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Monday, July 16, 2018

The U.S. federal government is again investigating the case of Emmett Till's murder, the Department of Justice has announced, bringing optimism that some measure of justice might ultimately prevail. Nearly 63 years after he was kidnapped, brutally tortured, murdered, and then dumped into the Tallahatchie River in Mississippi, the Till case continues to resonate with audiences around the world because the case represents an egregious case of justice denied. read more

Saturday, July 07, 2018

Jorge Ramirez, an Oceanside minister and immigrant in the country illegally, didn't think he would end up in line for deportation when he encouraged his daughter, a U.S. citizen, to vote for Donald Trump.


"Spoken like someone who refuses to state a different opinion based upon the way the political winds blow. " - #12 | Posted by LauraMohr at 2018-07-22 01:56 PM

What is "transadvocate dot com"?

Meanwhile the original advocacy group for the LGBTQI community, one that's been around since the Stonewall riots, said this about Hillary Clinton:

In November, voters will have the opportunity to choose between a vetted and vocally pro-LGBT candidate and an ethically insolvent, chaotic carnival barker.

In our endorsement of President Obama's reelection four years ago, we noted his administration's embrace of LGBT rights: "Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's moving and historic speech to an international audience of the United Nations' human rights group in Geneva [in December 2011], observing the anniversary of the passage of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, made the Obama administration's perspective very clear, that LGBT rights are human rights."

Now Clinton has made LGBT inclusion a pillar of her campaign, from the first video announcing her candidacy. She has produced the most complete and impressive LGBT platform of any presidential candidate ever. In it, she has vowed to champion the Equality Act, the legislation that would enact federal nondiscrimination protections with regard to sexual orientation and gender identity. Clinton's policy platform called for an end to the ban on transgender military service -- now officially gone -- an end to quack "conversion therapy" for minors, an end to discrimination against LGBT families in adoptions, improved school conditions for LGBT students, expanded shelters for homeless LGBT youth, affordable treatment for people with HIV, expanded access to PrEP, expanded data collection and other measures to stem the disproportionate violence against trans people, and improved access to correct identification for trans people, along with many other positions that directly affect the rights, health, and welfare of our communities. She has also pledged to continue the United States' work of improving the condition of LGBT people internationally, a natural extension of that pledge made in Geneva.

Clinton has raised these issues with consistency during the primary season, and they have become a hallmark of her campaign heading into the general election.

You're a liar.

And you keep repeating lies.

"#10 I noticed that too. Nature vs nurture on display." - #11 | Posted by BruceBanner at 2018-07-22 01:47 PM


She lies like a man.

And she never waivers regardless of the truth or reality of the situation.

Just like a man.

"We are supposed to be a federation of sovereign states." - #34 | Posted by pfc. boazotoes© (h/t to ichiro) at 2018-07-20 11:38 AM

Before the [Civil] war, it was said 'the United States are' -- grammatically it was spoken that way and thought of as a collection of independent states. And after the war it was always 'the United States is,' as we say today without being self-conscious at all. And that sums up what the war accomplished. It made us an 'is.' - Shelby Foote
The time to which you refer was when people like you would be in chains.

Perhaps you should try living in the now, pfc. boazotoes.

And be thankful that the liberals of that "supposed" time freed your ancestors' collective asses.

"Part of a "class"? Special, huh?" - #11 | Posted by pfc. boazotoes© (h/t to ichiro) at 2018-07-20 03:42 PM

I think we can all agree that you have no class, pfc. boazotoes.

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