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If gay marriage and pot are now OK, why isn’t abortion?

Is government making humans obsolete? It just might be.

Stephen Colbert on the public’s attitude toward marijuana (VIDEO)

What do Hispanics want in a path to citizenship? The same thing everyone else wants.


RNC reaffirms opposition to gay marriage: The Republican National Committee passed resolutions Friday reaffirming its commitment to defining marriage as between a man and a woman, and calling on the Supreme Court to “uphold the sanctity of marriage” as it weighs rulings in two cases involving gay marriage.

Obama releases tax returns: President Obama and Vice President Biden released copies of their tax returns Friday. Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama made a combined $662,000 in 2012, while the Bidens brought in brought in $385,000.

President asks Newtown mom to deliver weekly address: Obama has asked the mother of a six-year-old killed in the mass shooting at a Newtown, Connecticut school late last year to deliver his weekly radio and TV address this weekend.

Rubio doing "full Ginsburg": Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) will appear on all five Sunday network news shows this weekend, a feat known as the "full Ginsburg," a reference to Monica Lewinsky lawyer William Ginsburg, who first pulled off the media blitz. Rubio is expected to express support for a bipartisan immigration reform package. He will also appear on shows airing on Univision and Telemundo.

The case of the deleted tweet: Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.) said his tweet labeling musician Cyndi Lauper as “hot” was part of a ruse designed to to draw attention to the Memphis music scene and the singer. Cohen said he purposely deleted the tweet, believing it would draw more scrutiny.

Fundraising wrap: Organizing For Action, the independent spin-off of Obama's campaign, raised $4.9 million during the first quarter. Meanwhile, former DNC chairman Terry McAuliffe brought in a very hefty $5.1 million for his Virginia gubernatorial bid.

Sununu won't run in 2014: Former New Hampshire Republican senator John E. Sununu won't run for Senate in 2014, or any office for that matter. Sununu was unseated by now-Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D) in 2008, six years after he defeated her.


Hallway swimming?