Molotov Mitchell

WND's Molotov Mitchell Is Running For State Senate In North Carolina

Jason 'Molotov' Mitchell, a biblical law proponent and birther who works for WorldNetDaily, is challenging a top Democratic member of North Carolina’s state senate.

Mitchell declares himself a champion of privacy and “personal freedom,” which is odd because in a 2010 video commentary — since made private — Mitchell declared his support for Uganda’s notorious anti-gay bill which at the time would have made being gay in some cases a crime punishable by death.

He is also behind a film focusing on a fictional terrorist group which murders abortion providers to raise awareness about “black genocide.”

One of WND’s edgiest voices is challenging a liberal stronghold in North Carolina by running for state senator on a platform of personal freedom for everyone – liberal, conservative or otherwise.

“I am the GOP cruise missile, and I intend to crush the Obama clone in Raleigh,” says Molotov Mitchell, who appears in WND each week with his “For the Record” video column.

Mitchell is taking on Democrat State Senate Minority Whip Josh Stein in November. Stein is a staunch liberal, whose record includes votes against several pro-life bills during the last legislative session and strong support for same-sex marriage, having received an award from the Equality NC Foundation for his advocacy on the issue.

“Stein has long been considered one of the state’s strongest allies for LGBT equality,” the foundation said in a press release. “The progressive Democrat actively worked to include sexual orientation and gender identity in K-12 anti-bullying legislation.”



“I intend to fight for privacy, business and personal freedom,” Mitchell declares.



“That’s where I really resonate, especially on the issue of privacy,” Mitchell told WND. “We have had a lot of people from the left come out and tell us that while they can’t admit it publicly they are going to vote for Molotov Mitchell.”



“In my opinion, allowing firearms in most places while banning them in educational facilities is essentially a contract with killers,” Mitchell explained. “We have essentially told the bad guys we’ll make you a deal: If you leave us alone and let us carry our firearms in our businesses, our homes and on the streets, we’ll let you have our kids. Leave us alone and you can shoot up the school if you want – and that’s exactly what the bad guys have done.”



“I am a big proponent of leaving people alone,” he continued. “I used to want to see people’s lives regulated more to the ‘right,’ but now I believe people, especially at the local level, have the right to decide what is best for them and their culture.”

“While I believe the Christian way is always best, I also believe if you have the people and you have the votes to disagree with that, then that’s OK with me,” Mitchell said. “Your community can try whatever you want to try. Up in Dearborn, Michigan, they are trying Islamic principles. While I expect it to go down in flames, I am now at the point where I support their right to do that as long as they don’t harm other people.”

The Ten Most Absurd Stories at Rick Santorum's New Home, WorldNetDaily

Angling for another presidential run in 2016, Rick Santorum’s decision to join WorldNetDaily, the organization best known for promoting birther conspiracy theories, may not be the worst idea as birthers were projected to be a majority of Republican voters.

Finding the ten most absurd stories at a website which publishes multiple outlandish articles each and every day is a Herculean task, but here is a good start:

1. The Bible Code Forecasts a Romney Victory

WND’s “award-winning” executive news director Joe Kovacs just before the election wrote an article based on a YouTube video he saw about how the “Bible Code” prophesizes “bad news for Barack Obama” as apparently the “hidden texts in the Holy Bible indicate Mitt Romney will be America’s next president.” Not only would Romney win, but the Bible Code even predicted Romney will be a “fitting president” who has God’s favor.

2. Romney Can Still Win Despite Election Defeat

Tea Party Nation head Judson Phillips also works as a WND columnist, where he has argued that if enough states boycott the Electoral College, then the House of Representatives will get to pick the President and give Romney one last shot. “That is how we can still pull this election out and make Mitt Romney president in January,” he writes. “We need this concept shared with every tea party, liberty and patriotic group throughout the country.” Of course his proposal is completely without merit, but that didn’t stop at least one Republican state legislator from hopping on board.

