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Another Gay Internet Hookup Murder

The NYPD suspects that a man found stabbed to death in his Queens apartment last week was murdered by a man he met on the internet. Michael Pecora’s nude body was found in his Forest Hills apartment late Wednesday, hours after his sister called his cell phone only to have a stranger answer, the sources said. The man with Pecora’s …

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SF City Attorney Files Amicus Brief On Behalf Of Federal Marriage Suit

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera has filed the first amicus brief in support of Ted Olson and David Boies’ federal marriage suit. “The constitutional challenge to Proposition 8 in federal court persuasively argues that the measure’s only conceivable purpose was to withhold honor and respect from the relationships of same-sex couples, and to do so to them alone,” Herrera …

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Friendly Voices – Lincoln Chafee

“I served the residents of Rhode Island as both Mayor of Warwick and a United States Senator, and in that time I have dealt with my share of controversial issues. I have seen people of diverse backgrounds and divergent political affiliations come together to do what is right when the best interests of our state’s citizens were at stake. Rhode …

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White House Working On Including Gay Relationships In 2010 Census Count

In the second bone tossed to the gay community this week, the White House said yesterday it is looking into including same-sex marriages and partnerships data in the 2010 Census. The administration has directed the Census Bureau to determine changes needed in tabulation software to allow for same-sex marriage data to be released early in 2011 with other detailed demographic …

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Custer’s Last Stand, Again

Some Native Amerians in South Dakota are upset that McDonald’s has issued a new Happy Meal figure of General George Custer. The toy is a tie-in with the new Night At The Museum movie. The fast food chain’s decision to circulate the toy in Indian Country is akin to circulating a Hitler figure in Israel, according to Laurette Pourier, executive …

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