Category Archives: Human rights

On behalf of all Penis-Americans, please accept my humble apology. We’re not all like this.

Thousands of women took to Twitter to share accounts of sexual assault Friday after news broke that Donald Trump bragged about how his star-power entitles him to “move on” women… Read more »

Today on “More Lessons Poland Can Teach America”: Humility

A controversial proposal to ban abortion in Poland appears to have collapsed after senior politicians from the ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) backed away from it after a parliamentary… Read more »

Small Government (n.)- A form of government tiny enough to grant one’s intolerance and bigotry the force of law

The “party of limited government” in Tennessee is aggressively trying to interfere with a gay couple’s custody battle. The Tennessean reports that 53 Republican lawmakers in the state have signed… Read more »

The Armenian Genocide: Historical truth must never be denied or viewed as “inconvenient”

Kim Kardashian citing a Sam Biddle Gawker post to go at the Journal in a full-page ad in the Times. 2016! — Matt Lynch (@mbradylynch) September 17, 2016 Anyone… Read more »

Racism and Islamophobia in the service of America is no crime…except when it should be

This image says it all. Let's end the politically correct agenda that doesn't put America first. #trump2016 — Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) September 19, 2016 The analogy isn’t new,… Read more »

A lesson in promoting tolerance and acceptance with a happy ending we could all learn from

A restaurant in Minnesota had the perfect response to a review who complained about “too many gay people” in their establishment. Hell’s Kitchen Minneapolis posted Facebook on Wednesday to respond… Read more »

North Carolina: What happens when you give “Christian” haters and bigots the keys to government

Here's the NC GOP's response to the NCAA. I made sure it was not a parody account. — Andrew Carter (@_andrewcarter) September 13, 2016 For those asking, N.C. GOP… Read more »

It’s easy to ignore the Constitution and the rule of law when they become inconvenient

Rodrigo Duterte has only been in office eight weeks, but his presidency has already been a bloody one for the Philippines. Elected in May, the 71-year-old Duterte coasted to victory… Read more »