Thursday, February 9, 2012

The Wrap-Up: February 9, 2012

The last known veteran of World War I passed away this weekend.

The Washington House has voted in favor of marriage equality. Hopefully, Governor Gregoire takes her sweet time in signing the bill though.

After catching a bad case of "Foot-in-Mouth Disease," CNN has suspended contributor Roland Martin.

The conservative position on cancer screenings: they're bad.

Speaking of silly conservative positions, the so-called Family Research Council is anti-Girl Scout cookies, and it has nothing to do with the calories...

...while CPAC is pro-white supremacy. Talk about ass-backwards priorities.

Dear climate change deniers, please explain!

Homophobia has a cost. In the case of anti-gay adoption policies here in Virginia, we know what those costs are.

You know that feeling when you're about to do something you know is wrong but you do it anyway only to regret it in very short order? Well, Komen for the Cure knows that feeling also.

The battle for marriage equality opens a new front: Illinois.

And lastly, some (read: many) Christians are choosing to boycott the boycott on Starbucks. Yes, I wrote that sentence correctly.

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