Update: Though CFI believes, based on his past statements and on the phrasing of his answer to Senator Cruz, that Judge Kavanaugh probably does hold an unscientific position on birth control and abortifacients, the evidence is insufficient to make this claim with 100 percent certainty. Although Judge Kavanaugh’s answer doesn’t allow us to determine with certainty …
Are you sure you want god so close to all that wild action?
What about all the devout believers who aren’t exactly thrilled about their holy father gracing the very medium on which porn stars are procured, cocaine is snorted, and losing bets on the Chicago Cubs are proffered. Cold cash buys a lot of ungodly good times. C’mon God, papa needs a 7!
I’m always fascinated by how thinking goes wrong. Sometimes it’s the result of intentional deception or obfuscation, such as is often found in advertising or political speech. But more often it’s the result of critical thinking lapses, logical errors, or simply misunderstanding. It’s errors of interpretation, often of substituting what someone actually says for what …
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Happy Alabama-Probably-Elects-a-Child-Molester-to-the-Senate Day! (Hey, I could be wrong.)
Now you’d think this was maybe one of those Bad Lip-Reading videos, or maybe some still-in-rehearsal SNL sketch. Nope, this is real. Kayla Moore, Roy’s wife proves Moore’s lack of bigotry by telling “fake news” that “we have many friends that are black,” and best of all, to dispute the notion that Moore “does not care for Jews,” clarifies with the weirdest look of smugness, “One of our attorneys is a Jew.”