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With Unemployment Benefits Extended, Rates of Domestic Masturbation And Sodomy Are Poised to Skyrocket

Thu, Jul 22, 2010 | By Stephenson Billings

The Federal Government offered relief to millions of Americans this week with the passage of the Unemployment Benefits Bill. It was a victory for President Obama and Democratic members of Congress who, with the Gulf Oil spill and the bleak economy, are in desperate need for positive messages to bring back to their home electorates in preparation for the upcoming midterm elections....

How Much Should I Tip? How About Nothing At All

Fri, Jul 16, 2010 | By Derby Mack

Somewhere between my first glass of ice water and a scribbled check that I could barely read, something went terribly wrong. Maybe it was the lemon slice I asked for. Maybe it was that she argued with me about french fries being a customary side with a cheeseburger. Whatever it was, she had turned on me. From my years working in the service industry and patronizing restaurants,...

Anal Bleaching, For the Sodomite Who Wants to Look His Best

Tue, Jul 13, 2010 | By Stephenson Billings

Academic and corporate scientists are always looking for that magic fountain of youth to whiten our teeth, reduce fine lines and even make experienced women into veritable virgins again through an obscene procedure called “Labioplasty.” Now, homosexuals and pornography stars have found a new body part to improve: the anus. In something that truly pushes the limits...

Why Isn’t Barack Obama Protecting White People From Racism & Hate?

Tue, May 4, 2010 | By Stephenson Billings

Racism. It’s a dangerous word with dangerous implications. Ever since our early flirtations with slavery, America has been under the microscope when it comes to racial relations. The truth behind our ethnic problem is not easy, nor is our solution clear yet our young black president, Barack Obama, has jumped headfirst into this difficult issue nonetheless. The frightening...

Do Gay Pets Go to Heaven?

Thu, Apr 15, 2010 | By Stephenson Billings

“What happens to Rover when he dies, Mommy? Will he go to heaven?” This is a question many a parent has heard from a weeping child. It’s heart wrenching but symbolic of the great affection little ones have for their pets. It also belies an early interest in the nature of Christian faith and many will agree it’s a wonderful thing to have your very own youngsters thinking...

RIP The United States Military, 1776-2010

Sat, Jan 30, 2010 | By Stephenson Billings

The United States Military, a former ragtag revolutionary group that grew up to become the greatest fighting force in human history, the most high-tech and sophisticated state organization on the planet but still imbued with a youthful optimism rooted in the traditional virtues of a bygone era, died on the floor of Congress on Wednesday, January 27, 2010. It was 234 years...

Gawker: The Blog That Killed Liberal Print Journalism

Tue, Nov 24, 2009 | By Stephenson Billings

Print journalism is dead. The body is cold, the fluids have been drained. No matter what efforts might be made to charge for content, keep newspaper articles offline or even ban hotlinking, it’s still pancake makeup on a corpse. The cut-and-paste crews of internet blogs like Gawker.com are just too good at stealing original reporting and photography and handing it out for...

Sodomy Is Never The Answer

Wed, Nov 11, 2009 | By Doc Bacon

One of the growing tragedies we have in the United States is the new popularity of sodomy during intercourse. Ever since the homosexual lifestyle became so visible and popular, straight couples have been tempted to experiment with this incredibly painful fornication situation. Now, to avoid pregnancy more and more teen girls are giving in to peer pressure and trying this extreme...

The Dark Underside Of America’s Obsession With Cat Ownership

Sun, Oct 18, 2009 | By Stephenson Billings

Pets have a special place in American’s hearts. They can be play partners for our children, guardians of our property and friends for the elderly. They open our eyes to the wonderful beauty of the natural world. They can teach our young the responsibilities of ownership and stewardship. And they can become an integral part of a family’s daily life. But is welcoming any...