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Our friends at Madatoms have done it again: “Reason to Oppose Gay Marriage: Next people will be able to marry, goats, sheep, or the farm animal of their choice and make sweet, sweet love to them. Why You’re Wrong: No one needs to marry barnyard animals when they can still get their milk for free. What Your Argument Really Means: You don’t trust yourself not to marry an animal if the option was available.” Read it all
California budget problems: Ouchie! Ouchie! We’ll do ourselves a favor by taxing the state’s most popular weed. Conservative estimates run to over $1 billion in sales and excise taxes alone. Not to mention moving law enforcement and justice dept resources elsewhere. We’ll have more control over the movement of cannabis as well. Go to download page
We’re so proud to see a bold spirit like J Corey Davis taking on the “National Organization For Marriage” in Indiana. When this well-funded and highly-connected group held one of their rallies in celebration of narrow-minded bigotry, Corey sallied forth and demonstrated a different point-of-view that rose above the smallness of Patriarchy R Us. Way to go, dude, and thanks for including us!
Will Gov. Pawlenty (R) of Minnesota sign the “Purity of Marriage” Act? It’s hard to say, but I wouldn’t put anything past Mr. Pawlenty, who is clearly eyeing the White House in 2012 and hopes to do an end-run around populist Sarah Palin. See news story
By controlling and taxing this widely used recreational drug, California would gain $1 billion a year in sales taxes and excise taxes alone. Not to mention being able to free all the resources that now go into police and legal systems that must struggle with this unwieldy burden. A word to the wise: Who benefits from the “War on Drugs?” Commercial dope growers. Let’s stop giving all that money to criminal drug gangs and funnel it into parks, roads, and schools instead. Go to download page