Thursday, March 15, 2012

The Wrap-Up: March 15, 2012

Tennessee's "Don't Say Gay" bill may be dead...again. Better this trash of a bill than kids who would suffer because of it. Of course what the state will turn its attention to instead...isn't much better.

Harry Reid (D-NV) forced Mitch McConnell's (R-KY) hand on the Senate voting on federal judges. You read that right, Democrats actually made republicans do something for once.

A Uganda gay group is suing Scott Lively (largely credited with inspiring Uganda's "Kill the Gays" bill).

Filed under things Mitt Romney wants everyone to forget: a certain vow he made in his (failed) 1994 Senate race against Ted Kennedy.

Just when you think Sarah Palin can't sink any lower into ignorance and inflammatory comments, she finds a way. To bad she doesn't put the same effort into learning about the world around her. Then again, she's pretty much on her own planet.

This week in TERRIBLE ideas from Arizona, being able to fire a woman for using birth control. Doesn't this legislature have bigger (or actual) problems to deal with?

A former Goldman Sachs executive has resigned due to the "toxic" nature of the industry.

GLAAD has begun what it calls the "Commentator Accountability Project."

And lastly, say goodbye to the Encyclopedia Britannica.

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