Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc), a tea party favorite, insulted minimum wage workers at a recent constituent event, saying that "when you’re a good worker you don’t stay at minimum wage for long." Johnson has a strong record supporting the one
Today in 1964, this Smokey Robinson-penned song became Motown's first number one hit and broke up the Beatles' monopoly of the first 5 positions on the charts. Last week it was songs about girls, tonight I want to hear your favorite songs about
I woke up today with this Harold Dorman penned hit in my head. Johnny Rivers recorded my favorite version and took it to number 9 on the charts in 1964. Y'all have a nice Friday night!
Victory! Department Of Justice Will Not Defend Defense Of Marriage Act UPDATED: Now Boehner Says "Focus On Jobs"?
Paragraph Four of the Department of Justice Memo says it all: After careful consideration, including a review of my recommendation, the President has concluded that given a number of factors, including a documented history of discrimination,
Miller-McCune: Academics link violent rhetoric with violent acts Corrente: What is money? Cogitamus: Libertarians Aren't The Pump Handle: Worth Reading: Highways, Ending Poverty, and the Dangers of Sitting Shakesville:: Today
<a href="http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/baker-street-singer-gerry-rafferty-dead-at-63-20110104">RIP Gerry Rafferty</a>:
This song was the only Number One hit for England's Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel. Despite the its bounciness, Harley revealed that the song was directed at former band members who he felt abandoned by.
Virginia AG Ken Cuccinelli has been in the news a lot lately. You may have heard about the letter he wrote earlier this month to all of Virginia’s p
The Left Coaster: You can go to a soldier's funeral now, Mr. President Politics in the Zeros: The unexpected return of class war Where's the Outrage
Even some of the denizens of the far Right are beginning to work out that the Russians aren't afraid of their bark and may just bite back in return. W
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