April132012
“The right to bear arms comes from our creator, not from our government,” he said, to cheers. “It is one of the inalienable rights alluded to in our Declaration of Independence. … Far fewer women would be raped, far fewer children would be killed … and far fewer dictators would survive if people had the right to bear arms everywhere on the planet.” Newt Gingrich.  Still running for president.
April122012
“Investigators say this action by the two men to try and conceal themselves made Williams fear for his life and it was then he fired two shots striking each man one time in the head.”

911 calls released in shooting of Michael Gentry-Hill Jr., Darren Tyree Hill, | GoUpstate.com

We’ve got a serious problem in this country.

April112012
““I really wish that, standing here before you, was Allen West and President Obama,” West said. “We could have a simple discussion. But that ain’t ever gonna happen.” “Why not?” an audience member asked. “Cuz he was too scared!” West responded in a mocking voice.” Allen West: Up To 80 House Dems Are Members Of The Communist Party | TPM2012
April62012
(via Scott Walker Quietly Repeals Wisconsin Equal Pay Law)

The 2009 Equal Pay Enforcement Act was meant to deter employers from discriminating against certain groups by giving workers more avenues via which to press charges. Among other provisions, it allows individuals to plead their cases in the less costly, more accessible state circuit court system, rather than just in federal court.

(via Scott Walker Quietly Repeals Wisconsin Equal Pay Law)

The 2009 Equal Pay Enforcement Act was meant to deter employers from discriminating against certain groups by giving workers more avenues via which to press charges. Among other provisions, it allows individuals to plead their cases in the less costly, more accessible state circuit court system, rather than just in federal court.

April52012
“Speaking in Harrisburg, Pa., Romney told an audience that Obama may have spent “too much time at Harvard,”” Mitt Romney, Harvard JD/MBA, Says Obama Spent Too Much Time At Harvard | TPM2012
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“Women don’t care about contraception, they care about jobs and their families.” South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley campaigning for Mitt Romney
April22012
“People detained for minor offenses can turn out to be the most devious and dangerous criminals,”

U.S. News - Supreme Court: Strip searches, even for minor offenses

The best way to tell if someone is a dangerous criminal is to look at their dick. 

March142012

On March 22nd, 1972, the Supreme Court undermined the boundaries and benefits of marriage. In the decision Eisenstadt v. Baird, the Court struck down a Massachusetts law prohibiting the distribution of contraceptives to unmarried people, and implicitly sanctioned unmarried non-procreative sexual intimacy. While the decision may seem archaic and insignificant by modern sexual standards, Eisenstadt v. Baird dealt a decisive blow to the legal and cultural norm that marriage was the institution for the full expression of the sexual relationship between man and woman. The decision and its legal consequences affect us today. Forty years ago, the Court ruled that unmarried couples could not be denied their birth control. Today, the Federal government is forcing us to share the cost, for said contraception and some states are giving marital status to homosexual relationships.

(via 40 Years Since Eisenstadt v. Baird: A Look at the High Court’s Legal Attack on Marriage)
While the FRC is looking to cry and gnash their teeth I say we make it a holiday.  March 22nd, national get yo’ fuck on day.  It’s a thing.

On March 22nd, 1972, the Supreme Court undermined the boundaries and benefits of marriage. In the decision Eisenstadt v. Baird, the Court struck down a Massachusetts law prohibiting the distribution of contraceptives to unmarried people, and implicitly sanctioned unmarried non-procreative sexual intimacy. While the decision may seem archaic and insignificant by modern sexual standards, Eisenstadt v. Baird dealt a decisive blow to the legal and cultural norm that marriage was the institution for the full expression of the sexual relationship between man and woman. The decision and its legal consequences affect us today. Forty years ago, the Court ruled that unmarried couples could not be denied their birth control. Today, the Federal government is forcing us to share the cost, for said contraception and some states are giving marital status to homosexual relationships.

(via 40 Years Since Eisenstadt v. Baird: A Look at the High Court’s Legal Attack on Marriage)

While the FRC is looking to cry and gnash their teeth I say we make it a holiday.  March 22nd, national get yo’ fuck on day.  It’s a thing.

March132012
“I believe that we live in America. We don’t live in the Soviet Union," Lesko said. "And so government shouldn’t be telling employers, Catholic organizations or mom-and-pop employers to do something that’s against their moral beliefs.”

Birth-control-exclusion bill goes to AZ Senate

Certainly the only thing preventing us from becoming the USSR is our freedom make medical decisions for our employees.