Gratuitous Impiety

Left and Right Featured in Idiot Dioramas

Diorama exhibits at the Los Angeles Museum of Natural History and Anthropological Studies will include a new sociology exhibit of obsolete or regressive political movements. One exhibit titled “Predicate Thinking in Political Parties: Neurosis as a Political Identity”; examines the total lack of reason in political decision making which results from “loyal” allegiance to a political party. Seen here in the “Hairy Pit Feminist” diorama aside Madonna is Maureen Dowd, New York Times columnist and author of “Are Men Really Necessary?” […]

Gratuitous Impiety

DaVinci Code Sequel Previews

“Your book’s precious conjecture that Jesus wasn’t crucified, that he had children with Mary, then moved to France and thus became a royal blood lineage that exists to this day… It all serves tyranny well. What better way to perpetuate the unworthy kingdoms of inbreds than to fool the world into believing the royal families of Europe are direct descendants of Jesus of Nazareth?” […]

Gratuitous Impiety

Sen. Robert Byrd’s Private Art Collection

He wad a senior Democratic Senator best known for his virulent stand against the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a contempt for “white niggers” and an unrepentant past as a Klan recruiter. But look under the hood (pardon the pun), and you’ll see the driving force behind West Virginia’s new art museum, The Robert Byrd Museum of Art. Join us, won’t you? as we take a peek at Sen. Robert Byrd’s private art collection… […]

JAG

Inside the Abortion Clinic (WARNING: Graphic Content)

Pictured is Ana Rosa Rodriguez, a late-term abortion survivor. If you look closely, you’ll notice that this child is missing her right arm. That’s because her arm was ripped off in the process of an abortion on New York’s Lower East Side in October of 1991. Ana Rosa was 32 weeks old at the time of the abortion. Rosa, Ana’s mother had told Dr. Abu Hayat that she had changed her mind and didn’t want to go through with the abortion. […]

History

No One Has an IQ

"Did you know that a psychologist can make your IQ score higher or lower depending on the test selected? For a number of years I conducted the IQ testing for people applying for membership in , a society for highly intelligent people. I administered an intelligence test supplied by the Mensa headquarters for testing people in groups. The test was the Cattell and it had an unusual feature. Instead of having a standard deviation of 15 or 16, it had a standard deviation of 23…" […]