3. Obama Building ‘FEMA Concentration Camps’

WND commentator and Faith 2 Action president Janet Porter wondered if President Obama was using the fears about the Swine flu to “round up American citizens” and put them into “FEMA concentration camps.” Porter has also used her WND column to push fears that Obama would enact “jail sentences for those who seek treatment outside the socialized health care system” and create a massive “food shortage” so opponents will be “starved to death.”

4. Obama Plans Negotiations with Osama Bin Laden

Porter in WND predicted that Obama bin Laden will be overjoyed by Obama’s election as President and will even be able to meet with him personally. Like most other predictions in WND, this one turned out to be false.

5. Obama is a Gay, Secret Muslim, Foreign-Born Imposter

The group’s most well-known “reporter,” Jerome Corsi, believes that President Obama wears a Muslim ring (confusing a loop-like pattern with Arabic), was married to his male Muslim roommate, orchestrated the murder of his gay ex-loverswas born somewhere outside the United States and his father may be Frank Marshall Davis.

6. Gays Behind the Holocaust and Preparing to Lead the Next One

WND columnist Scott Lively, who is best known for his work in shaping Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill, is the author of the book, The Pink Swastika, about how gays were behind Nazism and the Holocaust in order to have “vengeance against the people whose moral laws had relegated pagan homo-occultism to obscurity and ignominy.” WND Super Store sells his bizarre book and WND editor Joseph Farah eagerly endorsed Lively’s claim while warning that the gay rights movement may bring Nazism to America. Another WND columnist, Erik Rush, even maintained that gays are planning a Holocaust against Christians, and WND commentator Judith Reisman argued that gay-straight alliances are modeled after the Hitler Youth. WND’s Molotov Mitchell has also praised Uganda for making homosexuality a capital offense because the founders would’ve agreed.

7. Obama is Orchestrating the Next Holocaust

If gay people don’t do it first, then President Obama must be the one behind the next holocaust. Farah claimed that he discovered proof that Obama wants a new Holocaust in a speech he delivered at Buchenwald where he used the line, “We are here today because we know this work is not yet finished.” Farah admitted that he is taking the line, which was about the need to combat Holocaust denialism, out of context. But since Obama has a tendency of “speaking in code” to Muslim audiences, Farah explained, then he must be sending a secret message to Muslims to kill Jews: “So, I ask you, am I really taking Obama’s words at Buchenwald out of context? Or am I the only one seeing them in context?

8. Secession Now

WND is extremely sympathetic to the secessionist movement, they only differ on the reasons. Farah believes that America may be forced to “literally…break-up” the nation if states continue to legalize same-sex marriage and WND columnist Vox Day called for a white supremacist secession movement to repel the “African, Asian and Aztec cultures” and “immigrants from various non-European nations.” Mitchell even released a video criticizing Abraham Lincoln for his stance against secession.

9. Norway Terrorist Attacks a ‘Fabrication’ by the Victims

After far-right activist Anders Breivik targeted the left-wing Labour Party’s youth group and the Norwegian government in deadly terrorist attacks, naturally, WND suggested that the attack was a “cover-up” and a “fabrication of the Labour Party,” blaming the left’s policies for apparently encouraging Breivik’s radicalism. WND also is the home of Pamela Geller, who said that Muslims were behind the attacks and tried to justify Breivik’s actions.

10. Soy Turns Kids Gay

Yes, WND ran a six part series about how soy in children’s formula leads to “sexual confusion and homosexuality.” We only hope that WND commentator Victoria Jackson writes a column about her new idea that genetically modified food is “making more men gay these days.”

BONUS: Just today, Kovacs wondered if the Obama administration will construct the Death Star.

