If a large segment of a society believes in hocus pocus, then the irrational inevitably affects reality.Wars have been fought in the name of religion, i.e., the worship of supernatural beings that do not exist. People in some parts of the world still wear talismans to ward off "the evil eye."&n ... More >>
Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett, a relatively moderate Republican, wants to be Governor. But to have any kind of shot at the 19th Floor, he figures he must placate the activist base of Sand Land's GOP, which is deeply, rabidly insane. Hence, the predicament he finds himself in, having to ... More >>
Obama ain't getting anything past master-sleuth Sheriff Joe and his crack team of birther probersIn a bizarre new stab at courting conspiracy nuts who believe President Barack Obama is a Kenyan, Sheriff Joe Arpaio has empowered a "birther posse" to look into claims by wackadoodles such as World Net ... More >>
from the OC Weekly
J.D. Hayworth pal Orly Taitz: Dentist, lawyer and nutbar supreme
With KFYI being the home of conservatard puddin' head and "birfer" (yeah, I'm spellin' it right) J.D. Hayworth, whodathunk it that KFYI would also prove to be the voice of reason in the birther debate?
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J.D. "the Hayseed" Hayworth, conspiracy nut and wannabe Guv, Senator, whatever...
There are a couple of reasons why I'm hoping KFYI lip-flapper and former Congressman J.D. Hayworth makes a run for governor or senator or somethin' in 2010. The first is that I ha ... More >>
Get over it, nutbars. Come January 20, he'll be the Prez, and there's nothing you can do about it.
Weird how the extremes of the far right and far left end up playing patty cake with each other in this country. Take, for example, Philadelphia lawyer Phil Berg, a former Pennsylvania assistant attor ... More >>