Below are some great comments from Politco’s The Arena section about Santorum’s comments… Politico (Backstory) Former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.), who’s contemplating a run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012, is questioning how President Barack Obama – as an African-American – can support abortion rights. In an interview with CNS News, Santorum argued that a… More Is Santorum right on slavery comparison?
This is not an anomaly, this is the norm within today’s volatile political rhetoric and it needs to be discussed… Think Progress Police in Arlington, MA this week seized a “large amount” of weapons and ammunition from local businessman Travis Corcoran after he wrote a blog post threatening U.S. lawmakers in the wake of the shooting of Rep.… More Police Seize ‘Large Amount’ Of Weapons From Blogger Who Praised Gifffords Shooting: ‘1 Down And 534 To Go’
Geithner RSVPs to Issa’s Hearing Invite: Thanks, But No Thanks Report: Top al-Qaeda figure killed Pearl Suicides soared in 2010 for Army Reserve, National Guard Glenn Beck And Sean Hannity Dropped From Philadelphia Radio Station Dems Press GOPers To Repeal Their Own Benefits Along With Health Care Law NBC/WSJ Poll: Short Republican honeymoon Rick Santorum Invokes… More Thursday Morning Blog Round Up
Lots of speculation going around about a novel which claims the author’s name is “Anon”. In the past, the same sort of speculation arose over a book called Primary Colors (A novel about the Clintons) in which the author used the name “Anonymous”. Subsequently, Joe Klein announced that he wrote that book. Huffgington Post Simon &… More ‘O: A Presidential Novel’: Who Wrote It?
On Tuesday Think Progress wrote this about Alabama Governor Robert Bentley: Hours after his swearing-in on Monday, Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley (R) spoke at the Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church in Montgomery, AL in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. King once served as “a pastor at the church during the 1955 Montgomery… More Alabama: Governor Apologizes for Excluding Non-Christians