Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Church Of Scientology Guilty Of Fraud In France

A Paris court on Tuesday convicted the Church of Scientology of fraud and fined it more than half a million euros. Xenu is not amused.

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Abortion Details To Be Made Available Online

A new Oklahoma law requires physicians to disclose detailed information on women's abortions to the State's Department Of Health, which will then post the collected data on a public website.

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Thursday, October 22, 2009

30 Will Get You 5

Father Fred Lenczycki, the first Catholic priest ever declared "sexually violent," has been released from prison after only 5 years after confessing to sexually assaulting over 30 boys.

Yes, you read that right, 5 years

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Friday, October 16, 2009

The Flat Earth Society

The Flat Earth Society gets its inspiration from that infallible bastion of accuracy, the Holy Bible. First Chronicles 16:30, "He has fixed the earth firm, immovable." And Psalm 93:1, "Thou [God] hast fixed the earth immovable and firm."

"Ours is the truth, the truth of the world's flatness, and ours is also the burden of proof."

So there you have it. Case closed, bitches.

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Thursday, October 8, 2009

Pastor Ted Haggard - "A Heterosexual With Complications"

Evangelical pastor Ted Haggard described Thursday as "fundamentally true" an assertion that he engaged in an inappropriate relationship with a 20-year-old male volunteer in 2006. Controversy involving Haggard first erupted in November 2006, when a former prostitute, Mike Jones, said the pastor had paid him for sex over three years and had used methamphetamine in his presence.

Read More: http://www.cnn.com/2009/US/01/29/lkl.ted.haggard/

Ted Haggard was also a regular member of weekly conference calls with the Bush administration.

Read More: http://mediamatters.org/research/200611030015

Douchebags Protest Star Wars

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Beginner's Bible - Jesus and T-Rex

Even though we know dinosaurs survived the flood (on Noah's ark) we don't know if Jesus ever rode them. But he probably did.

Friday, October 2, 2009

Brian David Mitchell

Although he attended church as a child, Mitchell professed to be an atheist until he was nearly thirty, when an LSD-induced vision convinced him that God wanted him to return to the Church. Twice-divorced, Mitchell has been accused of physical and sexual abuse, but he had served as a high councilor and a temple worker and was unusually strict in applying Church standards—the kind of Mormon who eats only whole wheat bread and walks out of movies containing profanity...