With Congress having finalized a strong Wall Street reform bill, President Barack Obama urges Congress to finish the job and send the bill to his desk. The legislation reflects 90 percent of what the president originally proposed, including the strongest consumer financial protections in history with an independent agency to enforce them.
What economical impacts do the members of the secretive society of “the world’s best financial minds” – Henry Kissinger, Baron Rothschild, and the presidents of NATO, the World Bank and the Federal Reserve – have on us?
We celebrate the progress that is being made here in our own country toward advancing the rights of LGBT Americans, and we recognize that there is still a lot of work to be done but that we are moving together in the right direction.
“Male and female are biologically compatible to have a relationship. We can get into the ick factor, but the fact is two men in a relationship, two women in a relationship, biologically, that doesn’t work the same.”
Consider this. The LGBT community has enjoyed a state of adolescence for decades. It has been acceptable to gossip, ridicule, and back-stab our own. Aloofness and separateness have remained the norm. Why? Because no one cares anyway – so the question really becomes, “why not?”
Stephen Colbert tells lesbians to stop creating good examples for our kids, microwaves his boxers and asks Hanna Rosin if men are needed anymore (referencing The Atlantic’s July/August cover story on “The End of Men”) in another hilarious bit on “The Colbert Report.”
It may seem hard to believe that such resentment and a desire for change follows each elected official in a job that is supposed to be serving justice; but in fact, it happens in every county I have ever worked in.