Patt Morrison for January 20, 2012

Iowa Sets The Stage For Nation's First Vote In Upcoming Presidential Election
Saturday, January 21st, 2012 marks the two-year anniversary of the Citizens United decision by the U.S. Supreme Court, which granted de facto citizenship rights to corporations and opened the floodgates for organizations to raise and spend money on political campaigns.
Republican presidential hopefuls, former
The Republican presidential primary race is getting more contentious by the minute. The four remaining candidates – Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, newly-crowned Iowa winner Rick Santorum, and Ron Paul – faced one another onstage on Thursday night in a final showdown before the forthcoming South Carolina primary election.
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What happens if your professionally diagnosed disorder is no longer defined as a disorder by doctors? Thousands of people may find their mental disorder diagnoses moot based on a pending reassessment of autism, Asperger syndrome, and pervasive development disorder being conducted by the American Psychiatric Association.
Etta James Honored On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame
Etta James, the incendiary blues artist known for her powerful and expressive voice, passed away this morning at her home in Riverside, California.
There’s a new voice in town, and it’s a colorful one, in more ways than one. The Los Angeles Times has brought former Seattle Post-Intelligencer political cartoonist David Horsey on to revive its political blog, “Top of the Ticket.
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