Tag Archives: Things that are pathetic

No, really.

This would be worthy of reporting for its sheer entertainment value alone – but wait, there’s more! Purportedly serious organizations like World Net Daily, Concerned Women for America, Focus on the Family, and the Montgomery County anti-sexuality education group Citizens … Continue reading

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On the invention of new “rights”

Is this the trainwreck Maggie Gallagher said was coming? According to the Boston Globe, a man named Stephen Dunne “claims he failed the Massachusetts bar exam because he refused to answer a question about gay marriage [and] has filed a … Continue reading

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Phillips campaign continues misrepresentation

Hilariously, the Patricia Phillips for Senate campaign has updated its website with an item entitled “Setting the Record Straight.” As you can see, Phillips continues to erroneously refer to a 2005 Loudoun Times-Mirror editorial as an “Equality Loudoun article in … Continue reading

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Great moments in research and development

Yes, this actually happened. Edward Hammond, of Berkeley’s Sunshine Project, had used the Freedom of Information Act to obtain a copy of the proposal from the Air Force’s Wright Laboratory in Dayton, Ohio. As part of a military effort to … Continue reading

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It was a very long year

To the tune of “It was a very good year” Continue reading

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“NoVa4marriage” launches. Hilarity ensues.

Our anti-gay friends from NoVA Townhall have launched their website pimping for the Marshall-Newman amendment. A brief frolic through the linkfarm yields this gem: “It is the hope of the homosexual community that if they can masquerade as successful parents, … Continue reading

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Abstraction has its limits

This conversation reminds me of a photograph that was published in the Washington Post during the Massachusetts hearings on marriage equality. Demonstrators had gathered outside the courthouse from both sides of the issue, and were energetically engaged in “dialogue.” One … Continue reading

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