What We Missed

Must read from Jessica on what the Assange case tells us about rape in America.

Scott Lemieux discusses the disgrace that was Bush v. Gore on its 10th anniversary.

A cisgender lady dating a transgender dude on figuring out what to call their relationship.

Adam Serwer at the Plum Line, “The Courts will repeal DADT if Congress doesn’t.”

The ACLU and SWAN have filed a lawsuit against the Department of Defense and Department of Veterans Affairs for not disclosing their rape records.

There is a historic prisoners strike in Georgia. Read about it.

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  1. Posted December 13, 2010 at 10:45 pm | Permalink

    D.C’s first female police chief likely to stay.

    “My reading of the tea leaves is she will stay,” said council member Phil Mendelson (D-At Large), head of the public safety and judiciary committee. “She’s a good chief and a good director of an agency of 5,000 people. You want exactly that in the chief of police.”

    Lanier’s approval rating among city residents hovers at 80 percent, and homicides hit a 43-year low last year.

  2. Posted December 14, 2010 at 7:36 pm | Permalink

    Re: Jessica’s WaPo piece – What happened to “survivor”? Hello?

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