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Posted on March 1 at 10:32 a.m.
A ton of tax payer resources were used to find someone that wasn't missing. The public has a right to know what they paid for.
On Case of Disappearing Anchorwoman 'Solved'
Posted on November 25 at 3:56 p.m.
Thanks for the comments. For those interested in what else I have to say on the subject (or just a have a morbid curiosity) check out my blog at: http://do-not-get-me-started.blogspot...
Posted on November 20 at 11:54 a.m.
Loveforall is correct that it is about civil rights. I would disagree with him/her concerning "A civil right is not granted for a "behavior.""
Your religious beliefs are protected. And you chose those beliefs; you are not born with them. Further, the practice of your religious beliefs is protected. In other words, your behavior concerning your beliefs is protected.
But more importantly, California law protects people in a number of categories from discrimination, including sexual orientation. So, while we may disagree about the origins of sexual orientation, the state of California already recognizes sexual orientation as an inherent trait the same as race. And that is why Prop 8 will be overturned.