Thursday, January 26, 2012

The Wrap-Up: January 26, 2012

Bill gates adds his name to the list of the rich calling for tax fairness. I'm thinking that the Koch brothers won't be following his good example.

It really seems that this one particular Minnesota school district is bound and determined to not address its bullying problem no matter how many lives it claims. Seriously, all of this "think of the children" talk is hot-air.

Just when I was getting used to not hearing about Michele Bachmann in the news, here she is again.

I find it completely unsurprising that most Americans disagree with Romney's claim that "corporations are people."

Speaking of whom, Florida voters, hit hard by home foreclosures, may like Romney even less when they learn this. Nice "work" if you can get it though.

Yesterday, Rep. Gabby Giffords (D-AZ) bid farewell to the House of Representatives.

I guess I have to stop hating on Starbucks now, with them being for marriage equality and all.

Republican debate #342 will take place tonight at 8pm on CNN. I'm not sure if getting home from the day job early enough to see this will be a good thing.

And lastly, some New Jersey Senate Democrats respond to Governor Chris Christie's veto threat/suggestion of putting marriage equality.

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