But my purpose here is a legal argument, one I would hope pro-choice people would find convincing, even if they disagree with my beliefs on abortion. Because beyond Roe v. Wade reaching a conclusion I find immoral, it's just bad law.
One of the purposes of work is work. And a subsection of the right has become convinced capitalism is destroying work, and that's destroying our communities.
This is the big problem of the Trump administration. What they do is not wrong or unprecedented, but the way they do those things is sloppy
In 1621 two very different groups of people shared a feast together and pledged harmony between them, an agreement the good men of that first Thanksgiving honored until the day they died. In a period of time defined by tragedies, massacres, and betrayal, that is well worth being thankful for.
But democracy is more of a tool than a virtue... it is the form of government most likely to result in liberal governance, it does not automatically result in that form of governance
Good people can disagree. This should not be a hard concept, but apparently we need a collective lesson in swallowing our pride and accepting it once more
This article is going to be the first of a type on this blog, in which I read an article in a major publication and then I write a response to it. This is obviously not me trying to challenge major newspapers, but it serves as a launch point for me to dissect ideas I … Continue reading RESPONSE: Rich White Civil War