Wednesday, November 30, 2011

The Wrap-Up: November 30, 2011

Today is the last day of Hurricane Season.

While the vast majority of us respect our military men and women, it looks like some banks have no problem taking their homes right from under them...and illegally so.

Herman Cain's (alleged) scandal are costing him in the polls and elsewhere.

A Maryland legislator is blaming her indictment on...wait for it...THE GAYS!!!

There is at least some good jobs least for the auto-industry.

Andrew Sullivan
There may also be some wider good news on the jobs front.

 Conservative commentator/blogger Andrew Sullivan has some choice words for Republicans and conservatives.

A lawsuit against New York's marriage equality bill may proceed in court.

Despite his new place at/near the top of the polls, there are still some who have it in for Newt Gingrich.

Speaking of Newt, in news that surprises no one, he supports majority tyranny.

Governor Mark Dayton (D-MN)
Did the Occupy Movement get the GOP to buckle on extending the payroll tax cut?

The Pennsylvania legislator who tried to rig his state's electoral vote may try a run for U.S. Senate.

Minnesota's Governor has stepped his state into the fight against the bullying epidemic.

And lastly, Brian Williams shows his classic grace in strange circumstances.

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