Category Archives: American war on women

Re North Korea: What if a woman were our president?

In two subsequent days, the New York Times published opinion pieces on how to handle North Korea from two highly knowledgeable, rational, profoundly intelligent and experienced women who comprehend the complexities in international relations, diplomacy and governance. First, How Trump … Continue reading

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Two states enact good and meaningful laws. The DOJ? Not

In a way they’re small laws, local laws. But in a way they are, as one headline reads, huge steps forward toward righteous protections for individuals. In the face of a federal government locked in a crazed demolition derby to … Continue reading

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“Libertarian” male lawyers in hysterical snit over “Democracy in Chains”

I just got back from a quick trip to Three Lives & Co–buoyed by an almond croissant eaten on the subway–to buy a book called Democracy in Chains, by Nancy MacLean, professor of history and public policy at Duke University. … Continue reading

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