Saturday, April 11, 2009
Just in time for Easter: The law prevents discrimination against gays – even by those who purport to base their hatred on religion.
Faith organizations and individuals who view homosexuality as sinful and refuse to provide services to gay people are losing a growing number of legal battles that they say are costing them their religious freedom.
The lawsuits have resulted from states and communities that have banned discrimination based on sexual orientation. Those laws have created a clash between the right to be free from discrimination and the right to freedom of religion, religious groups said, with faith losing.
The ladies from Sex and the City explain what the GOP Teabagging Protests are all about. From Jed at DailyKos: The FOX crew, with an assist from Georgia Republican Phil Gingrey, are getting ready for some teabagging. This one is probably not safe for work as it also features the women from "Sex and the City" explaining what FOX is all excited about. See the video! My goodness, those FOX guys love their teabagging. They just can't stop talking about it. And, many of the FOX "stars" are going to cover the teabagging live. Can they show that on TV????
Thursday, April 09, 2009
“Chuck: In short, this show is clever, all-around fun, with a great cast, stellar writing and lots and lots of heart. And Chuck and Sarah may be the TV couple we most enjoy seeing almost hook up, but not quite. Save that for season five or six.”
Jeff Zucker, President and Chief Executive Officer
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"Do Re Mi" improvisional dance in Belgian train station. Seeing this AND the Texas bluebonnets are blooming makes this a great day!
A commenter on Joe.My.God. had this to say about the video: “Belgium was the second country in the world to legalize gay marriage... I think this shows the consequences of that judicial decision pretty clearly. Get ready Des Moines, this is coming to a corn field near you!"