Tuesday, November 22, 2011

The Wrap-Up: November 22, 2011

William Cohen
Today marks 48 years since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Former Defense Secretary and Republican Senator William Cohen pinned an op/ed saying his party's stance on taxes endangers national security.

The failure of the Super Committee may not have been a completely bad thing.

A pregnant woman was beaten at Occupy Seattle and subsequently miscarried.

Elizabeth Warren (despite not running in a national campaign) has risen into the national spotlight and here are some reasons why.

Brandon McInerney
It looks like Brandon McInerney will be getting off relatively lightly for what was undoubtedly a cold-blooded, hate-filled, murderous act.

Is the so-called Christian organization NOM advocating people spitting on lesbian couples? Obviously it's what Jesus would do....

The one way Mitt Romney is consistently conservative? The way he misrepresents facts.

Despite what Republicans say, trickle-down economics doesn't work...unless...

Speaking of Senate races, former Wisconsin governor Tommy Thompson will be jumping into that state's race on the GOP side (amongst others) where the main Democratic competitor will be Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin. It looks like Wisconsin will be a political nerd's dream in 2012.

Jake Plummer
Where a school district is doing nothing to stop bullying, the students are taking action.

Former Broncos QB Jake Plummer had some words about current Broncos QB Tim Tebow...and they weren't exactly about his playing ability. For the record, I agree with Plummer.

And finally, this is most likely the best story you will read for a long, long time.

TV ALERT!!! Tonight will be the first GOP debate with Newt "more child labor" Gingrich as a front-runner, so we'll see how his fellow candidates will handle this shift.

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