Yesterday we talked about the huge security breach that occurred at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. While those of us out here in flyover country might think that's a pretty big deal, at look at the Twitter account of OPM Director, Katherine Archuleta, suggests that's not as important as something else.
That's right. It's LGBT pride month. And apparently the government has a new guidebook to help the troglodytes comprehend this rather large social movement. But it's not just a social movement. The guide tells us on page 3 that the EEOC has declared that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 provides protection against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Democrats got a lot of mileage out of that phony war-on-women talk, and now they've moved onto something else that might be useful -- embracing gay rights while mocking bake shop and pizzeria owners who are too slow to hop onto a speeding bandwagon.
Meanwhile, let's hope government workers don't get so exited about it that they let their guard down. Someone is out there plotting spear phishing expeditions to exploit employees who are so eager to open email documents that they look before they think.