Some Early Voting will take place at County Court houses, please contact your local officials for polling hours and places. I'm doing it today...how about you?
Thursday, January 31, 2008
Some Early Voting will take place at County Court houses, please contact your local officials for polling hours and places. I'm doing it today...how about you?
Tuesday, January 29, 2008
Monday, January 28, 2008
The City of Little Rock 10-Year Plan Committee worked in 2005 and 2006 to produce the 10-Year Plan for the Homeless, which in Dec 2006 called for a Day Resource Center to be in operation in July 2006. It is not in operation. It has been repeatedly postponed. The Mayor, before the Homeless Coalition in early November 2007, said he hoped to have a Day Resource Center in operation in December 2007or in early January 2008. It is not in operation. It has been repeatedly postponed. The Mayor’s Commission on Homeless voted in November to move forward with a RFP – Request for Proposals – for an existing provider to run a Day Resource Center. The RFP has just been issued. The timetable promises more delay : Proposals Due by 4:00 p.m. February 13, 2008. Board of Directors awards contract March 4, 2008’ Why 3 weeks? ‘Contract negotiation begins After award’ Why negotiations? How long? Awardee has 30 days after Contract finalized? Could it be in full or partial operation any more quickly?
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Friday, January 25, 2008
CAR's 4th Annual Toma Mi Corazon (Take My Heart)
Silent Heart Auction and Authentic Tex-Mex Dinner
Quapaw United Methodist
1601 South Louisiana Little Rock, AR
6:00 p.m. Festivities begin with Dinner & Preview Party
7:00 p.m. Unique silent ART auction begins
Art auction admission is free
Tickets are $15.00 for adults and $5.00 for youth 18 and under. To obtain tickets call 501-244-9690 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Proceeds from this event support CAR's education, organizing, advocacy and cultural arts work. CAR works for Fairness & Equality for ALL Arkansans
Ignorance is vulgar and colorless. I am deeply insulted by the arrogant ignorance of those who excused (and continue to attribute) Bill Clinton’s vices to his being the “first Black president”. I am even more deeply offended by rabid Barack Obama fans who now dare to call the allegedly “Black” Bill a white racist.There is nothing exclusively Black about poverty or adultery. There is nothing uniquely racist about Bill’s successful white male presidential legacy. Those who are truly honest about politicians understand that character has no color. No singular race can claim any monopoly over ethics.I will vote for Hillary Clinton because she is the best person to become president. I choose her in defiance of shrewd, racist, and sexist Republikkkans who are PRAYING that Obama will be selected as the Democratic nominee.Republikkkans know that most American voters are white racists. They know that their party has been so fractured and poisoned, by the toxic legacy of President Select King Shrub/George W. Bush, that only strategically controlled racism can fashion mandatory triage in November.I believe that a vote for Obama is a vote for a Republikkkan president in November. I refuse to be a color blind co-conspirator in that nightmarish scenario…My ideal winning ticket would be Clinton-Obama. But, I doubt that wish will come true, because ego and sexism are both far stronger than pride and racism…
Wednesday, January 23, 2008
Tuesday, January 22, 2008
tion." Yet, in my opinion in order to make a viable choice we must take a hard look at the distinctions and track records to make a informed decison. Often that may take an ugly turn, but it's politics baby at it's rawest form. On the GOP front, John Mc Cain, continues to emerged from the pack with his SC win as other contenders continue to jocky toward Super Duper Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008. Ladies and Gentlemen, prepare yourselves because, it' ain't over till it's over. Get out the placards, man the phones, call a friend, volunteer or tune out. It's your choice America. How you participate is up to you, O.K.
“I think the radical view is to say that we’re going to change the definition of marriage so that it can mean two men, two women, a man and three women, a man and a child, a man and animal,” he said in the interview, published on the Web site Wednesday. “Again, once we change the definition, the door is open to change it again.”
