Power to the People

Editorial  It's been a long and tedious eight years, and on November 7, 2017, we will finally have a reprieve from the antics that are...

The insanity increases daily

  After a full year of the Donald Trump presidency I am no longer surprised by the lavish insanity of the White House. However, the...

The enduring use of the N-word

Commentary In this political climate hate speech is becoming common use. And there has been an up tick of the use of the n-word, even...

Coming out for truth and pride

LGBT History Month - guest commentary Most Americans are aware that we celebrate Halloween in October. But far fewer know October is also LGBT History...

A tale of two paintings

The most amusing thing in recent news is that the President believes he has a prized and touted Renoir, “Two Sisters on a Terrace.”...

July 4 “Independence Day” for whom?

Make America Great Again? This week we celebrate July 4th with rounds of festivities marking our nation’s 242 years of independence. Scenes of hyper-patriotism will be...

Random reflections on life in New Jersey

Casting Aspersions  We’ve arrived at yet another Pride Month, secure in the gay-friendly bubble of New Jersey. Yes, we have the highest taxes in the...

Resistance makes the difference

Editor's Letter The holidays are coming and I would love to make this a happy, feel good editorial and now I can, because at...

Why did Fox News distort the Chris Christie record?

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Fox News really does not like New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. The "fair and balanced" news network is so afraid of Christie in the upcoming 2016 GOP presidential primaries that they have begun to blatantly distort or ignore his actual record on same- sex marriage. Yesterday, Fox News attempted to paint Christie as a moderate compromiser.

White gay men are not the culprits gentrifying Harlem

Rev Irene MonroeIn New York City, building 1644 on Park Avenue is gone. So, too, is building 1646. On March 12th witnesses and residents of the area all reported hearing an explosion before the buildings leveled leaving plumes of dust where they once stood. Tremors from the fiery blast were felt more than a mile away. The night before the conflagration the smell of gas was detectable.