News: DOMA’s Dems, Bradley Manning, Jerry Springer, Microsoft’s Move

CGorham  road Bradley Manning as an "unconventional revolutionary:" "In the gravityless world of the web, Manning could be all he wanted to be—gay, patriotic, and powerful, too… When the computer was turned off and his Army comrades returned, his superpowers disappeared."

 road Football player DeSean Jackson had some choice words for a "gay ass" radio caller.

 road Christopher Gorham, perhaps best known for playing Henry on Ugly Betty, has some serious guns.

 road South Korea hopes to digitize all school books by 2015.

 road Freshman Republicans in the House propose term-limit amendment.

 road Lesbian soccer team hits the pitch.

 road French LGBT activists arrested outside Russian Embassy in Paris while protesting Moscow's anti-gay pride violence.

 road Three in ten Americans think the Bible is literally the word of God.

 road The decline of real estate value has cost the American people $7.38 trillion.

 road Jerry Springer is prepared to pay Casey Anthony $1 million for a post-trial interview.

 road Here's a complete list of the 19 Democrats who supported Virginia Foxx's defense budget amendment that reinforces DOMA: Reps. Jason Altmire (D-​Pa.), John Barrow (D-​Ga.), Sanford Bishop (D-​Ga.), Dan Boren (D-​Okla.), Ben Chandler (D-​Ky.), Jerry Costello (D-​Ill.), Mark Critz (D-​Pa.), Henry Cuellar (D-​Texas), Joe Donnelly (D-​Ind.), Gene Green (D-​Texas), Tim Holden (D-​Pa.), Larry Kissell (D-N.C.), Dan Lipinski (D-​Ill.), Mike McIntyre (D-N.C.), James Matheson (D-​Utah), Collin Peterson (D-​Minn.), Nich Rahall (D-W.V.), Mike Ross (D-​Ark.) and Heath Shuler (D-N.C.).

TheVatican road The Vatican's representative at the United Nations, Archbishop Silvano Tomasi, disapproves of the UN's resolution supporting LGBT rights: "The resolution marks a change. It is seen as the beginning of a movement within the international community and the United Nations to insert gay rights in the global human rights agenda.” Yeah, that was the point.

 road Will News of the World's closing impact Fox News?

 road European tabloids react to News of the World's closing.

 road Atlantic City gets a new gay bar. Does this make you want to take a trip?

 road Tom Ford makes wide generalizations: "Americans are too fat. And in London they are starting to get fat too. So I have to say that if we have to talk about race system and nationalism, I find it refreshing that everyone Chinese is slim."

 road DOWNLOAD: Michelle Williams' new track, "Love Gun."

 road Um, it's about time: "Adolf Hitler is now formally persona non grata in the town of his birth. The town council in the Austrian village of Braunau has unanimously decided to withdraw honorary citizenship from the community's most infamous son, 78 years after the Nazi dictator was given the title."

 road Plane crashes in Democratic Republic of Congo, 127 dead.

AndrewLincoln  road Microsoft removed itself from Stephen Baldwin and Michael Lohan's Christian Values Network. Will Wells Fargo, Delta, Apple and other companies follow suit?

 road San Francisco's lawyers shoot down circumcision ban's language: "The city of San Francisco weighed in for the first time Thursday on a local ballot measure that would ban the circumcision of male children, arguing that the proposed law would be unconstitutional if it applies to Jewish mohels but not pediatricians and other doctors"

 road From Chicago: "Three teens are charged with a hate crime after making derogatory statements and threatening someone Thursday night near Millennium Park."

 road Here the unofficial trailer for season two of AMC's adaptation of the comic book The Walking Dead.