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06/06/2014

Target launches pride T-shirt line

by Jeremy Hooper

The right side of history meets the right side of commerce:

201406060852 [@Target]
(h/t: Scott Hutcheson)

This is another one of those things that shows the clear difference between our side and our opposition's. Can you even imagine a major retail chain announcing shirts that support their position? No. Obviously not. It wouldn't even be in the ballpark of consideration. No major retailer would push a line of clothing branded with the other side's antipathetic talking points.

In these more homespun and less political stories, which can at first feel like minor asides to the larger debate, one can often glean the starkest truths.

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