An Autonomy of Self

The United States lags behind in social progress as many countries regulate and legalize prostitution. In 2003, the United States Supreme Court oversaw Lawrence v. Texas, ruling to legalize sodomy in the entire nation. Justice Kennedy remarked, "Liberty presumes an autonomy of self that includes...

Trayvon Martin killed by single gunshot fired from ‘intermediate range,’ autopsy shows

Florida teenager Trayvon Martin died from a single gunshot wound to the chest fired from “intermediate range,” according to an autopsy report reviewed Wednesday by NBC News.

UN Blasts Cameroon’s Anti-gay Laws

GENEVA — The United Nations Human Rights office is sharply criticizing Cameroon's anti-gay laws, which it says criminalize same-sex relationships.  The Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights says it is deeply concerned by reports in Cameroon of harassment, intimidation, arrest and imprisonment...

Ivanka Trump and Clothing Line Reported for Possible Trade Violations

Washington, D.C.- November 6, 2016 - The Democratic Coalition Against Trump lodged a complaint against Ivanka Trump with the Office of International Trade on Sunday afternoon for possible import violations for her clothing line under the same name. The Coalition uncovered 26 shipments imported...

Stay and Fight!

I realized early on last night, election night, that Donald Trump was going to win the election.  My friends and family were enthused and excited until it all became clear that Hillary Clinton, although she won the popular vote, would not win enough electoral votes...

GSA Hearing Chair Issues A Warning

GSA Hearing Chair Issues A Warning

Gay Bashers Hit & Tell Lesbian to “Take It Like A Man”

Julie Ward and her friends went to The Bunkhouse, a bar in Weir, Texas for drinks this past weekend. Ward recounted her incident saying that a female bartender at the bar told them that they "didn't serve their type." As Ward and her friends were...

Supreme Court To Hear Challenge to the Voting Rights Act

The US Supreme Court will hear a challenge to a key section of the Voting Rights Act, a law adopted to prevent discrimination at the polls. It will hear an Alabama challenge to the requirement that states with a history of racial bias seek permission...

Petraeus Quits After FBI Found Evidence of Extramarital Affair

Retired U.S. General David Petraeus, the man credited with helping turn around the second Iraq War, has resigned as chief of the Central Intelligence Agency, citing an extramarital affair. Petraeus wrote in a letter to CIA staffers Friday that he submitted his resignation to U.S....

Charlie Chaplin Musical coming to Broadway

Becoming Chaplin, A musical which chronicles the lift of Charlie Chaplin will open on Broadway in the 2012/2013 season, according to the New York Times. The stage play is written by Thomas Meehan who also wrote The Producers and Hairspray.