This week’s big five: Memorial edition 5/31/2010
The fake feminism of Sarah Palin
Great article on how Palin and other conservatives describe anti women policies as being feminist.
When ‘colorblindness’ isn’t colorblind
Why SB1070 isn’t colorblind despite the claims of its supporters.
Watching primary elections
How much are primary elections going to factor into the November elections.
Move Right and Win, Revisited
Why being more conservative in a race is not a bonus on average and how that relates to candidates such as Rand Paul.
Arizona Governor Creates An Ad With A Singing Puppet To Distract From The Real Problems With SB-1070
Brewer uses a childish ad to turn people’s attention away from her flawed anti-immigrant bill.
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