If you've been thinking about helping save same-sex marriage in California, by donating to the No on Proposition 8 campaign, today might be a good time to do so: the Human Rights Campaign and a couple of donors are matching every dollar donated today.
I still have no time to write my long-planned real entry about Prop 8, but I'll note in passing that I'm a little dubious about the "we're way behind in the polls, so send us money, NOW!" alarmism from various No-on-8 campaign sites in the past few days (including the abovelinked one); it's true that two recent polls show the Yes-on-8 side in the lead, but my understanding is that the pollsters consider those polls to be too close to call.
But even if we can't be certain of the exact numbers right now, it's looking like it's going to be a very close vote. So I still encourage everyone who can do so to donate to the No On 8 campaign.
As before, you don't have to live in California to contribute. In fact, according to the above site, even some non-citizens can contribute, if they have permanent residency:
Foreign nationals are prohibited from making contributions to this campaign, unless they have United States permanent residency status (i.e., a green card).
It's not tax-deductible, but it's a good cause, and the result of this vote could have a big impact on same-sex marriage in the rest of the US.