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

Dear Clint McCance: STFU – a REAL Message of Hope


If you haven’t heard the story, a Midland, AR school board member recently said on his Facebook page (allegedly. The account has either been removed or made completely private) that “fags” should die. Responding to “Spirit Day” (a movement I was also against, though for very different reasons), Clint McCance posted a giant screed including … Continue reading

Red Eye: God Hates Total Bastards


After last night’s heated – but fruitful – Twitter debate over the TN house fire, I promised to write a silly post. Sorry, but it turns out I lied. It’s time to tell a little story. As many of you know, I am teh ghey. For years, I’ve lived by myself. I’ve had relationships on … Continue reading

EXCLUSIVE: Interview With Molly Norris, Artist Behind “Everybody Draw Mohammad Day”


Seattle artist Molly Norris may best be known outside of the Emerald City as she who spawned worldwide controversy after creating “Everybody Draw Mohammad Day.” The even, in which everyday people were to draw cartoon depictions of the Islamic prophet and post them online created a worldwide furor, culminating in many fatwas being placed on … Continue reading

Burning the Qur’an


On September 11, 2010, a small church in Gainesville, Florida is planning an organized burning of the Muslim holy book, The Qur’an. The burning is to mark the anniversary of the 9/11/2001 attacks against the US by Islamic terrorists. Of course, everyone – including General David Petraeus – is worried the burning will endanger the … Continue reading

My Last Word on the Ground Zero Mosque


The whole Ground Zero Mosque kerfuffle will continue for quite some time. Until it’s built, and long after, I suspect. However, I find there is only so much one can say about it. I will continue to lend my support to those opposed to the mosque on philosophical and moral grounds. If it’s pertinent, I … Continue reading

Reporters Without Borders Condems WikiLeaks … Sort Of


By now, everyone has heard of Julian Assange, the contemptible world traveler who has made it his goal in life to publish dubiously secured documents to the Internet, often edited and without context. His site, WikiLeaks (which I won’t link to here, because … ick) recently published roughly 92,000 US military documents, many of which … 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

The Right to Pray – Where Rights Conflict

God Bless America

According to FOXNews.com, a Chicago man was arrested outside a Planned Parenthood clinic simply for praying, alone, on the sidewalk: A Chicago man says he’s fighting charges of disorderly conduct for simply standing on a public sidewalk and praying. Joseph Holland, a 25-year-old graduate student at Northwestern University, says he was standing still praying the … Continue reading

SB 1070 – What’s Next for Illegal Immigration in Arizona?


Now that a federal court has ruled against Arizona’s contentious illegal immigration law (SB 1070), what’s next for Arizona and other states trying to combat illegal immigration? Once again, let me say I’m neither a constitutional expert, nor am I a lawyer, but here are some thoughts off the top of my head: 1) If … Continue reading

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