Tuesday, April 3, 2012

The Wrap-Up: April 3, 2012

Republicans who are complaining about corporate tax rates really should do their homework...or just stop lying.

Even three primaries will be occurring today (and Romney is leading in all three), all eyes are on Wisconsin.

Could Rick Santorum already be eyeing the 2016 race?

Finally, the Arizona legislature gets something right...at least for now.

An anti-gay author had the temerity to say that gay people would benefit from the passage of North Carolina's Amendment 1.

Most North Carolinians do not actually know what Amendment 1 even does. This is why an educated populace is important.

"Bully" may be recut to change its rating (which would be a shameful necessity in this particular case).

Some people think that the next economic bubble to burst will be student loan debt, which is reaching record levels.

Paul Ryan really thinks he knows more about military spending than Pentagon officials.

In the race for the White House, the GOP war on women is backfiring.

An effort to curb voting rights in Missouri has been (thankfully) thwarted.

And lastly, Mitt Romney gets cagey about Mormon teachings.

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