Thursday, December 1, 2011

The Wrap-Up: December 1, 2011

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard
I'm seriously getting tired of stories involving pepper-spray. Come on people, get your own ideas.

Dear Tea Party, no one likes you anymore (at least most don't). Regards, America. 

Australia's Prime Minister is getting pressure from both sides on marriage equality in the run-up to her party's conference this coming weekend.

Despite conservatives saying President Obama has waged a war on energy, the U.S. is set to do something it hasn't done in over 6 decades. Go figure that, Republicans are wrong on the facts...again.

Will he stay or will he go? We may see the end of Herman Cain's hilarious attempt at the presidency in the next few days.

FRC President Tony Perkins
A Kentucky church is not a big fan of interracial couples, and supposedly in the name of greater unity. Can we say "irony?"

There is a petition floating around that aims at stopping various media outlets from calling/using Tony Perkins (president of the so-called Family Research Council) as an "expert" and I highly suggest anyone reading this sign it. The man is the leader of a very homophobic hate group.

Speaking of Perkins, here is some sound to show who this man is and what he stands for (and against).

Exodus International, an "ex-gay" organization, seems to be swimming in a financial sea of red. I guess people are catching wise to Exodus (and all ex-gay organizations) being scams.

Showing how much of a news organization they really are, some Fox personalities made some predictions as to what Barney Frank will do after retiring from Congress. How professional of them...

Ron Paul
Where regulatory agencies (in this case the S.E.C) are failing, the judicial system must pick up the slack. Luckily, this judge put the smack-down on the S.E.C. and Citigroup.

And lastly, this ad by Ron Paul shows that Mitt Romney is not the only major flip-flopper in this campaign season.

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