Wednesday, January 16, 2008
National Convention & Me: Since we are talking politics and contributions, I wanted to update you readers on my quest to attend the Democratic Convention in Denver this Aug. Of course, I got to selected as a delegate first, but if I play my cards right we will get that chance. Anyway, the filing period begins Feb. 6 - 22, 2008 and I plan on getting my paperwork as well as fees in promptly. As everyone knows it takes benjamins to particpate and I will be launching a "chip-in" widget shortly to enlist your assistance with this endeavor. What'll ya say? Can I count on you to help make it happen? I know I can. Every donation will be appreciated. Stay tuned....
Welcome Back LRP: After a brief hiatus, the website LittleRockPride.com has resurfaced and refreshed it online look. The site features profiles, links( unfortuantely this blog seems to be missing?), ads and other items related to the GLBTQ community. According to a recent E-blast, "...It's more simplified, but you can read more about it on the front page of the site. It's not all the way finished and a few more things will be added, but we are back." I noticed a subscription to a newsletter is available and a soon to be completed calender. Congrats and Kudos to the proudcers and welcome back to the net. The more the merrier is our motto, but it also keeps us on our toes.
Tuesday, January 15, 2008
Visit health08.org for:
An interactive tool for side-by-side comparisons of the candidates' health care proposals allowing users to compare up to four candidates' positions on health care coverage, cost containment, quality of care, and financing.
Regular Kaiser polls examining the public’s views on health issues and perceptions of the presidential candidates on health care, as well as links to the latest polls by other organizations.
Syntheses of news coverage about health and the campaign, updated frequently.
Videos and podcasts from the campaign trail, including one-hour long presidential forums on health care, candidate speeches, interviews, and health-related highlights from forums and debates.
A calendar of events taking place around the country and links to studies and resources from other organizations.
To receive a free, weekly email highlighting the most recent additions to health08.org, sign up at www.health08.org/email.
Also visit statehealthfacts.org for the latest state-level health, demographic and economic data on states with upcoming primaries and caucuses. Get facts on the number of uninsured, health expenditures, SCHIP enrollment, state government tax collections and more.
OH Larry!: Admist all the hoopla with the current election cycle dominating the scene, we need another diversion and the ongoing saga of Larry Craig continues. It seems that embattled Senator Craig is adamant that his plea be withdrawn, even though the judge doesn't seem to having or hearing it. As well as, he is insensed at further swirling allegations published by the Idaho based newspaper, The Statesmen. "Like its previous coverage, these latest allegations are completely false and have no basis in reality," Craig said in a statement issued by his office. "In fact, the paper itself states that these baseless accusations contain no definitive evidence, yet they still decided to print them anyway." Craig who once said he would step down, has all but refused to do so, meanwhile his Capitol Hill colleagues are staying out of the fray. Talk about wide stances with staying power...Craig's got that Effie/Dreamgirl attitude of, " and I'm telling you, I'm not going!"
LGBT Families Ask Six Mega-churches 'Can We Talk?'
Rev. Jay Bakker, son of Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, to join "American Family Outing" to create dialogue between evangelical Christians and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender families.
I told you about my E-box being filled with info from everywhere, I wanted to share this Press Release concerning the LGBTQ communities mash up with religion. It's being offered here unedited and in context. Austin, TX (PRWEB) January 11, 2008 -- This winter, as the Rev. Joel Osteen graces the pages of People Magazine, the familiar image of the old-school, anti-gay televangelist is rapidly being replaced by a new iconography: a younger generation of mega-church leaders with upbeat and inviting messages. Unfortunately, while this generation's tone may seem less harsh, many of their mega-churches still enforce policies of exclusion and teach theologies that label Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people as sick, sinful, and in need of change.
An "American Family Outing" is taking shape in the spring of 2008 so LGBT families can talk with mega-church leaders and congregation members to share the message that justice for LGBT people is compatible with Christian teaching. Pot lucks, picnics and soulful talk are the order of the day as Soulforce, the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches (UFMCC), the National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC), and COLAGE invite churches to talk-the-talk so everyone is free to walk-the-walk.
