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Gay Marriage Constitutional Amendment Qualifies for Ballot in November

2008 The Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO — California’s Secretary of State says an initiative that would again outlaw gay marriage in the state has qualified for the November ballot. Debra Bowen says a random check of signatures submitted by the measure’s sponsors showed that they had gathered enough for it to be put to voters.…

LAT-Dana Parsons on Marriage Equality Ruling

Most people know how I probably feel about the Marriage Equality Ruling. And while I may still write my thoughts on the subject, I figure the thoughs of a heterosexual man who writes for the LATimes are also important to be shared. Same-sex marriage is no threat to society Dana Parsons May 17, 2008 Being a heterosexual male…

The (First) Battle of the Nguyens Is Finally Over

Yes, Orange County, the longest and possibly most bizarre election battle we’ve ever seen in our lifetimes has FINALLY come to a close. The California Supreme Court denied Trung Nguyen’s appeal. OK, so you don’t believe me? Ask Tomahawk at Red County. You know, I almost want to shed a tear or four right now.…