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The ruling on the Masterpiece Bakery v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission case wasn’t a win for the right or a loss for the left; it’s a chance to do things right the second time around.
The 14th Amendment equal protection clause does not negate the First Amendment religious freedom clause.
As of Wednesday, June 6, petitions for four statewide initiatives were getting circulated.
A taskforce is also being put together, but it’s not clear who will be on it.
There was a time in the distant past when a friend and I opened a coffeehouse in Richmond, Virginia. We called it the “Rhinoceros” and,… Continue reading
A new study finds white people may become more intolerant as America becomes less white.
His political machine is running full steam.
Yes, indeed: I’m baaaack.
Many questions will be answered by the nation’s highest court this summer.
Why did Truman recognize Israel so quickly and why do we care about modern Israel, enough to bring the ire of the Muslim world down upon us?
Will the $500,000 investment be enough to get the initiative on a ballot?
There’s another brewing between Alberta and British Columbia.
There is a kindness and decency and desire to be a community in Enumclaw.
Our country is being torn apart from limb to limb, coast to coast.
The dangers of authoritarianism are a far greater threat to the nation than seeing rising racial equality and religious diversity brought about by immigration.
NRA leaders will need to decide if it’s worth putting resources into a fight in a Left Coast state versus investing in efforts to keep Republicans in control of Congress to prevent ideas like this initiative from becoming federal law.
This is in response to Craig Chilton’s letter claiming Trump’s presidency is not a mistake because of all of his “accomplishments,” 81 signed pieces of legislation.
Concern about the evil potential of humans is woven into our Constitution’s DNA.
Just because my experience is different than someone else’s doesn’t nullify their emotions or experiences.
We only see what we value.