Casey DunivanDateline: Judicious in thought, brevity in blog.
First Published: Jan 11, 2012 / Last Published: Jan 26, 2012
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January 26, 2012
Battle Lines Drawn in National Marriage Fight
As Pat Benatar famously suggested, love is indeed a battlefield. In four states marriage equality appears poised to pass. But it takes two to tango and opponents of gay marriage are fighting back.
January 23, 2012
As Washington prepares to become the 7th state in the country to allow same-sex marriage, an emerging narrative about the evolution of society's acceptance of the issue is being articulated
January 16, 2012
The Fight for Comprehensive Education
This is not the third world. We are not a Catholic theocracy. Abstinence only is a failed policy that needs to be replaced with a comprehensive national strategy that bases education on medically and scientifically accurate information that is age appropriate.
January 13, 2012
Out of the Closet: Will Obama Support Marriage Equality?
Though he supports a wide-range of LGBT initiatives, the president has yet to make the final leap in supporting marriage equality.
January 12, 2012
GOP Tees up Romney for Bloodbath with Obama
It's almost too perfect how Romney's Bain baggage seem to compliment the democratic strategy of painting the GOP as fat cats
January 11, 2012
Oklahoma Sharia Law Threatens Judicial Independence
In passing Public Question 755, Oklahoma ingrained in the state constitution that Islam vis a vis Islamic law is to be publicly and legally stigmatized.
Keep the Electoral College
The electoral college has served us well for most of our history but there are some kinks that need to be ironed out.