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Audition: Teacher Type Against Maine Marriage Equality (Video)

A couple of days ago, Jim Stiles of Stand for Marriage Maine put out the call for an actor willing to pretend to be a “real Maine” “teacher type.” Auditions are being held on September 2 at the South Portland Howard Johnson for a TV advertisement to air before this fall’s vote in Maine on […]

TV Ad: Working Waitress Type Against Maine Equality (Video)

The call went out yesterday from the anti-gay group Stand for Marriage Maine: SMM needs an actress willing to pretend to be a “working waitress type” and read a script explaining why waitress types in Maine should vote to ban marriage equality.

I’ve always thought I was the working waitress type. Unfortunately, I can’t be […]

Congressman Moran Says You Can't Get It Up On TV

The Families for ED Advertising Decency Act has been sent off to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, but as for a full vote on the floor of House of Representatives, well, Congressman Moran can’t seem to get it up there. […]

Please Don’t Trash Your TV

If you don’t feel strong enough to put that television into storage, why donate it, maybe to your local school district? […]

Please Don't Trash Your TV

If you don’t feel strong enough to put that television into storage, why donate it, maybe to your local school district? […]

You Say You Don't Have Time?

You say you don’t have time to get involved? Bull. Non-Baby Americans watched almost 5 hours of televison per day in the last few months of 2008. […]

Lack of TV Is Not Suffering

I don’t worry about the suffering that will result if some people have to go for a few weeks without watching TV. In fact, they might get some benefit from the break. […]