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Politics & Pop Culture from a homocon.
May 22, 2014Posted by on
Statement Regarding the Opinion of Judge Jones in the Whitewood Case
News for Immediate Release
May 21, 2014
Statement Regarding the Opinion of Judge Jones in the Whitewood Case
“I have thoroughly reviewed Judge Jones’ opinion in the Whitewood case. Given the high legal threshold set forth by Judge Jones in this case, the case is extremely unlikely to succeed on appeal. Therefore, after review of the opinion and on the advice of my Commonwealth legal team, I have decided not to appeal Judge Jones’ decision.
“As a Roman Catholic, the traditional teaching of my faith has not wavered. I continue to maintain the belief that marriage is between one man and one woman. My duties as Governor require that I follow the laws as interpreted by the Courts and make a judgment as to the likelihood of a successful appeal.
“Throughout the debate on this important and meaningful issue, I have maintained that Commonwealth officials and agencies would follow the provisions of Pennsylvania’s marriage law unless or until a court says otherwise. The court has spoken, and I will ensure that my administration follows the provisions of Judge Jones’ order with respect for all parties.
“It is my hope that as the important issue of same-sex relationships continues to be addressed in our society, that all involved be treated with respect.”
July 4, 2013Posted by on
As America celebrates her 237th Independence Day, we live in a land that’s a little more free. Today, there is a little bit more to celebrate. We’re not completely there yet, but we have and we will continue to persevere.
Last week, the Supreme Court struck down Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act, which takes us one step closer to full equality for the LGBT. That section had barred the federal government from recognizing same-sex marriages in states where it was legal.
There are still questions and issues to sort out, but today, we can clearly say that we are moving in the right direction.
And in the words of former Vice President Dick Cheney, “Freedom means freedom for everyone.”
July 1, 2013Posted by on
Enjoyed White House Down. It was a good action-packed movie. Didn’t have high expectations with the series of sub par movies lately. And it’s good to see a movie where the ending is not set up to lead to a sequel.
There are some scenes that are a bit cheesy, but the story more than makes up for it. Channing Tatum (still hot!) is a very believable hero who has made mistakes in the past and is trying to better himself.
I give it 7 out of 10 stars
June 29, 2013Posted by on
I’ve never really taken the time to try a 5 Vegas Classic, until now. Boy, have I been missing out! This is a great middle of day-let’s take a break-cigar that won’t leave you on your ass when you done. This allows one to head back to the office to continue plotting world domination.
The 5 Vegas website says that the tobacco comes from five different plantations. And it comes in seven sizes. Today, I had the corona.
A very nice medium bodied cigar.
June 9, 2013Posted by on
“But if my being seen in the parade is a visible sign that God loves and accepts people across the full spectrum of human sexuality, it will have achieved its purpose.”
– The Very Rev. Gary Hall, Washington National Cathedral
But he didn’t stop there.
“I’m sure I’ll get some angry letters for participating in something this flamboyant. But you know, I think the flamboyance might actually loosen up some uptight people.”
- The Very Rev. Gary Hall, Washington National Cathedral
May 17, 2013Posted by on
|American Idol||Viewership||Ratings||Season Winner||Runner Up|
|Season 1 2002||23.021M||10.8/30||Kelly Clarkson||Justin Guarini|
|Season 2 2003||38.060M||16.8/37||Ruben Studdard||Clay Aiken|
|Season 3 2004||28.839M||12.0/32||Fantasia Barrino||Diana DeGarmo|
|Season 4 2005||30.269M||12.5/31||Carrie Underwood||Bo Bice|
|Season 5 2006||36.383M||14.2/36||Taylor Hicks||Katherine McGee|
|Season 6 2007||30.755M||11.5/31||Jordin Sparks||Blake Lewis|
|Season 7 2008||31.688M||11.4/30||David Cook||David Archuleta|
|Season 8 2009||28.838M||10.0/28||Kris Allen||Adam Lambert|
|Season 9 2010||24.215M||8.2/24||Lee DeWyze||Crystal Bowersox|
|Season 10 2011||29.288M||9.2/26||Scotty McCreery||Lauren Alaina|
|Season 11 2012||21.5M||6.4/18||Phillip Phillips||Jessica Sanchez|
|Season 12 2013||13.6M||3.4/11||Candice Glover||Kree Harrison|
January 9, 2013Posted by on
Funny, I don’t hear the gay left demanding to know where Log Cabin got the money for this add in the The Hill newspaper. LCR_THE_HILL
January 4, 2013Posted by on
|For Immediate Release||Contact: Press Secretary
(Washington, DC) – Today, Log Cabin Republicans (LCR) Interim Executive Director, Gregory T. Angelo, released a statement criticizing House Republicans for their decision to incorporate ongoing counsel to uphold the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) into the new Congressional Rules.
The following is a response from the LCR Interim Executive Director, Gregory T. Angelo:
At a time when sound fiscal policy should be front-and-center, diverting taxpayer funds to defend the Federal Defense of Marriage Act should not be a priority, period. But the beltway buzz about Congressional Rules ignores the big picture: this debate would be nonexistent if DOMA was repealed. Following a week in which Republican Congressmen Richard Hanna and Charlie Bass joined Republican Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen in support of the Respect for Marriage Act and DOMA repeal, we urge the Republican Congress to focus on our core tenets of small government and avoid engaging in distracting social issues that do nothing more than provide political fodder to the left.
Copyright 2013 Log Cabin Republicans
December 28, 2012Posted by on
December 25, 2012Posted by on
Today, shopping malls start pumping in the “Christmas cheer” as early as October. And the artists of today produce seasonal songs that, to be kind, is extremely lacking.
Much like the holiday itself, Christmas music — err, holiday songs have become so commercial. These singers are churning out songs simply to make a buck. Hey, that is the American way. And as long as there’s a market for it, they will continue to do so.
To be fair, there have been a few songs here and there in recent years that will stand the test of time for the holidays. Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas is You” and Bryan Adams’ “Something About Christmas Time” comes to mind. But in my opinion, there hasn’t been a great release of a Christmas song, or songs since 1987’s A Very Special Christmas.
As a fundraising avenue for the Special Olypmics, A Very Special Christmas compiled songs from 15 of the biggest acts of the time. Listening to this CD still holds up through the years. Take a look at the amazing tracks below.