New Anti-Choice Film Fantasizes About Black Terrorists Murdering Abortion Doctors

WorldNetDaily’s Molotov Mitchell is the executive producer of a new film about a future where abortion is outlawed after black terrorists systematically murder abortion doctors. Mitchell is one of the many abortion rights opponents who have embraced the notion of “abortion as black genocide.” This claim, propagated by films like Maafa 21 and numerous billboard campaigns, holds that abortion clinics are attempting to exterminate African Americans. The film is styled as a documentary from 2016 about how in 2014, a Black terrorist group called “Zulu 9” and its members, who have names like “Pinky,” attack abortion clinics and murder abortion doctors. Mitchell, who is white, recently defended the film, saying it “casts a cinematic vision of what a post-abortion America could look like.”

Right Wing Leftovers

  • Every time you think the Birthers can't get any more ridiculous, they prove you wrong.
  • Molotov Mitchell explains that even though the Bible prohibits tattoos, it totally doesn't mean it.
  • A two-hour movie all about how great Sarah Palin is?  I won't be watching that.
  • Because it went so well last time, Rudy Giuliani is apparently thinking of making another run for president.
  • Peter LaBarber's obsession with all things gay continues.
  • Finally, Timothy Miller pled not guilty to charges of helping Lisa Miller kidnap her daughter and flee the country.

Molotov Mitchell: Impose Mosaic Law, Not Sharia Law

WorldNetDaily’s Molotov Mitchell is out with a new video decrying the right-wing’s traditional method of attacking Sharia law. Mitchell points out some blatant hypocrisy among conservatives, as many of the draconian rules found in Islamic law are also found in the Bible, which many Republicans want to use to craft civil law. But as a self-proclaimed “zealot,” don’t expect Mitchell to make a case for classical liberalism or secular government.

Instead, Mitchell argues that the government should impose laws according to the Bible. According to Mitchell’s view, people should therefore be executed for breaking the Sabbath, blasphemy, homosexuality, adultery, sex before marriage (for women), among other offenses. Mitchell later says that Old Testament law is preferable to Islamic law because it does not require “amputating hands,” but clearly he missed Deuteronomy 25:11-12: “If two men are fighting and the wife of one of them comes to rescue her husband from his assailant, and she reaches out and seizes him by his private parts, you shall cut off her hand. Show her no pity.”

Molotov Mitchell Blames Obama for Christina Aguilera and Destroying America

Molotov Mitchell, a WorldNetDaily darling and champion of Uganda’s “kill the gays” bill, has only one person to blame for Christina Aguilera forgetting the words to the Star-Spangled Banner during the Super Bowl: President Barack Obama. According to Mitchell, Obama is trying to create “Obamaland” and a “culture of effete snobs” by allegedly effacing religion, chipping away at the Constitution, and concealing records of his birth certificate.

“Obamaland is not America,” says Mitchell, “Obamaland is an intellectual invasion, it is a zombie apocalypse, and it is the duty of every learned American to repel it.”

Ironically, while Mitchell is busying railing against those who know nothing about the anthem because it means nothing to them, he asserts that the song contains “Francis Scott Key’s bloody vision of America’s War for Independence.” In fact, the anthem was composed during the War of 1812, not the War of Independence.

Molotov Mitchell Blames Obama for Christina Aguilera and Destroying America

Molotov Mitchell, a WorldNetDaily darling and champion of Uganda’s “kill the gays” bill, has only one person to blame for Christina Aguilera forgetting the words to the Star-Spangled Banner during the Super Bowl: President Barack Obama. According to Mitchell, Obama is trying to create “Obamaland” and a “culture of effete snobs” by allegedly effacing religion, chipping away at the Constitution, and concealing records of his birth certificate.

“Obamaland is not America,” says Mitchell, “Obamaland is an intellectual invasion, it is a zombie apocalypse, and it is the duty of every learned American to repel it.”

Ironically, while Mitchell is busying railing against those who know nothing about the anthem because it means nothing to them, he asserts that the song contains “Francis Scott Key’s bloody vision of America’s War for Independence.” In fact, the anthem was composed during the War of 1812, not the War of Independence.

