Where does it end?
How can those on Capitol Hill be blindly complicit in the unraveling of the fabric that stitches together what used to be the greatest nation?
Bright Lights, Big City
New York, you’ll never know …
Jay McInerney’s iconoclastic first novel hit bookstores when I was in high school. It was a literary Bat-signal for a teenager trapped in the two-lane hinterlands of Northeast Mississippi.
The right to marry
We the people, celebrate
Nowhere does the Constitution mention “unless you interpret scripture differently,” or “unless you are a man wanting to marry a man,” or “unless you are a woman wanting to marry a woman,” or anything else.
Amendment XIV is a beautifully simple passage that gives everyone the right to live their lives, within the laws, as they see fit.