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  • Today's comic is Pro-Corporate-Lifers by Matt Bors:
    Comic by Matt Bors - Pro-Corporate-Lifers
  • Why, God, why?
    Pastor Rick Warren, whose 2008 inauguration invocation for President Obama caused great anger among progressives, will next month host a forum with the president and Mitt Romney.
  • Kids these days aren't really into Twitter. They like their social networking without all that lame news stuff.
  • The Boy Scouts like their bigotry, thank you very much:
    The Boy Scouts of America will keep their controversial policy banning gay scouts and leaders after a two-year review, the organization said Tuesday.

    The announcement comes amid a stepped-up campaign from activist groups urging an end to the membership guidelines.

    The Boy Scouts convened a committee of volunteers and professional leaders in 2010 to decide whether the policy was still in the organization’s best interests after a resolution was put forward to reconsider it, the private group said in a statement that was first reported by The Associated Press.

    “The committee included a diversity of perspectives and opinions. The review included forthright and candid conversation and extensive research and evaluations – both from within Scouting and from outside the organization. The committee’s work and conclusion is that this policy reflects the beliefs and perspectives of the BSA’s members, thereby allowing Scouting to remain focused on its mission and the work it is doing to serve more youth,” the statement said.

  • BREAKING: Obama likes Thin Mints. Or, as the Right calls them, socialist feminazi abortion cookies.
  • Also BREAKING: Obama kisses his wife. No word yet on whether it was a socialist terrorist Muslim kiss. Developing ...
  • Gov. Oops demands an apology from the president Republicans say should never apologize:
    "Perhaps while the President is visiting Texas, he can take a break from big-dollar fundraisers to disavow his Attorney General's offensive and incendiary comments regarding our common-sense voter investigation law," Perry wrote in the statement.

    Perry continued: "In labeling the Texas voter ID law as a 'poll tax,' Eric Holder purposefully used language designed to inflame passions and incite racial tension. It was not only inappropriate, but simply incorrect on its face."

    Yes, and we all know how upset Mr. I-vacation-at-Niggerhead-Ranch gets about racial tension.
  • Your feel-good headline of the day:
    Nazi war criminal, 97, allegedly found in Hungary
  • The ancient precursor to Victoria's Secret?
    It is hardly racy by today’s standards but this skimpy lingerie has certainly shocked historians.

    The lace and linen undergarments date back to hundreds of years before women’s underwear was thought to exist.

    They had lain hidden in a vault beneath the floorboards of an Austrian castle since  the 15th century.

  • Great day on the Kagro in the Morning show on Daily Kos Radio today! Bain, tax returns, the continuing filibuster of the DISCLOSE Act, Romney's Mississippi fundraiser, and Chris Christie's fading VP star. Best of all, it's all bookended by appearances from DemFromCT, Lizz Winstead and Shannyn Moore! Listen to today's show here.

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