Kavanaugh

Bias Robed In Black And No Is Not Enough

As some politicians in Washington seem to forget, women did not get the vote because they stood on the sidelines and asked nicely. Heck no, they marched, and chanted, and did what it took to convince the male establishment that they were serious, and it did not happen overnight, it took years.  “Be militant in […]

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And Fury Awakens The Feminine Mystique

Lying in bed last night tossing and turning in anger at the yea vote to the cloture of Kavanaugh, and the nasty cold that has not released it’s dang grip since last Sunday, and well beyond frustrated. Mucusy whizzing all week, coughing, tissues filled with snot filling bag after bag, and that was a blawdy […]

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Fear And Loathing Of Dirty Old White Men

Left in the midden piles of history we find the anguished statements of “I didn’t know, how could I know, how could we know”? In the course of lifetimes, and we forget the times that passed us by and we got lost in our desires, and our own self-preservation. Lost in the wind are those lessons […]

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When The Quiet Of One Is A Quieting Of All

I have a special interest in all this concerning Kavanaugh and his nomination to the highest court in the United States, well, three reasons. For one, I was born in America, even though I grew up in Canada. More so, I am the Great Granddaughter of a Judge who presided over a municipal court here […]

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