Is Mexico’s new President getting advice from John Edwards? Maybe.
Kathryn Bigelow cleans up, again, at NYC Critics Awards.
Atlanta City Council gets a 50% pay raise after 8 years. Can they just make it a full-time job already!?
Does your bank pay less taxes than you do? Probably
Elizabeth Warren [...]
In the interest of starting a controversy for no reason, I’d like to talk about religion and politics, especially in regards to Democratic politics. Before we get started on this existential journey, fire up the following track, helpfully embedded from Youtube. Just let it play in the background as you read, it’s important for the [...]
There were two significant developments on the gay marriage issue this week. New Hampshire’s conservative Democratic governor, John Lynch, signed legislation that authorizes same-sex marriages in that state, which brings the number of states where it’s been legalized to six. Former vice president Dick Cheney also said he supports gay marriage as [...]
U.S. Rep. Paul Broun of Athens announced last week he would introduce, once again, a proposed constitutional amendment that would prohibit same-sex marriages, an amendment that was obviously inspired by the growing tendency of states to allow gay marriage.
Now, this amendment has exactly zero chance of either being voted on or passing in Congress. [...]