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The most problematic aspect of the “religious freedom” legislation that has been proposed so far is how vague its language is and how broadly it can be applied. Indeed, each of the bills so far applies “religious freedom” not just to the issue of providing services to gays and lesbians, but conceivably to every kind of prejudice under the sun.
Don't we all want to have our cake...and eat it too?:)
AZ Gov. Jan Brewer has vetoed five bills, saying she won't sign anything until the state lawmakers pass Medicaid expansion.
FIGHT THE SPIN WITH A BIDEN STYLE LAUGH! In this week's Absurdity Today, Comedian Julianna Forlano brings on a psychotherapist to deconstruct the Romney/Ryan Mental state. Also, back by popular request, another highbrow, political, boob joke.
What could possibly go wrong? After all, it's not as if creditors ever make mistakes, or claim you owe them a lot more than you actually do. So it would never be abused by the legal system, right? Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has approved legislation
(With sincere apologies to Judith Martin) DEAR MISS MANNERS: I am a young woman in my early 20s, a law student at Georgetown University, and I recently testified on Capitol Hill after being denied the opportunity of appearing before a Senate
I have to give Jan Brewer credit: She came up to the edge of the abyss, and pulled herself back. Maybe there's some hope for Arizona's governor: PHOENIX — Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has vetoed a bill to require President Barack Obama and other
(h/t David at VideoCafe) Whew! I was a little worried after T-Paw said that a government shutdown for a month or so would be just the lesson we uppity Americans needed to take seriously the austerity measures they want to force on us that we
So Arizona Gov. Jan "Death Panels" Brewer and her death panels are saving money by denying needed care. The wingnut irony deficiency is, as usual, in full flower: Brewer is saying the feds need to send her more money: PHOENIX -- A second
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