Dale Carpenter

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OutRight: How Revolting

Marriage is a conservative social institution. The best argument for gay marriage is rooted in a conservative idea that marriage…

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OutRight: California’s Potential

So the California Supreme Court did it. In an extraordinary, sophisticated, and far-reaching opinion, the court held (1) that the…

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OutRight: A Hope for Audacity

Who's better for gay equality, Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama? The answer depends on a consideration of three main factors:…

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OutRight: Gay Rights and Gun Defense

Though it's gotten very little attention in the gay press, an important case affecting the lives of gays and lesbians…

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OutRight: A Failing Mid-term Grade for the Dems

A year ago at this time there were high hopes among gay activists for the new Democratic Congress. They were…

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OutRight: The Perils of Paul

The primaries and caucuses for the 2008 presidential race loom, so what's a gay Republican to do? For many, the…

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OutRight: Thanking Frank

On November 7, the House of Representatives passed the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). The vote was 235-184, with 35 Republicans…

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OutRight: Check the Numbers

In the recent debate over ENDA, it has frequently been said that “the community” solidly opposes the first-ever federal gay…

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OutRight: At What Price, Full Inclusion?

Should gays wait for civil rights until transgendered people can be included? That's the question in the recent controversy over…

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OutRight: Propaganda, More or Less

Sicko, Michael Moore's indictment of America's healthcare system, proposes healthcare for all. Free treatment. Free drugs. All provided by the…

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