Isis should know, if you try to kill our LBGT brothers and sisters, you will need to come through us all. We are one. We will be a shelter and fierce defender of the rights of all mankind. We will always put our differences aside when push comes to shove. When someone tries to silence, cause fear or kill - we will unite and stand against you. Today the colors of the rainbow blend into one bright white light. #LBGT we stand with you! #orlando #isis #lagaypridefestival
A win for the Constitution. Link
David Cameron (British PM) stepped down at 3:20am eastern. This was a remarkable moment and speech. It was his idea to hold the referendum on Brexit and he lost. It isn't just that he resigned, but rather what he said about those who fought for and against. He spoke about his side and then congratulated the winning side. He spoke well of them and the way they fought. With respect for all sides. He then said that it wouldn't be right for him to steer the ship as the UK "needs a new captain to navigate these new waters." It was humble, kind, uniting and seemingly with out guile or passive aggressiveness. He took responsibility, was an honorable loser and decisive leader. I haven't seen this kind of respect for the people and their decision in America for a very long time.