Donald Trump just launched a wave of Scalia death trutherism that his opponents will have to answer for.
Even libertarians believe that government is necessary to protect you from your fellow citizens.
Americans on the whole don’t seem to be equipped to handle the basic concepts and methods of science.
A GOP group with ties to Mitt Romney has reiterated a charge that 9/11 was an inside job.
An update on anti-vaccine “truthers” who falsely claim that vaccines cause more harm than good.
They were never vaccinated, and didn’t know Philippines had a measles problem, which was in all the news.
People aren’t getting vaccinated, and health care workers aren’t catching diseases they’re not expecting to see.
FOX: “I think these scientists are laughing from their lavish laboratories and their vacations up at the arctic.”
Karmel Allison nearly fainted during Obama’s press event about the Web site glitches, the right cries foul.
Tornado-truthers worry the government and its secret weapons might just be behind the Moore, Oklahoma tornado.
Of course, Jindal has his own “stupid” problems since he too is a birther.
Should the Washington Post fact-checker be taking pot-shots at the President just for the fun of it?
Nothing says “I love the Constitution” like shouting down the father of a dead six year old boy.