Wednesday, April 11, 2012

The Wrap-Up: April 11, 2012

I got home from the day job yesterday to find out that Rick Santorum is (officially) out of the race. Now I don't have to hear him implicitly say I'm sub-human, so that's great news.

You may be wondering, as I was, what happens to the delegates that Santorum racked up during his nomination bid?

With Mitt Romney now as his main opponent, President Obama is making tax fairness a centre-piece of his campaign.

Did you know that gender-based pay gaps are okay because money is more important to men than to women?

In news that may make it even harder for Republicans to win the Hispanic vote, many Hispanic people (apparently most) support LGBT equality.

Speaking of racial minorities and LGBT equality, there may also be a change happening within the African-American community.

A GOP House candidate adds his name to a list of conservatives against North Carolina's anti-LGBT amendment.

Hillary Clinton responds to the "Texts From Hillary" tumblr account, and does so in pretty awesome fashion.

And lastly, if you haven't read this letter (which is in part a gay teenager's response to his mother's homophobia), it is a MUST read.

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