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USING the same tone of revulsion it normally reserves for occasional reports of deadly exotic spiders emerging from store-bought hands of bananas, the media last week subjected those 11-toed freaks from the Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kansas, to levels of scrutiny they rarely get the UK.
All this attention put British evangelicals in a very uncomfortable place. They were forced to look into a mirror, and were horrified by what they saw.
Yeah, I’m lazy today. I do have to say that I enjoy Hitchens for his ego and high handedness with a logical falacy spouting machine like D’souza.
Skip D’Souza’s parts and go Hitchens’ rebuttals. They’re more entertaining and you won’t get a headache.
You may feel your liver packing it in a bit on the contact high however.
THAT’S the message loopy members of the virulently anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church, in Topeka, Kansas, have posted on their website, ahead of their first protest in the UK on February 20.
The group plans to picket a sixth form college in Basingstoke during the staging of The Laramie Project, a play about an American youth murdered because of his sexuality.
The church from Topeka, Kansas is mainly composed of relatives of the founder, pastor Fred Phelps, who style themselves “the most hated family in America”. They are the “brains” behind the Godhatesfags website.
Tourists in London may have to think twice before snapping holiday pictures of the iconic British bobby.
A new anti-terrorism law went into effect Monday that could effectively bar photographers from taking pictures of police or military personnel in Britain.
Outside of Scotland Yard, the headquarters of London's Metropolitan Police, some 200 photographers gathered Monday to protest the measures.
Thousands of parents who claimed that childhood vaccines had caused their children to develop autism are wrong and not entitled to federal compensation, a special court ruled today in three decisions with far-reaching implications for a bitterly fought medical controversy.
If you had $15.6 septillion and 94 cents in your account, would you save the world from the economic crisis or build a Death Star, destroy the world, and move on to invade the galaxy?
A study into outbreaks of measles over the past twelve months has shown the UK to have one of the highest infection rates in Europe, which will heavily hinder the World Health’s Organisation goal to eliminate it by 2010.
Cases of measles caused by various irrational practices cast shame on all of Europe. Those who are least able to protect themselves are suffering, and a mockery is being made of medicine. Until these practices are publically highlighted, the WHO’s goal of measles elimination will never be realised. Let’s start repairing some of that damage right now.
Canada's highly touted do-not-call list is having the opposite effect, leading to more telemarketer calls, says the Consumers' Association of Canada