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The End of Roe and the End of the Road
The writing is on the wall (and a draft Supreme Court opinion): Roe v. Wade will soon gasp its last breath at the hands of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito and his co-Taliban wannabes. The last fifty years of women … Continue reading
How the NRA is Killing Christmas
Even before Charles Darwin explained species survival, our children have always been our most precious assets, our links to immortality. Like others in the animal world, humans instinctively protect their offspring until they can manage on their own. In the … Continue reading
Posted in Old/New Austin, Politics Tagged Diane DeSanders, Easter Bunny, Everytown for Gun Safety, Family Values, Hap & Hazard and the End of the World, Miracle at 34th St., N.R.A., National Rifle Association, Parkland Shooting, Prince Charming, Republicans, Sandy Hook, Santa Claus, Tooth Fairy 1 Comment
Will Our Democracy Survive the Tea Party?
Like most Americans, I hate seeing our nation’s capital entangled in the throes of hatred and ignorance that have been plaguing it almost since the beginning of President Obama’s presidency. At first, Republicans vowed to make sure Obama was a … Continue reading
Posted in Politics Tagged Barack Obama, democracy, electoral college, government shutdown, Larry Klayman, Republicans, Ted Cruz 14 Comments