Helvetica, sans-serif; TEXT-DECORATION: none" href="http://www.soulforce.org/" alt="Link to website">Homophobia and heterosexism directly contradict the principles of equality and justice for all God's children, and I think that the younger generation of evangelicals are beginning more and more to see this contradiction On behalf of the four partner organizations, Soulforce Executive Director Jeff Lutes has written letters to:
Rev. Joel Osteen and Lakewood Church in Houston, TX
Bishop T.D. Jakes and The Potter's House in Dallas, TX
Bishop Harry Jackson, Jr. and Hope Christian Church in Beltsville, MD
Bishop Eddie Long and New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Lithonia, GA
Rev. Bill Hybels and Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington, IL
Dr. Rick Warren and Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, CA"These pastors are part of a new generation of evangelical leaders in America," says Lutes. "We are calling on them and their congregations to demonstrate a new kind of leadership, one that models compassion and justice for all families, including families with two moms and two dads."
The letters inform each pastor that a delegation of families with two moms and two dads, as well as supportive heterosexual-parent and single-parent families, plans to visit each church. The letters invite their congregations to collaborate in creating opportunities for meaningful conversations. Over the next several weeks, staff from Soulforce, UFMCC, NBJC, and COLAGE will negotiate peaceful forums with members from each of the congregations.
Then, over the weekends between Mother's Day (May 11, 2008) and Father's Day (June 15, 2008), dozens of families with children will travel by air and by bus to engage in dialogue about faith, family, and the harm done by religion-based discrimination to LGBT families.
"It is difficult for mega-churches to claim to be progressive in the area of Civil Rights and at the same time deny the equal dignity and value of LGBT persons," said Rev. Dr. Ken Samuel, pastor of the 5,000 plus, LGBT-friendly, Victory Church in Atlanta, Georgia.
Samuel will join Rev. Jay Bakker, son of Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, as a clergy leader on the American Family Outing.
"Homophobia and heterosexism directly contradict the principles of equality and justice for all God's children, and I think that the younger generation of evangelicals are beginning more and more to see this contradiction," Samuel continued.
According to a recent Barna study of young churchgoers, 80% said Christians show "excessive contempt and unloving attitudes towards gays and lesbians."
Soulforce is a national civil rights and social justice organization. Our vision is freedom for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people from religious and political oppression through the practice of relentless nonviolent resistance. For more information go to www.soulforce.org.
The Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches (UFMCC) is an international fellowship of Christian churches with a special ministry to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
The National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) is a civil rights organization dedicated to empowering Black same-gender-loving, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people. The Coalition works with our communities and our allies for social justice, equality, and an end to racism and homophobia.
COLAGE engages, connects, and empowers people to make the world a better place for children of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender parents and families.
Monday, January 14, 2008
FrontRunners & Dropouts: In our last outing, I mentioned that many U.S. citizens have already tired of the current political slugfest that going on live and in color almost 24/7. So far the body count includes the drop outs Biden, Richardson, Tancredo, Vilsack, Brownback, Gilmore,Thompson, Dodd and this week the fallout should get higher after the Michigan primary. Meanwhile, those at the top of the heap, keep on heaping it on each other with negative ads, somewhat negative attacks, broad statements and those mysterious 527 groups who throw rocks on behalf of their candidates. Then, they staunctly deny that they represent them. It's the big top world of rock-em, sockem "Let's elect the leader of the Free World." If didn't register earlier this month, then you are just out of luck for the Super Duper Primary on Feb. 5. If you are poltical junkie or just want to see what the hoopla is all about, I would like to recommend a great site, http://www.squidoo.com/ Of course each candidate has his or her savvy site but this one has a bullseye on it including a Bill Richardson Diner clock for purchase. Oh well, Happy hunting....
Bouncing "O" get's Bounced: Talking about tounge waggin, it's Rosanne Barr's shooting from the hip Tah Tah while somewhat dissing Miss Oprah about her political juxtaposition to that other "O," Barack Obama. On her website, Barr takes OW to task and calls it like she see's it or sort of anyway. I guess since she has nothing else to do and no one is calling her for any serious work, she's got to do something with her life. She's entitled to her opinion and free speech just like everyone else. So take it for what's it worth and discuss it amongst yourselves. Here's a bit of her madness for your consideration:
Barack is an empty suit selling "hope" in lieu of Truth
Oprah helped to elect Arnold Schwarzenegger I have no doubt that she voted her purse by doing this, as she is a large land owner in California, and that ilk fears Dems because they do not want to pay their "fair share" of Cali tax.
