No one should be fired for being lesbian, gay, or transgender like happened to me and it’s incredibly powerful to know that the law now protects me and other LGBT workers.”
The NCAA said “this new law is far from perfect," but it will reward the discrimination-minded N. C. by reopening the state for consideration in hosting its championship events.
Donald Trump in his inauguration speech promised to put America first, but his rhetoric and policies are doing just the opposite.
These incidents happen all across the country all too frequently as a symptom of anti-Muslim behavior we see during election season.
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis has denied a gay couple a marriage license for the 3rd time.
The Texas Supreme Court argued that "The legislative power reserved to the people of Houston is not being honored."
Apparently, because too many federal courts have followed the Constitution and not the Christian bible on the question of same-sex marriage, it is likely that Cruz wants Congress to give that authority to the evangelical right to decide.
A powerful CEO of a giant corporation took the time to say what few others have; "There is something very dangerous happening in states across the country" of people using religion as a legislative weapon.
Angie's List is the latest to stand up in opposition to Indiana's discriminatory RFRA, and this one could cost Indiana 1,000 jobs
The far right's war on the LGBT community took a variety of turns this week.
Indiana is the latest state to proclaim religious tyranny, and the reaction (no NCAA?) is anything but what Hoosier bigots expected
For the second time in less than two years, a billboard has gone up near Birmingham, Alabama, carrying a pro-white, anti-diversity message delivered by a loose-knit group calling itself the White Genocide Project.
This week it was revealed that the third ranking Republican in the House of Representatives is guilty of pandering to a white supremacist extremist organization founded by former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke.
If the last 2 weeks of reporting and punditry tell us anything, Fox "News" is willing write off one side of the racial divide for generations; the same way the Republicans have written off the Latinos that Fox "News" is hypocritically trying to attract.
Republicans and religious conservatives detest the 14th Amendment for myriad reasons, but chief among them is the guarantee of equal rights for Americans not in the biblical mold championed by Neo Christians; single mothers, atheists, Muslims, non-compliant Christians, and particularly gays.
After a thorough examination of America's pathetic record of disparate treatment of minorities, a United Nations watchdog reported what people of color, particularly African Americans, have known first hand and all too well for decades. "Racial and ethnic discrimination remains a serious and persistent problem in all areas of life from de facto school segregation, access to health care, and housing."
One would think most Americans support the 14th Amendment's prohibition of unequal treatment under the law unflinchingly. Unfortunately, the religious right is intent on abolishing the concept of equality and rejects the idea that no American, or government entity,
Economically disadvantaged white people have the hardest time accepting that they have white privilege, but they do.
White people have largely ended violence. Now, it is time for telling the truth about privilege and facing what it means to lose it.
If Arizona Republicans are successful a new bill will give any Arizonan the right to break any law with impunity if it is in the name of religion.