How Much Does it Cost for HRC to ‘Blast’ Something?

From Metro Weakly:

In yet another anti-LGBT move this year, lawmakers in the North Carolina House of Representatives pulled a sneak attack through an amendment that would strip away the ability of local municipalities to enact ordinances prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.

The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) blasted the last-minute amendment and called upon lawmakers to reject the bill.

“Fair-minded North Carolinians should be outraged at this despicable attempt to strip away local control and deny municipal governments the ability to pass nondiscrimination protections for their LGBT residents and visitors,” said HRC President Chad Griffin. “We urge the North Carolina Assembly to reject this outrageous attack on LGBT North Carolinians and their families, and we urge Governor Pat McCrory to come out strongly in opposition to this disgraceful legislation.”


That’ll teach ’em!

I can hear the North Carolina Legislature withdrawing the bill now – and all without anything being done that will detract from Chad Griffin’s salary!

Everyone’s a winner!

Well, everyone who is anyone…

on Rhode Island Avenue.

American Theocracy

From Raw Story, something so disgusting that Kim Davis almost seems insignificant by comparison:

An Albuquerque, New Mexico mother was ordered by a judge to attend sessions with a Christian counselor or face contempt of court charges and lose custody of her children.

That Sound You Hear is the Married Millionaires of Gay, Inc. Standing Frozen Like Deer in Headlights, Shocked – Shocked I Say! – At All of These Ordinance-Preemption Bills

From The New Civil Rights Movement:

Copying language from a bill that recently became law in Arkansas, and one that recently failed in West Virginia, Republican State Rep. Rick Miller last month filed a bill that would ban all cities and towns from passing or enforcing any non-discrimination ordinances that extend protections to classes of people the State of Texas does not currently protect.

The bill targets the LGBT community. There are about a dozen municipalities across the state that have ordinances which extend protections in various forms to LGBT people, including Austin, Dallas, Ft. Worth, and most recently, Plano. The bill, should it become law, would make all those non-discrimination ordinances “null and void.”

But, assuming it passes, and the likelihood of the current Texas Legislature not passing it is along the lines of HRC actually ponying up the reparations it owes to trans people, come June, all of those LGBs who don’t need – and, if forced to be honest, probably never wanted – nondiscrimination ordinances will have their marriages.

LGBs and Ts who actually have to worry about such things as jobs will have….

I Wonder if Writers and Aspiring Politicos Who Have No Problem With the Sarah Silverman Video Have No Problem With This

Received in my snail mail recently:



Now, for those outside of Illinois, the male face superimposed on the female body is (I presume) that of Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan.

And for those who can’t make out the text, here is the snail mail address of the dark money, Citizens United-enabled entity that inflicted the item on my residence:

Liberty Principles PAC
505 N. Lake Shore Dr., # 516
Chicago, IL 60611

Now, here’s a funny little aside about ‘one party rule’ in Illinois: When Olivia Newton-John’s “Physical” was on the charts, Illinois had a Republican governor – and, in fact, for 30 of the 34 years from 1969 to 2003, Illinois had Republican governors.  And, from 1992 through 2003, Republicans controlled the Illinois Senate – and during two of those years they controlled the House as well.

But lets get back to the image on the above item – which was sent through the U.S. Mail….

Trans issues have nothing to do with the item. They just don’t.


So we’re not supposed to be pissed off anyway?


Terrorize trans kids, apparently.

I have a story that will be coming out sometime this month. The story comes from several hours of interviews I did with members of the Lesbian Avengers. They told me about what happened to their group back in 1999, when a mob of violent Michigan Womyn’s Music Fest (MWMF) TERFs held a trans kid against her will and threatened to murder her.

Cristan Williams has some details posted and apparently has some more to come.

No More Perhaps

Even if the Philadelphia gay bashers are not one-percenters by asset, at least one of them is a one-percenter by arrogance:


Knotthead is the woman (I wonder if the radphlegm trans-exterminationists are going to try to claim that she must be trans; after all, only ‘men’ are violent, right?) among the three people charged.

Arrest warrants have been approved for Philip Williams, 24, Kevin Harrigan, 26, and Katherine Knott, 24, all of Bucks County, according to the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office.

Each is charged with aggravated assault, simple assault, recklessly endangering another person and criminal conspiracy.

On Tuesday night, Action News asked Lt. John Stanford why police didn’t arrest the suspects immediately.

“Well, it’s a situation of which the attorneys made communication with us to bring the clients from the first place, as a courtesy[“]

Damn.  She must be a cop.  That almost sounds like the special treatment that Ferguson, Missouri police thug Darren Wilson is getting from the St. Louis County authorities.

Action News has confirmed suspect Kathryn Knott is the daughter of Chalfont, Bucks County Police Chief Karl Knott.

Close enough.

Arrogance never falls too far from the tree – whether by money or by badge.

Perhaps Now Slick Rick Should Also be Indicted for Criminal Libel


From the ever-so-Republican-leaning Houston Chronk:

A tweet mischaracterizing Gov. Rick Perry’s indictment was sent Sunday evening from his personal account, setting the social network abuzz and leaving his critics fuming. A few hours later, the message was deleted, with his account calling it “unauthorized.”

Unauthorized, eh?


Lehmberg did not indict Perry. She and other officials in solidly Democratic Travis County recused themselves from the case against Perry. Bert Richardson, a Republican judge from Bexar County, appointed San Antonio lawyer Michael McCrum to serve as a special prosecutor. McCrum brought forth charges against Perry, and on Aug. 15, a Travis County grand jury handed up an indictment alleging Perry abused his official capacity and coerced a public servant.

Although the tweet came from Perry’s personal account — as opposed to the ones run by his staff — it was unclear Sunday evening whether he actually sent it out. The governor was reportedly preoccupied working the crowd at McLane Stadium in Waco as Baylor’s football team played its first game there.

At this point the only question remaining is: Will Fox ‘News’ will let its viewers decide whether or not Slick Rick was wearing a tan suit while (allegedly) not authorizing the tweet while at the game?