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Swag Tuesday

Courtesy of the Saint At Large, today’s Swag Tuesday prize is two tickets to The Christmas Party at Pacha, which takes place Saturday, December 20th. Pacha is at 618 W. 48th Street in Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan. The party features DJs Michael Magnan, Eddie Elias, and Jonathan Peters and runs from 10PM to 6:30AM. Tickets are $30 advance, $40 at the ...

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People For The American Way Launches DumpDOMA.com

People For The American Way has launched a petition website called Dump DOMA. Go to the site and send your demands to Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid that both houses of Congress immediately begin working to repeal the Defense Of Marriage Act. From the site: REPEALING DOMA: * would be a repudiation of the forces of hate and division who ...

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BREAKING: Illinois Governor Arrested In Scandal Over Barack Obama’s Senate Seat

Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich was arrested by the FBI today, accused of “brazenly” trying to sell Barack Obama’s soon-to-be vacated Senate seat to the highest bidder, among other serious charges. Federal authorities arrested Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich Tuesday on charges that he brazenly conspired to sell or trade the U.S. Senate seat left vacant by President-elect Barack Obama to the ...

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Tomorrow: A Day Without A Gay

Here’s LOGO’s take on it: Tomorrow, December 10th is national Gay Strike Day. Or “Day Without a Gay!” Or “Call in Gay!” day. Whatever you want to call it, activists are asking LGBT folks all over the U.S. to not go to work as a way to demonstrate just how great of an impact LGBT Americans have on our daily ...

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Pat Boone: Worst Person In The World

Last month I posted a lengthy excerpt from washed up singer Pat Boone’s World Net Daily column in which he compared Prop 8 protesters to the terrorists who attacked the World Trade Center. Boone has updated his claims, now saying that the protesters are like the terrorists that attacked Mumbai last week, earning him the Worst Person In The World ...

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Senator Nanny

Now Fran Drescher says she wants to replace Hillary Clinton in the Senate. “I’ve just been given the appointment of U.S. diplomat,” she said at a party for Le Cirque: A Table in Heaven at that restaurant on December 3. “My title is public diplomacy envoy for women’s health issues, and I just got back from a four-country European tour ...

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The Unkindest Cut

A Jewish man in Queens is suing a European research group for libel because it incorrectly stated that he was uncircumcised. Angered over an online claim that he was not circumcised, a Queens man is suing a research group that mentioned the delicate subject on its Web site. John Singer, 49, is seeking unspecified damages for the allegedly libelous statement ...

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Lawrence King’s Killer Found Competent

Lawrence King’s murderer, Brandon McInerney, has been found competent to stand trial. Brandon McInerney, an Oxnard teenager accused of first-degree murder and a hate crime in connection with the shooting of a classmate, today was found competent to stand trial in Ventura County Superior Court. Judge Kevin McGee made the ruling after hearing from a psychiatrist and a psychologist. The ...

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Milk Wins Kramer Prize

Milk has won its first award. Sean Penn’s film biography “Milk” is receiving the Producers Guild of America’s Stanley Kramer Award, which honors pictures taking on provocative social issues. The prize, announced Monday, will be presented at the guild’s awards show Jan. 24. “Milk” stars Penn as San Francisco politician Harvey Milk, who in 1977 won a seat on the ...

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Print Media Death Watch

First we hear that the New York Times has mortgaged their brand new midtown skyscraper and may have to sell it, and now comes word that the Tribune Company has filed for bankruptcy. The company that owns the Los Angeles Times, KTLA Channel 5 and the Chicago Tribune filed for bankruptcy protection today, seeking relief from $12 billion in debt ...

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