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Christian radio preacher Harold Camping predicted the world was going to end last Saturday. But in a stunning reversal of conventional wisdom, it turns out that God doesn’t reveal his inner-most plans to kooks from the radio. Crime Library has a photo gallery of our greatest false prophets.
They may be men of God, but they apparently follow a version of the Bible rewritten by the staff of Hustler. From underage marriage to polygamy, sexual and physical abuse, and theft on the grandest of scales, a look at the most wretched behind the robes. TruTV has the story.
Reader Tom Layton responds to John Freshwater, Gay Bashing Science Teacher, Burned Crosses into His Students’ Arms. When it comes to fundamentalism, he believes the Christian nuts are just as scary as the Muslim ones…
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: The sovereign movement is a catch-all label for people who believe they are subject only to common law, and therefore not subject to all the statutory laws of the U.S. government at its various levels — federal, state and local. Sometimes calling themselves “constitutionalists” or “freemen,” individuals who subscribe to a sovereign ideology often don’t believe they are required to follow any regulations drafted and passed by politicians — things like tax codes or driver’s license rules — because the U.S. government has been corrupted and sovereigns are not under contract to adhere to all of its laws. Westword has the story.
A group of white nationalists that don’t think they’re white supremacists traipsed around the Rice University campus and placed at least four “recruitment” fliers on trees and traffic-light boxes as part of their mission to save white people from the genocide they see on the horizon.
According to Rice University police, students began reporting the fliers and chattering about them on Twitter. One flier, signed by the American Vanguard, said, “We have a right to exist” with a picture of white people’s faces, and another said “Defending your people is a social duty, not an anti-social crime” with a picture of mom and child, according to Rice spokesman B.J. Almond. Others posted at Texas universities including Texas State and the University of Texas – Dallas drew inspiration from President Donald Trump.