Friday, March 23, 2012

The Wrap-Up: March 23, 2012

Upon closer inspection of GOP rules, Newt Gingrich's road to the nomination is even more difficult at this point than previously thought.

Speaking of Newt, having pinned his hopes on winning Southern states, he is polling a dismal third place in Louisiana (which will have a primary this weekend).

An Atlanta teen is suing after being removed as Student President by faculty for not being homophobic. Serves him right!?!

Unfortunately for Rick Santorum (but fortunately for the rest of us), talking too much about religion would turn against him in a general election.

The legal duo behind the fight against Proposition 8 sound off on the rating of the film "Bully." A legal challenge perhaps?

Dharun Ravi speaks about what happened with Tyler Clementi.

Here in the Commonwealth, President Obama is widening his lead over both Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney.

NOM has launched a boycott of Starbucks because of the company's support of Washington's marriage equality bill. here's to it being as successful as NOM's effort to overturn marriage equality in New Hampshire.

A Michigan Native American tribe may soon vote to enact marriage equality.

And lastly, actor/director Kevin Smith takes on conservatives, marriage, and pornography.

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