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Catherine Thompson is a senior editor for Talking Points Memo in New York City. She came to the site in 2013 and reported on national affairs. Previously, she worked as a research assistant to investigative reporter Wayne Barrett. She can be reached at email@example.com.
The anti-gay National Organization for Marriage on Monday railed against the Supreme Court's decision not to hear any of the seven same-sex marriage cases before it as "absurd," "mind-boggling," "wrong" and "illegitimate."
A member of Colorado's state Board of Education argued that the fact that the United States voluntarily ended slavery proved "American execptionalism" and this perspective should be taught to students in a recent Facebook post about the AP U.S. History curriculum.
Add this to the lengthy, and still growing, list of flubs the Secret Service reportedly made while guarding the President: the agency allowed a man posing as a member of Congress to go backstage with Obama at an event last month.