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Bilerico Weekly Reader

Filed By Bil Browning | July 18, 2009 6:00 PM | comments

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When I crossposted the video of Michael's Steele's "fried chicken and potato salad" quip on Huffington Post this week, the nation went nuts. The post's popularity led to double our normal traffic on Bilerico Project and we ended the week with another high note - word that Michael Savage's wife quit working for him over her gay-positive stance with Rockstar Energy Drink! Check out the best of this week's Bilerico sites:

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Where's My Gay Tennis Player? Filed by: Sean Bugg (Bilerico-DC)
"Well I'll be damned" Filed by: Nadine Smith (Bilerico-Florida)
Young Republicans elect racist middle-aged woman President Filed by: Bil Browning (Bilerico-Indiana)

Sunday

Lifting the Veil off Mental Health: Life with a Bipolar Partner Filed by: David Castillo
Fig Trees, Transliminal Criminals, and Other Plural Nouns: Dispatch from Outfest 2009 Filed by: Jessica Hoffmann

Monday

Where is the Senate on ENDA? Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss
Judge Sotomayor for the Supreme Court Filed by: Kate Kendell

Tuesday

A straight contributor to TBP? Filed by: Bil Browning
Gay Republican cat-fight! Filed by: Alex Blaze

Wednesday

Florida Judge Who Struck Down Gay Adoption Ban Demoted Filed by: Waymon Hudson
The Politics of Comedy: What's Off Limits?; Plus, "The Goods" Wants You to Laugh at a Hate Crime Filed by: Prince Gomolvilas

Thursday

First the Abortionists, Then the "Homosexuals": TheCall Declares War Filed by: Patricia Nell Warren
Where To Find Sex And Love Filed by: Father Tony

Friday

Rockstar Energy Drink CFO breaks ties with Savage Productions Filed by: Bil Browning
The F-22 v. The Matthew Shepard Hate Crimes Bill Filed by: John Shields

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Indyracer57 | July 19, 2009 7:59 AM

Bill, this is one reason that I do not call my self a republican today. The republican party is no longer conservative in this country.