When Colorado baker Jack Phillips declined to bake a cake for a gay wedding in July 2012, he probably didn’t foresee the magnitude of the legal battle that would erupt around him.
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Philadelphia has filed a lawsuit against Wells Fargo, alleging predatory lending to minority customers.
And I am tired of us making him hold it.
If elected President, Mrs. Clinton could appoint justices to the Supreme Court to overturn flawed rulings, like Illinois v. Wardlow and Utah v. Strieff.
With the passing of marriage equality, some conservatives have declared an all out war against the LGBT community, catching some of their own in the crosshairs.
Bigotry, against any group, isn’t funny. And it has no place in our highest court.
It’s time we the people minimize money and corruption in our politics and take control of the election process as well as oversight of how we are governed
“I saw that in the literal sense, China was freer than America.” Discipline, cigarette smoking, the quarter-life crisis, and the Affordable Care Act all figure into Brandon Ferdig’s essay on freedoms and their limits.
Whether or not the climate in Arizona is becoming more progressive, the passage of SB 1070 contained a chilling anti-immigrant subtext, and has had larger ramifications for the rest of the country.
Stefan Borst-Censullo believes the mainstream success of Pride Parades means the gay rights movement is winning.
Dr. David Ley discusses relationships — monogamous and not.