It’s one of those news days where things are interesting but nothing is as awesome as the overturn of DOMA and Prop. 8. But let’s see what’s going on, shall we?
Good afternoon, kittens! Welcome to the news! From sitting at Brad Pitt’s dinner table to really old elephants, we’ve got everything you need to sound smart at this weekend’s dinner party.
Welcome to the Friday news roundup. I’m afraid there’s not a lot of good out there, though if it bleeds it leads, so perhaps good things are happening, but they aren’t pushing through.
Poodles and kittens, let’s just say the past two days have not been easy. Read More Mid-Week News: I’ve Been Better
In the first presidential debate, Mitt Romney mentioned that he would have to eliminate PBS funding even though he loved Big Bird, because it didn’t make sense to “pay for stuff by borrowing from China.” Read More Saving Big Bird
As if you guys couldn’t get enough political articles to read, here’s my two cents (or less if you bargain with me) on the matter.
As the title suggests, I am a twenty-something (25-soon-to-be-26 to be exact) who lives in Florida with my husband. Yes, we are a hetero white couple who live in a major city (Orlando) and both have jobs. My husband works at a small business, which he has been with since its infancy ten years ago. I’m the product of a middle-class family and went through the public education system here in Florida. So, if one were to guess based on these few facts, it may seem like I would probably lean toward the right politically, wouldn’t it? Read More A Twenty-something Looks at Politics
I do understand how someone could not want to vote for President Obama, but I truly cannot understand why anyone would help the chances of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan getting in. No matter what President Obama may or may not do, it’s nothing on the scale of what
these men the Koch Brothers will do. Let’s face it, at best Tweedledum and Tweedledee will be sock monkeys – Grover Norquist called it.
Because reading all the news takes too much time, I’ve put it into easily digestible haiku.