Court rules on affirmative action, student loans Continue reading SCOTUS targets education
On this, the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, The New York Times has published a must-see article entitled “Early Abortion Looks Nothing Like You’ve Been Told.” I implore you to read it and to share it widely. Pay special attention to the photos of a truth that pro-lifers choose to ignore, to lie about, … Continue reading This is what early abortion looks like
Yesterday Kansas voters said it loud and clear: Women are people, too, and their right to abortion shall not be infringed! By a decisive margin yesterday, Kansas voters rejected a measure that would have changed their state’s constitution to say it does not guarantee the right to abortion. Late last night the vote count was … Continue reading Way to go, Kansas!
I hadn’t heard this song for a few years but blooper0223 has it on her blog this morning as a fight song for all of us against Supreme Court rulings that have run off the rails. More specifically, of course, it’s a fight song, an anthem, for women across the country who have been deprived … Continue reading I might only have one match …
From Slate: June 30, 2022: Consider the issues that SCOTUS has resolved this term—the first full term with a 6–3 conservative supermajority. The constitutional right to abortion: gone. States’ ability to limit guns in public: gone. Tribal sovereignty against state intrusion: gone. Effective constraints around separation of church and state: gone. The bar on prayer in public schools: gone. Effective … Continue reading A horrible, no good, very bad Court