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Boycott Utah?

There’s a growing call to boycott Utah in the wake of Proposition 8 and the referendum’s massive support by the Utah-based Mormon Church. Utah’s growing tourism industry and the star-studded Sundance Film Festival are being targeted for a boycott by bloggers, gay rights activists and others seeking to punish the Mormon church for its aggressive promotion of California’s ban on …

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Anti-Gay Musgrave Lost by 12 Points, Still Won’t Concede Defeat

Batshit crazy homophobe Rep. Marilyn Musgrave (the architect of the Federal Marriage Amendment) still won’t concede that she lost the election. Bitterness generated by the bruising battle between Betsy Markey and Marilyn Musgrave apparently lingers days after voters decided the winner of the 4th Congressional District. Incumbent Republican Musgrave, who lost to Democrat Markey by a 56 to 44 percent …

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Governator Speaks Out Against Prop 8
(A Little Too Late)

Schwarzenegger: “They had a very, very strong campaign, the pro-Proposition 8 people, and I think that the people that tried to defeat it did not have, maybe, as good a campaign or had as much money behind it, whatever. I think it is unfortunate, obviously, but it’s not the end, because I think this will go back into the courts, …

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Wednesday: Prop 8 Protest In NYC

New York City will see its first Prop 8 protest on Wednesday at the Manhattan Mormon Temple on the Upper West Side. Via Facebook: Tens of thousands of our brothers and sisters are in the streets in California and Salt Lake City and around the country protesting the votes banning same-sex marriage in California. Join them! Make your voices heard …

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Afternoon View – SF Embarcadero

I’m in San Francisco for a few days, staying downtown next to the Embarcadero. I’ve got the balcony door open and the wet fog is just whipping through the room, it’s kinda fabulous. If you embiggen this pic, you can see the a bit of the Ferry Building and the Bay Bridge. Not much to do today except maybe stroll …

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