Tag: violence against women

2nd Amendment takes down the 1st, again

By now everyone has heard of the threat made against Anita Sarkeesian, an online gaming critic who was scheduled to speak at Utah State University. According to Utah law, university officials cannot bar attendees from open-carrying weapons into any public venue, in this case, a public university. Fearing for her safety and uncomfortable with the

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LGBT Utahns deserve protection

Two things that I have been waiting awhile for happened at the end of last week.  On Thursday Congress finally passed the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act; the next day the nondiscrimination in employment and housing for the LGBT community (SB262) was introduced in the state Senate. On the one hand, these events

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