Right Wing Leftovers

  • Next week, PBS is running a 3 part, 6 hour series called "God In America."
  • MN Gov. Tim Pawlenty is heading to Iowa for two events sponsored by the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition.
  • A Dallas Morning News investigation "found that more than $16 million from the Emerging Technology Fund has been awarded to companies with investors or officers who are large campaign donors to [Rick] Perry."
  • Sarah Palin says the election is a battle between the "Culture of Life" and "Culture of Death."
  • Finally, Molotov Mitchell explains who gay fashion designers are responsible for women being anorexic.

Right Wing Round-Up

Right Wing Leftovers

Ann Coulter Deemed Too "Gay Friendly" For WorldNetDaily Conference

Earlier this year that gay conservative group GOProud set off a controversy by co-sponsoring the annual CPAC conference, much to the dismay of anti-gay Religious Right groups who threatened to boycott the event if GOProud was not dropped. 

In the end, only Liberty Law School dropped out, but controversy has continued to erupt seemingly with every announcement GOProud makes. 

Earlier this summer, Grover Norquist agreed to join the group's board and he immediately came under fire for betraying the conservative movement and the same thing has been happening to Ann Coulter, who agreed to speak at GOProud's Homocon 2010, leading WorldNetDaily to drop her from its own upcoming Taking Back America conference:

Conservative superstar Ann Coulter today was dropped as a keynote speaker for WND's "Taking America Back National Conference" next month because of her plan to address an event titled "HOMOCON" sponsored by the homosexual Republican group GOProud that promotes same-sex marriage and military service for open homosexuals.

Joseph Farah, editor and chief executive officer of WND, said the decision was a gut-wrenching one for his team because of their fondness for Coulter as both a person and writer-speaker.

"Ultimately, as a matter of principle, it would not make sense for us to have Ann speak to a conference about 'taking America back' when she clearly does not recognize that the ideals to be espoused there simply do not include the radical and very 'unconservative' agenda represented by GOProud," said Farah. "The drift of the conservative movement to a brand of materialistic libertarianism is one of the main reasons we planned this conference from the beginning."

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"Earlier this year, GOProud was permitted to sponsor the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, the biggest event of its kind," said Farah. "This bad decision resulted in consistently conservative groups dropping sponsorship and withdrawing from participation – much to their credit. GOProud is about infiltration of the conservative movement and dividing it from within with twisted and dangerous ideas way out of the mainstream of American public opinion. Ann Coulter is, I'm afraid, validating this effort for money. I support her speaking to people with whom she disagrees on college campuses. That's a good idea. I do it, too. But if you see the way GOProud is exploiting its coup in getting Ann Coulter to speak to its HOMOCON event, you begin to understand what a mistake this is for a conservative icon like Coulter."

So while Coulter is being dropped for supposedly being too "gay friendly" (which is itself hilariously ironic) WND's conference is still stocked with other virulently anti-gay speakers like Robert Knight, Matt Barber, Gary Cass, Molotov Mitchell, and Gary DeMar:

While DeMar insists that homosexuals wouldn't be rounded up and systematically executed under a "reconstructed" government, he does believe that the occasional execution of "sodomites" would serve society well, because "the law that requires the death penalty for homosexual acts effectively drives the perversion of homosexuality underground, back into the closet."

Another "long-term goal," he writes elsewhere, should be "the execution of abortionists and parents who hire them."

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In 1993, American Vision helped county commissioners in Cobb County, Ga., pass an anti-gay resolution so strongly worded that it sparked a national controversy. Cobb County Commissioner Gordon Wysong spoke at American Vision's annual fundraising banquet the following year, saying of gay people, "We should blame them for every social failure in America."

Oh, and did I mentioned that Rep. Michele Bachmann is also speaking at the conference

WND's DJ Dolce Takes the Low Road

Yesterday a couple other sites that monitor the radical right picked up on an offensive old episode of WorldNetDaily’s weird comedy news show “News! News!”. The show’s host, DJ Dolce, clarified to her audience that, while racial slurs are unacceptable, homophobic slurs are perfectly OK:

This is far from DJ Dolce’s only anti-gay moment. In one charming episode, she jokes that anyone who believes gays should have the right to adopt or even babysit children is “walking proof that homosexuality is a mental disorder.” The comedienne frequently manages to work in a homophobic remark or two to augment her already odious comments about liberals, immigrants, and atheists. This morning, for example, Joe.My.God highlighted the comedienne’s rant against Latino immigrants from May, in which she called the boycott against Arizona businesses “the gayest attempt at liberal activism since the coffee party.”

