I couldn’t watch the George Zimmerman trial for the murder of Trayvon Martin for more than 10 minutes at a time. The pain was too acute. The trial was such a mockery of everything that we are told to believe … Continue reading
My initial thoughts on Jay-Z’s endorsement of marriage equality.
Posted in Music, Politics, Sexuality
Tagged Barack Obama, CNN, gay, gay marriage, Jay-Z, Jigga, LGBT, marriage equality, President Obama, Shawn Carter
My thoughts on Baratunde Thurston’s great video response to Obama’s release of his birth certificate.
Bill Maher on political sex scandals and how it relates to our current political situation:
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Tagged adultery, anti-poverty, bill maher, democrats, eliot spitzer, infidelity, john edwards, marriage, poverty, puritanical, puritans, sex scandal, wall street
Roger Cohen's op-ed in today's issue of The New York Times, which dissects the fundamental different way that the U.S. and Europe view health care, is a beautiful, subtly persuasive bit of writing. To wit: One fundamental reason a public … Continue reading