09 June 2013

Link round-up for 9 June 2013

Morons fight a tree and lose (found via Mendip).

Here there be dragons.

Cake or death?  Cakes become a culture-war battlefield, but not all taboos are equal (found via Republic of Gilead).

Would you want this guy on your school board?

As the South changes, the Southern Baptist Convention goes into decline (found via Republic of Gilead).

David Frum, a voice of sanity on the right, is closing down his blog.

A prominent WND fundie declares war.

Women just can't win with the Catholic Church -- except in court.

As inequality skyrockets, support for capitalism erodes in the US.

Have some more Christian love.

Right-wing bloggers practice selective indignation about data mining.

Brave "pavers" help Texas move forward.

The new college Republicans report doesn't go far enough in addressing the party's hostility to contraception.  And the scamdals won't save it from disintegration.

Good riddance to bad rubbish.

Gallup claims it's going to address the problem of conservative-skewed samples which threw its 2012 polls off.

This could explain a lot -- the Nazis were on meth.

A German court case could trigger a new crisis for the euro or even force Germany to abandon the moribund common currency.

As Turkey's thuggish Islamist President cracks down, a hijab-free woman in red becomes an icon of the growing secularist protest movement.

Maria Konovalenko looks at some issues in popularizing life extension.

4 Comments:

Blogger Green Eagle said...

Ha...when I saw your item "good riddance to bad rubbish," I thought it was going to link to an article about Michelle Bachmann.

09 June, 2013 12:48  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

Well, it would have fitted, but I did Bachmann last week.

10 June, 2013 01:27  
Anonymous Blurber said...

Of his new dragon exhibit at the Creation Museum Ken Hamm says, "I’ve never seen an exhibit like this anywhere else.” I wonder why?

10 June, 2013 13:49  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

Guess he must just be a cutting edge thinker.....

11 June, 2013 00:08  

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