Friday, December 23, 2011

The Wrap-Up: December 23, 2011

This is Rick Santurom's version of surging according to his supporters.

North Carolina's House Speaker was challenged by a UNC-Chapel Hill student over the state's proposed constitutional marriage equality ban.

Most (about 70%) of Senator Jim DeMint's (R-SC) deficit reduction plan takes aim at the poor.

House Republicans are not playing nice with Senate Republicans in an effort to extend the payroll tax-cut.

The United States Department of Justice is finally entering the right side of the fight on the so-called Defense of Marriage Act.

Every time one of these GOP candidates rises to the top, a damning event from their past rears its ugly head. It's Ron Paul's turn.

Scott Arnold, the gay man that Newt Gingrich told he should vote for Obama, made an appearance on the Ed Show.

It has been a year since the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell was signed and, surprise surprise, none of the doomsday scenarios of yet materialized.

Speaking of DADT's repeal, NBC Nightly News talked to some soldiers in Afghanistan, gay and straight, about how life has been since the repeal has gone into effect.

A teaser has come out for the HBO film "Game Change" based on a book by the same title. It seriously seems like the trailer for a disaster film

And lastly, Zach Wahls, of YouTube fame for speaking in front of the Iowa legislature on marriage equality, brings us a video that would warm anyone's heart...except Rick Santorum's I'm sure.

I hope everyone out there has a happy holiday and, so I don't get accused of waging war, MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

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