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Healthcare Survives Supreme Court [Page 3.14]

Chief Justice John Roberts proved himself an independent thinker last month, siding against his fellow conservatives (and Republican appointees) in upholding the Affordable Care Act of 2010. Roberts agreed that Congress could not force a citizen to buy insurance, but...More

 

Healthcare Upheld! [denialism blog]

It’s good news that the Supreme Court split 5-4 with Roberts (and not Kennedy?!?) as the deciding vote, to uphold the affordable care act. It’s interesting that this was controversial, and certainly Roberts led the court to a very safe...More

 

Is the holocaust denial/climate change denial comparison apt? [denialism blog]

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Many of the climate change denialist sites have been up in arms by comparisons of climate change denial to holocaust denial. In particular Marc Morano at climate depot has had multiple articles attacking and expressing hysterical outrage at these comparisons...More

 

Humane Watch puts lawyers in cages [denialism blog]

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In a brilliant parody of the HSUS shelter ads, humane watch has put sad looking lawyers in cages to emphasize that donations to HSUS do not fund shelters. HSUS is like PETA but with deodorant and suits. Hah! I love...More

 

Good News, Max snubs PETA, will give to a local shelter [denialism blog]

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Maybe my email worked? I got a one sentence reply from Max last night saying he agreed, and today Tucker Max says hellz no to PETA and instead wants to give to a local shelter: I do not agree AT...More

 

The Bigger Pink Slime Problem for Business [denialism blog]

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In a matter of weeks, activists have been able to assassinate a popular product through a confluence of events: an official labeled it derogatorily as "pink slime," social media buzz (or anti-buzz), and media attention against the background of Americans'...More

 

No Tucker Max, not PETA! [denialism blog]

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You may have heard about Planned Parenthood turning down Tucker Max's 500k charitable donation on the grounds his misogynistic past marred the gift. Now PETA is asking for the donation .More

 

No Tucker Max, not PETA! [denialism blog]

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You may have heard about Planned Parenthood turning down Tucker Max's 500k charitable donation on the grounds his misogynistic past marred the gift. Now PETA is asking for the donation .More

 

No Tucker Max, not PETA! [denialism blog]

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You may have heard about Planned Parenthood turning down Tucker Max's 500k charitable donation on the grounds his misogynistic past marred the gift. Now PETA is asking for the donation .More

 

Ron Paul & Clicktivism [denialism blog]

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The point raised by yesterday's Times article on Ron Paul was that while Paul attracts big crowds, these crowds do not translate into voter turnout. Perhaps the problem is that Paul has appeal within his fervent base, but that base...More