Instead of showcasing the city’s evolvement into a cultural center since the 1963 assassination, it’s showing off it’s paranoia Every Dallas hotel room should have been booked this week for a celebration of the life of President John F. Kennedy on the 50th anniversary of his assassination in Dealey Plaza. Instead, the city has perpetuated [...]
No water for you. That’s the message the state of New Mexico delivered to Texas in a statement today, saying it will no longer allow the Rio Grande River to continue its course into the Lone Star State.
What’s wrong with Texas and the other five Southern states who refuse to grant benefits to spouses of National Guard members? If the state of Texas was a person, let’s say a man just to make it fun, he’d be on Dr. Phil trying to explain why he likes to get kicked in the rear [...]
I’ve decided being “smarmy” is in. Well, maybe it’s always been in, but I’m slow to catch on to fads.
We called them “Witch Hunts”, and in my three years in the Air Force, I had seen several of them and heard about many more.
If I had taken a different career path, I’d have more money and hair Somewhere along the career path I took a wrong turn because it’s obvious the broadcast journalists are the ones having all the fun. They’re all movie star gorgeous, and they get to engage in witty banter with one another about the humidity, hair [...]
Sarah Palin let loose a barrage of vitriol today against same-sex marriage proponents, accusing them of unleashing a wave of immoral behavior that has affected “the very dishes we eat on and the spoons our children use to to eat their cereal.”
Protesting a movie like ‘Ender’s Game’ just because of the author’s politics doesn’t make much sense Today, the film Ender’s Game opens on 3,350 screens across North America. It’s a sci-fi extravaganza with two Oscar winners and more than half-a-dozen more nominations among its principal cast and director, Gavin Hood. You’d normally expect to [...]
Working for a stellar LGBT publication is the capstone in a gay journalist’s career I clearly remember the moment I realized I’m gay. Years ago (OK, decades ago), I was sitting in seventh grade English class, feigning interest in the complexities of adverbs and the horrors of split infinitives, when it hit me. For months, [...]
The left doesn’t have consistent commitment to LGBT equality, while more and more Republicans are coming out in support of us Last week I staffed a booth at a local fair for IMRU, the LGBT radio show I co-host. We were collecting and recording stories — any stories that people might want to share about [...]