Tag Archives: voting rights

Voting rights: what the hell happened in Wisconsin?

This story from Mother Jones answers some of my furious questions about the 2016 election, especially in Wisconsin. How on earth did it happen? And it keeps me furiously focused on my obsession about voting rights. You know, the odd … Continue reading

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“Trump’s Crazy Choices for the Courts”

Source: Trump’s Crazy Choices for the Courts – The New York Times I put the title in quotes because it’s not me saying it. It’s a fine retired federal judge, Shira Scheindlin (Southern District of New York), writing in the … Continue reading

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Why I vote

Because I can. Because when my mom was born, my grandmother couldn’t vote and my mother came of voting age only a few years after women got the right to vote. Because it’s my privilege and my responsibility to support … Continue reading

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