I kid you not: according to a leaked presentation by the National Security Agency’s ongoing “XKeyscore” program, the whole idea for finding terrorists is to scoop up everybody’s internet activity, store it, and search for “suspicious stuff”: Well, Hell’s Bells and cockleshells! The NSA didn’t
If you ever visit the historical sites of Boston or Philadelphia, you’ll notice t-shirts and buttons for sale at just about every available souvenir stand, referencing Benjamin Franklin’s quote, “Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.” Made by historically-minded
… while Americans Elect twitter talk apparently jumps the shark, dominated.
Apparently, Roman Catholic priests are more afraid of being joked about than they are of demons with supernatural strength sent to defeat them.
To the tune of “They’re Always in the Way” (aka “Father’s Whiskers”): My name is Rodney Blago I head up Illinois I don’t mind all the power But the laws get me annoyed Oh, they’re always in the way And only chumps obey Those laws
Ever eager to make America a more Biblical land, the American Family Association has finally given up on its project of reshaping Florida to look like Judea. There just weren’t enough backhoes. The AFA’s backup plan: to sell “the Original Christmas Cross” at a low,
Jim Wilson of the New York Times captured these posters on film in today’s article on the last-minute influx of money from the Catholic and Mormon churches to prevail in Proposition 8’s effort to preserve discrimination and squelch equal protection under the law for gay
I miss Sarah Palin already. I’ll always cherish the happy moments. The warm grins over the repeated use of the word “also” to end a sentence, the special feeling we all got from discovering another connection to witch hunters, the secret hope that Sarah Palin
Over last weekend, the discovery of the “Montauk Monster” on a beach near the Hamptons on Long Island created quite a stir. A significant difference between the case of the Montauk Monster and other cryptids is the existence of rather clear photographic evidence. Just look
Earlier today, F.G. Fitzer wrote a silly piece in which he said Christian conservative Pat Robertson had got it all wrong when he said, “If I heard the Lord right about 2006, the coasts of America will be lashed by storms.” Fitzer had a little