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domingo, 25 de junio de 2017

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar Acknowledges Debt To LGBT Activists In Ireland

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar Acknowledges Debt To LGBT Activists In Ireland
- Dublin briefly became the centre of the LGBT universe today, with 30,000 people turning out in the capital, in what was the biggest ever Pride march in ...

California travel ban to Texas over LGBT adoption bill could spell trouble for tourism industry

California travel ban to Texas over LGBT adoption bill could spell trouble for tourism industry
- Texas business leaders are worried a ban on state-funded travel from California could put a dent in the Lone Star State's travel industry.

Clash of the LGBT Oscar titans: Is 'Moonlight' or 'Brokeback Mountain' the greater Oscar winning ...

Clash of the LGBT Oscar titans: Is 'Moonlight' or 'Brokeback Mountain' the greater Oscar winning ...
- It's LGBT Pride Month, so we at Gold Derby have decided to celebrate the best queer-themed films that have won Oscars (check out our gallery above) ...

Judges rule in favour of anti-LGBT 'religious liberty' Mississippi law

Judges rule in favour of anti-LGBT 'religious liberty' Mississippi law
- Passed last year, Mississippi's 'Religious Liberty' bill 1523 permits businesses and organisations to refuse service to LGBT people on the grounds of ...

Canada to apologise for 'LGBT purge' in government

Canada to apologise for 'LGBT purge' in government
In doing so, Canada will join countries like the UK, Australia and Germany in issuing official mea culpas for past injustices to their LGBT citizens.

Skyscrapers, city halls, bridges across US lit up in honor of LGBT Pride

Skyscrapers, city halls, bridges across US lit up in honor of LGBT Pride
- Structures across the U.S. -- including city halls, bridges, and skyscrapers -- are bathed in rainbow lighting this weekend in honor of LGBT Pride.

Route, Road Closures and Everything Else You Need to Know

Route, Road Closures and Everything Else You Need to Know
- Roughly 2 million people lined the streets of New York City last June to watch, honor and cheer on participants in the Big Apple's largest Pride March ever. Only a few days had passed since a gunman in Florida killed 49 people in a gay nightclub on its Latin night, and Americans turned out en masse to support the LGBT community—especially the 37,000 people who joined together to put on the colorful NYC parade.
The year before, revelers had a happier cause for celebration: The Pride March took place just after the Supreme Court struck down bans on same-sex marriage. The mood both in New York and nationwide was jubilant, with event organizers excitedly touting a "Pride that will go down in the history books."

Istanbul LGBT Pride parade organizers defiant in face of ban

Istanbul LGBT Pride parade organizers defiant in face of ban
- Activists for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex rights said they will march for LGBT pride in Istanbul on Sunday, despite a ban by the governor.

A Response to “An Apology for White People”

A Response to “An Apology for White People”
- Moon, a white man, writes that “white people in Alabama (and other states too, I presume)…like to pretend a lot that the wink-and-nod-racism that’s a daily part of life in this State is surprising to us.”
Besides accusing both “ignorant” and “smart” white Alabamans of being “racist” for telling “racist” jokes and daring to notice the color of those of some of their neighbors who cause trouble, Moon submits as proof of the rampant “racism” of white Alabama the case of Kenneth Nail.

Trump wants to put solar panels on his border wall - but would the plan work?

Trump wants to put solar panels on his border wall - but would the plan work?
- In his company's plans, it's proposed the panels be placed on the Mexican side. Solar panels in the US generally face south to make best use of ...

Amid probe into his campaign's links to Russia, Trump accuses Clinton of 'collusion' against Sanders

Amid probe into his campaign's links to Russia, Trump accuses Clinton of 'collusion' against Sanders
- President Trump, in a return to campaign-style rhetoric, on Sunday accused ..... After President Trump incorrectly tweeted that Mexico is the second ...

Trump's border wall inches toward reality with plans for San Diego prototypes

Trump's border wall inches toward reality with plans for San Diego prototypes
Trump's border wall inches toward reality with plans for San Diego ... no sign that Mexico will pay for it, as Trump repeatedly promised his supporters ...

Pro-Trump group launches ads against special prosecutor in Russia probe

Pro-Trump group launches ads against special prosecutor in Russia probe
- A Southern California group backing President Trump is out with a new ad attacking special counsel Robert S. Mueller III, criticizing the investigation into the Trump  campaign's possible cooperation with Russian interference in the 2016 election.
The ad, called "Witch Hunt," features conservative favorite Tomi Lahren reflecting Trump's own language to complain about the probe. The more than $400,000 ad buy is expected to start running Sunday.
"Only in Washington could a rigged game like this be called independent," Lahren says, using air quotes in the ad to emphasize her point. She is now a senior advisor to Great America Alliance, which backs Trump.
The ad's chief complaint echoes Trump's criticism that Mueller's team has ties to Democrats, because some of the lawyers have given campaign contributions to the party. Trump has also complained of the relationship between fired FBI Director James B. Comey and Mueller, who was once his boss.


Donald Trump's bark is worse than his bite in Latin America

Donald Trump's bark is worse than his bite in Latin America
- Indeed, what is striking about Mr Trump's approach to Latin America is how similar it ... In Mexico, meanwhile, Nafta re-negotiations start this summer.

A Look at Energy Markets After the First Five Months of Trump

A Look at Energy Markets After the First Five Months of Trump
- A Look at Energy Markets After the First Five Months of Trump. By ... COAL: President Donald Trump has killed a stream-water protection rule that ... volumes of the heating and power-plant fuel to countries including Mexico, China, ...

What If We Took Trump's Suggestion Of Making Make Solar Panels A Key Part Of Construction To ...

What If We Took Trump's Suggestion Of Making Make Solar Panels A Key Part Of Construction To ...
- While discussing his plans for a border wall between Mexico and Texas, President Trump indirectly acknowledged the value of solar power.
During an unusually early campaign rally in Iowa on Wednesday night, President Donald Trump gave an update on his proposed border wall between Mexico and the southwest region of the United States: he wanted to cover it in solar panels. The plan, which the president took credit for, is his innovative way to make the wall "pay for itself."

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