Monthly Archives: November 2009

Hypocrisy at the American Family Association

For a couple of years now the AFA (or as I like to call it, the Wildmon Family Association) has tried to boycott companies that they say refuse to say the word Christmas.  If a company says ‘holidays’, they call … Continue reading

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Some Reverse Psychology

I was just reading Pam’s House Blend and came upon a great entry.  It is written by Sue Jeffers.  I hope she doesn’t mind that I copy it here.  Read it and think about the argument some Christians have the … Continue reading

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What Terrible Disaster Could Happen in 2012?

Since I teach World History, my students have been asking me quite a bit about the Mayan date of 2012.  Here is an article in the S.F. Chronicle.  It is pretty good.  But the best part of this article is … Continue reading

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Dan Savage on Marriage

I’ve always liked Dan Savage.  Now I really like him.  Here is what he has to say about Marriage:

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The Rhode Island Governor can Go to H*ll

The Rhode Island Governor vetoed legislation that was passed on October that allowed gay couples to make funeral arrangements for their partners!  For Christ’s sake—gay people in Rhode Island can’t even get access to the dead body of their partners!  … Continue reading

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Success in Washington State!

I just heard the good news about Washington State!  Even though it is ‘everything but marriage’ (which to me is ‘separate but equal’) it is still good.  Referendum 71 passed by 52%.  I just want to thank my brother-in-law Paul … Continue reading

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Disappointment in Maine, Hope in Washington State

It was a pretty disappointing day with the Maine news.  It reminded me of exactly a year ago when I was sitting in the same place that the Maine glbt community is sitting in now.  However, there is some good … Continue reading

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