Link round-up for 14 February 2016
If it's Trump vs. Sanders, here's their first debate.
Exit, pursued by a bear.
"Bernie-splaining" to black voters is now a thing, and people are noticing.
Handy tip here on secure locks.
Cartoonists just have too much material.
That poll showing Hillary and Bernie tied in Nevada is very suspect.
Don't be these people. And don't do this again.
Military atheists assert themselves in Texas.
Twitter could do better.
Know the law -- it helps.
How religious is your state?
Wingnuts hate love.
This post by Ted Nugent has to be seen to be believed.
Scalia's death will mean all-out political war, and the wingnuts' hand is already weakened.
Republicans bemoan the rise of Trump, and look to the future. Mega-donors fear the implications. But they need to face the facts.
Why do fundies find separation of church and state so hard to understand?
"And of course it didn't hurt that they were white."
Trump has finally done something unacceptable -- he's told the truth.
How bad is inequality in the US? This bad.
The latest preacher to endorse Cruz is a monster. And give this some thought.
Rubio's views on Muslims are as bad as Trump's -- but he's probably no longer a factor.
Who is really destroying American exceptionalism?
Beyond Flint -- Navajos suffer radioactive drinking water.
Did Republicans try to delay Iran's release of Americans for political reasons?
The floundering Church of England clutches at straws.
Glasgow responds pungently to legal-rape advocate Roosh V.
German revelers show their disdain for Trump.
A new app helps Iranians dodge the religious police.
That Syrian "cessation of hostilities" won't actually, you know, make the hostilities cease.
As Zika spreads birth defects across Latin America, US Republicans step up to oppose expanding abortion rights.
Here's a collection of photos from the Vietnam war, by Vietnamese photographers.
The world's biggest Islamic country is also the epicenter of female genital mutilation.
Crazy Eddie observes Darwin Day with some evolution videos.