Wiretap: On anti-gay discrimination, it’s Americans ‘aye’, House GOP ‘nay’
The Senate is on its way to pass ENDA – the bill to end LGBT discrimination in the workplace. The world is always changing. Gay rights activists — and, according to the polls, a significant majority of Americans – think that this time it might be changing for the better. So why is the GOP House determined to kill the bill?
It’s “nullification” and it’s 17th amendment and it’s all the rest. So it must be Rand Paul campaigning for Ken Cuccinelli in Virginia governor’s race. Via Politico.
Michael Gerson explain why GOP establishment must fight back the Tea Party. He doesn’t seem to say how. Via Washington Post.
Did you see that scary sea level map? It’s probably wrong. It’s way too optimistic. Says the Atlantic.
Patti Smith on Lou Reed. If you’re a Lou Reed person, you have to read it. Via the New Yorker.
Richie Incognito and the NFL’s shame. Via ESPN’s Tim Keown.
Like this story? Steal it! Feel free to republish it in part or in full, just please give credit to The Colorado Independent and add a link to the original.
SIGN UP FOR OUR WEEKLY NEWSLETTER
To celebrate 50 years of the Colorado Open Records Act, the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition presents “Sunshine in Your Pocket,” offering tools for both […]Read More
Republican candidates for governor vigorously defended Colorado’s oil and gas operators on Wednesday, including Cynthia Coffman who said she has worked on behalf of the […]Read More