- Oprah has given us Dr. Phil. If that was not offensive enough to decent thinking people, now she brings us Obama. He has no ideas, no plan and nothing to add other than the cynical pacification of the masses with bedtime stories about hope.?– Oprah, you play the race card and the gender card too.
- You are a closeted republican and chose Barack because you do not like other women who actually stand for something to working American Women besides glamour, angels, Hollywood and dieting!
- It is historical that Oprah beloved of women, chooses a flashy man with small credentials over a seasoned woman politician with 35 years of experience…and sells that to the female demographic who look to her for inspiration!
Stonewall Democrats Annnounce: The Arkansas Stonewall Democrats have announced their slate of nominees for 2008 to be elected at the 1.17.08 meeting, 6 p.m. at the Democratic HQ. The nominees are as follows:
President - Joe LaFontaine
Vice Pres - Brett Miracle
Political VP - Jada Walker
Secretary - Laura Luce
Treasurer- Cindy Kane
Bylaws - Heather Miles
CHAIR of Membership Committee: Jovan Haynes
CHAIR of Fundraising Committee: John Bangert
Guest speaker will be Jay Barth, TV political commentator and Hendrix Political Science professor.
Friday, January 11, 2008
Saturday, February 23, 2008 7:00 p.m. Clinton Presidential Center Great Hall
*Reserve your FREE tickets by calling 501-748-0419, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m
Saturday, January 26, 2008 12:00 Noon
800 Scott St., Little Rock, AR
Inside First Presbyterian Church
Admission is Free
Pepe N. Johnson from IntegrityInService.org. in partnership with the Center for Artistic Revolution, CAR will host a workshop concerning Don't Ask, Don't Tell.
Participants will discuss what Don't Ask, Don't tell is, how it affects the LGBTQ community - even those who have never served in the military - and what can be done to change it. The workshop is free. It starts at noon and lunch will be provided at the beginning of the workshop."
Former and current military personnel are invited as well as concerned non-military community members. Please RSVP to email@example.com or call 501-244-9690 so that a correct count for lunch can be made.
beginning Feb. 18, 2009, anyone who does not own a digital set and still gets their programming via over-the-air antennas will no longer receive a picture.
That's the day the television industry completes its transition from old-style analog broadcasting to digital. Confuse yet? Wait, there's more....
The converter boxes are expected to cost between $50 and $70 and will be available at most major electronics retail stores. The National Telecommunications and Information Administration has begun accepting requests for two $40 coupons per household to be used toward the purchase of the boxes.
Viewers who have satellite or cable service will not need a box. Yeah, that's where I fall, just more cash to be entertained by more needless channels that I don't watch or those multi-sports channels that feature "cage fighting" or other obscure sports that I'm not sure why they exisit.
To request a coupon, consumers can apply online at http://www.dtv2009.gov starting 1/2/08. The government also has set up a 24-hour hotline to take requests, 1-888-DTV-2009 (1-888-388-2009).
Congress, in ordering the transition to digital broadcasting, set aside $1.5 billion for the coupon program, which will fund 33.5 million coupons and other costs.
The giveaway basically works under the honor system.
The first 22 million coupons will go to all households that request them. That includes a residence that gets cable service for one television but has a spare TV that still uses an antenna, for example.
The rest of the coupons, however, are meant only for those who do not subscribe to a pay-television service. Maybe we could auction a Hope Katrina Trailer while giving away these coupons.
Thursday, January 10, 2008
Let me tell you about Emilo. He’s an articulate, sensitive, passionate, and fairly communicative man. His significant other, “Tank” (That’s his real nickname; he’s Black), is sort of a “tough guy”--and not as emotionally open.
