2007: Ten Years Ago, Ten Years After

Yes, posts have been sparse of late.

This is one of multiple reasons:
Has the Future Already Been Forgotten

The full text of this article is not yet available on the website of the William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law.  However, I will link to it when it becomes available.

Ten Years Ago Tomorrow: H.R. 2015

Discuss.

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Fake Repeal

Legislators and Gov. Roy Cooper hailed Thursday’s HB2 repeal bill as a compromise. In fact, it is nothing of the kind.

HB142 is not a repeal of HB2.

It is merely a renaming of it.  Christianists, TERFs and Milo the Pedo continue to have everything they desire from North Carolina law (short of a literal license to kill trans people on sight.)

The Five Horses Asses of the Apocalypse

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I Dare Call This Treason

“As a matter of constitutional law, the Senate is fully within its powers to let the Supreme Court die out, literally,” wrote the Cato Institute’s Ilya Shapiro in a column Wednesday on The Federalist.

Any questions?

The Silence of The Quisling

From the Facebook page of The Quisling…

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…as of a few minutes ago.

I Guess it All Depends on Who “We” Are, Eh?

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There has not been a day in my memory when we have not been better off than we were the day before.
– Daniel Zingale, Director of Public Policy, Human Rights Campaign Fund, in an interview in North Carolina’s The Front Page, June 9, 1995.

Daniel has/had a short memory. Five years before that date, trans people were not, via language that equates trans people to pedophiles, statutorily excluded from federal disability anti-discrimination law.

Then came the day that the ADA became law.