Monthly Archives: March 2012

Continuing the FB Fun with Rick Perry – And Why It Matters

Yesterday, the good guv shut down comment functionality on one of his Facebook pages. But you know the good lord never closes the door without opening a window, right? On this page, you can comment on the governor’s posts. And … Continue reading

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Rick Perry Shuts Down Facebook Fun

Well, it was bound to happen. When I logged in to Governor Rick Perry’s Facebook page this morning, I discovered that the administrator has removed the ability of others to leave comments on his wall. Now, this is all you … Continue reading

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The Not Wearin’ O’ The Green

Last night, I started to walk out my front door, but realized I was not wearing green. I paused, wondering about the likelihood of being pinched. Returning to my room, I grabbed a necklace with green sea glass, but it … Continue reading

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Clever Democrats and Their Feeble Republican Puppets

Arizona’s state legislature seems to be marching toward approval of a bill that would allow employers to deny contraceptive coverage to women who rely on contraceptives to prevent pregnancy. Because Jesus. The New York Times shares this insightful exchange on … Continue reading

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Key Talking Points for WHP and Contraception Coverage

It’s official. Texas is getting the boot from the Women’s Health Program. The GOP machine is pumping out the messages that Obama did this to us, so I want to give you the absolute facts you will need to refute … Continue reading

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