“If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom, go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen!” – Samuel Adams

Archive for July 16th, 2010

San Francisco Study: Monogamy Rare in Homosexual Relationships

San Francisco Study: Monogamy Rare in Homosexual Relationships

The appalling lack of monogamy in the homosexual community is well documented from a variety of sources including Psychology Today, homosexual researchers and publications, U.S. Census data, and studies in the United States, Canada and the Netherlands. Now the San Francisco Chronicle reports on a study from Center for Research on Gender & Sexuality at San Francisco State University which affirms what we already knew: monogamy in even “committed” homosexual relationships is rare.

Union Hires Non-Union Workers at Minimum Wage

Union Hires Non-Union Workers at Minimum Wage

Isn’t this just precious? The Wall Street Journal and Fox News are reporting that the Mid-Atlantic Regional Council of Carpenters union is hiring nonunion workers at minimum wage to hold protests outside Washington DC office buildings.

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee: We Won Vietnam War, Landed on Mars in 1969

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee: We Won Vietnam War, Landed on Mars in 1969

Rep. Shelia Jackson Lee (D-TX) is clueless on so many fronts, it’s hard to take it all in. She not only thinks the Tea Party movement is a sister organization to the KKK but also thinks Neil Armstrong landed on Mars in 1969, and now says that North and South Vietnam, though we don’t always agree with the North, are working in peace side by side.

Police: No Praying Allowed in Front of US Supreme Court Building

Police: No Praying Allowed in Front of US Supreme Court Building

The Alliance Defense Fund (ADF) says Maureen Rigo, a Christian private school teacher, went to the U.S. Supreme Court with her students. Outside the building, she and her students went over to one side out of the way and prayed. They soon found that, in front of the building where judges are charged with upholding the U.S. Constitution (including the First Amendment right to free speech and freedom of religious expression), prayer is not allowed.