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Catholics Applaud NY Sen. Ruben Diaz

Bigotry makes strange bedfellows. Catholic Online’s head hater Deacon Keith Fournier has published an effusive praising of NY Sen. Ruben Diaz’ anti-gay performance yesterday. Senator Ruben Diaz is a “man with a chest”. He stands out in an age of men (and women) without chests. The reaction to the vote defending marriage against its opponents has been swift. Those in ...

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ABC Cancels Adam Lambert Again

ABC has canceled another Adam Lambert appearance, this time for an episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live scheduled for next week. That naughty American Music Awards performance isn’t going to be behind Adam Lambert anytime soon. Even after his well-received performance on “The Early Show” last week, ABC continues to feel uncomfortable around Lambert. His Dec. 17 “Jimmy Kimmel Live” appearance ...

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Comcast To Buy NBC Universal

This is major, especially for New York City. General Electric has agreed to sell a controlling interest in NBC Universal to Comcast Cable. The agreement will create a joint venture, with Comcast owning 51 percent and G.E. owning 49 percent. Comcast will contribute to the joint venture its stable of cable channels, which includes Versus, the Golf Channel and E ...

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Uganda Set To Pass Anti-Gay Bill, But May Remove Death Penalty

Uganda’s infamous “kill gays” bill is about to pass in the country’s parliament, but it is expected that the “gay death sentence” portion will be changed to life imprisonment. The draft Anti-Homosexuality Bill is part of a growing campaign against homosexuals in Uganda, rights groups say. Critics say the aim is to divert attention from corruption and other political issues ...

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NY Marriage Vote Reactions

NY Sen. Thomas Duane, via press release: Today’s vote against Marriage Equality makes me very angry. Promises made were not honored. The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community, and all fair-minded New Yorkers have been betrayed. I am enraged, deeply disappointed and profoundly saddened by the vote today. In 2006, when the New York State Court of Appeals shamefully ...

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Photo Of The Day

Yesterday Washington state Gov. Christine Gregoire signed the official certification enacting Washington’s “everything but marriage” law. The law is in effect as of today after being put on hold during the bigoted Referendum 71 fight. Domestic partners in Washington now have all the rights, benefits, and privileges of marriage couples. One of the best wins for the good guys in ...

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PhoboQuotable – Cardinal Javier Barragan

“Transsexuals and homosexuals will never enter the kingdom of heaven and it is not me who says this, but Saint Paul. People are not born homosexual, they become homosexual, for different reasons: education issues or because they did not develop their own identity during adolescence. It may not be their fault, but acting against nature and the dignity of the ...

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2009 Grammy Nominations

Here are the top categories. The rest are here. Album Of The Year:I Am…Sasha Fierce (Beyoncé)The E.N.D. (the Black Eyed Peas)The Fame (Lady Gaga)Big Whiskey And The Groogrux King (Dave Matthews Band)Fearless (Taylor Swift) Record Of The Year:“Halo” (Beyoncé)“I Gotta Feeling” (the Black Eyed Peas)“Use Somebody” (Kings Of Leon)“Poker Face” (Lady Gaga)“You Belong With Me” (Taylor Swift) Song Of The ...

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