Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Morning Sweep

The New York Times editorial board writes that the anti-gay, anti-Hispanic murder of Ecuadorian immigrant José Sucuzhañay is “a reminder that bigotry can be deadly, not just to the groups intentionally targeted, but to anyone unfortunate enough to cross its path.”

The L.A. Times profiles a young gay Muslim woman from Queens seeking acceptance from her family.

As a follow-up to its cover story on the biblical case for marriage equality, Newsweek has a debate between a pro-same-sex marriage pastor and the anti-same-sex marriage vice president for public policy and research from the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission.

Time magazine writes on Ivy League schools rethinking their policy of banning ROTC from campus – a move made largely because of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy.

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