Monthly Archives: November 2014

I Want To Hear The President Speak

Tonight, the President of the United States will announce he’s taking executive action to change immigration policy because neither he nor our country can wait any longer for Congress to do something. Like their job. If you want to hear … Continue reading

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The Cult of Mommy and The Cult of the Fetus

If I were in charge of lay-out for the┬áNew York Times, I would have printed these articles on facing pages: Our ‘Mommy’ Problem Motherhood. Is it a private relationship between a parent and child, or something that gives just about … Continue reading

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What Comes Next: Advice from Simon Rosenberg

I’ve heard Simon Rosenberg speak twice now, and check in on his blog from time to time. Always weighty and thought-provoking. Trust me that I’m not giving anything away by excerpting the end of his post, which you should read … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on Battleground Texas

As expected, everybody’s going after Battleground Texas. Republicans, for sure, trying to make us give up. The media, too, who walk the line between wanting to be┬áimpartial and objective, but also wanting to sound like experts with the inside track … Continue reading

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