And not just gay marriage. The congressman, Chris Cannon, also opposed adoptions by gay couples and laws prohibiting discrimination in hiring gays. Sam Yagan’s donation, in other words, was more of a multi-spectrum anti-gay contribution than Brendan Eich’s $1,000 gift to support Prop 8 and yet he took it upon himself to be the tip of the spear in the “Eich must go” movement. Says Rick Moran of Yagan’s past, “The gay mafia is never around when you need them.”
A stabbing spree at a high school in the suburbs east of Pittsburgh left 20 people injured, four of them seriously, early Wednesday morning.
By April 21, to group says, Americans will have made enough to pay the $3 trillion in federal taxes and $1.5 trillion in state taxes — more than they will spend on food clothing and housing combined.
According to a recent report by the State Department’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG), $6 billion worth of contracting money paid out by the department over the past six years cannot be accounted for.
As this morning’s USA Today headline put it, “Government often has 10 agencies doing one job.”
Are we headed for the end of restaurant tipping? Yet another eatery is opening up to great fanfare, mostly because it has decided to do away with tips.
So is it really a surprise that Obama stickers and campaign cheerleading is commonplace in the IRS?
The combination of sandals and socks has long been seen as a major footwear faux pas.
His wife, Kristi Clemens Rogers was the president and the CEO of the company that was contracted by the State Department to provide that security.
Kirsten Dunst isn’t exactly waving the feminist flag — and apparently that makes some people angry.