The struggle to allow access for low-income women in Texas has suffered a set back when Judge Gary Harger ruled against Planned Parenthoods plan to provide care.
Archive for January 1st, 2013
Instead of working on the fiscal cliff, House Republicans spent yesterday on frivolous measures, like renaming a NASA center in California after astronaut Neil Armstrong.
‘Crazy Eyes’ biting off more than she can chew, an electoral map covered in ‘Santorum,’ Mittens packing fudge, Trump’s hell toupee, and other unforgettable images from Election 2012.
So it appears that the Republicans are going to drink Trump’s Kool-Aid and once again drive the American economy to the edge.
Post-election, conservative talk shows have taken a hit as their viewership realized they had been completely misinformed about where the election was going.
Sensible people would realize they are being sandbagged, and would swallow their principles and pass the thing in the interest of national unity and legislative responsibility.
‘They were compensated when their child came home alive that day.’
Yeah, that’s bile you taste in the back of your throat.
The annual report on the federal court system written by Chief Justice Roberts talks little about the courts, and lots about old sailing ships.
From the dark and inscrutable mind of super-conservative publication ‘World Net Daily’ comes their choice for man — or rather woman — of the year, Michele Bachmann:
Whether spoken by a high-profile politician, or one of their high-profile supporters, these one-line (or two-line) zingers have helped frame 2012’s most important political debates.
A ‘slut shaming’ website has figured out how to turn anonymous slander into cash, by charging victims $100 to remove their information.