Your tax dollars at work, ctd

  • Pastor allegedly gave student a $9,000 bad tuition check

    A self-proclaimed pastor accused of writing car dealerships bad checks allegedly wrote a University of West Georgia student a nearly $9,000 bad check for his tuition.

  • Dayton pastor accused of murder in death of foster son, 2

    Torace D. Weaver, a Dayton pastor accused of murder, was 2-year-old Stanley Thomas’s foster father but he and his wife had not adopted the boy, Kevin Lavoie, spokesman with Montgomery County Children Services, has confirmed.

  • Activist pastor accused of child molestation

    A Southeast Georgia pastor who has been a lightning rod of controversy was arrested Friday after a young man who used to be a church member told the Georgia Bureau of Investigation the man molested him in 2010.

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    After the mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando in June, Adkins tweeted about homosexuals, “I don’t see none of them as victims. I see them as getting what they deserve.”

  • Diocese: Three priests added to list of alleged abusers

    Add three priests accused of child sexual abuse to the list of those with ties to the Harrisburg diocese.

    The diocese confirmed Friday three names identified by the York Daily Record/Sunday News, which has been investigating the scope of abuse in the diocese.

  • EH minister rejects plea deal in child sexual assault case

    A minister from East Hartford who is accused of having sexual intercourse with a 10-year-old-girl rejected a plea bargain on Friday that called for him to spend no more than eight years in prison, and possibly less.

    The minister, Prince Medfred Asiam, 54, who has listed an address on Risley Street, is charged with sexual assault in the first, third, and fourth degrees and risk of injury to a child. He is free on a $100,000 bond.

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Be true to your cult, ctd


Seriously: Rule #1 for a good life is staying away from these freaks.

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Be true to your cult, ctd


What Southern Baptists believe in is animal husbandry, a cosmic grant of permission to have sex in order to procreate and grow the cult — and they affirmatively condemn the mutual loyalty and shared ambitions that make a marriage and are indispensable to building satisfying lives together; those are presumptions upon the absolute sovereignty of Our Invisible Friend, who alone is worthy of your loyalty and will tell you what your ambitions are.

Once, the Southern Baptists were respectable, but since the so-called Conservative Resurgence they’ve degenerated into just another rotten cult. Stay away.

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Back in the ol’ hometown, ctd


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Clinton’s new campaign ad

I marvel that a man like Donald Trump is the choice of the Republican Party that I grew up with. This is the time for that handful of honorable conservatives who refused to associate themselves with him to form-up a new party, because the party of Trump will never be trusted by anybody sane. It doesn’t matter if they run around the day after the election and insist that they’re going to do better, be inclusive, quit defaming everybody in their catalog of others, quit conniving against the operation of the government, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. It doesn’t even matter if they are sincere; the stain of their association with Trump will never come out — and that sick pastiche of racists and evangelicals who are now the party base will never stand for it anyhow.

There are all sorts of issues about which there is room for disagreement with Jeb Bush, Lindsay Graham, John Kasich, John McCain, and so forth — but at least they are intelligent men grounded in reality and none of them is a blinking-neon whore like Chris Christie or Marco Rubio. They need to call a meeting and organize a new party.

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