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- Why do so many (evidently) non-factual suppositions fuel gun control opposition?
- Why is there a bad feeling about JJ Abrams directing Star Wars?
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Groups such as the National Black Republican Association and Raging Elephants would have people believe (as they seem to) that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a Republican. So, apparently, would Dr. King’s Republican activist niece, Alveda King, and Ada … Continue reading
Why would The Washington Post publish an editorial that is evidently based on false/fabricated evidence?
In an April 3rd, 2013 editorial titled “Schools push a curriculum of propaganda“, George F. Will posited that: Wisconsin’s [Department of Public Instruction], in collaboration with the Orwellian-named federal program VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America; the “volunteers” are paid), … Continue reading
JJ Abrams is going to direct the next Stars Wars movie. Why do so many Star Wars fans have a bad feeling about this? Source: http://herocomplex.latimes.com/2013/01/24/j-j-abrams-directing-star-wars-many-voices-cry-out-in-reaction/
Why do so many people who agree that “A well regulated militia [is[ neceessary to the security of a free state” oppose the well regulated” part of The Second Amendment? How have unregulated militias such as The Lord’s Resistance Army, … Continue reading
Posted on Slate.com by Stefan Fatsis We shouldn’t. Jarryn Thompson of the Torrey Pines Falcons gets sandwiched by two linesman from the Carlsbad Mighty Lancers during the Pop Warner Division Finals Last week, I took part in a roundtable discussion … Continue reading
Why Aren’t Energy Drinks Required to List Caffeine Levels? Originally posed in The Atlantic by Marion Nestle, a professor in the Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health at New York University. We should be [allowed to be] more … Continue reading
Newt Gingrich: Why can’t people “get over” Richard Mourdock’s comments that rape-based pregnancies are something that “God intended to happen”?
From The Huffington Post: Those who are expressing concern about Republican Senate candidate Richard Mourdock’s controversial comments about rape and pregnancy should “get over it,” Newt Gingrich said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.” “I think even when life begins in … Continue reading