Thursday, January 5, 2012

The Wrap-Up: January 5, 2012

Michele Bachmann has exited the race for the GOP presidential nomination. I wonder if God told her to do that like he told her to enter the race?

Despite Santorum's showing in the Iowa Caucuses, he has some bad news headed his way.

Here are some LGBT reactions to the Iowa Caucuses, all 100 words or less.

On the other side of the presidential race, President Obama is solidifying his game plan.

Sarah Palin, based on this interview, doesn't view Rick Santorum's constant judgment of LGBT people as being judgmental.

Nikki Haley
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley is facing some heat from the Tea Party (which had supported her) after her endorsement of Mitt Romney.

That XL "shovel-ready" pipeline that GOP candidates keep harping is, according to a whistle-blower, not safe whatsoever.

The Parliament of Hungary has enshrined discrimination in their new Constitution which took effect this year.

Despite months of Republican obstructionism, President Obama is using the recess to appoint a chief to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Peter Depp
The Tennessee legislature looks poised to give students license to bully their LGBT peers under the guise of freedom of speech.

In lighter Tennessee news, what is it like telling gay jokes there?

And lastly, here is an editorial on the societal double standard on male sexuality.

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