Thursday, May 31, 2007

Morning Sweep

Be sure to read the beautiful story of Thea Spyer and Edith Windsor, ages 75 and 77, respectively, who made good on a 40 year engagement and married in Canada last week.

California may soon have its first openly gay appellate court justice. Michael Nava--who is also Latino and Catholic--may get the nod from Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger sometime during the summer.

"The radical homosexual movement in the United States is a Jewish movement" says a website run by Chechen mujaheddin. Their "exhaustive list" includes everyone from Harvey Fierstein to Barney Frank.

Pride Buffalo is this weekend--Sunday, June 3--and the theme is "Happily Ever After, Legal or Not." Bryan James Whitley, Executive Director of Pride Center of Western New York, writes about the history of Pride and what it means to Buffalonians.

The British University and College Union says that it should be considered an act of discrimination for teachers to negatively characterize gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students.

1 comment:

J.Friedman said...

It always amazes me when there is an attack on the Jews. Lets blame the Jews for the radical homosexual movement. One can not comment on absolute stupidity. Maybe the Chechen Mujahideen can take solace in the fact that the Israeli Jews agree with them. Israeli jews will do anything to squash the gay movement including changing the Jerusalem “constitution” or basic law to ban all gay events. The Haaretz, the local Israeli paper has been reporting that the Knesset will vote on the Gay Pride Bill amendment shortly. Read
NPR MK pushes bill to ban gay pride events in Jerusalem

and from yesterdays paper,

Knesset to vote on bill allowing Jerusalem to ban gay pride parade