Friday, June 19, 2009

Short Takes

The protests continue in Tehran.

No DNA for you — the Supremes decide that proving your innocence with DNA is not an inalienable right.

$106 billion more for the war.

Backing off — Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) cools the rhetoric against the DOJ’s defense of DOMA.

Tim Geithner had a tough day on Capitol Hill.

Sorry about that — the Senate apologizes for slavery.

Have homophobia, will travel — Same-sex marriage opponents in Maine hire the gang from California that overturned Prop 8.

Where will Rush get his meds now?

Good grades
— South Florida schools improved this year.

Agitprop theatre in Miami Lakes.

Tigers finally win one against St. Louis.