Box Turtle Bulletin’s Timothy Kincaid put his finger on why this is so troubling:

World Net Daily makes no bones about being virulently anti-gay. However, most anti-gays make at least a shallow attempt not to say, “we don’t hate” and try to keep their language – in public – from including the worst slurs.

But it looks like WND has given up all pretenses.

WND has a recurring “comedy” feature called News! News! with D.J. Dolce, WorldNetDaily Exclusive Commentary. Dolce, the wife of Molotov Mitchell, shares her husband’s contempt for gay people. But while he masks his animus in religion (he endorses the death penalty for gay people using Scripture), Dolce just engages in slurs and endorses bigotry.

…It’s been a while since I’ve seen hatred expressed to blatantly in public.

 

Right Wing Leftovers

  • Sadly, James Traficant has been DQ'd from running for office again.
  • Rep. Mike Pence will be headlining the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition's October banquet.
  • BeliefNet is now under new ownership.
  • Joseph Farah continues to defend Rep. Michele Bachmann ... who is being attacked for hanging out with him.
  • FL GOP Gov. candidate Bill McCollum has picked up the endorsement of the Florida Family Policy Council's John Stemberger.
  • Kelly Boggs warns others not to jump to conclusions over the arrest of some Christians at a Muslim festival in Michigan like he did.
  • Finally, behold D.J Dolce, the female Molotov Mitchell.

Right Wing Round-Up

Right Wing Leftovers

  • Bill O'Reilly has offered to pay the cover $16,500 in legal costs for the father of a fallen U.S. Marine who sued Westboro Baptist Church for picketing his son's funeral.
  • PFOX is now targeting Pepsi.
  • Molotov Mitchell once again defends Uganda's "kill the gays" bill.
  • Harry Jackson's astroturf "Stop the War on the Poor" effort is back, but now known as the Affordable Power Alliance.
  • Gary Bauer says "there just can be no doubt here that this is the most anti-Israel president of the United States that we have seen in the history of our country."
  • Finally, allow me to make a few small changes to this assertion from the AFA's Bryan Fischer to highlight its ridiculousness: "Despite the ACLU's contention that Ms. McMillen was being treated unfairly, in point of fact she was being treated with absolute equality. She had exactly the same right to bring a white date to the dance that every other student had. The same rule applied to her and to everyone else. You can't get any more equal than that. The ACLU and civil rights activists are not after equal rights, since Constance already had that. No, they're after special rights, rights based exclusively on race."

Right Wing Round-Up

  • David Weigel: Bunning’s Blockade Became a Conservative Rallying Cry.
  • Wayne Besen: Ryan Sorba’s Poorly Researched Book Shows He Is Not Ready For Prime Time.
  • Andy Birkey: Twenty of Bachmann’s 47 missed votes coincide with media appearances.
  • Greg Sargent: Karl Rove’s Phony “Admission” On Iraq Isn’t A Concession At All.
  • Mark Leon Goldberg: One Senator is Blocking a Bill to Support Peace Efforts in Northern Uganda.
  • HRC  Backstory: Pro-LGBT Clergy Drown Out Protesters At DC Courthouse.
  • Joe.My.God: Pete LaBarbera Is Running For GOP Office In Illinois.
  • Finally, behold Molotov Mitchell, rap superstar:

