Thursday, April 12, 2012

The Wrap-Up: April 12, 2012

Now despite Mitt Romney being the last (legitimate) Republican standing, he still faces the challenge of solidifying the Republican base.

In news that won't help Romney win independents, it seems that he is also against equal pay laws. Who says there is no war on women?

There are a lot of moving parts in the race to replace Rep. Ron Paul (who is not running for reelection for his House seat).

Dr. Robert Spitzer has retracted his claim (which had been cited by ex-gay supporters) that "reparative therapy" can work.

MSNBC's Chris Matthews may be changing his mind about allowing hate-group leader Tony Perkins on his show.

About that "sanctity of marriage" schtick social conservatives keep talking about...

A Texas high school took a very interesting route in dealing with a bullying problem.

And lastly, the X-Men will be having a gay wedding.

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