Tuesday, June 26, 2012

The Wrap-Up: June 26, 2012

A Pennsylvania Republican spilled the beans on the real reason behind voter ID laws, not that we hadn't already guessed anyway.

The Supreme Court, unfortunately, doubled down on corporate personhood.

Showing that they aren't completely backwards, they struck down most of Arizona's immigration law.

As we await the Supreme Court's decision on the Affordable Care Act (aka "Obamacare"), Americans seem to have a bad case of cognitive dissonance on the law and its key provisions.

I'm not sure how this (former) naval officer thought allowing an anti-gay hazing which almost resulted in rape fell under the heading "serving America," but at least he's a FORMER naval officer.

I'm pretty sure Chuck Norris has either taken one too many blows to the head, or he's just a paranoid lunatic. Either way, he's highly overrated.

A Republican Hispanic Congresswoman was none too happy about Romney's silence on immigration.

The Salvation Army is attempting something of an about-face against the recent homophobic statement of one of their Australian officials

And lastly, Jerry Sandusky got a song.

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