Freelance writer, Lauren R. Taylor, recently penned a piece for The Washington Post describing her efforts to address her cats in gender neutral plural pronouns- they, their and them- rather than singular he and her. About halfway through the article she demonstrates the shift [Read More]
Jihad Watch- The Qur’an contains numerous condemnations of homosexual activity: “And [We had sent] Lot when he said to his people, ‘Do you commit such immorality as no one has preceded you with from among the worlds? Indeed, you approach men with desire, instead of [Read More]
A Saint Louis man is defending his choice for a personalized license plate declaring that it has nothing to do with terrorism. The St. Louis Chapter of CAIR got involved, trying to educate the public. “It means someone who is struggling. So when you name [Read More]
Here’s the “once hip” Clinton, who Arsenio Hall introduced to America, wearing shades and playing the sax, making a jerk of himself. (For the record, at the time, I thought Clinton was corny.) In this clip he is imitating rap, which, to him, sounds like [Read More]
NYP: A thief snatched a cellphone from a 13-year-old subway rider and tried to flee on the tracks in Queens Tuesday — but karma caught up to him when he ran into an oncoming train, police sources and witnesses said.
Yesterday, Governor Phil Bryant (R-MS) signed into law a religious-freedom bill that protects Mississippi bakers, photographers, florist and other business owners from being forced against their religious objections from participating in gay marriage. Activist were quick to condemn the new law in the most [Read More]
The rapper who fell for a hoax story about Sarah Palin, and then urged a bunch of burly black guys “with big ashy c***s” to gang bang Palin, has issued an apology. Palin, in a Facebook message, said she was sick of not getting responses from Azealia [Read More]
WashingtonTimes: In the latest twist in the District’s struggles over legal marijuana, the D.C. Council Tuesday moved to permanently ban pot clubs in the city, just two months after the body approved a task force to study the issue.