Anti-Abortion Group: If ‘Black Lives Matter,’ What About the 16 Million Black Babies Killed in Abortions?

Do these types of comments go too far?

Wesley J. Smith writes in

“…(I)f you really want to find the source of missing African-American voters, it is estimated that more than 16 million African-American babies weren’t born because of abortion.

“If you really want to find missing black voters, that’s where I think the finger should be pointed. Because of Roe v. Wade, and what some believe to be the targeting of African-Americans by the abortion industry, there are millions of black voters who never had a chance to cast a ballot.”

(Updated report)

Leaked Misogynistic Carlson Emails From ‘The Daily Caller’

TYT Network

Wikipedia: “Tucker Swanson McNear Carlson (born May 16, 1969) is an American political news correspondent and conservative pundit for the Fox News Channel. He is co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Daily Caller and formerly co-hosted CNN’s Crossfire and MSNBC’s Tucker.

The Daily Caller is an internet news site. The site has a right-wing agenda, so always double-check for other sources before citing a Daily Caller article.

Fox News states: “Tucker Carlson currently serves as co-host of FOX & Friends Weekend (weekends 6-10AM/ET). He joined FNC in 2009 as a contributor.”

Here, TYT Network discusses a misogynist e-mail exchange exposed at The Daily Caller.

Is The Worlds Biggest Troll?

Kanye West is a loser, according to a Web site whose sole purpose is to name and shame people. As of the past few days, when you type “” into your browser, it automatically redirects to West’s Wikipedia page. (This, on top of the whole Beck feud? Woe is Kanye.)

But before you feel too bad for Kanye, consider that has also lambasted President Obama, Reddit. and Al Gore. In fact, according to The Washington Post, has been calling people schoolyard insults, in quiet, pointless obscurity, for the past 15 years. may just be the best troll you’ve never heard of, according to The Washington Post.

“The conceit of the gag is pretty basic. Someone, somewhere in the world registered the domain “” in 1997. (Early evidence suggests this person was a guy named Steven Armato, who liked “yo mama” jokes and Apple computers.),” states the Post.

Since then, appears to have changed hands several times and been made into several purposes along the way (a chat forum, a retail store, an ad platform for PUAs.)

“But since its early days, when was just a list of ‘cool Web pages’ and favorite stock picks, typing “” into your URL bar wouldn’t always take you to that page. Sometimes, the site’s mischievous owner(s) would set up a technique called URL redirection, which basically means that, when you type in ‘,’ it sends you to another page.”

In 2000, for instance, took you to the Web site of Al Gore, the person who “lost” that year’s election.

The Washington Post:  “The funny thing about the gag, besides the fact that it’s gone on so long, is that it’s so overwhelmingly pointless. sees so little traffic, most analytics sites don’t even track it — it’s like making a bad dad joke to an empty room.”

(Updated post)

Mitch McConnell’s Strange Stance On Obamacare

In a debate last week, U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell was asked about his stance on The Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). His answer was fairly vague.  He says it’s fine to “have a website.”

It is unclear what he meant. The website is part of The Affordable Care Act, as well as the subsidies, Medicaid expansion, and the mandates for insurance companies to be on the exchange.

Many patient-protection laws are part of the act, such as the law that allows children to stay on their parents’ insurance plan until age 26.  Laws outlawing pre-existing conditions are also part of The Affordable Care Act.

Was it an attempt to dodge the question?

Sam Seder of Majority Report discusses it.