But I do know I can’t figure that out in a day—or even a month. Perhaps an endemic problem of Pride is how overdetermined a signifying event like it can become when it’s ostensibly meant for all 10 million of us in this country who identify as LGBT—10 million people who differ not just along political lines, but in our personalities, right down to our differing approaches to adversity. … [Read more...] about This Year, My ‘Pride’ Feels Too Personal and Very Political
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These tactics are nothing new; they’ve been a hallmark of Antifa uprisings for years. Despite this sobering reality, the Democrat Party has enabled the antifa radicals, consistently protecting them from scrutiny in the press and offering excuses for their violent outbursts. Some elected Democrat officials — such as former Rep. and current Attorney General of Minnesota, Keith Ellison — have even publicly endorsed the anarchist organization. In 2018, Ellison tweeted a picture of the so-called “Anti-Fascist Handbook,” stating approvingly that it should “strike fear in the heart of [President Trump].” … [Read more...] about CHARLIE KIRK: Democrats Are In Willful Denial About Antifa
The Wisconsin senator also defended a separate investigation he is leading into Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and Ukraine, even as Democrats say the probe has the effect of amplifying Russian propaganda and as U.S. intelligence officials say they have assessed that Russia is working to denigrate Biden ahead of the November election. … [Read more...] about GOP senator subpoenas FBI over Russia, defends Biden probe
There is likely more risk than reward waiting for Biden as he weighs whether to pick a woman of color to serve as his running mate. Such a decision would be historic. But it's far from certain that a Black female vice presidential nominee would on its own produce the kind of strong African American turnout Democrats need to defeat Trump. … [Read more...] about 2020 Watch: How will Joe Biden handle the spotlight?
In 2016, former Rep. Loretta Sanchez, then vying with Harris for a Senate seat, made a campaign issue of police shootings, particularly her opponent’s refusal to support AB-86. That year, Harris offered a compromise to the bill that would expand her office’s authority to review police misconduct, but only if sought by district attorneys or police chiefs. California lawmakers are still considering the idea. … [Read more...] about ‘Top Cop’ Kamala Harris’ record of policing the police