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Proving NOM’s boycott has totally not worked, today The New York Times reports, “the world’s biggest coffee company planning to add at least 1,500 cafes in the U.S.”
In a moment of tone-deafness and hostility to unions and the working class, GOP Majority Leader Eric Cantor sent a Labor Day message in support of corporations.
NOM, the National Organization For Marriage, is claiming their “Dump Starbucks” campaign is partly responsible for a $1.4 billion drop in Starbucks’ stock market value.
Anonymous is joining the Occupy Wall Street protestors — virtually — by threatening to “erase” the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on October 10.
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TX Man: After 34 Years My Partner’s Sister Forced Us Apart, Took Our Home Because We Weren’t Married
Marine War Hero Eric Alva Excoriates A Texas Crowd Who Booed Him Because He Is Gay
Gay People’s Hearts ‘Unsuitable’ For Life Says Head Of Russia’s State-Controlled TV News
Christian Polling Group Finds Atheists Divorce Less Than Christians
Watch: Kids Shown Interracial Cheerios Commercial — Have No Idea Why It’s Controversial
Largest Study Of Children Raised By Same-Sex Parents Shows They’re Healthier Than Their Peers
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