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Guest Post: Father Tony

Father Tony here, guest blogging for Joe from Fort Lauderdale. Dear Joe, No, of course you didn’t call too early this morning. In fact, C and I have been up for hours and have been at the Euro Café on East Sunrise Boulevard, hard by the drawbridge on the Galleria mall side of the Intracoastal. Here, the French proprietress who …

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Back In The Saddle

My deepest thanks go out to my dear friend Aaron for helming this here website thingy for the last week. While it was hard to stay away, I managed to get in some pretty decent and much needed down time, both physically and mentally. I should probably do this more often. So as many of you have suggested, I’ve asked …

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CA Asks Court Not To Delay Marriages

The state of California is fighting the wingnuts that want a stay of the ruling approving marriage equality. After fighting same-sex marriage for four years, the state Thursday urged the California Supreme Court to reject petitions that would delay enforcement of the court’s landmark ruling permitting gays to wed. “This historic litigation is now concluded,” wrote Senior Assistant Atty. Gen. …

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Again!

I cannot believe this. ANOTHER construction crane has collapsed on the Upper East Side, killing at least two people. Two people died in a crane collapse on the Upper East Side of Manhattan Friday morning, according to the city’s fire department, reports WCBS-2 in New York. The construction crane smashed into a high-rise apartment building before crashing more than a …

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Aussie Olympian Comes Out

Australian diver Matthew Mitcham, 20, has come out in advance of competing in the Beijing Olympics. Like many athletes around the world, Australian Matthew Mitcham fought his way to the top of his sport to qualify for the Beijing Olympic Games. Unlike many of his Olympic counterparts however, the diver must fight to bring his life partner with him to …

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New CA Poll: Majority Approve Marriage Equality For First Time Ever

By a tiny margin, for the first time ever a majority of polled Californians say they now approve of gay marriage. In a dramatic reversal of decades of public opinion, California voters agree by a slim majority that same-sex couples should be allowed to marry, according to a Field Poll released today. By 51-42 percent, registered voters said they believed …

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