Tag Archives: pro-life

You. Do. Not. Know. Me.

Last night, my family was sitting around when I pulled up a FB posting of an article from Cracked on my phone (why?  Because it was there, and we were between games of Uno).  The article was something like “Seven … Continue reading

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Just Like Starting Over

When I started out (which to my mind is always associated with college) I knew that I would be an academic, a journalist, or a thespian.  An academic because, well, that’s what both of my parents were.  A journalist?  Well, … Continue reading

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Sometimes the Frying Pan is as bad as the Fire…

Dahlia Lithwick, right as usual.

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Black, White, and Shades of Gray: Thoughts on Abortion

Some readers of my “state rape” post of a couple of weeks ago might conclude that I am frothingly pro-choice.  I’m not.  Some readers who see that statement will immediately think that I’m pro-life.  I’m not. At least, not as … Continue reading

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