Your Daily Trump––The Anti-Science Candidate
Reported in Scientific American
Reported in the New Yorker
Of course many Republicans fervently and sincerely believe that if we screw this world up badly enough Jesus will come.
An excellent set of charts which show how bogus the nay-sayers' claims are
This Republican congresswoman believes if she says it it must be true.
Instead of working to limit the enormous damage of global climate change Republicans have spent billions making sure communities who will never be threatened by foreign terrorists are expensively protected from foreign terrorists. Reason? Weapons manufacturers demanded higher profits.
Reported by the National Memo
Is a journalist guilty of bias if he or she believes the honest and well-informed candidate and doesn’t give equal credence to the uninformed dishonest candidate?
A discussion (as if we needed to discuss this) of why it is wrong to give equal weight to honesty and lies
Meanwhile in a wonderful twist of karma some superchristians who’ve been saying weather disasters are God’s punishment for homosexuality have had their homes flooded by the most recent weather disaster… Most of the citizens of southern Louisiana do not deserve this, but these godbotherers might.
Reported in the Independent
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