Monthly Archives: August 2007

Be Careful What You Post, Reverend DL Foster…

DL Foster, the mind of The Gay Christian Movement Watch, accused a person (Bishop “Dr.” Wyatt) of having a fraudulent academic background.  I am not going to comment on what he said, since I’m not really interested in that.  But … Continue reading

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Good News From Iowa

I just saw at G-A-Y (Good As You, in case you were wondering) that a judge in Iowa has struck down their anti-gay marriage law!  I can hear it now–those damned activist judges!  Yippee!  If I didn’t have to work, … Continue reading

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Peter LaBarbera’s Banquet is having some Indigestion…

Remember I mentioned that Peter LaBarbera was planning a nice little get-together banquet for all of his anti-gay activist friends (at $50/head)?  Well, Peter tried to get the Holiday Inn to host it, but once he told them it might … Continue reading

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So much Good Stuff to Blog About Today! Larry Craig and Ted Haggard

Let’s see.  Republican Senator Larry Craig, with his poor wife by his side, screams he isn’t gay.  Maybe what the good, wholesome family-values senator meant to say is that he has same-sex attractions, which, at least according to ex-gay groups, … Continue reading

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When It Rains, It Really Pours

I’m currently teaching a course on Race, Ethnicity and Immigration in U.S. History at a local college.  I’m pretty happy with the way it is going so far.  Today was Day 2.  A couple of weeks ago I had an … Continue reading

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Senator Larry Craig–Newest Republican Hypocrite

Senator Larry Craig, a three term Republican from Idaho, was arrested and plead guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct that occurred in the men’s bathroom at the Minneapolis airport.  He was arrested after an undercover policeman thought he was involved in … Continue reading

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Gays, Lesbians, Transgendered and Nigeria

Nigeria is showing a good example of why we can never, ever let religious beliefs that denigrate people become law in this country.  A number of men were arrested there because they were in a hotel, supposedly dressed in women’s … Continue reading

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