Can Congress Blow Up the TV Bundle? John McCain Is Going to Try — Again.

Everyone says they want a la carte TV — at least in theory. But there’s no way to get it unless the industry collapses or the laws change.
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HP CEO Meg Whitman Changes Opposition Stance to Same-Sex Marriage

Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman has switched a previous political stance, signing a legal document saying that gay people have a constitutional right to be married. The move — which was coordinated by dozens of high-profile Republicans — came in the form of a brief to the Supreme Court as part of a case it is hearing to strike down California’s controversial Proposition 8, which barred same-sex marriage. Whitman was a vocal supporter of the ballot initiative when she ran unsuccessfully for governor in the state.

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Should Twitter Ban Hamas?

Should Twitter allow named terrorist groups to continue to tweet? Not according to a group of Republican House members, who have asked the Federal Bureau of Investigation to force the San Francisco-based social communications company to ban accounts of organizations such as Hamas and Hezbollah. “The FBI and Twitter must recognize sooner rather than later that social media is a tool for the terrorists,” said a letter fro, Rep. Ted Poe of Texas.

One More Election Prediction, From — No, Not Nate Silver or Karl Rove — SurveyMonkey

Whatever your choice: Go vote!
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Romney Disses Tesla as “Loser” at Debate

Tesla becomes a political hot potato.

Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert Take Their Turns On Clint Eastwood’s Chair

Go ahead. Make my viral video.
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Freedom of Tweet: Rupert Murdoch Continues to Light Up Twitter With Jibes

Neither the Founding Fathers nor Jack Dorsey could have anticipated this.

Making the Switch

I was a big Clinton and Gore supporter in the 90s … I turned 40 last year and so I figured it was time to make the switch.

Marc Andreessen, on CNBC, talking about his support for Mitt Romney

Americans Vote One T-Shirt and Bumper Sticker at a Time — And Here Are the Early Results

The sale and creation of bumper stickers, t-shirts, mugs and other political gear may be a better indication of which candidates Americans like than some of the primaries.
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