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Modern Day Stonewall

In the late 1960’s, a group of people at the Stonewall Inn of New York City said, “No More!,” and refused to leave despite law enforcement telling them to go. 129 more words


Three questions "they" should ask Hillary Clinton.

Here are three questions it would be great to ask Hillary Clinton.

  1. Do you agree never to do a Friday afternoon document dump?
  2. Will you guarantee that you’ll appoint a nonpartisan, apolitical…
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The Diaz Family Home

This is a project we just recently finished.  The Diaz family’s before and after video shows that we added a walkway, patio, porch and sitting wall area to their home. 10 more words


Export-Import Bank Won’t Respond to Information Requests About Ties to Clinton-Backed Consulting Firm

From Daily Signal, by Melissa Quinn, Apr 2015

The Export-Import Bank’s relationship with a politically connected consulting firm has come under scrutiny as its clients benefited from millions of dollars in financing from the bank. 904 more words


The ABC of Queer: Q for Queerwashing

The world is made up of Powers-that-be/Great  Oppressive White Cis-Fathers, trying to stay in charge, and the rest of us.

We will lead you…

Social movement theorists are hugely interested in ‘frames’ (see FRAMES); dominant narratives by which society (in a broad sense) imposes coherence onto the kinds of events that social and/or revolutionary movements engage in. 1,348 more words

The ABC Of Queer

Roland Emmerich's 'Stonewall' Bought for U.S. by Roadside

Roadside Attractions has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Centropolis Entertainment’s “Stonewall” and plans a fall release.

Roland Emmerich directed from Jon Robin Baitz’s script, set amid the 1969 Stonewall Riots in New York.  103 more words


Roland Emmerich's 'Stonewall' Acquired By Roadside Attractions

Roadside Attractions has snapped up U.S. distribution rights to Roland Emmerich’s Stonewall and is planning a fall release for the drama that stars Jeremy Irvine, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Ron Perlman and Jonny Beauchamp. 178 more words