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Because you haven’t heard Pat Robertson say anything really stupid lately…
Of course, if you haven’t heard Pat Robertson say anything really stupid lately, that’s probably because you don’t listen to Pat Robertson every day. And neither do we — we haven’t the luxury of sitting around laughing all day. (more…)
And Bryan Fischer is advocating kidnapping children from nice, normal, gay parents who don’t tie up their kids in the name of religious lunacy? Yes, he is.
The enchanting couple you see at left are Adolfo and Deborah Gomez (good heavens, has her face been bitten by rats or something?), who are headed for separate trials (she on October 22nd and he on November 5th), each on (more…)
Claims to fame: Hard-right Republican Governor of Oklahoma (2011 -); former lieutenant governor; former U.S. Rep (Okla.-5th); alumna, Oklahoma Baptist University; Teabagger wannabe; mother; divorceé (thus, a biblical adulterer, as well as an accused earthly adulterer); accused witch; pro-Big Oil, pro-big business, anti-worker, radically & unreasonably pro-gun, pro-war, anti-privacy, anti-immigrant, anti-tax, anti-education, anti-woman, anti-gay theocrat & hypocrite to the nth degree (more…)
There are few stories that so greatly test our commitment to the prohibition of the death penalty as this one does:
According to her attorney, [Amber Lynn Bracci] hit the baby because she thought the young boy was “possessed.” … (more…)
This will certainly be the most sickening story you’ve ever read on ConBab (and maybe ever will). We guarantee it will disturb you as it has us — and we warn you now that the more senstive reader should probably turn away. On the other hand, we cannot think of a more devastating story to illustrate the very real dangers of fundamental Christianity (or any form of fundamentalism), especially when it has been warped so badly, so beyond any similarity to its presumed original message.
If you do read this, just don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Tema, Wikipedia tells us, “population 209,000 (2005), is a city on the Atlantic Ocean coast, east of the capital city of Accra, in the region of Greater Accra, in Ghana, West Africa. Originally a small fishing village, it grew after the construction of a large harbour in 1961 and is now is the nation’s largest sea port. … Tema is also the only well planned city by Ghana’s first president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. But in recent times, the beauty of the city is being destroyed by overpopulation stemming mainly from rural-urban migration.”
Overpopulation, however, is the least of its troubles. Ghana, like much of Africa, is a hotbed of superstition, the result of a widespread lack of education combined with the most perverted form of Christianity, which seems less concerned with eliminating irrational fears of witches and demons than with exploiting those fears to bolster its own agenda. (more…)