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  • The HomoCon Tipping Point: Why CPAC Was a Milestone Weekend for Gays

    02/23/2010 12:24:11 PM PST · by DesertRenegade · 139 replies · 1,801+ views
    Big Journalism ^ | Feb 23, 2010 | Bruce Carroll
    (excerpt) This moment at CPAC is even more important for the conservative movement as it happened at an important time when there is already a generational change going on in America. Boomers are fading, Xer’s are ruling, and Millenials are finding their way. Forty-eight percent of those who participated in the CPAC straw poll last week identified themselves as students. They are the future of conservativism. And they shouted down an anti-gay bigot. There will surely be other homocon-related clashes within the conservative movement, just as the Democrat Party has regularly used the gay community as pawns in their re-election...
  • Al Gore To Speak At OU

    02/09/2007 6:54:07 AM PST · by OKSooner · 38 replies · 713+ views
    NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -- Former Vice President Al Gore will address the topic of global warming next month at the University of Oklahoma. OU officials say Gore's lecture is set for March 1st at Catlett Music Center. Gore wrote "An Inconvenient Truth," the best-selling book about global warming that was made into an Academy Award-nominated documentary. He also penned the 1992 bestseller "Earth in the Balance: Ecology and the Human Spirit." The ex-VP also will discuss the issue at an invitational dinner at OU that evening. The public is invited to a free forum on global warming prior to Gore's...
  • N.C. job losses spur anger, fear in textile belt

    09/28/2003 4:52:22 AM PDT · by sarcasm · 25 replies · 241+ views
    Raleigh News & Observer ^ | September 28, 2003 | ROB CHRISTENSEN AND AMY GARDNER
    WILKESBORO --Tammy Johnson watched her job hauled out the door at Ansell Golden Needles, one of a dozen textile factories to shut down in Wilkes County in the past three years. Johnson, 34, made work gloves until February 2002. But before she left, she wrapped her machine in plastic. She helped crate it for shipment to Mexico. She even helped make training videos and write manuals for the people who would replace her. The ordeal made Johnson very angry -- not at her employer, but at the elected leaders she believes pushed her job out of the country. "Our president...