Browsing Monthly Archive August 2010
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Sen. Tom Coburn Says Newt Gingrich Lacks Moral Character to be President

According to the Tulsa World: Coburn made it clear that he won’t be on Newt Gingrich’s 2012 presidential bandwagon. Gingrich “is a super-smart man, but

August 31, 2010 Blog
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Agent of God: Ken Cuccinelli’s Failed Ideological Fishing Expedition

In the case of Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, the initials A.G. might as well stand for, “Agent of God”. Instead of upholding the law,

August 31, 2010 Blog
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Maggie Gallagher vs. St. Peter at the Pearly Gates

Yeah, she comes up way short. [h/t Aravosis

August 31, 2010 Blog
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Texas Gov. Rick Perry Seems to Think Gays Took Our Jerbs

This is pathetic: The friendly crowd at Clem Mikeska’s Bar-B-Q in Temple (across the street from Rylander’s Best Hamburgers, if you’re looking for political omens)

August 31, 2010 Blog
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Gay Conservative ‘Hillbuzz’ Writer Posts Epic, Hilarious Tale of Martyrdom, Victimhood

Y’all, this is the funniest thing on the entire internet right now. Kevin Dujan, the gay wingnut writer of Hillbuzz.org, has written a long, meandering

August 30, 2010 Blog
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Point/Counterpoint: Martin Luther King, Jr. vs. Glenn Beck’s Followers

Glenn Beck, offensively, thinks of himself as a new incarnation of Martin Luther King, Jr., a notion which nobody is buying.  So wouldn’t it be

August 30, 2010 Blog
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Gay Rights March Planned for Memphis

Last week, Memphis city councilwoman Janis Fullilove, at the request of the Tennessee Equality Project, pulled an inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance from consideration, because it was

August 30, 2010 Blog
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AFA’s Bryan Fischer Extends Crusade to ‘People Who Want to Use the Anus for Sex’

First, the quote, then analysis. He’s got his back up about Glenn Beck here: A student at Augusta State University has just been thrown out

August 30, 2010 Blog
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Exodus Affiliate’s Charitable Status Rejected In New Zealand

In New Zealand, an Exodus Global Alliance affiliate has been declined charitable status. The Charities Commission made its wise decision saying that Exodus does not

August 30, 2010 Blog
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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand on Fire Island; Some Donors Uneasy About Pace of LGBT Progress in DC

This weekend, I attended an event on Fire Island that featured Sen. Kirstin Gillibrand.  She pledged to fight for the LGBT community in Washington and

August 30, 2010 Blog
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