December 14, 2012
Michigan right-to-work protest
(Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

On a scale of one to 10 this week was probably about a seven on the drama scale. There was a meeting between President Obama and Speaker Boehner on the fiscal cliff. But we’re still sliding towards the edge. Citing it as a spur for economic development, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R)  sprung a “right to work” law on the state. In response, labor unions sprung protests on the state capital. And marriage equality advocates wondered if there really was so much to cheer about the Supreme Court taking on two same-sex marriage cases.

Meanwhile, the North Koreans shot off a missile. Mitt Romney jinxed a boxing match.  And there was a foiled plot to kill Justin Beiber.  After all that, there’s nothing left to say except sharpen your pixels and get crackin’.

 

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