This was more than just a "great election for LGBT people." This was a game changer. The game changer. We will never return to the level of indignity that we suffered before, even as we roll with the momentum to resolve the still-existent inequities that plague our lives.
Unless the number of jobs added in October turns out to be substantially higher or lower than September's, or the unemployment rate is way higher or lower than anticipated, the report should be treated merely as news cycle fodder.
As Election Day grows closer, some pundits seem almost breathless in their prediction that the Presidential election will be close. Well, it has been obvious from the campaign's first day that it would be close. But there is overwhelming evidence that President Obama will win.
Mr. President, you are my Kennedy, my Reagan. It was you who made me interested in the political discourse, and what our government is doing. It was you who made me register to vote the first chance I could, even though it was not an election year.
This country can't afford any more Republican governments steering the ship of state on the rocks. That goes double if they refuse to discuss the past -- as if ignoring the past didn't condemn us to repeat it.