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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
My Roaring Resistance to Donald J. Trump
I confess: I’m one of the sore losers. I have skin that crawls when I hear the word “president” preceding the name “Trump.” And I simply cannot abide people who say we have to “move on” or “get over it.” … Continue reading
Hillary Time is Our Time
Friday, July 29, 2016. Grocery store. Strange sensations. I had to wonder why my face seemed stuck in smile mode as I maneuvered my shopping cart through the aisles. Why did my step seem livelier, my back a bit straighter, … Continue reading
We’re Just Saying No: No Relaxing, No Enjoying It!
Among the many things that offended me about the events on the closing day of the Texas special session, one of the most offensive was Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst blaming the Senate gallery for a breakdown of decorum and decency. … Continue reading
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