Election

Wednesday presented great cause to celebrate as the Supreme Court struck down DOMA and rejected California’s anti-gay marriage legislation, Proposition 8.  However, just the day prior, the same Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act.

The nearly fifty-year old Act was originally passed to protect the voting rights of minorities.   It took just two hours before the first state took advantage of its absence.

El Perry

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House Party

If the recent actions of the House of Representatives are a clue, the Republican Party has not learned a single thing from the 2012 election.

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