-help books are from Uranus— Craig Ferguson
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Scientists urge evolution lessons

The world's top scientists have joined forces to call for "evidence-based" teaching of evolution in schools.

A statement signed by 67 national science academies says evidence on the origins of life is being "concealed, denied, or confused" in some classes.
It lists key facts on evolution that "scientific evidence has never contradicted".

These include the formation of Earth 4.5 billion years ago, and the onset of life at least 2.5 billion years ago.

"We know of schools in various parts of the world where the children are told that the Earth is about 8,000 years old," said Yves Quere, co-chair of the Inter Academy Panel on International Issues, the global network of science academies.

"So in this statement we say you cannot teach this to children, it is wrong."

Dr Quere said the statement reflected growing concern within the scientific community that children were not being taught basic facts on evolution and the nature of scientific inquiry.

"In some countries, the simple theory of evolution is denied in the teaching of children in schools," he said.


Coulter mangles Dover case

There is an irony buried deep under the vitriol, idiocy, slander, vileness, ignorance, stupidity and simply breathtaking inanity that passes for the contribution to the public discourse of an alleged carbon-based life-form that goes by the name of Ann Coulter.


WMD

A Pentagon official who confirmed the findings said that all the weapons were pre-1991 vintage munitions "in such a degraded state they couldn't be used for what they are designed for."

Think Progress has the story


It's polite to knock. no knock warrants are unnecessary and erode our 4th amendment rights.

More No Knock


Mad Kane on Dubs Shriveling Coalition

The Bandwidth of Sex not related to Dub's shriveling whatever it was.

Don Davis on Suskind's new book The One Percent Doctrine

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Match Error

Ann Coulter Master Plan from Mad Kane

Ann Coulter and the banana guy

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Why Conservatives Can't Govern

But like all politicians, conservatives, once in office, find themselves under constant pressure from constituents to use government to improve their lives. This puts conservatives in the awkward position of managing government agencies whose missions--indeed, whose very existence--they believe to be illegitimate. Contemporary conservatism is a walking contradiction. Unable to shrink government but unwilling to improve it, conservatives attempt to split the difference, expanding government for political gain, but always in ways that validate their disregard for the very thing they are expanding. The end result is not just bigger government, but more incompetent government. . .

The collapse of the Bush presidency, in other words, is not just due to Bush's incompetence (although his administration has been incompetent beyond belief). Nor is it a response to the president's principled lack of intellectual curiosity and pitbull refusal to admit mistakes (although those character flaws are certainly real enough). And the orgy of bribery and special-interest dispensation in Congress is not the result of Tom DeLay's ruthlessness, as impressive a bully as he was. This conservative presidency and Congress imploded, not despite their conservatism, but because of it. . .

"[S]ince contemporary conservatives get their political energy from angry voices of rage and revenge, they will always blame others for the failures built into their ideology. That is why conservatism so rarely makes for a good governance party. As far as conservatives are concerned, it is always someone else's government, one reason they can be so indifferent to their own mismanagement."

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Henry Rollins Love Letter to Ann Coulter scroll down to FIELD SEGMENT
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Worth noting Human Rights Watch has a different story and calls for an independent investigation.

Human Rights Watch researchers have visited the site to examine the fatal crater and have interviewed victims, witnesses, security and medical staff.



“There has been much speculation about the cause of the beach killings, but the evidence we have gathered strongly suggests Israeli artillery fire was to blame,” said Sarah Leah Whitson, director of the Middle East and Africa division at Human Rights Watch. “It is crucial that an independent investigative team, with the necessary expertise, verify the facts in a transparent manner.”


Annibal Coulter

Blasphemy is a Good Thing

Open Debate: The Righteousness of Blasphemy

He's right you know, in a secular democracy it is just as legitimate to mock Jesus, or Mohammed, or Moses as it is to mock Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter or Bill O'Reilly. if you're a Republican feel free to substitute your favorite left-wing characters.

"if a believer demands that I, as a non-believer, observe his taboos in the public domain, he is not asking for my respect, but for my submission. And that is incompatible with a secular democracy."—Rose Flemming
What's been missing has been an acknowledgment that blasphemy isn't just something that must be tolerated. It's something that possesses a special political value of its own. Blasphemy, in short, is a good thing. It's something admirable, noble, and, yes, even respectable. Why have we forgotten this?
It must be stated and stated unequivocally that it's no more improper in healthy democratic discourse to ridicule religious figures and ideas (even core ideas) than it is to criticize and mock (other) politically important figures and ideas. Here's why.
  Formally speaking, in democratic discourse there's nothing special about religious doctrines. Like other ideologies, religion instructs and even commands people about what they should value and how they should conduct themselves. And it does so in a powerful and effective way. Ongoing controversies concerning gay marriage, abortion, war, hijab , pornography, and social services offer clear examples of this. Many clerics actually tell their congregations how to vote.

It's simply not acceptable for a participant to enter public debate, have such a powerful effect upon it, and then claim immunity from the sort of treatment to which other participants are subject. As distasteful as it may be to those invested in religious belief, mocking Mohammed, or Moses, or Jesus, is therefore no more improper than mocking Karl Marx or Adam Smith or Rush Limbaugh or Hilary Clinton. The religious can't have it both ways.

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BYU and Free Speech

Kissing Hanks Ass (video) Didn't quite work for me I preferred the text only version better.

Christians sue for the right not to be tolerant.

Oh boy another free speech disucssion. I've always felt speech about choices individuals make, religion, choosing to be an atheist, a republican, or driving an SUV were all fair game, but those things that we are born with, race, gender, sexual orientation were off limits. (update: I didn't mean to imply that I think such speech should be banned, just that criticism of those things that aren't choices isn't legitimate and those engaging in such criticism should be socially ostracized. Further that laws against discriminatory practices based on such speech are appropriate.) One question that comes to mind in this case is does the christian faith really compel someone to speak out against homosexuality.


