Monday, January 17, 2011

Daily Blend: Monday, January 17, 2011

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Gulet Mohamed
Gulet Mohamed
  • Glenn Greenwald has more on the US government’s clear role in the unlawful and abusive detention of unaccused American teenager Gulet Mohamed [pictured] in Kuwait.

  • More Greenwald: On the grim irony of the US’s posturing about free speech and Internet freedom.

  • RedState founder Erick Erickson: What really matters about the Tuscon shooting is that Rep. Giffords believes in the wrong religion.

  • Ricky Gervais banned from hosting another Golden Globes for having the sheer gall to make celebrities “uncomfortable”.
    (via @jennifurret)

  • Amazing instance of Christian humility: Evangelical pastor openly admits he was wrong after being denounced for posting a video filled with pseudo-historical bullshit he’d gotten from someone else without fact-checking it first. More like this man, please.

  • Let’s play “list the fallacies” in Vox Day’s latest inane anti-atheist argument that data from the General Social Survey proves that “[m]ost atheists have sub-normal intelligence”.

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