I realize I'm a little late in the game getting to this, but I think it's necessary to discuss a few things that are obvious to those who get their news from some places, and entirely unknown to those who get their news from other places.
As a crowd of republicans at a presidential debate loudly boos a gay solider, JH wonders: when are we going to figure out that nobody has the "right" to inflict hate on other people?... [More]
This one is pretty simple and straightforward. 34 words, three sentences, and the whole thing in a nutshell.
An ugly incident of homophobia in a San Francisco museum prompts the question: why do we think hate and bigotry is something anybody has a right to?... [More]
John "LowGenius" Henry takes another swipe at bigotry, this time with a couple of pointed observations and questions about anti-gay hysteria and bigotry.... [More]
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