Gay CNN anchor Don Lemon defends ‘Duck Dynasty’ star | The Daily Caller

“Duck Dynasty’s” Phil Robertson got an unlikely boost Wednesday when CNN anchor Don Lemon — who is gay — told Piers Morgan he disagrees with Robertson’s “indefinite suspension” from the A&E television network over his anti-gay remarks.

Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson blasted for linking homosexuality to bestiality in controversial new interview | Mail Online

Phil, who has been married to his wife Kay since 1966, then got even more explicit, stating: ‘It seems like, to me, a vagina – as a man – would be more desirable than a man’s anus. That’s just me. I’m just thinking: There’s more there! She’s got more to offer. I mean, come on, dudes! You know what I’m saying? But hey, sin: It’s not logical, my man. It’s just not logical.’

Disney’s Iger Concedes Mistakes Were Made

Today at the just-concluded annual meeting of Disney shareholders in Phoenix, in response to questions about anti-Christian and anti-conservative bias at ABC and ESPN from an attorney with the National Center for Public Policy Research, Disney CEO Robert Iger conceded that Disney’s news media operations have been guilty of bias and inaccuracy, but he stopped short of saying how the company is addressing the problem.

Indiana Receives Record Number Of Job Commitments | News – Indiana Public Media

The expected jobs will pay a higher wage than the state average, which is $20 an hour.

Pfizer’s blockbuster blue pill Viagra set to go generic in 2015 | Indianapolis Star |

Fifteen years after Pfizer Inc.’s Viagra changed the sexual equation for older men, the blockbuster impotence drug is set to become available in a less expensive generic form as early as 2017.

Proposed anti-bullying ordinance carries strict punishments

A proposed Benton Harbor ordinance would mean strict penalties for bullies.

Youth more likely to be bullied at schools with anti-bullying programs, UT Arlington researcher finds – News Center – UT Arlington

Anti-bullying initiatives have become standard at schools across the country, but a new UT Arlington study finds that students attending those schools may be more likely to be a victim of bullying than children at schools without such programs.

Former Pizza Hut manager won’t take job back

The former Elkhart Pizza Hut manager who said he was fired for refusing to open on Thanksgiving has decided not to take his job back.

Target confirms 40 million credit cards stolen | The Daily Caller

Target, America’s second-largest retailer, confirmed Thursday that the credit card information of up to 40 million customers may have been electronically stolen between Black Friday and Dec. 15.

This holiday season, we must teach our kids the blessing of being American | The Daily Caller

December 19th marks the 236th anniversary of General George Washington and the Continental Army’s arrival at Valley Forge. Here a tired and ill-equipped army would camp for the winter during one of the bleakest periods of the American Revolution.

Indiana soldier among 6 dead in Afghanistan crash

A northern Indiana soldier who was among six U.S. service members killed after a helicopter crashed in southern Afghanistan was on his third deployment overseas, his mother said.