Monthly Archives: September 2008

A New Poll, Good News and A Fast (that is probably good too!)

I saw in the S.F. Chronicle that it is likely that Prop. 8, the constitutional amendment that will take away the right of gays and lesbians to marry, will fail.  The number of undecided voters has dropped to 4%.  55% … Continue reading

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Tony Perkins, The American Family Association and ‘Saving’ Marriage

I received two emails today.  One is from Tony Perkins and his pals at the Family Research Center.  He wants $600,000 so that his group can ‘save’ marriage.  Tony Perkins is in Washington D.C.  The last time I checked the … Continue reading

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My First Woodworking Project

We have been extremely lucky with having the families that we do.  Both sides are very supportive and loving.  We can’t ask for better families.  For a number of years now I have been wanting to try woodworking.  I want … Continue reading

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Vote NO on Prop. 8 Video

  I just received an email from Equality California and they have just made a video.  It is really good:     Remember, if you want to preserve marriage, vote NO on Prop. 8

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This Day in History–The Emancipation Proclamation

Today, Sept. 22 is a very important date in American history.  It is on this day that President Lincoln issued his Emancipation Proclamation in 1862, which was to be put into effect on Jan. 1, 1863.  I am going to … Continue reading

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San Diego Union Tribune–NO on Prop. 8

I just saw that the San Diego Union Tribune has an editorial about Prop. 8.  San Diego is the home of places like The Rock Church (which even created a website to take away the right of gays and lesbians … Continue reading

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Churches and Money

I find it interesting that many anti-gay marriage activists complain about Christian ‘persecution’ when it comes to having the state accept marriages of all people–gay and straight.  One of the main ‘persecutions’ seems to revolve around money.  Churches in this … Continue reading

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