Ted Cruz exploits Paris attacks in speech to anti-LGBT conference: ‘Christians are under siege’

Ted Cruz exploits Paris attacks in speech to anti-LGBT conference: ‘Christians are under siege’

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Ted Cruz, like some of the other Republican candidates, have nuzzled up to the Family Research Council and Pastor Kevin Swanson. This weekend he held a “Rally for Religious Liberty” as if that’s somehow lacking in America. Cruz made the case that the terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday night proved that Christians are under siege,…

New York plastic surgeon performs ‘most extensive’ face transplant ever

New York plastic surgeon performs ‘most extensive’ face transplant ever

Martin Pengelly, The Guardian A plastic surgeon at New York University’s Langone Medical Center has performed the “most extensive” facial transplant ever. Related: Face transplants – a short history Dr Eduardo Rodriguez performed the transplant over 26 hours in August. In that time, he gave a 41-year-old former firefighter from Tennessee, Patrick Hardison, the face

GOP Owes CNBC a Christmas Bonus

GOP Owes CNBC a Christmas Bonus

Free suggestion to Republican presidential candidates: Stop whining about last week’s CNBC debate and admit it was the best thing that’s happened to the party since the Koch brothers. Instead of complaining about everything except the color of the NBC peacock’s feathers, the candidates should acknowledge the heartwarming political truth, which is that CNBC inadvertently

Rush Limbaugh Pats Himself on the Back While Blaming the Left for His Own Divisiveness

The man who’s been hammering away at liberals for three hours a day since 1988, telling the world how horrible the left is, blames the people he’s spent all his time denouncing for dividing America. Rush Limbaugh writes in the National Review: …this has not been an AM-radio revolution exclusively; it has been a conservative-media

Republican Wimpiness on Display

The Republican presidential candidates don’t seem to realize it, but they’re in the process of seriously undermining their own “tough guy” brand. Republicans have always seen themselves as “the Daddy party” (as opposed to Democrats’ “Mommy party,” of course), which has always meant no-nonsense toughness in the face of any opposition to their agenda. But