Red Eye: Wha?!? Identity Politics is a Fail?


Apparently, according to Greg Gutfeld, Barack Obama – a president – recently talked to a whole bunch of lefty bloggers. Also, he went on The Daily Show. As Gutfeld reported in the Greg-Alogue Yep, rather than reach out to those who are frustrated, disaffected, or even undecided about what to do this Tuesday – he … Continue reading

Red Eye: Paladino NOT Pal O’ Dorothy


First off, the title for this post was directly stolen from TV’s Andy Levy, who used it at the beginning of the most recent episode of “Red Eye.” It was too good not to use. Second, and most important, could people please stop talking about teh geyhs? If you believe some conservative estimates, between 1-3% … Continue reading

CA Federal Judge Strikes Down Prop 8 as Unconstitutional


Today, Judge Vaughn Walker struck down California’s Proposition 8 as unconstitutional. Proposition 8 is an amendment to the state’s constitution and defines marriage as between one man and one woman. It was passed by popular vote. In his ruling, Judge Walker, who is himself gay, stated: “Plaintiffs challenge Proposition 8 under the Due Process and … Continue reading

Landmark Prop 8 Ruling Expected Wednesday


According to every single news source in the world, Chief US District Judge Vaughn Walker has reached a decision on the constitutionality of Proposition 8. Prop 8, as you probably know, is an amendment to the state’s constitution that limits marriage as being between one man and one woman. According to The Huffington Post (because … Continue reading

NRB – TEA Party Remains Suspiciously Silent on Totally Unrelated Issues


Read the full post at NewsReal Blog: Today, the Washington Post published an article on the Tea Party’s silence in relation to a Massachusetts Federal Court’s recent decision to declare parts of the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which defined marriage as between one man and woman, unconstitutional. In a similar light, the National … Continue reading

No, Mr. O’Reilly, You Cannot Marry a Duck


On Tuesday’s The O’Reilly Factor, our erstwhile host had his panel of smart, Fox beauties on to discuss the important, current issues. In this case, I believe it was Kimberly Guilfoyle and Lis Wiehl. There appears to be a link to the transcript of the “Culture Warriors” interview on the Factor’s website, but of course, … Continue reading

My “Official” Stance on Gay Marriage


Finally. People have been asking me about my opinion on gay marriage recently. I’ve written posts, here and elsewhere, about the issue and how the Left uses emotionally based rhetoric, such as claims of homophobia and bigotry, to drive a wedge into the debate and shut down opposition. But, until now, I’ve never stated my … Continue reading

NRB: Anti-Gay Meanies Refuse to Step Aside for Marriage Redefinition


Hey! It’s “official.” I’m now contributing, in my own small way, to David Horowitz’s NewsReal Blog. I uploaded my first article last Friday and it was published early Saturday morning. When I make a new post there, I’ll post an excerpt here, so you can easily click through and read the post on NRB. Here’s … Continue reading

Prop 8 and the NOH8 Campaign


If you’re looking for a post from me stating my opinion on gay marriage, this is not that post. Rather, this post is about political maneuvering and the emotional shill game that often fuels debate in our society, especially when it comes to “equality” and “minority” issues. Proposition 8 is a an amendment to California’s … Continue reading

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