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Ignorance Wins: A Rainbow Conspiracy - Maybe It’s The Gays?

Wednesday, August 13th, 2008

The following video is possibly the most egregious display of unbridled ignorance I've seen in years...and stating as much may well be an inexcusable insult to ignorant people everywhere. Rather than focus on the fact that this video maker must have never attended a science class in her life, I ...

John McCain - The Straight-Talking Maverick Can Sure Ride A Fence

Sunday, July 27th, 2008

John McCain, a former critic of Christian extremists, has suddenly become a seemingly born-again evangelical in conjunction with his 2008 presidential bid. Sadly, his run to the right is hardly evidence of a man who has made a career of portraying himself as a straight-talking maverick. Those who contend that ...

“Dole” Drubbing - A Resounding NO To “Senator No”

Wednesday, July 16th, 2008

For years, Jesse Helms blocked measures intended to provide care and assistance to homosexuals suffering from the ravages of HIV. In true Helms backasswards bravado, he often insinuated that the only way such legislation would pass would be over his dead body. Surprise...it gets even better! Republican Senator Elizabeth Dole, ...

“Pride” And “The Fierce Urgency Of Now”

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008

Pride. What is pride? On Sunday in a number of major metropolitan areas pride included a parade for those who believe being LGBT is worth acknowledging and celebrating. For others, pride events on Sunday were shameful events attended by thousands of sinful Americans who have no respect for the Bible ...

WHO Updates AIDS Model - Guess Who Attaches Moral Judgement?

Tuesday, June 10th, 2008

The inclination to view natural disasters and disease as signs of God's wrath remains a frightening demonstration of the dangers of religious dogma. Time and again, a vocal group of religious leaders attribute these tragedies to the morality of those affected. One long standing example is HIV/AIDS, though there are ...

Gay Marriage: 63% Say It’s A Private Choice; CA Court Rejects Stay

Wednesday, June 4th, 2008

Good news on the gay marriage front from a newly released survey and from the California Supreme Court. A new USA Today Gallup Poll suggests that a large majority of Americans believe that the choice to marry someone of the same sex ought to be a private choice and that ...

Court Ruling Puts Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell On Notice?

Thursday, May 22nd, 2008

Don't Ask, Don't Tell has been the standard used by the military to determine if a gay service person should be discharged from the military ever since the first Clinton administration attempted to completely remove the long standing ban. At the time, the DADT compromise was thought to be the ...

Papal Infallibility: No More Homosexuals, No More Pedophiles?

Wednesday, May 21st, 2008

The Vatican, through its Secretary of State, Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, has confirmed that homosexuals must not be granted admission into a seminary. The letter restates the instruction previously offered in 2005. I suspect the inference is that a ban on homosexuals will serve to halt the molestation of children. I ...

Thoughts On California Supreme Court Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

Friday, May 16th, 2008

I realize I should be excited about the California Supreme Court's decision to remove the ban on same-sex marriage...but the pragmatist in me simply won't allow it. I'll explain my thinking after the following excerpt on today's ruling. SAN FRANCISCO -- -- The California Supreme Court ruled today that same-sex couples ...

California To Rule On Gay Marriage: Good News, Bad News?

Thursday, May 15th, 2008

Most of us are familiar with the expression, "Be careful what you wish for", though I suspect it rarely keeps us from spending our time hoping to achieve or attain the things we seek. The fact that the California Supreme Court is set to rule tomorrow on whether the state ...

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