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University professors who teach women's studies should be shot, Michele Bachmann is crusading against gay bullies, and George Zimmerman signs autographs at a gun show.
DFLers in House districts 13A and 13B remain without any endorsed candidates for the Minnesota House of Representatives, but they have a new leader.
Each week HuffPost Gay Voices and HuffPost Live will take a look back at some of the biggest queer news stories from the past week.
I appreciated tea partiers' vocal opposition to government deficits. But now that many have been elected to public office, I wonder: Why are they not livid about the massive deficits projected because of Gov. Sam Brownback's tax cuts? Or have they just become a wing of the budget-busting Republican Party? Kansans freely elected their Legislature ... (more)
Oxford Union, one of the world's oldest and most respected debating societies has invited such renowned leaders as Winston Churchill, Mother Teresa, Ronald Reagan, and the Dalai Lama to speak.
Conservatives' inability to offer up a little LOL proves they're still the same rigid right they've always been- and they're afraid at being laughed at themselves.
Democratic pollsters have earned their money today, spinning and "proving" that Alex Sink's ability to lose a district she'd won in the past was not all that bad.
As an outgoing member of the Minnesota delegation, Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann hoped to have a leg up in the annual Minnesota Congressional Hotdish-off, a Capitol Hill casserole competition in its fourth year.
An ethics watchdog filed a formal request Wednesday for an investigation of National Republican Campaign Committee Chairman Rep. Greg Walden , citing his team's use of phony websites.
DRIVING THE DAY: ONLINE SALES TAX HEARING. House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte will kick off the day with a hearing discussing how Congress could change the way states collect sales tax from online, out-of-state retailers.
Most Americans still "aren't ready" for a female president, Rep. Michele Bachmann told syndicated columnist Cal Thomas in an interview earlier this week.
Gays are bullying Americans, the congresswoman says. That's not even the wildest claim she's made in the last 12 months.
"There's nothing about gays in [ Arizona SB 1062 ], but the gay community decided to make this their measure," Bachmann said in a radio interview last week.