Politics

Abstinence-Only Education Making a Comeback?

Governors in Wisconsin and Utah will decide whether students will get information about contraception in their sex-ed classes.

State-Level Republicans Focus Their Time on Shaming Women

State lawmakers have taken the lead from conservatives in Congress.

Stakes on Stakes on Stakes

One reason to care about the outcome of this year's election.

Six Seasons and a Movie!

Community finally comes back on the air tonight to finish up its third season, and it's kind of a big deal for the show's rabid fans.

The Anti-Women VP Choice

Bob McDonnell won't be Romney's VP.

Silver Lining for the Ladies

The bad news is that women are under attack. The good news is that they're fighting back.

Halftime

Links for your afternoon.

With Santorum’s Goofy Views, Why’s Obama Down in the Polls?

Democrats may be fretting about the president's latest approval numbers, but it's the economy that will determine whether he gets a second term.

Internet Killed the Political Party Star?

Politics was a surprisingly big topic at SXSW interactive.

A Home for the Hip Hipster Bashers

The TV show Portlandia is the last stand between the cool and the uncool fedora haters. 

What About Black Republicans?

An addendum on why black conservatives are best positioned as African Americans to win statewide office.

Blame It (on the GOP)

If there's anything to blame for Mitt Romney's problems with Latino voters, it's the Republican Party.

The Campaign Film: A Look Back

Tonight, we get Obama's entry.

The Truth about Goldman Sachs

The investment firm headed south as soon as it started prioritizing short-term gain over its long-term interests.

Hating Wall Street Springs Eternal

Today's Balance Sheet: The Goldman Sachs employee strikes back.

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