“It’s important to be authentic,” she explained. “I don’t think that anybody that isn’t ready to come out feels like they need to keep private things private. When looking back at my life, when I was feeling things, I started to conceal [them] in a certain way. And when that starts happening, then you have juxtaposing feelings. Your family’s confused, you’re confused. So be honest with yourself.” … [Read more...] about Gloria Estefan says it was ‘tough’ revisiting her daughter Emily’s coming out as gay
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John Ghiselli, a former commercial real estate developer in California, moved to Texas last year. He calculated that businesses reduce their operating costs by 32 percent by moving out of California to Texas. He now loans businesses money to move out of California through the firm he founded, Waterloo Capital Private Equity, confident he will get a strong return on his investment. … [Read more...] about Chuck DeVore: Hewlett Packard packs up — Will California ever get fed up with losing to Texas?
Anderson could have earned a significant raise over his $1.75 million 2020 contract in arbitration. Unless the Giants re-sign him for less, as they did after non-tendering him last year, they will have just one seasoned left-handed starter on their 40-man roster: Andrew Suarez. Conner Menez also could be a candidate, and the club has plenty of time to find others in free agency or trade. … [Read more...] about Giants to keep Dickerson, Slater, Solano, but decline to offer contract to lefty Anderson
Outside of politics directly, the media has also felt the squeeze. The city's leading pro-democracy newspaper, Apple Daily, was raided earlier this year, and owner Jimmy Lai appeared in court again Thursday, facing new fraud charges. A producer for public broadcaster RTHK was arrested for her work examining the police, while this week more than two-dozen reporters quit in protest at cuts made by i-Cable, a private broadcaster with a reputation for investigative reportping. … [Read more...] about With arrests and a security law, who is left to fight for democracy in Hong Kong?
JM: Voting requirements include having to be a United States citizen, needing to be a resident is at least one state and having to be at least eighteen years old. Some states may allow for seventeen year olds to vote in primaries or register to vote early one. … [Read more...] about Q&A with Jenna Meadows, campus advocate for student voter engagement and poll volunteering