If you've got HBO and did not get a chance to watch their documentary, The Loving Story this week, it reairs in May. In the wake of the two hearings by the Supreme Court on gay marriage, the film serves as a stark reminder for how we're likely to be viewed by future generations for the rhetoric and animosity we're seeing to same-sex couples being allowed to be married today.
As we already know, Pat Buchanan has been out there pushing a new book of his Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025? Buchanan showed up on Hannity's show earlier this week where he was treated to the softball interview I posted
In another 20 years, gay rights will not be the issue it is today. It will not be the issue it is today because kids like Graeme Taylor understand that gay kids are no different from straight kids and the homophobia in schools is not only
(Pres. Eisenhower in 1959 - to some, The Old Hippy) [media id=17802] Listening to Eisenhower lately makes me wonder if anyone remotely like him
From Twelve Angry Men, 1957. Open thread below....
Corrente: The Bender of an Era: Krugman sees the oncoming train Liberal Values: Rand Paul opposes mine safety rules The Impolitic: GOP bea
Greg Sargent at WaPo's Plumline caught this exchange earlier today on New Orleans radio station Rush Radio 99.5. MALE HOST: I wonder if Senator Vit