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Tag Archives: Obama
And . . . We’re Back.
After a two-week slowdown caused by other commitments, we’re back at full speed. Well, such as it is. Up first is a two-part podcast. Tom and Mike transition from one topic to another like the Frogger of yore diligently hopping … Continue reading
Posted in General Culture and News, Movies, Podcasts, Politics, Reviews, Television Tagged Cocaine, Comedy Central, DeLorean, Donald Trump, General Culture and News, Greg Giraldo, Hornbooks, Law School, Legal Documents, Libya, MacGruber, Movies, Obama, Podcasts, Politics, Reviews, Roasts, Television, WWE 2 Comments
The Axis of Ego Podcast: 2-28-11
The end of February brings with it an eclectic podcast. Tom and Mike discuss all of the following things, although not necessarily in this order: (1) Highlights from the past week on The Axis of Ego, (2) Mike’s favorite mammals, … Continue reading
Posted in Music, Podcasts, Politics, Site Stuff Tagged Andrew Sullivan, Animals, Beavers, Booker T, Cabbits, Cena, DOMA, Dwayne Johnson, Harlem Heat, Henry Cabot Lodge, Hitler, John Cena, Mel Brooks, Music, Obama, Pandas, Podcasts, Professional Wrestling, Puffins, Rap, Site Stuff, Sports Entertainment, Stevie Ray, The Atlantic, The Miz, The Rock, WrestleMania, WWE 2 Comments
Obama, DOMA, and Myopia
The Department of Justice announced this week that it will no longer attempt to defend the Defense of Marriage Act from federal lawsuits, saying, in part [T]he President has concluded that given a number of factors, including a documented history … Continue reading
Posted in Commentary, Politics Tagged Commentary, Conlaw, Constitutional Law, Cuccinelli, Department of Justice, DOMA, Eric Holder, Executive Branch, Flag-Burning, Gay Marriage, Gay Rights, Health Care, Homosexuality, Judicial Activism, Judicial Branch, Ken Cuccinelli, Obama, Obamacare, Politics, Separation of Powers, The Constitution, Virginia 17 Comments
Last night provided us with one of those rare glimpses at unfolding history with the full understanding of its significance as it happened. The gleefulness of some of the responses were mildly troubling to me, as were the quickly-fatigued memes … Continue reading →