Thursday, November 15, 2007

Morning Sweep

California's Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments in the case that will determine whether or not the state's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.

Controversy has arisen at the University of Virginia, where a line from one of the school's traditional songs that says "where all is bright and gay" has been changed by students to say "where all is bright and NOT gay" when singing at football games.

L.A. Lakers coach Phil Jackson got an NBA reprimand and a finger-wagging from GLAAD for making a joke about Brokeback Mountain when explaining his team's poor performance in a recent game. He has since apologized.

An openly gay man is one of the candidates in London's mayoral race.

The Democratic National Convention is opening its doors to a limited number of political bloggers.

Rudy Giuliani has a new ad out that has him showing/telling how he saved New York City.

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