Tom Wray

#SecondCivilWarLetters is the Twitter thread you want to read

CHICAGO — Yesterday Alex Jones, host of InfoWars and general national embarrassment, tweeted that Democrats would launch a civil war on July 4th. Needless to say, this was a surprised to most Democrats. However, what makes this good is the reaction. Jones, of course, got dragged for filth with his initial tweet. But now #SecondCivilWarLetters…

Michigan City to have first Pride this weekend

MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. — This northern Indiana city an hour’s drive east of Chicago will have it’s first Pride celebration after the city gave approval this week. From the Times of Northwest Indiana: Pride Fest 2018 is scheduled for 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. June 30 on U.S. 12, across from the Michigan City courthouse.…

Racine considers improving protections for LGBTQ

RACINE — The government of Racine, Wisc., is looking at improving legal protections for LGBTQ residients, according to a local newspaper. The Journal-Times of Racine reported that it was one of several initiatives the city is starting to support the community. From the Journal-Times: The Human Rights Campaign, a national civil rights organization that advocates for…

The right wastes no time in pushing for new Supreme Court justice

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate GOP and conservative groups have already started working on getting a new conservative justice appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court. Politico reported late Wednesday afternoon that Judicial Crisis Network was beginning a seven-figure campaign on national cable and digital platforms intended to boost Trump’s. The effort will launch on Thursday…

Justice Kennedy to retire from SCOTUS

WASHINGTON — U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced early Wednesday afternoon that he would retire, effective July 31. “It has been the greatest honor and privilege to serve our nation in the federal judiciary for 43 years, 30 of those years on the Supreme Court,” Kennedy, who is stepping down July 31, said in…

SW Indiana school district tackles gender identity

EVANSVILLE, Ind. — The Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation in southwestern Indiana took on gender identity and its non-discrimination policy at their school board meeting Monday night. From TristateHomepage.com: The school system faces litigation regarding its bathroom policy for transgender students. A transgender high school student filed a lawsuit in February against the EVSC alleging the school…