The Morning Buzz | Rick Santorum Helms Christian Movie Studio

Today's Buzz reports mass graves of immigrants entering the United States exhumed in Texas, White House convenes policy summit on working families, Pope Francis excommunicates members of the Italian Mafia, Rick Santorum heads a Christian movie studio, compare your salary to those of 800 other professions. … [Read more...]

The Morning Buzz | Singing Nun Thanks “Man Upstairs” for Recent Win

Today's Buzz covers Wisconsin's same-sex marriage ban overturned by a federal judge, the Catholic Benefits Association granted temporary injection from adhering to ACA's contraception mandate, Texas Republican Party approves reparative therapy as new platform, Sister Cristina wins The Voice. … [Read more...]

The Morning Buzz | Harvard University Cancels Satanic Mass

Today's Buzz covers a halted execution in Texas, Brookings identifies opportunity bottlenecks when it comes to earning potential, Harvard cancels Satanic Mass, a video illustrating the collapse of Antarctica ice sheets, several local governments refuse to assist federal immigration policy, women's filibuster in Missouri to protest abortion waiting period, Virginia divided on legality of same-sex marriage ban. … [Read more...]

Gay marriage in Dixieland? PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones Unpacks the Possibility in The Atlantic

This morning, The Atlantic featured a piece by PRRI's CEO Dr. Robert P. Jones, The South's Stunning Embrace of Gay Marriage. Amid "the remarkable bevy of judicial decisions overturning bans on same-sex marriage in southern states such as Virginia, Kentucky, and Texas" recently, Jones points to PRRI's LGBT survey, A Shifting Landscape: A Decade of Change in American Attitudes about Same-Sex Marriage and LGBT Issues. … [Read more...]

The Morning Buzz: #LGBT10 Edition

Today's Buzz highlights the great coverage of PRRI's latest report, as well as a series of news stories related to LGBT rights! … [Read more...]

As Judge Overturns ban, new PRRI Survey Sheds Light on Texans’ Views on Same-Sex Marriage

Judge Orlando Garcia said in his decision that “state-imposed inequality can find no refuge in our United States Constitution,” but added that the ban on same-sex marriage would remain in place until an appeals court can rule on the case. How will Texans react? PRRI’s A Shifting Landscape: A Decade of Change in American Attitudes about Same-sex Marriage and LGBT Issues provides some insight. … [Read more...]


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