Hi all. I don’t have enough time to post all the awesome things in the world, but I’ll share this: The Final Edition’s YouTube Channel is taking off.
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I’ll post some of our thrice weekly videos here more frequently, but, in the interim, here are a few that have been featured on Huffington Post.
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After nearly three years (geesh!), I finally updated my TV reel. It’s mostly punditry type stuff - my pure silliness is elsewhere - but take a look and tell me what you think.
Also, really, I’m more on Twitter and Facebook than here, so, you know, come over.
We had fun. We did man-on-the-street, we did a big speech at the 2012 DNC, we did jokes and bits and segments and there were tears and laughs and feelings and we moved the world forward just a teeny tiny bit.
My last on-air segment for Current TV. On Viewpoint a few weeks ago. My show, The War Room - with Jennifer Granholm and/or Michael Shure - bowed out last Thursday. ONWARD!!!!
“Satire is rarely if ever a slam-dunk. It’s the classic Chinese torture: it kills by a thousand cuts. And that ultimately is why satire—true satire—is so essential to a genuine democracy functioning in a genuine republic.”
With the Supreme Court set to take up the issue of same sex marriage, some politicians have weighed in… while others wish the question would just go away.
John Huntsman, former utah governor and republican presidential candidate, has an op-ed today in The American Conservative that is *in favor of* gay marriage. Huntsman wrote
“Marriage is not an issue that people rationalize through the abstract lens of the law; rather it is something understood emotionally through one’s own experience with family, neighbors, and friends. The party of Lincoln should stand with our best tradition of equality and support full civil marriage for all Americans.”
That’s a compassionate and well-reasoned argument from a Republican. But then again, Huntsman isn’t facing GOP voters any time soon. Lucky for him.
A recent analysis by the Associated Press found thatof the mere 47 Republican state legislators who voted for marriage equality since 2009, (more…)