Yearly Archives: 2014

Bill Donohue: Atheists Are Literally Insane And Suffer Premature Deaths

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Kirk Cameron Is America’s Top Bottom

Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas is now the worst-rated movie in the history of IMDB, beating out such cinematic classics as Track Of The Moon Beast and The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living And Became Mixed Up Zombies. I’d kind of like to see that second one. (Tipped by JMG readers Mike and Tom)

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ASAP Science: The Science Love Song

Really cute. These guys are gay, you know. (Tipped by JMG reader Daddy Ray)

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Editorial Of The Day

From the Tampa Bay Times: A federal appeals court in Atlanta ruled on the right side of history by refusing to extend a ban on gay marriage in Florida. The ruling upholds the dignity of every human being regardless of sexual orientation, and it protects the American right to privacy by limiting the government’s reach into everyday life. Attorney General …

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Porno Pete Schools Us On Hypocrisy

Peter LaBarbera gets very upset when I use the term “Teabagistan” as I did earlier today. I responded, for the hundredth time, that I’ll stop using that expression as soon he stops using homofascist, gaystapo, deviant, and pervert. He responded by calling me a homofascist and member of the “Gay-KK.” That’ll teach me! LaBarbera then refused to denounce his BFF’s …

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Putin: America Is Worse On Gay Rights

Vladimir Putin today claimed that the United States treats gay people worse than Russia does because some states still have anti-sodomy laws on the books. From the poorly-written report by the official Russian news agency TASS: “Russia recognizes and does not infringe on the rights of non-traditional sexual orientation,” he said. “It is a label (of a country violating rights …

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TRAILER: Looking: Season 2

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IRELAND: Catholic Bishops Campaign Against Same-Sex Marriage Referendum

Via Ireland’s Journal: A statement from Catholic bishops that it would be a “grave injustice” for same-sex marriage to proceed is being distributed to over 1,300 parishes throughout Ireland. The missive was put together by the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference and seeks to inform members “in preparation for the debate which will inevitably unfold during the coming referendum.” The 16-page …

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Today In Teabagistan

This is a big hit on Twitchy.

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Billboard Of The Day

Via the Catholic League: For the past several years, we’ve been engaged in a battle of the billboards with our atheist foes at Christmastime. The typical venue has been New York City, the media capital of the nation. This year we chose to put our mark on the culture by making a statement in Los Angeles, right outside of Hollywood. …

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MICHIGAN: State House Stalls LGBT Rights Bill After Anti-Gay Speech

The Michigan House yesterday tabled a comprehensive LGBT rights bill after testimony by anti-gay activist Rev. Stacy Swimp. Via Raw Story: “This proposed legislation is yet another step in the assault on religious freedom,” Swimp opined. “I asked the Commerce Committee today, can you truly define sexual orientation? Do you truly know what you are potentially aligning yourselves with? There’s …

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The Next Big LGBT Rights Battle

Via the New York Times: As barriers to same-sex marriage fall across the country, gay rights advocates are planning their next battle on Capitol Hill: a push for sweeping legislation to protect lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people from discrimination, similar to the landmark Civil Rights Act that President Lyndon B. Johnson signed in 1964. Plans for a so-called comprehensive …

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Orion Launches Successfully

Via the Guardian: Friday’s launch went smoothly, and cameras mounted on the rocket beamed back stunning pictures of the Earth as Orion blasted into the sky. The mission could have huge implications, despite its brief four-and-a-half-hour duration. Orion will fly farther than any spacecraft made for astronauts has in decades, about 3,600 miles (5,800km) above the Earth’s surface, and is …

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First Circuit Denies Scott Lively’s Petition To Dismiss Crimes Against Humanity Suit

The First Circuit Court of Appeals today denied Scott Lively’s dismissal demand in the crimes against humanity suit filed against him by Sexual Minorities Uganda. See the ruling at Equality Case Files.

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Mississippi Retreats To Goldenrod

As Mississippi no longer has a set date for its marriage stay to expire, the Wikipedia map monitors have retreated its color from cerulean to goldenrod. Or is it brown mustard?

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FOTF Has The Florida Sadz

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BREAKING: Fifth Circuit Extends Stay On Mississippi Marriage Pending Appeal

On November 26th, Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant and state Attorney General Jim Hood filed a motion with the Fifth Circuit Court which demanded an indefinite stay extension on the previous day’s marriage ruling by a federal district court. The lower court’s two week stay was scheduled to expire on December 10th and according to the state’s demand, unless an emergency …

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TRAILER: I Am Santa Claus

Catholic League blowhard Bill Donohue is very angry about this documentary. CNN executives are very excited that one of their own, Morgan Spurlock, is the man behind “I Am Santa Claus.” To prove how happy they are, they are flagging a supremely positive article about the flick by one of their online columnists, John D. Sutter. The source of their …

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MISSISSIPPI: Fifth Circuit Denies Request For Same Hearing As Texas & Louisiana

The Fifth Circuit Court today agreed to have the same panel of judges hear oral arguments in the marriage cases out of Mississippi, Texas, and Louisiana. However the court refused the Campaign For Southern Equality’s request to consolidate all three cases. Texas and Louisiana are scheduled to be heard on January 9th. The expedited date for the Mississippi hearing has …

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TRAILER: Terminator: Genisys

Via The Verge: The first trailer for Terminator: Genisys has just been released, and it’s clear that this fifth movie is a very different kind of Terminator film than what you’re used to. It’s a reboot of the series, and it’s definitely kicking things up a notch (or more) when it comes to action and scale. The film takes place …

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