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This Matrimony Is Full of Holes!

I seem to recall reading that the phrase “sanctity of marriage” wasn’t used until fairly recently, and was pretty much just a response to how marriage is changing in our society. That must not be entirely true, because a quick … Continue reading

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Defiling the Sanctuary

Illegal immigration continues to be one of the major issues discussed by the Republican presidential candidates, which just goes to show how eager their voter base is to stick it to people who aren’t affecting them in any way. It’s … Continue reading

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Holy Hatred

I guess I’m a little late in talking about the GoFundMe campaign for the anti-gay pizza parlor in Indiana, but I was thinking this morning about how that might piss me off even more than the owners’ homophobia. It’s like … Continue reading

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In for Mike Pence, Out for Mike Pounds

I made a tweet today to the effect that 1 April would be the perfect time for Indiana to declare that their deceptively-named Religious Freedom Restoration Act is an elaborate hoax. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like that’s happening. In truth, … Continue reading

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Set Your Watch for Sim Time

I’ve been playing a bit of Sims 3 as of late, experimenting with the University Life expansion pack. Yeah, I know Sims 4 is out now, but it doesn’t look to be much of an improvement, and is apparently a … Continue reading

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The Moral Majority Is Neither

I’ve recently come across a few links to a Politico article on the origins of the Religious Right, which was a quite interesting read. The main point is that, while it’s commonly said that Roe v. Wade was what inspired … Continue reading

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Madam, I’m Adam

A common line trotted out by the homophobic crowd is, “It’s Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve!” It’s not clear what exactly their point is, but I suppose it’s that, since the first marriage in existence was that of … Continue reading

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I Should Be Allowed to Shoot My Mouth Off

In response to the Chick-fil-A issue, SamuraiFrog pointed out that they were hardly the only corporation giving money to anti-gay or otherwise hateful causes. I think what really gets people about Chick-fil-A, or at least what really got ME about … Continue reading

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Flip-Flopping Fun

I wanted to say something about the events that occurred recently involving gay marriage, both the President coming out in favor of it (good) and North Carolina voting to ban it (bad, but unfortunately not unexpected). I guess there’s not … Continue reading

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The Late Great State

I just saw a Bill Maher episode from a few weeks ago where a former speechwriter for Condoleeza Rice said she was okay with Mitt Romney’s health plan because it was only in Massachusetts, but not with the federal government … Continue reading

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