BREAKING: Atheist science professor doesn’t like religion! In a recent piece for National Geographic, Book Talk curator Simon Worrall entitled his headline, “In Age of Science, Is Religion 'Harmful Superstition'?” For the answer, he gave platform to Jerry Coyne, author of Faith vs. Fact: Why Science and Religion Are Incompatible . Coyne, an atheist and University of Chicago professor of Ecology and Evolution, answered, among other questions, why “are religion and science incompatible.” In his beginning questions, Worrall asked Coyne how, as an evolutionary biologist, “does your day job inform your views on religion?” “[T]here are a number of things... continue reading
Liberals raged on Twitter yesterday, coming to the support of a Muslim woman who complained about how she was treated on a recent United Airlines flight from Chicago to Washington, D.C. Tahera Ahmad posted on Facebook that she was “in tears” after being discriminated against United Airlines staff and passengers for simply asking for an unopened can of Diet Coke. According to Ahmad, she asked for an unopened can of soda for “hygenic reasons” but was refused that request by the flight attendant. After several more requests by Ahmad, the flight attendant explained she couldn’t do that because it could... continue reading
The liberal website Huffington Post, that once advised readers on how to avoid talking about Obamacare during Thanksgiving dinner, surprisingly confronted a serious problem for the Affordable Care Act recently. On June 1, HuffPost Live host Josh Zepps and Huffington Posts’ senior national correspondent Jonathan Cohn about the unaffordability of Obamacare. In the segment, “ What If The Affordable Care Act Isn't Affordable ?” Cohn admitted that “rate increases look higher” for 2016 than in previous years, based on proposals that insurers were required to submit to the government by June 1. Companies like Blue Cross Blue Shield of New... continue reading
It’s no secret that 1960s rock star turned environmentalist-musician Neil Young of Buffalo Springfield fame uses his celebrity status to push political agendas. In recent years he’s attacked oil and fracking , and soon Young will release an entire album entitled “The Monsanto Years” attacking genetically modified foods. Such fear mongering about GMOs has become popular in spite of more than 2,000 studies that found them “as safe or safer than conventional or organic foods.” Young’s music video for the song, “A Rock Star Bucks a Coffee Shop,” he delivers this jab, “I want a cup of coffee but I... continue reading
So you thought 50 Shades of Grey was bad? Well, now fans get to enter the tortuous mind of Christian Grey, when author EL James releases her new novel from his perspective. Grey: Fifty Shades of Grey as Told by Christian , is set to be released on June 18—the eponymous protagonist’s birthday. Written in response to high demand from drooling fans, Grey , in the words of James, “is dedicated to those readers who asked …and asked … and asked … and asked for this.” Receiving over 47,000 Instagram likes thus far, James’ June 1 announcement has been met... continue reading
“Who wouldn’t want to be part of the tradition of misogyny and homophobia?” – the sarcastic question that Netflix’s new comedy ‘Grace and Frankie’ poses at the idea of traditional wedding vows. Starring Sam Waterston, Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, and Martin Sheen – all liberals of impeccable credentials – the show focuses on the divorce of two married couples, and the subsequent “marriage” of the two ex-husbands. Yes, you read that correctly. In the first episode, the opening scene involves the four sitting at dinner, with the men abruptly declaring their intent to divorce their respective wives. But then the... continue reading
According to local media, taxpayer-funded schools are partnering with taxpayer-funded abortion providers to create – you didn’t guess it – art. Planned Parenthood of Montana recently commissioned a painted-mural for its parking lot located in Great Falls. Named after Planned Parenthood’s slogan, the “Care, No Matter What Project,” is described as a “collaborative mural project” by local media with the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art and the city’s two public high schools – Great Falls High School and C.M. Russell High School – as the collaborators. The mural, led by local artist Tyler Valley, will be unveiled by June... continue reading
● Media Helped Spread ‘Hands Up, Don’t Shoot’ Theme: Broadcast networks used the phrase, “Hands up, don’t shoot,” 140 times in protest coverage discussing the Ferguson case from Aug. 9, 2014, through March 4, 2015, the date of the Justice Department report. ● Networks Perpetuate False Claim: Despite the DOJ ruling the left’s “fact” a “myth,” the networks have continued to use the meme an additional 16 times since release of the Ferguson report. ● ABC, NBC Never Admit Expression Wasn’t True: CBS called out the “Hands up, don’t shoot” falsehood in a March 4 report saying, “Despite protests” the... continue reading
Watching PBS? Might want to ask the kindergartners to leave the room. In a May 27 piece for tax-funded PBS, NewsHour producer Saskia de Melker argued “The case for starting sex education in kindergarten.” In her piece, she held up the Netherlands as an example for the United States in “sexuality education” – for those as young as 4-years-old to learn “honest conversations about love and relationships.” To begin her piece, de Melker pointed to “Spring Fever” week in Dutch primary schools, or “the week of focused sex ed classes … for 4-year olds.” “Of course, it’s not just for... continue reading
If Christianity is the subject, TIME gives a crap … literally. This Friday, TIME published a story about a 1996 painting of the Madonna by contemporary British artist Chris Ofili. ‘The Holy Virgin Mary’ is encrusted with elephant dung and surrounded by cutouts of female genitalia from porn magazines. It’s a degrading, insulting portrayal. Naturally, TIME published a color photo of it. Time spent most of the article noting Ofili’s accomplishments, from his winning of the Turner Prize to the increasing value of the painting. An auction house in London has now estimated it to be worth over $2 million... continue reading