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Monthly Archives: February 2011
Note: filistro has just returned from vacation. This is the last of her previously-written articles, but it seems appropriate to publish now, in light of the recent addition of Hawaii to the civil union states, plus Obama’s decision to not enforce … Continue reading
Sundays bring us the political talk shows. If you see something interesting on one of them, jump on the comment board and talk about it. This week, coinciding with the National Governors Association‘s annual winter meeting, everyone’s got a governor … Continue reading
So Keith Olbermann has resurfaced during his time in broadcast purgatory with a new website based on the Twitter hashtag of his ardent followers ‘Friends of Keith’. Click the banner to see it. You can catch him there until his … Continue reading
No surprise: Mississippi. The most liberal identifying ‘state’ is the District of Columbia. A Gallup Poll is out ranking the states and DC’s political identification. Once again, it turns out that Americans are more likely to identify themselves as conservative rather … Continue reading
What a week. The Facebook rebellion continues in the Middle East as it now looks like Libyans are finally going to overthrow Moammar el-Gadhafi. Could Iran be far behind? Here in America, the Wisconsin protests took a strange turn as Governor … Continue reading
Today it was announced that Jeffrey Cox was fired from his job as Indiana Deputy Attorney General. His offense? On Saturday, he tweeted that officials should “use live ammunition” to clear protesters from the Wisconsin Capitol. This brings up a … Continue reading