Terrance Heath

Terrance Heath


At a Glance:

Terrance Heath has been a Project Contributor since July 2007, has written 774 entries and currently lives in Washington, DC.

Bio

Terrance Heath has blogged at The Republic of T. since October 2003. He lives in the metro Washington D.C. area with his husband and their adopted son, and works as a blogging/social media consultant.

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On Marriage, Are We Going Back to the 'Green Book' Era?

Filed by Terrance Heath | April 23, 2015 | 12:00 PM | comments

As the Supreme Court takes up marriage equality again, conservatives are preparing for a likely landmark ruling by trying to bring back a phrase that once haunted black families: "We don't serve your kind here."Read More


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Five Things You Should Know About Rand Paul

Filed by Terrance Heath | April 17, 2015 | 10:00 AM | comments

Entering the 2016 presidential race early gives Rand Paul a chance to redefine himself - because running from his record is going to be just as hard as running for president.Read More


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Bill O'Reilly Declares 'Open Season' on Reality

Filed by Terrance Heath | April 16, 2015 | 4:00 PM | comments

Fox News host Bill O'Reilly thinks that "If you are a Christian or a white man in the USA, it's open season on you." Here on earth, two more unarmed black men were killed by law enforcement officers.Read More


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Who is Marco Rubio? Eight Things You Should Know

Filed by Terrance Heath | April 15, 2015 | 4:00 PM | comments

Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio became the latest politician to declare what anyone who's paying attention already knew: He's running for president. Rubio is likely to trip over his past before the race is over.Read More


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The GOP Has an Indiana Problem

Filed by Terrance Heath | April 03, 2015 | 12:00 PM | comments

The powerful backlash against Indiana's anti-gay "religious freedom" law is yielding results and inspiring hope. Right-wing supporters of the law were seemingly caught unawares by a grassroots response that's put them on the defensive.Read More