On Friday’s The Rachel Maddow Show, Rachel looked at the aftermath of the New Hampshire Republican primary. Now that the national press have left town and the candidates pushed on to South Carolina, the state party is drafting an initiative to enshrine into their state’s Constitution that marriage should be between a man and a… More Maddow to the GOP: ‘Just how anti-gay do you want to be?’ | The Raw Story
My initial thought to the question was: It’s going to make a great movie someday. Secondly, I doubt that United States is acting unilaterally here, if at all. In the world of international spying and assassinations a layman couldn’t begin to fit the pieces together what with the intrigue, suspense and shadowy characters. I’ll wait for… More Who’s killing Iranian nuclear scientists?
Pot, meet kettle… NewsHounds On [Thursday’s] (1/12/12) Your World, Fox Business Channel’s John Stossel added another bogus argument to the Republican War on Voting when he told host Neil Cavuto that “we shouldn’t have these get-out-the-vote campaigns” because “our intuition sets us astray in a modern economy” and “dumb” or uninformed people shouldn’t vote. That’s pretty… More Irony Alert! Fox News’ Stossel Says “Dumb People” Shouldn’t Vote
The top quotes in politics … “Let’s cut the pious baloney.” — Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich giving Mitt Romney some advice. “First dude went rogue.” — Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin commenting on her husband Todd’s endorsement of Gingrich. “I want my daughters treated the same way as my sons.” — President Barack Obama alluding to some hypothetical family members. “There’ll be no… More Politico’s: The week in one-liners: Newt, Palin, Paul
The White House This week, the President visited the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, welcomed this year’s NBA Champs—the Dallas Mavericks—addressed the EPA, announced a new Chief of Staff, and introduced the White House’s Insourcing Initiative.