The two have been a monogamous couple for a little more than three years now. According to Emilo, for about six months or so, Tank just hadn’t been his usual attentive self: infrequent romantic gestures, fewer surprise calls during the day, etc, etc. Tank also had forgotten a couple of important milestones in the relationship. My bud was beginning to feel taken for granted.
And as far as Emilo was concerned, the worst part was that their lovemaking had become less than inspired. He felt that somehow, a lot of the passion, zing, and intensity had been sucked out of the relationship. “Where the hell did it all go? What happened to the romance?” he groaned.
So, our conversation went something like this:
“Emilo, have you sat down with Tank and really talked about how you really feel?
“Uh, yeah. I mean, I’ve tried.”
“C’mon now, E! ‘I’ve tried?’ You need to do more than that!”
“Well, Wyatt, I’ve been afraid to put it all out on the table. What if he’s cheating?”
“Do you know that for sure? Papi, you’ve ‘gotta’ find out what the real deal is.”
(A lengthy silence.)
“Okay. Maybe it’s just work or ‘sumthin’. He does have the boss from hell.”
“But Wyatt, you know how Tank can be. Sometimes, it’s difficult for him to completely open up.”
“But E, you need to know.”
“’You’re right. I’ll sit him down and see ‘wassup.’”
Fortunately, he heeded my counsel. And come to find out, Tank had been severely stressed out at the job for quite awhile. And the good news: he wasn’t being unfaithful.
To “jump start” their “sitation” (situation), the couple saw a relationship counselor for several sessions. Best thing they could’ve done. If they didn’t know it before, they learned that a successful, effective relationship requires work (lots!), nurturing, compromise, patience, understanding…and romance.
Tank and Emilo then began to re-inject the romanceinto their relationship. I’ll share with you some of the “tactics” they employed to accomplish just that.
But first, what exactly is that “thang” called romance? Well, according to
L. A. Hunter, romance expert and author, it “is the creation of an atmosphere where he feels unconditional love and appreciation. You can turn down the lights, turn on the radio, take him by the hand, and ask him to dance in the kitchen. That’s romance.”
Hunter continued. “At that moment, he is the most important person in the world, and feels appreciated and loved.”
The expert added, “The passion and excitement he will be feeling for you not only manifest itself in sex but will also spill over into other aspects of the relationship. Sometimes it takes a few romantic encounters to get the best results—he may not be used to it, he may have been hurt by you and think you’re only doing it for sex. Hang in there, the payoff is within reach.”
Another romance expert, Samuel Stoddard, weighed in. “Being romantic is hard work. Some people think that romance is easy, that anybody can be romantic with very little work. This is not true.”
But hey, my “brothas”—don’t despair! Your man Wyatt is on the case. The following are suggestions from Hunter and Stoddard (some of the ones which Emilo and Tank used) as to how you can get your romantic juices flowing. (Afterwards, I’ll share with you how I flex my “romance muscle.”)
‘Aight.’ Here goes:
Give teddy bears. What a cute romantic gesture!
Turn the lights down low. Stoddard explains, “Candles are romantic. Sunrises and sunsets are romantic. Any kind of low light, you see, is romantic; hence, why dinner dates after dark are more romantic than lunch dates at noon.”
Do it up in RED, baby! Red is romantic because it’s the color of love and passion.
Don’t forget the background music. In order for music to be romantic, it must be too soft to hear.
Offer up some chocolates. “When you give a box of chocolates to your beloved, it says, ‘You could pig out on this tub of lard and bloat out to three tons, but you’d still be the apple of my eye.’ It doesn’t matter if it’s true—it’s the message that counts,” according to Stoddard.
Embrace impracticality. Bottom line—practical “thangs” just aren’t romantic.
Make it personal. It’s kind of romantic to buy a “mooshy” greeting card for your “boo”—but to be really romantic, you’ve gotta sign it.
You must remember birthdays and anniversaries. Need I say more? (Nah. Didn’t think so.)
Hook your boo up with a pet name. Stoddard says, “To be romantic, you have to call each other name carefully crafted to make yourself and everyone around you throw up.
Have an evolved sense of style. Like, try to be as suave and debonair as you can.
