Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Morning Sweep

The ENDA vote in the House has been delayed and President Bush says he'll veto the bill, if passed.

Cornell University was awarded 4.5 out of 5 stars by Campus Pridefor its "LGBT-friendliness."

Oprah today will be taking a look at how gay people around the world are being treated.

One of our favorite LGBT blogger/activists takes a much-needed swipe at Perez Hilton.

Ben Smith writes about blacks and gays in South Carolina, referring to Obama's McClurken ordeal. And Queerty reminds us that Obama isn't the only one making nice with anti-gay community leaders.

I'm surprised that almost three days of massive Southern California fires have passed before we saw asinine (but expected) statements like this.

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