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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“Why I finally joined a church” – a Salon article

If any of these links are not dead, need correcting, or if you have recommendations please let me know. In Support of Esperanto More Casual How to talk ‘proper Kairdiff’ – in Esperanto (BBC News, Feb 2010) The ‘One Show’ does Esperanto (January 2010, You Tube Video) – really good coverage Excerpts from ‘Utopia in […]

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Theological Humanism? A solution to the divide?

OK, so I was reading a post on Prop 8 Trial Tracker where the following quote was rendered which spawned the creation of this post: There’s two lenses here. One’s a biblical world view and the other is basically more of a secular humanist world view and that’s why there never seems to be agreement” […]

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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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Uganda’s Death Sentence Legislation for LGBT Peoples and the “Christians” Who Counseled Them Towards This End

Read about it and you be the judge: Uganda considers death sentence for gay sex in bill before parliament (Guardian UK, November 2009) Uganda’s Anti-Gay Bill: Inspired by the U.S. (Time, December 2009) Taboos Silence Opponents Of Uganda Anti-Gay Bill (NPR, December 2009) Uganda’s bill to imprison gays for life is an outrage that should […]

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Finally, a Republican with his head on his shoulders – Theodore Olson

This article in Newsweek titled “The Conservative Case for Gay Marriage Why same-sex marriage is an American value” is written by Theodore Olson who is a prominent Republican lawyer that served under Bush and Reagan during their presidential administrations. He, along with David Boies, a prominent liberal lawyer, have taken it upon themselves to overturn […]

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Gay on Trial: Why more than marriage is at stake in the federal legal challenge to Prop. 8

The article Gay on Trial: Why more than marriage is at stake in the federal legal challenge to Prop. 8 (the American Prospect) has a great run-down on the current state of the gay rights movement especially in light of the famous lawyers David Boies and Ted Olson taking up the case. The only part […]

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New Examiner Article – “My faith (part VII) – Conclusion”

I have posted a new article for the Milwaukee Examiner titled “My faith (part VII) – Conclusion. In this seven part series I have tried to cover as thoroughly as possible the primary influences to my spiritual path so that you can see where I have come from and, potentially, to assist you to more […]

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New Examiner Article – “My faith (part VI) – The influence of Unitarian Universalism, Free Thought, and the ULC”

I have posted a new article for the Milwaukee Examiner titled “My faith (part VI) – The influence of Unitarian Universalism, Free Thought, and the ULC. Unitarian Universalism (UU) Assuming you believe in a creator at all, we Unitarian Universalists believe that there is only one creator regardless of your polytheistic or monotheistic leanings. We are all praying […]

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New Examiner Article – “My Faith (part V) – The Influence of Micronationalism and Esperanto”

I have posted a new article for the Milwaukee Examiner titled “My faith (part V) – The Influence of Micronationalism and Esperanto. Micronationalism and Esperanto are both apart of the civil activism facet of my faith. Micronationalism reinforced my political needs as well as fostering thoughts of globalization. Esperanto had a similar effect as well providing […]

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New Examiner Article – “My faith (part IV) – The influence of civil rights and globalization”

I have posted a new article for the Milwaukee Examiner titled “My faith (part IV) – The influence of civil rights and globalization. The issue that was the formative impetus for my exploration into my spiritual and, by extension, my political beliefs was the gay rights movement, which I have supported for a long time, although […]

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