On Friday, Tame Impala stopped by "Later... With Jools Holland" once again. Watch them perform the Lonerism highlight "Feels Like We Only Go Backwards". Check out the band's Pitchfork.tv Log Cabin Session performance of "It Is Not Meant To Be":
A long lost package has arrived, and oh, the old silk log cabin blocks! Thank you so much Sharon, but I have lost your email address ( a storm internet calamity that has to do with a not so smart...
On Monday, we reported on The Log Jam, a web series by comedian John Loos about three conservative lonelyhearts who drown their sorrows at a local gay Republican bar. The response was mixed, predictably—with some readers finding it humorous and others taking offense at its jabs at the gay GOP. Among those who posted on [...]
Last night, Tame Impala stopped by "Later... With Jools Holland". Watch them perform their Lonerism single "Elephant" below. (The current video is unlikely to work outside of the UK.) Check out the band's Pitchfork.tv Log Cabin Session performance of "Feels Like We Only Go Backwards":
Imagine you're sitting in a log cabin in the middle of Alaska. It's the middle of January, when temperatures routinely dip to 40 degrees below zero. It's 5 p.m. and pitch black outside.
Pitchfork.tv recently met up with Tame Impala for a series of in-studio performances called the Log Cabin Sessions. Here we've got their versions of "Feels Like We Only Go Backwards" from their excellent new album Lonerism and "It Is Not Meant to Be" from their debut Innerspeaker. Show More Summary
In endorsing anti-LGBT Mitt Romney earlier this year, a spokesman for the Log Cabin Republicans explained that the group believes “we should never make the perfect the enemy of the good.” In endorsing a slate of 13 Congressional incumbents with an average Human Rights Campaign score of 38 percent, they lived up to that belief. [...]
Had the Log Cabin Republicans not endorsed Mitt Romney, which seemed like the plan early on, they'd be winners right now in the GOP and beyond. Instead, they proved to be irrelevant.
Burnt Orange Report: Another Bush, one of the kids his grandfather called “the little brown ones,” may be the new big man in the Texas GOP. Shakesville: More Republican family values for thee, not me. The Moderate Voice: Log Cabin Republican...Show More Summary
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When the Log Cabin Republicans endorsed Mitt Romney, the group argued that it believed he would LGBT support nondiscrimination protections, engaging in some remarkable spin about their optimism for his candidacy. But the National Organization...Show More Summary
That was Frum's core point. It is also the same as Log Cabin Republicans, who endorsed the governor a couple weeks back. Their argument? "We don’t listen to what a candidate actually says. We try to feel where they seem...
Smithers can't be happy about Romney's proposal to burn the Log Cabin. Some things are just obvious in an election, like the Republican establishment trying to disembowel Chris Christie (quite a task) because he thanked Obama for helping New Jerseyans to stop drowning. Show More Summary
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Two prominent supporters of the Log Cabin Republicans have chosen to sever ties with the LGBTQA Republican organization after the LCR publicly endorsed presidential candidate Mitt Romney on October 23. Kevin and Don Norte, high school sweethearts who have been together for 34 years, are ending their relationship with LCR after over a decade of [...]Show More Summary
by Kirsten Andersen Washington, D.C. October 29, 2012 (LifeSiteNews) – The homosexual Log Cabin Republicans group have endorsed GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, after an October 17 meeting in Virginia. The meeting between Romney and the homosexual group, which reportedly lasted only fifteen minutes, was closed…
In offering up their endorsement of Mitt Romney for president, the Log Cabin Republicans alleged that "as his record as Governor of Massachusetts suggests, [Romney] will not waste his precious time in office with legislative attacks on LGBT Americans." That assertion is wildly incorrect.
Earlier this week the Log Cabins Republicans formally endorsed Gov. Mitt Romney's candidacy for president, becoming the second conservative group advocating for gay rights to offer a formal blessing. However, the endorsement may have come with a price according to some insiders who say an agreement was discussed for a gender discrimination bill.
The Log Cabin Republican–endorsed Mitt Romney, during a December 2007 appearance on Howie Carr's radio show: Five years later, it's still laughable to call him any other than a foe of LGBT equality.