Sandra Fluke, a student at Georgetown Law School, was supposed to be the Democratic witness at a Congressional hearing about the Obama administration’s contraception policy. However, Darrell Issa, the committee chair at the hearing, prevented her from speaking, while only allowing a series of men to testify about the policy. Flukeeventually spoke to a Democratic hearing, and talked about the need for birth control for both reproductive and broader medical reasons. She mentioned in particular a friend of hers who needed contraception to prevent the growth of cysts.
To Limbaugh, though, Fluke was just promoting casual sex.
This is coming from the guy that got caught with dozens of unprescribed Viagra on a flight to the Dominican Republic where you can fuck whoever you want regardless of age. Rush Limbaugh, the drug addicted-boner pill popping-sex tourist is calling this woman a slut. Fuck this guy, he is the worst of humanity and deserves nothing but the worst life can offer. I hope this man dies and rots in a ditch, diseased and alone.
you’re unlocking your front door and you drop your keys, so you do this fast-reflex swipe to catch the keys, and you do, right around your groin area, and effectively end up punching yourself in the testicles with a handful of jagged metal implements.
Andrew Cohen chronicles the many uncertainties in Alabama’s case against Thomas Arthur, who was convicted of murder three decades ago and is scheduled to be executed next month. They include a key witness who recanted and then unrecanted her testimony, another man who admitted to committing the murder, and a wig containing DNA evidence that likely belongs to the real killer.
Alabama, however, refuses to allow this evidence to be tested even though it would cost the state nothing to do so.
Here’s an A-Z list of the films that influenced the most influential—and Oscar-nominated—director in Hollywood, Martin Scorsese (in other words, the films you need to see to be the film expert you think you are).
WASHINGTON - Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum said Sunday that he doesn’t believe in the separation of church and state, adding that he was sickened by John F. Kennedy's assurances to Baptist ministers 52 years ago that he would not impose his Catholic faith on them.
"I don’t believe in an America where the separation of church and state is absolute," Santorum, a devout Catholic, said in an interview from Michigan on ABC’s “This Week.”
"The First Amendment means the free exercise of religion and that means bringing people and their faith into the public square."
“If we could sniff or swallow something that would, for five or six hours each day, abolish our solitude as individuals, atone us with our fellows in a glowing exaltation of affection and make life in all its aspects seem not only worth living, but divinely beautiful and significant, and if this heavenly, world-transfiguring drug were of such a kind that we could wake up next morning with a clear head and an undamaged constitution - then, it seems to me, all our problems (and not merely the one small problem of discovering a novel pleasure) would be wholly solved and earth would become paradise.”—Aldous Huxley
“Horrifying…Dr. Barron, your report describes how rational these people are. Millennia ago, they abandoned their belief in the supernatural. Now you are asking me to sabotage that achievement, to send them back into the dark ages of superstition and ignorance and fear? No!”—Captain Picard