Malhotra says her Christian faith compels her to speak out against homosexuality. But the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she's a senior, bans speech that puts down others because of their sexual orientation.

Malhotra sees that as an unacceptable infringement on her right to religious expression. So she's demanding that Georgia Tech revoke its tolerance policy.

With her lawsuit, the 22-year-old student joins a growing campaign to force public schools, state colleges and private workplaces to eliminate policies protecting gays and lesbians from harassment. The religious right aims to overturn a broad range of common tolerance programs: diversity training that promotes acceptance of gays and lesbians, speech codes that ban harsh words against homosexuality, anti-discrimination policies that require college clubs to open their membership to all. . .

Others fear the banner of religious liberty could be used to justify all manner of harassment.

"What if a person felt their religious view was that African Americans shouldn't mingle with Caucasians, or that women shouldn't work?" asked Jon Davidson, legal director of the gay rights group Lambda Legal.

update: onegoodmove reader Sara points to this article by the I don't wanna be tolerant Ruth Malhotra, whose heros include, Michelle Malkin, Phyllis Schaffly, Star Parker, and Ann Coulter.

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A little bit of pure joy Al Franken on Ann Coulter


Mother pokes fun at religion; loses son (tip to Mark)

Her ten-year-old son, Kohl lived with her and her husband in Georgia.  Like she's done many times before, Bevilacqua put her son on a plane to New York to visit his father in Orleans County for Christmas.  However, this time she didn't get him back.
Bevilacqua said her son's father filed for full custody during his visit and a judge granted it without contacting her.  She flew to New York to fight the ruling, thinking it would be an easy fight since she's always had custody.  However, Bevilacqua walked out of the Orleans County Court stripped of just about all of her parental rights.  This after County Judge James Punch learned of her involvement in a satire performance group that pokes fun at religion, called the Church of the Sub-Genius.  Court transcripts back up her claims.
"I've read through the transcripts a million times and he just said it's obvious that I shouldn't have my son.  Obvious."

hmmm, interesting Bhagat Singh more here

Video of Tweety kissing Delay's Ass

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Memory

Hannidate where Ann Coulter can find a man. (tip to Rick)

There once was a fellow named Frist thanks Mad

Avery Ant The Freaky Wal-Mart Experience Writers issue cartoon row warning.
Salman Rushdie is among a dozen writers to have put their names to a statement in a French weekly paper warning against Islamic "totalitarianism".
After having overcome fascism, Nazism, and Stalinism, the world now faces a new global totalitarian threat: Islamism. We, writers, journalists, intellectuals, call for resistance to religious totalitarianism and for the promotion of freedom, equal opportunity and secular values for all.

Recent events, prompted by the publication of drawings of Muhammad in European newspapers, have revealed the necessity of the struggle for these universal values.

This struggle will not be won by arms, but in the ideological field.

It is not a clash of civilisations nor an antagonism between West and East that we are witnessing, but a global struggle that confronts democrats and theocrats.

Like all totalitarian ideologies, Islamism is nurtured by fear and frustration.

Preachers of hatred play on these feelings to build the forces with which they can impose a world where liberty is crushed and inequality reigns.

But we say this, loud and clear: nothing, not even despair, justifies choosing darkness, totalitarianism and hatred.

Islamism is a reactionary ideology that kills equality, freedom and secularism wherever it is present.

Its victory can only lead to a world of injustice and domination: men over women, fundamentalists over others.

On the contrary, we must ensure access to universal rights for the oppressed or those discriminated against.

We reject the "cultural relativism" which implies an acceptance that men and women of Muslim culture are deprived of the right to equality, freedom and secularism in the name of the respect for certain cultures and traditions.

We refuse to renounce our critical spirit out of fear of being accused of "Islamophobia", a wretched concept that confuses criticism of Islam as a religion and stigmatisation of those who believe in it.

We defend the universality of the freedom of expression, so that a critical spirit can exist in every continent, towards each and every maltreatment and dogma.

We appeal to democrats and free spirits in every country that our century may be one of light and not dark.

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Dante's Inferno
A horror movie brings out the zombie vote to protest Bush's war
The dizzying high point of Showtime's new Masters of Horror series, the hour-long Homecoming (which premieres December 2) is easily one of the most important political films of the Bush II era. With its only slightly caricatured right-wingers, the film nails the casual fraudulence and contortionist rhetoric that are the signatures of the Bush-Cheney administration. Its dutiful hero, presidential consultant David Murch (Jon Tenney), reports to a Karl Rove�like guru named Kurt Rand (Robert Picardo) and engages in kinky power fucks with attack-bitch pundit Jane Cleaver (Thea Gill), a blonde, leggy Ann Coulter proxy with a "No Sex for All" tank top and "BSH BABE" license plates. Murch's glib, duplicitous condescension is apparently what triggers the zombie uprising: Confronting an angry mother of a dead soldier on a news talk show, he tells this Cindy Sheehan figure, "If I had one wish . . . I would wish for your son to come back," so he could assure the country of the importance of the war. The boy does return, along with legions of fallen combatants, and they all beg to differ.
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Dr. Germ and Mrs. Anthrax Set Free by Robert Scheer asks a damn good question why were Dr. Germ and Mrs. Anthrax released.

Why is it not bigger news that those infamous Iraqi female scientists once routinely referred to in the media as "Dr. Germ" and "Mrs. Anthrax" have been quietly released from imprisonment in Iraq without any charges being brought by their US captors? Don't the newspapers and TV networks that all but pre-convicted them of crimes against humanity owe them--and us--the courtesy of an explanation for the sudden presumption of their innocence?
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Ann Coulter With Bill Maher



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