Monthly Archives: June 2006

Arkansas and gay foster care

Yesterday, in what was a total surprise to me, the Arkansas State Supreme Court said that gays and lesbians can certainly adopt and that there is no evidence to suggest that the children are damaged in any way.  One judge … Continue reading

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End of Week 2

I just got home a bit ago from my second week of teaching Epic Poetry at the college.  I gave them their first quiz on Monday and just marked it yesterday–I was shocked to see how many had failed.  It … Continue reading

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Richard Cohen–aka wacko

I’ve just watched a disgusting video that features an idiot called Richard Cohen.  He was made famous recently when he claims to be able to cure gays and lesbians of their psychological pain.  He does this by having the patient … Continue reading

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Israel and the never ending cycle of violence

Boy, Israel and Palestine are at is once again.  This is no big surprise.  When one of Israel’s soldiers was kidnapped, I found it interesting that the Israeli government blamed the Palestinian government.  They never gave it a thought that … Continue reading

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Presidential wannabee Romney and civil rights

Although his state allows gay marriage, Mitch Romney, the governor has bent over backwards to cater to all the fundamentalists about trying to get rid of gay marriage.  Why, who are all these gay people who want their rights and … Continue reading

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Dear Abby Again

I don’t know who Jeanne Phillips is who has replaced Dear Abby, but I look forward to reading her every day!  Today (June 28, S.F. Chronicle) is no exception and it just shows me why I love Dear Abby:   … Continue reading

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CNN and Dobson of “Focus on the “Family””

My homepage for years now has been the CNN website.  I like to read the news and I haven’t noticed any bias so far.  But today they have allowed James Dobson, president of the Focus on the "Family" group to … Continue reading

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