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Op-Ed: Eureka! They Found It!

WASHINGTON, DC- JUNE 26: With at colorful White House backdrop, (L) Kevin Barragan and his partner Adam Smith celebrate the decision today as do Kelly Miller (with glasses) and her wife Lindsey Miller. The Miller's were married 2 years ago in Washington State where gay marriage was legal.The White House was lit in multi-colored lights tonight to honor the Supreme Court decision to allow gay marriage. Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

The ultimate irony is that the LGBT agenda is being pushed in the name of tolerance. Read More »

TV Review: Glee – “Heart”

Glee is a bit of fluff, taking matters of the heart lightly, and going for popular, rather than substantial, music. Read More »

Love and Marriage: Not Just for Men + Women

People who love each other ought to be able to marry. This is America; how can we deny anyone's rights? Read More »

Notes of a Hatriot: Thoughts on the Wrongest of the Right

The extreme Religious Right proves once agin why it is not at all conservative. Read More »

In Search of a Real Christian Conservative: Religious Bigotry Descends Upon Texas House Speaker Race

The worst element in the political process rears its head deep in the heart of Texas. Read More »

Advertisers Should Sell Products, Not Push Agendas

It's time to end the anti-male bias in advertising. Read More »

Freedom Of Expression at Ground Zero Is About More Than A Liberal Cause du Jour

Ground Zero mosque opponents are described as obstinate and bigoted. The mosque-builders and their supporters are even more so. Read More »

Dr. Laura Used Very Poor Judgment

Dr. Laura used bad judgment in handling African American woman who called for advice. Read More »

Book Review: The Help by Kathryn Stockett

African American maids dare describe to a white integrationist the outrages they suffer as housemaids. Read More »

Book Review: Saving Savannah: The City and the Civil War by Jacqueline Jones

Savannah, like so much of America, needed to be saved — saved from itself. Read More »