So Proud of My Buddy Rog

I’ve always known Roger was a terrific painter, but this new composition just blows me away.

You can see Roger’s portfolio here, and below are a few more of my favorites. 

NOMsense, plain and simple (minded)

NOM has filed an amicus brief with the 9th Circuit arguing for Prop 8.  They call it “dynamite.”  I call it a mess.  I’ll leave the legal analysis to the lawyers, but I have to point out some of the worst bits of logic or my head will explode (hey, maybe that’s why it’s “dynamite”).

One […]

Andy Shirvell Expands the Circle of Crazy

Crazed, sad, anti-gay Andrew Shirvell is continuing his public emotional meltdown.   Andrew, you’ll recall, is the Michigan assistant attorney general pursuing an insane vendetta against openly gay — gay, I tell you, gay! — University of Michigan student body president Chris Armstrong.  Now Andrew has broadened his rage to include the TV reporter who […]

Republicans Give Jon Stewart a Gift

But Stewart and his team go above and beyond in making the most of it.

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
Mon – Thurs 11p / 10c

Beware: Journalists Reporting on Science

You’ll be hearing our opponents trumpet a new article from the UK Guardian. The headline reads:

1.5% of Britons say they are gay or bisexual, ONS survey finds

The article messes things up pretty fast. Here’s the second paragraph:

The findings, based on interviews with more than 450,000 people – the biggest pool of social data after the […]

You're Americans. Act like it.

From Salon.com.

A Modest Proposal (by Peter Barber Gallagher-Sprigg)

I’ve been awfully busy the last week or two, so I’ve asked Peter Barber Gallagher-Sprigg to pen a guest column.  I haven’t got time to review it, so I’m just posting it as written.  Enjoy!

A Modest Proposal
by Peter Barber Gallagher Sprigg

Children have a right to a mother and a father.

That’s uncontroversial, right?  Any […]

NOM's Strategy of Hypocrisy, Part 2: Religious Freedom

We’ve already seen that one of NOM’s favorite claims — that they’re protecting voters’ rights — is just a deceitful pose.  NOM has another argument:  They defend religious liberty against intolerant gays.  Let’s see if that one holds up any better.  [SPOILER ALERT: It does not.]

The argument is tough to analyze — it changes based […]

Mmmm.

Bogle Old Vines Zinfandel 2008. Yum.

More on Andrew Shirvell

I just called the Michigan Attorney General’s office about Andrew Shirvell. I asked:

I’d like to know what Attorney General Cox is planning to do about one of his staff members stalking a college student and making false accusations of criminal behavior.

I got sent up a chain of representatives, the last of whom took my […]