Monday, May 7, 2007

Morning Sweep

Log Cabin Republicans announced over the weekend at their annual convention that Rudy Giuliani currently leads the pack of GOP hopefuls as their choice for President in the '08 elections.

John Amaechi, who spoke at the Log Cabin convention, admitted that he was surprised that Americans were overwhelmingly supportive of him when he came out.

The Daily Freeman from Kingston, NY provides one of the most comprehensive arguments for gay marriage put forth by a newspaper.

We'll blog more on this later, but a column in today's NYPost about support for marriage equality in NY brings up some interesting points--and one is totally inaccurate.

The New York Times looks at the new gay art movement (or moment).

More drama in the Anglican/Episcopalian internal rift over homosexuality, this time in Albany.

Same-sex couples in Iowa are challenging the constitutionality of the state's Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).

Connecticut's Supreme Court will hear a case brought about by a handful of couples who claim that civil unions are not providing them with the same protections as marriage--all while a marriage bill is also currently moving through the state's legislature.

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