Monthly Archives: January 2014

Grammys 2014: The Best and Worst Moments


Kimberly Potts | Yahoo Music | January 27, 2014 It was all about the love… and the robot-helmeted Frenchmen who made off with the night’s biggest award. From Beyoncé and Jay Z opening the 2014 Grammys with a sizzling duet that … Continue reading

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Indiana House Divided On Gay Marriage Ban


Carlos Santoscoy | On Top Magazine | January 27, 2014 Indiana House members appear to be divided on a proposal to put a gay marriage ban in the Indiana Constitution. The House is scheduled to begin debate on HJR-3 on Monday.  … Continue reading

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Judge Ready to Rule in Virginia Marriage Equality Case


ARTHUR S. LEONARD | Gay City News | January 27, 2014 Responding to the January 23 announcement that the Commonwealth of Virginia will no longer defend that state’s constitutional and statutory ban on marriage equality, the federal district court judge presiding … Continue reading

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Project TAG Masked Mardi Gras Ball


The Project TAG Masked Mardi Gras Ball is the biggest event of the year. It will be held in the ballrooms of the Holiday Inn South Broadway. The date is Saturday March 1, 2014 6:30pm to midnight. This is a … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t We Having a Middle Class Revolt?


Robert Reich | RobertReich.org | AlterNet | January 27, 2014 People ask me all the time why we don’t have a revolution in America, or at least a major wave of reform similar to that of the Progressive Era or the New … Continue reading

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Obama’s NSA Speech Makes Orwellian Surveillance Patriotic


Michael Ratner | Truthout | January 27, 2014 President Barack Obama while speaking about the government’s surveillance practices during a news conference at the Department of Justice in Washington, Jan. 17, 2014. (Photo: Stephen Crowley / The New York Times)   When … Continue reading

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Sochi Mayor Says There Are No Gay People In His City


Cavan Sieczkowski | Huffington Post | January 27, 2014 The mayor of Sochi is under the impression that there are no gay people in his city. Anatoly Pakhomov spoke with the BBC ahead of the 2014 Winter Olympics and discussed how … Continue reading

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Disney Channel’s ‘Good Luck Charlie’ Introduces Lesbian Couple (VIDEO)


The Disney Channel just introduced its first-ever lesbian couple on the series “Good Luck Charlie.” As TV Guide pointed out: In the storyline, parents Amy and Bob Duncan (Leigh-Allyn Baker and Eric Allan Kramer) set up a playdate for preschooler … Continue reading

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The Williams Institute Welcomes the 2014 McDonald/Wright Visiting Chair of Law: Kees Waaldijk


The Williams Institute Welcomes the 2014 McDonald/Wright Visiting Chair of Law: Kees Waaldijk The Williams Institute is thrilled to welcome Kees Waaldijk as the 2014 McDonald/Wright Visiting Chair of Law. Kees comes to the Institute from the Hague Campus of … Continue reading

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TransCanada Natural Gas Pipeline Explodes Forcing Evacuations


CTV News | Reader Supported News | January 27, 2014 natural gas pipeline exploded in southern Manitoba early Saturday morning, sending massive flames into the air and leading to the evacuation of five homes. TransCanada Pipeline said in a statement … Continue reading

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