Scientist’s wife suggests accepting God if He’s sciency enough

25 Apr 2015, 7:31 pm

He's sort of a superhuman hive mind, see?

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(Paul Mirengoff)I wrote here about the staging in Washington, DC of a portion of “Ferguson,” a play based exclusively on the testimony presented to the grand jury that declined to indict Officer Darren Wilson. The full play is scheduled to debut tomorrow in Los Angeles. However, the Dail

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Better than burning this b**** down I suppose

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Celebrity.

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The American Spectator

Yes, Carly Fiorina Was Fired

We still have a week to go, but it’s already clear that the Most Valuable Player of the Month will be Carly Fiorina. She wins the award because she has done what nobody else has thought to do or, more likely, had the nerve to do. She has said in a loud, clear voice that the Empress has no clo

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In the famous short story Silver Blaze, super-sleuth Sherlock Holmes is tipped off by "the curious incident of the dog" -- namely that a dog which often barked was, on the night in question, silent. This is the context in which one should consider the assertion by former Assistant Secretary of Stat


24 Apr 2015, 3:00 am

McDonald’s lost 2.3 percent in sales last quarter. I lost 2.3 percent of my lower intestine after my last Quarter Pounder. Even that fat purple moron Grimace could deduce cause and effect. If you want to feel sick after a meal, why not Mad Dog 20/20? It’s healthier, tastes better, and a
It’s everywhere. The legalese. The lawyers’ gobbledygook. The hocus‑pocus and mumbo‑jumbo from a generation dominated by the legal profession. It’s the fallout from our litigious society. The warning labels and messages are everywhere: on ladders, cigarettes, and lawnm

The Federalist

The Federalist Radio Hour: Ryan Anderson And Ilya Shapiro Debate Gay Marriage, Religious Liberty

Ryan Anderson and Ilya Shapiro debated gay marriage, religious liberty, and whether the two can peacefully co-exist in America going forward.

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Why not believe the environmentalists on global warming? Because they have a long history of failed predictions and bogus prognostications of doom.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker should shift towards the opinion of most economists and increasing numbers of Americans on immigration, not in the other direction.
As comedians face increasing pressure from social justice warriors for comedy that isn't even that transgressive, the only place to go is underground.

The Washington Free Beacon

The Men Who Started the Hugo Awards Controversy

A prominent editor of speculative fiction (a term that encompasses both science fiction and fantasy) pinpointed 2012 as the year that the genre “moved away from the white male Anglo Saxon Mayberry of its youth and towards a more mature, diverse, and inclusive future.” His words were an e

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25 Apr 2015, 4:00 am

In 1800 and 1802, respectively, two boys were born in Peebles, a small town in the Scottish Borders, each with twelve fingers and twelve toes. The locals thought their extra digits lucky. They may have been right. Shuffling around in their attic, the elder of the two found an ancient set of the En
America’s most beloved football team visited 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue on Thursday. At every turn of their White House visit, the Patriots trolled President Obama.
China’s growing space warfare capabilities are prompting the Air Force to develop military space weapons to protect U.S. satellites and shoot down enemy systems, the commander of the Air Force Space Command said in an interview that will air on Sunday. “It’s a competition I wish w

Big Government

Pope Francis' Disturbing Cuba Activism

On Wednesday, President Barack Obama announced that the United States would be changing its policy toward Cuba, opening a Havana embassy and expanding travel. “Through these changes, we intend to create more opportunities for the American and Cuban people and begin a new chapter among the na

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President Barack Obama revealed his favorite film of the year to People Magazine in an interview released on Wednesday.  Obama named Richard Linklater’s Boyhood his favorite movie of 2014.  “Boyhood was a great movie,” he told People Magazine. “That, I think,
On Wednesday's broadcast of ABC's "World News," network report Cecilia Vega confirmed North Korea was behind the cyber-attack on Sony. “Tonight, ABC News has learned federal investigators have determined North Korea is responsible for the worst corporate cyber-attack in history,” Vega
Minnesota State Representative Greg Davids is calling for embattled MIT economics professor Jonathan Gruber, the "architect" of Obamacare, to return all $329,000 he was paid by the state of Minnesota as a subcontractor on a 2011 contract to analyze the state's plan to develop its Obamacare he

American Thinker

Youth Won't be Wasted on the Old

Not only is human lifespan inexorably increasing, so too is health span. The political consequences are profound, and in some cases counterintuitive.

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Have we reached a point where the FBI is so politicized and compromised by outside influences that it can no longer do its job effectively?


