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Category Archives: Politics
The events that are occurring in Ferguson are important to all of us. Not should be. Are. The very least we can do as allies is stay informed as events move forward. If you have not been following along, start … Continue reading
This evening Governor Jan Brewer vetoed SB 1062 and ended the journey of a piece of legislation designed to enshrine the ability to discriminate against the LGBT community under the guise of religious freedom. The viral attention the passing of … Continue reading
There is an awesome amount of attention being drawn to the horrific events that are resulting from Russia’s most recent anti-LGBT legislation. Publicized as protecting children, it is providing cover and government approval for persecution of gays of all ages. … Continue reading
As I walked to get coffee this morning, the strangest thing happened – my eyes started leaking. Like they were broken or something. I worried for a moment I needed to head for the doctor, because it didn’t really make … Continue reading
Beyond sharing a last name, Jason Collins and I could not have less in common. He’s a seven-foot tall African-American professional basketball player and I weigh 130 pounds soaking wet, regularly refer to any iteration of team sports as “sportsball” … Continue reading
I cannot think of a more horrifyingly tragic example of the failure of representational government than the failed Senate vote today on the background check amendment to the proposed gun control legislation. The idea is supposed to be simple. We … Continue reading