Thursday, October 25, 2007

Morning Sweep

The Pride Agenda talks to Gay City News Editor Paul Schindler about 2008 election strategies.

A Fort Worth, TX councilman uses anti-gay tactics to try to get a fellow Republican elected.

Sweden moves closer to legalizing gay marriage and Austria moves towards a "civil partnership" law.

Barack Obama--in an effort to appease gay voters--added a gay clergymember to his South Carolina gospel tour in order to offset the furor caused by including anti-gay gospel singer Donnie McClurkin.

A group started by black leaders is working to build support within the black community for same-sex marriage.

It's not often that a Democrat from San Fransisco provides what ends up being the crucial vote to confirm a racist and anti-gay federal judge, but that's exactly what Senator Diane Feinstein did.

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