Walker Continues to Dodge Questions

In the movie Dodgeball, legendary coach Patches O’Houlihan told his team that they must learn the five d’s of dodgeball: dodge, duck, dip, dive and dodge! Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin is applying that lesson to politics. He doesn’t have a belief on evolution (allegedly) or on other issues. And now he doesn’t know what to say about net neutrality:
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Rubio’s Ridiculous Foreign Policy Lie

Like the former governors prepping for a run at the Republican presidential nomination, Sen. Marco Rubio tried to burnish his foreign policy credentials at CPAC in another fawning interview at CPAC. His claim that Obama isn’t fighting ISIS and the alleged reasons for that imagined reluctance are laughably ridiculous.
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Notre Dame Gives Benefits to Same-Sex Partners

Last fall, the University of Notre Dame, one of the premiere Catholic universities in the country, decided to extend benefits to the same-sex spouses of faculty and staff after the federal courts overturned Indiana’s ban on same-sex marriage and the Supreme Court rejected a request for a stay of the lower court rulings.
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Scott Walker Proves His Foreign Policy Chops

After trying and failing to show that he has a grasp of foreign policy at CPAC by claiming that if he could take on 100,000 teachers, he can take on ISIS, Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin went to Florida and spoke to the Club of Growth. And he made this rather bizarre argument about Ronald Reagan’s greatest foreign policy accomplishment:
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Fox News Doctor: Smoking Pot Causes Crack Babies

I can only assume that when Fox News hires a doctor to provide comment on medical matters, they go out and find bottom of the class graduates from Billy Bob’s Med School and Bait Shop. A member of their “Medical A Team” says that those virtually non-existent “crack babies” are caused by pregnant women smoking pot.
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Vox Day: Still a Massive Misogynist Douchebag

The Washington Post recently published an article about the cesspool of misogynist harassment, rape and death threats online and how it’s making some feminists clam up to avoid the risk. Vox Day, who doesn’t think women should even have the right to vote, thinks this is a splendid development and wants more of it:
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