A Birthday Present and Vacation – Constitutional Law Reading

So, for my birthday I have somehow convinced my wife to get me a Barnes and Nobles gift certificate so I can purchase a college text book on Constitutional Law – Constitutional Law: Principles And Policies (~ 1300 pages) and I have also somehow convinced her to let me take vacation next week so I can […]

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AFER Video Collage Covering the Journey Towards Overturning California’s Proposition 8

The American Foundation for Equal Rights (AFER) published a video collage covering the journey Towards overturning California’s Proposition 8. Please watch it. AFER 2009-2010 from American Foundation for Equal Ri on Vimeo.

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9th Circuit STAYS Judge Walker’s Ruling Pending an Expedited Appeal

California’s Appellate Court granted a stay on Judge Vaughn’s ruling pending appeal. This was, in my opinion, to be expected since this is such a high profile case and precedent setting case,  so nothing drastic there. However, there is some good news as far as this process is concerned as is covered here BREAKING: 9th […]

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Excerpt from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s letter from Birmingham Jail that is quite pertinent to todays gay-rights movement

In light of the ignorance spewed here by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s  niece, Alveda King, below, approved I feel compelled to publish the following excerpt while Dr. King rolls in is own grave in embarrassment and furious anger. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s letter from Birmingham Jail (more info at Wikipedia) that is quite […]

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California’s Proposition 8 Ruled Unconstitutional by Judge Walker

Holy thank God! =) As I fully expected, and if you followed the transcripts you will know what I mean,  California’s proposition 8 was ruled unconstitutional via Prop 8 Trial Tracker (full decision)! Judge Vaugh Walker dropped the big metal hammer of constitutional justice upon this sordid issue. Happy Days! Now the long process of […]

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A problem with conservative religions is that Dogma and tradition is more important than People

A major problem with many religions, especially conservative or fundamentalist religions, is that, for them, their dogma, tenets, traditions, and beliefs are more important than people. Following their tradition and teachings is more important than the harm that they cause. It is easy to forget that people are affected by your teachings when the teachings […]

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Let Constance Take Her Girlfriend to Prom

Linguistics Evolution and Geographic Isolation This post is brought to you by the letter “L” for linguistics. I have come to think about his because of my reading about linguistics. In linguistics it is thought that humanity’s languages all stemmed from a single language called Proto-Indo-European, and then as the tribes broke up and migrated […]

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Fundamentalist Christians Trying to Rewrite History Books in Texas… again…. =(

If you think that what I am about to write does not affect you please take a look at this quote: Texas is the nation’s second-largest textbook market and one of the few biggies where the state picks what books schools can buy rather than leaving it up to the whims of local districts, which […]

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Prop 8 Trial Testimony and Coverage

The more I read of the Proposition 8 Trial Tracker BLog‘s account of the trial’s testimony the more I believe that there is really no valid argument against gay marriage.  Their Questioning, and their expert witnesses are crushing the pro- Prop 8 people. It is a blood bath in there. The historical evidence supporting the homosexuality has […]

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