The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts has ruled that an amendment banning gay marriage can be placed on the ballot if approved by the state legislature: “Monday’s decision frees Massachusetts lawmakers to vote on a constitutional amendment in a special session on Wednesday that would ban both gay marriage and civil unions. If 50 lawmakers in the state’s 200-member Legislature approve of the measure, it goes to a second legislative vote in 2007. If it clears that hurdle, it will be added to a 2008 ballot for a popular vote.”
Pope visits Spain, slams gay marriage once again: “According to human nature, it is man and woman who are made for each other and to give humanity a future.” Gays show the Pope there is more to human nature than he thinks.
Detaching: amazing new video of the Space Shuttle.
John Waters speaks in Ann Arbor: “Early in our career, we didn’t have any money to advertise. Before the films would open, we would tour with them, and I would come out in those days looking very much like a hippie pimp, and talk very seriously about nudist camp films and ludicrous kinds of films that no one was allowed to like in those days – especially at film schools. And then I would say, ladies and gentlemen, now I’d like to introduce the most beautiful woman in the world. And Divine would come out, pushing a shopping cart filled with dead mackerels and throw them in the audience…”
Former neo-Nazi skinhead and his victim spread story of tolerance in L.A.
POLL: Wisconsin residents evenly split on gay marriage ban.
A 40-second clip of the new Killers single “When You Were Young”.
Ricky Martin has sold his Beverly Hills mansion for a cool $18 million.