Having lived in Cincinnati for 10 years, and willing to live in an extremely conservative area of the country, this article is a refreshing view of what Cincinnati has become.
As the Supreme Court prepares to hear oral arguments on same-sex marriage, Cincinnati has become the measure of how far the gay rights movement has come in a traditionally conservative city.
Source: Gay Marriage Case Caps Cincinnati’s Shift From Conservative Past
Don’t you just hate it when people get all sciency about things.
We can’t deny the science: Biotech works — for good.
Source: How I Got Converted to G.M.O. Food – NYTimes.com
Talk about a low key campaign.
I read yesterday that Christie was in New Hampshire for the weekend Republican Fest with 18 or so others and he didn’t attack Clinton. I didn’t know he was out of New Jersey.
Fivethirtyeight.com had an article this week outlining Christie’s plan to save Social Security. The money quote from the article is that ‘he has sunk to Ted Cruz levels’.
Nate Silver has an article on Jeb Bush, and the title of the first graph is: “Everybody hates somebody, and everybody hates Christie”
Is he still running for President, or is he just going through the motions, with money already raised, to interview for his next job?