Wednesday, June 6, 2012

The Wrap-Up: June 6, 2012

Today is the 68th anniversary of the D-Day landings on the beaches of Normandy.

As of when I'm writing this, the Koch Brothers Citizens United Scott Walker won the Wisconsin recall election. He does still have some nagging legal issues to get sorted out.

Senate Republicans are blocking an equal pay law via filibuster, thus showing that A) filibuster reform is a must and B) Republicans think women don't deserve equality.

A nun who has voiced support for marriage equality has been denounced by a bunch of people that shield pedophiles from the rule of law the Vatican.

Another school district has failed another child who was the victim of malicious bullying because his peers thought he was gay (silver lining: there was no suicide in this story).

A New Jersey doctor denied an HIV+ man from access to his medication, which could have made him resistant to the medication. It would be a crime for this doctor's license was left intact.

Davis, California created its own currency, and apparently they aren't the only place in the States to have done so.

Romney has zero room to talk about the Obama administration and Solyndra. He has his own solar issues.

Proposition 8 supporters have lost yet another court decision.

And lastly, the self-marriage trend.

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