Sen. Cruz, we are not going to have that kind of country. We are going to defeat you and your intolerant crew.
President Obama, at a Q&A in London on Saturday, answers a question from transgender student Maria Munir.
My Blade column this week looks at the upcoming British referendum on exiting the European Union, and finds lessons for the Colonies.
No criminal sentence ever includes being raped in prison. That is not supposed to be part of the punishment. That it is allowed to happen is unspeakable and must be changed.
Tennessee governor vetoes bill making Bible the official state book https://t.co/aBRKYQc0Kw— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) April 15, 2016
Aside from the First Amendment principle of church-state separation, it escapes me why some people think it serves their faith to get the government involved. But it's not really about faith. It's about dominance and control, for which religion is a marker.
This bill prohibits DC govt travel to states with laws in effect that affirmatively sanction or require discrimination against LGBT people— David Grosso (@cmdgrosso) April 5, 2016
Thanks to D.C. Council member David Grosso and his co-introducers. Thanks also to Mayor Bowser for her executive action. This is just the latest reminder of how LGBT-affirming a jurisdiction the District is.