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REPORT: Disgraced Archbishop Cruised In Public Park And Asked for Poppers

The Minneapolis Star Tribune has more salacious allegations about disgraced former Archbishop John Nienstedt, who resigned last month. The firm conducted interviews and collected affidavits, or sworn statements, from people who worked with or knew Nienstedt. The Star Tribune has confirmed that five Catholic priests, one former priest and a former seminarian were among those who provided affidavits. In one ...

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Rupert Murdoch Turns On Trump

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GOP Field Denounces Donald Trump

The Hill reports: Republicans of all stripes spent Saturday hammering Donald Trump for his remarks mocking Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) over his time spent as a prisoner of war in Vietnam. Many of the GOP’s most visible members are suggesting the outspoken billionaire and presidential candidate went too far taunting McCain during a speech Saturday afternoon. “He was a war ...

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Third Eagle Of Apocalypse: Vatican Logo Secretly Promotes Gay Marriage

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Headline Of The Day

Via press release: A New York farm that hosts wedding ceremonies for profit does not have a “religious freedom” right to discriminate against same-sex couples, Americans United for Separation of Church and State says. In a friend-of-the-court brief filed yesterday with the New York Supreme Court’s appellate division, Americans United argues that the First Amendment does not permit the owners ...

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Obama To Appear On Daily Show

Via Reuters: President Barack Obama will tape his seventh appearance on Jon Stewart’s “Daily Show” in New York on Tuesday, the White House said on Friday. Obama has appeared on Comedy Central’s satirical news show twice as president and four times prior to that. This is likely to be the last appearance Obama makes since Stewart has announced that he ...

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Marco Rubio: We Need More Scalias

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Morning View – Provincetown

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Bush: Eat Your Heart Out, Zuckerberg

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Perkins Applauds Kentucky Clerks Bill

“County clerks spend a lot of time at court — but rarely are they in court for their beliefs. Unfortunately for Kentucky clerk Casey Davis, the ACLU is guaranteeing him a trip there as a subject of a licensing lawsuit. After an entire office of clerks quit over same-sex marriage earlier this month, leaders raced to build a firewall to ...

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Trump Vs HuffPo: Part II

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Huffington Post Moves Donald Trump Coverage To Entertainment Section

CNN reports: The Huffington Post will continue to cover Donald Trump, but the popular news site is done treating him like a legitimate presidential candidate. In a note to readers on Friday, two top editors for HuffPost said that coverage of the brash billionaire’s campaign will be a part of the site’s entertainment section. “Our reason is simple: Trump’s campaign ...

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Carly Rae Jepsen – Run Away With Me

I believe she performed this last week at Freedom To Marry’s “going out of business” gala.

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Gawker Slammed For Outing Exec

Via USA Today: Gawker drew heavy criticism Friday from online readers after the news and gossip site ran a story about the CFO of Conde Nast allegedly soliciting sex from a gay porn star. David Geithner, a married father of three and brother of former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, denied the allegations. Gawker nevertheless reported that Geithner planned to go ...

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Ben Shapiro Vs Trans Reporter

Ben Shapiro really got into it with trans reporter Zoey Tur last night. Mediaite reports: Asked by host Dr. Drew Pinsky whether Jenner deserved the ESPY award after “courageously coming forward, for having been an athlete of great prowss, and now fighting a new battle,” Shapiro spilled his disdain for the entire concept of transgenderism: “What exactly is the battle? ...

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This Week’s New Yorker

And from Politico: Donald Trump’s turn in the national spotlight is mainly taking a toll on Ted Cruz, the Texas firebrand running as an uncompromising, anti-establishment conservative. That’s the assessment of this week’s POLITICO Caucus, our weekly survey of the leading strategists, activists and political operatives in Iowa and New Hampshire. Roughly a third of Iowa and New Hampshire Republican ...

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NY Post Praises Evan Wolfson

“In a rarity for any US advocacy group, Freedom to Marry is closing up shop ‘simply’ because it won. The move is applause-worthy because it’s so rare for any ‘public interest’ lobby. Most outfits just find some new cause to justify keeping the money rolling in. ‘We achieved the goal we set out to do,’ said Evan Wolfson, Freedom to ...

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Jeb Bush Ad: Hillary Twists The Truth

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KENTUCKY: GOP Reps Intro Bill Allowing Clerks To Deny Marriage Licenses

Via the Louisville Courier-Journal: Two Republicans in the Kentucky House are sponsoring a bill for the 2016 legislative session that would clear the way for county clerks to deny same-sex marriage licenses based on religious beliefs. Rep. Stan Lee [photo], R-Lexington, and Rep. David Meade, R-Stanford, announced the legislation Wednesday in response to the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling that ...

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Ryan Anderson: I Beat The Trolls

Ryan Anderson would like you know that despite all those meanies who gave his book poor reviews, he’s made it to #1 in the hot-hot-hot Amazon category “Sociology Of Marriage & Family.” Also on that yes-there-is-such-a-thing bestsellers list is the riveting sounding 101 Questions To Ask God Before You Get Engaged, which is probably the condensed version of 1001 Questions ...

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