Right Wing Round-Up

  • Predictably, VA state Rep. Bob Marshall says he was taken out of context for his statement that disabled children are punishment for women who've had an abortion.  You can listen to the statement here and judge for yourself.
  • Utah state Sen. Mark Madsen wants to combine Martin Luther King Day with "John M. Browning State Holiday" to honor the gun manufacturer.
  • Speaking of Utah, a bill passed by the state House and Senate and waiting for the governor's signature will make it a crime for a woman to have a miscarriage.
  • I, for one, do not buy Molotov Mitchell's claim that he has gay friends for a second.
  • Wow, XPAC turned out to be even lamer than predicted.
  • Guess what CPAC-ers don't care about? Fighting marriage equality.
  • The insanity of Orly Taitz knows no bounds.
  • Timothy Kincaid gives some helpful advice to the Alliance Defense Fund.
  • Finally, remember last week when the Right was up in arms over the revelation that there were books about socialism in the White House library? Turns out, they were Jackie Kennedy's.

Farah Missing From Blogs for Life Schedule

just wrote a post noting that Joseph Farah had been invited to speak at the Family Research Coucil's "Blogs For Life" conference tomorrow, but now FRC has released its schedule and Farah is nowhere to be seen:

8:30 – 8:35a Jill Stanek, emcee introduction

8:35 – 8:45a Kristen Day, Democrats for Life

9:05 – 9:20a PANEL: “Hosting a winning pro-life blog,” American Life League’s Katie Walker and ALL’s Pro-life Blog Contest winners

9:20 – 9:33a Carol Clews, Executive Director, Center for Pregnancy Concerns, Baltimore, Md.

9:33 – 9:35a Kristin Hansen, VP of Communications, Care Net

9:35 – 9:45a Marjorie Dannenfelser, President, Susan B. Anthony List

9:45 – 10:05a Rep. Todd Akin, R-Mo.

10:05 – 10:15a Break

10:15 – 10:25a Charmaine Yoest, Ph.D, President and CEO, Americans United for Life

10:25 – 10:45a Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio

10:45 – 11:05a PANEL: Emerging Online Technologies, Molotov Mitchell,Illuminati Pictures; Peter Shinn, President, Pro-Life Unity; Founder, Blogs for Life; Krystle Weeks, Web Editor, Family Research Council

11:05 – 11:15a David Prentice, Ph.D, Senior Fellow for Life Sciences, FRC, StemCellResearchFacts.org

11:15 – 11:30a Tony Perkins, President, Family Research Council

Notice the gap between 8:45 and 9:05?  That what where Farah was scheduled to speak.

The FRC's new press release still lists Farah as a participant, so why is he not included on the schedule? 

Birds of a Feather: WorldNetDaily and the Religious Right

I have to say that I am rather amazed with the types of people the Family Research Council has been associating itself with recently.  In addition to regularly paring-up with Lou Engle, it looks like FRC is now including Joseph Farah in its activities

WND founder Joseph Farah will join pro-life bloggers and online social-media activists as they gather in the nation's capital to celebrate life and lay out strategies to advance the pro-life message this Friday.

The Family Research Council will host Blogs for Life Jan. 22, a conference that also features pro-life leaders and speakers including Family Research Council President Tony Perkins, Susan B. Anthony List President Marjorie Dannenfelser, Americans United for Life President Charmaine Yoest, and WND commentators Jill Stanek and Molotov Mitchell – all speaking with bloggers live from Family Research Council's headquarters in Washington, D.C.

"We'd like to hear from Joseph Farah, as somebody who has created an online presence with a strong pro-life stance, on how online journalism has affected the pro-life movement," said Jared Bridges, director of online communications for the Family Research Council.

