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Miss America Organization Defends Kira Kazantsev Working at Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz

The Miss America organization is defending newly-crowned Miss America Kira Kazantsev, who LifeNews has exposed as having worked at the Planned Parenthood abortion business and for two pro-abortion politicians. After exposed her tenure as an intern at America’s biggest abortion business, Kazantsev deleted her LinkedIn profile. Show More Summary

Staunch Anti-Choice U.S. Senator Could Lose His Seat in November

Pat Roberts, the staunch conservative U.S. Senator from Kansas, suddenly has a real electoral fight on his hands, according to a new poll. Image: United States Senate The post Staunch Anti-Choice U.S. Senator Could Lose His Seat in November appeared first on RH Reality Check.

Pathfinder roleplaying game adds another trans woman to canon

Paizo’s Pathfinder roleplaying game continues to harness the imaginations of its many writers to fantastic effect. Back in July, Paizo released a new, updated “Harrow” card deck accessory for the game. Harrow is basically tarot but transposed to the fictional fantasy setting of Golarion, with unique art, symbolism, lore, and rules. The divination deck is [...]

Good Morning! Or Whatever!

I have a medical test this morning, so I'll be away for a bit. Hopefully it won't take too long. In the meantime, please enjoy this adorable video of a bulldog puppy playing with an ice cube! Video Description: A supercute tiny brown and white bulldog puppy wearing a blue collar barks at an ice cube on the hardwood floor inside his home. Show More Summary

Planned Parenthood Board Member: Teach Children to Support Abortion

A Planned Parenthood board member explains the importance of indoctrinating children with the pro-abortion message: “It’s going to be a long war, with changing strategies, so we have to teach our children, too, to be vigilant. The language of choice has to be part of their everyday vocabulary. That way they can’t be silenced without […]

Civil rights heroes offer climate marchers a little wisdom

Dorie and Joyce Ladner helped organize some of the biggest protests of the civil rights era. Here's what they have to say to activists today.

Workers at Fracked Wells Exposed to Benzene, CDC Warns Amid Mounting Evidence of Shale Jobs' Dangers

For years, the oil and gas industry has worked to convince Americans that the rush to drill shale wells across the country will not only provide large corporations with lavish profits, but will also create enormous numbers of attractive...Show More Summary

Looking Back to 1821, Insurers Foresee a $100-Billion Hurricane

If the great 1821 hurricane struck the East Coast today, it would leave a $100-billion trail of losses.

A Blow to Public Interest Litigation

A couple of weeks ago, a federal district judge in Texas awarded over $6 million in attorneys’ fees against the Sierra Club.  Sierra Club had survived motions to dismiss and for summary judgment, only to lose at trial. The court awarded fees on the ground that the suit was frivolous. The combination of rules — denying summary […]

Tenants Facing Eviction in Era of Skyrocketing Rents Need Legal Assistance

Y ears after we’ve supposedly recovered from the housing crisis, millions of Americans are at risk of losing their homes, and housing is still one of the most troubling aspects of America’s growing inequality problem. The evidence is...Show More Summary

What’s the greenest way to get drunk?

A reader wants to drink alcohol without hurting the environment. Umbra bears with him.

Environmental justice works — and these folks show us how

Activists around the country are shaping public decisions -- and reshaping their communities for the better.

Rumors of the death of the train station have been greatly exaggerated

Something there is that doesn't like a big, beautiful, high-ceilinged train lobby -- because we keep shuttering them. Occasionally, a city will push back.

China’s coal addiction threatens the planet — but can it handle a natural gas revolution?

China's push to wean itself from coal has triggered a rush to develop alternative power sources. Here's a look at its natural gas boom.

Hey, U.N.: Climate change and population are related

Scientific research increasingly affirms that the two issues are linked -- and in ways you might not expect.

It's quite the turnaround for Angels and General Manager Jerry Dipoto

In every week of spring training, from every corner of the Angels clubhouse, the mantra was the same: We can't afford another slow start. We can't bury ourselves for the third consecutive April.

Why the selective outrage over showing abortion victim images?

by Kelli Before the release of footage of one football player slugging his wife, he received a two game suspension. Later, when the footage revealing the actual strike was released to the public… people became disgusted. The sluggerShow More Summary

Al Gore is still trying to save us, one graph at a time

Watching the former veep host the 24 Hours of Reality event this week was like stepping into a time machine.

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