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Parties, Platforms, and Planks: Where Democrats and Republicans Stand on Healthcare

Politics has grown exponentially more divisive, and much of this centers on personalities while completely ignoring important policy questions.

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Immigrants v. The World: Lawyer Raed Gonzalez Talks Electoral Politics and LGBT Discrimination

Originally from Puerto Rico, Raed Gonzalez has crafted a career here in Houston as an immigration attorney dedicated to defending…

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Get Out and Vote: Support these Community-endorsed, Pro-equality Candidates on November 8

As Election Day quickly approaches, it is important for the LGBT community to know the ballot.

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Houston, We Need a New District Attorney: Openly Gay Lawyer Kim Ogg Seeks to Unseat Republican Incumbent

Local Democratic attorney Kim Ogg is running to unseat the incumbent Republican district attorney, Devon Anderson, and become Harris County’s…

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Op-Ed: The Only Decent Vote You Can Cast

It's not only the future of the United States that is starkly on the ballot on Tuesday — it is…

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People Take To The Streets After Trump Win

Protesters and supporters alike took to the streets across the country following Donald Trump's victory speech early Wednesday.

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To Hell with Unity

As we plummet into Trump’s America over the next few months, I encourage those who didn’t vote for Trump to…

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Columns

Got an Overdose of Woe?

The Republican Party is now running on Bud Lite and rage. There is no longer any actual thinking involved—and Honey,…

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The Democratic Party’s Rising Star: Openly Gay Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s Run For DNC Chair

Pete Buttigieg would be a fresh, young face—unfettered by the past—leading a party eager for inspiration and a new focus.

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