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Friday Talking Points -- Spinning Straw (Polls) Into Gold

It's one of those rare weeks in Washington where Congress deigns to actually do their job and vote on some stuff... before lapsing back into their default status, which is of course: "taking weeks and weeks off, on vacation." Most of...Show More Summary

Alabama Union Workers Decertify Union, Again, for 5th Time

Yes! No more unions for these workers in Alabama: “Alabama factory workers voted for the fifth time in two years to break ties with the UAW on Tuesday.” “Workers at NTN-Bower voted 74-52 to boot the union off the premises of the manufacturer, making it the third time anti-union employees have beaten UAW Local 1990 […]

Britt & Brady Dating: ‘Bachelorette’ Castoff Dating Suitor Who Only Had Eyes For Her

Britt and Brady are dating! According to Us Weekly, Britt Nilsson may have found love on The Bachelorette after all. Although she was voted off by the guys on last week’s season premiere (which marked the very first time the show had...Show More Summary

Britt Nilsson and Brady Toops: Still Together?

It turns out Britt Nilsson may have actually won by losing the guys' vote to Kaitlyn Bristowe on The Bachelorette season premiere this week...  ... because she's still dating Brady Toops, who voted for her, then asked off the ABC show when she lost so he could keep on pursuing her! That's dedication. Show More Summary

Former Cast Weigh in on 'The Bachelorette' Season 11 Two Night Premiere

The Bachelorette kicked off its 11th season with a two-part premiere, which introduced 25 suitors who would choose between Kaitlyn Bristowe and Britt Nilsson. Kaitlyn got the majority of the votes and will get a chance to find love as the official Bachelorette. Take a look at what Bachelor Nation tweeted about during the controversial season opener.

Senate advances Trade Promotion Authority bill

The Senate voted 62-38 Thursday morning to advance the Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) bill, cutting off a Democratic filibuster. Senators Patty Murray (D-WA), Maria Cantwell (D-WA), Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND), Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Chris...Show More Summary

Florida Tea Partier kicked off county board for blaming black unemployment on laziness

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

On Tuesday afternoon, Florida’s Marion County Developmental Industrial Board voted unanimously to oust member Marcel “Butch” Verrando after he posted disparaging remarks about black people on Facebook. Verrando’s term would have ended in November, but his separation from the...

Alameda okays contract to build fire station, emergency operations center

City Council members have signed off on an $8 million contract to build a replacement mid-Island fire station and emergency operations center. The approval, on a 4-1 vote, followed a wide-ranging discussion about what the city should be doing to better prepare for a disaster. Richmond-based Alten Construction was the winning bidder. Once shovels hit

Fox News Omits Mention Of Dangerous Consequences Of Arizona GOP Welfare Restrictions

Fox News failed to mention that 2,700 children will be booted off Arizona's welfare program in the wake of extreme restrictions pushed through by Republicans in the state. Arizona legislators voted on May 18 to drastically restrict the state's welfare program, capping the lifetime limit for recipients to one year. Show More Summary

Popular Dinosaur (04/07/14)

The news that Dennis Skinner (82) has been voted off Labour's national executive committee has been treated like a death in the family in some circles, but I can't say I'm surprised because the veteran MP has become a caricature of himself in recent years, if you ask me. Show More Summary

‘Bachelorette’ 2015 Spoilers: Episode 3 Brings Kaitlyn Bristowe’s First Dates Of The Season

Viewers are excited to embrace ABC’s The Bachelorette 2015 season as things are off to a wild and fast start. Kaitlyn Bristowe won the vote over Britt Nilsson and in Episode 3 she will embrace her first dates. What Bachelorette spoilers...Show More Summary

Los Angeles Expected to Raise Minimum Wage to $15 an Hour

3 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

A vote to raise the minimum wage by the Los Angeles City Council is expected to pass Tuesday, potentially setting off a wave of similar increases across Southern California.

Letterman: Jeb Bush Opposing Gay Marriage Like Being Against Women Voting

With David Letterman officially signing off as host of CBS’s Late Show on Wednesday, the liberal comic took time once again to bash Republicans for their support of traditional marriage during his Monday night monologue.

453 Days Later...

Welcome news this week from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit. By a vote of 11 to 1, the court overturned its injunction against the controversial video called "Innocence of Muslims" that it had ordered off YouTube back in February 2014. Here's the background. Show More Summary

453 Days Later...

Welcome news this week from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit. By a vote of 11 to 1, the court overturned its injunction against the controversial video called "Innocence of Muslims" that it had ordered off YouTube back in February 2014. Here's the background. Show More Summary

Did Kaitlyn Kiss Someone on the First Night of The Bachelorette?

The 11th season of The Bachelorette has been in the headlines since it was announced that there would be two leads on the show - Kaitlyn and Britt, both from Chris Soules's season - and that one of them would be voted off by the menShow More Summary

Who Will Win In Texas Vs. Supreme Court?

4 days agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Legislators in Texas nearly passed a bill that would have forced the state to defy the Supreme Court last week. However, the deadline passed before they could hold a vote, which means the bill’s off the table, for now. If it had passed, it would have withheld funding from government offices that obeyed a pro-equality ruling […]

Ireland on the Marriage Equality Cliff

4 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

This Friday the Irish look set to vote in favor of legalizing gay marriage. If they do, they’ll be casting off the mantle of oppressive and suffocating religious doctrine.

Israel’s peace fantasists in action

The Saudis are in play, casting about for partners. In a clear vote of no-confidence in US President Barack Obama’s leadership, Saudi King Salman led several Arab leaders in blowing off Obama’s Camp David summit this week. The summit was meant to compensate the Sunni Arabs for Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran. Salman’s decision is […]

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