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Annual luncheon celebrates local champions

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Opinion & News

Guest Editorial: Guardian of our constitution

Posted: October 12th, 2018 | Featured, Guest Editorial, Opinion & News, Opinions | No Comments

By William E. Kelly

Like most, I was absorbed by the Supreme Court Senate confirmation hearings. The testimonies of accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh and accuser, Dr. Christine Blasely Ford, were powerful. But the process witnessed was beneath the dignity of this nation. The accusations should have been tried in a court of law before ever beginning the approval process. Because they were not, the full unvarnished truths or reality of the recollections by accused and accuser are unlikely to ever see the light of day. Read More

Guest Editorial: Creep of the week: Brett Kavanaugh

Posted: September 28th, 2018 | Featured, Guest Editorial, Opinion & News, Opinions | No Comments

By D’Anne Witkowski

Well, gay sex was decriminalized in India, so that’s great news. For those of you saying, “Well it’s about time, India!” I’d like to remind you that the U.S. didn’t decriminalize gay sex until 2003 (Lawrence v. Texas, holla!). We’re also still arguing about whether women can be in charge of their own bodies and if black people’s lives actually matter. So, don’t give the U.S. too much credit here. Especially not while we’re staring down the possibility of Brett Kavanaugh becoming a Supreme Court Justice. Read More

Calendar: Oct. 12 – 25, 2018

Posted: October 12th, 2018 | Calendar, Opinion & News | No Comments

Ongoing events

San Diego International Film Festival-San Diego International Film Festival runs through Oct. 14. With a wide range of studio productions, features, documentaries, foreign and shorts, this festival is full of films for everyone to see. Tickets can be purchased in packages, with full festival entry or individual screening options. One LGBT film premiering this year is “Boy Erased” with Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe on Oct. 14. Full programs, tickets, packages, special events, “how-to fest” and actor forums all included. Read More

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