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Savvy Wicks

8 November, 2010 // 0 Comments

Alex Woodward at Gambit: Always crashing Whether the state decides to pursue the case, Louisiana still needs some serious, serious pedestrian safety reform. Lauren Smiley at SF Weekly: Wounded Pride Yet anyone who thinks gay teens raised in San ...

Clunky Caterpillars

5 November, 2010 // 0 Comments

Brad Lendon at CNN: Bark takes a bite out of crime (via Andrea) The study, being published in the journal Environment and Behavior, found that large trees tend to keep criminals out of residential properties while crime was higher on properties with ...

Contentious Xylophones

2 November, 2010 // 0 Comments

Hank Sims at The Journal: The Vote in the Hills Time moves more slowly up in the hills around northern and eastern Humboldt County, and political campaigns run more quietly. s.e. smith at The Sydney Morning Herald: Body blows to self-esteem The ...

Sour Doughnuts

28 October, 2010 // 0 Comments

Joel McNally at Shepard Express: Swooning for the Rich A lot of totally irrational forces seem to be swirling around the midterm elections this year. Alex Baca at Washington City Paper: Media Matters Wants You to Drop Fox Like It’s Hot ...

Flaky Figs

21 October, 2010 // 0 Comments

Michael Roberts at Denver Westword: Ken Buck spokesman pooh-poohs controversy over comparing homosexuality to alcoholism On Sunday, Ken Buck compared homosexuality to alcoholism during a nationally televised Meet the Press debate with Senator ...

Roaming Fenceposts

18 October, 2010 // 0 Comments

Carlito Pablo at Straight: Gay-bashing target Thomas Pope slams treatment by Vancouver Police Department A 21-year-old man suspects that the rude treatment he says he got from Vancouver police officers responding to a gay-bashing incident in which ...

Cascading Rumps

15 October, 2010 // 0 Comments

Jack Hunter at Charleston City Paper: The GOP’s Pledge to America is a joke When bailing out AIG, bolstering Medicare, or bombing Iraq, the GOP is not afraid to go big and bold in its effort to expand the size of government. But what about ...

This Week On Glee: Don’t Act Gay!

13 October, 2010 // 0 Comments

The driving force behind this week’s Glee was, evidently, the message that being gay in high school is a-ok, as long as you don’t. You know. Act gay. Between everyone harshing on Kurt for wanting to sing a duet with New Kid and Rachel ...

Waxy Woad

11 October, 2010 // 0 Comments

John Geluardi at North Coast Journal: Legalization’s Opponents In 1911, after years of scandal and high-profile corruption trials, California voters overwhelmingly approved one of the most rigorous ballot initiative laws in the country. Rachel ...

Squinting Carbon

27 August, 2010 // 0 Comments

Michael Roberts at Denver Westword: Police brutality: Were Michael DeHerrera and Shawn Johnson targeted because they’re gay? …there have been five incidents of police misconduct and brutality against members of the LGBTQ community in ...
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