Link round-up for 20 March 2016
Hey, televangelists need those private jets (found via Mendip).
Check out the photography of İlhan Eroğlu.
Some redboarders still remember me, it seems.
Beings from another world? No, from our own. But this critter looks disquietingly Cthulhoid.
Billboards will mock Ken Ham's stupid ark project.
Fair and Unbalanced blog has been down for weeks, but is trying to come back. Keep checking.
Here are the world's most photographed places -- no big surprises.
Behold, an asshole.
The St. Patrick's Parade catches up with the twenty-first century.
No one can tell me it would be better if this customer had been unarmed.
There's a fundamental conflict between sexual freedom and Christianity (found via Republic of Gilead).
Right-wing economics doesn't work in the real world.
Trumpolines have no respect.
Some people still hate gays this much (gruesome photos).
Choose wisely, accept your child's nature.
Obama's Garland nomination puts the Republicans on the defensive.
Different people have different reasons for opposing religion.
Bigotry gets expensive in Tennessee.
The forces driving illegal immigration are partly our fault -- which suggests a way of eventually solving the problem.
Iceland begins to abandon a brutal tradition.
Here's a look at the surreal world of Dâ'ish sex slavery.
Anger over migration leads to electoral gains for Germany's anti-establishment party. And I wonder how typical this Polish magazine cover is.
In India, romance sometimes needs a helping hand.
Indiana Republicans' attack on gays failed last year, so they're back to attacking abortion. Never forget who the enemy is (found via Clarissa). Here's how they lose voters, one by one. Georgia Repubs target the gays and run afoul of -- the NFL!
Krugman explains the roots of Trumpism. A rural social collapse, exacerbated by wingnut obstructionism, also contributed -- but don't look to the rightists for help.
The media are ignoring Hillary voters, though we outnumber the supporters of any other candidate. But Obama has his eye on the ball.
You Might Notice a Trend looks at some Electoral College scenarios. Addendum: He's also taking votes on what to call Trump supporters.
Green Eagle argues that Trump is not Hitler -- or at least the circumstances today are different from those that made Hitler's rise possible. I'd be interested in readers' opinions of this video ad. Anyway, there's plenty more insanity out there.
A Bernie supporter issues an appeal.
120 Republican national-security specialists post a manifesto against Trump. But the party's fight to stop him may be nearing its end.
[Image at top: Irish cartoon of Trump, found via Progressive Eruptions]