As COVID-19 dominates the headlines – and it should- what would have been the breaking or big news? For example, PG&E pleading guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter in the Camp Fire case, this would have been a news-heavy week even without the coronavirus stories that dominated headlines. Judicial Commission recommends removal of Sullivan … More Some News that the COVID-19 Pandemic Upstaged
Cameroon’s Anglophone crisis has turned into a full-scale propaganda war. The return of 78 kidnapped schoolchildren this week has led to an exchange of allegations between Cameroon’s government and Anglophone militant separatists claiming the other side was responsible, reports Amindeh Blaise Atabong from Yaoundé. Meanwhile, TV journalist Mimi Mefo Takombo has been detained indefinitely by … More Africa Brief – Tanzanian Gay Hunt, Cameroon Turmoil, Expat Somalis Win U.S. Elections and More…..
Cameroon is not an ideal place for journalists to thrive in, due to laws that constantly threaten their freedom and independence, a recent report by a media rights group has said. Imagine that! The 2018 Press Freedom Index released by Reporters Without Borders said Cameroonian authorities have imposed a climate of fear and self-censorship on … More Some News Americans May Not Be Interested In
Africa is alive and well and the news is plentiful. Here is a summary of a fraction of the reporting from the vast continent and its 54 countries – and some select details , as well as a link to a column – “Why is Science Fiction White?” F A M I N E – 20 million … More Americans You May Have Missed this News from Africa
GOP Gay Presidential Candidate Calls on Romney, Santorum, Gingrich to Renounce NOM Pledges March 30, 2012 See Maggie Gallagher try and Defend her Race Baiting By Melanie Nathan, March 30, 2012 TOWSON, MARYLAND – In a speech at Towson University last night,openly gay Republican Presidential candidate Fred Karger issued a challenge to three of the … More GAY U.S.A BLOG NEWS UPDATES
by Melanie Nathan, Dec 27, 2011 Just sayin’…. San Francisco is a hot-bed for LGBTQI activism – we know that! Its history amazes and amuses, it is queer personified and its is eclectic till the next ‘Big One’ and then eclectic again. It rises above ashes and ruins and it tumbles down and comes … More Predicting the Streets of San Francisco
I wrote this for LGR BLOG today: In your acknowledgment herein-below of our de facto existence is it not time to equate with more than a mere nod, with our de jure rights?lezgetreal.com, Please Mr. President No Mere Nods – we have our Vehicle to Repeal DOMA Now!, Sep 2009 You should read the whole … More reBlog from lezgetreal.com: Please Mr. President No Mere Nods; we have our Vehicle to Repeal DOMA Now!