Tag Archives: freedom

Something to Think (and Talk) About

What are blogs but linguistic legerdemain? The presentation of an idea, a thought, designed with a single purpose to spark independent thought and discussion amongst readers the world over, this is what blogs are. This is why they are important … Continue reading

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A Call for Action

There’s a new organization forming for equality for the GLBT community. It’s called All Out and you can find their website here. If you care about equality for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, or for people who fall within the spectra … Continue reading

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Eight Years

Hard to believe its been eight years. Eight years since That Day. No need to tell you which day I’m talking about, right? You know, That Day. The Day Everything Changed. The day we were given a black eye by … Continue reading

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Social Justice: Who’s it for, anyway?

The following is from a paper I wrote while in college in 2003. I have updated it, somewhat and corrected some initial errors, but otherwise, I present it as it was originally written. Take it for what it is worth. … Continue reading

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Keith Olbermann on Love (and Proposition 8)

Nothing I can say can add anything to what Mr. Olbermann says here. If you supported Prop 8, then you really need to see this.

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What California’s Propositon 8 will mean for America

By now you’ve probably heard about California’s Proposition 8. If you haven’t, its a vote to enact a Constitutional ban on Gay Marriage. If this measure is passed, millions of Gay Americans will have rights stripped from them. Reread that … Continue reading

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On Rights

On Rights It is illegal to commit suicide in this country. This begs the question: Who owns my life? Is it me, or the government? If I am the owner of my life, then it is my choice to commit … Continue reading

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