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“Transjacking” Sports

“Transjacking” Sports

The Games of the XXXII Olympiad in Tokyo (July 24 to August 9, 2020) are about a year away, but controversy is already building. There’s always Olympic controversy, of course, most often about performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs). At the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, host-country athletes

WALSH: LGBT People Are Not Oppressed Or Persecuted In This Country. Here’s How We Know.

WALSH: LGBT People Are Not Oppressed Or Persecuted In This Country. Here’s How We Know.

As everyone knows, June is African-American Music Appreciation Month. It’s also National Safety Month and National Smile Month. And we can’t forget that it is ALS Awareness Month, Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, Cataract Awareness Month, Hernia Awareness Month, Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month, National Aphasia

The New Family Violence

The New Family Violence

“Family violence can take many forms,” says Madam Justice Marzari of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, including “unreasonable restrictions or preventions of a family member’s personal autonomy.” To be more specific, “family violence” can now take the form of refusing to accept a family

NAACP calls recent black church fires ‘domestic terrorism;’ some pastors now sleeping inside sanctuaries

NAACP calls recent black church fires ‘domestic terrorism;’ some pastors now sleeping inside sanctuaries

President and CEO of the NAACP Derrick Johnson called the recent burnings of black churches in Tennessee and Louisiana “domestic terrorism.” Some pastors have reportedly started sleeping in their houses of worship to fend off would-be arsonists. “What is happening in Tennessee and Louisiana is domestic terrorism

Accusations of “misgendering” in England raise questions over free speech, legal protections

Accusations of “misgendering” in England raise questions over free speech, legal protections

Several recent incidents have joined the citizenry of England in a debate over free speech and limited government, with the country’s Malicious Communications Act at the center of controversy in the wake of “misgendering” episodes that saw police interviewing two women “under caution” — which