Monthly Archives: January 2013

NRA Head: No Background Checks

NRA head Wayne LaPierre says that the government is already failing to prosecute people who illegally apply to purchase a gun, therefore it’s pointless to impose background checks on people that buy guns at gun shows.

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NEW YORK CITY: Police Suspect Online Hook-Up In Murder Of Queens Gay Man

Queens middle school teacher David Rangel, 53, was found strangled in his apartment this weekend. Police suspect that Rangel may have met his killer online and are inspecting his computer’s history. Rangel taught Spanish to seventh and eighth graders at the Paul Klapper School (P.S./M.S. 219) in Flushing, where the flag flew at half-mast Monday. “Everyone was walking around, mourning,” …

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Fred Karger Reports: NOM’s Brian Brown Was Paid $500K+ In 2011

NOM’s arch-nemesis Fred Karger, who ran for the GOP presidential nomination last year, appeared at NOM’s DC headquarters this week to demand their 2011 tax filings, which by law must be produced to any member of the public. Via press release: “They tried their best to avoid me, were rude and evasive, but what else is new?” said Karger on …

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Former Rep. Gabby Giffords Speaks At Senate Gun Control Hearing

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The Knife – Full Of Fire

If you enjoy the bizarre Swedish performer Fever Ray, you might like her latest collaboration with her brother.  There’s a story somewhere in this weird clip, right?  (Maybe not.)  Several years ago The Knife swept the Swedish version of the Grammys, including the Best Pop Group category.  I quite like this.

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Court Upholds SF Nudity Ban

Yesterday a federal court dismissed an attempt to block San Francisco’s recently-approved ban on public nudity.  The ban will go into effect as scheduled on Friday. Matthew Bajko has more at Bay Area Reporter: In his ruling Chen wrote that “the court concludes that the ordinance does not conflict with state law, that plaintiffs’ facial challenge to the ordinance based …

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New Theme: We’ll Be The Republican Party That People Want To Join

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Catholic Group Files Prop 8 Brief

Catholics for the Common Good has filed a Supreme Court brief against the overturn of Proposition 8, claiming that doing so constitutes “an attack on religion.” Here’s an excerpt from their summation: When the courts below held the People of California violated the Constitution when they voted to reaffirm the unique biological and cultural status of the only civil institution …

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Linda Harvey Has The Boy Scouts Sadz

“Will two 13-year-old boys in a troop who ‘like’ each other be allowed to hold hands at meetings? To sleep in adjacent sleeping bags at a camp out? And then, what happens when inevitably some newly empowered homosexually declared youth puts the moves on a boy who finds it disgusting? Fights? Division, as friends take sides? Of course! These are …

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Boy Scouts: 972-580-2330

You can also send a personal email to the Boy Scouts: NationalSupportCenter@Scouting.org. Sample message (keep it short): “Dear Boy Scouts of America, I think everyone should have the chance to take part in Scouting. I support an end to the ban on gay scouts and scout leaders. Sincerely…”

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George Takei Surprises Gay Teen

Remember the kid who came out at a high school assembly? (Via Queerty)

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Two Minutes Of British Hate #3

Here’s the third clip from Britain’s Kalley Yanta.

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Manhattan Declaration Files DOMA Brief

The backers of the Manhattan Declaration, whose signees vow to disobey laws that grant discrimination protections to LGBT Americans, have filed a Supreme Court brief against the overturn of DOMA. Because…JESUS. The Manhattan Declaration reminds the Court of the critical role of believers in Jesus have had in America’s positive social achievement. It recounts advances because of Christianity through history …

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HomoQuotable – Greg Quinlan

“As a former homosexual who was sexually molested as a child, I urge the Boy Scouts of America to reinforce their policy prohibiting homosexuals as Scout leaders entrusted with the care of impressionable young boys and teens. My own sexual molestation as a youth was a contributing factor to my homosexual behavior as I got older. I left homosexuality only …

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RUMOR: Apple Store For The Castro

Apple Insider speculates: An historic landmark building at the epicenter of San Francisco’s gay district is rumored to become the city’s fourth Apple Store. Citing “plugged in tipsters,” real estate blog SocketSite noted today that Apple is rumored to have set its sights on the property, which originally served as a Bank of America. The building has most recently served …

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Actor Jim Nabors Comes Out, Get Married

That actor and singer Jim Nabors is gay has been quietly known for decades, but now he’s officially come out and gotten married. Jim Nabors, the Hawaii resident well known for his starring role in the 1960s television sitcom “Gomer Pyle, USMC,” married his longtime male partner early this month, he told Hawaii News Now Tuesday. Nabors, 82, said he …

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Secretary Clinton Wants Sleep

“I hope I get to sleep in. It will be the first time in many years. I have no office to go to, no schedule to keep, no work to do. That will probably last a few days then I will be up and going with my new projects. I have been working or attending school full-time since I was …

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Tony Perkins Has The Boy Scouts Sadz

“Can they honestly tell parents that entrusting little boys to men with same-sex attractions is somehow going to reduce the incidence of child sexual abuse? Or is the motivation closure? Because anyone who’s been a target of homosexual activists understands: there is no appeasing them. This struggle won’t end until there is a national policy eliminating any and all standards …

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Westboro Files Prop 8 Brief

Westboro Baptist Church has filed a Supreme Court amicus brief against the repeal of Proposition 8. Note that their brief supports “neither party” in the case.   For your amusement, check out Westboro’s legal citations to support their case. This can only help us. (Via Good As You)

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Protect Marriage: WE’RE BROKE

Protect Marriage, the primary backers of Proposition 8, is reportedly so in debt to their lawyers that it may affect their ability to defend their Supreme Court case. ProtectMarriage.com, the advocacy group defending a California gay marriage ban now under review by the high court, showed a $2 million deficit in its legal fund at the end of 2011 – …

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