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Is Austin Unique in Having No Medical School?

The City of Austin should never have turned over the operation of Brackenridge Hospital to Seton! Hospital administration could have been reformed and kept 100% public! When this happened in the early to mid 90s, employees weren't told they were fired - their equipment was turned off remotely.  (Jul 6, 2012 | post #1)

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Election Poll, June 2012 - Austin, TX

He's the best option and Romney would wreck the country in cahoots with a Republican Congress. If you think 2008 was bad, a Romney/Republican 2013 would be far worse!  (Jun 22, 2012 | post #4)


Uganda says gays now free to meet

Well, now, isn't that just so civilized of them! Saying that any group can meet when there's a history of hostility toward that group. Simply precious!  (Jun 22, 2012 | post #3)


NOM Desperate To Show "Cogent" Marriage Argument To Obama

Crakca's favorite book: Mein Kampf  (May 28, 2012 | post #12)


NOM Desperate To Show "Cogent" Marriage Argument To Obama

If there were a cogent argument about denying same-sex couples, shouldn't the anti-equality people have presented it before now? Seems like they're still a day late and a dollar short!  (May 28, 2012 | post #2)


City official consults Ouija board before voting to name ...

The only Long Island I care for comes in a tall glass!  (May 23, 2012 | post #11)

Austin, TX

Obama-Marriage - Austin, TX

It's only fair and reasonable. There is no rational basis for denying marriage to same-sex couples. Anyone who tries to argue this is a slippery slope toward bestiality or polygamy simply isn't qualified to participate in this debate!  (May 16, 2012 | post #3)


Virginia GOP challenges gay judge nominee Tracy Thorne-Be...

Apparently, Virginia ISN'T for lovers!  (May 14, 2012 | post #3)


Advocate Bookshelf: The Origins of Sex, Bullying and Fear...

Perhaps you should be tested - the large number of pollutants and carcinogens found in the Houston area (not far from Katy) could cause immunological problems.  (Apr 28, 2012 | post #10)


Advocate Bookshelf: The Origins of Sex, Bullying and Fear...

Those symptoms are also common in any other immune or endocrine system illness - what's your point?  (Apr 28, 2012 | post #9)


2 US men arrested on gay cruise in Caribbean

When a cruise ship is docked at any given port, the laws of the country in whose waters or at whose facilities the ship is located apply. Even when a ship is docked in Galveston, Texas, state laws re: liquor on Sundays apply. As the old saying goes: "When in Rome do as the Romans do."  (Mar 22, 2012 | post #15)


Iraqi gay and emo communities in fear of death squads, at...

There are Christians just as stuck in the Stone Age as fundamentalist Muslims are. Christians are just better about hiding the more treacherous aspects of their beliefs.  (Mar 13, 2012 | post #4)


'Emo' killings raise alarms in Iraq

Actually, Iraq has been the center of at least two world civilizations I can think of offhand: Sumeria and Babylonia. The problem may well be with the current religious system there. Even under Saddam, I understand there was a thriving underground gay scene at least in Baghdad.  (Mar 11, 2012 | post #2)


Pope denounces 'powerful' gay marriage lobby in U.S.

So says the man who wears a dress all the time and surrounds himself with an exclusively male coterie who also wear dresses, chant, and sniff perfume.  (Mar 9, 2012 | post #80)

Top Stories - Iran

AP source: Israel will keep US out of the loop if it deci...

One would hope that the US would maintain surveillance in the region so an Israeli attempts at an information blackout fail. Iran has been open about its nuclear program - far more so than Israel about its program. Iran is a member of the IAEA; Israel isn't. That tells you who's more reliable and trustworthy!  (Feb 28, 2012 | post #1)

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