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On Solid Ground: U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson Endorses Marriage Equality

Posted on 05 April 2013

TAMPA — On Thursday, April 4, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) announced that he has reversed his official stance on marriage equality, telling the Tampa Bay Times editorial board in a statement, “(T)o discriminate against one class and not another is wrong for me. If we are endowed by our Creator with rights, then why […]


UPDATE: U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson Endorses Marriage Equality 24 Hours after Florida Agenda Feature

Posted on 03 April 2013

UPDATE: On April 4, 2013, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) announced that he supports same-sex marriage. Read the complete story at: WASHINGTON, DC — Although a growing chorus of national law- and policymakers of both major political parties have voiced their support for same-sex marriage, Florida’s senior United States Senator, Bill Nelson, remains one […]

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Gibson ‘Les Paul’ Guitar Donated for “Dancing With The South Florida Stars” Charity Auction

Posted on 03 April 2013

WILTON MANORS — Gibson Pro Audio, manufacturers of professional audio and musical equipment, have announced the donation of an LPJ Series Chocolate Satin collectible guitar as part of the live auction which will be held during the “Dancing with the South Florida Stars, Season 3” fundraiser and event on March 8 at The Manor Restaurant […]


Broward GOP Chief Opposes Marriage Equality

Posted on 03 April 2013

FORT LAUDERDALE — Responding to a call from Broward County Democratic Executive Committee (DEC) Chairman Mitch Ceasar for him to endorse marriage equality, Broward County Republican Executive Committee (REC) Chairman Tom Truex said that the traditional definition of marriage suits him just fine. “I don’t want to seem alarmist,” said Truex, who was elected last […]


Slavery, Homophobia, and Other ‘Lost Causes’

Posted on 02 April 2013

I recently watched Ken Burns’ incomparable 1990 documentary series, “The Civil War.” I won’t spend a lot of time extolling its many virtues—as documentary, as American history, as unparalleled storytelling, as explanation for the causes-and-consequences of many societal issues with which we still wrestle, more than 150 years after that violent struggle began—other than to […]


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