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Day Without A Gay

From the site: The worldwide media attention surrounding our massive grassweb efforts for gay rights has been tremendous. Join the Impact was a HUGE success and will continue to thrive because of our efforts. We’ve reacted to anti-gay ballot initiatives in California, Arizona, Florida, and Arkansas with anger, with resolve, and with courage. NOW, it’s time to show America and ...

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Four More By 2012

Could four more New England states get marriage equality by 2012? The group that helped legalize gay marriage in two New England states wants to do the same in the other four by the year 2012. GLAD — which stands for Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders — announced the campaign Tuesday, the fifth anniversary of the key court decision ...

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Nate Silver For The Win

Stats god Nate Silver interviewed radio host John Ziegler, the guy behind How Obama Got Elected, a cry-baby site that selectively asked some Obama supporters a bunch of misleading and unfactual questions, therefore proving that all Democrats are dum-dums. Let’s just say that the interview doesn’t go too well and ends with “Fuck you.” Click. Dial tone. Here’s the video ...

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AZ Gov. Janet Napolitano Picked As Head Of Homeland Security

Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano (D) has been picked by Barack Obama to be his head of Homeland Security. Democratic officials said. Napolitano is a border governor who will now be responsible for immigration policy and border security, which are part of Homeland Security’s myriad functions. Napolitano brings law-and-order experience from her stint as the Grand Canyon State’s first female attorney ...

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Christianist Pressure = HIV Studies Dropped

A new study shows that due to the influence of Christianists and the GOP, half of the surveyed HIV researchers dropped or changed their grant requests to study populations affected by the virus. Important US research to reduce HIV infection may have been prevented in recent years because scientists have censored their funding requests in response to political controversy, according ...

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BREAKING: CA Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Challenges To Prop 8

Via Los Angeles Times: The California Supreme Court agreed today to review legal challenges to Prop. 8, the voter initiative that restored a ban on same-sex marriage, but refused to permit gay weddings to resume pending a ruling. Meeting in closed session, the state high court asked litigants on both sides for more written arguments and scheduled a hearing for ...

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PhoboQuotable – Michael Glatze

“As I watch 100,000 people pile together shouting, ‘Gay, Straight, Black, White: Marriage is a Civil Right,’ begging to be allowed by law to participate in a life of homosexual behavior, I am impressed by how desensitized we have come as a society. “When I get despondent and feel that the voice of life in our American culture is threatened ...

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