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John Piper Clams Up About God As Tornado Hits Baptist Church in Mississippi

When a minor F0 tornado hit a church where gay rights activists had met last summer, Baptist preacher John Piper promptly wrote a 625-word essay explaining to his followers how the tornado was the expression of God’s wrath against gay people. Piper declared that “Jesus Christ controls the wind, including all tornados,” that God will […]

Religion Motivates Opposition To Keith Ellison

Congressional candidate Lynne Torgerson devotes 6 words to environmental issues, 11 words to her experience with gymnastics, 131 words to the issue of health care reform, and 3,470 words to an essay in which she explains her opposition to radical Islam. […]

Pawlenty Diverts Veterans Money Into Religious Programs

Who would suspect that a “Support Our Troops” license plate would fund Onward Christian Soldiers? Tim Pawlenty, apparently. He sounds like a George W. Bush of the North. […]

Amy Klobuchar’s Broken Patriot Act Promise. Minnesota Values?

It’s a funny thing, but I always had heard that Minnesota values included dependability and honesty. When Garrison Keillor talked his talk on Minnesota Public Radio, he always accented the folksy, reliable sincerity of Minnesotans. I’d thought that in Minnesota, a promise made would be a promise kept. But Senator Amy Klobuchar is eroding my […]

Amy Klobuchar's Broken Patriot Act Promise. Minnesota Values?

It’s a funny thing, but I always had heard that Minnesota values included dependability and honesty. When Garrison Keillor talked his talk on Minnesota Public Radio, he always accented the folksy, reliable sincerity of Minnesotans. I’d thought that in Minnesota, a promise made would be a promise kept. But Senator Amy Klobuchar is eroding my […]

Minnesota To Rebel Against Union To Prevent Health Care Reform

Governor Tim Pawlenty will move Minnesota toward secession just in order to protect Minnesotans from improved access to affordable health care. […]

Catholic and Baptist Vengeance Freaks, Check Your Tornado History With Jesus

After a weak F0 tornado touched down yesterday in Minneapolis and slightly damaged the Central Lutheran Church in Minneapolis, a Baptist preacher and a member of the Catholic Media Coalition sprung into action. The two representatives of the these conservative Christian religious organizations noted that in Minneapolis that day, some Lutherans had gathered to discuss […]

Do You Know Anything About Tim Pawlenty?

Does Tim Pawlenty have a national brand? Let’s do a test. Reader, without going to a search engine, your morning paper, or any other source of information, name three bits of information about Tim Pawlenty. […]

Al Franken: At the Start, he's Senator Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah

Without the responsibility of attending committee meetings or hearings over the past six months, without any ceremonial duties to attend to, and with the responsibility of his lawsuits to gain office delegated to his lawyers, Al Franken has had a lot of time on his hands… certainly a lot more time than any other member […]

Al Franken Is A Big Fat

Al Franken screwed up the easy Senate seat in Minnesota. He wasn’t even this bad at radio. […]

Michele Bachmann Calls For Revival of McCarthy Hearings

Apparently, Michele Bachmann thinks that Americans would love to see a repeat of the McCarthy hearings. Count me out. […]