Tag Archives: Gay rights

Banning gay marriage == banning love

By | November 11, 2008

There’s no secret that I am a huge Keith Olbermann fan. His Special Comments are always insightful, even though they are also kinda pompous and arrogant. But this is one of the first (that I can remember) where he is emotional instead of angry. Olbermann speaks with feeling and humility directly to those who oppose… Read More »

Reverend Ted Haggard lost on the banks of the river Denial…

By | February 9, 2007

The DenverPost.com reports that Ted Haggard is awash in Denial: The Rev. Ted Haggard emerged from three weeks of intensive counseling convinced he is “completely heterosexual” and told an oversight board that his sexual contact with men was limited to his accuser. Rev. Haggard, this is reality calling. Please face the facts: You Are Gay!… Read More »

Not surprisingly, Colorado voters are split on gay marriage/civil unions

By | November 2, 2006

So now I probably should’ve expected this: Colorado voters are of two minds regarding marriage equality (via 9news.com): A new poll shows Colorado voters want to define marriage and, at the same time, allow same-sex couples to become domestic partners.Amendment 43 wants to change the Colorado Constitution to define marriage as between a man and… Read More »