Link roundup for 13 February 2010
Most Americans are accepting of gays and lesbians -- but not those nasty homosexuals.
Here's a simple explanation of the monotheistic religions (found via Stupid Evil Bastard).
How would you debate a reincarnationist?
Real tea lovers (not teabaggers) check this out.
I should go to more Republican fund-raising events -- you can win great prizes.
Democrats, too, have a powerful new fund-raising tool.
Tancredo wants voter literacy tests. Green Eagle proposes one.
South Carolina now requires anyone plotting treason to register and pay a filing fee (found via BlondeSense).
Jonathan Kay thinks the Tea Party movement is fizzling out.
Americans understand who is to blame for the recession (found via Oliver Willis).
When Obama gets tough, it pays off.
A Republican Senator breaks ranks. Whatever his reasons, let's hope more do the same.
The anti-filibuster movement gathers steam.
Are Republicans fiscal conservatives? Let's look at the record.
Mr. Charleston is fed up with overpriced drugs, and he's not alone.
If Romney runs for President again, he'll do it smarter. But if Palin does, she may not get far.
The number of illegal aliens in the US declined last year, but it looks like some Congressmen are plotting to sneak another amnesty through.
There's just no pleasing some people -- Obama is killing too many terrorists.
Joe McCarthy never caught a single Communist -- but his legacy lives on.
As Latin America modernizes, women play an increasing role in its politics.
Germany still resists taking on the burden of bailing out Greece.
In Japan, marriage destroyer is a recognized profession. (Wait, I thought the gays were supposed to be doing that?)
View the confessions of a former Christian.
PZ Myers recommends a book on evolution for kids.
It's a big weekend for creationists in Minnesota.
Chocolate may reduce the risk of strokes (more news like this, please).
Artificial DNA crystals could reduce carbon-dioxide emissions.