How can Obama meet Netanyahu after this? In Boston there is a protest today at the Park street T stop at 4, perhaps others now being planned. Meanwhile Rich Siegel translates Turkish television: "We have spoken to several spokespersons from the governments of the people on board and all of them ... 05/30/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Americans United for Life, the Washington, D. C.-based antiabortion group that writes much of the legislation being used to restrict access to reproductive healthcare in states across the country, has drafted a proposal to let patients and others sue clinics to enforce the sweeping new abortion regulations adopted by several states in recent years.
For his latest article, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman inveighs against Republicans who would let unemployment benefits expire in a misguided effort to help the long-term unemployed."Six years have passed since the United States economy entered the Great Recession, four and a half since it officially began to recover, but long-term unemployment remains disastrously high," Krugman writes.
Shanghai, China CREDIT: AP For the seventh day this month, Shanghai officials have warned children and the elderly to stay inside in a city where 24 hours exposed to the off-the-charts pollution would have hazardous consequences to one’s health. Hundreds of flights and sporting events have been cancelled, while face masks and air purifiers sold out in stores.
Are you a new parent terrified that the liberal media will turn your child into an Obama supporter? Or do you just need something to entertain your kids during those long drives to Tea Party rallies? If so, then a brand new coloring book is just the thing for your family!
Two signs at a rally in Dallas, where a group gathered to protest new abortion restrictions in Texas CREDIT: AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez At the beginning of November, tough new abortion restrictions took effect in Texas, forcing multiple clinics across the state to immediately halt their services. That’s created an entirely new reproductive health landscape in Texas, leaving the remaining clinics to absorb an increased patient load.
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• CO-Gov: We finally have our long-desired PPP poll of Colorado, and the numbers are a bit better for Democrats than Quinnipiac recently found, albeit not awesome. To offer the clearest comparison, we've put together charts of both polls, along with PPP's April trendlines, to best show Gov.