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October 17, 2018

Story by Chuck TackettTULIPS “Look at the flowers.” Carol from “The Walking Dead.” Those of you who are “The Walking Dead” fanatics such as myself, I’m sure you recognize this line from the show’s character Carol, and the reason behind why she uttered these words. For those of you who are either not familiar or […]

After taking flak for remaining the only MLB team not to host an LGBT Pride Night, the New York Yankees organization changed the narrative on September 21st, 2018 by announcing details on a series of 2019 events that will commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. The Yankees’ commemoration, tabbed the Yankees-Stonewall Scholars Initiative, […]

HAPPY 50TH!! NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD With the month of October upon us, people’s minds are filled with thoughts of Halloween parties and which costumes they are wearing at those parties or clubs they will be going to celebrate that night. For classic horror movie fanatics such as myself, October is a magical month […]

‘I am proud to be who I am.’ – Anna Ayers A journalism major who’s a member of the Student Senate at Ohio University made headlines when she said she received hate-filled, homophobic death threats because she’s a member of the LGBT community. Now, she’s facing criminal charges for allegedly sending those threats to herself. Anna […]

The reality TV show has made many errors over the years. But this season it has shown refreshing respect, as Felix Shepherd can testify It has been 14 years since The X Factor first hit British television screens, and in that time the show has made its fair share of errors. In earlier seasons, the […]

The number of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender candidates running for office this year is higher than ever. But there is a partisan split among the nominees. The number nominated to run for Congress is four times higher than it was in 2010, a leading advocacy group said, spurred by greater social acceptance of sexual […]

Story by Chuck TackettKANSAS VALUES: PEOPLE POWER OR CORPORATION POWER Back in early August, Democrats in Kansas’s 3rd District elected Sharice Davids in our Primary to run against Republican Congressman Kevin Yoder in the General election in November to take his place in Washington D.C. Almost immediately Rep. Yoder with the help of big money […]

Story By Chuck Tackett CONSERVATIVE AMERICA’S TRAPPED BY DIVERSITY “Trump killed those people (Puerto Ricans) twice. One through neglect and oversight. And secondly, disgracing that they died at all. This is what death denial, this is what Holocaust denial, that is what all those denials syndromes are all about, killing the person twice. If they […]

Oct. 11, 2018, we will mark the 30th anniversary of National Coming Out Day. Nearly 30 years ago, on the anniversary of the National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights, we first observed National Coming Out Day as a reminder that one of our most basic tools is the power of coming out. […]

Story by: Chuck Tackett FELIPE ROSE: NATIVE AMERICAN LGBTQ ICON “Donna Summer was a precursor to Madonna. At the time of her death, she along with Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, and Madonna was working on a collaboration all dance album with other female singers she had a huge impact on.” Felipe Rose  –  Member, The […]


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