Wednesday, March 14, 2012

The Wrap-Up: March 14, 2012

Last night was not a good night to be Mitt Romney...if such a thing even exists.

A Pennsylvania legislator has withdrawn a marriage "protection" amendment from consideration.

Anybody want to buy a national park? Teddy Roosevelt (a Republican who supported/started national parks) must be spinning in his grave.

The Governor of Tennessee is still none too fond of the state's proposed "Don't Say Gay" bill. I'm still surprised that this is coming from a Republican governor.

Here is a very surprising (and encouraging) source of support for marriage equality: an Evangelical Christian Republican from Iowa.

One of the most under-reported problems facing the LGBT community is our homeless youth.

Steve Schmidt, the campaign manager for John McCain's 2008 presidential run has some...not-so-nice things to say about Sarah Palin.

Denmark may become nation #11 to legalize marriage equality. What's that nation that calls itself "the land of the free" again?

Members of Congress are signing onto a petition to lower the rating of the film "Bully" from R to PG-13.

And lastly, Jon Stewart takes on conservative tax master Grover Norquist (there are 3 videos, all worth watching).

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