We are told we need the law. We need a million rules to ensure everyone has a fair shake, a level playing field we rely on as we move through life. But if you are lesbian or gay, the majority have ...
Community Not Commodity is the point we're driving home at San Francisco Pride next Sunday. For those of us who remember early Gay Pride Marches and indeed feeling proud, today's extravaganzas look ...
The failed attempt to oust Scott Walker has focused on one particular data point, but decisions made long before then may have had the greatest impact.
Cross posted from Pruning Shears .
I’ve just read a piece by Zach Carter—a reporter and blogger whose work I respect--over at HuffPo, from Wednesday, which was updated just a few hours ago; and, it pretty much has me at a loss ...
Start a discussion about 20th century industry in America and images of factories humming with production probably fill your head. It's nice that romantic image fills your head because the ...
I’m reposting this from Corrente .
Dear John Ballbach and Ed Borger,
I'm a scientist at University of Wisconsin - Madison, and have been ...
Causing even the judge to express bewilderment at the prosecution's unusual withholding of a new indictment against the NATO 3 , Brian Church, Jared Chase and Brent Betterly, a grand jury in ...
My participation in an interfaith delegation trip to Palestine and Israel was blocked by Israeli officials who detained, interrogated and then expelled me because they deemed me to be "a security ...
DHS documents were released to Partnership for Civil Justice Fund (PCJF) that despite extensive redactions reveal a greater administration role than previously known in the crackdown on the Occupy ...
Report from Chicago Spring: Thank You for Returning My Shoelaces and Belt. Now Can You Please Find My Drivers License and Computer?: My Experience Being Detained Prior to the NATO Summit