It’s an unusual year here in Connecticut, as we have two statewide ballot questions to deal with on November 4th. 1. “Shall there be a Constitutional Convention to amend or revise the Constitution of the State?” This is the important one. Right now the Connecticut State Constitution can only be changed by a yes vote […]
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Here’s what happens when you replace “same-sex marriage” with “interracial marriage” in a pro-H8 ad: via Wil Wheaton If you’re a California voter, be sure to go out and vote NO on Proposition 8 tomorrow.
In case you find yourself thinking that the majority of Senate Democrats actually care about things like the rule of law, Glenn Greenwald puts Monday’s vote into perspective for you: Senate Democrats today took a stand for their procedural rights, not against telecom immunity or warrantless eavesdropping. After all, many of the Senate Democrats who […]