"The results of a Census data study conducted by the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research revealed that segregation in urban areas has gone down nationwide, with Chicago experiencing the second-largest declines," the Huffington Post reported last week.
The gays were all over the news this week. Brendan Dowling and Tim Sniffen agree with Brett Ratner when he said what he said about rehearsal and who it's for. Coya Paz explains how clinics in Equador that try to convert homosexuals are the exception, not the rule.
Before Daylight Savings ended, there was a whole lotta trouble, starting with Samantha Irby, who paints Herman Cain as the lady killer he is. Cayne Collier becomes a gastroenterologist who educates us on fecal transplants (a real thing!).
In this week's episode, The Paper Machete celebrates the power of two. Tim Sniffen and Brendan Dowling discuss the realm of the Bachmann's (that would be Marcus and Michele). The History Girls become Annie Sullivan and Helen Keller who talk about teacher pensions.
Hollywood is often accused of whitewashing when it comes to its casting choices. Offenses range from the mundane - sitcoms with all white casts and the token “best-friend–character-of-color” - to the brazen. Take for example the movie 21.