And, for good measure, FRC is also including Molotov Mitchell in the event:

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Molotov Mitchell Posts Archive

Brian Tashman, Monday 07/21/2014, 10:35am
Jason 'Molotov' Mitchell, a biblical law proponent and birther who works for WorldNetDaily, is challenging a top Democratic member of North Carolina’s state senate. Mitchell declares himself a champion of privacy and “personal freedom,” which is odd because in a 2010 video commentary — since made private — Mitchell declared his support for Uganda’s notorious anti-gay bill which at the time would have made being gay in some cases a crime punishable by death. He is also behind a film focusing on a fictional terrorist group which murders abortion... MORE >
Brian Tashman, Tuesday 12/04/2012, 1:30pm
Angling for another presidential run in 2016, Rick Santorum’s decision to join WorldNetDaily, the organization best known for promoting birther conspiracy theories, may not be the worst idea as birthers were projected to be a majority of Republican voters. Finding the ten most absurd stories at a website which publishes multiple outlandish articles each and every day is a Herculean task, but here is a good start: 1. The Bible Code Forecasts a Romney Victory WND’s “award-winning” executive news director Joe Kovacs just before the election wrote an article based on a... MORE >
Brian Tashman, Wednesday 06/22/2011, 10:30am
WorldNetDaily’s Molotov Mitchell is the executive producer of a new film about a future where abortion is outlawed after black terrorists systematically murder abortion doctors. Mitchell is one of the many abortion rights opponents who have embraced the notion of “abortion as black genocide.” This claim, propagated by films like Maafa 21 and numerous billboard campaigns, holds that abortion clinics are attempting to exterminate African Americans. The film is styled as a documentary from 2016 about how in 2014, a Black terrorist group called “Zulu 9” and its... MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Wednesday 05/25/2011, 5:33pm
Every time you think the Birthers can't get any more ridiculous, they prove you wrong. Molotov Mitchell explains that even though the Bible prohibits tattoos, it totally doesn't mean it. A two-hour movie all about how great Sarah Palin is?  I won't be watching that. Because it went so well last time, Rudy Giuliani is apparently thinking of making another run for president. Peter LaBarber's obsession with all things gay continues. Finally, Timothy Miller pled not guilty to charges of helping Lisa Miller kidnap her daughter and flee the country. MORE >
Brian Tashman, Wednesday 04/13/2011, 2:08pm
WorldNetDaily’s Molotov Mitchell is out with a new video decrying the right-wing’s traditional method of attacking Sharia law. Mitchell points out some blatant hypocrisy among conservatives, as many of the draconian rules found in Islamic law are also found in the Bible, which many Republicans want to use to craft civil law. But as a self-proclaimed “zealot,” don’t expect Mitchell to make a case for classical liberalism or secular government. Instead, Mitchell argues that the government should impose laws according to the Bible. According to Mitchell’s view... MORE >
Brian Tashman, Wednesday 02/23/2011, 2:57pm
Molotov Mitchell, a WorldNetDaily darling and champion of Uganda’s “kill the gays” bill, has only one person to blame for Christina Aguilera forgetting the words to the Star-Spangled Banner during the Super Bowl: President Barack Obama. According to Mitchell, Obama is trying to create “Obamaland” and a “culture of effete snobs” by allegedly effacing religion, chipping away at the Constitution, and concealing records of his birth certificate. “Obamaland is not America,” says Mitchell, “Obamaland is an intellectual invasion, it is a... MORE >
Brian Tashman, Wednesday 02/23/2011, 2:57pm
Molotov Mitchell, a WorldNetDaily darling and champion of Uganda’s “kill the gays” bill, has only one person to blame for Christina Aguilera forgetting the words to the Star-Spangled Banner during the Super Bowl: President Barack Obama. According to Mitchell, Obama is trying to create “Obamaland” and a “culture of effete snobs” by allegedly effacing religion, chipping away at the Constitution, and concealing records of his birth certificate. “Obamaland is not America,” says Mitchell, “Obamaland is an intellectual invasion, it is a... MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Wednesday 10/06/2010, 5:28pm
Next week, PBS is running a 3 part, 6 hour series called "God In America." MN Gov. Tim Pawlenty is heading to Iowa for two events sponsored by the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition. A Dallas Morning News investigation "found that more than $16 million from the Emerging Technology Fund has been awarded to companies with investors or officers who are large campaign donors to [Rick] Perry." Sarah Palin says the election is a battle between the "Culture of Life" and "Culture of Death." Finally, Molotov Mitchell explains who... MORE >