Tag Archives: ann johnson

18 Days to Election Day

I’m attempting to post a brief meditation on the daily quote from my Election Day advent calendar. Today [Saturday 10/20] brings us: If voting changed anything, they’d make it illegal. Emma Goldman Now, I’m sympathetic to Emma Goldman, but clearly, … Continue reading

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26 Days to Election Day

A meditation on today’s quote from the Election Day Advent Calendar – radicals insert: I have long since come to believe that people never mean half of what they say, and that it is best to disregard their talk and … Continue reading

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I’m For You. Except When I’m Against You.

Sarah Davis is running a deceptive campaign for Texas House District 134. Her latest campaign mailer attempts to frame her as a champion for women’s health. She is not. During the last legislative session, Davis voted to gut family planning … Continue reading

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Ann Johnson is Pro-Choice, Sarah Davis is Not

I strongly encourage residents of Texas House District 134 to vote for Ann Johnson for state representative in the upcoming election. If women’s health, reproductive rights, and bodily integrity are important to you, Ann Johnson is the candidate who deserves … Continue reading

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Just Because You’re Not Fighting Doesn’t Mean There’s No War

I had things on my to-do list today, but feel that I must comment now on the article about Sarah Davis from Sunday’s Houston Chronicle to get it out of my system. Republican Rep. Sarah Davis discounts the Democrats’ idea of a GOP war on … Continue reading

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