Once upon a time, there was a president so unpopular with and loathed by the American people that on the same day he announced the killing of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, he was booed when he showed up at the World Series.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is a very busy man. Granted, it might not seem that way on the surface. After all, the Senate hasn’t passed s--t when it comes to legislation lately, even though the U.S. House, controlled by Democrats, has been busy passing laws.
On Oct. 10, the day before National Coming Out Day, the Democrats running for president convened for a town hall on the topic of LGBTQ rights. It was a historic event, especially for those LGBTQ people who never thought they’d see something like this in their lifetimes, myself included. If you had told me when I was a teenager that one day every single major Democratic contender would fully support my right to live and love, I would have said you were out of your goddamn mind.
If you’ve been following the news at all, you may have noticed that there are massive protests against the political failure to address climate change across the globe led by young people. You may have also noticed that impeachment proceedings have begun against Donald Trump, prompting him to retweet threats about Civil War, showing once again that comparing Trump to a child is an unfair smear of children.