• Michigan Church Sues Sodomite Activist over False Testimony


    A Michigan sodomite who, falsely proclaimed that a Church in the area was pro-sodomite, has now been sued for his violation of the 9th Commandment.

    MLive reports:

    Attorneys for Jenison Bible Church claim that Daniel Vanderley did not have permission to put the church’s name on a sign that was used at a June 2015 demonstration outside an event featuring the anti-gay owner of the Dieseltec auto body shop. In the context of the pro-gay demonstration outside the event, the sign intentionally distorted the church’s belief about same-sex marriage, according to a lawsuit filed Monday, May 2, in Kent County Circuit Court.
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  • Who’s Supporting Donald Trump?


    Last week, data guru Nate Silver had an interesting analysis of Donald Trump’s supporters, arguing that they are not as “working class” as many think.

    My initial reaction was the same as (my former roommate) Michael Brendan Dougherty’s. He explains in The Week:

    Household income numbers are not all that revealing. If you wanted to guess whether the residents of certain houses were obese, you’d want to know more than the total weight of human flesh domiciled in a given house. You’d want the divisors, like number of humans. You’d want other qualifying data, like their ages. The very numbers that would tell us most about the relative strain on a household income [aren’t] available in the exit data Nate Silver uses. READ MORE...

  • Who’s Supporting Donald Trump?


    Last week, data guru Nate Silver had an interesting analysis of Donald Trump’s supporters, arguing that they are not as “working class” as many think.

    My initial reaction was the same as (my former roommate) Michael Brendan Dougherty’s. He explains in The Week:

    Household income numbers are not all that revealing. If you wanted to guess whether the residents of certain houses were obese, you’d want to know more than the total weight of human flesh domiciled in a given house. You’d want the divisors, like number of humans. You’d want other qualifying data, like their ages. The very numbers that would tell us most about the relative strain on a household income [aren’t] available in the exit data Nate Silver uses. READ MORE...

  • Homofascism and the ‘Death’ of Right and Wrong


    Last weekend, MassResistance reported that the Mayor of Boston and other state and local politicians gave a circus of a press conference in support of pending, draconian legislation in Massachusetts that would mandate all intimate, sex-segregated public facilities like restrooms and locker rooms be open to anyone, based on what he imagines or pretends his sex to be.  The Mayor also flew a “transgender” flag over Boston City Hall.

    In Alabama, the homofascists are viciously attacking Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, the “Ten Commandments Judge,” who has been one of the few men in authority in the Unites States who is standing against the unconstitutional behavior of the U.S. Supreme Court.  He has refused to meekly submit to the Court’s lawless Obergefell decision and is now facing possible removal from his position because of it. READ MORE...

  • Breaking Congressional gridlock to feed the kids


    For those of us interested in policy solutions to serious challenges facing Americans, these past few months have been discouraging. The combination of a crazy presidential race and long-standing political polarization has brought Congress almost to a standstill. Despite this environment, encouraging signs of progress can be found in at least one legislative initiative underway on the Hill. A few members of Congress and their staffs are undertaking a diligent effort to make improvements in an important area of antipoverty policy: child nutrition assistance, including the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs, as well as summer and afterschool food programs. READ MORE...

  • Manipulating the Environment to Turn Patriots into Terrorists


    As the government reports a major increase in job growth over the last quarter, its ironic that a percentage of that growth is due to the increase in gun sales that resulted from the administrations push for gun control. At this point, the American people understand that gun control is not about gun safety: it is about control, period. Honestly, the gun control debate can be used to sum up the exact differences between the left and right wing worldviews. Those on the left generally believe we are too stupid to govern our own affairs, and an intellectual elite is needed to dictate how we live our lives. The right, on the other hand, believes in principles like individual liberty and personal responsibility and that people are best off when left to self-govern. What most people fail to understand is that the left has been mastering the manipulation of human behavior for the past century, and most of our reactions, whether we like to admit it or not, are the result of purposefully fed stimulus designed to force us to react in a way that pushes us towards the desired end of total control. As I wrote in Psychology: Silent Weapon of the Elites Pushing us all Toward the Same End, the social controllers have discovered that manipulating the environment around us can force us into predictable behavior patterns that can be studied and counted on to produce the same results. The environment, unbeknownst to most of us, is used in more ways than can be imagined to gain social control, especially when it comes to pushing and gaining support for certain issues. So they like to believe. READ MORE...

  • ‘Let Them Eat Oxycontin’


    Connor Kilpatrick at the socialist Jacobin magazine says that mainstream American liberals despise the white working class. Excerpts:

    But it isn’t just the Sanders campaign zombie that liberal pundits are desperately trying to stamp out. It’s the white working class itself.

    With Clinton’s nomination a lock, liberals have become even more furious and dismissive of white workers. Commenting on Sanders’s West Virginia victory, they were quick to point out that a felon running against Obama in the same state in 2012 got nearly half as many votes. They crowed about how some of both Bernie and Clinton’s voters said Trump was their real number one choice, and much was made of how Sanders overwhelmingly won voters who want “less liberal” policies than Obama’s. READ MORE...