Last week, we told you about GOP House candidate Bob Frey's discredited view regarding the link between gay sex and AIDS. Turns out there's more wacky theories where that one came from.The Bluestem Prairie blog unearthed a January 2004 audio clip of Frey claiming that "dinosaurs have always lived wi ... More >>
The New Ulm Actors Community Theater has decided to cancel their planned production of "Inherit the Wind" thanks to pressure from local evangelicals who object to the way the play portrays the evolution/creationism debate.SEE ALSO: Matt Birk refused White House trip because President Obama is pro-ch ... More >>
Greg Hall is a Roman Catholic deacon in Houston. He's also the owner of the St. Joseph, Minnesota-based American Manufacturing Company.SEE ALSO:-- Republicans sound the trumpet as Obamacare contributes to St. Jude's Minnesota layoffs -- Supreme Court upholds Obamacare: Top 10 Twin Cities tweets -- B ... More >>
See Also:Snoop Dogg at the Cabooze, 01/25/11Snoop Dogg: Master of time and history You must have heard by now that international rap star Snoop Dogg has opted to undergo a transformation of sorts. After announcing that he was tired of rap, the superstar--best known for hits like "Drop It Like It's H ... More >>
City Pages sits down with Smith to talk about how his ministry came to be.Since starting his evangelical, punk-rock ministry more than 10 years ago, Bradley Dean Smith has been the subject of much public scrutiny. For years, he's been accused of blurring the lines between church and state by tou ... More >>
Pawlenty appeared with the also-rans.Tim Pawlenty showed up last night in South Carolina to debate four other also-rans in the GOP presidential race: Herman Cain, Rick Santorum, Ron Paul, and Gary Johnson. They didn't actually debate, of course. No one debates at debates anymore: They speech ... More >>
Pharyngula blogWill he stay or will he go?Prolific, popular science blogger and University of Minnesota professor PZ Myers started a torrent of chatter when he announced that a "prestigious national magazine" had purchased his forum, ScienceBlogs.com. The buyer turned out to be National Geo ... More >>
Asian food meets Minnesota cider and lives in sweet harmony.
Raise a glass of sake and take advantage of birthday deals in honor of the beloved sushi spot.
Creationists bring their battle against science to the University of Minnesota.
Turns out delusion and superstition are learned traits.
Stolen cars, shootouts, and bitter country-club members—oh my
Film producers don't recognize Richard Dawkins
Two churches score big for Minnesota as they keep the God-loving but Glock-wielding masses at bay.
The FBI monitors vegans, Mozart is 250, Brits are mixed on evolution, stuff you shouldn't put in your microwave, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Biologist and blogger PZ Myers speaks out on the war on science, intelligent design, and the sexual habits of giant squid
Seven Minnesota authors pen poison Valentines to the place we call home
Last night, the WCCO television news aired a feature that purported to answer the question, "What is intelligent design?" Given recent developments in Dover, Pennsylvania and Kansas, the matter certainly deserves serious inquiry. It's a shame that the Good Neighbor did such a piss poor job. To beg ... More >>
Now that she's leaving, Cheri Pierson Yecke's tenure as schools czar recalled as salad days Last week, to remarkably little fanfare, Cheri Pierson Yecke announced she was abandoning her congressional run--but not her post as hawk-scholar at the Center for the American Experiment--in favor of an app ... More >>
A national prayer for our "humble leaders" takes place at the Minnesota Capitol tomorrow We never thought we'd say this, but we miss the oft-quotable former Gov. Jesse Ventura. In 1999, Ventura refused to sign a proclamation recognizing a state Prayer Day, a national event adopted by Congress in 19 ... More >>
Ignorance is.... A) Guaranteed by the Bill Of Rights; B) Evidence that our schools are working; C) Bliss
'Religious Right' illuminates the path to evildoing
Piety, politics, and polls about religion
Minnesota opera brings the feminist's nightmare, 'A Handmaid's Tale,' to the stage
Novelist and historian Tariq Ali on the war and the antiwar movement
Are prayer sessions at a local Ford dealership protected by the U.S. Constitution?
From a strip-mall office on the Twin Cities fringe, a lab researcher-turned-Bible radio star lectures the nation
A Minneapolis church and city leaders square off over windows
It should be remembered that the first plant Saddam used to make chemical weapons was built by the American multinational Bechtel with money supplied by the U.S. Agriculture Department.