On March 14, 2016, Ted Rall, a courageous and unflinchingly honest writer, political cartoonist and Pulitzer finalist, filed a suit against the Los Angeles Times, the newspaper in which his work was formerly published before he was terminated in August of 2015. Among other things, Rall is seeking damages for defamation, blacklisting, wrongful termination and intentional distress. […]
However, it’s disappointing at best that she continues to be loyal to the Republicans, as that political party has generally not been particularly friendly to the LGBT community, and it’s just as discouraging to know that she believes that the movement for transgendered people’s rights should be all about her.
Therefore, it’s not surprising that she would appear on the season premiere of her vapid waste of time, camera footage and broadcast signal known as I Am Cait and declare:
“[Hillary Clinton] couldn’t care less about women. She only cares about herself.” […]
When you consider Donald Trump’s belligerent shutting down of dissent at his rallies alongside his comfort with the idea of coercing Muslims in the U.S. to wear special identification badges and register in a database, his casual attitude about the violence on the part of his supporters and his threat during a recent GOP debate that his supporters will sabotage the November election unless he is made President, it becomes clear how sinister the atmosphere surrounding his campaign really is. […]
At the Democratic Presidential Debate hosted by Univision in Miami, Florida n March 9, 2016, 15-year-old singer Sebastien de la Cruz took the stage wearing the traditional dress of a Mexican charro and gave a beautiful rendition of the national anthem.
Not surprisingly, a tsunami of racist vitriol swept across Twitter. […]
Because neither Hillary Clinton nor Bernie Sanders has a perfect voting record and given that each candidate has taken numerous progressive stances, hardcore supporters of Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton need to be less emotionally invested in their respective individual candidates and cut out the petty animosity, as this will only hurt either candidate’s chances in the 2016 Election. […]
During an interview with Anderson Cooper on CNN on February 18, 2016, Donald Trump stated that he was partial to the mandate within the Affordable Care Act that stipulates that everybody have health insurance and also said that people with a pre-existing health condition should still be eligible for insurance.
However, a series of Tweets the Donald posted the next day told an entirely different story. […]
Scalia’s death leaves the court with eight Justices, split evenly between liberal and conservative, making deadlock between the judges on most of the decisions inevitable. As a result, the decisions of lower courts are allowed to stand. […]