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The Fraud of Voter Fraud

Let’s break down the two most terrible outcomes from the disastrous Supreme Court ruling.

Dance Utopia: What Happens When We Win?

I can imagine a dance world...

The F Word

We need to quit thinking of feminism as “man-hating,” or something that only bra-burning hippies are interested in.

The Agony and the Ecstasy of James Baldwin

"The force and anguish and terror of love."

President Obama, Get Back In the Game!

Stop trying to win the game on your own.

Send Out the Clown, Send In the Kindhearted Anchorman

There are plenty of things in this world that step out of the abyss and scare the hell out of you like Bozo the Clown.

AR Judge is Civil Rights Hero Over Marriage Equality

We need more people like Judge Piazza in Washington, DC.

Antigay Bill Goes on the Road?

Arizona down, 13 states more to go.

The Real Silent Killer: Voter Indifference

Plato: "The price of apathy towards public affairs is to be ruled by evil men."

Paige Braddock Changes the World Without Bending or Breaking It

Comics creator is an icon for our times.

“The Butler” in Print Offers the Real Story

The movie abridges and over-simplifies the book's powerful story.

Angelina Jolie, Gay Marriage, and Voting Rights

The Supreme Court this term weighs very human issues.

Lil Wayne, Emmett Till and the Long Shadow of the Civil...

Lil Wayne said WHAT? Yikes.

Forewarned is Forearmed

Congress hasn't heeded the Supreme Court's direction on the Voting Rights Act. Here's what could happen.

Death of a Mississippi Politician

Questions surround the death of one of the state's "first viable openly ‪LGBT candidates."

NSO pays tribute to Martin Luther King

The Nashville Symphony Orchestra's concert was poignant and powerful.

The Nationwide Voter-Fraud Scam Affects You

Any attempt to suppress the fundamental right to vote should be shouted down by every citizen.

Free Screening and Panel: “Fighting for Justice” — Thu., Jan. 14,...

Profiles of two New Yorkers whose contributions helped pave the way toward progress for equal justice for African-Americans.
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