March 3, 2012


Oh Lucky Day: Right in the Kisser

Filed by Bil Browning | March 03, 2012 | 5:00 PM | comments

Oh, what a lucky day this is. I stumbled across two treasures this morning.Read More


The David Dreier That Could Have Been

Filed by Mike Rogers | March 03, 2012 | 3:00 PM | comments

Now that districts are being drawn fairly, US Rep. David Dreier (R-CA) is out. Well, not totally out. With a Congressional voting record as centrist as any GOPer can be, David Dreier also happens to be a closeted gay man.Read More


New Options for LGBT Jews

Filed by Jesse Monteagudo | March 03, 2012 | 1:00 PM | comments

As individuals and as a group, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Jews will continue to exist, to flourish, and to leave our mark on the Jewish, LGBT, and mainstream communities.Read More

Ken Mehlman's Apology [Open Thread]

Filed by Bil Browning | March 03, 2012 | 11:00 AM | comments

Is now openly gay former 2004 Bush campaign manager Ken Mehlman's apology for his role in using LGBT rights as a wedge issue sincere?Read More

Christie: 'I Vetoed Gay Marriage Not Gay Rights'

Filed by Bil Browning | March 03, 2012 | 9:54 AM | comments

Watch as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie tells a high school student that he didn't veto "gay rights," he voted "gay marriage." Of course he then goes on to give his spiel about letting the people vote instead of...Read More


AARP Supports Euthanizing Seniors?

Filed by Bil Browning | March 03, 2012 | 9:45 AM | comments

"Special rights for immoral behavior. Advocacy for same-sex marriage. Support for homosexual adoption. These are some of the things that the AARP does with the money from dues that they receive from the millions over the age of 50 that...Read More


Will Maine AG William Schneider Ever Prosecute NOM?

Filed by Daniel Villarreal | March 03, 2012 | 9:00 AM | comments

The U.S. Supreme Court basically told the National Organization for Marriage that they have to follow Maine's campaign finance disclosure laws. But why should NOM, especially since the state attorney general probably won't prosecute them?Read More