We've gone to town with the news of Mary Cheney's pregnancy. We are so full of cheer we went ahead and created a whole cornucopia of baby shower gifts for the happy mom, her out-of-law wife and their baby to be.
Have the baby wear his or her mommies love and
their dissent with this most political of onesies.
It's never too early to learn how to slap one on
republicans and gay marriage haters.
There's more stuff at our Mary Cheney Baby store, but it's just a start. Would you like to add to the fun? Then go to town with your photoshop!
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Alarming News gleefully reports the reappearance of one Chris X. Brodeur, whose extended rants in the comments section of The Politicker are the stuff of urban fairy tales, completely, gloriously, dementedly insane all-caps spectacles.
Yes, I know, this isn't really news, but I get excited by silly stuff.
As I recently reported, Republican attacks on science have led pissed off scientists, including some fourteen Nobel Prize winners, to form an organization called "Scientists and Engineers for America (SEA)."
SEA has gotten off to a good start, though it remains to be seen if they can get going fast enough to affect this year's elections. But SEA has already done what has become a nearly necessary ritual for politics rgese days: gone on the Colbert Report.
If you want to see a Nobel Prize winning scientist talk with Colbert (and sit there watching him flip nis Nobel Prize like a coin), here's the footage:
It is good to see my fellow scientists finally realizing the threat right wing fanaticism poses in America today. I joined SEA two weeks ago and have already had some email discussions with them regarding Congressional races. Come on and support science but joining Scientists and Engineers for America. read more »