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Here is your live blog for the day.

SPLC Wall Street Journal ad.

Today, the Family Research Council (FRC) and the American Family Association (AFA) bought a half-page ad in the Wall Street Journal urging Big Tech and media to stop referring to the SPLC's "hate-for-cash machine" as a reliable arbiter of "hate."

They referenced my work uncovering former SPLC spokesman Mark Potok declaring, "our aim in life is to destroy these groups."

Read more about it here.


We're breathing a sigh of relief here on the Front Range, following the apparent suicide of would-be Columbine copycat-killer Sol Pais.

How's your day been?

This election's real comic relief has arrived:

An oft-expressed sentiment from those on the pro-Constitution side of things:

She is responding to one of the DC-based juice box kids here. It's a reasonable assumption that Sparky McBetamale has almost no knowledge of real America.

Notre Dame fire continues to unite:

Great move from Disney.

The company behind The Hunchback of Notre Dame has pledged $5 million to rebuild Notre Dame cathedral.

Click on the tweet to read the whole letter.

To be clear...

Two men cannot have a child. Two women cannot have a child. One man and one woman are always necessary to make a baby. I don't oppose homosexual couples raising children (my lesbian aunt is doing so, giving Chinese girls a real chance at life they otherwise would not have had), but can we please acknowledge biology when it comes to reproduction?

There's recusal and then there's recusal-recusal, and clearly Foxx didn't even do the former.

TIME 100

Here are some interesting tidbits from TIME Magazine's list of the 100 most influential people.

Planned Parenthood's radical agenda.

Opponents of radical socialism making an impact.

2020 Democrats praising activists.