Link round-up for 14 December 2014
Some American conservatives find something to like about ISIS.
Anti-suffragette propaganda posters reveal primitive attitudes of barely a century ago (found via Mendip).
It's a good thing we have Green Eagle to report on these mass right-wing revolutionary upheavals, otherwise we'd never notice them.
Should we just roll with it and replace the cops with ED-209?
Right-wingers seem kind of gloomy about the future.
Steve Jobs suffered from Stockholm syndrome.
If this is true, it's the best news I've heard in a long time.
Here's more on that Montana legislature dress code.
The US abortion rate is down, but not because of the anti-abortion movement.
Next month a passel of delusionals will gather in Louisiana to ask their imaginary friend to smite us.
Here's some history of the ideological roots of terrorism in the US, which will make your hair stand on end.
Ken Ham's stupid Noah's Ark project has bungled its chance for subsidies from the state of Kentucky.
If you haven't read McCain's great speech about the torture report, here's the whole thing. Republic of Gilead has a round-up of other right-wing responses.
Never "doxx" (destroy the online anonymity of) your opponents, even if they're bigots (found via Snowstorm 13 (NSFW tumblr)).
This anti-gay billboard achieves epic fail (found via Republic of Gilead).
The US lags far behind other advanced countries in vacation time.
Where Islam is concerned, Salon promulgates a lot of rubbish.
Sorry, grabbers, gun rights have more public support than ever before.
Elizabeth Warren is leading the fight on the budget.
Marijuana is becoming legal in more and more places -- here are some tips on using it safely (found via TYWKIWDBI). Oh, and please sign here.
E-mails among Florida Republicans reveal their deception and subversion on gerrymandering.
The exuberant blasphemers of Femen go after the Pope, Islam, and Sean Hannity.
Brits stage a sit-down protest against their conservative government's idiotic new porn rules.
Pope Francis has very reactionary views about women (found via a comment from Ahab).
Paul Krugman explains how the Greek economic crisis is driven by austerity and arrogance, and how the world has learned the wrong lessons from it (found via Frank Moraes, whose evaluation of Germany is right on target, so far as its leadership is concerned).
Greenpeace idiotically damages Peru's ancient Nazca lines during a protest, and faces well-deserved prosecution.
Atheists are being attacked and persecuted in Islamic countries, suggesting that we're becoming enough of a presence there to worry the religious nuts.
Dear Japanese nationalists: go fuck yourselves (heartily seconded). More here.
Here's an animal that weighed seven times as much as a T-rex.