25 Apr 2015, 12:00 am

Grandiose Napoleonic dreams are usually defeated by reality, and reality is the one thing Obama can’t control. 
No matter how industrial the holocaust has so often been characterized, the ancient symbolism of human sacrifice being practiced under the oak trees bleeds through the veneer of Nazi modernism. 

Heritage Foundation

Marriage Debate Marches Into Nation’s Capital Ahead of Supreme Court Case

As the debate over same-sex marriage heats up across the country, advocates for traditional marriage gathered in the nation’s capitol to make their voices heard. With... Read More The post Marriage Debate Marches Into Nation’s Capital Ahead of Supreme Court Case appeared first on T

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Less than a day after a donation fund was set up for the Oregon bakers who the state recommended be fined $135,000 for refusing to... Read More The post After Receiving Over $100K in Donations, Bakers’ Crowdfunding Page Shut Down appeared first on The Daily Signal.
DES MOINES, Iowa—In an interview with Sen. Lindsey Graham, the South Carolina Republican says he’ll announce his intentions about a presidential campaign either next month... Read More The post Lindsey Graham on Radical Islam: ‘I’m Going to Stand Up to These Thugs’ app
The amicus brief filed on behalf of Governor C. L. Otter of Idaho in the same-sex marriage case before the Supreme Court is remarkable for... Read More The post Regardless of How the Supreme Court Scrutinizes Man–Woman Marriage Laws, They Are Constitutional appeared first on The Daily Signal.

Townhall.com

You Blew It! ObamaCare Increases Food Stamps Even as the Economy Improves

We now have new meaning to the Affordable Care Act that brought us ObamaCare: more Americans can afford to be on the public dole.

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Russell Crowes The Water Diviner is a notably ambitious historical drama that showcases Crowes talents behind and in front of the camera.


25 Apr 2015, 11:01 pm

You are going to hear a lot about money in politics in the coming year and a half. Not just the amounts of donations to various campaigns and Super PACs, but about the very concept of money in politics.


25 Apr 2015, 11:01 pm

There are not many things mainstream Republicans have in common with Elizabeth Warren leftists other than their mutual disdain for crony capitalism. The main difference here is that the Left mistakenly believes that these people who feed at the trough of government are actually Republicans.

The Corner

Bobby Jindal Wows Iowa Evangelicals

Bobby Jindal is barely breaking 2 percent in Iowa polls — but you’d never know it from the way he wowed the crowd at the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition summit on Saturday. The Republican governor from Louisiana is one of nine presidential hopefuls speaking at the Des Moines-area conf

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Presidential hopefuls Marco Rubio and Scott Walker exchanged fire over foreign policy in Iowa on Saturday, hours before the two are scheduled to appear together at a Faith and Freedom Coalition summit outside of Des Moines. Speaking to The Des Moines Register editorial board on Saturday morni


25 Apr 2015, 7:33 am

Those are among the topics Jay and I discuss with the sagacious Daniel Pipes on this week’s Need to Know. Pipes has been practically clairvoyant about the Middle East for many years and he offers his insights about the damage Obama has done. (Spoiler alert: It’s not quite as bad as you


25 Apr 2015, 6:18 am

In today’s Wall Street Journal, I have a “Masterpiece” column on one of the most conservative pieces of literature ever written: “The Birthmark,” by Nathaniel Hawthorne.

Red State

Columbia Univ. sued for supporting fake rape allegation

Most of you have heard Emma Sulkowicz. She's the rather homely girl, shown above in her natural environment, who has made a college career of lugging a mattress about campus as a way of commenting on sexual assault on campus. You see, Sulkowicz claimed that she, herself, was raped and the Columbia

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Fascism doesn't start in a blowsy beer hall led by a man with a ridiculous mustache. Fascism begins on the campuses of elite universities. At Johns Hopkins Universtity, it will wear pink lace panties. At one time, probably before the nonsense of the anti-Vietnam War movement, our universities were
Over the past couple of days, we here at RedState have talked quite a bit about Hillary Clinton's backroom deals with nuclear industry bigwigs that have essentially handed our country's uranium supplies over to Russia. However, the story doesn't end with the Clintons' own backroom dealing and subse
The LGBT-Gestapo adapts rather quickly.  After Memories Pizza raised $842,432 in just a few days, and Arlene’s Flowers raised over $173 thousand on GoFundMe, the Gaystapo couldn’t let Aaron and Melissa Klein, owners of the now-shuttered Sweet Cakes by Melissa, use that fundraising
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