I appreciate this recent Target protest for two reasons: 1. They wrote a song and flash mobbed the place. That’s fun for the whole family.
The Senate has confirmed Justice Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court. It was expected, of course, but there you have it. UPDATE: For the real
That’s all that needs to be said about that. Just a taste: The judicial confirmation process has become a spectacle almost as comical as one
I feel like I’m still detoxing from the in-depth special report I posted yesterday, my account of my experience inside the belly of the beast
If Peter LaBarbera, Brian Camenker and Amy Contrada are “investigative reporters,” then I’m the Mayor of Cowboy Spaceman Ballerina Ninja Turtles, and you will respect
This is a huge ruling where nondiscrimination is concerned: An ideologically split Supreme Court ruled Monday that a law school can legally deny recognition to
Supreme Court: Names of Petition Signers To Overturn Washington’s Domestic Partner Law Must Be Made Public (UPDATED)
This should burn the fundamentalists: The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the names of people who signed petitions in an attempt to overturn a new
Re: Maggie Gallagher, whose blubbering over the way things were going in the Prop 8 trial I blogged about earlier today: Of course, America’s Taliban
Even though the hunt is over and she’s straight. But that does not satisfy Peter! Look, see: We should note that (Solicitor General) Elena Kagan’
Janet Porter has no shame. Formerly Janet Folger, she launched the disastrous “Truth in Love” ex-gay advertising campaign in 1998, with 15 other anti-gay organizations.