And probably most importantly-- Give of your time. One of the required and essential ingredients of romance is your time. Point, blank, period! There just ain’t no “gittin’” around it.
All of the aforementioned are part of the strategy I use to pump up my romance muscle.
Additionally, I’m a strong proponent and believer of effective communication. If the two people experience difficulty articulating their feelings, expectations, hopes and dreams to each other, their so-called “relationship” doesn’t have a ghost of a chance.
Since I’m pretty big on giving and receiving cards, I email/mail that special guy cards. Also, I slip one (always with a personal note and signed, of course!) under his pillow. Too, I might plant one in his briefcase.
And, if I’m really moved, I place a thong, a leather jockstrap, or some other type of sexy under gear somewhere in that very briefcase! (Yo—is it hot in here, or what??? Smile.)
Sometimes, during the work day, I email him an invitation to “get horizontal.” Then, there are my “nastee” voice mails. And, a trip to an “adult” store to check out
(and perhaps purchase) the latest items can definitely “rev up our motors”—if you catch my drift.
Now, let’s not forget just quietly kicking back together in the living room with a fire
burning, discussing the minutiae of our days, reconnecting with one another. This very well might lead to retiring to the candle-lit bedroom, which is of the perfect temperature, with just the right amount of incense wafting through—and with, say, Alicia (Keys), or Luther (Vandross), or Marvin (Gaye) and Tammi (Terrell) very, very softly crooning on and on about “luv.”
So, there you have it. Why not make “upping your romance quotient” one of your top New Year’s resolutions? You’ll be glad you did—on many different levels. The payoff is rich and well worth it. “Mos’ Def.”
Wyatt O’Brian Evans resides in Washington, D.C. and has written for news organizations including the Washington Post, Washington Blade, Imperious Entertainment, and American Politics and Metropolitan Washington magazines. His forthcoming novel is entitled, “Nothing Can Tear Us Apart.”
Tuesday, January 08, 2008
I know everyone is excited about the presidential election. It is an exhilarating time for Arkansas and for our country, but this is a very full election year and we have other things to focus on as well.
We must re-elect Senator Mark Pryor. We must re-elect Congressmen Marion Berry, Vic Snyder, and Mike Ross. We must hold on to our majority in the state legislature and elect more good Democrats to join them in their fight to help Arkansas families.
Enjoy following national politics. I know I’ll be watching to see what happens in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Nevada, and all the other early primaries. However, please keep in mind that the one thing we can truly affect is what happens here in Arkansas.
We will elect a president, we will carry Arkansas’s six electoral votes for our Democratic nominee, we will re-elect our members of Congress, we will retain our majority in the state legislature. This can happen only if we think and act locally. This is where you can make a huge difference in Arkansas’s political landscape.
Many of the Democratic County Central Committees and Democratic Auxiliaries meet monthly. This is exactly what we need you to do. For those of you meeting every month, thank you for staying organized and active. Keep up the good work. If you haven’t done so already, please begin reaching out to your local Democratic candidates. Invite them to attend your meetings and to speak to your members about what they want to do once elected.
Local politics are important. If the Democratic Central Committee in your county has not scheduled a meeting yet for 2008, we need you to get involved. Please plan a meeting as soon as possible. Please let the DPA staff know when and where you are meeting and what you need us to do to help you succeed.
We want to know what is going on in your county. Just send information to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (501) 374-2361 to bring us up to speed on your events.
I have a couple of other things for you to keep in mind as we move through this thrilling year.
Monday, January 7, 2008 is the last day to register to vote in the Presidential Preference Primary to be held on Tuesday, February 5, 2008. If you haven’t registered to vote, please do so immediately.
A few weeks ago, I mentioned that Mariah Hatta is coming on board as the DPA’s chief operating officer in charge of policy and procedure. She will be your point of contact for delegate selection, the filing process, and national convention. We are excited about the experience that Mariah brings to the party. Please feel free to reach out to her, as well as to Amy Kelley, with any questions you may have regarding these issues.
Every race is important to the DPA. We will elect Democrats from the White House to the County Courthouse.
Friday, January 04, 2008
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