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  1. Thought this was hilarious! Yn6Qzrbbeg8
  2. They've passed an amendment to ban gay marriage AND domestic partnerships. So that means the only recognized union is a marriage between a man and a woman. http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/nort ... 58194.html
  3. I saw this video on the women's rights wall of facebook. Thought I'd share. Not breaking because I doubt they care. http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/2e87bd ... l-campaign
  4. Visionoyahweh

    Bella Santorum, NRA Member

    Yeah, they went there. http://www.politico.com/blogs/burns-hab ... 20479.html
  5. http://www.politicususa.com/dirty-thirt ... ng-agenda/ This is a comprehensive list that outlines all of the "wars" the Republicans are waging in numerous states. The War on women, War on marriage equality, War on Science, War on the right to vote etc. This is an excellent reference that I recommend to read. It outlines all of the political fuckery that is going on in this country right now.
  6. we thought the birth control issue was bad but this is past that by a long shot. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/0 ... 16834.html A controversial bill targeting single parents came to the table at the Senate Committee on Public Health, Human Services and Revenue public hearing in Wisconsin this week. State senator Glenn Grothman, an admitted opponent of the social welfare establishment that he believes encourages women to have children out of wedlock, introduced Senate Bill 507, which would formally consider single parenthood a contributing factor to child abuse, if passed into law. SB507 would require the Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board to emphasize that non-marital parenthood is a contributing factor to child abuse and neglect. According to the bill: Section 1. 48.982 (2) (g) 2. of the statutes is amended to read: 48.982 (2) (g) 2. Promote statewide educational and public awareness campaigns and materials for the purpose of developing public awareness of the problems of child abuse and neglect. In promoting those campaigns and materials, the board shall emphasize nonmarital parenthood as a contributing factor to child abuse and neglect. Section 2. 48.982 (2) (g) 4. of the statutes is amended to read: 48.982 (2) (g) 4. Disseminate information about the problems of and methods of preventing child abuse and neglect to the public and to organizations concerned with those problems. In disseminating that information, the board shall emphasize nonmarital parenthood as a contributing factor to child abuse and neglect. Single parents make up a third of Wisconsin parents, The Annie E. Casey Foundation reports. And according to a 2009 report from the US Census Bureau, there are approximately 13.7 million single parents across the U.S., with single mothers outpacing single fathers five to one. Grothman's previous attack on the left wing contended that because social programs are available to the poor, liberals want people to be poor and use them, financial benefits he says are driving the rise in single motherhood among low-income moms.
  7. Jenesis Jexodus

    Thomas Jefferson's "Secret Bible"

    So apparently Thomas Jefferson created his own version of the Gospels, saving what he thought was correct, and removing the rest. http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/2012/01/1 ... ?hpt=hp_c3
  8. this may or may not be safe but it is funny as hell BbrI3F7p6-o
  9. Seems republicans think the salt and potato and pizza industry should make the food guidelines. WASHINGTON (AP) - Congress is unraveling the Obama administration's attempt to make school lunches healthier, pushing back against Agriculture Department efforts to limit french fries and pizzas, reduce sodium and boost whole grains on school lunch lines. The final version of a wide-ranging spending bill released late Monday would force the department to drop an attempt to limit servings of potatoes per week, delay proposed limits on sodium and delay a requirement to boost whole grains. The department proposed the standards earlier this year. The spending bill also would allow tomato paste on pizzas to be counted as a vegetable, as it is now. The department's proposed guidelines would have attempted to prevent that. The changes had been requested by food companies that produce frozen pizzas, the salt industry and potato growers. Some conservatives in Congress have called the push for healthier foods an overreach, saying the government shouldn't be telling children what to eat. In a bill summary released Monday, Republicans on the House Appropriations Committee said the changes would "prevent overly burdensome and costly regulations and to provide greater flexibility for local school districts to improve the nutritional quality of meals." House Republicans had urged the USDA to completely rewrite the standards in their version of the bill passed in June. The Senate last month voted to block the potato limits in their version. Neither version included the language on tomato paste, which was added by negotiators on the bill from both chambers. School districts had also objected to some of the requirements, saying they go too far. Schools have long taken broad instructions from the government on what they can serve in federally subsidized meals that are served for free or reduced price to low income children. But some schools have balked at government attempts to tell them exactly what foods they can't serve. The school lunch proposal was based on 2009 recommendations by the Institute of Medicine, the health arm of the National Academy of Sciences. When the guidelines were proposed in January, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said the effort was necessary to stem the tide of childhood obesity and to prevent future health care costs. Nutrition advocate Margo Wootan of the Center for Science in the Public Interest says the changes proposed by Congress will prevent schools from serving a wider array of vegetables. Children already get enough pizza and potatoes, she says. It would also slow efforts to make pizzas - a longtime standby on school lunch lines - healthier with lower levels of sodium and whole grain crust. "They are making sure that two of the biggest problems in the school lunch program, pizza and french fries, are untouched," she said. The school lunch provisions are part of a final House-Senate compromise on a $182 billion measure would fund the day-to-day departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Justice, Transportation and Housing and Urban Development. Both the House and the Senate are expected to vote on the bill this week and send it to President Barack Obama.
  10. http://caffertyfile.blogs.cnn.com/2011/ ... =obnetwork I am very glad that more and more mainstream news outlets are discussing dominionism, what it means, and who has ties to it: I found this question on CNN's Cafferty File (the comments are really interesting): A sampling of responses from commenters: ETA: Bonnie's response, which gives me hope for the average American who is unfamiliar with dominionism.
  11. luckylassie

    Duggars and Politics?

    I was thinking about this today, what if a Duggar (weather Jimbob or any of the kids) got success in the political arena and ended up in the White House? Would you support a Duggar presidency? I might sound like a long shot or crazy idea but just suppose.
  12. here this asshat says he does not want any muslims to have worship buildings and goes on and on how bad they are then when he gets caught does the I did not mean it crap. Published: Jul 27, 2011 9:18 PM WASHINGTON (AP) - Republican Herman Cain is apologizing to Muslim leaders for vitriolic remarks he made about Islam while campaigning for the presidential nomination. The former Godfather's Pizza CEO has said communities have a right to ban Islamic mosques because Muslims are trying to inject sharia law into the U.S. He's also said he would not want a Muslim bent on killing Americans in his administration. On Wednesday, Cain met with four Muslim leaders in Sterling, Va. He said in a statement later he was "truly sorry" for comments that may have "betrayed" his commitment to the Constitution and the religious freedom it guarantees. He also acknowledged that Muslims, "like all Americans," have the right to practice freely their faith and that most Muslim Americans are peaceful and patriotic.
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