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Go to: God, Country and S&M (Just Another Republican Traditional Family Values Sex Scandal)

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Republican politicians do seem to get caught having affairs more often, but this seems to gloss over the fact that Democrat politicians have affairs, too. Someone should figure out how many politicians from each party (not just the big two) have been caught and figure out if there really is a significant difference, as I think there probably is. It could also be that we remember the Republican affairs more because they're usually the "moral crusaders" and everyone loves the storyline behind exposing a hypocrite.

Fri, 11 Sep 2009 13:26:00 UTC | #395969

Go to: RDF TV now available as an iTunes podcast!

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Awesome! Downloading now!

Fri, 11 Sep 2009 03:53:00 UTC | #395910

Go to: Part .1 - Scientology's response to church defectors: 'Total lies'

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They seem to be using the "I'm rubber and you're glue" defense.

Rathbun says Miscavige assaulted him? Then Rathbun is accused of assault.

Defectors say Scientology killed McPherson? Then the defectors are accused of being the ones who bungled that situation.

Mon, 22 Jun 2009 07:07:00 UTC | #372730

Go to: MUST WE ALWAYS CATER TO THE FAITHFUL WHEN TEACHING SCIENCE?

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There's a major formatting error here:

"Furthermore, contrary to stereotype, one certainly doesn't have to be an atheist in order to become a scientist. A 2005 survey of scientists at top research universities found that more than 48% had a religious affiliation and more than 75% believe that religions convey important truths.2 Some scientists — like Francis Collins, former director of the National Human Genome Research Institute, and George Coyne, astronomer and priest — have been outspoken about the satisfaction they find in viewing the world through both a scientific lens and one of personal faith. "

This paragraph should be included in the quotation box above it. Originally this had me totally confused, until I clicked the link to the original article. Please fix this!

Wed, 01 Apr 2009 09:52:00 UTC | #342535

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