Friday, April 6, 2012

The Wrap-Up: April 6, 2012

Senator Scott Brown (R-MA) thinks that making sure everyone is treated equally under the law is merely a "pet project." I could have sworn that it was his job, but maybe that's just my imagination.

After Republicans complained about Obama's stimulus not having a good return-on-investment, one of their darlings (Gov. Chris Christie R-NJ) is getting quite a poor ROI after massive corporate tax breaks he gave away.

A secret meeting was held with conservative leaders and Rick Santorum concerning his way ahead in this race. It's funny how they actually think he has a way ahead.

With some slight changes, "Bully" has finally been reduced to a PG-13 rating.

Canada is doomed, and it's all because of the gays. Surprisingly, Pat Robertson isn't the person who said this.

Newt Gingrich hasn't had much luck when it comes to starting political organizations. Then again, the same could be said about him running for President. Maybe he isn't as smart as he thinks he is.

An Ohio judge (kind of) has ruled on whether or not a student can wear a pro-gay t-shirt.

An NHL player makes the obvious connection that tends to escape many other people between homophobia and racism.

Over 600,000 people have thanked Starbucks for their support of marriage equality. I'm happy to have been one of those people.

And lastly, a drag show at a Catholic University. Wait until you hear the university's response.

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