Link round-up for 25 November 2012
Need a gift for a conservative? Romney campaign merchandise is available cheap.
This lady prefers a bony guy.
Here's a lot of cute baby pictures.
Tea Party Nation leader Judson Phillips still thinks Romney can win.
Robert the Skeptic has two interesting videos of mindless creatures running in circles.
Beware the evil sex demons.
Leave it to Beaver? Leave it to Obama!
Yes, this is what we want.
Johnathan Montgomery of Virginia is the latest name on the long list of Americans who spent years imprisoned for crimes that didn't happen.
Rubio's blithering about the age of the Earth does matter.
This behavior is just stupid.
Dinosaurs give way to nimbler, smarter life forms (found via Squatlo Rant).
We'll be seeing more of this -- big banks go all out to keep Elizabeth Warren away from the levers of power.
Do you eat this?*
Linda McMahon's campaign is even more disdainful of its workers than Romney's was.
Denny's does damage control.
Wingnuts lie about Obama's Thanksgiving address.
Who is this hammer-and-sickle commie socialist calling for higher taxes on the rich? (See this too).
Jim Wright calls out bigotry and gets hilarious hate mail. Oh, and here's his view of those stupid secession petitions.
Here's what science textbooks look like in Jindal's Louisiana. More Republicans here.
It seems impossible to reason with religious nuts (imagine trying it with this guy).
Racist thugs riot over Obama's victory (at a university). More conservative reactions here.
Here are five important economic trends that don't get enough attention.
Here's why Romney lost -- not crazy enough.
More big companies face reality.
Christie's embrace of Obama made him a pariah among wingnuts, but New Jerseyans approve.
Religion, not race, is the Republicans' most daunting demographic problem.
Compare America's biggest employers, then and now.
Sarah Zacharias didn't vote against Romney and Ryan.
45% of Americans wish they could skip Christmas altogether.
Liberal Republicans are trying to re-emerge. Good luck with that.
Michael Calleri lost his film-reviewing job because he wouldn't kowtow to shocking misogyny.
Here's a look at how the most and least educated states voted.
Norbrook has some advice for Republicans which they won't listen to. Instead they'll do nothing or listen to this guy or, Satan preserve us, try this. The teabaggers are still determined to purge moderates from the party, so let's make the best of it.
Religio-nutters freak out over atheist outreach to youth.
The CEO of Aetna is evil.
Britain's government-backed church votes against modernity and gets in trouble with the government.
Austerity policies have driven the euro-zone back into recession.
For once the EU Parliament does the right thing, taking a stand against internet censorship.
Hoo boy, that Thai Prime Minister is a hot chick!
This sign commemorates a fallen hero.*
Hamas left Israel no choice.
Indonesian Islamists hold a charming "celebration" for girls.
Be honest -- Iranian blogger Sattâr Beheshtî was murdered by the theocracy.
Atheism is on the rise in the Islamic world, even in Saudi Arabia; Egyptians are rebelling against an Islamist power grab (all three links found via Lady Atheist).
Most non-Catholic / non-Muslim countries have liberal abortion laws.
The greenest electronics company is -- India's Wipro.
This is not a "scientific controversy".
Since the government won't invest in a modern internet infrastructure for the US, Google will have to do it.
Here's a debunking of the "we only use 10% of our brains" myth.
British scientists restore limb function in paralyzed dogs.
[*Link re-posted since the site was down much of last week.]