Tuesday, January 24, 2012

The Wrap-Up: January 24, 2012

Despite Newt Gingrich's lead in Florida polls, Mitt Romney may have gotten some early help.

Here are the worst anti-gay moments of last week, which I'm sure took some time to whittle down.

If only the American people could afford to buy politicians like the Koch brothers can.

Tennessee's Tea Party wants to practice revisionist history. On the chopping block: slavery references in text books.

If you're going to get rid of outdated laws, you would think that getting rid of a law thrown down by the Supreme Court would qualify...unless you're a Kansas Republican of course.

There is a lot of proof out there that when it comes to same-sex couples parenting, Rick Santorum knows less than nothing.

With a State of the Union address taking place tonight, we should all be aware ahead of time the difference between lofty rhetoric and actual governance.

Are the higher-ups in the Republican party afraid of having Gingrich at the top of their ticket.

Even though Republicans nationally are very much against marriage equality, a GOP senator in the Washington legislator understands the topic at hand.

Speaking of marriage equality in Washington state, there are now enough votes in both houses for the measure to pass.

And lastly, today will see the introduction of a marriage equality measure into the legislature of Maryland.

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