Monday, November 14, 2011

The Wrap-Up: November 14, 2011

John Aravosis
Those assaults against LGBT youth in Ohio weren't isolated incidents. The state's schools have a higher anti-gay bias than the national average.

John Aravosis asks whether the Catholic Church is really fighting about religious freedom or just power/money. We all know the answer, but it's still a good read.

St. Petersburg, Russia is considering a law so rabidly homophobic in so many ways, it's hard to fathom that it didn't come from Bryan Fischer.

GQ interviewed Herman Cain. Disaster ensued...

Chelsea Clinton
With only days left for the Congressional Super Committee to come up with a plan, things aren't looking that great.

I guess Chelsea Clinton really has grown up.

President Obama's main legislative victory, the affordable care act, is going to be reviewed by the Supreme Court.

There is tons of work to do to fight Minnesota's anti-marriage equality amendment.

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the news Republican "Flavor of the Week," NEWT GINGRICH!!!

There is a serious conflict of interest in the court case against scum-of the Earth-pedophile Jerry Sandusky.

Ruben Diaz
In last week's DoMA hearings, some GOP senators stated that giving benefits to same-sex couples is too expensive, ignoring the obvious fact that those same benefits are costing far more in going to the far more numerous opposite-sex couples.

Sometimes, you just have to revel in irony, especially when it's against New York state senator Ruben Diaz.

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