Tag Archives: The Daily Show

Meditating on the Arizona Shooting

While many are trying to directly connect the dots from rhetoric to action, perhaps the shooting in Arizona demands that we reflect on the climate of our society in a much more general, but complex, way.

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Queer and Queerer Ep. 3 – Men as Feminists, Political Outing, and Archie

Zack gives Peterson a ride to the train station and they decide to record another episode before his train departs! This week we revisit the topic that first came up in Episode 1 about whether men can be feminists or should just be pro-feminists. We also discuss the Tea Party threatened outing of Senator Lindsey […]

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Chatroulette: My First Spin

So, I wouldn’t be a very good social media correspondent if I didn’t try out the newest fad, Chatroulette. If you’re unfamiliar, you just chat with strangers on webcam and hit “Next” at anytime to connect with someone new. It’s definitely interesting. I decided to wear my “LGBTerrific!” shirt to see what kind of response […]

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The Daily Show Makes Fun of Christianity and Self-Victimization… Brilliantly!

You and I know that Christianity is the most moral faith. I mean, there are plenty of examples of devoted Christians who just epitomize strong moral values, whether they’re hiking the Appalachian Trail or advocating death to all the gays in Uganda. That is why I am appalled—appalled—that The Daily Show has now TWICE made […]

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Republicans Prefer Partisanship Over Gang Rape Victims?

I have always generally despised partisanship and the two-party system (Sorry Green, Independent, and whatever parties, you haven’t made the cut yet). I’m not sure that either the Democrats or the Republicans adequately represent most people in our nation. For many, it’s about choosing the party that is the lesser of two evils. Some people […]

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Don’t Wait On Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

In the run-up to this weekend’s National Equality March, Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell has become a hot issue. Just last night, Lt. Dan Choi was on Anderson Cooper with the offensively delusional Elaine Donnelly of the anti-gay Center For Military Readiness, Representative Patrick Murphy held a Special Order Hour in the House of Representatives where […]

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