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Clinton's Benghazi Interrogation

Yesterday Clinton faced the GOP firing squad in Washington, fielding questions about the terrorist attack at the US Consolate in Benghazi. ...

Obama linking Selma to Stonewall divides black community

President Barack Obama's inaugural address was the most inclusive speech a president has ever given. It was delivered on the 27th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr. ...

Maddow on "Roe v. Wade"

Before Roe one of the leading causes of death among women was child-bearing complications. As the War on Women rages, women are underthreat once again, more so than ever before. ...

Sonia and Jon

In case you missed your regular viewing of the Daily Show due to Inauguration coverage, Justice Sotomayor (after swearing in Joe Biden flew back to NYC for a book signing and) appeared to promote h ...

Pop Theory 21: On the Election: Binders, Binders Everywhere

[Editor's Note: Pop Theory 21 was first published at AfterEllen 23 October 2012.] ...

At Obama's Second Inauguration, How Emancipated Are We?

Inauguration Day approaches, and we're all familiar by now with the fact that 2013, which kicks off with the second inauguration of Barack ...

MLK Day Reflection on LGBTQ Justice

This Monday, we will mark 27 years of observing Martin Luther King Day. Some states began honoring Dr. King on January 20, 1986. ...

Pop Theory 20: Can the LGBT Movement Move Beyond Sexuality?

[Editor's Note: Pop Theory 20 was first published at AfterEllen on 21 Sept 2012. ...

Celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation

This January 1 marked the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. ...

Hawaii's New Senator: Why the White Guy was the Right Choice

"The white guy? Of course the white guy," was my reaction to reading that Hawaii Lt. Gov. Brian Schatz had been selected to resume Senator Inouye's term in the U.S. Senate until 2014. ...
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