Who knows what'll happen from here on out, but this guy is spectacular. His behind-the-back moves will make you grin.
The U.S. Institute of Peace held a forum on May 26 featuring LGBTI campaigners from Kenya, South Africa, Ireland, Fiji, and Grenada to discuss the topic "Expanding Constitutional Rights to LGBTI Communities: International Activism and U.S. Diplomacy." The keynote speaker was Ambassador Randy Berry, U.S. Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBT Persons. The panel was co-hosted by the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (International IDEA). Content in the video above begins at about 13:00. Below are some photos I took.
L.A. labor leaders seek minimum wage exemption for firms with union workers http://t.co/oLV7Z9dJXh— LA Times CA Politics (@LATpoliticsCA) May 27, 2015
As a longtime union member (AFGE Local 12, U.S. Department of Labor) until my retirement in 2011, I will not curse the above-referenced hypocrites. Instead, I simply say to them: you embarrass me.
Breaking. DC Atty Gen Racine files motion to stay Judge Scullin’s ruling easing city's concealed-carry gun law.— Tom Sherwood (@tomsherwood) May 26, 2015
D.C. has asked a judge to stay the ruling that tossed out a key provision of the city's concealed carry law: http://t.co/dnPCQTVRAi— Martin Austermuhle (@maustermuhle) May 27, 2015
Thanks, General Racine!
Two people kissing is "porn"? LOLOLOLOLOL https://t.co/LUgoejyrPX— JoeMyGod (@JoeMyGod) May 26, 2015
Bryan Fischer has a low threshold for male affection. Not a great shock coming from this hate-crested nuthatch.
Matt Baume of AFER has the latest on the struggle for marriage equality.