Last week, Donald Trump became the first sitting American president to set foot on North Korean soil, briefly stepping across
Trump’s Department of Justice argued that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 does not protect LGBTQ Americans from being fired because of their sexual orientation.
The collapse of the seven-year Republican campaign to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was caused in large part because a majority of the American public has come to view a government guarantee of universal access to healthcare as an entitlement that cannot be taken away.
Large crowds turned out for Pride marches on Sunday in cities across the world.
Trump did promise to run government like his business, after all, and there’s no profit in standing up for the oppressed gay men of Chechnya — or anyone else.
The “nationalist” Trump wants to build an American petrostate of weak regulations and concentrated wealth modeled on Vladimir Putin’s Russia.
Human rights just get in the way of Tillerson and Trump turning America into a petrostate — you know, like the one that Vladimir Putin has in Russia.
Trump joins his buddy Putin on the list of threats to human rights — where he belongs.