Sorry about not posting this Friday. The tech gremlins in the studio continued, and deleted my prep post before it went live.
Here’s some links from Friday’s show. I apologize if I missed anything.
A Senate.gov web page covering the Constitution gets the scope of the Second Amendment wrong, telling readers that it is not clear whether the amendment protects an individual right or a collective right.
Is the “green” movement too white? According to former Obama administration green jobs czar Van Jones, it is.
“If we are going to take one segment of those who receive public assistance, or are on the public payroll, we should be drug testing everyone on the public dole, and that should start with legislators,” Switalski told reporters after the session. “It’s always about deeming whether someone is suitable for work.”
NBC Sports’ Dave Briggs called the move the latest chapter in the “wussification of America” and a “ridiculous rule,” saying it teaches “lesser teams that there’s always someone there to cushion to blow.”
Is Barilla the new Chick-fil-A? If rhetoric and reaction are any indication, then it’s quite possible that a comparison between the two may soon be warranted. While the furor over Guido Barilla, 55, the pasta company’s chairman, hasn’t quite hit a fever-pitch yet, it’s headed that way.
My boyfriend E is obsessed with two things: Star Wars and sandwiches. During a Sunday lunchtime viewing of “Return of the Jedi” he told me: “you are 300 sandwiches away from an engagement ring!” … And so, I got cooking
I once had the honor of being asked to discuss man myths on a popular daytime talk show. To prepare, I surveyed my twitter following and asked women what they believe are the biggest male truths. These are their top responses and the reasons why each is actually a myth.