Daily Archives: 06/18/2014

Log Cabin Republicans Blasts Ugandan Minister’s Election as President of United Nations


Log Cabin Republicans Blasts Ugandan Minister’s Election as President of United Nations Washington, D.C. — Last week Sam Kuesta, the anti-gay Ugandan Minister to the United Nations, was quietly elected President of the U.N. General Assembly. Kuesta is on-record both … Continue reading

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Appeals Court To Hear Arguments From MI, OH, TN, KY Gay Marriage Cases


Carlos Santoscoy | On Top Magazine | June 27, 2014 The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati on Monday announced it would hear arguments in cases challenging gay marriage bans in the four states in its geographic area on August … Continue reading

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Nevada: Extending marriage to same-sex couples could add an additional $23 to $53 million to state economy


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 17, 2014 Contact: Laura Rodriguez, lrodriguez@rabengroup.com, (310) 956-2425 Donald Gatlin, dgatlin@rabengroup.com, (202) 587-2871 Nevada: Extending marriage to same-sex couples could add an additional $23 to $53 million to state economy LOS ANGELES- Extending marriage to same-sex … Continue reading

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Friend-of-the-Court Briefs Submitted by Williams Institute Scholars in 6th Circuit Marriage Cases


June 2014 Williams Institute scholars, along with the National Women’s Law Center and other leading women’s legal organizations, filed three amicus briefs in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in the cases of Bourke v. Beshear (Kentucky), … Continue reading

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Lawmakers get real about a Constitutional Convention


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Stop Calling Iraq War a ‘Mistake’


Dennis Kucinich | Reader Supported News | June 17, 2014 s Iraq descends into chaos again, more than a decade after “Mission Accomplished,” media commentators and politicians have mostly agreed upon calling the war a “mistake.” But the “mistake” rhetoric … Continue reading

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Hillary Still Doesn’t Get It on Iraq


George Zornick | The Nation | Reader Supported News | June 17, 2014 he unfortunate re-eruption of warfare in Iraq will lead to many more questions for Hillary Clinton about her past support for the war—a rather unfortunate thing from her … Continue reading

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