An East Tennessee hardware store owner posted a hand-written "No Gays Allowed" sign on his store. Jeff Amyx, a Baptist minister who owns Amyx Hardware and Roofing Supplies in Grainger County, said he posted the sign because gay and lesbian couples are against his religion. He is not planning to take it down. "They gladly stand for what they believe in, why can't I?" Amyx said. "They believe their way is right, I believe it's wrong. But yet I'm going to take more persecution than them because I'm standing for what I believe in."
A former leader of the Brooklyn branch of the Tea Party who once ran for office on a pledge to protect children admitted to possessing and trading child pornography, the New York Daily News reported.
Prosecutors charged 38-year-old Joseph Hayon on Friday with "possession of a sexual performance of a child" after police seized five desktop computers, two laptop computers, a tablet, video cameras and a mobile phone.
Republican presidential front-runner Marco Rubio charged thousands of dollars of personal expenses on a party-issued credit card, used his home as the base for his political committee and hired his wife, who billed $5,700 in "gas and food" expenses, the Daily Mail tabloid reports. Car repairs, fancy dinners and even a $134 haircut were among the items he charged on the American Express card, which was supposed to pay for only Republican Party-related expenses. Rubio's campaign dismissed the allegations as "old stuff that we have addressed in the past.
Back in 2005 psychiatrist James Whitney Hicks published a book entitled 50 Signs of Mental Illness: A Guide to Understanding Mental Health which was designed as a user-friendly, alphabetical guide to psychiatric symptoms and what you should know about them.
We have taken the liberty of selecting 12 of his signs to demonstrate our belief that many Republicans potentially suffer from some form of mental illness.
Anger Check out our articles about doing battle with angry conservatives on Facebook who lash out at "effing statists and socialists," attack folk singer Cat Stevens in a fit of rage, and flip out on liberals saying they are "lower than a snake's belly." Or feel free to check out how they attack each other if they disagree on something, such as the time last week when they slammed Ted Cruz. You can also check out the time Bill O'Reilly freaked out on an intern. read more
So we were off to the local Walmart Superstore just up the road. We gathered up her desired foodstuffs and headed to the checkout -- and then this happened.
There was a young man doing the checkout and another Walmart employee came over and put up a sign, "No alcohol products in this lane." So being the inquisitive fella I am, I used my additional set of eyes -- glasses -- to see the young checkout man's name. Let me just say it was NOT "Steve."
I pointed the sign out to Aubrey and her response was a simple question, how is it that this Muslim employee could refuse service to customers based on his religious beliefs, but Christians are being forced to participate in specific events contrary to their religious beliefs? read more