With the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary in the rear view mirror, all eyes are now trained on the Nevada caucuses. We also look at one man’s actions at the Stonewall Inn in 1969 that led to the modern gay rights movement.
Another week, another news cycle. With the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary in the rear view mirror, all eyes are now trained on the Nevada caucuses, the South Carolina primary and the more than a dozen primaries on Super Tuesday, March 3.
After the debacle in Iowa, resulting from the failure of the app to report results, Nevada’s Democratic Party has abandoned the same app in favor of paper ballots, iPads and a Google form.
On June 28, 1969, John O’Brien was one of four men who confronted police during a raid on the Stonewall Inn. It was a place where gay men could socialize, and the Stonewall Rebellion is considered to be the start of the modern gay rights movement.