Rand Paul has never wavered on Civil Rights: Except that one time: That’s not, like, really wavering, right? That’s just sort of wavering. Maybe we should let the free market decide. The latest on #TWiBRadio, #TeamBlackness obviously Rand Paul explaining how voting works to a group of students at an historically black college isn’t accidentally [...]
Michigan-based Republican National Committeeman Dave Agema is offering no apologies for his Facebook posts claiming that homosexuality is rife with health consequences and “usually leads to early death.” Instead, he doubled down on them in a conversation with the Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins during his radio show Wednesday. Show More Summary
How does Margaret Thatcher’s legacy impact Tory MPs today? This week’s Spectator magazine contains a 16-page supplement considering the premiership of Baroness Thatcher, both high and low points. On this… Continue reading The post The View from 22 — Francis Maude and Liz Truss on Margaret Thatcher appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Melissa Harris-Perry, Baratunde, and more! On today’s show, we bring you some of the greatest moments of #TWiBRadio including the conversation about the Psychology Today article on black female attractiveness, Baratunde’s take on the racist legacy in Donald Trump’s ‘birther’-ism, and Melissa Harris-Perry’s genius about the abortion debate. Show More Summary
Or, another installment of “SEK yet again looks at everything that isn’t his webcam, while Attewell just looks composed, only this time SEK also looks like a Soderberghian Smurf.” (He’s not doing himself any favors here.) This podcast discusses, among other things, gender and violence, sex and manipulation, time travel, Batman, and Attewell’s amazing ability [...]
Today on #TWiBRadio, we discuss watch the editor of Conservative Black Chick, Crystal Wright and Tucker Carlson completely miss the ever-loving point. And then Glenn Beck and company do not hear the same things we hear: So Melissa Harris-Perry wants to steal your children if they don’t drown at the hands of incompetent Negroes who [...]
This week, Bruce, Michael and Dale discuss the events of the week. The direct link to the podcast can be found here. As a reminder, if you are an iTunes user, don’t forget to subscribe to the QandO podcast, Observations, through iTunes. For those of you who don’t have iTunes, you can subscribe at Podcast [...]
Guest Post by Mara Zebest This is not a new story. I once tried to warn a Liberal co-worker who was a PETA member back in 2007 that PETA had a high kill rate. She refused to believe me, even … Continue reading ?
The day after the U.S. Supreme Court heard two days of historic arguments over marriage equality, I talked with Lee Swislow, Executive Director of Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD), which coordinated the amicus briefs and the party briefs in United States v. Windsor.
Traci Olsen returns with the Stabby Five. Social conservatives have a hard time accepting that they're the problem. Plus, Calvin Coolidge story time! You can download the podcast at these links: (iTunes / XML feed / MP3). Or watch u...
I don’t even know what’s happening. Seriously, what just happened? On today’s #TWiBRadio, we learn some gossip about Sean Hannity, Awkward Dacia is Awkward, and we discuss regional bias and humor in listener feedback. Subscribe on iTunes | Subscribe On Stitcher| Direct Download | RSS And this morning on #amTWiB, #TheMorningCrew spent more time discussing [...]
On Thursday, Mollie Hemingway of the GetReligion blog pointed out CBS's "major mistake" on the March 31, 2013 edition of Sunday Morning. On the Easter Sunday broadcast, Martha Teichner confused two biblical figures with the same name...Show More Summary
I’m against, Michael Ledeen is for … and Bill Bennett helped us hash it out yesterday. It’s here if you’re interested.
Are Iain Duncan Smith’s welfare reforms necessary to bring fairness to our benefits system? This week’s Spectator leading article argues the work and pensions secretary returned to front-line politics for… Continue reading The post The View from 22 — North Korea and Asia’s arms race, and Owen Jones vs. Toby Young appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
During testimony Monday in the case against NYPD’s stop-and-frisk policy, State Sen. Eric Adams (D-Brooklyn) recounted comments made by Police Commissioner Ray Kelly: Kelly said that officers focused on that group of people “because he wanted to instill fear in them that every time they left home they could be targeted by police.” That’s right [...]
Rep. Louis Gohmert's mind is devolving into something for which there is no diagnosis. I mean we can give it the usual label of insanity and despicable behavior, but he's sinking deep into the well of madness as every day passes. I imagine...Show More Summary
On Wednesday CBS This Morning, Jan Crawford played up how voters supposedly find Vice President Joe Biden's "gaffes almost endearing", as she reported on the potential face-off between President Obama's running mate and Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential race. Show More Summary
The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) has so far not been classified as a “hate group” by the Southern Poverty Law Center, because for the most part, the organization’s spokespeople focus their rhetoric on “traditional marriage” instead of demonizing homosexuality. Show More Summary
Alan Keyes is criminalizing the LGBTQ community again: Then you’re not only derelict in your public duty, you’re abandoning your obligation as a human being. And frankly, … I think that kind of disregard for the God-endowed natural rights of human beings is the archetype of all crimes against humanity. On today’s #TWiBRadio, we discussed [...]
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) often offers creative explanations for his positions — for example, he opposes protecting LGBT people from employment discrimination because such protections are part of a “war on religion.” During a conference call interview today with noted homophobe Rick Scarborough about his new organization, Tea Party Unity, Gohmert explained that he opposes [...]