She deserves credit for immediately going on Larry King in a manner that was dull and not newsworthy
Couple update for you guys, let's see what we have:
First up, did you know that Bradley Manning was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize? Pretty awesome, especially the write up.
Since we finally have some snow (I've been singing Christmas Carols for a few days now), check out Snow Henge (via Copyranter):
Also from Copyranter, the village of Hobbiton in New Zealand is no inhabited by sheep, and the "best" ad campaigns of all time. No real way to to judge "best," although they are all iconic and important in their own ways.
The Ottawa library system is starting a "Human library" feature, where you can interview people of interest for 20 minute blocks. This is an awesome idea, I really need to get a passport and head to Ottawa, this is just remarkable!
CPAC is an annual conservative conference, and sadly, one of the most hate-filled events of the year. Speaking of, this year, they invited (and later refused to renounce) a white supremacy speaker. Maddow covers it here and Slog covers it here. Disgusting.
I've been following the birth control debate, although not as close as I probably should have. Reproductive health coverage is a part of health coverage, and I think it should be included (and maybe we'll get some advances in men's reproductive health while we're at it). It's about setting a basic standard of health, which the government is saying employers are saying they must provide. That being said, I was upset that he backed down from the Catholic Church, but will still get the same result anyway, by instead putting the onus on the insurance companies, not the employers. So I guess in the end, it worked out, I Just hate setting the precedent that one religious denomination can dictate government health coverage decisions.
That's it for now, have a great one!