After passing through the horrible fire of battling Amendment One here in North Carolina, I felt drained, not just because of the results, but the battle on this front and many others shows just how far we have to go in addressing society's myriad problems with racism, homophobia, transphobia, classism, misogyny, etc.
It makes me sad and weary. If only we could harness all of the energy put into hate- and fear-based thoughts and actions and turn it into positive action for everyone's benefit.
Yesterday North Carolina passed Amendment One, a constitutional amendment initiative that not only puts the existing ban on same-sex marriage in the state constitution, but will also ban civil unions and domestic partnerships. The D... Read Post
Public Policy Polling has released the results of its first poll of North Carolina voters since Republican state lawmakers approved a referendum for a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage and the numbers are not good. ... Read Post
Jonathan Gruber has now been fired by two states following disclosure of remarks he made about Obamacare. First it was Vermont that canceled his contract, and now it’s North Carolina. North Carolina’s state auditor on Thursday term... Read Post