The Daily Banter Week in Review

A heads up to our readers, every Friday we’ll be doing a brief roundup of the best stories here at The Daily Banter. This week we profiled arch conservative Grover Norquist’s psychopathic view of society, and argued that Scott Walker’s win in Wisconsin only proved that money can buy elections.  Chez Pazienza engaged in a highly entertaining debate with a weed smoker about the relative importance of legalizing marijuana, and assessed the reason as to why everyone in Mitt Romney’s campaign videos are white. Bob Cesca dug into the Republican attacks on pensioners and the end of the American Dream, and worried that Americans would fall for Romney’s propaganda, and finally, we profiled Paul Krugman and explained why he is such an important voice in America today.

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