Right Wing Round-Up

  • Our own Peter Montgomery has a post up on Religious Dispatches on the recent Iowa Supreme Court ruling.
  • The Daily Beast reports that Republicans are threatening to filibuster President Obama's nominees if he moves to release the infamous Bush administration's "torture memos" - Drew has more over on the People For Blog.
  • Nate Silver says that if Iowans were given the opportunity to vote on a marriage ban today, "it would pass with 56.0 percent of the vote. By 2012, however, the model projects a toss-up: 50.4 percent of Iowans voting to approve the ban, and 49.6 percent opposed. In 2013 and all subsequent years, the model thinks the marriage ban would fail."
  • John Aravosis reports that Think Progress founder Judd Legum is running for office in Maryland.
  • Tips-Q reports on both Alan Keyes and Steve Deace freaking out over the Iowa marriage ruling.
  • Good as You has the audio of a rather remarkable discussion between Matt Barber and Steve Crampton of Liberty Counsel and a caller on their radio program.
  • AU doesn't like efforts by David Lynch, with support from Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, to get Transcendental Meditation taught in schools.