Link round-up for 15 July 2012
Clinton and Obama symbolize the American dream.
Lady Atheist has a round-up of religion-themed links.
I easily scored 100% on both of these tests. How about you?
This Southern lady has had it with knuckle-dragging politicians (found via Parsley's Pics).
Heh.....Error 404, God not found.
A mother holds a new baby close.
Behold the evil and twisted gay agenda (found via Politics Plus).
If you can't avoid going to Wal-Mart, play bingo.
Long-dead ignorant savages dictate what we can and can't do.
Jack Jodell has a few questions for the right wing.
Religious thugs have terrorized another blogger into silence.
On pride, I've long thought this.
Clinton and Bush, taxes and jobs.
Verizon is evil and is trying to ruin the internet (NSFW blog).
200,000 religious nuts promise to waste their votes in November -- more of this, please!
Here's another disgusting case of abuse by a TSA agent.
The fundies' "culture of life" is a culture of ignorance and ugliness.
Charles Johnson unearths yet another ugly eruption of racism, this one at Beck's "The Blaze".
Clueless twits harass innocent Iranians in the US and Canada.
No, Obama has not "gutted welfare reform".
Taxes are now at a thirty-year low.
"Annie" recounts the pain (and absurdity) of growing up different in a conservative religious culture. Here's another example of what such people face.
Women and Hispanics are only the beginning of the Republican party's long-term problems.
The world's oldest scam is losing its grip.
I agree with this -- Paterno's legacy must be erased (except that the abolition should be permanent).
Religious crazies are nasty, even to kittens.
Romney keeps his money overseas and pays a far lower tax rate than most ordinary people. What would Republicans be saying if Obama did that?
Did Romney commit a felony by misrepresenting when he left Bain? FactCheck.org says probably not, but there's a "grey area" and Romney's own testimony undermines his position. Here's why it matters, and here's a good overview of the controversy.
George Romney was different.
Sign here to urge the IRS to enforce the law on tax-exempt churches.
Ron Paul tries to lower expectations, but his cultists won't listen.
California has advantages in coping with the heat wave. Elsewhere, watch out for exploding hay.
Britain's National Trust obfuscates about its flaming idiocy in the Giant's Causeway case.
Wave of the future? A leading Italian university switches to teaching in English.
As has already happened in Ireland and Latin America, the Catholic Church faces decline in its former bastion of Poland.
The Russian regime is trying to censor the internet, using the usual pretexts, but major Russian websites are resisting.
Australia is scary.
A top Taliban leader admits his movement can't win -- and now loathes al-Qâ'idah.
NCSE, long a defender of science education, opens up a new front.
Yes, the world-wide increase in extreme weather is linked to global warming.
National Geographic's TV channel sinks into the stupid.
Genetics is telling us a lot about how humans colonized the Americas -- but in one country, there's a problem getting data.