House Energy and Commerce Committee “is investigating Planned Parenthood’s federal funding, requesting lots of docs.”
Historian J. David Hacker argues that the death toll from the US Civil War is much higher than we think.
Is there another explanation for Michele Bachmann’s decision to keep bringing Rick Perry’s HPV vaccine order up?
Far from being an existential crisis, the recent rise in public distrust in government is easily explained.
KARK weatherman Brett Cummins was asleep in a bathtub with a dead man wearing a dog collar lying next to him.
Further evidence of Bachmann’s extreme views on homosexuality.
Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
First it was same-sex marriage, now it’s a abortion. Rick Perry hasn’t met a Constitutional Amendment usurping state power he doesn’t like.
The ban on gays openly serving in the military will end in September, nine months after President Obama signed the repeal into law.
A social conservative attempts to argue that same-sex marriage is a threat to liberty, and fails miserably.
Senator Al Franken called Focus on the Family’s Tom Minnery a liar in yesterday’s hearing on DOMA. Franken was the one being dishonest.
It’s often said that 1950s sex symbol Marilyn Monroe was a size 12. It just isn’t so.
While it’s always dangerous to extrapolate too much from high profile cases to the system as a whole, the strange case of Dominque Strauss-Kahn practically invites it.
Not exactly an example of moral leadership.
Is it worse for a child to see pornography or graphic violence?
Yet another study shows that people who drink diet soda actually gain weight. But it probably doesn’t matter, since that’s not why people drink them.
A former opponent of same-sex marriage admits he was wrong.
160 million girls are “missing” owing to selective abortion and cultural preferences for male children.
A victory for marriage equality in the Empire State.
Daily Show host Jon Stewart spent 15 minutes on yesterday’s Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace trying to explain why he thinks Fox is a propaganda machine.
An important employment law decision today from the Supreme Court.
Can gay soldiers now get married and receive the same federal benefits as heterosexuals?
Government is inextricably linked to the marriage business.
A very provocative decision on same-sex marriage from an unlikely source.