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Pounding the Pavement in Primary Season: It’s Obama Time!

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Hillary Talk, Not Gender Talk, Not Frank Talk

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In the past week or so I’ve noticed increasing heat (see also: infighting) from the supporters in the GLBT Clinton camp. Tuesday they pointed towards Hillary Clinton’s “fully inclusive” ENDA statement as a sign that Hillary is a more GLBT inclusive candidate than Barack Obama. I unexpectedly found an example of this kind of rhetoric…

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Freak Of The Week: The Tabloid Media

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Give ’em an act with lots of flash in it And the reaction will be passionate Give ’em the old hocus pocus …. Give ’em the old three ring circus” — Richard Gere as Billy Flynn in the song “Razzle Dazzle” from the movie “Chicago” What the hell is up with being trans? Seriously, why…

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Who Needs Truth When There’s Revisionism?

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Just when you think you’ve heard it all …. Just a couple weeks ago, President George W. Bush let loose what we in Texas parlance (at least among polite company) term “a whopper” (no, not the hamburger). First he went on news saying how we needed to get more results from Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri…

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Do It for the GOPper: Republican Presidential Politics Plays to the Faithful

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While the Dems got through with their debates a week back, in the interest of fairness it behooves me to at least give the GOPpers a report with regards to Trans America. Two weeks earlier, they had their first network debate with all candidates currently declared (Fred Thompson is not one of those) in Iowa;…

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Transactivism, For Your Eyes Only

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“A Town hall meeting is an informal public meeting derived from the traditional town meetings of New England. Similarly to those meetings, everybody in a community is invited to attend, voice their opinions, and hear the responses from public figures and elected officials, although attendees rarely vote on an issue. In today’s heterogeneous communities with…

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